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MUSNAD
IMAM AHMAD
BIN HANBAL
Hadith No. 1 to 1380
Abu Abdullah Ahmad bin Muhammad
bin Hanbal Ash-Shalbanl
(1 6 4 - 2 4 1 AH - 7 8 0 -8 5 5 C E >

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Nasiruddin Al-Khattab
Edited by
Huda Al-Khattab

DARUSSALAM

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Musnad
Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal o .)
Abu Abdullah Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Hanbal Ash-Shaibani
( 164-241 AH - 780-855 CE )

Volume 1. (Hadith 1 to 1380)
Ahadeeth Edited, Researched and Referenced by
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A Note from the Publisher......................................................................................

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Foreword.......................................................................................................................................

13

Brief Biography of Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal (ate).......... ...........................................

16

Name and lineage............................................. ............................................. ..............

16

His study of hadeeth and his shaykhs........................................................................

16

His narration of hadeeth and fahvas ............................................................................

17

His testing (mihrtah) concerning the issue of whether the Qur'an was
created................................................................................................................................

17

His methodology in issuing fatwas ............................................. ..............................

10

His shaykhs and those who learned from him ......................................................

20

His death............................................................................................................................

20

Eulogies and testimony of the scholars concerning h im .....................................

21

Musnad Abu Bakr Siddeeq 4* [1/2]..................................................................................

23

Musnad 'Umar bin Al-Khattab 4 .....................................................................................

71

The hadeeth of as-Saqeefah..............................................................................
Musnad 'Uthman bin 'Affan

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Musnad Ali Ibn Abi Talib 4 [ l / 2 j......................................................................................

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233
303

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One of the noblest and the most important aims of
Darussalam is to publish books of hadeeths (Prophetic
narrations). From the very first day of its inception,
Darussalam desired to publish translations of books of
hadeeths along with translations of the meanings of the
Qur'an in important languages of the world.
By the grace of Allah, Darussalam has completed
twenty-five years and during these long years, we have
published, by the grace of Allah, as many as fourteen
hundred books. We started with Riyadhus-Saliheen,
which we translated into English and other languages,
followed by Bulughul-Maram. Then we published, in
quick succession, English translations of the six canonical
books of hadeeths (Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawood,
At-Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah and An-Nasa'i) in 38 volumes
- a momentous and pioneering achievement admired
by lovers of hadeeths worldwide. This was a unique
achievement in Islamic history in that this was the first
time the six canonical books of hadeeths were published
along with their English translations.
The four Sunan books (Abu Dawood, At-Tirmidhi,
Ibn Majah and An-Nasa'i) were also documented,
referenced, graded and accompanied by footnotes (where
necessary).
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In the meantime, many a friend of mine asked me to publish the
English translation of Musnad Imam Ahmad, the largest collection of
hndeeths. In fact, I had already pledged to Allah that if I stayed longer in
Saudi Arabia, 1 would surely undertake this work as soon as 1 got a chance
to do it. The Musnad of Imam Ahmad is a reliable and authoritative work
containing over twenty seven thousand (27,000) hadectht. The execution of
this project was no easy task. In fact, the project exceeded our resources but
we relied on Allah and started the work.
'1 he most important part of this work was to research, document,
reference, and authenticate the Arabic text of Musnad Ahmad. To this
end, we formed a committee of eminent hadccth scholars in Pakistan, who
prepared a methodology to fulfill the task after prolonged consultations. Of
special note among these scholars are Shaikh Irshadul-Haq Athari, Hafiz
Mas'ood ' Alam, and Hafiz Muhammad Sharif. Under the supervision
of these distinguished scholars an eight-member committee drawn from
the hadccth section of the Lahore branch of Darussalam Research Centre
set about researching, referencing and authenticating the text of Imam
Ahmad's Musnad and finally completed this task, by the grace of Allah.
*

The following are the distinctive features of this momentous work:

*

The words of the Prophet have been highlighted within brackets.

-*

Each hadceth is accompanied by a commentary determining its degree
of authenticity, i.e., detailing whether it is authentic, weak, and so on.

■ We have specified and referenced which narrations of the Musnad are
also found in Al-Bukhari and Muslim.
“

1° authenticate the text further, wc have compared the texts of hadccth?
as found in Ai-Mawsoo'atul-Hndre/Myyah researched and published
in 45 volumes by Mu'assasatur-Risalah with those of the Maimaniyyah
manuscript - the oldest manuscript, and one highly esteemed by
scholars - as well as with other authoritative versions. In the course
of our authentication, we identified volume and page numbers of the
Maimaniyyah manuscript and specified where and in what wav the
Maimaniyyah manuscript differs from our version, in footnotes.

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• The verses of the Qur'an occurring in the texts of hadeeths have been
placed within decorative brackets and referenced.
• Each hadeeth is accompanied by words, raji' (refer) and unzur (see)
followed by hadeeth numbers indicating where that particular hadeeth
has already occurred and where it will occur again.
• Another distinctive mark of the Darussalam version setting it apart
from other current versions is that we have identified Ziyadat (the
additional hadeeth which Imam Ahmad's son, Abdullah, narrated
from persons other than his father) and Wijadat (Lhe imdeeth which
Imam Ahmad collected and wrote from other sources), by moans of
special signs preceding the hadeeth number. Moreover, we have also
identified the narrations jointly shared by Imam Ahmad and his
teacher or some other narrator.
Those signs are:
• the sign indicating Ziyadat
• the sign indicating Wijadat
• The sign indicating narrations jointly shared by Imam Ahmad and his
teacher or any other narrator.
• Points and pauses (symbols of stops or rttmooz wnqj) have been given
according to the specific style of writing (mntiimj khatti) followed by
Darussalam.
The scholars who contributed to the completion of this great project
are Shaikh Khalid bin Basheer, Shaikh Qari Khubaib Ahmad, Shaikh
Uthman Muneeb, Shaikh Hafiz Muhammad Asif Iqbal, Shaikh Mukhtar
Ahmad Ziya', Shaikh Ghulam Murtaza, Shaikh Abdur-Ra'oof, and Shaikh
Muhammad Ibrahim. They deserve thanks on behalf of Darussalam and
the readers in general and we ask Allah to reward them for their efforts,
Ameeu. Mention should also be made of Hafiz Abdul-Azeem Asad, the
Director of the Lahore branch of Darussalam, and his team of devoted
workers. Without their untiring efforts, this project could not have seen the
light of day. 1am indebted to all the people who contributed one way or the
other to the completion of this monumental and blessed project.
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The English translation of this book of hndeeths was, no doubt a
difficult and laborious task which was undertaken by Br. Nasir Khattab,
a resident of Canada, who has been affiliated to the Darussalam Research
Center for the past eighteen years. Translating hndeeths of the Prophet is a
highly sensitive matter and no easy job, and Br. Nasir Khattab, with his
extensive experience in this field, having already translated several books
of hndeeths into English, fulfilled the task to the best of his ability. The
editing was done by Sister Huda Khattab, who completed her part of the
job with great diligence and devotion.
At present, in the first stage of the project, we are publishing the first
three volumes of Musnad Ahmad. In the following three or four years we
hope to complete, Allah willing, the entire project, numbering about 18
volumes in all. We have tried our best to translate the hndeeths in a simple,
easy to understand language because our aim is to reach as large a number
of people as possible. Our prayer is that they benefit by it and practice what
they learn.
We ask Allah to make this collection of hndeeths, which is the most
comprehensive of its kind, an invaluable asset for the Unwmh, a means of
their salvation in the Hereafter, and count it among our good deeds on the
Day of Judgment. Ameen.

Abdul-Malik Mujahid
Servant of the Qur'an and Sunnnh
Managing Director, Darussalam,
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
May 2012.

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by Shaikh Salih bin Abdul-Aziz
bin Muhammad A1 ash-Shaikh

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raise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and
blessings and peace be upon the noblest of the
Prophets and Messengers, the Chosen Prophet and
Messenger,

Muhammad bin 'Abdullah, through

whose call Allah brought hearts to life and through
which He illuminated the path for the seekers, and
upon his family and Companions, blessings and peace
as long as night and day alternate.

Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, chose from among His slaves
the best of the scholars and gave them the special mission of conveying the
Prophet's Sunnah. He made them a means of preserving it, in confirmation
of the hadeeth of the Prophet -M:
"This knowledge will be carried and conveyed by the most upright,
who will protect it against the distortions of those who go to extremes, the
efforts of those who seek to fabricate lies and the misinterpretation of the
ignorant."
It is by His grace to this Ummah (Muslim nation) that He has preserved
its religion; to Him be praise for the greatness of His blessings. First
and foremost among these upright scholars are the noble Companions
(Sahabah), who learned the Revelation from the lips of the Messenger
of Allah M and they learned his Sunnah directly from him without any
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intermediary; then they conveyed it in a precise and accurate mannertfc
those who came after them of the Followers (Tabi’een). Then the Tnbi’een
transmitted it to those who came after them, until there came the time of
writing down and documenting, when the Imams of hndeeth compiled the
books known as Jami's, Musnads and Sunans, out of keenness to preserve
the narrations of the Messenger of Allah %. They did not omit anything
that had been transmitted from the Prophet ^ but they recorded it, paying
a great deal of attention to finding out about the narrators of the hmhvtii, so
as to distinguish and highlight those Imleeths that had been narrated with
Sailed! istmds (sound chains of narrators).
One of the greatest compilations of the sunnalt and books of Itndedh
is the Musnad by Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal, which is organised into
compilations of the hndeeths narrated by each Companion (Salmbi), starting
with the 'asharah mubashsharah ("the ten who were promised Paradise").
This highlights their status and the efforts they made to preserve the
hndeetlis of the Messenger of Allah *&.
The scholars and inuhaddiths praised the Musnad of Imam Ahmad,
Al-Hafiz Abu Moosa al-Madeeni wrote a book in which he highlighted
the great features of the Musnad. In his book he said: "This book is an
important source and trustworthy reference for the scholars of hadeeth,
as he (Imam Ahmad) selected from the large number of lindeeths he came
across and the plentiful reports he heard, and he put a great deal of effort
into making it a prominent, leading and reliable source. When disputing an
issue, it is a refuge and a source of help."
Then he (al-Madeeni) narrated a report with his chain of narrators
going back to Abdullah bin Ahmad bin Hanbal, according to which he
said; "I said to my father (£&): 'Why were you reluctant to write any books,
but you compiled the Musnad?' He said: 'I compiled this book to be a
reference; if people differ concerning the Suntmh of the Messenger of Allah
S?/ thev may refer to it/"
Ai-Hafiz Ibn Katheor said in Ikhtisar 'Uloomil-HotMj: "... In the
Musnad of Imam Ahmad there are a great many istmds and texts that are
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very much at the level of the luuieeths of Muslim and even those of alBukhari too, but they are not to be found in their books or one of them, and
in fact were not narrated by any of the authors of the four books, namely
Abu Da wood, at-Tirmidhi, aivNasa'i and lbn Majah."
Shaikh Ahmad Shakir said, commenting on the words of lbn Katheer in
al-Ba'ithul-Hafheeth: "The Musnad by Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal is, in our
view, the greatest compilation of Surmnh; it contains many Saheeh InnU’clh^
that are not narrated in any of the six books, as al-Hafiz lbn Katheer said/'
As the Musnad of Imam Ahmad is held in such high esteem by the
scholars of hndcrth, our brothers at Darussalam Publishers have undertaken
to translate it into English. This is a very beneficial project that will
contribute to conveying the Sitnrmh of the Prophet >?, to speakers of that
language and highlight the great efforts made by the Imams of Islam to
preserve and protect the Sunmih.
I. ask Allah, may He be glorified and exalted, to bless these efforts and
raise the banner of the Summit and of Islam, and to help us to obey and fear
Him.
May Allah send blessings and peace upon our Prophet Muhammad
and his family and Companions.

Minister of Islamic Affairs,
Endowments, Call and Guidance
Saudi Arabia
Salih bin Abdul-Aziz bin Muhammad A1 ash-Shaikh

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Brief

of Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal (^')
A u th o r of al-M usnad (164-241 A H )

N am e and lineage
He is the Shaikhul-Islam, one of the prominent scholars, Ahmad bin
Muhammad bin Hanbal ash-Shaibani. He was originally from Baghdad.
His grandfather Hanbal was one of the supporters of the Abbasid cause,
and was the governor of Sarkhas during the Lhnayyad period. His father
Muhammad was a soldier. His tribe was Shaiban, which was known for
courage and chivalry. Imam Ahmad was descended from a pure Arabic
lineage that coincided with the lineage of the Prophet & in Nizar bin
Ma'dd bin 'Adnan, from (the clan of) Bakr bin Wadi. His mother was
Efiyyah bint Maimoonah, who was also from the tribe of Shaiban, from
the clan of Banu 'Amir,
Imam Ahmad was born and raised in Baghdad. He was born in
Rabee'ubAwwal 1.64 AH. His father Muhammad died young at the age of
thirty, and Imam Ahmad was raised as an orphan, which is the reason why
he learned to be self-reliant from childhood.

H is stu d y of hadeeth and his shaikhs
When he finished his primary education (the kuttnb) and reached
the age of fourteen, he began to attend study circles at a higher level of
education (in the dccwcm). Then he began to focus on studying Imdccth in
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179 AH. First of all he studied with Imam Abu Yoosuf al-Qadi. He missed
out on studying with Ibnul-Mubarak when he came to Baghdad (he did
not meet him because Ibnul-Mubarak had already departed on a campaign
against the Byzantines). And he remained close to Hushaim bin Basheer
until the latter died (183 AH). In this study circle he also heard of the death
of Imam Malik. Then he went to Koofah where he became famous as an
authority on reports narrated from Hushaim. He memorised all the hooks
of Wakee', and was held in high esteem by Imam Wakee'. He left for Basrah
in 186 AH, where he wrote down three hundred thousand hadeeths from
Bahz bin Asad (d.197 AH) and 'Affan (d.220 AH).The narrator said: 1 think
he said: and Rawh bin 'Ubadah (d.205 AH). He travelled to the Hijaz in
191 AH and returned to Basrah in 194 AH, where he attended the circle
of Sa'ccd al-Qattan. Then he went to Wasit, where he learned from Imam
Yazeed bin Haroon. He returned to Makkah in 197 AH, where he led a
study circle in Masjicl al-Khaif and issued many fatwas there when Ibn
'Uyainah was still alive.

His narration of hadeeth and fatw as
By the time he reached his forties, in 204 AH, he was a prominent
figure in the fields of hadeeth and fa turns, and people began to travel to learn
from him. His last journey was in 209 AH, after which he did not leave
Baghdad until the time of the mihnah (testing) came.

His testing (mihnah) concernin g the
issue of w h ether the Q u r'a n w as created
Jmam Ahmad continued to narrate hadeeth and issue fatwas until 218
AH, when the caliph al-Ma'moon declared his view that the Qur'an was
created and issued orders that the scholars be tested concerning their
opinions on this issue. But Imam Ahmad remained steadfast in his view
that the Qur'an is the words of Allah and was not created. He was taken
to al-Ma'moon in chains, but when he reached ar-Raqqah, news came of
the death of al-Ma'moon (218 AH). He was succeeded by the caliph alMu'tasim, and Imam Ahmad remained in prison in Baghdad until the death
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of al-Mu'tasim in 227 AH. al-Mu'tasim was succeeded by al-Wathiq, who
revived the practice of testing scholars with regard to the issue of whether
the Qur'an was created. Imam Ahmad isolated himself from people and
stayed in his house, not going out to pray or for any other purpose, until
al-Wathiq died (232 AH). Two years after al-Mutawakkil became caliph, he
issued orders that the testing of scholars be stopped, and he began asking
the scholars of Imdeeth to come to Samarra' to hold study circles in which
they would teach hmiedh. Imam Ahmad came to Samarra' in 235 AH, but
al-Mutawakkil ordered him to go back to Baghdad.
Imam Ahmad had stopped teaching hndeeth since al-Wathiq became
caliph (225 AH approx.); he did not narrate any hatk’dh except to his two
sons. During this period he was free to narrate this great book, al-Musnad,
to his two sons, Salih and 'Abdullah, and his paternal cousin Hanhal bin
Ishaq, between the years 225-227 AH. It is known that no one heard the
Musnad in its entirety except these three.
In 227 AH, al-Mutawakkil summoned Imam Ahmad to Samarra'
again, but the Imam realised that he would be detained there (i.e., he would
be forced to remain in the city). He was distressed by that, hut as he had
no choice hut to go to him, he refused to buy a house or to teach hruhrth;
he had made a promise to Allah that he would not narrate any luiihvth
in complete form until he met Him, and he did not make an exception
from this promise even for his two sons. He began to wish for death; he
would say, clenching his fist: "If my soul were in my hands, I would have
released it," then he would open his fist. This does not mean that he gave
up completely on discussing issues of knowledge; rather he spent the rest
of his life discussing///]/;, reports and the biographies of narrators, until his
death. (Quoted from Tahqeeq al-Musnad, Introduction, P38-45).
Among the things he said when he was being tested during the uiilmah
was: "If the scholar remains silent on the grounds of dissimulation (tnqii/ynh),
and the ignorant do not know, when will the truth be manifested?"
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Imam ash-Shafi'i said: Ahmad bin Hanbal was a leading scholar in
many fields: in hndeeth, in fiqh, in Qur'an, in asceticism, in piety and in
knowledge of the Sunnnh."
'Abdul-Malik al-Maimooni used to say: ''My eyes never saw anyone
better than Ahmad bin Hanbal, and I have never seen anyone among the
scholars of hndeeth who shows more respect for the sacred limits of Allah
and the Sunnnh of His Prophet, if (a report) is proven to be saheeh. And 1
have never seen anyone more keen to follow (the Sunnnh) than him."
Al-Marwadhi said: "I said to Ahmad: 'How are you this morning?'
He said: 'How would anyone be whose Lord is demanding that he carry
out the obligatory duties, and his Prophet is demanding that he follow the
Sunuah, and the two angels are demanding that he mend his ways, and
his nafs is demanding that he follow its whims and desires, and Ibices
is demanding that he commit immoral actions, and the angel of death is
watching and waiting to take his soul, and his dependents are demanding
that he spend on their maintenance?'"

His m eth od ology in issuing fatw as
As he ( ^ ) said; "There is no choice but the Sunnnh and following
it. And analogy should only be based on comparing something to an
established principle (a precedent from the time of the Prophet

But to

come to the principle and demolish it and then say this is by analogy - on
what basis arc you making your analogy?" In other words, he ( & ) would
reject the idea of analogy and object to it if it was not based on a sound
proven precedent.
His respect for the scholars of hndeeth is reflected in the following
quotation from him: "Whoever holds the scholars of hndeeth in high esteem,
the Messenger of Allah (&) will hold him in high esteem; whoever looks
down on them will have no value in the eyes of the Messenger of Allah
(&), because the scholars of hndeeth are the most knowledgeable about the
way of the Messenger of Allah (£:)." From the comments of His Excellency
Dr. 'Abdullah bin 'Abdul-Muhsin at-Turki in Tahqeeq al-Musnad, p. 17-18.
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ibnul-Qayyim described the main foundation on which Imam Ahmad
based  ns fntwas: The texts (Qur'an and Summli), then the fntwns of the
Salmbaii, then selecting one of the views of the Snhnbnh if they differed, then
following a inursnj or da'eefUndecth (which in his view were valid and were
categories of hasan hadeeths). Then if he did not find any text concerning the
issue, or any opinion of the Sahabah or one of them, or anv mu ran) or rfa'ecf
report, he would resort to the fifth option, which is analogy, and ho would
use it when necessary.

His shaikhs and those w ho learned from him
His shaikhs numbered two hundred and eighty-odd, as was stated
by adh-Dhahabi, He listed sixtv-six people who learned from him, and he
referred to others when he said: And a great many others besides them
Siyar, 11/181). Then he mentioned his senior students who wrote down
from him numerous fa turns on various issues in many volumes, of whom
there were approximately fifty, including al-Marwadhi, abAthram, Ibn
H ani, al-Kawsaj, Abu Talib, his son Salih bin Ahmad and his brother, their
cousin 1Ianbal, Abu Dawood as-Sijistani and Isma'eel bin 'Umar as-Sijzi
a 1-Ha fix. Abu Bakr abKhallal narrated what these scholars had recorded
of the opinions and fa turns of Ahmad, and wrote about one hundred of
Ahmad's companions. (as-Siyar by adh-Dhahabi).

His death
He was ill for nine days, as al-Marwadhi said, and he died in the
morning on 12 Rabce'ul-Awwal 241 AH in Baghdad, where he was buried.
He was seventy-seven years old. His funeral was attended by many, as
'Abdul-Wahhab al-Warraq said: "We have never heard of a gathering like
it, in the Jahiliyyah or in Islam, The best estimate is one million mourners,
and we estimate that the number of women around the graves was sixty
thousand." It is through gatherings like this that truth is established,
as Imam ad-Daraqutni narrated from Sahl bin Ziyad, who said: I heard
'Abdullah bin Ahmad say: "I heard my father say: 'Say to the followers of
innovation: the judge between us and you is the day of funeral s '"
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Eulogies and testim ony of the scholars con cern ing him
An-Nawawi narrated in Tahdheebul-Asma' wal-Lughat, as did adhDhahabi in Siyar Alamun-Nubala', from Qutaibah bin Sa'eed that he
said: “When Ath-Thawri died, piety died; when ash-Shafi'i died, proper
adherence to the Sumwh died; when Ahmad died, innovation (fvil'nh)
emerged."
Ibn Ma'een said: "The people wanted us to be like Ahmad bin  ianbal.
No, by Allah! We are not as strong as Ahmad and we are not strong enough
to follow the way of Ahmad." Ahmad bin Hanbal baina mihnatid-Deen wa
mihnatid-Dunya, Ahmad ar-Roomi, p. 15.

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m en tio n ed his n am e and I
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milk in your sheep? He said: Yes. I
said: Will you milk some for me?
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came to the Messenger of Allah
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already woken up. I said: Drink, O
Messenger of Allah. He drank
until I was pleased, then I said; Is
it time to move on? So we moved
on and the people were coming
after us but none of them caught
up with us except Suraqah bin
Malik bin Ju'shum, who was
riding a horse of his. 1 said: O
Messenger of Allah, someone has
caught up with us. He said: "Do
not be afraid, for Allah is with us."
When he got close to us, and there
was no more between us and him
then the length of a spear or two
or th re e s p e a rs , I sa id : O
Messenger of Allah, this pursuer
has caught up with us; and I wept.
He said: "Why are you weeping?"
1 said; I am not weeping for
myself; rather I am weeping for
you. The Messenger of Allah
prayed against him [the pursuer]
and said: "O Allah, protect us
from him by whatever means You
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belly, and he fell off it. He said: O
Muhammad, I know that this is
because of you; pray to Allah to
save me from my predicament,
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Here is my quiver, take one arrow.
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was released, and he went back to
his companions. The Messenger of
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way until we came to Madinah,
where the people met him. They
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Allahu Akbar, the Messenger of
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'Abdul-Muttalib, to honour them
thereby." The next morning, he
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Muhajireen to come to us was
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Banu JAbdud-Dar. Then Ibn Umm
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was with him. Al-Bara' said: the
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4 . It was narrated from Abu Bakr
that the Prophet 3^ sent him
with Soorat Bara'ah (at-Tawbah) to
the people of Makkah, to say that
no mushrik should perform Hajj
after this year and no one should
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and Allah is free from (all)
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'Ali: "Go and catch up with him;
send Abu Bakr back to me and you
convey it." So he did that. And
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something the matter with me? He
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but I was instructed that no one
should convey it except me or a
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said: Ask Allah to keep you safe
and sound, for no one is given
anything better, after certainty of
faith, than well-being. And you
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inheritance from the Messenger of
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asking for his land at Fadak and his
share of Khaibar. Abu Bakr said to
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Allah ^ said: ''No miser, cheater,
traitor or person who mistreats his
slaves will enter Paradise. The first
to knock at the gates of Paradise
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said: No; rather his family (are his
heirs). She said: Where is the
share of the Messenger of Allah
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was shown what is to come of
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gathered in one place and the
people got terrified because of
tha t. They went to Adam
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O Adam, you are the father of
mankind and Allah, may He be
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as you. Go to your father after
your father, to Nooh, "Allah
chose Adam, Nooh (Noah), the
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the 'A lam een (mankind and jinn)
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Then they will go to Nooh
and will say: Intercede with your
Lord for us, for Allah chose you
and answered your supplication,
and He did not leave one of the
disbelievers on the Earth (cf.
71:26). He will say: I am not the
one you want; go to Ibraheem
for Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, took him as a close
friend (khaleel). So they will go to
Ibraheem but he will say: I am
not the one you want; go to
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Maryam, for he healed those bom
blind and the lepers, and he
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want; go to the leader of the sons
of Adam, for he is the first one for
whom the earth is split on the
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for you with your Lord, may He
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may He be glorified and exalted,
will say: Give him permission and
give him the glad tidings of
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he will fall down in prostration
for a week. Allah, may He be
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Raise your head, O Muhammad;
speak and you will be heard,
intercede and your intersession
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may He be glorified and exalted,
will say: 1 am the Most Merciful
of those who show mercy; 1 admit
to My Paradise anyone who does
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So they will enter Paradise. Then
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, will say: Look in Hell;
can you find anyone who ever
did anything good? And they will
find a man in Hell, and He will
say to him: Did you ever do
anything good? He will say: No,
except that I was easy-going with
people in buying and selling. And
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exalted, will say: Be easy-going
with My slave as he was easy­
going with My slaves. Then they
will bring a man out of Hell and
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do anything good? He will say:
No, except that 1 instructed my
sons: When I die, burn me with
fire, then grind me until I am like
kohl powder. Then take me to the
sea and scatter me in the wind,
for by Allah the Lord of the
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punish me. Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted, will say:
Why did you do that? He will
say: For fear of You. And Allah,
may He be glorified and exalted,
will say: Look at the kingdom of
the greatest king and you will
have the like thereof and ten
times as much. He will say: Are
You making fun of me when You
are the S overeign ? He (the
Prophet ^ 5) said: "That is what I
was smiling at, at the time of the
forenoon."
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1 6 . Qais said: Abu Bakr stood up
and praised and glorified Allah,
then he said: O people, you recite

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this verse: "O you who believe!
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you follow the (right) guidance..."
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interpret it properly. I heard the
Messenger of Allah gfe say: "If the
people see evil and do not change
it, soon Allah will send His
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where I am standing. Then Abu
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said: "Do not sever ties with one
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of M ad in ah . He cam e and
uncovered his face and kissed him,
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Muhammad ^ has died, by the
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the people. Abu Bakr spoke and
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that the Messenger of Allah i s
had said concerning them but he
mentioned it. And he said: You
know that the Messenger of Allah
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walk in one direction and the
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would walk in the direction of the
Ansar." I know, O Sa'd, that the
Messenger of Allah ^ said, when
you were sitting here: "Quraish
are to be in charge of this affair
(Islam), so the righteous people
are but followers of the righteous
of (Quraish), and the wrongdoers
am o n g the p eo p le are but
followers of the wrongdoers of
(Quraish)." Sa'd said to him: You
have spoken the truth: we are
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1 9 , It was narrated that Talhah
bin 'Abdullah bin 'Abdur-Rahman
bin Abi Bakr as-Siddeeq said: 1
heard my father say that his father
heard Abu Bakr saying: I said to
the Messenger of Allah *&;: O
Messenger of Allah, are we striving
for something that has already been
decided or is it something to be
decided as events unfold? He said:
"Rather it is for something that has
already been decided." I said: So
why should we strive, O Messenger
of Allah? He said: "Each person
will be enabled to do that for which
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said: A man among the Ansar
who was a man of knowledge
told me that he heard 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (may Allah have mercy
on him) narrate that some of the
Companions of the Prophet
when the Prophet ^
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grieved so much that some of
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Whilst I was sitting in the shade
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me and greeted me, and I did not
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and they both greeted me. Then
Abu Bakr said: Your brother
'Umar came to me and told me
that he passed by you and
greeted you but you did not
return his greeting; what made
you do that? I said: I did not do
that. 'Umar said: Yes, by Allah,
you did that, but you have too
much pride, O Banu Umayyah. I
said: By Allah, I did not realise
that you had passed me or
greeted me. Abu Bakr said:
'Uthman is telling the truth; is
something bothering you? I said:
Yes. He said: What is it? 'Uthman
said: Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, has caused His
Prophet ifeg to die before we could
ask him how we can save
ourselves. Abu Bakr said: I asked
him about that. ['Uthman] said: I
went to him and said: May my
father and mother be sacrificed
for you, you were more deserving
to ask it. Abu Bakr said: 1 said: O
M essenger of Allah, what is
salvation? The Messenger of Allah
said: "Whoever accepts this
word from me that I asked my
uncle to say but he rejected it, it is
salvation for him."
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appointed in charge of any affairs
of the Muslims and appoints over
them anyone by way of favouritism,
the curse of Allah be upon him and
Allah will not accept any obligatory
or n afi prayer from him until he
admits him to Hell. And whoever
allows anyone to transgress the
sacred limits set by Allah has
transgressed the sacred limits of
Allah unlawfully, and on him will
be the curse of Allah and Allah will
forsake him."
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2 2 . It was narrated that Abu Bakr
as-Siddeeq said: The Messenger of
Allah fe said: "I have been granted
seventy thousand who will enter
Paradise without being brought to
account; their faces will be like the
moon on the night when it is full
and their hearts will be as the heart
of one man. 1 asked my Lord, may
He be glorified and exalted, for more
and He gave me more, with each one
another seventy thousand." Abu
Bakr as-Siddeeq said: I thought that
that referred to the people living in
towns and included some of those
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2 3 . It was narrated that Ibn
Umar said: I heard Abu Bakr say:
The Messenger of Allah
said:
"Whoever does an evil deed will
be requited for it in this world/'
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2 4 . 'Uthman bin 'Affan narrated
that when the Messenger of Allah
3^5 died, some of the Companions
of the Prophet
grieved for him
so much that they were almost
unaware of what was going on
around them. 'Uthman said: I was
one of them... and he narrated a
hadeeth similar to that of AbulYaman from Shu'aib.
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that 'A'ishah, the wife of the
Prophet jjfe, told him that Fatimah,
the daughter of the Messenger of
Allah
asked Abu Bakr, after the
death of the Messenger of Allah
to give her her share of inheritance
from that which the Messenger of
Allah
had left behind, of the f a i
that Allah had bestowed upon
him. Abu Bakr said to her: The
Messenger of Allah
said: "Our
(Prophets') property is not to be
inherited and whatever we leave
behind is charity." Fatimah (s®)
got angry and kept away from Abu
Bakr
and she continued to do so
until she died. Fatimah lived for six
months after the Messenger of
Allah
and she used to ask Abu
Bakr for her share of that which the
Messenger of Allah
had left
behind of Khaibar and Fadak, and
his charitable endowments in
Madinah, but Abu Bakr refused to
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Messenger of Allah 3^ and were
spent on his responsibilities and on
emergencies. They were to be cared
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this remains the case until today.
Comments:[Its isnad is saheeh, al-Bukf i (3092) and Muslim (1759)]
2 6 . It was narrated from 'A'ishah
that she recited this line of poetry
when Abu Bakr was dying:
A white man by whose face rain
may be sought, a refuge for orphans
and protection for widows.
Abu Bakr said: By Allah, that refers
to the Messenger of Allah 3fe.

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2 7 . Ibn Juraij said: My father told
me that the Companions of the
Prophet ^ did not know where
to bury the Prophet 3& until Abu
Bakr said: I heard the Messenger
of Allah 3jfe say: "A Prophet is not
to be buried except where he
died." So they removed his bed
and dug a grave for him beneath
his bed.

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because of other isn ads; this isn ad
is d a ’e e f because it is m unqnti'
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2 8 . It was narrated from Abu
Bakr as-Siddeeq that he said to
the Messenger of Allah 5&; Teach
me a d u a ’ that I may say in my
prayer. He said: "Say: O Allah, I
have wronged myself greatly and
no one forgives sins except You,
so grant me forgiveness from You
and have mercy on me, for You
are the O ft-Forgivin g, Most
Merciful."
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Abu Bakr stood up and praised
and glorified Allah, then he said: O
people, you recite this verse: "O
you who believe! Take care of your
ownselves..." [al-Ma'idah 5:105]
until he reached the end of the
verse. But if the people see an
evildoer and do not stop him, soon
Allah will send His punishment
upon them all. But I heard the
Messenger of Allah ig say: "If the
people..." And on another occasion
he said: We heard the Messenger of
Allah...

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3 0 . It was narrated that Abu Bakr
as-Siddeeq said: O people, you recite
this verse: "O you who believe! Take
care of your ownselves. If you follow
the (right) guidance [and enjoin what
is right (Islamic Monotheism and

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all that Islam orders one to do) and
forbid what is wrong (polytheism/
disbelief and all that Islam has
forbidden)] no hurt can come to
you from those who are in error"
[al-Ma'idah 5:105]. I heard the
Messenger of Allah sfe say: "If the
people see an evildoer and do not
stop him, soon Allah will send His
punishment upon them all."

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3 1 . It was narrated from Farqad
as-Sabakhi and 'A ffan said:
Hammam told us: Farqad told us
from Murrah at-Tayyib from Abu
Bakr as-Siddeeq that the Prophet
said: "No one who mistreats
his slaves will enter Paradise."

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Huraith that Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq
recovered from a sickness and went
out to the people. He apologised for
something and said: We did not
intend anything but good. Then he
said: The Messenger of Allah %
told us: "The Dajjal will emerge

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(weak) because of the weakness
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3 2 . It was narrated from Farqad
as-Sabakhi from Murrah at-Tayyib
from Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq that the
Prophet Safe said: "No one will
enter Paradise who is treacherous,
miserly, reminds people of his
favours or mistreats his slaves.
The first to enter Paradise will be
the slave, if he obeys Allah and
obeys his master."
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the previous hadeeth]

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from a land in the East called
Khurasan and he will be followed
by people with faces like hammered
shields/'

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3 4 . It was narrated that Yazeed
bin Khumair said; I heard Sulaim
bin 'Amir, a man from Homs who
met the Com panions of the
Messenger of Allah 3^ , say - on
one occasion he said: I heard
Awsat al-Bajali narrate from Abu
Bakr as-Siddeeq 4*, he said: I heard
him addressing the people - and
on another occasion he said: when
he was appointed as caliph - he
said: The Messenger of Allah 3^
stood last year w here I am
standing. Abu Bakr wept and
said: "I ask Allah for pardon and
well-being, for people are never
given anything, after certainty of
faith, that is better than well being.
You should be truthful, for it leads
to Paradise, and beware of lying,
for it goes with immorality, and
they lead to Hell. Do not sever ties
with one another, do not hate one
another, do not envy one another,
do not turn your backs on one
another; be brothers, as Allah, may
He be glorified and exalted, has
enjoined you."

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3 5 . It was narrated from 'Asim
from Zirr from 'Abdullah that Abu
Bakr and 'Umar gave him the glad
tidings that the Messenger of Allah
said: "Whoever would like to recite
the Qur'an fresh as it was revealed,

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3 6 . 'Umar bin al-Khattab narrated
that the Prophet
said.,, a similar
report, in which he said: crisp or
fresh.

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3 7 , It w as n a r r a t e d fro m
Muhammad bin Jubair bin Mut'im
that 'Uthman said: I wish that I had
asked the Messenger of Allah
what would save us from what the
S h a itan whispers into our hearts.
Abu Bakr said: I asked him about
that and he said: "What can save you
from that is to say what I told my
uncle to say but he did not say it."

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that Abu Bakr & addressed the
people and said: The Messenger of
Allah sg said: "O people, the
people are not given anything
better in this world than certainty
of faith and well-being, so ask
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, for them."
Comments: [S aheeh lighairihi and its
i s n a d is d a ' e e f because it is
interrupted]

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3 9 . It was narrated that Ibn/Abbas
said: When they wanted to dig a
grave for the Messenger of Allah
Abu 'Ubaidah bin al-Jarrah used to
dig graves in the manner of the
people of Makkah and Abu Talhah
Zaid bin Sahl used to dig graves for
the people of Madinah, and he
would make a niche in the side of
the grave. AI-'Abbas called two
men and said to one of them, Go to
Abu 'Ubaidah; and to the other he
said, Go to Abu Talhah. O Allah,
choose for Your Messenger. The
one who had been sent to Abu
Talhah found him, so he came and
dug a grave with a niche in its side
for the Messenger of Allah £3 .
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4 0 . 'Uqbah bin al-Harith said: I
went out with Abu Bakr &
following 'Asr prayer a few days
after the death of the Prophet
and 'Ali && was walking beside
him. He passed by al-Hasan bin
'Ali who was playing with some
boys. Abu Bakr
carried him on
his shoulder, saying: May my
father be sacrificed for him, the
one who looks like the Prophet £&
and does not look like 'Ali. He
said: And 'Ali smiled.

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4 1 . It was narrated from Jabir
from 'Abdur-Rahman bin Abza
that Abu Bakr said: I was sitting
with the Prophet jgg when Ma'iz
bin Malik came and confessed (to

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adultery) in his presence once, and
he sent him away. Then he came
and admitted it in his presence a
second time and he sent him away.
Then he came and admitted it in
his presence a third time and he
sent him away. I said to him: If you
confess a fourth time, he will stone
you. Then he admitted it the fourth
time, so he detained him and asked
about him, and they said: We do
not know anything but good about
him. Then he ordered that he be
stoned.

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Jabir al-Ju'fi].

42. It was narrated that Rafi' atTa'i, Abu B akr's com panion
during the campaign of as-Salasil,
said: I asked him about how they
came to swear allegiance to Abu
Bakr 4* and he said - when telling
him about what the Ansar said and
what Abu Bakr 4&said to them and
what "Umar bin al-Khattab 4& said
to the Ansar when he reminded
them that he had led them in
prayer on the instructions of the
Messenger of Allah
when he
was sick: They swore allegiance to
me because of that and I accepted it
from them, but I was concerned
that there would be turmoil that
would lead to apostasy.

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43. It was narrated from Wahshi
bin Harb that Abu Bakr 4 =
appointed Khalid bin al-Waleed as
commander to fight the apostates
and he said: I heard the Messenger
of Allah
say: "What a good

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slave of Allah and member of the
tribe Khalid bin al-Waleed is! [He
is] one of the swords of Allah that
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, has unsheathed against
disbelievers and hypocrites/'
C om m ents: [A h a d e e t h s a h e e h
because of corroborating evidence;
this is a d a'eef isnad ]

4 4 . Mu'awiyah bin Salih narrated
from Sulaim bin 'Amir al-Kala'i,
that Awsat bin 'Amr said: I came to
Madinah one year after the death
of the Messenger of Allah sg and I
found Abu Bakr addressing the
people. He said: The Messenger of
Allah
stood before us last year...
and he wept and struggled to speak
three times, then he said: O people,
ask Allah for well-being, for no one
is given, after certainty of faith,
anything like well being and
nothing worse than doubt after
disbelief. You should be truthful, for
it guides to righteousness and they
lead to Paradise. Beware of lying,
for it guides to immorality and they
both lead to Hell.

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4 5 . Muhammad bin Muyassar
Abu Sa'd as-Saghani al-Makfoof
narrated: Hisham bin 'Urwah
narrated to us from his father that
'A'ishah said: When Abu Bakr
was dying, he said: What day is
it? They said: Monday. He said: If
1 die tonight, do not wait until

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50

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tomoruiw to bury me, for the
dearest of days and nights to me
is that which is closest to the
Messenger of Allah sgjjc.

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Comments: [Its isnad is weak because of the weakness of Muhammad bin
Muyassar],
4 6 . It was narrated that Abu
'Ubaidah said: Abu Bakr & stood
up, one year after the death of the
Messenger of Allah
and said:
The Messenger of Allah gg stood
where 1 am standing last year and
said: "Ask Allah for well being,
for no one is given anything
better than well-being. And you
should be truthful and righteous,
for they lead to Paradise. Beware
of lying and immorality, for they
lead to Hell."

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is n a d is weak because it is
interrupted]
4 7 . ' Ali 4 =said: If I heard something
from the Messenger of Allah ^5,
Allah would benefit me thereby as
He willed. Abu Bakr told me - and
Abu Bakr spoke the truth - he said:
The Messenger of Allah
said:
"There is no Muslim who commits
a sin then does w u d o o ' and prays
two r a k ’ah s then asks Allah for
forgiveness for that sin, but He will
forgive him." And he recited these
two verses: "And whoever does
evil or wrongs himself but after­
wards seeks Allah's forgiveness, he
will find Allah Oft-Forgiving, Most
Merciful" [an-Nisa' 4:110]
"And those who, when they have
committed Fahishah (illegal sexual

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intercourse) or wronged themselves
with evil, remember Allah and ask
forgiveness for their sins; - and none
can forgive sins but Allah - and do
not persist in what (wrong) they
have done, while they know" [A1
'Imran 3:135]

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Comments: [Its isrnd is saheeh]
4 8 . Shu'bah said: 1 heard 'LJthman
from the family of Abu 'Aqeel athThaqafi say - -but he said: Shu'bah
said: And he recited one of these
two verses: "whosoever works evil,
will have the recompense thereof"
[an-Nisa' 4:110] or "And those who,
when they have committed Fahishah
(illegal sexual intercourse)..." [Al
'Imran 3:135],

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4 9 . 'LJmar said: Abu Bakr 4 ,
ad d ressed us and said : The
Messenger of Allah
stood among
us last year and said: "Nothing is
shared out among the people that
is better than well-being after
certainty of faith. Verily, truth­
fulness and righteousness lead to
Paradise and verily lying and
immorality lead to Hell."
Comments:[Sfl/rec/i lig h airih i. Its
isrtad is d a ' e e f because it is
interrupted]
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5 0 . Al-Bara' said: When the
Messenger of Allah igg came from
Makkah to Madinah, the Messenger
of Allah
got thirsty. They passed
by a herd of sheep. Abu Bakr asSiddeeq said: I took a cup and

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milked a cupful of milk for the
Messenger of Allah . I brought it
to him and he drank until I was
pleased.
Comments:[Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (3908) and Muslim
(2009)]
5 1 . Abu Hurairah said: Abu Bakr
said: O Messenger of Allah, teach
me something that I may say in
the morning and in the evening
and when I go to bed. He said:
''Say: O Allah, Creator of the
heavens and the earth, Knower of
the unseen and the seen - or he
said: O Allah, Knower of the
unseen and the seen, Creator of
the heavens and the earth - Lord
and Sovereign of all things, I bear
witness that there is no god but
You; I seek refuge in You from
the evil of my own self and the
evil of the Shaitan and the shirk to
which he calls people."

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Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh]
5 2 . It was narrated that Ya'la bin
'Ata' said: I heard 'Amr bin 'Asim
bin 'Abdullah... a similar report.

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5 3 . It was narrated from Abu Bakr
as-Siddeeq that he delivered a
khutbah and said: O people, you
recite this verse but you quote it
inappropriately: "O you who
believe! Take care of your ownselves. If you follow the (right)
guidance [and enjoin what is right
(Islamic Monotheism and all that

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Islam orders one to do) and forbid
what is wrong (polytheism, disbelief
and all that Islam has forbidden)] no
hurt can come to you from those who
are in error" [al-Ma'idah 5:105]. I
heard the Messenger of Allah
say:
"If the people see evil and do not
denounce it, soon Allah will send
His punishment upon them all."

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5 4 . It was narrated that Abu
Barzah al-Aslami said: A man
spoke harshly to Abu Bakr asSiddeeq &>. Abu Barzah said: Shall
I strike his neck? He [Abu Bakr]
rebuked him and said: That is not
for any one after the Messenger of
Allah 3^,

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bin az-Zubair that 'A'ishah the
wife of the Prophet
told him:
Fatim ah the daughter of the
Messenger of Allah ^ sent word to
Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq &>, asking for
her inheritance from the Messenger
of Allah
of the fa V that Allah
had granted to him in Madinah
and Fadak, and what was left of
the k h u m u s of Khaibar. Abu Bakr
said: The Messenger of Allah
said: "We (Prophets) are not to be
inherited from and whatever we
leave behind is charity. Rather the
family of Muhammad may take
their provision from this wealth."
By Allah, I will not change any of
the charity of the Messenger of
Allah
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time of the Messenger of Allah
and I will do the same with it as the
Messenger of Allah ^ did. So Abu
Bakr refused to give anything of it
to Fatimah, and Fatimah was upset
with Abu Bakr because of that.
Abu Bakr said: By the One in
W hose hand is my soul, the
relatives of the Messenger of Allah
are dearer to me than my own
relativ es. As for the dispute
between me and you concerning
this wealth, I did not deviate from
the truth concerning them and I
will not leave anything that I saw
the Messenger of Allah
do but I
will do it the way he did it.

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5 6 . It was narrated that Asma' bin
[sic] al-Hakam al-Fazari said: I
heard 'Ali say: If I heard a hadeeth
from the Messenger of Allah
Allah benefited me as He willed
thereby. If someone else told me
something from him I would ask
him to swear, and if he swore I
would believe him. Abu Bakr told
me - and Abu Bakr told the truth that he heard the Prophet
say:
"There is no believer who commits
a sin, then does w udoo' and does it
well and prays two rak'ahs and
asks Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, for forgiveness but
Allah will forgive him." Then he
recited the verse: "And those who,
w hen they h av e co m m itted
FahishaJi (illegal sexual intercourse)
or wronged them selves...'" [A!
'Imran 3:135].
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh]

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5 7 . It was narrated that Zaid bin
Thabit said: Abu Bakr & sent (or
me when many of the people of
al-Yamamah were killed. Abu
Bakr said: O Zaid bin Thabit you
are a wise young man and we
trust you; you used to write down
the Revelation for the Messenger
of Allah
Seek out the Qur'an
and collect it.

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Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (4986)]
5 8 . It was narrated from 'A'ishah
that Fatimah and al-'Abbas came to
Abu Bakr, seeking their inheritance
from the Messenger of Allah 3ft. At
that time they were seeking his
land in Fadak and his share of
Khaibar. Abu Bakr said to them: I
heard the Messenger of Allah £3
say: "We (Prophets) are not to be
inherited from and whatever we
leave behind is charity. Rather the
family of Muhammad ift may take
their provision from this wealth/'
By Allah, I will not leave anything
that I saw the Messenger of Allah
5ft do with it but I will do it too.

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Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh, al-Bukhari (4035) and Muslim (1759)]
5 9 . It was narrated that Ibn Abi
Mulaikah said: It was said to Abu
Bakr: O kh aleefah (caliph) of Allah.
He said: I am the k h a le e fa h (lit.
successor) of the Messenger of Allah
aft and I am pleased with that.

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because it is interrupted]

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6 0 . It was narrated from Abu
Salamah that Fatimah said to Abu
Bakr: Who will inherit from you if
you die? He said: My children and
my wife. She said: Then why can't
we inherit from the Prophet jig? He
said: I heard the Prophet
say:
"The Prophet is not to be inherited
from /' But I will sponsor those
whom the Messenger of Allah ^
used to sponsor and I will spend on
those on whom the Messenger of
Allah 3% used to spend.
Comments: [Saheeh lighairihi ; Abu
Salamah did not meet Abu Bakr]

56

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6 1 . It was narrated from Abu
Barzah al-Aslami that he said: We
were with Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq
when he was conducting some
business of caliphate and he got
very angry with one of the
Muslims. When I saw that I said:
O k h a lec fa h of the Messenger of
Allah, shall I strike his neck?
When I mentioned killing him, he
changed the subject completely.
When we parted, Abu Bakr asSiddeeq sent word to me after
that and said: O Abu Barzah,
what did you say? I said: I have
forgotten what I said; remind me.
He said: Don't you remember
what you said? I said: No, by
Allah. He said: Do you remember,
when you saw me get angry with
that man, you said: Shall I strike
his neck, O k h a l e e f a h of the
Messenger of Allah? Don't you
remember that? Would you really
have done that? I said: Yes, by

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57

Allah. If you order me to do it
now, I will do it. He said: Woe to
you! By Allah, that is not for
anyone after Muhammad 3^.

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6 2 . Abu Bakr as-Siddeeq 4<= said:
The Messenger of Allah
said:
"The siw ak is purifying for the
mouth and pleasing to the Lord/'
Comments: [Saheeh lighairihi]

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6 3 . Abu Hurairah 4a said: Abu
Bakr said: O Messenger of Allah,
tell me something I may say in
the morning and in the evening.
He said: "Say: 'O Allah, Knower
of the unseen and the seen,
Creator of the heavens and the
earth, Lord and Sovereign of all
things, I bear witness that there is
no god but You, I seek refuge in
You from the evil of my own self
and the evil of the S h a itan and the
sh irk to which he calls/" And he
told him to say it in the morning
and in the evening and when
going to bed.

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6 4 . It was narrated that 'Abdullah
bin Abi Mulaikah said: It was said
to Abu Bakr: O k h a lee fa h of Allah.
He said: Rather [I am] the khaleefaJt
(lit. successor) of Muhammad jgg,
and I am pleased with that.

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58

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C om m ents: [Its is n a d is d a 'e e f
because it is interrupted]

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6 5 . It was narrated that Ibn Abi
Mulaikah said: The halter fell
from the hand of Abu Bakr asSiddeeq 4*. He struck the foreleg
of his she-camel to make her
kneel down, and they said to him:
Why did you not tell us to pass it
to you? He said: My beloved the
Messenger of Allah fi| instructed
me not to ask the people for
anything.

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isnad is da'eef]

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The Messenger of Allah fig stood
among us last year and said: "The
son of Adam has not been given
anything better than well-being,
so ask Allah for well-being. You
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by sharee'ah, and their reckoning is
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apostatized, 'Umar said to Abu
Bakr: Will you fight them when you
heard the Messenger of Allah
say
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and z a k a h , and I shall certainly
fight anyone who separates them.
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bin Abi Zuhair said: I was told
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of Allah, how could we be in a
good state after this verse: "It will
not be in accordance with your
desires (Muslims), nor those of the
people of the Scripture (Jews and
Christians), whosoever works evil,
will have the recompense thereof"
[an-N isa' 4:123]? Will we be
punished for every bad deed we
do? There Messenger of Allah gg
said: "May Allah forgive you, O
Abu Bakr, do you not fall sick? Do
you not get exhausted? Do you
not feel sad? Don't calamities
befall you?" He said: Of course.
He said: "That is the recompense
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70 . It was narrated that Abu Bakr
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of the S c rip tu r e (Jew s and
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Bakr
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will we receive recompense for
every bad deed we do? The
Messenger of Allah ^5 said: "May
Allah have mercy on you, O Abu
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befall you? This is the recompense
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7 2 . It was narrated from Anas bin
Malik that Abu Bakr wrote to them
saying: These are the types of
charity (z a k a h ) that the Messenger
of Allah 3^ made obligatory upon
the Muslims and which Allah, may
He be glorified and exalted,
enjoined upon the Messenger of
Allah jgj. Whoever among the
Muslims is asked to pay it in the
proper manner, let him give it;
whoever is asked for more than
that, let him not give it. For less
than twenty-five camels, for each
five, one sheep (should be given). If
the number reaches twenty-five,
then one she-camel in its second
year (should be given), up to
thirty-five. If there is no she-camel
in its second year, then a he-camel
in its third year (may be given). If
the number reaches thirty-six, then
a she-camel in its third year
(should be given), up to forty-five.
If the number reaches forty-six,
then a she-camel in its fourth year
that has been bred to a stallion
camel should be given, up to sixty.
If the number reaches sixty-one,
then a she-camel in its fifth year
(should be given), up to seventyfive. If the num ber reach es
seventy-six, then two she-camels in
their second year (should be
given), up to ninety. If the number
reaches ninety-one, then two shecamels in their fourth year that
have been bred to a stallion camel
should be g iv en , up to one
hundred and twenty. If the number
is more than one hundred and
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ages of the camels for z a k a h differ,
if what is due is a she-camel in its
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accepted from him and he should
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twenty dirhams. If what is due
from him is a she-camel in its
fourth year and he only has a shecamel in its fifth year, it should be
accepted from him and the z a k a h collector should give him back
twenty dirhams or two sheep. If
what is due from him is a shecamel in its fourth year, but he does
not have such a camel and he has a
she-camel in its third year, then it
should be accepted from him and
he should add to it two sheep, if
available, or twenty dirhams. If
what is due from him is a shecamel in its second year, but he
only has a he-camel in its third
year, then it should be accepted
from him and nothing should be
added to it. If he has only four
camels, no z a k a h is due unless the
owner wants to give it. With
regard to z a k a h on sheep in the
pasture, if there are forty sheep,
then one sheep is due as z a k a h , up
to one hundred and twenty sheep.
If there is one more than that, then
two sheep are due, up to two
hundred. If there is one more than
that, then three sheep are due, up
to three hundred. If there is one
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hundred sheep, one sheep is due.
No toothless or defective sheep
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man's flock is grazing, if it is one
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73* 'Abdur-Razzaq said: The
people of Makkah say: Ibn Juraij
learned the prayer from 'Ata' and
'A ta' learned it from Ibn azZubair and Ibn az-Zubair learned
it from Abu Bakr and Abu Bakr
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have never seen anyone who
prays better than Ibn Juraij.
C om m ents: [This is a report
praising Ibn Juraij and is not a
h a d e e t h ; this was stated by
Ahmad Shakir]
7 4 . It was narrated from Salim
from Ibn 'Umar that 'Umar said:
Hafsah bint 'Umar became the
widow of Khunais or Hudhaifah
bin Hudhafah - 'Abdur-Razzaq was
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Companions of the Prophet ^ who
were present at Badr, and he died
in Madinah. I met 'Uthman bin
'Affan and offered Hafsah to him
in marriage. I said: If you wish, I
will marry Hafsah to you. He said:
1 will think about it. A few days
passed, then he met me and said: I
do not want to get married at
present. 'Umar said: Then I met
Abu Bakr and I said: If you wish, I
will marry Hafsah the daughter of
'Umar to you. He did not give any
response to me, and I was more
u p se t w ith him th a n w ith
'Uthman. A few days passed, then
the Messenger of Allah
proposed marriage to her and he
gave her in marriage to him. Abu
Bakr met me and said: Perhaps
you felt upset with me when you
offered Hafsah to me in marriage
and I did not give you any
response? I said: Yes. He said:
N othing p reven ted me from
giving you an answer when you
offered her to me in marriage
except that I heard the Messenger
of Allah
mention her and I did
not want to disclose the private
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as-Siddeeq said: The Messenger of
Allah j&i; said: "No one who
m istreats his slaves will enter
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slaves and orphans? He said: "Yes,
so treat them kindly as you treat
your children and feed them from
what you eat." They said: What
could benefit us in this world, O
Messenger of Allah? He said: "A
good horse which you keep ready
for fighting for the sake of Allah and
a slave to take care of you. If he
prays (becomes Muslim), then he is
your brother, if he prays, then he is
your brother."

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7 6 . lbn as-Sabbaq said that Zaid
bin Thabit told him that Abu Bakr
sent for him to tell him that a
large number of people at alYamamah had been killed. He
found 'Umar with him and Abu
Bakr said: 'Umar has come to me
and told me that casualties were
heavy at al-Yamamah among the
Muslims who knew the Qur'an by
heart, and l a m afraid that more
heavy casualties may take place
among the Muslims who know
the Qur'an by heart on other
battlefields and a large part of the
Qur'an may be lost. 1 ['Umar]
think that you [Abu Bakr] should
issue instructions that the Qur'an
be collected. I said to 'Umar: How
can 1 do anything th at the
Messenger of Allah jg did not
do? He said: By Allah, it is a good
thing. And he kept urging me to
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not speaking. Abu Bakr said: You
are a wise young man and we
trust you. You used to write
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it. Zaid said: By Allah, if they had
ordered me to move a mountain,
that would not have been more
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the Qur'an. I said: How can you
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7 7 . It was narrated that Ibn 'Abbas
said: When the Messenger of Allah
3^5 died and Abu Bakr was
appointed as caliph, al-'Abbas
disputed with 'Ali concerning
some things that the Messenger of
Allah i s had left behind. Abu Bakr
said: It is something that the
Messenger of Allah % left the way
it is and I am not going to
introduce any changes to it. When
'Umar was appointed as caliph,
they referred the dispute to him
and he said: It is something that
Abu Bakr did not change and I am
not going to change it. When
'Uthman was appointed as caliph,
they referred the dispute to him
and 'Uthman remained quiet and
lowered his head. Ibn 'Abbas said:
I was afraid that he ('Uthman)
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said: O my father, I insist that you
give it to 'Ali, So he gave it to him.
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say: "T h e P ro p h e t is

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told m e an d sw o re by A llah th at he
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P ro p h e t
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until h e h a s b een led in p ra y e r by
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c h a rg e o f it a fte r h im , a n d h e d ealt
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M e s se n g e r o f A lla h

68

and w e saw

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w ill g iv e it to y o y to m a n a g e it in
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they c a m e an d a l-'A b b as said: G ive
it to 'A li, for I a m h ap p y for h im to
tak e co n tro l o f it.
C o m m e n ts : [So]well lighairihi]
79-

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H u ra ira h th a t F a tim a h (Jfe) c a m e to
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m o n t h a f t e r t h e d e a t h o f th e
P ro p h e t
a n d he w a s tellin g a
s to ry , th e n th e ca ll w e n t o u t a m o n g
th e

p e o p l e , " A s-sa la tu ja m i'a h

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h e a s ce n d e d th e minbar, w h ich w a s
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first s p e e c h h e g a v e in Islam . H e
p ra is e d a n d g lo rifie d A lla h , th en h e
s a id : O p e o p le , I w ish th a t so m e o n e
e ls e c o u ld h a v e ta k e n c a r e o f th is
fo r m e , fo r if y o u c o m p a r e m y w a y
to th e w a y o f y o u r P ro p h e t

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69

cannot be like him, for he was
protected from the shaitan and the
revelation used to come to him
from heaven.
C o m m e n ts :
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Musnad 'Umar bin Al-Khattab *

71

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8 2 . It was narrated that Harithah
said: Some people from Syria came
to 'U m ar and said: We have
acquired wealth and horses and
slaves, and we want to pay zakah on
them as a purification. He said: I
shall do what my two predecessors
did. He consulted the Companions
of Muhammad $g, among whom
was 'Ali, and 'Ali said: It is good,
provided it does not become a
regular tax that is taken from them
after you are gone.

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8 3 . It was narrated from Abu
Wa'il that as-Subayy bin Ma'bad
was a Bedouin Taghiibi Christian
who became Muslim. He asked:
Which deed is best? He was told:
Jihad for the sake of Allah, may
He be glorified and exalted. He
wanted to go for jih ad , but it was
said to him: Have you done H ajj?
He said no. So it was said to him:
Go for H ajj and 'U mrah, then go
for jih ad . So he set out and when
he was in al-Hawa'it, he entered
ihram for both H ajj and 'Umrah
together. Zaid bin Soohan and
Salman bin Rabee'ah saw him
and said: He is more astray than
his camel, or he is no more
guided than his camel. He went

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to 'Umar and told him what they
had said. He said: You have been
guided to the S u n n a h of your
Prophet sfe. Al-Hakam said: I said
to Abu Wa'il: Did as-Subayy tell
you that? He said: Yes,

72

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8 4 . 'Ami bin Maimoon said: 'Umar
led us in praying F ajr in Jam', then he
stood up and said: The tnushrikoon
used not to depart until the sun rose,
but the Messenger of Allah
differed from them and moved on
before the sun rose.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (1684)]

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8 5 . 'Asim bin Kulaib said: My
father said: I told Ibn 'Abbas and
he said: What is so amazing about
that? When 'U m ar called the
prominent shaikhs among the
Companions of Muhammad
he would call me with them and
say: Do not speak until they have
spoken. He called us one day or
one night and said: The Messenger
of Allah £5 said about L a ila ta lQ a d r what you know, so seek it in
the odd numbered nights of the
last ten nights; on which oddnumbered night do you think it is?

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8 6 . Shu'bah said: I heard 'Asim
bin 'Amr al-Bajali narrate from
one of those who asked 'Umar bin

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al-Khattab: We have come to you
to ask you about three things: A
man's n a fl prayer in his house,
g h u s l in the case of ja n a b a h , and
what it is appropriate for a man to
do with his wife when she is
menstruating. He said: Are you
magicians? You have asked me
about something that no one has
asked me about since I asked the
Messenger of Allah ^ about it,
and he said: "A man's n a fl prayer
in his house is light, so whoever
wishes, let him illuminate his
house." And he said with regard
to g h u s l in the case of ja n a b a h : "Let
him wash his private parts, then
do w u d oo ', then pour water over
his head three times." And he said
concerning the m en stru atin g
woman: "The [husband may
enjoy 1 whatever is above the iza r
(waist wrapper)."

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Comments: [Its isn ad is d a ’e e f because the man from whom 'Asim bin 'Amr
narrated it is unknown]
8 7 . It was narrated from Ibn 'Umar
that he said: I saw Sa'd bin Abi
Waqqas wiping over his kh u ffain in
Iraq when he did w u d o o ' and I
objected to that. When we met with
'Umar bin al-Khattab, he said to me:
Ask your father about what you
objected to me doing of wiping over
my k h u ffa in , I mentioned that to him
and he said: If Sa'd tells you
something, do not object to it, for the
Messenger of Allah s£e used to wipe
over his k h u ffa in .
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8 8 . It was narrated from 'Abdullah
bin 'Um ar, from Sa'd bin Abi
Waqqas that the Messenger of Allah
used to wipe over his k h u ffa in .
'Abdullah bin 'Umar asked 'Umar
about that and he said: Yes, if Sa'd
narrates some- thing to you from
the Messenger of Allah
do not
ask anyone else about it.

74

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8 9 . It was narrated from Ma'dan
bin Abi Talhah that 'Umar bin alKhattab delivered a k h u tb a h on
Friday, and he mentioned the
Prophet of Allah ^ and Abu
Bakr. He said: I saw a dream that
I can only interpret as meaning
that my death is near; 1 saw as if a
rooster pecked me twice, and I was
told that it was a red rooster, I told
this dream to Asma' bint 'Umais,
the wife of Abu Bakr ^ and she
said: You will be killed by a Persian
man. The people are asking me to
appoint a successor, but Allah will
not cause His religion and His
caliphate, with which He sent His
Prophet sfe, to be lost. If death
com es to me soon, then the
caliphate is to be decided by these
six men with whom the Messenger
of Allah 5% was pleased when he
died. W hichever of them you
swear allegiance to, then listen to
him and obey. I know that some
people will object to this matter. I
have fought them with my own
hands in the defence of Islam.

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They are the enemies of Allah and
misguided k afirs. By Allah, I am
not leaving behind anything that
my Lord instructed me to do and I
came to the position of caliphate
on th at basis th at is m ore
important to me than k a la la h . By
Allah, the Prophet of Allah -jfe
never emphasised any issue to me
since 1 accompanied him more
than the issue of k a la la h , until he
poked me in the chest with his
finger and said; "Is not a y a t a s - s a if
(the verse of summer, i.e., it was
revealed in su m m er), which
appears at the end of SooratanNisa', sufficient for you?" If I live I
will issue a decree that will be so
clear that those who read the
Qur'an and those who do not read
it will be able to make decisions
concerning it. I call upon Allah to
bear witness over the governors of
the regions, for I only sent them to
be just and to teach the people
their religion and the S u n tiah of
the Prophet
and to refer to me
concerning any difficult matter. O
people, you eat two plants which I
find to be nothing but repugnant,
this onion and garlic. I remember
the Messenger of Allah
if he
noticed their smell coming from a
man in the mosque, he would
issue orders that he taken out from
the mosque to al-Baqee'. Whoever
must eat them, let him cook them
to death."
He said: He addressed the people
on Friday and was attacked on
Wednesday.

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9 0 . It was narrated that 'Abdullah
bin 'Um ar said: az-Zubair, alMiqdad bin al-Aswad and I went
out to our property in Khaibar to
take care of it. When we got there,
we dispersed, each man going to
his property. I was attacked under
cover of night when I was sleeping
on my bed and my arms were
dislocated at the elbows. In the
morning, my two companions
were called and they came and
asked me: Who did this to you? I
said: I do not know. They treated
my arms then they brought me to
'Umar who said: This is the work
of some Jews. Then he stood and
addressed the people, and said: O
people, the Messenger of Allah
made a deal with the Jews of
Khaibar on the basis that we could
expel them whenever we want.
They have attacked 'Abdullah bin
'Umar and dislocated his arms, as
you heard about their attack on
the Ansari before him. We do not
doubt that they are the ones who
did it, as we have no other enemy
but them. Whoever has property
in Khaibar, let him go there, for I
am going to expel the Jews. Then
he expelled them.

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9 1 . It was narrated from Abu
Hurairah that whilst 'Umar bin alKhattab was delivering the k h u tb ah
on Friday, a man came and 'Umar
said: Why are you coming late to
the prayer? The man said: As soon
as I heard the call, I did w u doo'. He
said: Did you not also hear that the

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whom there was a group of the
earliest Muhajireen. 'Umar sent for
a basket that had been brought to
him from Iraq, in which there was
a ring. One of his sons took it and
put it in his mouth. 'Umar took it
from him, then 'Umar wept and
those who were with him said: Why
are you weeping when Allah has
granted victory to you and caused
you to prevail over your enemies
and granted you joy? 'Umar said: I
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'Abdullah bin 'Umar, that his
father said: I asked the Messenger
of Allah sgg what one of us should
do if he becomes ju n u b then
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al-Khattab say: When 'Abdullah
bin Ubayy died, the Messenger of
Allah *3 was called to offer the
funeral prayer for him, and when
he stood by the deceased and was
about to offer the prayer for him, I
went and stood before him and
said: O Messenger of Allah, (will
you offer the funeral prayer) for the
enemy of Allah who said such and
such? and I listed what he had
done. And the Messenger of Allah
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said too much, he said: "Move
away from me, O 'Umar, for I was
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Muhammad) ask forgiveness for
them (hypocrites) or ask not
forgiveness for them - (and even) if
you ask seventy times for their
forgiveness - Allah will not forgive
them' [at-Tawbah 9:80]. If I knew
that by asking for forgiveness more
than seventy times they would be
forgiven, I would have done that."
He said: Then he offered the
funeral prayer for him, and walked
with him (his bier), and stood by
his grave until the burial was
c o mp l e te d. He sai d: I was
astounded that I had spoken so
audaciously to the Messenger of
Allah ife; Allah and His Messenger
know best. By Allah, it was not long
before these two verses were
revealed: "And never (O Muhammad
pray (funeral prayer) for any of them
(hypocrites) who dies, nor stand at
his grave. Certainly they disbelieved
in Allah and His Messenger, and died
while they were Fasiqoon (rebellious, disobedient to Allah and His
Messenger)." [at-Tawbah 9:84].
So after that the Messenger of
Allah
did not offer the funeral
prayer for any hypocrite or stand
by his grave until he passed away.

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9 6 . 'Abdullah bin 'Umar used to
say: If a man has only one
garment, let him wrap it around
his waist and then pray, for 1
heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab say
that, and he said: Do not wrap it
around the whole body if it is
only one garment, as the Jews do.

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attributed that to the Messenger
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not be lying.

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he heard the Messenger of Allah
say: "Whoever dies believing in
Allah and the Last Day, it will said
to him: 'En ter Paradise from
whichever of the eight gates of
Paradise you w ish/"

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with a sword and killed him. The
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he said: Were it not that I heard
the Messenger of Allah 2^ say,
"No father should be executed in
retaliation for killing his son," I
would have executed you before
you left.

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Rabee'ah said: I saw 'Umar look
at the Black Stone and say: By
Allah, were it not that I saw the
Messenger of Allah jfe kiss you, I
would not have kissed you. Then
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Comments: [Its isrnd is saheeh, alBukhari (1597) and Muslim
(1270)].
1 0 0 . It w as n a rra te d from
'Abdullah bin as-Sa'di that he
came to 'Um ar bin al-Khattab
during his caliphate and 'Umar
said to him; Was I not told that
you do work for people, then
when you are given your wages
you do not accept it? I said; Yes.
'Umar said: Why do you do that? I
said: I have horses and slaves, and
I am well off. I want my work to
be an act of charity towards the
Muslims. 'Umar said: Do not do
that, for I wanted to do the same
as you want to do. The Prophet ^
would give me some payment and
I would say: Give it to one who is
more in need of it than me. One
day he gave me something and I
said: Give it to one who is more in
need of it than me. The Prophet ite
said: "Take it, keep it, and give it
in charity. Whatever of this wealth
comes to you when you are not
hoping for it or asking for it,
accept it, but if it does not come to
you, do not hope for it."
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh , alBukhari (7163) and Muslim (1045)]
1 0 1 , Rabee'ah bin Darraj narrated
that 'Ali bin Abi Talib prayed two
n afi rak'ah s after 'Asr on the road to
Makkah, and 'Umar saw him and
got angry with him, then he said:
By Allah, I am certain that the
Messenger of Allah
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that.

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1 0 2 . It was narrated from a man
of Quraish from Banu Sahm, that a
man among them who was called
Majidah said: I had a fight with a
slave and he bit my ear and took a
piece out of it, or I bit his ear and
took a piece out of it. When Abu
Bakr came to us for H a jj, our case
was referred to him, and he said:
Take them to "Umar bin al-Khattab,
and if the one who caused the
injury has reached puberty, let
retaliation be taken. When we were
brought to 'Umar, he examined us
and said: Yes, this one has reached
the age where retaliation may be
sought. Call a cupper for me. When
he mentioned the cupper, he said: I
heard the Messenger of Allah %
say: "I gave a slave to my maternal
aunt and I hope that Allah will
bless him for her, and I told her not
to let him be a cupper, a butcher or
a goldsmith."

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Abu Bakr led us on H ajj, during
his caliphate, and he mentioned
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people and said: Allah, may He be
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whatever concessions He willed to
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Allah ^ has passed away, so
complete H a jj and 'Umrah as Allah
has commanded you, and guard
the chastity of these women.
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'Umar, that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
4 ° said: The Messenger of Allah
was asked: Can a man go to
sleep when he is ju n u b ? He said:
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I went out looking for the
Messenger of Allah ^ before I
became Muslim, and I found that
he had reached the mosque before
me. I stood behind him and he
started to recite Sooratal-Haqqah,
and I was amazed by the way in
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1 0 6 . It was narrated from Rabee'ah
bin Darraj, that 'Ali 4 * prayed two
rak'ah s after ’A s r, and 'Umar got
angry with him and said: Don't you
know that the Messenger of Allah
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as Quraish said. Then he recited:
"That this is verily, the word of an
honoured Messenger [i.e. Jibreel
(Gabriel) or Muhammad which he
has brought from Allah). It is not
the word of a poet, little is that you
believe!" [al-Haqqah 69:40-41). I
said: (He is a) soothsayer. He said:
"Nor is it the word of a soothsayer
(or a foreteller), little is that you
remember! This is the Revelation
sent down from the Lord of the
'AJameen (mankind, jinn and all
that exists). And if he (Muhammad
had forged a false saying
concerning Us (Allah). We surely
would have seized him by his right
hand (or with power and might),
And then We certainly would have
cut off his life artery (aorta), And
none of you could have withheld
Us from (punishing) him..." [alHaqqah 69:42-47).
He said: Then I felt an over­
whelming attraction to Islam.

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1 0 8 . It was nar r at ed from
Shuraih bin 'Ubaid and Rashid bin
Sa'd and others that when 'Umar
bin al-Khattab reached Sargh, he
w as told t hat t here was a
widespread plague in Syria. He
said: I have heard that there is a
severe plague in Syria. I said: If
my time comes, and Abu 'Ubaidah
bin al-Jarrah is still alive, I appoint
him as my successor. And if Allah
asks me why I appointed him as
my successor to lead the um truth of
Muhammad
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Prophet has a close confidant and
my close confidant is Abu 'Ubaidah
bin al-Jarrah." The people objected
to that, and said: What about the
prominent figures of Quraish?
meaning Banu Fihr. Then he said: If
my time comes, and Abu 'Ubaidah
has died, then I appoint Mu'adh bin
Jabal as my successor, and if my
Lord, may He be glorified and
exalted, asks me why I appointed
him as my successor, I will say: I
heard Your Messenger say: "He will
be gat h er ed on the Day of
Resurrection as a leader of scholars."

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'Abbas said: Some men of good
character, among whom was 'Umar,
testified before me, and the best of
them in my view was 'Umar, that
the Prophet of Allah
used to say:
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prayer until the sun sets, and there

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bin al-Musayyab that 'Umar bin
al-Khattab said: A boy was bom
to the brother of Umm Salamah,
the wife of the Prophet 3^5 , and
they called him al-Waleed. The
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him by the name of your pharaoh,
for there will be among this
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them than Pharaoh was to his
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is no prayer after F a jr prayer until
the sun rises."
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1 1 1 . It was narrated from alHarith bin Mu'awiyah al-Kindi,
that he travelled to meet 'Umar
bin al-Khattab and ask him about
three things. He came to Madinah
and ' Umar asked him: What
brought you here? He said: (I
came) to ask you about three
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confined space and the time for
prayer comes, but if we both pray
she will be standing next to me,
and if she prays behind me she
will have to go out of the space.
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a screen between you and her, and
let her pray alongside you if you
wish. (And I asked) about the two
rak'alts after 'A s r and he said: The
Messenger of Allah 3^ told me not
to do them. He said: (And I asked)
about stories (for preaching),
because they wanted me to tell
them stories. He said: Whatever
you want. It was as if he did not
want to tell him not to do that. He
said: I only wanted to follow what
you say. He said: I am afraid that
if you tell them stories (for
preaching), you will think that you
are better than them, then you will
tell them stories and think that
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them as the Pleiades, then Allah
will put you that far beneath their
feet on the Day of Resurrection.
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]
1 1 2 . ' Ab d ul lah bin ' U m a r
narrated that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
said: I heard the Messenger of Allah
say: "Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, forbids you to swear
by your fathers." 'Umar said: By
Allah, I never swore by them since
I heard the Messenger of Allah
forbid it, and I never uttered (such
words) whether I was swearing an
oath or describing someone else
doing so.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (6647) and Muslim
(1646)1
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bin al-Khattab 4= and Hudhaifah
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that the Prophet
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said: The Messenger of Allah
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before you, and said: "I urge you to
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give testimony before he is asked to
do so. Whoever among you wants to
attain a spacious abode in Paradise,
let him adhere to the jam a'ah (main
body of Muslims), for the S haitan is
with the one who is alone, but he is
further away from two. And no one
of you should be alone with a
woman for the S h aitan will be the
third one present. The one who is
pleased with his good deeds and
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1 1 5 . Hakeem bin 'Umair and
Damrah bin Habeeb said; 'Umar
bin al~Khattab said; Whoever
would like to see the way of the
Messenger of Allah
let him
look at the way of 'Amr bin alAswad.
Com m ents: [Its is n a d is d a ' e e f
because it is interrupted]

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by my father. Another man said:
"Do not swear by your fathers." I
turned and saw that it was the
Messenger of Allah

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Messenger of Allah ^ died and
Abu Bakr 4 %became (caliph) after
him, and som e of the Arabs
apostatized, 'Umar <£>said: O Abu
Bakr, how can you fight the
people when the Messenger of
Allah 2^. said: "I have been
ordered to fight the people until
they bear witness that there is no
god except Allah. Whoever bears
witness that there is no god except
Allah has protected his wealth and
his life from me, except in cases
dictated by Islamic law, and their
reckoning will be with Allah"?
Abu Bakr *&> said: By Allah I shall
certainly, fight the one who
separates prayer and zakah , for
zakah is what is due from wealth.
By Allah, whoever withholds from
me a goat that they used to give
(in z a k a h ) to the Messenger of
Allah 2^, I shall fight them for
withholding it. 'Umar said: By
Allah, as soon as I realized that
Allah had opened the heart of Abu
Bakr to fighting, I realized that it
was the right thing to do.

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118. It was narrated from 'Umar
bin al-Khattab that the Messenger of
Allah gg said: "There is no prayer
after Fajr prayer until the sun rises,
or after 'Asr prayer until the sun
sets."
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1 1 9 . It was nar r at ed from
'Urwah bin Mugheeth al-Ansari,
that 'Umar bin al-Khattab 4, said:
The Prophet jgj; ruled that the
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Humrah bin 'Abd Kulal said:
'Umar bin al-Khattab travelled to
Syria for the second time and
when he approached it, he and
those who were with him heard
that the plague was widespread
therein. His companions said to
him: Go back and do not enter it,
for if you enter it when (the
plague) is in it, we do not think
that you should leave it. So he set
off, heading back to Madinah,
and he stopped to rest at the end
of that night. 1 was the closest of
the people to him, and when he
woke up, I woke up with him and
followed him, and I heard him
say: They turned me away from
Syria after I had got dose to it
because the plague was there. It
would be a good idea to go to
Madinah and finish some work
that I have to do there, then I will
go and enter Syria and stay in
Homs, for I heard the Messenger
of Allah
say: "On the Day of
Resurrection, Allah will resurrect
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any reckoning or punishment,
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bin 'Amir that he went out with
the Messenger of Allah ig on the
campaign to Tabook, and one day
the Messenger of Allah
sat
talking to his companions and
said: "Whoever gets up when the
sun has risen and does w u d o o '
and does it well, then stands and
prays two rak'ah s, his sins will be
forgiven him and he will be as his
mother bore him." 'Uqbah bin
'Amir said: I said: Praise be to
Allah Who has blessed me by
enabling me to hear this from the
Messenger of Allah
'Umar bin
al-Khattab ■&, who was sitting in
front of me, said to me: Are you
surprised by this? The Messenger
of Allah
said something even
more amazing than this before
you came. I said: What was it,
may my father and mother be
sacrificed for you? 'Umar said:
The Messenger of Allah
said:
"Whoever does w u d o o ' and does it
well, then lifts his gaze towards
heaven and says, 'I bear witness
that there is no god but Allah
alone, wit h no p a r t ne r or
associate, and I bear witness that
Muhammad is His slave and
Messenger/ the eight gates of
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and he may enter by whichever of
them he wishes."
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'Aqeel is unknown]
1 2 2 . It was narrated that alAsh'ath bin Qais said: I visited
'Umar and he reached out and hit
his wife. He said: O Ash'ath, learn
from me three things that I
learned from the Messenger of
Allah 3^ : Do not ask a man why
he hit his wife, do not sleep until
after you pray W it r - and I forgot
the third thing.

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said: I heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab
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the Messenger of Allah #5 say:
"Whoever wears silk in this world
will not be clothed with it in the
Hereafter,"

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said: 'Umar bin al-Khattab 4> told
me: I heard the Prophet 3^ say:
"A rider will travel through the
streets of Madinah, then he will
say: There used to be many
believers here."

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as-Saba'i narrated from a preacher
who was addressing the troops in
al-Qustanteeniyyah, that he heard
him narrate that 'Umar bin alKhattab
said: O people, I heard
the Messenger of Allah
say:
"Whoever believes in Allah and
the Last Day, let him not sit at a
table where alcohol is being
passed around; whoever believes
in Allah and the Last Day, let him
not enter a bathhouse unless he is
wearing a waist wrapper; and
whoever (among women) believes
in Allah and the Last Day, let her
not enter bathhouses (at all)."

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1 2 6 . It w as n a r r a t e d from
'Uthman bin 'Abdullah, i.e. Ibn
Suraqah, that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
said: I heard the Messenger of
Allah
say: "Whoever shades the
head of a fighter (m ujahid), Allah
will shade him on the Day of
Resurrection; whoever equips a
fighter until he has all that he
needs, will have a reward equal to
his until he dies (Yoonus said: or
returns); whoever builds a mosque
in which the Name of Allah, may
He be exalted, is remembered,

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1 2 7 . Salman bin Rabee'ah said: I
heard 'Umar say: The Messenger of
Allah
shared out (some booty)
and I said: O Messenger of Allah,
others are more deserving of this
than them: a h l u s - s u f f a h . The
Messenger of Allah
said: "You
are giving me the choice of having
you ask importunately or regard
me as a miser, and I am not a
miser."

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Rafi' that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
was leaning on Ibn 'Abbas, and
Ibn 'Umar and Sa'eed bin Zaid
were with him. He said: You
should note that I have not said
anything about k a la la h and I have
not appointed anyone to succeed
me. Whoever of Arab captives are
present when I die, are to be freed

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1 2 8. It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab said: I saw the
Messenger of Allah ^ do w u d o o '
after minor im purity and he
wiped over the khufjfdin.

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although they are among the
wealth of Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted. Sa'eed bin
Zaid said: Why don't you suggest
a man among the Muslims so that
the people may follow your
advice? Abu Bakr did that and
the people followed his advice
and trusted him. 'Umar said: I
have noticed too much greed and
ambition, and I will leave this
matter to be decided by these six
people with whom the Messenger
of Allah dig was pleased when he
died. Then "Umar said: If one of
the two men were still alive, I
would have referred to this matter
to him and I would have trusted
him: Salim the freed slave of Abu
Hudhaifah and Abu 'Ubaidah bin
al-Jarrah.

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1 3 0 , It was narrated that Ibn
'Abbas said: Some righteous men,
including 'Umar - and the most
righteous of them in my view was
'Umar - confirmed when 1 was
present that the Messenger of
Allah
said: "There is no prayer
after F a j r until the sun rises and
there is no prayer after 'Asr until
the sun sets."

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'Abbas that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
held onto the comer of the
Ka'bah and said: I know that you
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my Beloved kiss you or touch
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told us that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
said: The Messenger of Allah
saw a ring of gold on a man's hand
and he said: "Throw it aw ay/' so
he threw it away and acquired a
ring of iron. He said: "This is even
worse." Then he acquired a ring of
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that 'Umar bin al~Khattab & told
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1 3 3 . It was narrated from Zirr that
'Abdullah said: When the Messenger
of Allah ^ died, the Ansar said; A
leader from among us and a leader
from among you. 'Umar went to
them and said: O Ansar, do you
not know that the Messenger of
Allah % ordered Abu Bakr to lead
the people in prayer? Which of you
would like himself to be given
precedence over Abu Bakr? The
Ansar said: We seek refuge with
Allah from being given precedence
over Abu Bakr.
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saw him and said: "Go back and
do your w u d ao ' properly," So he
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Farrook h the freed slave of
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time was the caliph - went out to
the mosque and saw some food
that had been put out. He said:
What is this food? They said: It is
food that has been brought to us.
He said: May Allah bless it and the
one who brought it. It was said: O
Ameer al-Mu'mineen, it has been
hoarded. He said: Who hoarded it?
They said: Farrookh the freed slave
of 'Uthman and So and so the freed
slave of 'Umar. He sent for them
and summoned them and said:
What made you hoard the food of
the Muslims? They said: O Ameer
al-Mu'mineen, we buy it with our
own wealth and sell it. 'Umar said:
I heard the Messenger of Allah ^
say: "Whoever hoards food from
the Muslims, Allah will smite him
with bankruptcy or leprosy." At
that Farrookh said: O Ameer alMu'mineen, I promise to Allah and
to you that I will not hoard food
again. As for the freed slave of
'Umar, he said: We buy it with our
own wealth and sell it. Abu Yahya
said: 1 saw the freed slave of 'Umar
with leprosy.

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1 3 6 . 'Abdullah bin 'Umar said: I
heard 'Umar say: The Prophet
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would say: Give it to one who has
more need of it than me. Then one
time he gave me some wealth and
I said: Give it to one who has more
need of it than me. The Prophet ^
said: "Take it and keep it or give it
in charity. Whatever of this wealth
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that his father said: I heard 'Umar
say: The Messenger of Allah sfe
used to give me things... and he
mentioned a similar h a d e e t h .

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1 3 8 . It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab said: I was in good
spirits one day and kissed (my
wife) when I was fasting. I came
to the Prophet
and said: I have
done something serious: I kissed
(my wife) when I was fasting. The
Messenger of Allah ^
said:
"What do you think if you rinse
your mouth with water when you
are fasting?" I said: There is
nothing w rong with it. The

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and found that sickness was
occurring in it and death was
widespread. I sat with 'Umar bin
al-Khattab and a funeral passed by
him. People spoke well of the
deceased and 'Umar said: It is
guaranteed. Then another funeral
passed by and people spoke well of
the deceased and 'Umar said: It is
guaranteed. Then a third funeral
passed by and people spoke badly
of the deceased and 'Umar said: It
is guaranteed. Abul-Aswad said:
What is guaranteed, O Ameer alMu'mineen? He said: I am saying
what the Messenger of Allah ^
said: "A ny Muslim in whose
favour four people testify, Allah
will admit him to Paradise." We
said: And three? He said: "And
three." We said: And two? He said:
"And two." Then we did not ask
him about one.

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place in Ramadan, and we broke
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1 4 1 . Al-Ghadban bin Hanzalah
said that his father Hanzalah bin
Nu'aim came in a delegation to
"Umar, and when a member of
the delegation passed by him,
'Umar would ask him where he
was from. Then my father passed
by him and he asked him: Where
are you from? He said: From
'Anazah. He said; I heard the
Messenger of Allah jfe say: "A
tribe from there will be wronged
but they will prevail."

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bin al-Khattab 4 * that he said: We
went out on two campaigns with
the Messenger of Allah ^ during
the month of Ramadan, the day of
Badr and the conquest (of Makkah),
and we broke the fast in both cases.

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of Allah
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h y p o c rite w ho sp eak s w ith
knowledge."

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1 4 4 . It was narrated from Salim
bin 'Abdullah that he was with
Maslamah bin 'Abdul-Malik in
the land of the Byzantines, and
they found some stolen booty
with a man's goods. He asked
Salim bin 'Abdullah and he said:
'Abdullah bin 'Um ar told me
from 'Umar that the Messenger of
Allah ^ said; "If you find stolen
booty with a man, then bum it and I think he said: and beat
him." So he took his property out
to the market and found a M u s h a j
among his goods. He asked Salim,
who said: Sell it, and gave its
price in charity.
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1 4 5 . It was narrated from 'Umar
that the Prophet ^ used to seek
refuge with Allah from five things:
from miserliness, cowardice, the
tribulations of the heart (grudges,
envy, bad attitude and bad beliefs),
the torment of the grave and old
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heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab say
that he heard the Messenger of
Allah ^ say: "The martyrs are
three: a man who believes and has
good faith, who meets the enemy
and shows sincerity to Allah until
he is killed - he is the one to whom
people will raise their heads on the
Day of Resurrection" - and the

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Messenger of Allah
raised his
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fell off
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meets the enemy and it is as if his
skin was beaten with the thorns of
an acacia tree, then a stray arrow
comes and kills him - he will be in
the second rank; and a man who is
a believer and has good faith, but
he mixes good and bad deeds, and
he meets the enemy and shows
sincerity to Allah until he is killed
- he will be in the third rank."

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1 4 7 . It was narrated from 'Umar
that the Messenger of Allah
said:
"N o father is to be killed in
retaliatory punishment for killing
his son." And the Messenger of
Allah
said: "The one who
inherits loyalty (w a la ' - loyalty of a
freed slave) also inherits his
wealth."

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said: I heard the Messenger of
Allah
say: "No father is to be
killed in retaliatory punishment
for killing his son."

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heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab &
say: I heard the Messenger of
Allah Ufa say: "The martyrs are
four: a man who believes and has
good faith, who meets the enemy
and shows sincerity to Allah until
he is killed - he is the one at
whom people will look like this" and he raised his head until the
hat of the Messenger of Allah ^
or 'Umar's hat fell off. "The
second is a man who is a believer
and has good faith, who meets
the enemy and it is as if his back
was beaten with the thorns of an
acacia tree, then a stray arrow
comes and kills him - he will be in
the second rank. The third is a
man who is a believer, but he
mixes good and bad deeds, and
he meets the enemy and shows
sincerity to Allah until he is killed
- he will be in the third rank. The
fourth is a believing man who
transgresses against himself by
committing a great deal of evil
deeds and sins, who meets the
enemy and shows sincerity to
Allah until he is killed - he will be
in the fourth rank."

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that 'Umar bin al-Khattab 4* told
him that he heard the Messenger of
Allah
say: "The people of
Makkah will leave and no one will
come to it - or no one will come to it
except a few - then it will be filled
and built up, then they will leave it
and never return to it."
Com m ents: [Its isnad is da'eef
because of the weakness of Ibn
Lahee'ah]
1 5 3 . It was narrated from Jabir
that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
told
him that the Messenger of Allah
saw a man doing ivudoo' to
pray Zuhr, and he missed a spot the
size of a toenail. The Messenger of
Allah
saw him and said: "Go
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Comments: [A saheeh hadeeth, alBukhari (2462) and Muslim
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1 5 5 . It was narrated that Ibn
'Abbas said: This verse was
revealed when the Messenger of
Allah
was preaching secretly in
Makkah: "And offer your Salah
(prayer) neither aloud nor in a low
voice" [al-Isra' 17:110]. He said:
When he led his Companions in
prayer, he raised his voice reciting
the Q u r'a n , and w hen the
inushrikee.n heard that, they reviled
the Qur'an, the One Who revealed
it and the one to whom it was
sent. Then Allah said to His
Prophet 3^: "And offer your Salah
(prayer) neither aloud" i.e., when
reciting, lest the mushrikeen hear
and revile the Qur'an; "nor in a
low voice" that your Companions
cannot hear the Qur'an, so that
they can learn it from you; "but
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1 5 6 . It was narrated from Ibn
'Abbas that 'Umar bin al-Khattab
delivered a speech - on one
occasion, Hushaim said: addressed
us. - He praised and glorified Allah,
then he mentioned stoning and said:
Do not be diverted away from it, for
it is one of the hadd punishments of
Allah. The Messenger of Allah
stoned [adulterers], and we stoned
[them] after he was gone. Were it
not that some may say that 'Umar
added something to the Book of
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, that is not part of it, I
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and so and So and so [also
testified] - that the Messenger of
Allah sfe stoned [adulterers] and
we stoned [them] after he was
gone. But there will come people
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intercession, or the torment of the
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1 5 7 . It was narrated that Anas
said: 'Umar said: I agreed with my
Lord on three matters. I said: O
Messenger of Allah, why don't we
take the Maqam of Ibraheem as a
place of prayer? Then the verse was
revealed: "And take you (people)
the Maqam (place) of Ibraheem
(Abraham) [or the stone on which
Ibraheem (Abraham) stood while
he was building the Ka'bah] as a
place of prayer" [al-Baqarah 2:125].
And I said: O Messenger of Allah,
both righteous people and evil­
doers enter upon your wives, so why
don't you tell them to observe hi jab ?
Then the verse of h ijab was revealed.
And the wives of the Messenger of
Allah % got together as a result of
the jealousy between them, and I
said to them, "It may be if he
divorced you (all) that his Lord
will give him instead of you, wives
better than you" [at-Tahreem 66:5],
and it was revealed like that.

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1 5 9 . It was narrated that 'Umar
said: I saw the Messenger of Allah
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1 6 0 . It was narrated that Anas
said: 'Umar said: I agreed with
my Lord, may He be glorified and
exalted, in three matters - or my
Lord agreed with me in three
matters. I said: O Messenger of
Allah, why don't you take the
Maqam of Ibraheem as a place of
prayer? Then Allah revealed the
verse: "And take you (people) the
M aqam (place) of Ibraheem
(Abraham) [or the stone on which
Ibraheem (Abraham) stood while
he was building the Ka'bah] as a
place of p ra y e r" [al-Baqarah
2:125]. And I said: Why don't you
tell the Mothers of the Believers to
observe h ija b , for both righteous
people and evildoers enter upon
you? Then the verse of h ija b was
revealed. And I heard something
a b o u t th e M o th e rs of the
Believers, so I talked to them and
told them: You should stop
bothering the Messenger of Allah
or Allah will replace you with
wives who are better than you
and are Muslims. Then I came to
one of the M oth ers of the
Believers and she said: O 'Umar,
is it the case that the Messenger of
Allah ^ cannot admonish his
wives so that you come and
admonish them? So I stopped,
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you Muslims (who submit to
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Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, ai-Bukhari (1534)]
1 6 1 . Ibn 'Abbas said: I heard
'Umar bin al-Khattab 4* say: I
heard the Messenger of Allah ^
say, when he was in al-'Aqeeq:
"Last night someone came to me
from my Lord and said: Pray in
this blessed valley and say, 'I
intend to do 'u m rah with H a j j A1Waleed said: i.e., in Dhul-Hulaifah.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (402)]

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Allah 5E£z said - and on one
occasion Sufyan said: ['Umar]
heard the Messenger of Allah
say -: "Gold for silver is riba unless
it is exchanged on the spot [lit.
'this for that'], wheat for wheat is
riba unless it is exchanged on the
spot, barley for barley is r ib a
unless it is exchanged on the spot,
dates for dates is riba unless it is
exchanged on the spot."

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1 6 3 . Abu 'Ubaid said: I was
present at E id with 'Umar, and he

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started with the prayer before the
He said: The Messenger
of Allah ^ forbade fasting on
these two days. The day of a l-F itr
is the day when you break your
fast, and on the day of a l-A d h a ,
eat the meat of your sacrifices.
kltu tbah .

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1 6 4 . It was narrated that 'Umar
said: The Messenger of Allah %
said: "Do not praise me as the
C h ristian s praised 'E esa lbn
Maryam
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slave, so say: His slave and His
Messenger/'

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that he
asked the Prophet m ; Can one of
us sleep when he is ju ttu b ? He
said: "H e may do w u d o o ' and
sleep if he w ishes." On one
occasion Sufyan said: "Let him do
w u d o o ' and sleep."
Comments: [Its isn ad is sahceh]
1 6 6 . It was narrated from Zaid
bin Aslam, from his father that
'Umar gave a horse (to a man for
jih a d ) for the sake of Allah, then
he saw it or one of its foals being
offered for sale, and he wanted to
buy it. He asked the Prophet
about it and he said: "Leave it,
and it (its reward) will come to
you or you will have them all

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(i.e., the reward of all of them )"
On one occasion he said: He told
him not to (buy it) and he said:
"Do not buy it and do not take
back your charity."

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1 6 7 . It was narrated from 'Umar
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- on one occasion, Sufyan said:
from the Prophet
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said: "Follow Hajj with 'Umrah
and 'Umrah with Hajj, for doing
that will eliminate poverty and
sin as the bellows eliminate
dross."

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weakness of 'Asim bin 'Ubaidullah]
1 6 8 . 'Um ar said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah sfe say: "Deeds
are but by intentions and each man
will have but that which he
intended. If a man's migration was
for the sake of Allah, then his
migration was for that for which he
migrated, but if his migration was
to achieve some worldly aim or to
take some woman in marriage, his
migration was for that for which he
migrated."

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Wa'il said: as-Subayy bin Ma'bad
said: I was a Christian man and I
became Muslim, and I entered
ihram for both Hajj and 'Umrah
(together). Zaid bin Soohan and
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when I was entering ihram for
both and said: He is more astray
than his people's camel. Their
words wounded me greatly, so I
went to 'Umar and told him. He
turned to them and criticised
them, then he turned to me and
said: You have been guided to the
Simnah of your Prophet
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'Abbas: 'Umar was told - and on
one occasion he said: 'Umar heard that Samurah was selling alcohol
and he said: May Allah destroy
Samurah. The Messenger of Allah
said: "May Allah curse the Jews;
He forbade animal fat to them, so
they rendered it and sold it."
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (2223) and Muslim
(1582)]

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sake of Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted.
Comments: [Its ismd is saheeh, al-Bukhari (2904) and Muslim (1757)]
1 7 2 . It was narrated that Malik
bin Aws said: I heard 'Umar say
to 'Abdur-Rahm an bin 'Awf,
Talhah, az-Zubair and Sa'd; We
adjure you by Allah, by Whom
heaven and earth are sustained,
did you know that the Messenger
of Allah said: "Our (Prophets')
property is not to be inherited
and whatever we leave behind is
charity/' They said: By Allah, yes.

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of Allah ^ said: "The child belongs
to the (husband or master of the)
woman."
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are safe. He said: I wondered the
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went back to normal, then he
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of anyone who is more qualified
to do that than him, and I will tell
you about that. The Messenger of
Allah
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talking with Abu Bakr
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Muslims. He stayed up talking
with him one night, and I was
with him. The Messenger of Allah
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with him, and we saw a man
standing and praying in the
mosque. The Messenger of Allah
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as soon as we recognised him the
Messenger of Allah gg said:
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Qur'an fresh as it was revealed,
let him recite it according to the
recitation of Ibn Umm 'A bd."
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offered supplication (d u ' a ') and
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saying to him: "Ask, you will be
given; ask, you will be given."
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The Messenger of Allah
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body of Muslims), for the Shaitan is
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sent me to 'Abdullah bin 'Umar,
and she said: I have heard that you
regard three things as h a r a t n :
borders on garments, saddle cloths
made of bright red cloth, and fasting
the whole of Rajab. 'Abdullah said
to me: As for what you have
mentioned about Rajab, what about
one who fasts continually? As for
what you said about borders on
garments, I heard 'Umar bin alKhattab say: 1 heard the Messenger
of Allah sg say: "Whoever wears
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said : We w ere w ith 'U m a r
between Makkah and Madinah,
and we looked for the new
crescent m oon. I was sharp
sighted and I saw it, and I started
saying to 'Umar: Don't you see it?
He said: I will see it when 1 am
lying in my bed. Then he started
telling us about the people of
Badr. He said: the Messenger of
Allah ^ was showing us the
places where they would fall (in
battle), saying: "This is where So
and so will fall in battle tomorrow,
if Allah wills; this is where So and
so will fall in battle tomorrow, if
Allah wills." And they started to
fall in those places. I said: By the
One Who sent you with the truth,
they did not miss those places;
they fell in those places. Then he
ordered that they be thrown into a
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said: "O So and so, O So and so,
did you find what Allah promised
you to be true? For I found what
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are you speaking to people who
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1 8 3 . 'Amr bin Shu'aib narrated,
from his father, that his grand­
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back, Banu Ma'mar came to him
and they referred their dispute
with him concerning the w a la' of
their sister to 'Umar. 'Umar &
said, I will judge between you
according to what I heard from the
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discussed the divine decree (alq a d a r ) and w hat others said
concerning it. He said: When you
go back to them, say: Ibn 'Umar
has nothing to do with you and
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bin al-Khattab
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and hair, wearing white clothes. The
people looked at one another (as if
to say): We do not know this man
and he does not look like a traveller.
Then he said: O Messenger of Allah,
shall I come to you? He said: "Yes."
So he came and put his knees
against his knees and his hands on
his thighs and said: What is Islam?
He said: "To testify that there is no
god but Allah and that Muhammad
is the Messenger of Allah, to
establish regular prayer, to give
zakah, to fast Ramadan and to go on
pilgrimage to the House." He said:
What is faith (canon)? He said: "To
believe in Allah, His angels,
Paradise and Hell, resurrection after
death and the divine decree, all of
it." He said: What is ihsan? He said:
"To strive for the sake of Allah as if
you see Him, and even though you
do not see Him, He sees you." He
said: When will the Hour come? He
said: "The one who is asked about it
does not know more than the one
who is asking." He said: What are
its portents? He said: "When the
destitute, barefoot, naked shepherds
compete in constructing lofty
buildings, and the slave women
give birth to their masters." Then he
said: "Call the man to me." They
looked for him but they saw no trace
of him. Two or three days passed,
then he said: "O Ibn al-Khattab, do
you know who that was who asked
about such and such?" He said:
Allah and His Messenger know
best. He said: "That was Jibreel who
came to teach you your religion." A
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asked him: O Messenger of Allah,
what are we striving for? Is it
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is it something that is evolving right
now? He said: "For some- thing that
is already decided." The man or one
of the people said: O Messenger of
Allah, then why should we strive?
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1 8 5 . AbubHakam said: I asked
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Messenger of Allah
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or gourds, and he said: Whoever
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which Allah, may He be exalted,
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regard n abeed h as h a ra m . He said:
and I asked Ibn az-Zubair and he
said: The Messenger of Allah
forbade gourds and earthenware
jars. He said: I asked Ibn 'Umar
and he narrated from 'Umar that
the Prophet
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and varnished jars. My brother
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mentioned the Prophet of Allah
and Abu Bakr
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twice/ and I can only interpret it
as meaning that my death is near,
and there are people who are
telling me I should appoint some­
one to be my successor/ but Allah
will not cause His religion and the
caliphate/ with which He sent His
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caliphate is to be decided by these
six men with whom the Messenger
of Allah
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died. Whichever of them you
swear allegiance to, then listen to
him and obey. I know that some
people will object to this matter. I
have fought them with my own
hands in the defence of Islam. If
they do that, then they are the
enemies of Allah and misguided
kafirs. I am not leaving behind
anything more important to me
than kalalah. The Messenger of
Allah
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issue to me since I accompanied
him more than the issue of kalalah,
and I did not ask him about
anything more than I asked him
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it will be able to make decisions
concerning it. Then he said: O
Allah, l call upon You to bear
witness over the governors of the
regions, for I only sent them to
teach the people their religion and
the S u n rtah of their Prophet and to
the divide the f a i ' among them and
to be just to them and to refer to
me co n cern in g any difficult
matter. O people, you eat two
plants which I find to be nothing
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1 8 7 . It was narrated that Jabir
bin 'Abdullah said: I heard 'Umar
bin al-Khattab say to Talhah bin
'Ubaidullah: Why do I see you
looking unkempt and dusty since
the Messenger of Allah ^ died?
Perhaps you were upset about
your cousin becoming caliph? He
said: Allah forbid! I am the most
unlikely among you to feel like
that. I heard the Messenger of
Allah
say: "I know a word
which, if a man says it when
dying, his soul will find rest and
provision when it comes out from
his body and it will be light for
him on the Day of Resurrection."
I did not ask the Messenger of
Allah
about it and he did not
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upsetting me. 'Umar said: I know
what it is. He said: To Allah be
praise! What is it? He said: It is
the word that he said to his uncle:
l a ilaha iliallah. Talhah said: You
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1 8 8 . It was narrated that Tariq
bin Shihab said: A Jewish man
came to 'Umar and said: O Ameer
al-Mu'mineen, you read a verse in
your Book which, if it had been
revealed to us Jews, we would
have taken that day as a festival.
He said: Which verse is it? He
said: The verse: "This day, I have
perfected your religion for you,
completed My Favour upon you"
[al-Ma'idah 5:3]. 'Umar said: By
Allah, I know the day on which
this was revealed to the Messenger
of Allah sga; and the hour at which
it was revealed to the Messenger
of Allah
on the afternoon of
' Arafah on a Friday.

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1 8 9 . It was narrated from Abu
Umamah bin Sahl bin Hunaif that
a man shot an arrow at another
man and killed him, and he had
no heir except a maternal uncle.
Abu 'Ubaidah bin al-Jarrah wrote
to 'Umar concerning that and he
w rote back saying that the
Prophet
said: "Allah and His
Messenger are the guardians of
the one who has no guardian, and
the maternal uncle is the heir of
the one who has no heir."

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Comments: [Its isnad is hasan].
1 9 0 . It was narrated from 'Umar
bin al-Khattab
that the Prophet
ife said: "O 'Umar, you are a
strong man. Do not crowd others
to touch the Black Stone, lest you
harm the weak. If you find a gap,
then touch it, otherwise turn to
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What is faith (eeman)? He said:
"To believe in Allah, His Angels,
His Books, His Messengers, the
Last Day and the divine decree,
both good and bad." Jibreel said to
him: You have spoken the truth.
He said: We were amazed that he
asked him and then confirmed his
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Prophet
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who cam e to teach you your
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1 9 2 . It was narrated from 'Asim
bin 'Umar that his father said: The
Messenger of Allah
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and the day departs from here, it
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with 'Umar and a man came to
him and said: I have seen the new
moon, the new moon of Shawwal.
'Umar said: O people, break the
fast. Then he went to a vessel in
which there was water and did
wudoo', and he wiped over his
khuffain. A man said: By Allah, O
Ameer al-Mu'mineen, I only came
to you to ask about this. Did you
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Abul-Qasim ^ do the same as I
have done, when he was wearing
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Allah ^ did not prohibit lizard
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[Sakcch lighairihi;
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1 9 5 . It was narrated from 'Umar
that he asked the Prophet ^ for
permission to do 'U m rah and he
gave him permission and said: "O
my brother, do not forget us in
your supplication." And he said
later in Madinah: "O my brother,
include us in your supplication."
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have instead of that everything on
which the sun rises, because of
him saying: "O my brother."
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because of the weakness of 'Asim
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1 9 6 . It was narrated from 'Umar
that he said to the Prophet
What do you think about what
we are striving for: is it something
already decided or something that
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new? He said: "It is something
already decided." 'Umar said:
Then why don't we rely on what
is already decided? He said:
"Strive, O son of al-Khattab, for
everyone will be helped; whoever
is one of the people of bliss will
strive for that bliss and whoever
is one of the people of doom will
strive for that doom,"

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we stoned [them] after him. Were
it not that some people would say
that 'Umar added something to
the Book of Allah that is not part
of it; I would have written it the
way it was revealed.
Comments: [Its isnad is sahcch, alBukhari (2462) and Muslim
(1691) ]
1 9 8 . It was narrated from Ibn asSimt that he came to some land
called Doomeen, eighteen miles
from Homs, and prayed two
rak'ahs. I [the narrator] said to
him: Are you praying two rak'ahs ?
He said: I saw 'Umar bin alKhattab in Dhul-Hulaifah praying
two ra k 'a h s and I asked him
(about that). He said: I am only
doing what I saw the Messenger
of Allah sgs do.

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1 9 9 . It was narrated that Ibn
'Umar said: One of the Companions
of the Messenger of Allah
entered the mosque on a Friday,
when 'Umar bin al-Khattab ^ was
addressing the people. 'Umar said:
What time is this? He said: O
Ameer al-Mu'mineen, I have just
come from the marketplace. I
heard the call and I did not do
anything more than wudoo'. 'Umar
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200. It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab said: The mushrikcen
used not to move on from Jam'
(Muzdalifah) until the sun rose
over (the mountain of) Thabeer.
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said: I was busy today and I did
not go back to my family when I
heard the call to prayer, so I did
no more than doing w u doo' .
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you know that the Messenger of
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companions of the Prophet ^
came and said: So and so has been
martyred, So and so has been
martyred, until they came to a man
and said, So and so has been
martyred, but the Messenger of
Allah (#?;) said: "No. I saw him in
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booty," Then the Messenger of
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people that no one will enter
Paradise except the believers." So 1
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came to Madinah, sickness was
occurring in the city and they
were dying quickly. I sat with
'Umar bin al-Khattab (*&) and a
funeral passed by. Good things
were said about (the deceased)
and 'Umar (^ ) said: It is due.
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good things were said about (the
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bad things were said about the
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will admit him to Paradise." We
said: Or three? He said: "Or three."
Wc said: Or two? He said: "Or
two." Then we did not ask him
about one.
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205. Abu Tameem al-Jaishani
said: 'Umar bin al-Khattab heard
the Messenger of Allah (£&) say: "If
you were to put your trust in Allah
as you should, you would be given
provision like the birds: they go
out hungry in the morning and
come back with full bellies in the
evening."
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Allah ( ^ ) said: "Do not sit with the
people who deny a l-q a d a r , or initiate
any discussion with them." 'Abdur­
Rahman said on one occasion: I
heard the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
say:....
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to Dhul- Hulaifah and he prayed
two r a k 'a h s . I [the narrator] asked
him about that and he said: I am
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"O Allah, where is Your promise
to me? O Allah, accomplish for me
what You have promised me! O
Allah, if this small band of
Muslims is destroyed, You will
never be worshipped on earth."
He kept beseeching his Lord,
calling out to Him, until his upper
garment fell from his shoulders.
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his upper garment and put it on
him. Then he embraced him from
behind and said; O Prophet of
Allah, this prayer of yours to your
Lord will suffice, for He will
accomplish for you what He has
promised to you. Then Allah
revealed the words: "(Remember)
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another) in succession'" [al-Anfal
8:9], On that day when the armies
met (in battle), Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted, defeated the
m u sh r ik ee n ; seventy of their men
were killed and seventy were
taken captive. The Messenger of
Allah (£g) consulted Abu Bakr,
'Ali and 'Umar
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prisoners). Abu Bakr said: O
Prophet of Allah, they are our
cousins, kinsmen and brothers. I
think that you should accept a
ransom for them, which will
strengthen us against the k u ffa r,
and perhaps Allah will guide them
to Islam and they will become a
support to us. The Messenger of
Allah (^fe) said: "What do you
think, O son of al-Khattab?" I said:
No, by Allah. I do not think as
Abu Bakr thinks. I think that you
should hand So and so - a relative
of 'Umar's - over to me so that I
may strike his neck. You should
hand 'Aqeel over to 'Ali so that he
may strike his neck, and you
should hand over So and so to
Hamzah (his brother) so that he
may strike his neck, so that Allah
will know that we have no mercy in
our hearts towards the m u sh rikeen ;
these are their prominent figures
and leaders. But the Messenger of
Allah (1%) inclined towards the
view of Abu Bakr, and he did not
incline towards what I said, and
accepted ransoms from them. The
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Allah, tell me why you and your
companion are weeping. If I find it
is a cause for weeping, I will weep
too, and if it is not, then I will
make myself weep with you. The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "I
am weeping because of what your
com panions suggested about
accep tin g a ran som for the
prisoners. I have been shown your
punishment as dose as this tree" a tree that was close to the Prophet
of Allah ($^). Then Allah revealed
the words:
"It is not for a Prophet that he
should have prisoners of war (and
free them with ransom) until he
had made a great slaughter
(among his enemies) in the land.
You desire the good of this world
(i.e. the money of ransom for
freeing the captives), but Allah
desires (for you) the Hereafter.
And Allah is All-Mighty, All-Wise.
Were it not a previous ordainment
from Allah, a severe torment
would have touched you for what
you took." [al-Anfal 8:67-68] - i.e.,
referring to the ransom. Then
booty was permitted to them, and
when the day of Uhud came the
fo llo w in g y e a r , th ey w ere
punished for what they had done
of taking the ransom on the day of
Badr. Seventy of them were killed
and the C om panions of the
Prophet deserted him; his front
tooth was broken and the helmet
on his head was broken, and
blood flowed down his face, and
Allah revealed the words: "When
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you say: 'From where does this
come to us?' Say (to them), 'It is
from yourselves (because of your
evil deeds)/ And Allah has power
over all things" [A1 'Imran 3:165].
Comments: [Its isnad is hnsau, (Muslim (1763)]
2 0 9 . It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (^ ) said: We were
with the Messenger of Allah (sfe)
on a journey, and I asked him
about something three times but
he did not answer me. I said to
myself, May your mother be bereft
of you, O son of al-Khattab, you
spoke to the Messenger of Allah
( a s ) three times and he did not
answer you. So I got on my mount
and went on ahead, fearing that
something had been revealed
concerning me. Then I heard
someone calling out: O 'Umar!
Where is 'Um ar? I went back,
thinking that something had been
revealed concerning me, and the
Prophet (jfe;) said: "Yesterday a
soorah was revealed to me that is
dearer to me than this world and
everything in it: 'Verily, We have
given you (O Muhammad ^g) a
manifest victory. That Allah may
forgive you your sins of the past
and the future' [al-Fath 48:1-2].

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was brought to 'Umar bin alKhattab and he called a man to
join him, but he said, I am fasting.
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observing? Were it not for fear of
adding or subtracting something,
I would have narrated to you a
h a d eeth from the Prophet (5^),
when the Bedouin brought him a
rabbit; rather send for 'Ammar.
When 'Ammar came, he said:
Were you there on the day when
the Bedouin brought the rabbit to
the Messenger of Allah ($&.)?
('Ammar) said: Yes. ['Umar] said:
I saw blood on it, but he (the
Prophet ( ^ ) said: "Eat it." (The
Bedouin) said: I am fasting. (The
Prophet (5^)) said: "What fast are
you observing?" He said: The
beginning and end of the month.
He said: "If you want to fast, then
fast the thirteenth, fourteenth and
fifteenth (of the month)."

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you? I said: Masrooq bin al-Ajda'.
'Umar said: I heard the Messenger
of Allah (3^) saying, "Al-Ajda' is a
devil [i.e the word Al-Ajda' has a
bad meaning]; rather you are
Masrooq bin 'Abdur-Rahm an.
'Amir said: I saw his name written
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'Abdur-Rahman. I said: What is
this? He said: This is what 'Umar
( ^ ) called me.
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2 1 2 . It was narrated from 'Umar
bin al-Khattab that the Prophet (#.)
forbade 'azl (coitus interruptus)
with a free woman, except with her
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no city will be conquered but I shall
divide it among them (the troops)
as the Messenger of Allah (|fe)
divided Khaibar.

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with the Prophet (jgs) on a
campaign, and I swore (an oath),
No, by my father! A man called
out from behind me: "Do not
swear by your fathers." And I
saw that it was the Prophet (3^).

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said: If I live, in s h a A lla h , I shall
certainly expel the Jews and
C hristians from the Arabian
Peninsula.

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2 1 6 . It was narrated that 'Umar
said: I saw the Messenger of Allah
( ^ ) wiping over his leather
slippers (when doing w u d oo').
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isn a d is d a ' e e f because of the
weakness of Shareek]

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bin al-M a'roor said: I heard
'Umar giving a k h u tb a h , and he
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
built this mosque and we, the
M u ltajirecn and A n sa r, were with
him. If it gets too crowded, then
let one of you prostrate on his
brother's back. And he saw
people (on one occasion) praying
in the street and said: Pray in the
mosque.

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came to him ['Umar] and said: O
Ameer al-Mu'mineen, we have
acquired slaves and mounts, so
take charity from our wealth in
order to purify us thereby, and it

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will be zakcih for us. He said: This
is something that the two who
came before me did not do; I shall
wait until I ask the Muslims.

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2 2 0 . It was narrated from 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (<&) - and 'Abdullah
said: My father attributed it to the
Prophet (?£) - that he said:
"Whoever misses any part of his
regular portion of Qur'an or prayer
at night, and recites it between F a jr
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day of Badr, the Messenger of
Allah
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hundred and som e, then he
looked at the m a s h r ik e e n and saw

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2 1 9 . It was narrated from Jabir
bin 'Abdullah that 'Umar bin alKhattab said: The Messenger of
Allah ( g r ) said: "If I live, I shall
certainly expel the Jews and
C hristians from the Arabian
Peninsula, until I leave only
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that they were one thousand or
more. The Prophet of Allah (a^)
turned to face the q ib la h , then he
stretched forth his hands, wearing
his upper and lower garment, and
he said: "O Allah, where is Your
p ro m is e to m e? O A lla h ,
accomplish for me what You have
promised me! O Allah, if this
sm all band of M u slim s is
destroyed, You will never be
worshipped on earth." He kept
beseeching his Lord, calling out to
Him, until his upper garment fell
from his shoulders. Abu Bakr
came to him, picked up his upper
garment and put it back on him.
Then he embraced him from
behind and said: O Prophet of
Allah, this prayer of yours to your
Lord will suffice, for He will
accomplish for you what He has
promised to you. Then Allah
revealed the words: "(Remember)
when you sought help of your
Lord and He answ ered you
(saying): T will help you with a
thousand of the angels each
behind the other (following one
another) in succession"' [al-Anfal
8:9j. On that day when the armies
met (in battle), Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted, caused the
m u sh rikec n to be defeated; seventy
of their men were killed and
seventy were taken captive. The
Messenger of Allah ($&) consulted
Abu Bakr, 'A li and 'U m ar
(concerning the prisoners). Abu
Bakr said: O Prophet of Allah,
they are our cousins, kinsmen and
brothers. I think that you should

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accept a ransom for them, which
will strengthen us against the
k u ffa r , and perhaps Allah will
guide them to [slam and they will
become a support to us. The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
"What do you think, O son of alKhattab?" I said: No, by Allah. I
do not think as Abu Bakr thinks. I
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me so that I may strike his neck.
You should hand 'Aqeel over to
'Ali so that he may strike his
neck, and you should hand over
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so that he may strike his neck, so
that Allah will know that we have
no mercy in our hearts towards
the m u s h r ik e e t i ; these are their
prominent figures and leaders.
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inclined towards the view of Abu
Bakr, and he did not incline
towards what I said, and accepted
ransoms from them. The next day,
I came to the Prophet (sjg) and
found him with Abu Bakr, and
they were both weeping. I said: O
Messenger of Allah, tell me why
you and your companion are
weeping. If I find it is a cause for
weeping, I will weep too, and if it
is not, then I will make myself
weep with you. The Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) said: "I am weeping
because of what your companions
suggested about accepting a
ransom for the prisoners. I have
been shown your punishment as
close as this tree" - a tree that was
close to the Prophet of Allah (^ ).

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Then Allah revealed the words:
"It is not for a Prophet that he
should have prisoners of war (and
free them with ransom) until he
had made a great slaughter
(among his enemies) in the land.
You desire the good of this world
(i.e. the money of ransom for
freeing the captives), but Allah
desires (for you) the Hereafter.
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torment would have touched you
for what you took." [al-Anfal
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permitted to them, and when the
day of Uhud came the following
year, they were punished for
what they had done of taking the
ransom on the day of Badr.
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the Companions of the Prophet
deserted him; his front tooth was
broken and the helmet on his
head was broken, and blood
flowed down his face, and Allah
revealed the words: "When a
single d isaster sm ites you ,
a lth o u g h you sm o te (y o u r
enemies) with one twice as great,
you say: 'From where does this
come to us?' Say (to them), 'It is
from yourselves (because of your
evil deeds).' And Allah has power
over all things" JA1 'Imran 3:165].
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better for you), your hearts are
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what the Prophet (5^) likes)" [atTahreem 66:4], until 'Umar went
for H a jj and 1 went with him.
When we were partway there,
'Umar turned aside and I turned
aside with him, bringing the jug.
He relieved himself, then he came
to me and I poured water onto his
hands, and he did w ttdoo'. I said:
O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, who are
the two wives of the Prophet (3^)
of whom Allah said: "If you two
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repentance to Allah, (it will be
better for you), your hearts are
indeed so inclined (to oppose
what the Prophet (3^5) likes)" [atTahreem 66:4]? 'Umar said: How
strange of you, O lbn 'Abbas! [azZuhri said: By Allah, he did not
like the question, but he did not
conceal anything.] He said: They
were Hafsah and 'A'ishah. Then
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and said: We people of Quraish
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women, but when we came to
Madinah we found a people who
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from their women. My house was
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you? By Allah, the wives of the
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one of them will forsake him all
day until night comes. I went and
entered upon Hafsah, and I said:
Do you argue with the Messenger
of Allah (&;)? She said: Yes. I
said: Does one of you forsake him
all day until night comes? She
said: Yes. I said: Any one of you
who does that is doomed and
lost. Does any one of you feel
assured that Allah will not be
angry with her because of the
anger of His Messenger (# 3), for
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argue with the Messenger of
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'A'ishah. And 'Umar said: I had a
neighbour among the Ansar. We
used to take turns to go down to
the Messenger of Allah (^5 ). He
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would bring me the news of the
Revelation and other things, and I
would do likewise. We were
saying that Ghassan were shoeing
their horses to attack us. My
friend went down, then he came
to me at night and knocked on
my door, then he called out to
me. I went out to him and he
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more terrible than that and worse.
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wives! 1 said: Hafsah is doomed
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would happen. Then when 1 had
prayed F a jr, I got dressed, then I
went down and entered upon
Hafsah, who was weeping. I said:
Has the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
divorced you? She said: I do not
know. He has secluded himself in
this loft. I went to a black slave of
his and said: Ask for permission
for 'Umar to enter. He went in,
then he came out to me and said:
I mentioned you to him but he
did not say anything. I went
away and came to the minbar,
where I sat down. By it was a
group of people, some of whom
were weeping. I sat for a little
while, then I could not bear it any
longer, so I went to the slave and
said: Ask for permission for
'Umar to enter. He went in, then
he came out to me and said: I
mentioned you to him but he did
not say anything. I turned to
leave, then the slave called me
and said: Go in, he has given you
permission. So I went in and
greeted the Messenger of Allah
(*k) with s a la m . He was resting on
a reed mat that had left marks on
his side. I said: O Messenger of
Allah, have you divorced your
wives? He looked up at me and
said, "N o." I said: A lla h A k b a rl If
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wife one day, and she started to
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to please the eye except three
hides. 1 said: Pray to Allah, O
Messenger of Allah, to make life
prosperous for your u m m ah , for
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the Persians and Romans, but
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heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab (^)
say: When the Revelation came
down to the Messenger of Allah
a sound could be heard near
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raised his hands, then he said: "O
Allah, give us more (blessing) and
do not give us less; honour us
and do not humiliate us; give to
us and do not deprive us; give
precedence to us and do not give
others precedence over us; be
pleased with us and make us
pleased." Then he said: "Ten
verses have been revealed to me;
whoever adheres to them will
enter Paradise." Then he recited
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believers" [al-Mu'minoon 23:1]
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the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
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upset him. When he arrived he
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You have been guided to the
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governor in Makkah. 'Umar asked:
Whom have you appointed as your
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valley? He said: I have appointed
Tbn Abza over them. 'Umar said:
Who is Ibn Abza? Nafi' said: One
of our freed slaves. 'Umar said:
Have you appointed a freed slave
over them? Nafi' said: He has
great knowledge of the Book of
Allah, is well versed in the rules
of inheritance (al-fara'id ) and is a
(good) q a d i (judge), 'Umar said:
Indeed your Prophet ( ^ ) said,
"Allah raises some people (in
status) by means of this Book and
brings others low by means of it."
Comments: [Its two isn a d s are
saheeh, Muslim (817)]

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2 3 3 . It was narrated that AbulBakhtari said: 'Umar said to Abu
'Ubaidah bin al-Jarrah: Stretch out
your hand so that I may give my
allegiance to you, for I heard the
Messenger of Allah (^5 ) say: "You
are the trustee of this u m m a h ."
Abu 'Ubaidah said: I will not put
myself ahead of someone whom
the Messenger of Allah (^5 ) told
to lead us in prayer and he led us
in prayer until he [the Messenger
of Allah (3£)] died.
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because it is interrupted]
2 3 4 . It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (4*) said: The
Messenger of Allah (*£;) shared
out (some wealth) and 1 said: By
Allah, O Messenger of Allah,
others deserved to have it more
than these people. He said: "They
gave me the choice of having
them ask importunately or regard
me as a miser, and I am not a
miser."

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2 3 5 . It was narrated from Ibn
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Prophet ( ^ ) : Can one of us sleep
if he is j u n u b ? He said: "Yes, if he
does w u d o o ' as for prayer."
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2 3 6 . It was narrated from Ibn
'U m ar that 'U m ar asked the
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slippers. Ibn 'Umar said: Is it you
doing this? Sa'd said: Yes. They
both went to 'Umar and Sa'd said
to 'Umar, Give my brother's son a
fa tw n with regard to wiping over
leather slippers. 'U m ar said.
When we were with our Prophet
t e ) we used to wipe over our
leather slippers. Ibn 'Umar said:
Even if that is after one has
defecated and urinated? He said:
Yes, even if that is after one has
defecated and urinated. Nafi'
said: After that, Ibn 'Umar would
wipe over them and not take
them off, and he did not give a
time limit for that. I told that to
Ma'mar and he said: Ayyoob told
me something similar from Nafi'.

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2 3 8 , Malik bin Aws bin nlHadathan said: I exchanged some
silver for gold with Tnlhah tin
'Ubaidullah, and he said: Wait for
me until our storekeeper comes
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Khattab heard that and said: No,
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Allah (i^j) say: "'Gold for silver is
riba unless it is 'here, take this' and
'here, take this' [i.e., exchanged on
the spot]."
Comments: [Its fcn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (2134) and Muslim
(1586)]

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'Ubaidullah bin 'Abdullah bin
'Utbah said: When the apostates
apostatised at the time of Abu
Bakr, 'Umar said: How can you
fight the people, O Abu Bakr,
when the Messenger of Allah (jfe)
said: "I have been commanded to
fight the people until they say L a
ila h a illn llah (There is no god but
Allah), and whoever says L a ila h a
illaU ah, his wealth and his life are
protected from me except in cases
dictated by Islamic law, and his
reckoning will be with Allah"?
Abu Bakr said: By Allah, I will
most certainly fight those who
separate prayer and z ak ah , for z a k a h
is what is due on wealth. By Allah,
if they withhold from me a small
she-goat that they used to give to
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) , I will
certainly fight them for withholding
it. 'Umar bin ai-Khattab said: By
Allah, as soon as I saw that Allah
had opened Abu Bakr's heart to the
idea of fighting, 1 knew that he was
right.

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during a campaign I went on with
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) and I
swore an oath, saying, No, by my
father. A man behind me rebuked
me for that and said: "Do not
swear by your fathers." I turned
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($£) heard me swearing an oath by
my father, and said: "Allah forbids
you to swear by your fathers."
'Umar said: By Allah, I never swore
by my father after that, whether
saying it myself or narrating what
someone else had said.

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2 4 2 . It was narrated from 'Umar
(^fc) that the Messenger of Allah
( ^ ) granted a concession allowing
silk the width of two fingers.
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'Utbah bin Farqad and 'Umar (^)
wrote to him about things he
narrated from the Prophet (^.).
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said: "No one wears silk in this
world except one who will not
wear it in the Hereafter, except
this much," and he gestured with
his two fingers, the forefinger and
the middle finger. Abu 'Uthman
said: I thought this referred to the
edging of the ta y alisah (a shawl­
like garment) when we first saw
the ta y alisah .

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2 4 4 . It was narrated that Ya'la
bin Um ayyah said: I said to
'Umar bin al-Khattab: People are
shortening the prayer today, and
Allah says: "If you fear that the
disbelievers may put you in trial
(attack you)" [an-Nisa' 4:101], But
that time [i.e., time of fear] has
gone. He said: I wondered the
same thing as you are wondering,
and I asked the Messenger of
Allah (*jfe) about that. He said: "It
is a charity that Allah has
bestowed upon you, so accept His
charity."

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2 4 6 , It was narrated that 'Umar
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to be revealed was the verse on
riba, but the Messenger of Allah

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2 4 5 . 'Abdur - Razzaq told us, Ibn
Juraij told us, I heard 'Abdur­
Rahman bin 'Abdullah bin Abi
' A m m a r n a r r a t e . . . a n d he
mentioned [the same report].

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(■)&) passed away and did not
discuss it with us. So give up riba
and doubtful things.

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that the Prophet (3^) said: "The
deceased is tormented in his
grave because of the wailing for
him."

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2 4 8 . It was narrated from 'Umar
(.£>) that the Prophet ( ^ ) said:
"The deceased is torm ented
because of his family's crying for
him."

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2 5 0 . It was narrated that Anas
said: 'Um ar said: My opinion
coincided with that of my Lord in
three matters and my Lord
confirmed my opinion in three
matters. I said: O Messenger of
Allah, why don't you take Maqam

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2 4 9 . It was narrated that Yahya
said: I heard S a'eed bin alMusayyab (say) that 'Umar (jjfc)
said: Beware of neglecting the verse
of stoning, lest someone say, We do
not find two h a d d punishments in
the Book of Allah, for I saw the
Prophet (jfce) stone [adulterers] and
we stoned [adulterers] too.

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Ibraheem as a place of prayer?
Then Allah revealed the words:
"And take you (people) the Maqam
(place) of Ibraheem (Abraham) [or
the stone on which Ibraheem
(Abraham) -fcs stood while he was
building the Ka'bah] as a place of
prayer" [al-Baqarah 2:125]. And I
said: O Messenger of Allah, both
righteous and immoral people
enter upon you; why don't you tell
the Mothers of the Believers to
observe hijab? Then Allah revealed
the verse of hijab. And I heard that
the Prophet ($&) had rebuked some
of his wives, so I sought permission
to speak to the Mothers of the
Believers, then I entered upon
them and said to each one of them:
By Allah, either you stop, or Allah
will give His Messenger (wives)
who are better than you. 1 went to
one of his wives and she said: O
'Umar, don't you think that the
Messenger of Allah (&fe) is able to
exhort his wives? Why are you
exh ortin g them ? Then Allah
revealed the words: It may be if he
divorced you (all) that his Lord
will give him instead of you, wives
better than you" [at-Tahreem 66:5]

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2 5 1 , Abu Dhibyan told us: I
heard 'Abdullah bin az-Zubair
say: Do not let your women wear
silk, for I heard 'Umar narrate
from the Prophet (fe) that he
said: "Whoever wears silk in this
world will not wear it in the
Hereafter." And 'Abdullah bin azZubair added his own words:

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And whoever does not wear it in
the H ereafter will not enter
Paradise. Allah says: "and their
garments therein will be of silk"
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2 5 2 - It was narrated that ashSha'bi said: 'Um ar passed by
Talhah, and he narrated a similar
report. He said: 'Umar passed by
Talhah and saw him looking
worried. He said: Perhaps you are
upset because your cousin was
appointed (as caliph)? - referring
to Abu Bakr. He said; No, but by
Allah, I heard the Messenger of
Allah (*te) say: "I know a word
which, if a man says it when he is
dying, it will be light in the record
of his deeds, or he will find
comfort in it at the time of death."
'Umar said: I will tell you of it; it is
the word that he wanted his
paternal uncle to say, the testimony
that there is no god but Allah. He
said: It is as if a great burden has
been lifted from me. He said: You
are right. If he had known
anything better that it, he would
have instructed him to say it.

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sa h eeh when all its isn a d s are
taken together]
2 5 3 . It was narrated that Ya'la
bin Umayyah said: I did tazvaf
with 'Umar bin al-Khattab (4*),
and when he was at the corner
which is next to the door after the
[Black] Stone, I took his hand in

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order to touch (the comer). He
said; Didn't you do t a w a f with the
Messenger of Allah (j£r)? I said:
Yes. He said: Did you see him
touch it? I said: No. He said: Then
forget about it, for in the Messenger
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man from (the tribe of) Banu
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then I became Muslim. I thought
long and hard, and decided to
enter ih ran t for H a jj and T lm r a h . I
passed by Salman bin Rabee'ah
and Zaid bin Soohan in al-'Udhaib,
and one of them said: Are you
d o i n g b o t h of t h e m ? His
companion said to him: Let him
be; he is more misguided than his
camel! He [as-Subayy] said: It was
as if my cam el was on my
shoulders [i.e., because he was so
upset by their words], I went to
'Umar (.,&,) and told him about
that. 'Umar said to me: They did
not say anything (that matters);
you have been guided to the
S u n n a h of your Prophet (%,).

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2 5 5 . It was narrated from 'Umar
that he said: O Messenger of Allah,
I vowed during the Ja h iliy i/a h to
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"Fulfil your vow."

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2 5 6 . It was narrated that Subayy
bin Ma'bad al-Taghlibi said: I had
recently converted from Christianity
and I wanted to go for jihad or for
Hajj. I went to a man of my people
whose name was Hudaim, and
asked him, and he told me to do
Hajj. So I did qiran (Hajj and 'Umrah
together).

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2 5 7 . It was narrated that 'Umar
said: The prayer when travelling is
two rak'ahs, the prayer of ( Eid] ulAciha is two rak'ahs, the prayer of
[Eid] ul-Fitr is two rak'ahs and the
prayer of Jumu'ah is two rak'ahs,
complete not shortened, as stated
by Muhammad (s^). Sufyan said:
On one occasion Zubaid said: I
think he was narrating it from
'U m ar. 'A bdur-R ahm an said:
Without a doubt. Yazeed - i.e., bin
Haroon bin Abi Laila - said: I
heard 'Umar (*&).

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(*&), that he found a horse that he
had given to someone (for jih a d ) for
the sake of Allah being offered for
sale in the marketplace, and he
wanted to buy it. He asked the
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2 5 9 . It was narrated that Qais
said: I saw 'Umar (4 *) with a
leafless palm branch in his hand,
and he was telling the people sit
to down, saying: Listen to the
words of the successor of the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) . A freed
slave of Abu Bakr («>), whose
name was Shadeed, brought the
docum ent and read it to the
people. He said: Abu Bakr (4 s>)
says: Listen to and obey what is in
this document, for by Allah I am
very sincere towards you. Qais
said: And I saw 'Umar (.&) after
that on the minbar.

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2 6 0 . It was narrated that 'Imran
as-Sulami said: I asked Ibn 'Abbas
(4*) about nabeedh, and he said: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) forbade
nabeedh made in earthenware jars
and gourds. Then I met Ibn 'Umar
and asked him, and he told me - I
think it was from 'Umar (<&) - that
the Prophet (i^) forbade nabeedh
made in earthenw are jars and
gourds. Sufyan was not sure. Then
I met Ibn az-Zubairand asked him,
and he said: The Messenger of
Allah
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earthenware jars and gourds.
Comments: [A saheeh hadeeth]
2 6 1 . It was narrated from 'Ubaid
bin Adam, Abu Maryam and Abu
Shu'aib that 'Umar bin al-Khattab

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(4 °) was in al-Jabiyah and he
mentioned the conquest of BaitulMaqdis (Jerusalem). Then Abu
Salamah said: Abu Sinan told me,
from 'Ubaid bin Adam that he
said: I heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab
(4 b) say to Ka'b: Where do you
think I should pray? He said: If
you listen to me, you will pray
behind the rock and all of al-Quds
(Jerusalem) will be in front of you.
'Umar (4*) said: You are suggesting
something similar to the Jewish
way; rather I shall pray where the
Messenger of Allah ($gn;) prayed.
He went forward to the cjiblah and
prayed, then he came and spread
his upper garment and swept the
place, collecting garbage in his
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Allah (£fe) about k a la la h and he
said: "The verse that was revealed
in summer is sufficient for you." He
said: Had I asked the Messenger of
Allah (sfe) about it, that would have
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private parts and do w u d o o ' as for
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said: 1 said to Ibn 'Umar: Is the
deceased tormented because of the
weeping of this living one? He
said: 'Umar narrated to me from
the Messenger of Allah (sfe), and I
did not lie when narrating from
'Umar, and 'Um ar did not lie
when narrating from the Messenger
of Allah (^ ).
Comments: [Its isnad is salwell, alBukhari (1292) and Muslim
(927)]
2 6 5 . It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (4 t) said: When
Abu Bakr and I were with him, the
Messenger of Allah (sUg) passed by
'Abdullah bin Mas'ood, when he
was reciting [in prayer]. He stood
and listened to his recitation, then
'Abdullah bowed and prostrated,
and the Messenger of Allah ($^)
said: 'JAsk, you will be given; ask,
you will be given." Then the
Messenger of Allah (-fefe) went
away and said: "Whoever would
like to recite the Qur'an fresh as it
was revealed, let him learn it from
Ibn Umm 'Abd." Then I went at
night to 'Abdullah bin Mas'ood to
tell him the good news of what the
Messenger of Allah
had said,
and when I knocked on the door or he said: when he heard my
voice - he said: What brings you

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here at this time? 1 said: I have
come to tel] you the glad tidings of
what the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said. He said: Abu Bakr beat you
to it. I said: If he did that, he is
always ahead in doing righteous
deeds. We never competed in
doing good deeds but Abu Bakr
beat us to it.
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2 6 6 . It was narrated that Usair
bin Jabir said: When the people of
Yemen cam e, 'U m ar started
asking people in the group, Is
there anyone among you from
Qarcm, until he came to [the tribe
of] Qanm and said: Who are you?
They said: Qaran. Umar's reins or Uwais's reins - fell and one of
them picked them up and gave
them to the o th e r. 'U m a r
recognized him and said: What is
your name? He said: 1 am Uwais.
['Umar] said: Do you have a
m oth er? [U w ais] said : Yes.
['Umar] said: Did you have any
whiteness [leprosy]? He said: Yes,
but I prayed to Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted, and He took
it away, except for an area the
size of a dirham near my navel, so
that I would remember my Lord.
'Umar (Jt) said to him: Pray for
forgiveness for me. He said:
Rather you should pray for
forgiveness for me; you are the
Companion of the Messenger of
Allah (sfe;). 'Umar (*&■) said: I
heard the Messenger of Allah '($£?)
say: "The best of the Tabi'ccn will
be a man called Uwais who has a
m o th er, and he had som e

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whiteness, then he prayed to
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, and He took it away,
except for an area the size of a
d ir h a m near his navel." So he
prayed for forgiveness for him,
then he disappeared in a group of
people and no one knew where
he ended up. Then he (Uwais)
cam e to Koofah. We used to
gather in a circle, remembering
Allah, and he would sit with us,
and when he spoke of Allah, his
words would have an impact on
us like that of no one else. And he
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2 6 7 . It was narrated from Qais or
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mentioned a h a d e e t h similar to
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that TJmar bin al-Khattab said,
when Hafsah lamented for him: O
Hafsah. did you not hear the
Messenger of Allah (*£) say: "The
one who is lamented for will be
tormented"? And Suhaib lamented
for him, and 'Umar said: O Suhaib,
do you not know that "the one
who is lam ented for will be
tormented"?

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2 6 9 . It was narrated from Umm
'Amr the daughter of 'Abdullah
that she heard 'Abdullah bin azZubair narrate that he heard 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (^) delivering a
k h u t b a h . He ['Umar] said: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
"Whoever wears silk in this world
will not wear it in the Hereafter."
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whom was 'Umar bin al-Khattab,
and the best of them in my view
is 'Umar, testified before me that
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
"There is no prayer after two
prayers: after F a jr until the sun
has risen, and after 'A sr until the
sun has set."

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'Umar: You recite a verse which,
if it had been revealed among us,
we would have taken that dav as
a festival, 'Umar said: I know
where it was revealed, on what

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day it: was revealed and where
the Messenger of Allah (5^ ) was
when it was revealed. It was
revealed on the day of 'Arafah,
when the Messenger of Allah (^5 )
was standing in 'Arafah. Sufyan
said: I am not sure whether it was
a Friday or not, i.e., "This day, I
have perfected your religion for
you, completed My Favour upon
you, and have chosen for you
Islam as your relig ion " [alMa'idah 5:3],
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (4606) and Muslim
(3017)]
2 7 3 . It was narrated that Abu
M oosa said : I cam e to the
Messenger of Allah (jgs) when he
was in al-Batha' and he said:
"What did you enter ih ra m for?" I
said: I have entered ih ram for the
same as the Prophet ( ^ ) did. He
said : "H a v e you brought a
sacrificial animal?" I said: No. He
said: "Circumambulate the House
and go between as-Safa and alMarwah, then exit ih ra m .” So I
circumambulated the House and
went between as-Safa and alMarwah, then I went to a woman
of my people and she combed my
hair and washed my head. I used
to g i v e fa t w a s on that basis during
the caliphate of Abu Bakr (*&) and
'Umar. During one season when I
was performing H ajj, a man came
to me and said: You do not know
the latest f a t w a of Ameer al~
Mu'mineen concerning the H ajj. I
said: O people, if we gave a fa t w a .
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you, so follow him in perfoming
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of our Prophet, he did not exit
ilmwi until he offered the sacrifice.

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2 7 5 . It was narrated that 'Amr
bin Maimoon said: 'Umar (fi)
said [and 'Abdur-Razzaq said: 1
heard 'Umar (.&)]: The mushrikeen
used not to depart from Jam' until
the sun had risen on (the
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say, Shine, Thabeer, so that we
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2 7 6 . It was narrated that Ibn
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Allah, may He be exalted, sent
Muhammad ( ^ ) and sent down
the Book to him. Among that
which was revealed to him was
the verse of stoning. We recited it
and understood it. But 1 fear that
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the verse of stoning in the Book of
Allah, and as a result an obligation
th a t A llah re v e a le d will be
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punishment in the Book of Allah
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men and women, if they have been
married and if proof is established,
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confession.
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2 7 7 . 'Umar bin al-Khattab said: I
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reciting Sooratul-Furqan in prayer
in a manner other than I recited it,
and the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
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(^g) said: "Thus it was revealed."
Then he said to me: "Recite it." So
1 recited it and he said: "Thus it
was revealed. This Qur'an has
been revealed in seven modes of
recitation, so recite whatever is
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'Umar (4 o) said to me: Haven't I
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are given payment you do not
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it, otherwise do not hanker after
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said: "Give it in charity," and he
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Azhar, said: I attended E id with
'Umar bin al-Khattab (.*). He
came and prayed, then he stood
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These are two days when the
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horse for the sake of Allah, but its
owner neglected it. I thought that
he would sell it for a cheap price,
but I said to myself, not until I
ask the Messenger of Allah
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of protective jealousy, and when he
went out to pray,' Atikah bint Zaid
would follow him, although he did
not like her going out, but he did
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you for permission to pray [in the
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town but I would have divided it
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'Umar say: Do not make women's
dowries expensive, do not make
women's dowries expensive, for
had this been a sign of honour in
this world or piety before Allah,
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have been the Prophet (s&). The
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dowry]. And a man will go to
great trouble in order to offer a
high dowry to his wife. - On one
occasion he said: A man would
pay his wife a high dowry until
he feels resentment towards her
and says: You cost me everything
I own, even the string to tie a
waterskin and hang it up. He [the
narrator] said: I was a young
A rab boy w ith a non -A rab
mother, and I did not know what
a "string" was. ['Umar] said: And
another thing, you say of one who
is killed in your campaigns and
dies that So and so was killed as a
martyr, and So and so died as a
martyr. But perhaps he loaded the
back of his mount with gold and
silver for the purpose of trading.
So do not say that; rather say what
the Prophet [or what Muhammad]
(sfe) said: "Whoever is killed or
dies for the sake of Allah will be in
Paradise."
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2 8 6 . It was narrated that Abu
Fir as said: 'Umar bin al-Khattab
(sfe) g^ve a speech and said: O
people, we used to know you
when the Prophet (# 5) was among
us and revelation was coming
down to him; Allah would tell us
about you. But now the Prophet
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way to judge you is this: whoever
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for that, and whatever is in your
hearts is between you and your
Lord. There was a time when I
used to think that whoever learned
the Qur'an, seeking thereby Allah
and (the reward that) is with Him,
w ou ld be re w a rd e d in the
Hereafter, but some men learned
Qur'an seeking that which is with
people. So seek Allah by learning
Qur'an and by your good deeds.
By Allah, I do not send my workers
to strike you or seize your wealth;
rather I send them to you to leach
you your religion and Sutinah;
whoever has done to him some­
thing other than that, let him refer
it to me, for by the One in Whose
hand is my soul, I shall surely grant
him retaliation. 'Amr bin al-'As
stood up and said: O Ameer alMu'mineen, do you think if one of
the Muslims was in charge of some
people and he disciplined one of
them, would you allow that one to
settle the score with him? He said:
Ves, by the One in Whose hand is
the soul of 'Umar, I would most
certainly allow him to settle the
score with him. I saw the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) do that with regard to
himself. But do not strike the
Muslims and thus humiliate them,
and do not keep them away from
their wives on campaign for too
long and thus expose them to
temptation. Do not withhold from
them their due rights and cause
them to rebel; and do not make
them camp in an area with a lot of
trees, because that will cause them
to be scattered.

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2 8 7 . It was narrated that 'Abul'Ajfa' as-Su!ami said: I heard
'Umar say: Do not make women's
dow ries exp en sive,... and he
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we were waiting for the funeral of
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'Affan. 'Amr bin 'Uthman was also
present. Ibn 'Abbas came, led by a
guide, who told him where Ibn
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and we heard a voice from inside
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because of the cryin g of his
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with Ameer al-Mu'mineen 'Umar
until we came to some arid land,
where we found a man who had
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him and said: You told me to find
out for you who that man is; it is
Suhaib. He said: Tell him to join us.
I said: He has his family with him.
He said: Even if he has his family
with him [and perhaps Ayyoob
said on one occasion: Tell him to join
us]. When we came to Madinah, it
was not long before Ameer alMu'mineen ['Umar] was attacked.
Suhaib came, saying: O my brother,
O my friend! 'Umar said: Do you
not know, or have you not heard,
that the Messenger of Allah (sjg)
said: "The deceased is tormented
because of some of his family's
crying." 'Abdullah understood it
as general in meaning, but 'Umar
said: some of [their] weeping. I
went to 'A'ishah, and I told her
what Ibn 'Umar had said. She said:
No, by Allah, the Messenger of
Allah (sjte) did not say, "The
deceased is tormented because of
the weeping of anyone." Rather he
said: "Allah increases the torment
of the k a fir because of his family's
weeping, and that it is He (Allah)
Who makes (whom He wills)
laugh, and makes (whom He wills)
weep; 'And no bearer of burdens
shall bear another's burden' [AlAn'am 6:164]." Ayyoob said: Ibn
Abu Mulaikah said: al-Qasim bin
M uham m ad told m e: When
'A'ishah heard what 'Umar and
Ibn 'Umar had said, she said: You
are narrating to me from two who
are not liars and are not to be
suspected of being liars, but one
may mishear.

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2 8 9 . 'Abdullah bin Abi Mulaikah
narrated... and he mentioned a
hadeeth similar to that of Ayyoob,
except that he said: Ibn 'Umar
said to 'Amr bin 'Uthman, when
he was facing him: Why don't
you tell them not to weep? For
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2 9 1 . It was narrated that Ibn
'Abbas said: 'Umar ( * ) said: I was
marching with a group of people
on a campaign with the Messenger
of Allah, and I swore, saying: No,
by my father. A man behind me
called out: "Do not swear by your
fathers." I turned around and saw
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2 9 0 . 'Abdullah bin Abi Mulaikah
said: A daughter of 'Uthman bin
'Affan died in Makkah and Ibn
'Umar and Ibn 'Abbas attended her
funeral. I was sitting between them
and Ibn 'Umar said to 'Amr bin
'Uthman, who was facing him: Why
don't you tell them not to weep? For
I heard the Messenger of Allah (i£)
say: "The deceased is tormented
because of his family's weeping for
him." And he mentioned a hadeeth
similar to that of Isma'eel from
Ayyoob from Ibn Abu Mulaikah.

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2 9 2 . It was narrated that Malik
bin Aws bin al-Hadathan said:
'Umar would swear an oath three
times, saying: By Allah, no one has
more right to this wealth than
anyone else, I have no more right
to it than anyone else; there is no
Muslim who does not have a share
in this wealth, except a slave, but it
is to be divided according to our
categories in the light of the Book
of Allah and our closeness to the
Messenger of Allah (#;). Thus it is
to be given on the basis of a man's
efforts for the sake of Islam, his
seniority in Islam, his support for
Islam, and his need. By Allah, if I
live, a shepherd in the mountains
of San'a' will get his share of that
wealth when he is tending his
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2 9 3 . Abul-Mukhariq Zuhair bin
Salim narrated that 'Umair bin Sa'd
al-Ansari was appointed by 'Umar
as governor of Hims... and he
mentioned the h n d eeth . 'Umar said
to Ka'b: I am going to ask you
about something, so do not hide it
from me. [Ka'b] said: By Allah 1
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for the u m m ah of Muhammad (^g)?
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2 9 5 . It was narrated that 'Amr bin
Maimoon said: I heard 'Umar bin alKhattab say: The people of lah iliy y ah
used not to move on from Jam' until
they saw the sun shining on (the
mountain of) Thabeer, and they
would say: Shine Thabeer, then we
will move on sw iftly. So the
Messenger of Allah (3&) moved on
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2 9 6 . It was narrated from alM iswar bin M akhram ah and
'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Abdul-Qari
that they heard Umar bin alKhattab say: I passed by Hisham
bin Hakeem bin Hizam when he
was reciting S ooratal-Furqan
d u rin g the life tim e of the
Messenger of Allah (3^ ). I listened
to his recitation and he was reciting
in a manner different from the way
in which the Messenger of Allah
(ife) had taught me to recite it. I
was about to interrupt him whilst
he was praying, but I waited until
he finished his prayer, and then 1
tied his garment around his neck. I
said to him: Who taught you this
soorah that you are reciting? He
said: The Messenger of Allah (£te)
taught it to me, I said to him: You
are lying by Allah! He taught me
this soorah that you recited. I
brought him to the Messenger of
Allah ($&) and said, 'O Messenger
of Allah, I heard this man reciting
Sooratal-Furqan in a way different
to the way you taught it to me, and
you taught me Sooratal-Furqan.
The Prophet (*2$) said: Let him go,
O 'Umar! Recite it, O Hisham. So
he recited it to him as I had heard
him recite it. The Messenger of
Allah
said, "Thus it was
revealed." Then he said to me,
"Recite it," so I recited it and he
said, "Thus it was revealed." Then
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2 9 7 * It was narrated from alM isw ar bin M akhram ah and
'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Abdul-Qari
that they heard Umar bin alKhattab say: I passed by Hisham
bin Hakeem bin Hizam when he
was reciting Sooratal-Fu rq an
d u rin g th e life tim e of the
Messenger of Allah (&?,). I listened
to his recitation and he was reciting
in a way different from the way in
which the Messenger of Allah (#?)
had taught me to recite it. I was
about to interrupt him whilst he
was praying, but I waited until he
said the ta sleem , and when he had
said the ta sleem ,... and he narrated
a similar report.

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2 9 8 . It was narrated that Ibn
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Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
"Whoever among you is seeking
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odd-numbered nights of the last
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Why don't you appoint a successor?
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is better than me did not do it
either, namely the Messenger of
Allah (#;); if I do that, one who is
better than me did it too, namely
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(1823)]
3 0 0 . 'Alqamah bin Waqqas alLaithi said that he heard 'Umar bin
al-Khattab (4 b) addressing the
people, and he said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah (s%) say:
"Action is but by intention and
each person will have but that
which he intended. So whoever
migrated for the sake of Allah and
His Messenger, then his migration
was for the sake of Allah and His
Messenger; whoever migrated for
some worldly purpose or for the
sake of a woman whom he could
marry, his migration was for the
purpose for which he migrated."

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3 0 1 . It was narrated from 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (4 t) that he said:
Wear izars and rida's and wear
shoes, but take off boots and pants;
throw away the stirrups and jump
onto your mounts. You should wear
rough clothes and practise archery,
and keep away from luxury and the
dress of the non-Arabs. Beware of
silk, for the Messenger of Allah ($&)
forbade it and said: "Do not wear
silk except this much" - and the
Messenger of Allah (^5 ) gestured
with two fingers.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (5829) and Muslim
(2069)]
3 0 2 . It was narrated from Sa'eed
bin al-Musayyab that 'Umar bin
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overlooking the verse of stoning
and (do not let) anyone say: 'We
do not find two h a d d punishments
in the Book of Allah, for I saw the
Messenger of Allah (3*3) stone
[adulterers] and we stoned [them]
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3 0 3 . Al-'Awwam narrated: an old
man who was guarding the coast
told me: I met Abu Salih, the freed
slave of 'Umar bin al-Khattab (.£)
and he said: 'Umar bin al-Khattab
(*#.) told us that the Messenger of
Allah ($£?;) said: "There is no night
in which the sea does not approach
the land three times and ask Allah
for permission to flood it, but
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, restrains it."
Comments: [Its isnad is da'eef]
3 0 4 , It was narrated that Anas bin
Seereen said: I asked Ibn 'Umar
about his wife whom he divorced.
He said: I divorced her when she
was m enstruating, and I told
'Umar about that, and he told the
Prophet (3^), who said: "Tell him
to take her back, then when she
becomes pure, he may divorce her
when she is pure/' He said: So I
took her back, then I divorced her
when she was pure. I said: Was
that divorce that you gave her
w hen she w as m en stru atin g
counted as such?" He said: Why
wouldn't I count it? It must be
counted even if I failed and acted
foolishly.

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(1471)]
3 0 5 . It was narrated that Abul'Ala' ash-Shami said: Abu Umamah
put on a new garment and when it
reached his collarbone he said:
Praise be to Allah Who has clothed
me with that which conceals my
'a w r a h and with which I may
beautify myself in my life. Then he
said: I heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab
(4 *) say: The Messenger of Allah
(3&0 said: "Whoever gets a new
garment, and puts it on and says,
when it reaches his collarbone,
'Praise be to Allah Who has clothed
me with that which conceals my
'n w ra h and with which 1 may
beautify myself in my life/ then
takes the garment that is worn out or that he took off - and gives it in
charity, will be in the care of Allah,
may He be exalted, and under the
protection of Allah in life and in
death, in life and in death, in life
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3 0 6 . It was narrated from Ibn
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(4 e) said: I asked the Messenger of
Allah (s^): O Messenger of Allah,
if one of us wants to sleep before
doing g h u s l when he is j ii m ib ,
what should he do? He said: "Let
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bin al-Khattab
in al-Baqee',
looking for the new moon, when a
rider came and was met by 'Umar
(4$, who said: Where have you
come from? He said: From the
Bedouins. He said: Have you
sighted the moon? He said: Yes.
'Umar said: A llah A k b a ri Verily one
man's (testimony) is enough for the
Muslims. Then 'Umar got up and
did w u d oo', and he wiped over his
leather slippers, then he prayed
M ag h rib . Then he said: This is what I
saw the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) do.
Abun-Nadr said; He was wearing
a ju b b a h with tight sleeves, and he
brought his arm out from beneath it
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bin Asad went out from Tahiyah,
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'Umar (4-0 saw him and realized he
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land of which I heard the Messenger
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called Oman at the edge of the sea;
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my envoy goes to them, they will
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'Whoever humbles himself before
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sitting beneath the minbar of 'Umar
(4 &) when he was addressing the
people, and he said in his khutbalr. I
heard the Messenger of Allah (*w)
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verse: "And (remember) when
your Lord brought forth from the
Children of Adam, from their
loins" [al-A'raf 7:172]. 'Umar (-£.)
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"Allah created Adam, then He
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loins and brought forth from him
his offspring and said: I have
created these for Paradise and they
will do the deeds of the people of
Paradise. Then He passed (His
hand) over his loins and brought
forth from him his offspring and
said: I have created these for Hell
and they will do the deeds of the
people of Hell." A man said: O
Messenger of Allah, why then
should we strive? The Messenger
of Allah (^;) said: "When Allah
creates a person for Paradise, He
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people of Paradise until he dies
doing one of the deeds of the
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to Paradise thereby. And when He
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father that one of the companions of
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the mosque one Friday when
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and addressing the people. 'Umar
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the comer. Ya'la said: I was next to
the House and when I reached the
western corner which is next to the
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touch it and he said: What is the
matter with you? I said: Aren't
you going to touch it? He said:
Did you not do t a w a f with the
Messenger of Allah ($^)? I said:
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him touch these two western
comers? I said: No. He said: Don't
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wanted to exchange them. Talhah
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of Allah (j^) say: "Silver for gold is
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Hatim said: I came to Umar bin alKhattab with some of my people
and he starting giving to each man
of Tayy two thousand, and he
ignored me. I tried to come in
front of him and he turned away
from me, then I came from the
direction he was facing and he
turned away from me. Then I said:
O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, do you
recognize me? He smiled and
leaned backwards, then he said:
Yes, by Allah! 1 know that you
believed when they disbelieved,
and you came when they turned
away, and you remained loyal
when they betrayed. The first
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(5&). Then he began to apologize,
then he said: I am only giving to
people who are extremely poor
and they are the leaders of their
tribes and have responsibilities.
Comments: [Saheeh, because of corroborating evidence, al-Bukhari (1605)]
3 1 7 . It was narrated from Zaid bin
Aslam, from his father who said: I
heard 'Umar bin al-Khattab (<&) say:
Why are we running now and
uncovering our shoulders [in taw af],
when Allah has caused Islam to
prevail and has eliminated k u fr and
its people? Whatever the case, we
will never give up something that
we did at the time of the Messenger
of Allah (a&).
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is hasan , al-Bukhari (1605)]
3 1 8 . It was narrated that AbulAswad ai-Deeli said: When I came
to Madinah, sickness was occurring
in the city. 'Abdus-Samad said:
They were dying quickly. 1 sat with
'Umar bin al-Khattab (4 *) and a
funeral passed by. Good things
were said about (the deceased) and
'Umar (.&) said: It is due. Then
another (funeral) passed by; good
things w ere said about (the
deceased) and he said: It is due.
Then another funeral passed by;
bad things were said about the
deceased and 'Umar said: It is due.
I said: What is due, O Ameer alMu'mineen? He said: I say what the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "Any
Muslim in whose favour four
people testify, Allah will admit him
to Paradise." We said: Or three? He

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3 1 9 . Abu Hurairah said: Whilst
'Umar bin al-Khattab (4b) was
delivering a k h u tb a h , a man came
and sat down. 'Umar said: Why are
you coming late to Ju m u 'a h ? The
man said: O Ameer al-Mu'mineen,
as soon as I heard the call I did
un tdoo', then I came. 'Umar S o
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the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) say:
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that Ibn 'Abbas said in Basrah: I
was the first one to come to 'Umar
(*&) when he was stabbed. He said:
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fear that the people will not come
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not pass any judgement regarding
kalalah and I did not appoint any
successor to be in charge of the
people after me, and every slave of
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their affairs, the Prophet of Allah
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someone, one who is better than
me did that, namely Abu Bakr
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glad tidings of Paradise; you
accompanied the Messenger of
Allah (gte), your companionship
with him was long; you were
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b e lie v e rs and you sh o w ed
strength and fulfilled the trust. He
said: As for your glad tidings to
me of Paradise - 'Affan [another
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had the entire world and all that is
in it, I would give it as a ransom
from the terror of what lies before
me, even before knowing the
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Allah ( ^ ) , that is true.
Comments: [Its isn ad is snheeh]
3 2 3 . It was narrated that Abu
Umamah bin Sahl said: 'Umar
wrote to Abu 'Ubaidah bin al-Jarrah
[saying]: Teach your children
swimming and teach your fighters
archery. (After that) they used to
practise archery frequently, then a
stray arrow came and killed a boy,
and no one knew where it came
from; he was under the care of his
maternal uncle. Abu 'Ubaidah
wrote to 'Umar about that [asking];
To whom should I pay his d iyah?
'Umar (-&) wrote back telling him
that the Messenger of Allah (sgg)
used to say: "A llah and His
Messenger are the m aw la (guardian)
of the one who has no maxula, and
the maternal uncle is the heir of the
one who has no heir."

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3 2 4 . It was narrated that 'Umar
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loyalty (w ala') of a freed slave (to
his former master) is passed on to
the one who inherits his wealth,
father or son."

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stone and cannot cause harm or
bring benefit. Were it not that I saw
the Messenger of Allah (#;) kiss
you, 1 would not have kissed you.
Then he leant down and kissed it.

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3 2 7 . It was narrated that 'Umar
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "Whoever says in a market­
place, 'There is no god but Allah
alone, with no partner or associate;
His is the dominion, to Him all
praise is due, all goodness is in His
hand, He grants life and death and
He has power over all things/ Allah
will record for him one thousand
thousand good deeds and will erase
from him one thousand thousand
bad deeds, and will build a house
for him in Paradise."
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3 2 6 . Dujain Abul-Ghusn, who
was from Basrah, said: I came to
Madinah and met Aslam, the freed
slave of'Umar bin al-Khattab (.&). I
said: Tell me (a report) from 'Umar.
He said: I cannot; I am afraid that I
will add or subtract something. If
we said to 'Umar, Tell us some­
thing from the Messenger of Allah
(sfe), he would say: I am afraid that
I may add or subtract a letter. The
Messenger of Allah (% ) said:
"Whoever tells a lie about me will
be in Hell."
Comments: [S ah eeh because of
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3 2 8 . 'Umar bin al-Khattab (4*)
said: On the day of Khaibar, a
group of the companions of the
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and so is a martyr, So and so is a
martyr, until they passed by a
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3 3 0 . It was narrated from Nafi'
that 'Umar (.&) added to the mosque
the area between the pillar and the
enclosure, and 'Uthman (4*) added
[something to the mosque]. 'Umar
said: Were it not for the fact that I
heard the Messenger of Allah (sgg)
say; "W e want to extend our
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3 3 1 . It was narrated from 'Umar
that he said: Allah, may He be
g lo rifie d and e x a lte d , sen t
Muhammad ( ^ ) with the truth,
and He sent down with him the
Book. One of the things that were
revealed to him was the verse of
stoning. The Messenger of Allah
stoned [adulterers] and we stoned
[them] after him. Then he said: We
used to recite, "Do not forsake your
real father (and attribute yourself to
someone else), for this is an act of
ku fr if you do that, or it is an act of
ku fr to forsake your real father (and
attribute yourself to someone else)."
And the Messenger of Allah (^ )
said: "Do not praise me as the son of
Maryam was praised; rather I am a
slave, so say: His slave and His
Messenger." Perhaps Ma'mar said:
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'Umar (4*) sent word to me... and
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(4c) died, people wept for him.
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Allah (jfe) said: "The deceased is
tormented because of the weeping
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Messenger of Allah (*fe) died and
some people apostatised, 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (4&) said: O Abu
Bakr, how can you fight the
people, when the Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) said: "I have been
commanded to fight the people
until they say L a i la h a illa lla h
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from me, and his reckoning will be
with Allah"? Abu Bakr said: I will
most certainly fight those who
separate prayer and z a k a h , for zakah
is what is due on wealth. By Allah,
if they withhold from me a small
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the Messenger of Allah (jfc), I will
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holding it. 'Umar (^) said: By Allah,
as soon as I saw that Allah had
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of fighting, I knew that he was right.
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3 3 6 . It was narrated that 'Umar
said: The Messenger of Allah ($&)
said: "We are not to be inherited
from; what we leave behind is
charity."
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(1757)]
3 3 7 . It was narrated that Malik bin
Aws said: 'Umar (4>) sent for me...
and he mentioned a similar had eeth .
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Allah granted to His Messenger for
which the Muslims m ade no
expedition with either cavalry or
camelry (cf. al-Hashr 59:6). He
allocated some of it for his family's
maintenance for one year, and what
was left he spent on horses and
weapons in preparation for jih a d for
the sake of Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted.
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3 3 8 . It was narrated from 'Asim
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(-&>) say: Do not make women's
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years. Then when we were in
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himself, then he came after relieving
himself and 1 poured water for him.
I said: O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, who
are the two women who helped one
another against the Messenger of
Allah (s^y11 ? He said: 'A'ishah
and Hafsah (4&).

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any of his daughters in marriage
or marry any of his wives for
more than tw elve O o q i y y a h .
Furthermore, you say during your
campaigns: So and so was killed
as a martyr, So and so died as a
martyr, but perhaps he loaded his
mount's back with gold and
silver, hoping to do trade. So do
not say that; rath er say as
Muhammad
said: "Whoever
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that 'Umar (^ ) stood up to
deliver a k h u tb a h . He praised and
glorified Allah, then he mentioned
the Prophet of Allah (3^5) and Abu
Bakr (.&), then he said: "I have
seen a dream, in which I saw
myself being pecked by a rooster
twice, and I think it signals my
death. The people are telling me
to appoint a caliph after me. Allah
will not cause His caliphate or His
religion to be lost, or that with
which He sent His Prophet. If I
die, then the caliphate is to be
decided by a council of these six
men with whom the Messenger of
Allah (S&) was pleased when he
died, then whichever of them you
swear allegiance to, listen to him
and obey. I know that there are
some men who will seek to
undermine this matter, and I have
fought them with these two hands
of mine in support of Islam. If
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enemies of Allah, the misguided
disbelievers. By Allah, 1 am not
leaving behind anything of more
concern to me than k a l a l a h . 1
asked the Prophet of Allah
about it and he never spoke to me
in such a harsh manner as he did
with regard to that, to such an
extent that he poked me in the
chest or side with his hand or his
finger and said: "O 'Umar! The
verse at the end of Soorat anN isa' th at w as rev ealed in
summer is sufficient for you." If 1
live, 1 will pass a judgement
concerning it that no one who
reads Qur'an or who does not
read Qur'an will dispute. Then
'Umar said: O Allah, bear witness
concerning the governors of the
regions; 1 sent them to teach the
people their religion and the
S u n n a h of their Prophet, and to
divide the f a i ’ among them, and
to judge between them on a fair
basis, and whatever they found
difficult they were to refer to me.
Then he said: O people, you eat
tw o p lants that I think are
nothing but distasteful, this garlic
and onion. At the time of the
Messenger of Allah (5^5), I would
see that if the smell of these
things was found on a man, he
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led out to al-Baqee'. Whoever
must eat them, let him cook them
to death. 'Umar (^ ) said this in a
k h u t b a h on F rid ay , and was
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3 4 2 . It was narrated from Abu
Moosa that 'Umar (4®) said: It was
the Sunnah of the Messenger of
Allah (sfe;), i.e., tamattu' (in Hajj),
but I am afraid that they will
have intimate relations with them
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trees, then they will bring them
for Hajj.
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Muslim (1222)]
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Abi Sufyan, Ibn Hasanah, Khalid
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(*&) said: If fighting occurs, then
your commander is Abu 'Ubaidah.
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facing death; and we asked him for
reinforcements. He wrote to us,
saying: I have received your letter
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Allah, may He be glorified and
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prevail on the day of Badr with
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this letter of mine reaches you,
fight them without referring back
to me. So we fought them, and we
defeated them , pursuing and
killing them for four parasangs,
and we acquired wealth (booty).
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compete with me (in a horse race)?
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don't get angry. Then he beat him,
and I saw the two braids of Abu
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3 4 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
2aid said: I came to Madinah and
entered upon Salim bin 'Abdullah,
and I was wearing a silkjubbah. Salim
said to me: What are you doing with
this garment? I heard my father
narrate from 'Umar bin al-Khattab
(*&) that the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "Silk is only wom by one who
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3 4 6 . It was narrated from 'Amr
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case was referred to 'Umar bin alKhattab (*&), who ruled that the
m u rd e re r sh o u ld p ay one
hundred camels [as d iy a h ]: thirty
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forty five-year-old she-camels. He
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said: 'Umar (*&) took thirty threeyear-old she-camels, thirty fouryear-old she-camels and forty she
camels between the ages of five
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pregnant, then he called the
brother of the one who had been
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to his father. And he said: I heard
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3 4 9 . It was narrated that Malik
bin Aws bin al-Hadathan said: ah
'Abbas and 'Ali came to 'Umar
(->) with a dispute. A 1-'Abbas
said: Judge between me and this
one. And the people said: Judge
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between them; they know that the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said; "We
are not to be inherited from; what
we leave behind is charity."
[Its isn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (2904) and Muslim
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One of the last verses to be
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and when the Messenger of Allah
(&$) died, he had not explained it.
So avoid rib a and any dubious
matter,
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man said to him: Do not rush in
giving f a t i v a s , for you do not
know what Ameer ai-Mu'mineen
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do not like [the people] to have
intercourse with [their wives]
beneath the o ra k trees and go out
to H ajj with their heads dripping
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Rahman bin 'Awf said: 'Umar bin
al-Khattab (^) did Hajj and
wanted to deliver a speech to the
people. 'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf
said: The uneducated people are
gathered around you, so delay it
until you come to Madinah. When
he came to Madinah, I got close to
him when he was on the minbar
and I heard him saying: Some
people are saying, Why should
we stone [adulterers]? In the book
of Allah it only mentions flogging.
But the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
stoned [adulterers] and we stoned
[them] after him. Were it not that
people would say, You have
inserted something into the Book
of Allah that is not part of it, I
would have inserted it as it was
revealed.
Comments: [Its isn ad is sahech, alBukhari (2462) and Muslim
(1691)1
3 5 3 . It was narrated that Simak
bin Harb said: I heard an-Nu'man
- i.e., bin Basheer - say: 'Umar (^)
mentioned what the people had
acquired of worldly gains and
said: I saw the Messenger of Allah
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3 5 4 . It was narrated from Ibn
'Umar, from his father, that the
Prophet ( ^ ) said: "The deceased
is tormented in his grave because
of being wailed over/' Al-Hajjaj
said: "...because of the wailing
over him."
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (1292) and Muslim
(927)]
3 5 5 . It was narrated that Qatadah
said: I heard Rufai' AbuJ-'Aliyah
narrate from Ibn 'Abbas: A man
told me - Shu'bah said: I think he
said: one of the Companions of the
Prophet (ife) The most admired
of them to me is Umar bin alKhattab (<&): The Messenger of
Allah (5 3 ) forbade praying at two
times: after 'Asr until the sun sets
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said: I heard Abu 'Uthman anNahdi say: The letter of 'Umar
came to us when we were in
Adhrabeejan with 'U tbah bin
Farqad, or in Syria, (saying): The
Messenger of Allah (jg) forbade
silk except so much - two fingers.
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(2069)]
3 5 7 . It was narrated that Qatadah
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Ibn 'Umar say: 'Umar (4 >) asked
the Messenger of Allah (*&): If I
become ju n u b at night; what
should I do? He said: "Wash your
private part then do wttdoo' then go
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prayed Fajr when he was in Jam'.
Abu Dawood said: We were with
'Umar in Jam', and he said: The
mushrikoon used not to move on
until the sun rose, and they would
say: Shine, (Mount) Thabeer. The
Prophet of Allah (3^5) differed
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Salamah bin Kuhail said: I heard
Abul-Hakam said: I asked Ibn
'Umar about earthenware jars and
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that the M essenger of Allah
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earthenware jars, gourds, and
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3 6 1 . It w as n a rra te d th at
'Abdullah bin Sarjis said: I saw
the bald one - meaning 'Umar bin
al-Khattab (*&>) - kissing the Black
Stone and saying: I know that you
are only a stone, but I saw the
Messenger of Allah (#,) kiss you.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (1597) and Muslim
(1270)1

3 6 2 . It w as n a rra te d that
Juwairiyyah bin Qudamah said: I
did H a jj and I came to Madinah
the year 'Umar was stabbed. He
gave a speech and said: I dreamt
that a red rooster pecked me once
or twice - Shu'bah was not certain
- and what happened was that he
was stabbed. The people were
given permission to enter upon
him. The first ones to enter upon
him were the Companions of the
Prophet (?fe), then the people of
M adinah, then the people of
Syria. Then permission was given
to the people of Iraq, and I was
among those who entered upon
him. Every time people entered
upon him, they praised him and
wept. When we entered upon
him, he had wrapped his stomach
with a black turban cloth, and

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blood was flowing. We said: Give
us some advice; and no one asked
him for advice except us. He said:
You have to adhere to the Book of
Allah, for you will never go
astray so long as you follow it.
We said: Advise us. He said: I
urge you to be kind to the
M u h a jir c e n , for the people will
increase in number and they will
decrease. And I advise you to be
kind to the A n sa r, for they are the
people of Islam with whom Islam
sought refuge. And I advise you
to be kind to the Bedouin, for
they are your origin and your
strength. And I advise you be
kind to the non-Muslim people
under your rule (a h lu d h -d h im m a li ),
for they have a covenant with
your Prophet and they give you a
source of income. You may leave
now. And he did not say any
more to us than these words,
M uham m ad bin Ja 'fa r said:
Shu'bah said: Then after that I
asked him and he said concerning
the Bedouin: I advise you to be
kind to the Bedouin, for they are
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3 6 3 . It w as n a rra te d th at
Juwairiyyah bin Qudamah said: I
did H ajj and I came to Madinah the
year 'Umar was stabbed. He gave a
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a week later, he was stabbed. And
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except that he said: And I advise
you be kind to the non-Muslim
people under your rule (ahludhdhimmah), and honour the covenant
of your Prophet Then 1 asked him
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'Abbas (&) that he said: Some
men of good character, among
whom was 'Umar, who is the best
of them in my view, testified in
my presence that the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) forbade praying
after F n jr prayer until the sun
rose, and after JAsr prayer until it
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the width of two fingers or three
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3 6 6 . It was narrated from Ibn
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Prophet (-S&) said: "The deceased
is tormented in his grave because
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al-Khattab (*&) told me: Whilst we
were with the Messenger of Allah
(3k) one day, a man came to us
whose garment was exceedingly
w hite and w hose h air was
exceedingly black, and we did not
see any signs of travel on him,
and none of us knew who he was.
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what is Islam? The Messenger of
Allah (3^) said: "Islam means to
bear witness that there is no god
except Allah and that Muhammad
is the Messenger of Allah, to
establish regular prayer, to pay
z a k a h , to fast Ramadan and to
perform pilgrimage to the House
(the Ka'bah), if you have the
m ean s." He said: You have
spoken the truth. He ('Umar) said:
It amazed us, how he questioned
him and said that he had spoken
the truth. He said: Tell me about
faith (Eentatt ). He said: "Faith is to
believe in Allah, His angels, His
Books, His Messengers, the Last
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divine will and decree), both good
and b a d /' He said: You have
spoken the truth. He said: Tell me
about i h s a n : w hat is i h s a n ? Yazeed said: - "It is to worship
Allah as if you can see Him, for
although you cannot see Him, He
sees you." He said: Tell me about
the Hour. He said: ""The one who
is asked about it does not know
more than the one who is asking."
He said: Then tell me about its
signs. He said: "When the slave
woman gives birth to her mistress,
and when you see the barefoot,
n a k ed , d e s titu te sh ep h erd s
competing in the construction of
lofty buildings." He ['Umar] said:
Then he went away. He ['Umar]
waited for a while - Yazeed said:
three (days). Then he (the Prophet
(oefe)) said to me: "O 'Umar, do you
know who that questioner was?" I
said: Allah and His Messenger
know best. He said: "That was
Jibreel, who came to you to teach
you your religion."

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3 6 8 . Ibn 'Umar said: 'Umar (^ )
told us: We were sitting with the
Messenger of Allah (jfe)... and he
m entioned the sam e U a d e e t h ,
except that he said: No signs of
travel were to be seen on him. And
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three (days), then the Messenger
of Allah Ggs) said: "O 'Umar..."
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3 6 9 . It was narrated that Abu
Nadrah said: I said to Jabir bin
'Abdullah: Ibn az-Zubair ( ^ )
forbids ta m a ttu ' (in hajj) and Ibn
'Abbas enjoins it. He said to me: I
knew about this issue. We did
ta m a ttu ' with the Messenger of
Allah (sfej - 'Affan said: And with
Abu Bakr - then when 'Umar (.&)
became Caliph, he addressed the
people and said: The Qur'an is
still the Qur'an and the Messenger
of Allah ($gz) is the Messenger.
There were two m u t'a h s at the
time of the Messenger of Allah
(3&); one of them was the m u t ’aft
of H a jj (i.e., ta m a ttu ') and the
other was m u t'ah with women.

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3 7 0 . It was narrated from Abu
Tameem that he heard 'Umar bin
al-Khattab (^) say: I heard the
Prophet (^g) say: "If you truly put
your trust in Allah, He would
provide for you as He provides
for the birds: they go out with
empty stomachs and come back
with full stomachs."

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charge of the zakah, and when 1
had finished with it and handed it
over to him, he ordered that I be
given some remuneration. I said: I
only did it for the sake of Allah

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and my reward is with Allah. He
said: Take what is given to you. I
was appointed to do some work
at the time of the Messenger of
Allah (&c) and he gave me some
remuneration, and I said the same
as you have said, but the Messenger
of Allah (j&) said to me: "If you are
given something without asking
for it, then take it and give some in
charity."

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3 7 2 . It was narrated from 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (^ ) that he said: I
got excited one day and kissed [my
wife] when I was fasting. I came to
the Messenger of Allah (£&) and
said: Today I have done a horrible
thing: I kissed [my wife] when I was
fasting. The Messenger of Allah (£&)
said: "What do you think if you
rinse your mouth with water when
you are fasting?" I said: There is
nothing wrong with that. The
Messenger of Allah (#;) said:
"Then why [are you worried]?"

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3 7 3 . 'Abdullah bin Hubairah
said: I heard Abu Tameem alJaishani say: I heard 'Umar bin alKhattab (i$e) say: I heard the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) say: "If
you really put your trust in Allah,
He would provide for you as He
provides for the birds. Do you not
see that they go out with empty
stomachs and come back with full
stomachs?"

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Comments: [A saheeh hadeelh]

3 7 4 . It was narrated that Ibn
Ya'mar said: I said to Ibn "Umar:
We travel to different countries and
we meet people who say there is no
q a d a r (divine decree). Ibn 'Umar
said: If you meet them, tell them
that 'Abdullah bin 'Um ar has
nothing to do with them and they
have nothing to do with him - three
times. Then he started narrating:
Whilst we were with the Messenger
of Allah (3&), there came a man.,,
and he described his appearance.
The Messenger of Allah (s&) said:
Come closer, so he came closer. He
said: Come closer, so he came
closer. He said: Come closer, so he
came closer, until his knees were
nearly touching [the Prophet's]
knees. Then he said: O Messenger
of Allah, tell me what is faith [or:
about faith]. He said: "To believe
in Allah, His Angels, His Books,
His Messengers, the Last Day, and
to believe in a l - q a d a r - Sufyan
said: I think he said: "... both good
and bad." He said: What is Islam?
He said: "To establish prayer, pay
z akah , perform pilgrimage to the
House, to fast Ramadan and to do
g h u s l in the case of ja n a b a h ." For
all of that, he [the stranger] said:
You are right, you are right. The
people said: We never saw any
man show more respect to the
Messenger of Allah (s&) than this
man did. It was as if he was
teaching the Messenger of Allah
(3&,). Then he said: O Messenger of

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Allah, tell me about ih sa n . He said:
“It is to worship Allah as if you
see Him, for even if you do not see
Him, He sees you." For all of that
we said: We never saw any man
sh o w m o re r e s p e c t to the
Messenger of Allah (£s) than this
man did; he said: You are right,
you are right. He said: Tell me
about the Hour. He said: "The one
who is asked about it does not
know more about it than one who
is asking." He said: You are right.
He said it several times, and we
never saw any man show more
respect to the Messenger of Allah
(*fe) than this man did. Then he
left. Sufyan said: I heard that the
Messenger of Allah (5^) said:
"Look for him," but they did not
find him. He said: "That was
J i b r e d who came to you to teach
you your religion. He never came
to me in any form but I recognised
him, except for this form."

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3 7 5 . It was narrated that Ibn
Ya'mar said: I asked Ibn 'Umar - or
a man asked him: We travel in this
land and we meet people who say,
There is no q a d a r (divine decree).
Ibn 'Umar said: If you meet those
people, tell them that 'Abdullah
bin 'Umar has nothing to do with
them and they have nothing to do
with him - he said it three times.
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with the Messenger of Allah ($&), a
man came and said: O Messenger
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said: "Come closer/' So he came a
little closer, then he said: O
Messenger of Allah, may I come
closer? He said: "Come closer." So
he came a little closer, then he said:
O Messenger of Allah, may I come
closer? He said: "Come closer." So
he came a little closer until his
knees were almost touching the
knees of the Messenger of Allah
(#=;). Then he said: O Messenger of
Allah, what is faith? - and he
mentioned a similar report.

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3 7 6 . It was narrated that 'Umar
bin al-Khattab (V) said: The
Messenger of Allah (i^) said:
"Whoever shades the head of a
warrior, Allah will shade him on
the Day of Resurrection; whoever
equips a warrior until he is fully
equipped, will have a reward like
his; whoever builds a mosque in
which the Name of Allah is
mentioned, Allah will build for
him a house in Paradise."

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bin al-Khattab (■&) - 'Abdullah
said: My father attributed it to the
Prophet (5^) - said: "Whoever
misses any part of his w ir d or
portion (of prayer or Qur' an) at
night and reads it between F a jr
prayer and Z u h r , it will be as if he
read it at night."

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bin al-Khattab said: Before the
prohibition of khamr was revealed,
'Umar said: O Allah, give us a
clear ruling on khamr. Then the
verse which is in Soorat alBaqarah was revealed: "They ask
you
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gambling. Say: 'In them is a great
sin../" [al-Baqarah 2:219]. 'Umar
was summoned and it was recited
to him. He said: O Allah, give us a
clear ruling on khamr, and the
verse which is in Soorat an-Nisa'
was revealed: "O you who believe!
Approach not As-Salah (the prayer)
when you are in a drunken state..."
[an-Nisa' 4:43]. When the iqamoh for
prayer was given, the caller of the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) would call
out: Do not approach the prayer
drunk. 'Umar was summoned and
it was recited to him. He said: O
Allah, give us a clear ruling on
khamr, and this verse was revealed
then Umar was summoned and
recited to him when he reached
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[al-Ma'idah 5:91], Then 'Um ar
said: We abstain, we abstain.
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3 7 9 . It was narrated from Subayy
bin Ma'bad that he was a Taghlibi
Christian, then he became Muslim
and asked which deed is best? He
was told: J i h a d for the sake of
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted. He wanted to go fo r;iM ,
but he was asked: Have you done
H a jj ? He said: No. It was said to
him: Do H ajj and 'U m rah , then go
for jih a d . So he entered ih ram for
both of them together, then he met
Zaid bin Soohan and Salman bin
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misguided than his camel, or he is
no more guided than his camel.
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said: My father told me that 'Umar
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who takes back his charity is that of
one who goes back to his vomit."

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used not to move on from Jam' until
they said: Shine, Thabeer, so that we
may move on quickly. When the
Messenger of Allah (j^) came, he
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3 8 6 . It was narrated from Ibn
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me: I heard the Messenger of
Allah (3^) say: "The deceased is
tormented because of the weeping
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3 8 7 . It was narrated that Ibn
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the Messenger of Allah (-&) wipe
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seek refuge with Allah from
miserliness, cowardice, the torment
of the grave, the feebleness of old
age and diseases of the heart (such as
envy, hatred, and wrong 'aqeedah).
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passed by and they said good
things (about the deceased). He
said: It is due. Then another funeral
passed by and they said good
things (about the deceased). He
said: It is due. Then another funeral
passed by and they said good
things (about the deceased). He
said: It is due. Then another funeral
passed by and they said: This man
was the most dishonest of people.
He said: The most dishonest of
people is the one who tells the most
lies about Allah, and the next worst
is the one who is dishonest with his
soul in his body. They said: What
do you think if four people testify?
He said: It is due. They said: Or
three? He said: If they are three, it
is due. They said: Or two? He said:
It is due, and if I had asked about
one, that would have been dearer
to me than red camels. It was said
to 'Umar: Is this something that
you are saying on the basis of your
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Allah (£*)? He said: No; rather it is
something that I heard from the
Messenger of Allah (jfe).

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3 9 0 . It was n a rr a t e d that
'Abayah bin Rifa'ah said: 'Umar
(*&) heard that when Sa'd built
the palace, he said: Now there
will be no more noise. 'Umar sent
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d irh am . It was said to Sa'd: A man
has done such and such. He said;
That is Muhammad bin Maslamah.
He went out to him and swore by
Allah that he never said that. He
said: We will convey from you
what you have said and we will do
as we were instructed. So he
burned the door. Then he [Sa'd]
offered some supplies (to the
envoy) but he refused. He left at
midday and went to 'Umar (*&),
and he went and came back within
nineteen days. He said: Were it not
that I think well of you, I would
have thought that you did not
convey my message. He said: Yes I
did convey it; he conveys his sa lam
and apologises, and he swore by
Allah that he did not say that. He
said : Did he give you any
provisions? He said: No. He said:
What prevented you from supplying
[sufficient] provisions to me
yourself? He said: 1 did not want to
instruct that you be given the cold
whilst I had the hot [i.e., I could not
have given you what you wanted of
food and enjoyed plentiful food
myself], when around me are the
people of Madinah who are starving,
for I heard the Messenger of Allah
(5^) say: "No man should eat his
fill when his neighbour is going
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3 9 1 . It w as n a rra te d from
'Ubaidullah bin 'Abdullah bin
'Utbah bin M as'ood that Ibn
'Abbas told him that 'A bdur­
Rahman bin 'Awf went back to
where he had halted. Ibn 'Abbas
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Rahman bin 'Awf, and he found
me waiting for him. That was in
M ina d u rin g the la s t H a j j
perform ed by 'U m ar bin alKhattab (<&). 'Abdur-Rahman bin
'Awf said: A man came to 'Umar
bin al-Khattab and said: So and so
is saying: If 'Umar (.&) dies, I will
swear allegiance to So and so.
'Umar (.&) said: I will stand before
the people today and warn them
against these people who want to
deprive them of their rights.
'Abdur-Rahman said: I said: O
Ameer al-Mu'mineen, do not do
that, for the H a jj season brings
together the riffraff and rabble
among the people, and most of the
people who gather around and
listen to you will be of that type. If
you stand before the people, I am
afraid that you will say something
that they will spread and not
understand it properly or interpret
it properly. Rather wait until you
come to Madinah, for it is the land
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can say what you want to say with
confidence; they will understand
what you say and will interpret it
correctly. 'Umar (*&) said: If I reach
Madinah safe and sound,. I shall
certainly talk to the people there in
the first speech I deliver. When we
came to Madinah at the end of
Dhul-I lijjah, it was a Friday. I set
out early. 'Umar did not care at
what time he went out, because he
did not pay attention to heat and
cold and so on. I found Sa'eed bin
Zaid at the right-hand corner of the
minbar, he had got there before me.
I sat down next to him, with my
knee touching his knee, and it was
not long before 'Umar (^ ) came.
When I saw him, I said: He will
certainly speak today on this
m in b a r and say something that no
one ever heard before. Sa'eed bin
Zaid objected to that and said:
What do you think he will say that
no one said before? 'Umar
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on the m in bar, and when the
m u 'd h d h in fell silent, he stood up
and praised and glorified Allah as
He deserves, then he said: To
proceed. O people, I am going to
tell you something that it has been
decreed I should say. I do not
know, perhaps it may signal my
death. So whoever understands it
and remembers it, let him narrate it
to others wherever his mount takes
him; whoever does not understand
it, it is not permissible for him to
tell lies about me. Allah, may He
be blessed and exalted, sent
Muhammad (*gg) with the truth
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revealed to him was the verse of
stoning [adulterers]. We read it
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of Allah ($ss) stoned [adulterers!
and we stoned [adulterers] after
him. But I fear that with the
passage of time, some people will
say: We do not find the verse of
stoning in the Book of Allah, thus
they will go astray by forsaking an
obligation that Allah revealed.
Stoning is the due punishment in
the Book of Allah for those who
com m it zin a, both men and
women, if they have been married
and if proof is established, or there
is a pregnancy or a confession. And
we used to recite: Do not claim to
be the offspring of anyone other
than your fathers, as it is disbelief
(or ingratitude) on your part to
claim to be the offspring of anyone
other than your fathers. Verily the
Messenger of Allah (s&) said: '"Do
not praise me excessively as 'Eesa,
the son of Maryam, was praised;
rather I am the slave of Allah, so
say: the slave of Allah and His
Messenger.'" I have heard that
some among you are saying: If
'Umar (*#>) dies, I shall swear
allegiance to So and so. No man
should deceive himself by saying
that the oath of allegiance to Abu
Bakr was given suddenly and it was
successful. There is no doubt that
this is the case, but Allah, may He
be glorified and exalted, saved the
people from its bad consequences
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Bakr (.*,). What happened to us
when the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
died was that 'Ali, az-Zubair and
those who were with them stayed
behind in the house of Fatimah, the
daughter of the Messenger of Allah
and all the Ansar stayed behind
and gathered in Saqeefat Banu
Sa'idah, whilst the M uhajireen
gathered around Abu Bakr (<&). I
said to him: O Abu Bakr, let us go to
our brothers, the Ansar. So we set
out, looking for them, then we were
met by two righteous men who told
us what the people had done, and
said: Where are you going, O
Muhajireen? I said: We are looking
for these brothers of ours, the Ansar.
They said: You should not go near
them; do w hatever you have
already decided, O Muhajireen. 1
said: By Allah, we will go to them.
So we carried on until we came to
them in Saqeefat Banu Sa'idah,
where we found them gathered and
among them was a man wrapped
up [in a garment], I said: Who is
this? They said: Sa'd bin 'Ubadah. 1
said: What is the matter with him?
They said: He is sick. After we sat
down, their spokesman stood up
and praised and glorified Allah,
may He glorified and exalted, as He
deserves, then he said: To proceed.
We are the supporters (Ansar) of
Allah and the majority of the
Muslim army. You, O Muhajireen,
are a small group among us. Some
of you came to us, wanting to deny
who we are and prevent us from
attaining a position of authority.
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present a speech that I had prepared

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and that I liked in front of Abu Bakr
(4 b). I used to avoid provoking him
and he was more forbearing and
more dignified than me. But Abu
Bakr (*&) said: Wait a while. I did
not like to make him angry, and he
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dignified than me, By Allah, he did
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speech I had prepared but he said
something like it or better, speaking
spontaneously, until he finished
speaking. Then he said: To proceed.
Whatever you have mentioned
about your achievem ents and
virtues, is correct. The Arabs would
not acknowledge the leadership of
anyone except someone from this
tribe of Quraish, for they are the best
of the Arabs in lineage and location.
I am pleased to suggest to you one
of these two men, whichever of
them you want. Then he took hold
of my hand and the hand of Abu
'Ubaidah bin al-Jarrah, and I
disliked nothing of what he had said
apart from this, for by Allah, I
would rather have my neck struck
for no sin on my part than to
become the leader of people among
whom was Abu Bakr (.&), unless my
own self suggested something at the
time of death. One of the A n sa r said:
I am the post on which the camel
with a skin disease scratches itself
and I am like a high class palm tree
[i.e., a noble]; [I suggest] a ruler
from among us and a ruler from
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am the post on which the camel
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mean? He said: It is as if he is saying,
I am the smart one who has the
answer. - Then there was a great
deal of clamour and raised voices, to
such an extent that I feared there
would be a conflict, so I said: Hold
out your hand, O Abu Bakr. So he
held out his hand and I swore
allegiance to him, and the M u h ajireen
swore allegiance to him, then the
A n sa r swore allegiance to him. Thus
we surrounded Sa'd bin 'Ubadah.
One of them said: You have killed
Sa'd. 1said: May Allah kill Sa'd! And
'Umar (-&>) said: By Allah, we never
encountered any problem greater
than tire swearing of allegiance to
Abu Bakr (^). We were afraid that if
we left the people without having
sworn allegiance to anyone, they
might swear allegiance after we
were gone, so we would either
follow in their footsteps and swear
allegiance to someone we were not
pleased with, or we would disagree
with them and that would cause
trouble. If anyone swears allegiance
to a leader without consulting the
Muslims, there is no allegiance for
him and no allegiance to the one
who swore allegiance to him, lest
both of them be killed.
Malik said: Ibn Shihab told me,
from 'Urwah bin az-Zubair, that
the men whom they met were
'Uwaim bin Sa'idah and Ma'n bin
'Adiyy. Ibn Shihab said: Sa'eed bin
abMusayyab told me that the one
who said, I am the post on which
the camel with a skin disease
scratches itself and lam like a high
class palm tree, was al-Hubab bin
al-Mundhir.

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Comments: [Its isnad is sahceh, al-Bukhari (2462) and Muslim (1691)]
3 9 2 . It was narrated from Yahya
bin Sa'eed that he heard Anas bin
Malik say: The Messenger of
Allah (jfc;) said: " Shall I not tell
you of the best tribe of the Ansar?
Banun-Najjar, then Banu 'AbdulAshhal, then Banul-Harith bin alKhazraj, then Banu Sa'idah." and
he said: "In each tribe of the
Ansar there is goodness/'
Comments: [Its isnad is sahceh, alBukhari (5300) and Muslim
(2511)]
3 9 3 . It was narrated that Ibn
'Umar (4*) said: The Messenger of
Allah (ife) said: "The two parties
to a transaction have the option
(of cancelling it) so long as they
have not parted or there is a
condition which gives the option
to cancel."
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (2107) and Muslim
(1531)1
3 9 4 . It was narrated from Ibn
'Umar that the Messenger of Allah
(*§5 ) forbade selling the offspring of
the offspring that is still in the
womb of a camel.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (2143) and Muslim
(1514)]

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he takes possession of all of it."
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worked out for the slave, and his
partners should be given their
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otherwise he has freed only what
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3 9 9 . It was narrated that Yazeed
said: Ibn 'Abbas (&) said to us: I
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made you take al-Anfal, which is one
of al-Mathani (the seven long
soorahs), and Bara'ah, which is one
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hundred verses or thereabouts), and
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not write - Ibn Ja'far said: A line
between them saying BismiHahirRahmanir-Raheem - and you put
them with the seven long ones?
What made you do that? 'Uthman
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would be revealed (incomplete) to
the Messenger of Allah
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was part of it, but we thought that
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4 0 1 . It was narrated from Aban
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that the Prophet (j&) said: "The
pilgrim in ih ra m should not get
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anything to him about that. 'Ali
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4 0 3 . It was narrated from 'Uthman
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wudoo' washing each part of the
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(4e) said: The Messenger of Allah
( d ) said: "Whoever does wudoo' as
Allah, may he be glorified and
exalted, has commanded him, the
prescribed prayers will be an
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Fajr prayer in congregation, it is
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thought that it was that day (when
he was killed).

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409. It was narrated from 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (4 °) that the Prophet (sfe)
said: "Whoever prays 'Ishti' in
congregation is like one who spent
half the night in prayer, and
whoever prays F ajr in congregation
is like one who spent the entire
night in prayer."

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slave of the Qurashis, narrated that
'Uthman (^) bought some land
from a man and the man did not
seek payment for it. Then he met
him and he said to him: What
prevented you from coming and
taking your money? He said: You
were unfair to me; I never met
anyone but he blamed me. 'Uthman
said: Is this the reason? He said: Yes.
'Uthman said: Then choose between
your land or your money. Then
'Uthman said: The Messenger of
Allah (5^) said: "Allah/ may He be
glorified and exalted, admitted to
Paradise a man who was easy­
going in buying and selling, when
paying off debt and when asking
for a debt that was owed to him."
Comments: [A hadeeth that is hasan
because of corroborating evidence].

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4 1 1 . It was narrated that 'Alqamah
said; I was with Ibn Mas'ood when
he was with 'Uthman (<&). 'Uthman
(4 j said to him: Do you still feel any
desire towards women? When
women were mentioned, Ibn Mas'ood
said: Come closer, 'Alqamah. I was
a young man (at that time). 'Uthman
(^) said to him: The Messenger of
Allah (jys) came out to some young
men of the M u h a jir e e n and said:
"W'hoever among you has the
means to get married, let him do
so, for it is more effective in
lowering the gaze and guarding
chastity; whoever cannot (do that),
then fasting is a shield for him."
Comments: [A sah eeh hadeeth]

4 1 2 - It w as n a rra te d from
'Uthman bin 'Affan
that the
Prophet (sfc) said: "The best of you
is the one who teaches Qur'an or
learns it." Muhammad bin Ja'far
and Hajjaj said: Abu 'A bdur­
Rahman said: That is what made
me sit in this place (i.e., become a
teacher). Hajjaj said: Shu'bah said:
Abu 'Abdur-Rahman did not hear
(it) from 'Uthman (^) or from
'Abdullah, but he heard it from 'Ali
(*&). My father said and Bahz said:
(It was narrated from) Shu'bah
who said: 'Alqamah bin Marthad
told me: "The best of you is the one
who learns Qur'an and teaches it."
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh , alBukhari (5028)]

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4 1 3 . 'Affan told us: Shu'bah told
us: 'Alqamah bin Marthad told
me... and he said in it: "Whoever
learns the Qur'an or teaches it."

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from 'Uthman bin 'Affan ( from
the Prophet ($£;) who said: "A man
was easy-going when buying and
selling, and when paying his dues
and asking for what he was owe
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arms three times each, and wiped
his head and the tops of his feet,
then he smiled and said to his
companions: Aren't you going to
ask me what made me smile?
They said: What made you smile,
O Ameer al-Mu'mineen? He said: I
saw the Messenger of Allah (jfe)
call for water near this spot, then
he did w u d oo ' as I have done it,
then he smiled and said: "Aren't
you going to ask me what made
me smile?" They said: What made
you smile, O Messenger of Allah?
He said: "If a person calls for
(water for) w u d oo', then he washes
his face, Allah will remove from
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with his face; when he washes his
arms, the same applies; when he
wipes his head, the same applies;
when he purifies his feet, the same
applies/'

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4 1 6 . It was narrated from alHasan bin Sa'd, the freed slave of
Hasan bin 'Ali, that Rabah said:
My m asters m arried me to a
Roman slave girl of theirs. I was
intimate with her and she bore me
a boy who was black like me and I
named him 'Abdullah. Then I was
intimate with her again and she
bore me a boy who was black like
me, and I named him 'Ubaidullah.
Then she was corrupted by a
Roman slave of my masters, whose
name was Yuhannas and he spoke
to her in their language. Then she
gave birth to a boy who looked like
a lizard (i.e., was very fair). I said to
her: What is this? She said: He is
the child of Yohannas. So we
referred the case to Ameer alMu'mineen 'Uthman (.&) - Mahdi
said: I think he said: And he asked
them both - and they confessed. He
said: Will you agree to me passing
judgement between you according
to the judgement of the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ )? He said: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) ruled that
the child be attributed to the
(husband of the) woman, and the
fornicator gets nothing. Mahdi
said: and I think he said: He
flogged her and him, and they
were both slaves.

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4 1 7 . It was narrated from Rabah...
he mentioned a similar h a d e e lh . He
said: I took them to Ameer alMu'mineen 'Uthman bin 'Affan
(v$i), who said: The Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) ruled that the child be
attributed to (the husband of) the
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4 1 9 . It was narrated from Humran,
the freed slave of 'Uthman, that he
saw 'Uthman (dh) call for a vessel,...
and he mentioned a similar report.

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4 2 0 . It was narrated that Abu
Salamah bin 'Abdul-Rahman said:
'Uthman (^ ) looked out from the
house when he was under siege
and said: I adjure by Allah anyone
w ho w as p re s e n t w ith the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ), on the day
of H ira'f when the mountain shook
beneath his feet; he kicked it with
his foot and said: "Be still, H ira',
there is no one on you but a Prophet,
a Siddeeq or a martyr/' and I was
with him. And some men testified to
what he said. Then he said: I adjure
by Allah anyone who was present
with the Messenger of Allah ($ k ) on
the day of B ai'atu 1-Ridzuan, when he
had sent me to the m u sh r ik ee n , the
people of Makkah; he said, "This is
my hand and this is the hand of
'Uthman/' and he swore allegiance
on my behalf. And some men
testified to what he said. Then he
said: I adjure by Allah anyone who
was present when the Messenger
of Allah (#;) said: "Who will
expand the mosque by incorporating
this house into it, in return for a
house in Paradise?" and I bought it
with my wealth and expanded the
mosque by incorporating it into it.
And some men testified to what he
said. Then he said: I adjure by
A llah an y o n e w ho saw the
Messenger of Allah (j&;) on the day
of the army of hardship (i.e.,
T ab o o k ), when he said: "Who will
spend today a spending that will
be accepted by A llah?" and I

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243

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equipped half of the army with my
wealth. And some men testified to
what he said. Then he said; I adjure
by Allah anyone who saw the
water of Roomah (a well) being
sold to wayfarers, then I bought it
with my own wealth and gave it to
wayfarers for free." And some men
testified to what he said.
Comments: [A saheeh hadeeth]
4 2 1 . It was narrated that Humran
bin Aban said: I saw 'Uthman bin
'Affan (4h) do wudoo'. He poured
water onto his hands three times
and washed them, then he rinsed
his mouth and nose, then he
washed his face three times, then
he washed his right arm up to the
elbow three times, then the left arm
likewise, then he wiped his head,
then he washed his right foot three
times, then the left foot likewise.
He said; I saw the Messenger of
Allah ($&;) do wudoo' similar to
what I just did, then he said;
"Whoever does wudoo' as I just did,
then prays two rak'ahs without
letting his mind w ander, his
previous sins will be forgiven."

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4 2 2 . It was narrated that Nubaih
bin W ahb sa id : 'U m a r bin
'Ubaidullah sent word to Aban bin
'Uthman (4b), (to ask) whether he
could apply something to his eyes
when he was in ihram - or (to ask)
what he could apply to his eyes
when he was in ihram. He sent
word back to him telling him that

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244

he could apply aloes to them, and
I heard 'Uthman bin Affan (.&)
narrating that from the Messenger
of Allah ( 3 3 k ) .

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4 2 3 . It was narrated from 'Uthman
bin 'Affan that the Prophet (jg*)
said: "Whoever knows that prayer
is an obligatory duty will enter
Paradise."
Com m ents: [Its is n a d is d a 'eef,
because Abdul-Malik bin Ubaid
is unknown]

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al-Musnyyab said: 'Uthman went
for H ajj, and when he was halfway
there, ' Ali was informed that
'Uthman had told his companions
not to do tam attu'. 'Ali said to his
companions: When he sets out, set
out too. 'Ali and his companions
entered ih r a m for ‘ U m r a h , and
'Uthman did not say anything to
them. 'Ali said: Have I not been
told that you have forbidden
t a m a ttu '? Didn't the Messenger of
Allah ($*) do t a m a ttu '? He (the
narrator) said: I do not know what
answer 'Uthman (4 i) gave.
C om m ents: [A h a d e e t h s a h c c h ,
Muslim (1223)]

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4 2 5 . It was narrated that Malik
bin Aws bin al-Hadathan said:
'Umar bin al-Khattab (4 *) sent for
me, and whilst I was like that, his
freed slave Yarfa' came and said:
'Uthman, 'Abdur-Rahman, Sa'd
and az-Zubair bin al-'Awwam are
here - (the narrator) said: I do not
know w hether he mentioned
Talhah or not - and they are
asking for permission to enter
upon you. He said: Let them in.
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and said: a 1-'Abbas and 'Ali are
asking permission to enter upon
you. He said: Let them in. When al'Abbas came in, he said: O Ameer
al-Mu'mineen, judge between me
and this one. They had a dispute
at that time concerning the f a i '
(booty) that Allah had granted to
His Messenger of the wealth of
Banun-Nadeer, The people said:
Judge between them, O Ameer alMu'mineen, and relieve each one
of his opponent, for their dispute
has gone on too long. 'Umar (4 *)
said: I adjure you by Allah, by
Whose Leave heaven and earth
exist, do you know that the
Messenger of Allah ($te.) said, "We
are not to be inherited from; what
we leave behind is charity"? They
said: He did say that. He said: I
shall tell you about that f a i ’; Allah,
may He be glorified and exalted,
gave something exclusively to His
Prophet ($fe) that He did not give
to anyone else. And he quoted the
verse: "And what Allah gave as
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they reminded the people. I heard
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w u d oo'; he poured water onto his
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you how the Messenger of Allah
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bin Aban said: We were with
'Uthman bin 'Affan (-&); he called
for water and did w u d oo '. When he
had finished his w u d o o ', he smiled
and said: Do you know why I
smiled? He said: The Messenger of
Allah (&z) did w u d o o ' as 1 just did
wudoo', then he smiled and said:
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does w udoo' and completes his
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said something and 'Ali (.&) said to
him: You know that the Messenger
of Allah (-^) did that. 'Uthman (4 ®)
said: Yes, but we were in a state of
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hadeeih that I heard from the
Messenger of Allah (^g); nothing
kept me from telling it to you
except the fact that I care for you, I
heard the Messenger of Allah
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for the sake of Allah, may He be
exalted, is better than a thousand
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people. And I heard them say: The
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the sacrificial meat to be left after
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and he heard me rinsing my
mouth. 1 le said: O Muhammad! I
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tell you about the w u d o o ' of the
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entrance of the house, from which
his words could be heard in alBalat. He went to that entrance,
then came out to us and said:

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just now. We said: Allah will
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would they kill me? I heard the
Messenger of Allah (# 3) say: "It is
not permissible (to shed) the blood
of a Muslim except in three cases: if
a man disbelieves after becoming
Muslim, or commits z in a after
being married, or kills someone
and is executed in return." By
Allah, I have never wished to
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you something and i would like
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people and he gave precedence to
Banu Hashim over all of Quraish?
The people fell silent, then 'Uthman
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them to Banu Umayyah [his own
clan] so that they could all, down
to the last man, enter it. Then he
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about him - i.e. Ammar? 1 was
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The Prophet ( ^ ) said to him: "Be
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4 4 0 . It was narrated from 'Uthman
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Allah (£ t) said: 'Everything apart
from the shade of a house, a sack
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'aw rnh and water, anything more
than that the son of Adam has no
right to."
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4 4 1 . It was narrated that an old
man of T h a q e e f - Humaid said that
he was righteous - said that his
paternal uncle told him that he
saw 'Uthman (^ ) sitting at the
second door of the mosque of the
Messenger of Allah ($%). He called
for a shoulder [of an animal] and
ate its meat, then he got up and
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4 4 3 . ' Abdul l ah bin ' Abdur ­
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from his father that 'Uthman bin
'Affan (4fe) prayed four r a k ’ahs in
Mina and the people objected to
that. He said: O people, I have taken
a wife in Makkah since I came here,
and I heard the Messenger of Allah
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4 4 2 . It was narrated that Abu
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said: I heard 'Uthman in Mina
saying: O people, I shall tell you a
k a d e e t h that I heard from the
Messenger of Allah (sfe). He said:
"Standing guard on the border for
one day for the sake of Allah is
better than one thousand ordinary
days, so let a man stand on guard at
the border as much as he wants."
['Uthman] said: Have I conveyed
[the message]? They said: Yes. He
said: O Allah, bear witness.

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bin 'Uthman that his father said:
The Messenger of Allah (s^) said:
"Whoever says 'In the Name of
Allah, with Whose name nothing
on earth or in heaven can cause
harm, and He is the All-Hearing,
All-Knowing,' nothing will harm
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4 4 5 . Moosa bin Wardan narrated
from Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab
from 'Uthman bin 'Affan
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4 4 4 . Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab said:
I heard 'Uthman (*&) delivering a
k h u tb a h from the m in b a r. He said:
I used to buy dates from one of
the Jewish clans who were called
Banu Qainuqa', and sell them at a
profit. News of that reached the
Messenger of Allah (sgfe) who said:
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your dues with nothing extra, and
when you sell, give (the other
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4 4 7 . It was n arrated from
Hurman bin Aban that 'Utliman
bin 'Affan (^>) said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah
say: "I
know a word which no one says,
sincerely from the heart, but he
will be forbidden to the Fire."
'Umar bin al-Khattab (*&) said to
him: I will tell you what it is: it is
the word of a l-ik h la s by means of
which Allah, may He be blessed
and exalted, caused Muhammad
($&) and his companions to
prevail and it is the word of taqwa
that the Prophet of Allah (£fe)
urged his uncle Abu Talib to say
when he was dying, the testimony
that there is no god but Allah.

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4 4 8 . Abu Salamah narrated that
'Ata' bin Yasar told him that Zaid
bin Khalid al-Juhani told him that
he asked 'Uthman bin 'Affan
What do you think if a man has
intercourse with his wife but does
not ejaculate? 'Uthman (■*') said:
He should do w u d oo ' as for prayer
and wash his private part. And
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the Messenger of Allah (^e); I
asked 'Ali bin Abi Talib, az-Zubair
bin a l-'A w w am , T alh ah bin
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about that, and they told him to do
the same.
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4 4 9 . 'Ubaid bin Abi Qurrah said:
I heard Malik bin Anas say: "We
raise whom We will in degrees"
[al-An'am 6:83]. He said: [i.e.] by
means of knowledge. I said: Who
told you that? He said: Zaid bin
Aslam said that.
Com m ents: [The i s n a d of this
report going back to Zaid bin
Aslam is sahech]
4 5 0 . It was narrated that 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (& ) said: A man came
to the Prophet (^g) and said: O
Messenger of Allah, I prayed but I
do not know whether I did an
even number [of ra k 'a h s] or an odd
number. The Messenger of Allah
said: "Beware lest the Shaitan
toy with you in your prayer.
Whoever among you prays and
does not know whether he did an
even number [of ra k 'a h s] or an odd
number, let him prostrate twice,
for that will complete his prayer."
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bin Ma'bad said: Yazeed bin Abi
Kabshah led us in praying ‘A s r ,
then he turned to us after the
prayer and said: I prayed with
Marwan bin al-Hakam and he did
two prostrations like these, then he
turned to us and told us that he
prayed with 'Uthman (4fe), who
narrated from the Prophet (?&;)...
and he mentioned a similar report.

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4 5 2 . It was narrated from Nafi',
from Ibn 'Umar, that 'Uthman A )
looked out at his companions
when he was under siege and said:
Why do you want to kill me? I
heard the Messenger of Allah (■$*)
say: "It is not permissible to shed
the blood of a Muslim man except
in one of three cases: a man who
commits zirm after being married, so
he is to be stoned; or a man who
killed deliberately (committed
murder), so he is to be killed in
retaliation; or a man who apostatised
after having become Muslim, so he is
to be executed." By Allah, I never
committed zma either during the
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anyone such that my life should be
taken in retaliation; and I never
apostatised since I became Muslim. I
bear witness that there is no god but
Allah and that Muhammad is His
slave and His Messenger.

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4 5 3 . It was narrated from Abu
Dharr that he came and asked
permission to enter upon 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (,&-). He gave him
permission and he had a stick in his
hand. 'Uthman (.&,) said: O Ka'b,
'Abdur-Rahman has died and left
behind wealth, What do you think
of him? He said: If he paid the dues
of Allah, then that is fine. Abu Dliarr
raised his stick and struck Ka'b, and
said: I heard the Messenger of Allah
(fe) say: "I would not like to have
this mountain in gold and spend it
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258

accept it from me, and leave
behind six Ooqiyyah of it." I adjure
you by Allah, O 'Uthman, did you
hear him? - [He said it] three times.
He said: Yes.

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father from Marwan, and we have
no reason to suspect him, who
said: 'Uthman (4s) suffered a
nosebleed in the year of the
nosebleed, (which was so bad
that) he stayed behind from H ajj
and gave his final instructions
(because he thought he was going
to die). A man of Quraish entered
upon him and said: Appoint a

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because Ibn Lahee'ah is d a 'e e f
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unknown]
the freed slave of 'Uthman, (4 )
said: 'Uthman (4 ) used to stand by
a grave and weep until his beard
became wet. It was said to him:
You remember Paradise and Hell
and you do not weep, but you
w eep for this? He said: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "The
grave is the first stage of the
Hereafter. If one is saved from it
(i.e., its torments), then what comes
after it is easier than it. But if one is
not saved from it (i.e,, its torments),
then what comes after it is worse."
And the Messenger of Allah (*4)
said: Bv Allah, I have never seen
any frightening scene but the grave
is more frightening than it."
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successor. He said: Are they
suggesting that? He said: Yes. He
said: Who are they suggesting?
The man kept quiet. Then another
man entered upon him and said
something similar to what the
first man said,, and he gave the
same response. Then 'Uthman (*&)
said: Are they suggesting azZubair? He said: Yes. He said: By
the One in Whose hand is my
soul, indeed he is the best among
them as far as I know, and the
most beloved of them to the
Messenger of Allah (#.).

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4 5 6 . 'Abdullah told us: Suwaid
told us: 'Ali bin Mus-hir told us a
similar report, with his i s n a d .

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with his wife but does not ejaculate?
'Uthman
said: Let him do
w u d o o ' a s for prayer, and wash his
private part. And 'Uthman (*&) said:
I heard it from the Messenger of
Allah
I asked 'Ali bin Abi
Talib (-i), az-Zubair, Talhah and
Ubayy bin Ka'b about that and
they told him to do the same thing.
Comments: [Its isiu td is sa k e e h , alBukhari (179) and Muslim (347)]

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bin Hafs bin 'Umar at-Taimi said: I
heard my father say: I heard my
paternal unde 'Ubaiduiiah bin
'Umar bin Moosa say: 1 was with
Sulaiman bin 'Ali (.&) and an old
man of Quraish came in. Sulaiman
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459. Mu'adh bin 'Abdur-Rahman
narrated that Humran bin Aban
told him: 1 came to 'Uthman bin
'Affan (^ ) when he was sitting in
al-Maqa'id. He did w u d o o ' and did
it well, then he said: I saw the
Messenger of Allah (£5) when he
was in this place; he did w u d o o ' and
did it well, then he said: "Whoever
does w u d o o ' as I have done, then
goes to the mosque and prays two
r a k 'a h s , his previous sins will be
forgiven." And he said: The
Messenger of Allah (£fc) said: "Do
not become complacent."

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a good seat, for Quraish have a
right. I said; O Ameer, shall 1 not
tell you a h a d eeth that has reached
me from the Messenger of Allah
(*&)? He said: Yes. I said to him: I
have heard that the Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) said; "Whoever humiliates
Quraish, Allah will humiliate
him/' He said: Subhanallah, how
good this is. Who told you this? i
said: Rabee'ah bin Abi 'Abdur­
Rahman told me, from Sa'eed bin
al-M usayyab, from 'A m r bin
'Uthman bin 'Affan (4 .) who said:
My father said to me: O my son,
if you are put in a position of
authority over the people, then
honour Quraish, for l heard the
Messenger of Allah (£h.) say: "Who­
ever humiliates Quraish, Allah will
humiliate him."

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4 6 1 . It w as n a rra te d from
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he was besieged: I have camels
that l have prepared for you; do
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heard the Messenger of Allah (*%)
say: "A ram of Quraish whose
name is 'Abdullah will seek to
commit profanity and wrong­
doing in Makkah; he will have half
of the burden of mankind's sins."
Comments: [Its im u d is d a 'ref and
its text is »/unA'ur (odd); it is
virtually fabricated]
4 6 2 . It was n arrated from
'Uthman bin 'Affan (4 -.-) that the
Messenger of Allah ($&;) said:

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"The pilgrim in ih ra m should not
get married, arrange a marriage
or propose marriage."
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Muslim (1409)]

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"Abdullah bin az-Zubair said:
"Uthman bin "Affan (-&) said,
speaking from his minbar: I am
going to tell you a h a d e e th that I
heard from the Messenger of Allah
f e ) ; nothing kept me from telling
it to you except the fact that 1 care
for you. I heard the Messenger of
Allah (^5 ) say: "Standing guard for
one night for the sake of Allah, may
He be exalted, is better than a
thousand nights spent in prayer and
[a thousand] days spent fasting."

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4 6 4 . It was narrated from 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (.*) that the Prophet ($fe)
said: "Whoever dies knowing that
there is no god but Allah will enter
Paradise."

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th a t ;h e eye of 'U m a r bin
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when lie was in ih ra m , and he
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Aban bin 'Uthman (*&) forbade
him to do that and told him to
apply aloes to it. He said that
'Uthman
narrated from the
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4 6 6 . It was n arrated from
Nubaih bin Wahb that 'Umar bin
Ubaidullah wanted to arrange a
marriage for his son when he was
in ihram, but Aban forbade him to
do that and said that 'Uthman
narrated that the Messenger of
Allah (jg) said: "The pilgrim in
ihram should not get married,
arrange a marriage or propose
marriage."

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4 6 7 . It was narrated that Rabah
said: My masters married me to a
Roman slave girl of theirs and she
bore me a black boy. Then she fell
in love with a Roman slave whose
name was Yuhannas, and he
spoke to her in their language.
Then she got pregnant. She had
borne me a child who was black
like me, then she gave birth to a
boy who looked like a lizard (i.e.,
was very fair). 1 said to her: What
is this? She said: He is the child of
Yuhannas. I asked Yuhannas and
he admitted it. 1 went to 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (4*) and told him about
that. He sent for them and asked
them, then he said: I will pass
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of Allah (^ ): the child is to be
attribuied to the (husband of the)
woman, and the fornicator gets
nothing. He attributed the child to
me anil flogged them both. Then
later on she gave birth to a black
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'Uthman (jA ) in the house when he
was under siege. We would go into
an entry way where, when we
entered it, we could hear what the
people were saying in a l-U a la t.
'Uthman (..*,) entered it one day for
some jeason, then he came out
with his face flushed and said:
They were threatening to kill me
just now. We said: Allah will
suffice you against them, O Ameer
al-Mu’ mineen. He said: Why
would they kill me? I heard the
Messenger of Allah ($%) say: "It is
not permissible to shed the blood
of a Muslim man except in one of
three cases: a man who disbelieved
after having become Muslim, or a
man who committed z i n a after
being married, or a man who killed
a person not in retaliation of
murder. But by Allah, I never
commilted z i n a either during the
j a h i H y y a h or in Islam, .1 never
wanted to change my religion since
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, guided me, and I never
killed anyone. So why do they
want to kill me?
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4 6 9 . It was narrated that 'Amir
bin Sa'd said: Husain bin Abi
Waqqas said: I heard 'Uthman bin
'Affan (4 s) say: What prevented me
from narrating from the Messenger
of Allah ($&) was not the fact that I
was not the most knowledgeable of
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him say: "Whoever says something
about me that I did not say, let him
take his place in Hell." And he
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4 7 1 . It was narrated that 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (4 ) said: The Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) said: "There is no
Muslim who leaves his house,
intending to travel or otherwise,
and says when leaving: 'In the
Name of Allah, I believe in Allah, I
seek the protection of Allah, I put

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4 7 0 . It was narrated that Abu
Salih, the freed slave of 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (4.) said: I heard
'Uthman (4 ) say on the m in b a r: O
people, I concealed from you a
h a d e e t h that I heard from the
Messenger of Allah (^s.) for fear
that you would scatter away from
me, then I thought that I should
tell it to you, and let each one
choose for himself what he thinks
is best. 1 heard the Messenger of
Allah (£te.) say: "Guarding the
border for one day for the sake of
Allah is better than a thousand
other days doing other deeds."

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266

my trust in Allah, there is no
strength and no power except with
Allah/ but he will be granted the
goodness of that going out, and the
evil of that going out will be
diverted from him."

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4 7 2 . It was narrated that 'Uthman
(4 «) said: I saw the Messenger of
Allah
doing w u d oo '. He washed
his face three times and his hands
three times, and he wiped his head
and washed his feet.

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Shaddad told me that he said: I
heard Humran bin Aban tell Abu
Burdah in the mosque of Basrah,
when 1 was standing next to him,
that he heard 'Uthman bin 'Affan
(**■) narrating from the Prophet
(*fc) that he said: "Whoever does
w u d o o ' properly as enjoined by
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, the five prayers will be an
expiation for whatever comes in
between them."

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4 7 4 . It was narrated that Aban
bin 'U th m a n said : I h eard
'Uthman bin 'Affan (^) say: The
Messenger of Allah (^5 ) said:

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"Whoever says at the beginning
of the day or the beginning of the
night, 'In the Name of Allah with
Whose name nothing on earth or
in heaven can cause harm, and he
is the All-Hearing, All-Knowing/
three times, nothing will harm
him during that day or that
night."

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bin Mawhab that 'Uthman (4 *) said
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sought refuge with a powerful
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because of the weakness of Abu Sinan]
4 7 6 . It was narrated that 'Uthman
bin 'Affan said: The Messenger of
Allah (3^ ) said: "Whoever does
w u d oo' and does w u d o o ' well, his
sins come out of his body, even
from beneath his nails."
Comments: [Its is n a d is sa h e e h ,
Muslim (245)]

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people, move on in the middle of
the day, for I am moving on in
the middle of the day. So the
people moved on in the middle of
the day. Then he said: O people, I
shall tell you a U adeeth of which 1
have not spoken since I heard it
from the Messenger of Allah
until this day. The Messenger of
Allah (jgr.) said: "Guarding the
border for one day for the sake of
Allah is better than a thousand
other days, so let a man guard the
border as much as he wants."
Have I conveyed the message to
you? They said: Yes. He said: O
Allah, bear witness.

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4 7 8 . It was narrated that Humran
said: 'Uthman was sitting in a lM tujn’id. He called for water and
did w u d o o ', then he said: 1 saw the
Messenger of Allah (sfcj) doing
w u d o o ' in this place where I am
sitting, then he said: "Whoever
does w u d o o ' as I have done, then
gets up and prays two rak'ah s, his
previous sins will be forgiven."
And the Messenger of Allah (^e)
said: "Do not become complacent."

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narrated that 'Uthman bin 'Affan
(^r) said to Ibn Mas'ood: Are you
going to give up what I heard
about you? He was apologetic,
then 'Uthman (^) said: Woe to

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you! I heard and remembered
and it is not as you heard; the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "A
leader will be killed and a criminal
will commit a crime." I am the one
who will be killed, not 'Umar (*&>);
rather 'Umar (^ ) was killed by one
man, but a group of people will kill
me.

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No, but there reached me of his
knowledge and certainty of faith
that which would reach a virgin in
her seclusion. He ['Uthman] recited
the taslm h h u d then he said: Verily
Allah, may He be glorified and
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the truth and 1 was one of those
who responded to (the call of)
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until Allah, may He be glorified
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4 8 2 . It was narrated from Ibn alMubarak... and he mentioned the
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slave of 'Uthman (.#), from
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the Messenger of Allah (%;) say:
"Whoever does iv u d o o' and does it
properly, then goes and offers an
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said: 'Uthman (*&) did g h u s l every
day since he became Muslim. I
brought water for him one day to
do w u d oo ' for prayer. After he did
w u d o o ', he said: I wanted to tell you
a h a d e e th that I heard from the
Messenger of Allah ($£.). Then I
decided not to tell it to you. alHakam bin al-'As said: O Ameer
al-Mu'mineen, if it is enjoining us
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avoid it. He said: I will tell it to you:
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) did
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"W hoever does w u d o o ' in this
maimer and does it well, then goes
and prays, bowing and prostrating
properly, it (the prayer) will
expiate his sins between that
prayer and the next, unless he does
something serious" i.e., major sin.

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4 8 5 . It w as n a rra te d th at
'Uthman bin 'Affan (■&) said: I
heard the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
say: "Allah admitted to Paradise a

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bin Khalid: a man from Madinah
told me that the mu'adhdhin gave the
call to 'Asr prayer and 'Uthman (A*)
called for w ater and purified
himself, then he said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah ($$) say:
"Whoever purifies himself as he
has been enjoined and prays as he
has been enjoined, his sins will be
expiated." Then he called four of
the Companions of the Messenger
of Allah (3^5) to testify to that, and
they testified that the Prophet (yw)
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Sa'eed said; 'Uthman (^) came to
al-Maqa ui and called for water for
uwdoo'. He rinsed his mouth and
nose, then he washed his face three
times, then he washed his hands
three times each, then he wiped his
head and (washed) his feet three
times each. Then he said: I saw the
Messenger of Allah (jg) doing
uwdoo' like this. O people, isn't
that true? They said; Yes - i.e., a
group of the Companions of the
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bin 'Affan (y.) that he called for
water and did wudoo' in al-Maqa'id,
tie did wudoo'r washing each part
three times, then he said to the
Companions of the Messenger of
Allah (*v): Did you see the
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for water at the door of the
mosque, fie washed his hands,
then he rinsed his mouth, and
took water into his nose and blew
it out; then he washed his face
three times, then he washed his
hands up to the elbows three
times, then lie wiped his head.
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the outside of his ears, then
passed them over his beard, then
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ankles three times. Then he stood
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said: I have done w u d oo ' for you
as I saw the Messenger of Allah
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rak'ah s as I saw him do. When the
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I have done, then prays two
rak'ah s in which he does not let
his mind wander, will be forgiven
whatever sins came between that
and his previous prayer."
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4 9 0 . It was narrated that Shaqeeq
said; ' Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf
met al-Waleed bin 'Uqbah. Ah
Waleed said to him: Why do I see
you keeping away from Ameer ah
Mu'mineen 'Uthman (4 -)? 'Abdur­
Rahman said to him: Tell him that I
did not flee on the day of 'Ainain 'Asim said: The day of Uhud - and
I did not stay behind on the day of
Badr, and I did not turn away from
the way of 'Umar (4 t). So he went
and told that to 'Uthman ( * ), who
said: As for his saying that he did
not flee on the day of 'Ainain, how
could he shame me for a fault for
which Allah has pardoned me and
said: "Those of you who turned
back on the day the two hosts met
(i.e. the battle of Uhud), it was
S h a ita n (Satan) who caused them to
backslide (run away from the
battlefield) because of some (sins)
they had earned. But Allah, indeed,
has forgiven them " [AI 'Imran
3:155]? As for his saying that I
stayed behind on the day of Badr, I
w as ten d in g R u q ay y ah , the
daughter of the Messenger of Allah
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Messenger of Allah (2£) allocated
to me a share (of the booty), and
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did not turn away from the way of
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4 9 1 . It was narrated that 'Uthman
bin 'Affan said: The Messenger of
Allah (#;) said: Whoever prays
'Jsha' in congregation, it will be like
spending half the night in prayer
(qiy am ) and whoever prays 'Ish a '
and F a jr in congregation, it will be
like spending the whole night in
prayer."
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Muslim (656)]

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wanted to marry his son to the
daughter of Shaibah bin Jubair. So
he sent me to Aban bin 'Uthman
who was the Ameer of H ajj. I came
to him and said to him: Your
brother wants to arrange his son's
marriage and wants you to witness
it. He said: I think you are no more
than an ill-mannered Iraqi. The
pilgrim in ih ra m should not get
married or arrange a marriage.
Then he narrated a similar report
from 'Uthman (<&) and attributed it
to the Prophet (^5 ).

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and said: 1 heard the Messenger
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w iu lo o' as I have done then gets
up to pray, his sins will fall away,
i,e., from his face, his hands, his
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problem in his eyes. He sent word
to Aban bin 'Uthman 0* ) - Sufyan
said; He was the Ameer (of H ajj) to ask what he should do. He
said: Apply aloes to them, for I
heard 'Uthman (4 t>) narrate that
from the Messenger of Allah (.^).

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"The pilgrim in ih ra m should not
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4 9 5 . It was narrated from Aban
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that he saw a
funeral com ing tow ard s him.
When he saw it, stood up and said:
I saw 'Uthman (4&) do that and he
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4 9 7 . It was narrated from Aban
bin 'Uthman (4 ) that he narrated
from 'Uthman (*&) that the
Messenger of Allah (&g) granted a
concession, or said concerning the
pilgrim in ihram, if he has a
problem in his eyes, that he may
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one of the Mathani and Bara'ah,
which is one of al-mi'een, and put
them next to one another and not
write - Ibn Ja'far said: A line
between them saying
Rafanamr-RaJieem - and put it with
the seven long ones? What made
you do that? 'Uthman (4 .) said:
Sometimes many soorahs would
be revealed (incomplete) to the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ), and
when something was revealed he
would call one of the scribes to
write it down for him and say:
"Put this in the soorah in which
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4 9 8 . It w as n a rra te d th at
'Uthman (■*) said: "Whoever dies
knowing that there is no God but
Allah will enter Paradise/'

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verses would be revealed to him
and he would say, "Put these
verses in the soorah in which such
and such is mentioned"; and a
verse would be revealed to him
and he would say: "Put this verse
in the soorah in which such and
such is mentioned." Al-Anfal was
one of the first soorahs to be
revealed in Madinah and Bara'ah
was one of the last soorahs of the
Qur'an, and the content of the
two soorahs was similar. Then the
Messenger of Allah (afe) passed
aw ay w ithout having stated
clearly to us that it was part of it,
but we thought that it was, hence
I put them together and I did not
p u t b etw een them the line
B isn iM a liir-R a h m im ir-R a h eem , and I
put it with the seven long ones.

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They thought it (his advice) was
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5 0 2 . It was narrated from alHasan bin Sa'd that Rabah said:
My m asters married me to a
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intimate with her and she bore me
a boy who was black like me and 1
named him 'Abdullah. Then I was
intimate with her again and she
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intimate with her and she bore him
a boy who was red like a lizard. 1
said to her: What is this? She said:
He is the child of Yuhannas. So we
referred the case to Ameer alMu'mineen 'Uthman (*&) and they
both confessed. He said: Will you
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of Allah (i^) ruled that the child be
attributed to the (husband of the)
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5 0 3 . It was narrated that Jami'bin
Shaddad said: I heard Humran bin
Aban telling Abu Burdah in the
mosque that he heard 'Uthman bin
'Affan (*&) narrate from the Prophet
(^ ) that he said: "Whoever does
w u d o o ’ properly as enjoined by
Allah, the prescribed prayers will
be expiations for whatever comes
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5 0 4 . It was narrated that Simak
bin Harb said: 1 heard 'Abbad bin
Zahir Abu Ruwa' say: I heard
'Uthman (A) delivering a kh u tb a h
in which he said: By Allah, I
accompanied the Messenger of
Allah (,V:te) whilst travelling and
not travelling; he used to visit our
sick, attend our funerals, go out
on campaign with us and comfort
us with whatever means he could.
Some people tell me about him
and perhaps none of them ever
saw him.

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5 0 5 . Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab said;
I saw 'Uthman (A) sitting in a lM a q a 'id . He called for food that
had been touched by fire and ate it,
then he got up to pray; he prayed,
then 'Uthman
said: l sat where
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Allah
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extension to) the mosque of
Madinah, but the people objected
to that and wanted to leave it as it
was. 'Uthman (A) said: I heard the
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5 0 7 , It was narrated that 'Uthman
bin 'Affan ( 4 k ) said: The Messenger
of Allah ($%) said: "Whoever tells a
lie about me deliberately, let him
take up his abode in Hell."
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5 0 9 . It was narrated that Abu
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We were with 'Uthman when he
was besieged in the house. He said:
Why would they kill me? I heard
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) say: ''It
is not permissible (to shed) the
blood of a Muslim except in three
cases: if a man disbelieves after
becoming Muslim, or commits zina
after being m arried , or kills
som eone and is execu ted in
retaliation."
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of Allah (i&r) said: "Allah admitted
to Paradise a man who was easy­
going in buying and selling, when
paying off debt and when asking
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sake of Allah, Allah will build for
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5 1 0 . It was narrated that Abu
'Ubaid, the freed slave of 'Abdur­
Rahman bin Azhar, said: I saw
'Ali and 'Uthman (*&) on the day
of (Eid) al-Fitr and (Eid) al-Adha;
they prayed, then when they
finished they rem in d ed the
people. I heard them saying: The
Messenger of Allah (.jfc) forbade
fasting on these two days. He
said: And I heard 'Ali say: The
Messenger of Allah (sgg) forbade
anything of the sacrificial meat to
be left after three days.

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5 1 1 . Al-Ahnaf said: We set out
for Hajj and passed by Madinah.
Whilst we were in our camp,
someone came to us and said: The
people are in a panic in the
mosque. My companion and I set
out, and we found some people
gathered around a group in the
mosque. I pushed through them
until I got to (that group), where I
found 'Ali bin Abi Talib, azZubair, Talhah and Sa'd bin Abi
Waqqas. Soon 'Uthm an came
walking and said: Is 'Ali here?
They said: Yes. He said: Is azZubair here? They said: Yes. He
said: Is Talhah here? They said:
Yes. He said: Is Sa'd here? They
said: Yes. He said: I adjure you by
Allah, beside Whom there is no
other god, do you know that the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
"Whoever buys the date-drying
place of (the tribe of) Banu So

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and-so, Allah will forgive him,"
so I bought it and went to the
Messenger of Allah and said: I
have bought it; he said: "Add it to
our mosque and the reward for
that will be yours"? They said;
Yes. He said: I adjure you by
Allah, beside Whom there is no
other god, do you know that the
Messenger of Allah (3^) said:
"W h o will buy the well of
Roomah?" so I bought it for such
and such and w ent to the
Messenger of Allah (3&) and said:
I have bought it - meaning the
well of Roomah, and he said:
"Make it a water source for the
Muslims and the reward for that
will be yours"? They said: Yes. He
said: I adjure you by Allah, beside
Whom there is no other god, do
you know that the Messenger of
Allah (-sk) looked at the faces of
the people on the day of the army
of hardship (Tabook) and said:
"W hoever equips these men,
Allah will forgive him," so I
equipped them until they were
not without even reins or ropes?
They said: By Allah, yes. He said:
O Allah, bear witness; O Allah,
bear w itness; O Allah, bear
witness. Then he left.
Comments: [A Saheeh hadeeth]
5 1 2 . It was narrated that one of
the family of Ya'la bin Umayyah
said: Ya'la said:I circumambulated
[the Ka'bah] with 'Uthman (-.&•)
and he touched the corner. Ya'la
said: I was next to the House and
when 1 reached the western
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and he said: What is the matter
with you? I said: Aren't you going
to touch it? He said: Did you not do
ta w n f with the Messenger of Allah
(*£)? I said: Yes indeed. He said:
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5 1 3 . Abu 'Aqeel narrated that he
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him. The mu'adhdhin came to him
and 'Uthman called for water in a
vessel which I thought would
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then he said: I saw the Messenger
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have just done it, then he said:
"Whoever does wudoo' as I have
just done, then gets up and prays
Zu/ir, will be forgiven for (what­
ever sins he committed) between
it and Fair; then (if he) prays 'Asr,
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pleasure, then if he gets up and
does wudoo' and prays Fajr, he will
be forgiven for (whatever sins he
committed) between it and 'Isha'.
These are the good deeds that
remove the evil deeds (cf. 11:114)/'
They said: These are the good
deeds, but what are the good
righteous deeds that last (cf. 18:46),
O 'Uthman? He said: They are (the
words) Lu ilaha HIall ah, reti pubhimaUah
wal-lmnulu Lillah umllahu nkbar, um la
hawla wii la quwwata ilia Billah (There
is no god but Allah, glory be to
Allah, praise be to Allah, Allah is
Most Great and there is no power
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5 1 4 . 'A'ishah, the wife of the
Prophet ($£), and 'Uthman narrated
that Abu Bakr asked for permission
to enter upon the Messenger of
Allah (*%;) when he was lying clown
cm his bed, wearing the cover of
'A'ishah. He gave permission to
Abu Bakr (to enter) when he was
like that, and he fulfilled his need
then he went away. Then 'Umar
asked for permission to enter and
he gave him permission (to enter)
when he was like that, and he
fulfilled his need then he went
away. 'Uthman said: Then I asked
permission to enter and he sat up
and said to 'A 'ishah: "C over
yourself properly." I fulfilled my
need then I went away. 'A'ishah
said: O Messenger of Allah, why
did I not see you stirring for Abu

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Bakr and 'Umar as you did for
'Uthman? The Messenger of Allah
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and I was afraid that if I gave him
permission to enter when I was in
that state, he would not tell me of
his need." Al-Laith said: Some
people said: The Messenger of
Allah (.jfe) said to 'A'ishah
"Should I not feel shy before a man
before whom the angels feel shy?"

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5 1 5 . Sa'eed bin ah'As narrated that
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Abu Bakr asked for permission to
enter upon the Messenger of Allah
($*;) when he was lying down on
his bed, wearing the cover of
'A'ishah. And he narrated a hadecth
similar to that of 'Uqail.
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'Uthman bin 'Affan said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) say:
"Whoe  er does wudoo' and does it
properly, then goes to offer an
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517. It was narrated that Abu
Hurairah (.&>) said: 'Uthman (4*)
went to Makkah for H a j j . The wife
of Muhammad bin Ja'far bin Abi
Talib entered upon him (i.e., her
husband) and he spent the night
with her. Then the next morning,
he (i.e., Muhammad bin Ja'far)
came out smelling of perfume and
wearing a wrapper saturated with
safflower dye. He caught up with
the people in weariness before they
set out. When 'Uthman saw him,
he rebuked him and expressed
disapproval, saying: Are you
wearing something dyed with
safflower when the Messenger of
Allah (jig) forbade that? 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (4*) said to him: The
Messenger of Allah (^ 5) did not
forbid it to him or you; he only
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Abdur Rahman and Ubaiduliah bin Abdullah is unknown]

518. Aban bin 'Uthman said:
'Uthman said: I heard the Messenger
of Allah (jfe) say: "Do you think, if
there was a river in the courtyard
of one of you and he washed
himself in it five times each day,
would any dirt remain on him?
They said: Nothing (would remain
on him). He said: "The (five daily)
prayers take away sins as water
takes away dirt."
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288

519. It was narrated that 'Uthman
bin 'Affan said: The Messenger of
Allah (eg) said: "Whoever betrays
the Arabs will never receive my
intercession or attain my love."
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that the Messenger of Allah (-afe)
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settle the score with the horned one
on the Ibay of Resurrection."
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5 2 3 . Ibraheem bin Sa'd narrated:
My father narrated that his father
said: I was praying and a man
passed in front of me; I tried to
stop him but he insisted. I asked
'Uthman bin 'Affan (about that)
and he said: It does not affect
you, O son of my brother.

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My father narrated that his father
said: 'Uthman said: If you find in
the Book of Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted, that you
should put my feet in fetters, then
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5 2 5 . It was n arrated from
'Ubaidullah bin Abi Rafi', the
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Allah (*&,), from 'Ali bin Abi Talib
(❖ ), that the Messenger of Allah
(iSg) stood in 'Arafah with Usamah
bin Zaid riding behind him, and
said: "This is the place of standing,
and all of 'Arafah is a place of
standing." Then he moved on at an
unhurried pace, and the people
started rushing right and left. He
turned to them and said: "Calmly,
O people; calmly, O people." Then
he came to al-Muzdalifah and put
two prayers together, then he
stood in al-Muzdalifah in a place
called Quzah, with al-Fadl bin al'Abbas riding behind him, and he
said: "This is the place of standing
and all of Muzdalifah is a place of
standing." Then he moved on at an
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started rushing right and left. He
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slave of 'Uthman bin 'Affan, that
'Uthman bin 'Affan manumitted
twenty slaves, and called for some
pants and put them on; he had
never worn them before, either
during the Jahiliyyah or in Islam.
And he said: I saw the Messenger
of Allah (igg) in a dream last
night, and I saw Abu Bakr and
'Umar ( 4 ) , and they said to me;
Be patient, for you will break
your fast with us tomorrow. Then
he called for a M u s h a f and opened
it, and he was killed with it in
front of him.

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5 2 7 . It was narrated that 'Uthman
said: I saw the Messenger of Allah
(*%) do w u d oo': he washed his face
three times and his hands three
times, and he washed his arms three
times each, and wiped his head, and
washed Iris feet thoroughly.
Comments: [A Saheeh hadeeth, this
isnad is da'eef]

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5 2 8 . It was narrated from Aban
bin 'Uthman, from 'Uthman, that
the Prophet (s^) said: "Whoever
says, 'In the Name of Allah with
Whose name nothing on earth or
in heaven can cause harm, and he
is the All-Hearing, All-Knowing,'
three times, will not be struck
unawares by calamity until night
comes, and whoever says it in the
evening will not be struck
un aw ares by calam ity until
morning comes, in sha' Allah."
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bin 'Uthman that he saw a funeral
coming. When he saw it he stood
up and said; I saw 'Uthman doing
that and he told me that he saw
the Prophet ($&f) doing that,
Comments: [Sahceh because of
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is da'ecf because of the weakness
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Allah
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5 3 1 . It w as n a rra te d from
Ibraheem bin 'A bdullah bin
Farrookh that his father said: I saw
'Uthman bin 'Affan (*&) buried in
his clothes soaked with his blood;
he was not washed.

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the freed slave of 'Uthman, that
'Uthman said: I heard the Messenger
of Allah
say: "Allah will shade
with His shade on the Day when
there is no shade but His a person
who gave more time to a debtor
who was in difficulty or waived a
debt for one who had a lot of
debts."
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Jidda ii]
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bin 'Uthman, from his father, that
the Prophet ( ;* ) said: "The pilgrim

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in ih ram should not get married,
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5 3 5 . It was narrated from Nafi':
Nubaih bin Wahb told me: 'Umar
bin 'UbaiduIIah bin M a'm ar
proposed marriage on behalf of
his son to the daughter of Shaibah
bin 'Uthman. He sent nie to Aban
bin 'Uthman, who was the leader
of the H ajj, and he [Aban] said: I
think he must be a Bedouin. "The
pilgrim in ih ram should not get
married or arrange a marriage."
'Uthman M told me that from
the Prophet (£&), and Nubaih told
me something similar from his
father.

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'Uthman bin 'Affan (•*), said:
Ameer al-Mu'mineen 'Uthman felt
sleepy and had a brief nap. When
he woke up, he said: The people
will certainly kill me. I said: No, in
sha Allah it will not go that far;
your people will only ask you for
an explanation. He said: I saw the
Messenger of Allah (^s) in my
dream, and Abu Bakr and 'Umar,
and they said: You will break your
fast with us tonight.

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bin Abil-Hasan said: I entered the
mosque and I saw 'Uthman bin
'Affan (*&) reclining on' his r id a '.
Two water carriers came to him
and he judged between them. Then
I came to him and looked at him;
he was a handsome man with
marks of smallpox on his face and
his arms were covered with hair.
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because of the weakness of AbulMicjdam]
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Bunanah said: 'Uthman never
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people about their news and
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who saw 'Uthman bin 'Affan with
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5 4 1 . It was narrated from as-Sa'ib
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prostrated in Soorat Sad.

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offered the E id prayer behind
'Uthman (* ) and he said the takbeer
seven times and five times [i.e., in the
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caliph for twelve years and the
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him in a cc o rd a n c e w ith his
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5 5 0 . It was narrated that'Abdullah
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five years including four months of
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5 5 2 . It was narrated from Zaid
bin Aslam that his father said: I
saw 'Uthman (**■,) on the day he
was besieged in the place where
funerals were held; if a stone were
to be thrown it would not have
landed anywhere but on a man's
head. And I saw 'Uthman (*&-) look
out of the window beside the place
where Jibreel -fey once stood, and
he said: O people, is Talhah among
you? They kept quiet. Then he
said: O people, is Talhah among
you? They kept quiet. Then he
said; O people, is Talhah among
you? Talhah bin 'Ubaidullah stood
up and 'Uthman ( + ) said to him:
Are you there? I did not think that
you would be in a group of people,
hearing me call you three times
and not answering me. I adjure
you by Allah, O Talhah, do you
remember the day when you and I
were with the Messenger of Allah
(*&;) in such and such a place, and
none of his Companions were with
him except you and I? He said:
Yes. ['Uthman said:] And the
Messenger of Allah (3^) said to
you: "O Talhah, there is no Prophet

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but he had a companion from
among his u m m ah who will be with
him in Paradise, and this 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (& )" - meaning me - "is
that companion who will be with
me in Paradise." Talhah said: By
Allah, yes [I remember that]. Then
he went away.

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standing with 'Uthman bin 'Affan
f^) and he said: Shall I not tell you
how the Messenger of Allah
did unidoo'? We said: Yes indeed.
He called for water and washed
his face three times, rinsed his
mouth and nose three times, then
he washed his hands up to the
elbow three times, then he wiped
his head and his ears, and washed
his feet three times. Then he said:
This is how the Messenger of
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'Uthman (.&) do wudoo’ one day; he
rinsed his mouth and his nose, and
he washed his face three times...
and he narrated a hadeeth from the
Prophet ( ^ ) similar to the hadeeth
of Ibn Ja'far from Sa'eed.

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5 5 5 . It w as n a rra te d th at
Thumamah bin Hazn al-Qushairi
said: I was present at the house
(of 'Uthman) on the day 'Uthman
(.&) was killed. He looked out at
them and said: Call for me your
two companions who incited you
against me. They were called for
him and he said: 1 adjure you by
Allah, do you know that when
the Messenger of Allah (jfe) came
to Madinah, the mosque got too
crowded for its people and he
said: "Who will buy this piece of
land with his own wealth and use
it like the rest of the Muslims (i.e,,
donate it to the Muslims and
share it with them) and he will
have something better than it in
Paradise?" So I bought it with my
own wealth and donated it to the
M uslim s, but now you are
preventing me from praying two
rak'ah s in it! Then he said: I adjure
you by Allah, do you know that
when the Messenger of Allah ($&;)
came to Madinah, there was no
well good for drinking from
except (the well of) Roomah. The
Messenger of Allah (^c) said:
"Who will buy it with his own
wealth and his bucket will be like
that of the Muslims (i.e., donate
the well to the Muslims and share
it with them) and he will have
som ething better than it in
Paradise." So I bought it with my
own wealth, but now you are
preventing me from drinking
from it. Then he said: Do you
know that I am the one who
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(i e., the army that went on the
campaign of Tabook)? They said;
By Allah, yes.
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5 5 6 . It was narrated that Shaqeeq
said: ' Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf
met al-Waleed bin 'Uqbah. AlWaleed said to him: Why do I see
you keeping away from Ameer alMu'mineen 'Uthman (4*)? 'Abdur­
Rahman said to him: Tell him that
1 did not flee on the day of 'Ainain
- 'Asim said: The day of Uhud and I did not stay behind on the
day of Badr, and I did not turn
away from the way of 'Umar (4b).
So he went and told that to
'Uthman (4c), who said: As for his
saying that he did not flee on the
day of 'Ainain, how could he
shame me for a fault for which
Allah has pardoned me and said:
"Those of you who turned back on
the day the two hosts met (i.e. the
battle of Uhud), it was Shaitan
(Satan) who caused them to
backslide (run away from the
battlefield) because of some (sins)
they had earned. But Allah,
indeed, has forgiven them" [A]
'Imran 3:155]? As for his saying
that I stayed behind on the day of
Badr, 1 was tending Ruqayyah, the
daughter of the Messenger of
Allah (-£]=), when she was dying,
and the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
allocated to me a share (of the
booty), and whoever was allocated
a share by the Messenger of Allah
(sk) was present.... and he quoted
the hadeeth at length to the end.

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557. It was narrated that Abu
Wa'il said: I said to 'Abdur­
Rahman bin 'Awf: How could
you swear allegiance to 'Uthman
(-&) and not to 'Ali
He said:
It is not my fault. I started with
'Ali and said: I swear allegiance to
you in accordance with the Book
of Allah/ the S u n n a h of His
Messenger/ and the way of Abu
Bakr and 'Umar (& ). He said: As
much as I can. Then I offered it to
'Uthman (4 -.) and he accepted it.

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558. It was narrated that Abu
Salih, the freed slave of 'Uthman
bin 'Affan (~fe) said; 1 heard
'Uthman (.&) say on the m in b a r. O
people, I concealed from you a
h a d e e t h that 1 heard from the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) for fear
that you would scatter away from
me, then I thought that 1 should
tell it to you, and let each one
choose for himself what he thinks
is best. I heard the Messenger of
Allah (ste) say: "Guarding the
border for one day for the sake of
Allah is better than a thousand
other days doing other deeds."

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hadeeth.

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5 6 0 . Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab said;
I heard 'Uthman (**) delivering a
k h u tb a h from the m in b a r. He said; I
used to buy dates from one of the
Jewish clans who were called Banu
Qainuqa', and sell them at a profit.
News of that reached the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) who said: "O 'Uthman,
when you buy, take your dues with
nothing extra, and when you sell,
give (the other party's) dues with
nothing less,"

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al-Khiyar narrated that 'Uthman
(-k) said to him: Verily Allah, may
He be glorified and exalted, sent
Muhammad ( ^ ) with the truth
and 1 was one of those who
responded to (the call of) Allah and
His Messenger, and I believed in
that with which Muhammad (sfe)
was sent. Then I migrated twice,
and I also attained the honour of
becoming the son-in-law of the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) ; I swore
allegiance to the Messenger of
Allah (.^), and by Allah, 1 never
disobeyed him or betrayed him
until Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, took his soul in death.

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5 6 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (c&) said: The Messenger
of Allah (jgg) stood in 'Arafah and
said: "This is the place of standing
and all of 'Arafah is a place of
standing." He moved on when
the sun set, then he put Usamah
behind him (on his mount) and
moved on at a measured pace on
his camel, and the people started
rushing right and left. He turned
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people." Then he came to Jam'
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prayers, M a g h r ib and 'Isha'. Then
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came, then he came to Q u zah and
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Jam' is a place of standing," Then
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the Jam rah. He stoned it, then he
came to the place of sacrifice and
said: "This is the place of sacrifice
and all of Mina is a place of
sacrifice." He [the narrator] said:
A young woman of Khath'am
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man and has become senile; he

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has lived until Allah made H ajj
obligatory. Will it be acceptable if I
perform Hajj on his behalf? He
said: "Yes; perform H ajj on behalf
of your father." And he twisted ah
Fadl's neck (to turn his face away).
A1-'Abbas said to him: O Messenger
of Allah, why did you twist the neck
of your cousin? He said: "I saw a
young man and a young woman
and I was not certain that they
would be safe from the Shaitan."
Then a man came to him and said: O
Messenger of Allah, I shaved my
head before offering a sacrifice. He
said: "Offer your sacrifice, there is
no problem." Then another man
came to him and said: O Messenger
of Allah, I did tn w afal-ifadah before
shaving my head. He said: "Shave
your head or cut your hair, there is
no problem." Then he came to the
Ka'bah and circumambulated it,
then he came to Z a m z a n i and said:
"O Banu 'Abdul-Muttalib, it is your
right to draw water for pilgrims.
Were it not that the people would
overwhelm you, I would have
drawn water myself."
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5 6 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "The urine of a boy is to be
sprinkled with water and the urine
of a girl is to be washed." Qatadah
said: That is if they are not yet
eating solid food; if they are eating
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washed in both cases.
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5 6 4 . It w as n a rra te d from
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father is an old man and has
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face of al-Fadl bin al-'Abbas away
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ordinary clothes, but I did not shave
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head and put on my ordinary
clothes, but I did not offer the
sacrifice. He said: "No problem, go
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ta w a fa l-ifa d a h , then he called for a
bucket of Z a m z a m water and drank
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5 6 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali said;
When the Messenger of Allah (j^)
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Com m ents: [ S a h e e h because of
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5 6 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^)
said: "If I were to appoint anyone
to a position of authority without
consulting the believers,. I would
have appointed Ibn Umm 'Abd
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Talib (.&) say: Tire Messenger of
Allah (3^) said: "These days are for
eating and drinking, so no one
should fast these days." And he
went around to the people on his
camel, shouting that.
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'Abdullah bin Nujayy said: 'Ali
said: There was a time before
dawn when I would ask to enter
upon the Messenger of Allah (*&).
If he was praying, he would say
S u b h a n A lla h to me, and that was
my permission to enter; if he was
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permission to enter.
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and I were sleeping, and that was
at the time before dawn. He stood
at the door and said, "Why don't
you get up and pray?" I answered
him: O Messenger of Allah, our
souls are in the hand of Allah and
if He wills, He will wake us up.
The Messenger of Allah (s&) went
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(to me), but I heard him, as he was
leaving, strike his hand against his
thigh and say: "But, man is ever
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5 7 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: The Messenger of Allah
and his wife used to do ghusl
from the same vessel.

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5 7 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4=)
said: The Messenger of Allah (jg)
sent me to Yemen, and we came
to some people who had built a
trap for a lion. They began to
push one another, and one man
fell, so he grabbed onto another
one, who then grabbed onto
another one, until all four of them
ended up in the trap and the lion
wounded them. Then a man came
and killed the lion with a spear,
and they all died of their wounds.
The next of kin of the first man
went to the next of kin of the last
man, and they took out weapons
to fight, then 'Ali came to them
straight away and said: Do you
want to fight one another when
the Messenger of Allah (*g.) is still
alive? I will judge between you,
and if you agree then that is the
verdict, otherwise keep away
from one another until you go to
the Prophet ( ^ ) and he will be
the one who judges between you,
then whoever transgresses after
that will have no right. Collect
from the tribes of those who fell
into the hole one quarter of the
diyah [blood money!, one third of
the diyah, one half of the diyah
and a complete diyah. For the first
man (who fell in) there will be

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one quarter, because he caused the
death of the one who came after
him; for the second one there is one
third of the diyah; and for the third
one there is half of the diyah. They
refused to accept that, so they went
to the Prophet ( ^ ) when he was at
Maqam Ibraheem and told him the
story, and he said: "I will judge
between you/' One of the people
said: 'Ali has already passed
judgement. They told him about it
and the Messenger of Allah (jge)
approved it.

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that 'Ali (J&,) said: The fourth one
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5 7 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (j&) that the Prophet (jfe)
came to him and Fatimah at night
and said "Why don't you get up
and pray?" I said: O Messenger of
Allah, our souls are in the hand of
Allah and if He wills to wake us
up, He will wake us up. The
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5 7 6 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Husain, from his father, from his
grandfather, that the Messenger of
Allah ($£?,) took Hasan and Husain
(4 e) by the hand and said:
"W hoever loves me and loves
these two and their father and their
mother will be with me at my level
on the Day of Resurrection."
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weakness of Ali bin Ja'far]

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bin Abi Talib (>&) - Hasan said: On
the day of (Eid) al-Adha - and he
brought some khazeerah (a dish
made from small pieces of meat,
broth and flour) to us. I said: May
Allah guide you! Why don't you
make a dish for us from these ducks,
for Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, has blessed us with a great
deal of bounty. He said: O son of
Zurair, I heard the Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) say: "It is not permissible
for the caliph to take more from the
wealth of Allah than two dishes:

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5 7 9 . It was narrated that 'All (4 *)
said: I have never had an eye
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said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
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"O 'Ali, do z v u d o o ' properly even
if it is difficult for you; do not
consume charity; do not mate a
donkey with a horse; and do not
sit with astrologers."

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water was brought to 'Ali (,&■)
when he was in ar-Rahbah. He
took a handful of water and rinsed
his mouth and nose, and wiped his
face, forearms and head, Then he
drank whilst standing, then he
said: This is the wudoo' of one who
has not broken his w u d oo'. 1 saw
the Messenger of Allah (sfe;) do this,
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that he said: “The last words of the
Messenger of Allah (^g) were:
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5 8 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.#,)
said: The Messenger of Allah
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Rahman bin' Awf, said: Then I saw
'Ali bin Abi Talib (<&) after that on
the day of E id ; he started with the
prayer before the k h u tb a h and he
prayed with no a d h a n or iqam ah.
Then he said: I heard the Messenger
of Allah ^ forbidding (the people)
to leave any of the meat of their
sacrifice after three days.

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and said: He gave his wives the
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wives the choice between this
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"Whoever is killed defending his
wealth is a martyr."

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fire; they distracted us from
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Bakr
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sent with four things: No one will
enter Paradise except a believing
soul; no one should circumambulate
the Ka'bah naked; whoever had a
covenant with the Prephet (i*), it
would remain in effect until the
agreed time; and the m u s lin k c c n
were not to perform H a j j with the
Muslims after that year.

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595. It was narrated from 'Ali (*>«.):
Muhammad (**e) rilled that debts
must be paid before carrying out
bequests, but you read the will
before debts are paid off. [And he
ruled] that sons from the same
mother inherit from one another, but
sons from different mothers do not.
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said: The Prophet (afe) said: "I will
not give to you and leave a h lu s s u ffa h suffering from hunger." On
one occasion he said: "I shall not
give you a servant and leave a h lu s s u ffu h suffering from hunger."

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5 9 7 . Muhammad bin 'Ali Abu
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told me, from his father, that he
saw the Messenger of Allah (jfe;)
doing s a y between as-Safa and alMarwah in the M as'ii, lifting up
his garment which reached to his
knees.

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Umamah said: 'Ali (^ ) said: I used
to come to the Prophet ( ^ ) and ask
permission to enter. If he was
praying, he would say Subhanallah,
and if he was not praying, he
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Messenger of Allah (sfe;) apart
from the Qur'an? He said: No, by
the One Who split the seed and
created the soul, except the under­
standing that Allah, may He be
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person to acquire of the Qur'an or
what is in the document. I said;
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retaliation for a k afir.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh according to the conditions of al-Bukhari and
Muslim]
6 0 0 . 'Ubaidullah bin Abi Rafi'
said: 1 heard 'Ali (^) say: The
Messenger of Allah (^g) sent me,
az-Zubair and al-Miqdad, and he
said: "Go to the garden of Khakh,
where you will find a woman
riding a camel with whom there is
a letter, and take it from her." We
set out, with our horses galloping,
until we reached that garden, and
there we found the woman. We
said: Give us the letter. She said: I
do not have any letter. We said:
Either you give us the letter or we
will remove your clothes. So she
brought it out from her braided
hair, and we took it and brought it
to the Messenger of Allah (*£;),
and in it (was written): From
Hatib bin Abi Balta'ah to some of
the m u shrikc.cn of Makkah, telling
them about some of the plans of
the Messenger of Allah (gg). The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "O
Hatib, what is this?" He said: Do
not be hasty in judging me, O
Messenger of Allah. I am a man
who was attached to Quraish but I
w as not one of them . The
Muhajirem who are with you have
relatives who will protect their
families in Makkah, and I wanted,
as I have no blood ties among
them, to do them a favour so that
they would protect my family. I
did not do it out of k u fr or because
I apostatized from my religion, or
because 1 approved of k u fr after

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becoming Muslim, The Messenger
of Allah (jfe) said: "He has told
you the truth." 'Umar (4*) said: O
Messenger of Allah, let me strike
the neck of this hypocrite, He said:
"He was present at Badr, and you
do not know, perhaps Allah
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6 0 1 . It was narrated from Moosa
bin Salim Abu Jahdam that Abu
Ja'far told him, from his father,
that 'Ali (4o) told them that the
Messenger of Allah ($j^) forbade
three things to me, and I (the
narrator) do not know whether
that was only for him or for
everyone: He forbade garments
made from a blend of linen and
silk, red saddle cloths and reciting
Qur'an whilst bowing.

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me, from his father, that 'Ali (*&)
said: I was with the Prophet (sfe)
when Abu Bakr and 'Umar (du)
came and he said: "O 'Ali, these
two are the leaders of the middle
aged people of Paradise and its
youth, after the Prophets and
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a man who heard 'Ali (.&) say: I
wanted to propose marriage to
the daughter of the Messenger of
Allah ($fe), but I thought: I have
nothing, so how could it be? Then
I remembered how he upheld ties
of kinship and his kindness and
generosity, so I asked him for his
daughter's hand in marriage. He
said: "Do you have anything?" I
said: No. He said: "Where is the
I lutamiyyah shield that I gave
you on such and such a day?" I
said: I have it. He said: "Then
give it to her."

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Comments: [Hasoo because of corroborating evidence; this is a d a c e / isnad]
6 0 4 . It was narrated from 'AH (*$0
that Fatimah came to the Prophet
(-j&O to ask him for a servant. He
said: "Shall I not tell you of some­
thing that is better for you than
that? Say S u b h a n a lla h thirty-three
times, A l la h u A k b a r thirty-three
times and A l h a m d u l i l l a h thirtythree times; one of them thirty-four
times."
Comments: [Its isn a d is saheeh, alBukhari (5362) and Muslim
(2727)1

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6 0 5 . It w as n a rra te d from
Muhammad bin al-Hanafiyyah,
that his father said: The Messenger
of Allah (jgs) said: "Allah loves the
believing slave who falls into sin a
great deal and repents a great
deal."

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Comments: [Its i s n a d is d a ' e e f
jid tla u ; it is virtually fabricated]

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6 0 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (40
said: I was a man who emitted a
great deal of in a d h i, but I felt too
shy to ask the Prophet (^5) about
that because of the position of his
daughter, so I told al-Miqdad bin
al-Aswad to ask him, and he said:
"Let him wash his private part
and do u m d o o '."

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6 0 7 , It was narrated from Abu
Hurairah and from 'Ubaidullah bin
Abi Raff, from his father, from 'Ali
(4'-’), that they [Abu Hurairah and
'Ali] said: The Prophet (-4?.) said:
"Were it not that it would be too
difficult for the u m m a h , I would
have commanded them to use the
s iw a k at the time of every prayer."

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6 0 8 . It w as nar r at ed that
'Abdullah bin Nujayy said: 'Ali
(*&>) said: I used to enter upon the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) twice, by
night and by day. If I entered
upon him and he was praying, he

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would clear his throat. I came to
him one night and he said: "Do
you know what the angel did this
night? I was praying and I heard
some movement in the house. I
went out and I saw Jibreel (>&g).
He said: All night I have been
waiting for you. In your house
there is a dog and I could not
enter. We do not enter the house
in which there is a dog or a
person who is ju n u b or a statue."

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corroborating evidence; this is a
d a ’e e f isnacl]

6 1 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (#*)
said: "N o p ray er should be
offered after 'Asr unless the sun is
bright and still high."
Comments: [Its isnad is Saheeb]

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6 1 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (£fe)
forbade me to recite Qur'an whilst
bowing, or to wear gold rings,

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Comments: [Its isn ad is da'cef]
6 0 9 . It was narrated that "Ali bin
Abi Talib (4 t) said: The Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) forbade sacrificing an
animal with its ears slit from the
front, an animal with its ears slit
from the back, an animal whose
ears are slit in two lengthwise, an
animal with a round hole in its ear,
and an animal with its nose [or ear
or lip] cutoff.

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garments made of a blend of linen
and silk, or garments dyed with
safflower.
C o m m e n t s : [H a d e e th s a h e e h ; its
isnnd is Imsnn, Muslim (280,2078)]

323

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Rahman bin Abi Laila said: Abu
Moosa came to al-Hasan bin 'Ali
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to visit him when he was sick. 'Ali
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(4 *) said: Have you come to visit
him or to gloat? He said: No, I
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have come to visit him because he
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is sick. 'Ali («&) said to him: Since
you have coine to visit him
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because he is sick, I heard the
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Messenger of Allah
say: "If a
man visits his Muslim brother
when he is sick, he is walking
amongst the fruits of Paradise until
he sits down, and when he sits
down he is covered with mercy. If it
is morning, seventy thousand
angels will send blessings upon him
until evening, and if it is evening,
seventy thousand angels will send
blessings upon him until morning/'

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6 1 3 . It was narrated from 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (<&) that the
Messenger of Allah (^5 ) stood in
'Arafah with Usamah bin Zaid
riding behind him and said: "This
is a place of standing and all of
'Arafah is a place of standing."
then he moved on at a measured
pace and the people were rushing
right and left. He turned to them
and said: "Calmly, O people;

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calmly, O people.” When he came
to al-Muzdalifah, he put two
prayers together, then he stood in
al-Muzdalifah with al-Fadl bin
'Abbas riding behind him. Then
he stopped in Quzah and said:
"This is the place of standing, and
all of al-Muzdalifah is a place of
standing.” Then he moved on at a
measured pace, and the people
were rushing right and left. He
turned to them and said: "Calmly,
O people; calmly, O people."
When he stopped in Muhassir, he
struck his mount and it trotted
until it left the valley. Then he
continued until he came to the
Jam rah, then he went to the place
of sacrifice and said: "This is the
place of sacrifice and all of Mina
is a place of sacrifice/',,, and he
mentioned a hadceth like that of
Ahmad bin 'A bdah from ah
Mugheerah bin 'Abdur-Rahman.

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6 1 4 , It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (*fe)
said: "No one hates the Arabs
except a hypocrite."

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5^'

[Its isrtcid is da'eef
because of the weakness of
Isma'eel bin Ayyash and Zaid
bin Jabeerah]

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6 1 5 . It w as n arrated from
Ibraheem at-Taimi that his father
said: 'AH bin Abi Talib addressed
us and said: Whoever claims that
we have something that we recite
apart from the Book of Allah and
this document in which are the
ages of camels [to be given as
diyah or blood money] and rulings
concerning injuries, is lying. And
in it the Prophet (*k) said:
"Madinah is sacred, the area
between 'Air and Thawr. Whoever
commits any offence, or gives
refuge to an offender, upon him
will be the curse of Allah, the
angels and all the people, and on
the Day of Resurrection Allah will
not accept any obligatory or nafil
act of worship from him. Whoever
claims to belong to someone other
than his father or to belong to
someone other than his masters
(who manumitted him), upon him
be the curse of Allah, the angels
and all the people, and on the Day
of Resurrection Allah will not
accept any nafil or obligatory act of
worship from him. Protection
granted by any Muslim is binding
upon all of them, and may be
given by the humblest of them."

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Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, al-Bukhari (3172) and Muslim (1370)]
6 1 6 . It was narrated that Suwaid
bin Ghafalah said: 'Ali M said:
When I narrate to you from the
Messenger of Allah ($&), it would
be dearer to me to be thrown
down from the sky than to tell
lies about him. But if I narrate to
you from anyone else, then 1 am a

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*

warrior and war is deceit. I heard
the Messenger of Allah (5^) say:
"There will emerge at the end of
time people who are young in age
and immature. They will speak
like the best of people but their
faith will go no deeper than their
throats. Wherever you encounter
them, kill them, for killing them
brings to the one who kills them
reward with Allah on the Day of
Resurrection."

326

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(1066 )]
6 1 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali ( * )
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^)
said on the day of ai-Ahzab: "They
distracted us from the middle
prayer, 'A s r prayer. May Allah fill
their graves and houses with fire,"
Then he offered it between the two
evening prayers, M a g h r i b and

^ ^

'Isha'.

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Muslim (627)]
.( ’ t v )

6 1 8 . it w as n a rra te d that
Muhammad Ibn al-Hanafivyah
said concerning 'Ali (4o): He was
a man who emitted a great deal of
m ad h i (prostatic fluid), but he felt
too shy to ask the Prophet (3^)
about m ad h i. He said to al-Miqdad:
Ask the Messenger of Allah (£g)
for me about m ad h i. So he asked
him, and the Messenger of Allah
(i_^) said: "Let him do w u d oo ' for
that."

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6 1 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali (-*)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
forbade a man to recite Qur'an
whilst bowing or prostrating.
Comments: [Its rsntnf is S a h ech ,
Muslim (480, 2078) and this is a
d a'eef isnad because of the weakness
of Al-Harith Al-A'war]

327

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Muslim (1446)]

6 2 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali said:
One day the Messenger of Allah
(£fe) was sitting with a stick in his
hand, with which he was hitting the
ground. He raised his head and
said: "There is no soul among you
but his place in Paradise or Hell is
known." They said: O Messenger of
Allah, why should we strive? He
said: "Keep striving, for everyone
will be helped to do that for which
he was created. 'As for him who
gives (in charity) and keeps his duty
to Allah and fears Him. And
believes in A l~ H u sn a tl) We will

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6 2 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali said: I
said: O Messenger of Allah, why do
you choose to get married from
among Quraish and you ignore us?
He said: "Have you anybody to
suggest?" I said: Yes, the daughter
of Hamzah. The Messenger of Allah
(ijte) said: "She is not permissible
for me (to marry), for she is the
daughter of my brother through
breastfeeding."

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Allah) or a reward from Allan (i.e. Allah will compensate him for what he will spend
in Allah's way or bless him with Paradise).

M u sn ad A li Ib n A bi T a lib

make smooth for him the path of
ease (goodness). But he who is
greedy miser and thinks himself
self-sufficient. And belies Al-Husna,
We will make smooth for him the
path for evil. [al-Lail 92:5-10]."

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622. It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (^s)
sent (*ut an exp ed itio n and
appointed a man of the Ansar to
lead it. When they went out, he (the
man in charge) got upset with
them for some reason and said to
them: Didn't the Messenger of
Allah (■;,£«) instruct you to obey me?
They said: Yes. He said: Bring
firewood. Then he called for fire
and lit it, then he said: 1 insist that
you enter it. The people thought of
entering it, but then a young man
among them said: You fled to the
Messenger of Allah (#*) from the
Fire; do not rush (to enter it) until
you meet the Prophet (^.), then if
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and told him about that. He said to
them: "If you had entered it you
would never have come out of it;
obedience is only with regard to
that which is right and proper."
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (4340) and Muslim
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623. Waqid bin 'Amr bin Sa'd bin
Mu'adh said: 1 saw a funeral among
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I will tell you something decisive
about this: Mas'ood bin al-Hakam
az-Zurnqi told me that he heard 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (*&) in Rahbatal-Koofah
saying: The Messenger of Allah (?^)
told us to stand up for funerals;
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'Uthman (&) and told him what alWaleed had done - i.e., drinking
alcohol. 'Ali spoke to him about that
and he said: Here is your cousin,
carry out the h a d d punishment on
him. He said: O Hasan, get up and
flog him. He said: You are not able
to do that; appoint someone else for
this. He said: Rather you are too
weak and helpless. Get up, O
'Abdullah bin Ja'far. So 'Abdullah
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Stop - or; That's enough - The
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lashes and Abu Bakr gave forty
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6 2 5 . It was narrated that Ibn
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me in my house and called for
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thereabouts and put it in front of
him. He had urinated and he said:
O Ibn 'Abbas, shall I not do w u d oo '
for you as the Messenger of Allah
(&2i) did w u d oo'? I said: Yes, may
my father and mother be sacrificed
for you. He said: A vessel was
placed before him and he washed
his hands, then he rinsed his
mouth, and took water into his
nose and blew it out. Then he took
water in his hands and splashed it
onto his face, putting his thumbs
at the top of his ears. He did that
three times. Then he took a
handful of water in his right hand
and poured it over his forehead,
then he let it drip on his face. Then
he washed his right hand up to the
elbow three times, then his other
hand likewise. Then he wiped his
head and the backs of his ears.
Then lie scooped up water with
two hands and poured it onto his
feet, with sandals on his feet, then
he turned his foot over (to wash
it), then he did the same with the
other foot. I said: With his sandals
on? He said: With his sandals on, I
said: With his sandals on? He said:
With his sandals on. I said: With
his sandals on? He said: With his
sandals on.

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what Allah promised on the lips of
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them. I said: Did you hear that
from Muhammad ($te)? He said:
Yes, by the Lord of the Ka'bah;
yes, by the Lord of the Ka'bah;
yes, by the Lord of the Ka'bah.

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6 2 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*gt)
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would teach us Qur'an so long as
he was n o t ju rtu b.

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said: l said: O Messenger of Allah,
when you send me on a mission,
should I go and do what you tell
me to do (with no delay) or witness
and find out what someone who is
not there cannot find out? He said:
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someone who is not there cannot
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6 2 9 . Mansoor said: I heard Rib'i
say: I heard 'Ali (4 ») say: The
Messenger of Allah (^g) said: "Do
not tell lies about me, for whoever
tells lies about me will enter the Fire."
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6 3 0 . It was narrated that Rib'i
bin Hirash said: I heard 'Ali say:
The Messenger of Allah (■■jfe) said:
"Do not tell lies about me, for
whoever tells lies about me will
enter the Fire."

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said; We saw the Messenger of
Allah (sg) standing so we stood,
then we saw him remain seated so
we remained seated [i,e., when a
funeral passed by].

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6 3 2 . It was narrated from 'Ali
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angels do not enter a house in
which there is a jit n u b person or
an image or a dog."
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said: Tlae Messenger of Allah ($fe)
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a broken horn or a cut-off ear.

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forbade gourds and varnished
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Comments: [Its isnad is sahceh, alBukhari (5594) and Muslim
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said: The Messenger of Allah (^5 )
cursed ten: the one who consumes
riba, the one who pays it, the one
who writes it down, the two who
witness it, the one who marries a
woman and divorces her so that she
becomes permissible for her first
husband, and the one for whom that
is done, the one who withholds
zakah, the one who does tattoos and
the one for whom tattoos are done.

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6 3 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (■*)
said: The Messenger of Allah (jgg)
sent me to Yemen when I was
young, I said: You are sending me
to people among whom things
happen and I do not know how to
judge. He said: "Allah will guide
your tongue and make your heart
steadfast," And I never doubted
any judgement I passed betw'een
two people after that.

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said: The Messenger of Allah ($&)
passed by me when I was in pain
and I was saying: O Allah, if my
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relief; if it has not yet come then
raise me in status; and if this is a
trial then grant me patience. He
said: "W h at did you sa y ?" I
repeated it to him, then he nudged
me with his foot and said: "What
did you say?" I repeated it to him
and he said: "O Allah, grant him
well being or heal him." And I
never suffered that pain again after
that.

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said: I was ill and the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) passed by me... And
he mentioned a similar report,
except that he said: "O Allah,
grant him well being; O Allah,
heal him."

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'Abdullah bin Salimah said: Two
men and I came to 'Ali (.&), who
said: The Messenger of Allah ($*c)
was relieving himself, then he came
out and recited Qur'an and ate
meat with us. Nothing prevented or
stopped him from reciting Qur'an
except jan ab ah .

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6 4 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: I heard the Messenger of
Allah (*is) say: "The best women
(of her time) was Maryam bint
'Imran, and the best woman (of
her time) is Khadeejah."

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(2430)]
6 4 1 . It was narrated that Zadhan
Abu 'Umar said: I heard 'Ali in arRahbah, when he was adjuring the
people and asking who had been
present with the Messenger of Allah
on the day of Ghadeer Khumm
when he said what he said. Thirteen
men stood up and testified that they
had heard the Messenger of Allah
f e ) say: "If I am a person's
,
'Ali is also his m aw la ,"
Comments: [S a h ee h because of
corroborating evidence; this is a
d a 'eef isnad because Abu Abdur
Raheem Al-Kindi is unknown]
6 4 2 . It was narrated that Zirr bin
Hubaish said: 'Ali (^,) said: By
Allah, one of the things that the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) promised
me was that no one would hate
me except a hypocrite and no one
would love me except a believer.
Comments: [Its is n a d is salteeh,
Muslim (78)]
6 4 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 <)
said: The Messenger of Allah (*&)
gave Fatimah a trousseau of a
velvet garment, a waterskin and a
leather pillow stuffed with id h k lh r
fibres.

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Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said to
me: ''Sit down/' and he climbed
onto my shoulders. I went to
stand up with him, but he saw
that I was weak. So he got down
and the Prophet of Allah ($g) sat
down for me and said: "Climb onto
my shoulders." So I climbed on to
his shoulders and he stood up with
me. I felt that if I had wanted to, I
could have reached the edge of the
sky. I climbed up onto the top of
the House, where there was a
statue of brass or copper. 1 started
shaking it right and left, forwards
and backwards until, when I had
managed to loosen it, the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) said to me: "Throw it
down." 1 threw it down and it broke
like a glass bottle. Then I came down
and the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) and
I ran and hid among the houses lest
any of the people see us.
Com m ents: [Its isn n d is d a ' e e f
because Abu Maryam AthThaqafi is unknown and Nu'aim
bin Hakeem is unknown]
6 4 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali (jy)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "The Mahdi is one of us,
Ahlal-Bait (the Prophet's family)
and Allah will prepare him in one
night."
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al-'Abbas and Zaid bin Harithah

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in the presence of the Messenger of
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order that I be given what you
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then do so. The Messenger of Allah
said: "We will do it." Then
Zaid bin H a rith a h sa id : O
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land from which I made my
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you see fit to return it to me, then
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put me in charge of the use of share
of the k li u m u s that Allah has
decreed for us in His Book, I shall
divide it whilst you are still alive so
that no one will dispute it with me
after you are gone. The Messenger
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that." And the Messenger of Allah
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and I divided it during his lifetime.
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charge of it and I divided it during
his lifetime. Then 'Umar put me in
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6 4 7 . It w as n a rra te d from
'Abdullah bin Nujayy al-Hadrami
that his father said: 'All (.&>) said to
me: I had a statu s with the
Messenger of Allah (^5 ) that no
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in and greeted him with sa lam . I
said: Peace be upon you, O Prophet
of Allah. He said: "Wait a moment,
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you." When he came out to me, 1
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someone upset you? He said:
"N o." 1 said: Why did you not
speak to me in the past, but you
spoke to me tonight? He said: "I
heard a sound in the room and
said: 'Who is this?' He said: 'I am
Jibreel.' I said: 'Come in.' He said:
'No; come out to me.' When I came
out he said: 'In your house there is
something that no angel will enter
so long as it is there.' I said: '1 did
not know, O Jibreel/ He said: 'Go
and look.' So I opened the door and
1 did not find anything apart from
a puppy that al-Hasan had been
playing with. I said: 'I did not find
anything except a puppy.' He said:
'There are three things, no angel
will enter so long as one of them is
in the house: a dog, major impurity
or an image of an animate being.'"
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reached Neenawa on his way to
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Sukhailah who said: 'Ali (*4*) said:
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misfortune befalls you', be it
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this world, 'it is because of what
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said: Tell us and we will do as
much of it as we can. He said:
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what if we are in the desert and a
little wind comes out of one of us?
The Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said;
"Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, not too shy to tell the truth.
If one of you does that, let him do
z v u d o o '. And do not approach
women in their back passage [and
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because of the weakness of
Muslim bin Salam]
6 5 6 . It wa s na r r a t e d t hat
'Ubaidullah bin Tyad bin 'Amr alQari said: 'Abdullah bin Shaddad
came and entered upon 'A'ishah
(^ ) when we were sitting with
her, as he was returning from Iraq
during the time when 'Ali was
murdered. She said to him: O
'Abdullah bin Shaddad, will you
tell me the truth about what I am
going to ask you? Tell me about
these people whom 'Ali (*fc) killed.
He said: Why shouldn't I tell you
the truth? She said: Tell me about
them. He said: When 'Ali (.&)
corresponded with Mu'awiyah
and the two arbitrators gave their
verdict, eight thousand of the
pious rebelled against him and
camped in a land called Haroora',
near Koofah, They criticised him
and said: You have taken off a
chemise that Allah caused you to
wear and a title that Allah gave to
you, then you went ahead and
asked people to issue a decree
concerning the religion of Allah.
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exalted. When 'Ali (*&,) heard
about their criticism of him and
the reason why they had split
from hirn, he told his caller not to
admit anyone but those who had
memorised the Qur'an. When the
house was filled with people who
had memorised the Qur'an, he
called for a large Mushaf and put it
front of him, and he started tapping
it with his hand, saying: O Mushaf,
tell the people. The people called
out: O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, how
could you ask it? It is only ink and
paper, but we could speak on the
basis of what we understand from
it. What do you want? He said:
These companions of yours who
rebelled, between me and them is
the Book of Allah, and Allah says in
His Book concerning a woman and
a man: "If you fear a breach
between them twain (the man and
his wife), appoint (two) arbitrators,
one from his family and the other
from hers; if they both wish for
peace, Allah will cause their
reconciliation." [an-Nisa' 4:35]. The
u m m a h of Muhammad is more
important with regard to life and
sanctity than a woman and a man.
They got angry with me when I
wrote a document between me and
Mu'awiyah and wrote 'Ali bin Abi
Talib [without adding the title
Ameer al-Mu'mineen], But Suhail
bin 'Amr came to us when we were
with the Messenger of Allah (■&;) at
al-Hudaibiyah, when he made a
peace deal with Quraish, and the
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Suhail said: Do not write, In the
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the Most Merciful. He said: What
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"In Your Name, O Allah."' The
Messenger of Allah (#;) said:
W r i t e . " M u h a m m a d the
Messenger of Allah.'" He [Suhail]
said; If 1 knew that you were the
Messenger of Allah, I would not
have opposed you. So he wrote:
This is w hat w as agreed by
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Quraish. And Allah says in His
Book: "Indeed in the Messenger of
Allah (Muhammad £%) you have a
good example to follow for him
who hopes for (the Meeting with)
Allah and the Last Day" [al-Ahzab
33:21]. So 'Ali sent 'Abdullah bin
'Abbas (.&) to them and I went out
with him until we reached the
middle of their cam p. IbnulKawwa' stood up and addressed
the people, saying: O bearers of the
Q ur'an, this is 'Abdullah bin
'Abbas (4s). Whoever does not
know him, 1 know of the Book of
Allah what can tell you about him.
He is one of those concerning
whom the words "they are a
quarrelsome people" [az-Zukhruf
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back to the one who sent him and
do not discuss the Book of Allah
with him. Their spokesmen stood
up and said: By Allah, we will
discuss the Book of Allah. If he says
something sound and true that we
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reject his false argument. So they
discussed the Book with 'Abdullah
for three days, and four thousand
of them recanted and all of them
repented, including Ibnul-Kawwa'.
He took them to 'Ali in Koofah, and
'Ali sent word to the rest of them,
saying: You know the turmoil
between us and our opponents.
Stay wherever you wish until the
ummah of Muhammad (Ye) is
united. The deal between us and
you is that you should not shed
any blood that it is forbidden to
shed or commit acts of banditry on
the roads or do wrong to any non­
Muslim under Muslim protection.
If you do that, wc will declare
war, for Allah does not love those
who betray. 'A'ishah (^) said: O
Ibn Shaddad, did he kill them? He
said: By Allah, no sooner had he
sent this message to them but they
committed acts of banditry, shed
blood an d r e g a r d e d it as
perm issible to har m ah lu d h dhimm ah (non-Muslims living
under Muslim protection). She
said: Do you swear by Allah? He
said: I swear by Allah besides
Whom there is no other god that
this is what happened. She said: I
have heard that the people of Iraq
are talking and saying dhuththuda, dhuth-thuda [i.e., the one
with a deformed arm that looks
like a breast]. He said: I saw him
and I was with 'Ali (<&) when he
was examining the slain. He called
the people and said: Do you know
this one? How many of them came
and said: I saw him praying in the

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mosque of Banu So and so, and 1
saw him praying in the mosque of
Banu So and so. And there was no
proof of who he was except that. She
said: What did 'Ali (4 &) say when he
stood over him, as the people of Iraq
claim? He said: I heard him say:
Allah and His Messenger spoke the
truth. She said: Did you hear him
say anything other than that? He
said: No, by Allah. She said: Yes,
Allah and His Messenger spoke the
truth. May Allah have mercy on 'Ali
(*&); it was his habit, if he saw
something he liked, to say: Allah
and His Messenger spoke the truth.
But the people of Iraq fabricated lies
against him and added words to
what he said.
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6 5 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 *)
said: The Messenger of Allah (3&)
was at a funeral and he said:
"Which of you will go to the city
and not leave in it any idol but he
will break it, or any grave but he
will level it, or any image but he
will spoil it?" A man said: "I will, O
Messenger of Allah." So he went,
but he was afraid of the people of
the city, so he came back, 'Ali (4*.-)
said: I will go, O Messenger of
Allah, fie said: "Go." So he went
then he came back and said: O
Messenger of Allah, I did not leave
in it any idol but I broke it, or any
grave but I levelled it, or any image
but I spoiled it. The Messenger of
Allah (ig) said: "Whoever goes
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Muhammad." Then he said: "Do not
be a cause of division or show off or
be a merchant except a good one, for
those are the ones who are lagging
behind in good deeds."
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Abu Muwarri' is unknown]

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6 5 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali
that the Prophet ( ^ ) used to pray
Witr when the adhan was given
and he prayed two rak'ahs when
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that 'Ali said: "or any image but he
will smear something over it." And
he said: I did not come to you, O
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cursed the one who consumes riba,
the one who pays it, the two who
witness it, the one who writes it
down, the one who does tattoos,
the one for whom tattoos are done,
the one who marries a woman and
divorces her so that she becomes
permissible for her first husband,
the one for whom that is done,
and the one who withholds zakah.
And he forbade wailing.

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said: "O 'Ali, if you are appointed
in charge after I am gone, then
expel the people of Najran from
the Arabian Peninsula."
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great deal of m a d h i (prostatic fluid).
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(about that) and he said: "As for
m a n i (semen), g h u s l is due for it; as
for 11u idhi (prostatic fluid), w u d o o ' is
due for it."
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is a d a 'eef isn ad because of the
weakness of Yazeed bin Abi
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directions when travelling, and
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bin Mulail said: I heard 'Ali (^)
say: I heard the Messenger of Allah
(5^) say: "There is no Prophet who
came before me but he was given
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but I have been given fourteen
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said: The Messenger of Allah (^fe)
sent me to Yemen and I said: O
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them? He said: "Go, for Allah,
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your tongue steadfast and guide
your heart."
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6 6 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said; The zakah camels passed by
the Messenger of Allah (^ ). He lay
his hand on a hair on the side of a
camel and said: "I have no more
right to this hair than any Muslim."
C om m en ts: [Hasan because of
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ismid because Amr bin Ghuzayy
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standing there, then he came back
with his head dripping and led us in
prayer. Then he said: "I remembered
that 1 was ju m tb when I got up to
pray and had not done ghusi. Who­
ever hears a sound in his stomach or
is in the state I was in, let him go and
relieve himself or do ghusl, then
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6 7 0 . Z iy ad bin Abi Z iy ad
narrated: I heard 'Ali bin Abi Talib
(#*) adjure the people and say: "I
adjure you by Allah/ did any
Muslim man hear the Messenger of
Allah (jfe) say what he said on the
day of Ghadeer Khumm? And
twelve men who had been at Badr
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6 7 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali ( 4,)
said: The Messenger of Allah (*£,)
cursed the one who pays riba, the
one who consumes it, the one
who writes it down, the two who
witness it, the one who marries a
woman and divorces her so that
she becomes permissible for her
first husband, and the one for
whom that is done.

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6 7 2 . Abu Katheer, the freed slave
of the A n sa r, narrated: I was with
my master 'Ali bin Abi Talib (*&)
when the people of an-Nahrawan
were killed, and it was as if the
people were upset about their
being killed. 'Ali ( + ) said: O
people, the Messenger of Allah
(*£;) told us about people who
would pass out of the faith like
the arrow passes through the
prey, then they will never come
back to it until the arrow comes
back to the string of the bow. And
the sign of that is that there
would be a black man among
them who had a deformed arm:
one of his arms would be like the

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not present."
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6 7 4 . K was narrated from Abu
Ishaq from al-Harith... and he
narrated a similar report with the
same isn a d .

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6 7 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali (**)
said: The Messenger of Allah (*&)
said: "The Hour will not begin
until one of my Companions is
sought as a lost thing is sought
and cannot be found."
Comments: [Its isnad is dn'eef
because of the weakness of AlHarith Al-A'war]

6 7 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.§*)
said: The Messenger of Allah (-jk)
said on the day of Badr: "Whoever
you can capture of Banu 'AbdulMuttalib, capture him [and do not
kill him], for they were forced to
come out/'

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6 7 7 . it was narrated from 'Ali (*->)
that the Prophet (£fe) said: "And
instead (of thanking Allah) for the
provision He gives you, you deny
(Him by disbelief)!" [al-Waqi'ah
56:82]. He said: "Your shirk is when
you say, 'We were given rain by
such-and-such a star.'”

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said: The Messenger of Allah (#:)
used to pray Witr reciting nine
soorahs from al-Mufassa]. As wad
said: In the first mk'ah he would
recite "The mutual rivalry (for
piling up of worldly things) diverts
you" [at-Takalhur 102] and "Verily,
We have sent it (this Qur'an) down
in the Night of Al-Qadr (Decree)''

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[a]-Qadr 97] and "When the earth is
shaken with its (final) earthquake"
[az-Zalzalah 99], In the second
ra k 'a h he would recite "By A l - ' A s r
(the time)" [al-'Asr 103] and "When
there comes the Help of Allah (to
you, O Muhammad (^5) against
your enemies) and the Conquest
(of Makkah)" [an-Nasr 95] and
"Verily, We have granted you (O
Muhammad (*&)) A l - K a w t h a r (a
river in Paradise)" [al-Kawthar
108]. In the third ra k 'a h he would
recite "Say (O Muhammad (3^) to
these M u s h r ik o o n and K a f i r o o n ) : "O
A l - K a f i m o n (disbelievers in Allah,
in His Oneness, in His Angels, in
His Books, in His Messengers, in
the Day of Resurrection, and in A l Q a d a r )   " [al-Kafiroon 109] and
"Perish the two hands of Abu
Lahab (an unde of the Prophet)
and perish he!" [al-Masad 109] and
"Say (O Muhammad ($fe)): "He is
Allah, (the) One" [al-Ikhlas 112].

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679. It was narrated from 'Ali that
a slave woman of theirs committed
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Hubaish said: Ibn Jurmooz asked
for perinission to enter upon 'Ali
(->). He said: Who is this? They

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said: Ju rm ooz is asking for
permission to enter upon you. He
said: Let him in; let the killer of
az-Zubair enter the Fire. I heard
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) say:
"Every Prophet has a disciple and
my disciple is az-Zubair."

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6 8 1 . It was narrated that Zirr bin
Hubaish said: Ibn Jurmooz asked
for permission to enter upon "AH
(•*) when I was with him. 'Ali (4e)
said: Give the killer of Ibn Safiyyah
the tidings of Hell. Then 'Ali (4)
said: I heard the Messenger of Allah
(ife) say: "Every Prophet has a
disciple and my disciple is azZubair," I heard Sufyan say: A
disciple is a supporter.

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the forenoon (d u h a).
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bin Hayyan from his father that
'Ali (4 >) said: I shall send you on
the same mission as the Messenger
of Allah (%;) sent me: Level every
grave and destroy every idol.
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because of the weakness of
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Muhammad bin 'Ali that his father
said: The Messenger of Allah (*^)
had a large head, big eyes, long
eyelashes, reddish eyes, a thick
beard, and a pinkish colour. When
he walked he would lean forward
as if he was walking uphill, and
when lie turned he would turn
with his whole body. And he had
large hands and feet.

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(..>.) that the Prophet (jg) used to
pray W itr with three rak'ahs.

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said: The Messenger of Aliah (^;)
recited Q u r'an after m inor
impurity before touching water.
And perhaps Isra'eel said: [It was
narrated] from a man, from 'Ali
(«.&)/ from the Prophet (ifc).

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6 8 7 . It was narrated that Mujahid
said: 'Ali said: I set out and came to
a garden and [the owner hired me
to draw water] - a date for a bucket.
1 drew water until I filled my palm
[with dates]. Then I went to the
water and drank from it. Then I
came to the Prophet (s^a) and gave
him some of the dates to eat, and 1
ate some of them.
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6 8 8 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: A man came to the Prophet
( ^ ) and said: I vowed to sacrifice
my she-camel and to do such and
such. He said: "As for your shecamel, sacrifice it. But as for such
and such, it is from the S h a i t a n ”

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from Banu Asad said: 'Ali bin Abi
Talib (4 i) came out to us and they
asked him about W itr. He said:
The Messenger of Allah (%)
commanded us to pray W itr at
this time. O Ibn an Nabbah, give
the a d h an - or, say the iqam ah .
Comments: [Its isn ad is da'ccf]

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said: When the Prophet (^e)
wanted to travel he would say:
"By Your help, O Allah, I move

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said: The Prophet (&£) said to me:
"When two disputants come to
you, do not listen to the words of
the first one until you have also
listened to the words of the other,
then you will know how to judge."
And 'Ali (.&) said: Since then I have
continued to be a good judge.

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said: The Messenger of Allah ($^)
was treated with cupping and he
ordered me to pay the cupper his
fee.

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because Nu'aim bin Yazeed is
unknown]
6 9 4 . It was narrated from 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (4*) that the Prophet
(i&) said: "Whoever tells a lie
about seeing me in his dream will
be ordered to tie a grain of barley
on the Day of Resurrection."

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6 9 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (4*) said: The Prophet
(*%) wanted me to bring him some­
thing on which to write, by means
of which his um tndh would not be
misguided after he was gone. 'Ali
said: I was afraid that he would die
(before I could bring it). I said: 1 can
memorise and understand. He said:
'1 urge you to pray and pay zakah
and to be kind to those whom your
right hands possess."

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6 9 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib said: The Messenger of
Allah (%) said: “After la m gone
there will be a dispute or some­
thing; if you can adopt a peaceful
stance, then do so."
Com m ents: [Its isnad is da'eef
because Iyas bin Amr is unknown]

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6 9 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, called war deceit on
the lips of His Prophet. Zahmawaih
said in his h ad eeth : on the lips of
your Prophet.
Comments: [A saheeh h ad eeth ; this
is a da 'eef isn ad ]

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bin Dhu Huddan: I was told by
someone who heard JAli say: War
is deceit, on the lips of your
Prophet (5^).

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that the Prophet (^#.) was given a
suit of pure silk. He sent it to me

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and I went to him in the evening
wearing it, I Recognised anger on
the face of the Messenger of Allah
Gfe) so I shared it among my
womenfolk.

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bin Abi Talib (Jfe) - Sufyan said: 1
think he attributed it to the
Prophet (.£&) - he said: "Whoever
tells a lie about seeing me in his
dream will be ordered on the Day
of resurrection to tie a grain of
barley." Abu Ahmad said: I think
it is from the Prophet (gg).

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said: The Messenger of Allah (gg)
used to continue his fast until
before dawn.

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of Allah (gg) taught me to say, if
calamity befell me: "There is no
god but Allah, the Forbearing the
Most Generous; glory be to Allah,
blessed be Allah, the Lord of the
mighty Throne; praise be to Allah,
the Lord of the Worlds."

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7 0 2 . Abu Moosa al-Ash'ari visited
al-Hasan bin 'Ali (when he was
sick). 'Ali (.&) came in and said:
Have you come to visit him
(because he is sick), O Abu Moosa,
or is it just a (social) visit? He said:
No, 0 Ameer al-Mu'mineen; rather
I have come to visit him (because
he is sick). 'Ali M said: I heard the
Messenger of Allah (*£.) say: "No
Muslim visits his fellow Muslim
when he is sick but seventy
thousand angels send blessings
upon him from morning until
evening, and Allah grants him a
stream in Paradise." [The narrator]
said: O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, what
is a stream? He said: The channel
that waters palm trees.

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7 0 3 . It was narrated that Zaid bin
Wahb said: 'Ali (.#.) came to some
of the people of Basrah who were
Khawarij, among whom was a
man called al-Ja'd bin Ba'jah. He
said to him: Fear Allah, O 'AH, for
you are going to die. 'Ali (Jk) said:
Rather I am going to be killed by a
blow on this that will soak this meaning his beard (would be
soaked by blood from his head), a
certain covenant and divine decree,
And surely, he who invents a lie
(against Allah) will fail miserably
(cf 20:61). Then (the man) criticised
'Ali for the way he was dressed. He

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said: What does the way I am
dressed have to do with you? It is
furthest removed from arrogance
and it is more appropriate for the
Muslim to follow my example.

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7 0 4 . It was narrated that alHarith bin Abdullah ai-A 'w ar
said: 1 said: Ameer al-Mu'mineen
will certainly come and I shall
certainly ask him about what I
heard tonight. After 'Isha' 1 came
to him and entered upon him...
and he narrated the h a d eeth . Then
he said: I heard the Messenger of
Allah (Ag) say: "Jibreel
came
to me and said: 'O Muhammad,
your u m m a h will differ after you
are gone/ I said to him: 'What is
the solution, O Jibreel?' He said:
'The book of Allah, may He be
exalted, by means of which Allah
will destroy every tyrant. Who- ever
clings to it will be saved and
w hoever abandons it will be
doomed.' He said it twice, 'Verily,
this (the Qur'an) is the Word that
separates (the truth from falsehood,
and commands strict laws for
mankind to cut the roots of evil).
And it is not a thing for amusement'
[at-Tariq 86:13-14], It does not wear
out from being repeated and its
wonders never end; in it is news of
what came before you, judgement of
what happens among you, and
foretelling of what will happen after
you are gone.'"

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7 0 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Husain from his father, that his
grandfather 'Ali bin Abi Talib (^)
said: The Messenger of Allah ($&)
entered upon me and Fatimah (^)
one night and woke us up for
prayer, then he went back to his
house and prayed for a while at
night. He did not hear any sound
from us, so he came back to us and
woke us up, saying: "Get up and
pray." I sat up, rubbing my eyes,
and said: By Allah, we will not
offer any prayers but what is
decreed for us. Our souls are in the
hand of Allah: if He wills, He will
wake us up. The Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) turned away saying, as
he struck his hand against his
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prayers but what is decreed for us,
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what is decreed for us. 'But, man
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Comments: [A sal tech h adeeth and
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7 0 6 . It was narrated that Zaid bin
Wahb said: When the Khawarij
rebelled and fought in an-Nahrawan,
'Ali (■*;) stood before his companions
and said: These people have shed
blood that it is forbidden to shed and
have raided the flocks of the people.
They are the closest of the enemy to
you, but if you go to your enemy, I
am afraid that these people may
attack what you leave behind. 1 heard
the Messenger of Allah (^g) say:
"Some rebels will emerge from my
u rn m ah ; your prayer will be as
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and year fasting will be as nothing
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recitation will be as nothing
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it is in their favour, but it will be
against them; it will go no further
than their throats. They will pass
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out of the prey. The sign of that is
that among them will be a man
who has an upper arm but no
forearm, and on it will be some­
thing like the nipple of a breast, on
which will be some white hairs.” If
the army that fights them knew
what reward they will have, as
spoken on the lips of their Prophet,
they would cease striving and rely
on that. March forth in the Name of
Allah. And he narrated the h a d ecth
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'Abdullah bin az-Zubair said: We
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al-Juhfah, and with him were a
group of people from Syria, among
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al-F ih n . 'U th m an said, when
joining 'U m r a h to H a jj (tam a ttu ')
was mentioned to him: It is more
perfect for H a jj and 'U m ruh that
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the months of H ajj. If you delay this
'U m rah so that you visit this House
twice, that will be better, for Allah,
may He be exalted, has bestowed a
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heard about what 'Uthman had
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a concession that Allah, may He be
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Book to be restricted for them and
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who needs it and for the one whose
home is remote. Then he entered
ih ram for H a jj and 'U nirah together.
' Uthinan (.&) turned to the people
and said: Did 1 forbid it? I did not
forbid it; rather it was only an opinion
that I suggested. Whoever wants to
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from his mother, that she told him:
It is as if I can see 'Ali bin Abi Talib
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for you") for anyone except Sa'd
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say: The Messenger of Allah (5^ )
forbade me, but I do not say that he
forbade you, to wear gold rings, to
wear garments made of a blend of
linen and silk or garments dyed
w ith safflow er, and to recite
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a suit of pure silk and I went out
wearing it, and he said: "O 'Ali, I
did not give it to you to wear it." So
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gave it to her to hold an edge of it,
so she took hold of it to fold it with
me, but I tore it in two. She said:
May your hands be rubbed with
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me to wear it. Wear it and give it to
your womenfolk.

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on horses and slaves, so give zakah
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some words that if you say them,
you will be forgiven, even though
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no god but Allah, the Forbearing,
the Most Generous; there is no god
but Allah, the Most High, the
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of the seven heavens and Lord of
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Abu Mas'ood 'Uqbah bin 'Amr alAnsari entered upon 'Ali bin Abi
Talib («*.) and 'Ali said to him:
Are you the one who says that in
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Rather the Messenger of Allah
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7 1 6 . It was narrated from Salimah
and Mujalid, from ash-Sha'bi, that
they heard him narrate that 'Ali
said, concerning a woman from
Koofah who he had flogged on
Thursday and stoned on Friday: I
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said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
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to offer the prescribed prayer, he
would say Allah Akbar and raise
his hands to shoulder height; he
did the same when he finished
reciting and wanted to bow, and
he did it when he raised his head
from bowing. He did not raise his
hands when sitting in any part of
his prayer, but when he stood up
following the two prostrations, he
raised his hands in the same
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Talib (.$t) and 'Ali said to him:
Are you the one who says that in
one hundred years time there will
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the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
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devils emerge to try to push the
people to the markets, and they
have banners with them. The
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mosques, writing down people's
names according to their status: the
one who comes early, the one who
prays, and the one who comes after
him, until the imam comes out.
Whoever is close to the imam and is
silent or listens, and does not
engage in idle talk, will have a
twofold reward. The one who is
further away from the imam but is
silent or listens, and does not
engage in idle talk will have one
reward. The one who is close to the
imam but engages in idle talk and
does not keep silent or listen will
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does not keep silent and listen will
have one burden of sin. And the one
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the one who speaks has no Jumu'ah.
Then he said; This is what I heard
your Prophet ( ^ ) say.
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said: The Prophet ( ^ ) said: "The
Hour will not begin until one of
my Companions will be sought as
a lost item is sought, but he will
not be found."

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said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
cursed the one who pays riba , the
one who consumes it, the two who
witness it, the one who marries a
woman and divorces her so that
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first husband, and the one for
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7 2 2 . Abu Ishaq said: I heard
Hubairah say: I heard 'Ali (4*)
say: The Messenger of Allah (?fe)
forbade - or the Messenger of
Allah (^e ) forbade me - to wear
gold rings or garments made of a
blend of linen and silk, and to use
red saddle cloths.

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the m u k a ta b (a slave with a contract
of manumission) commensurate
with as much as he had paid off."

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7 2 4 . It was narrated from 'All
that the Messenger of Allah (%,)
sent out an army and appointed a
man in charge of them. He lit a
fire and said: Enter it, Some
people wanted to enter it, but
others said: This is what we
wanted to flee from. That was
mentioned to the Messenger of
Allah (*&) and he said to those
who had wanted to enter it: "If
you had entered it you would
have remained in it until the Day
of Resurrection." He said some
kind words to the others, then he
said: "There is no obedience in
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towards Allah; obedience is only
with regard to that which is right
and proper/'

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725. It was narrated that 'Ali (4*)
said: 'Uinar bin al-Khattab (4 *)
said to the people: What do you
think about what we have with us
that is left over from this wealth?
Tlie people said: O Ameer alMu'mineen, we kept you away
from your family, your land and
your trade; it is yours. He said to
me: What do you think? I said:
That they have suggested some­
thing to you. He said: Speak. I
said: Why do you want to opt for
uncertainty rather than certainty?
He said: Stop talking like that. I
said: Yes, by Allah, I will stop. Do
you remember when the Prophet
of Allah ( ^ ) sent you to collect
zakah, and you went to ai-'Abbas
bin 'Abdul-Muttalib (.&) and he
withheld something from you?
T h ere w as so m e m isu n d e r­
standing between you and you
said to me: Come with me to the
Prophet (^g), but we found him
feeling low, so we went back.
Then the next morning we came to
him and we found him in a good
mood, so you told him what had
happened and he said to you:
"Don't you know that a man's
unde is like his father?” We told
him what we had seen of his low
mood the day before and what we
saw of his good mood on the
second day, and he said: "You
came to me on the first day when I

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still had two d in a rs of the z a k a h left
over, and what you saw of my low
mood was because of that. And
when you came to me today, I had
given them [to someone] and that
is why you saw me in a good
mood." 'Umar (^) said: By Allah,
you are speaking the truth; I
should be grateful to you in this
world and in the Hereafter.

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7 2 6 . It was narrated that JAli bin
Abi Talib (4®) said; The Messenger
of Allah (*v) taught me some
words and told me to say them if
some distress or hardship befell
me: "There is no god but Allah, the
Most Generous, the Forbearing,
glory be to Him. Blessed be Allah,
Lord of the mighty Throne and
praise be to Allah the Lord of the
Worlds.

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7 2 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*■**)
said: I heard the Prophet ($&) say:
"Whoever leaves a space the size of
a hair when doing g h u s l fo v ja n a b a h
and does not make water reach it,
Allah will punish him with such
and such in the Fire." 'Ali (*£■>) said:
From that time I disliked my hair.

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374

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Comments: [Its isnad is da'eef 
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7 2 9 . It was narrated from/Ali bin
Abi Talib that when the Messenger
of Allah (jfe) got up to pray, he
would say ta k b eer , and start the
prayer by saying: "I have turned
my face in submission to the One
who originated the heavens and
the earth, as a monotheist and a
Muslim, and I am not one of the
m u s h r i k e e n . V erily, my S a l a h
(prayer), my sacrifice, my living,
and my dying are for Allah, the
Lord of the 'Alameen (mankind,
jinn and all that exists). He has no
partner. And of this I have been
commanded, and I am one of the
Muslims [Abun-Nadr said: and I
am the first of the Muslims]. O
Allah, there is no god but You. You
are my Lord and I am Your slave. I
have wronged myself and I admit
my sin, so forgive me all my sins,
for no one can forgive sins except
You. Guide me to the best of
conduct, for none can guide to that
except You and divert from me bad
conduct, for no one can divert it
from me except You. Blessed and
exalted are You, I seek Your
forgiveness and I repent to You,"
When he bowed, he said: "O Allah,
to You I have bowed, in You I have
believed and to You I have
submitted. My hearing, my sight,
my brain, my bones and my sinews

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submit to You." When he rose
from bowing he said: "Allah hears
those who praise Him. Our Lord,
to You be praise, filling the
heavens, the earth and that which
is betw een them and filling
whatever else You will besides."
When he prostrated he said: "O
Allah, to You I have prostrated, in
You I have believed and to You 1
have submitted. My face has
prostrated to the One Who created
it, shaped it and gave it a good
shape, and opened its hearing and
sight. Blessed be Allah, the Best of
creators." Then he after said the
salam at the end of the prayer: "O
Allah, forgive me my past and
future sins, what I have done in
secret and what I have done
openly, what I have transgressed
and what You know more than I.
You are the One Who brings
forward and the One Who puts
back, there is no god but You."

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7 3 0 . It was narrated that Ibn alHanafiyyah said: 'Ali (*&) said: O
Messenger of Allah, if 1 have a
son after you are gone, 1 will call
him by your name and give him
your k u n y a h . He said: "Yes." That
was a con cession from the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) to 'Ali.

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7 3 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Prophet ( ^ ) assured me:
No one will love you but a
believer and no one will hate you
but a hypocrite.

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376

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Muslim (78)J

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7 3 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: Tlie Messenger of Allah (s^)
commanded us to check the eyes
and ears [when selecting an
animal for sacrifice]

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bin al-Hakam said: We were walking
with 'Uthman (.&) and saw a man
entering ihrctm for both ['um rah and
H ajj]. 'Uthman (&) said: Who is this?
They said: 'Ali. He said: Do you not
know that I have forbidden this? He
said: Yes, but I will not give up the
advice of the Messenger of Allah (^st)
for your opinion.

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'Abeedah that 'Ali (-&>) said: The
Messenger of Allah (&*) said:

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according to the conditions of ah
Bukhari]
7 3 4 . It w as n a rra te d th a t
Hujayyah said: A man asked 'Ali
about (sacrificing) a cow. He
said: (It may be sacrificed) on behalf
of seven people. He said: (What
about a cow with) a broken horn?
He said: It doesn't matter. He said:
(What if it is) lame? He said: If it can
reach the place of sacrifice, then
slaughter it. The Messenger of Allah
($&:) commanded us to examine the
eyes and ears.
Comments: [Its isn ad is /ws«n]

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"There will emerge some people
among whom is a man with a
defective arm, or an incomplete
arm, or a small arm." If you could
exercise restraint, I would have told
you what Allah promised on the
lips of Muhammad (ife;) to those
who kill them. 'Abeedah said to
'Ali (■&): Did you hear that from the
Messenger of Allah (ife;)? He said:
Yes, by the Lord of the Ka'bah; yes,
by the Lord of the Ka'bah; yes, by
the Lord of the Ka'bah.

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7 3 6 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(^i.) that a servant of the Prophet
(*&) committed an immoral action
and the Prophet (*&,) wanted me
to carry out the h a d d punishment
on her. I went to her and found
that the [post partum] bleeding
had not yet ended. So I went to
him and told him, and he said;
"When her bleeding ends, carry
out the h a d d punishment on her.
Carry out the h a d d punishments
on those whom your right hands
possess (i.e., slave women)."

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7 3 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: I used to think that the bottom
of the feet were more deserving of
being wiped than the tops, until I
saw the Messenger of Allah (^=)
wiping the top of his feet.
Comments: [A saheeh h ad eeth , when
all its is n a d s are taken into
consideration]
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7 3 8 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (*fe)
forbade us to mate a donkey with
a mare.

7 3 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^5 )
said: "If I were to appoint anyone
to a position of authority without
consulting (the believers), I would
have appointed Ibn Umm 'Abd
('Abdullah bin Mas 'ood)."
Comments: [Its isnnd is da'e.ej]

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corroborating evidence; this is a
dn'eejisnn d because it is interrupted
between Salim bin Abul-Ja'd and
Ali bin Abu Talib]

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complained to the Prophet (jfe)
about marks left on her hands
from making dough. Some female
captives were brought to the
Prophet ( ^ ) and she went to ask
him for a servant, but she did not
find him so she came back. Then
he came to us when we had gone
to bed. 1 went to get up, but he
said: "Stay where you are." He
came and sat down, and I could
feel the coolness of his feet, And
he said: "Shall I not tell you of
something that is better for you
than a servant? When you go to
your bed, say Subhan Allah thirtythree times, Alhamdulillah thirtythree times and Allah Akbar thirtyfour times."

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7 4 1 . It was narrated that AbulHayyaj al-Asadi said: 'Ali said to
me: I shall send you on the same
mission as the Messenger of Allah
(i&) sent me: do not leave any
image without erasing it or any
built-up grave without levelling it.

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Comments: [Its is n a d is sn fieeh,
Muslim (969)]
7 4 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali M
said: The Messenger of Allah (*£;)
liked this s o o r a h : "Glorify the
Name of your Lord, the Most
High" [al-A'la:87J.

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7 4 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4fe)
said: Three people came to the
Prophet (sfer) and one of them said:
O Messenger of Allah, I had one
hundred d in a rs and I gave ten of
them in charity. The next one said:
O Messenger of Allah, I had ten
dinars and I gave one of them in
charity. The next one said: I had
one d in a r and 1 gave one-tenth of it
in charity. The Messenger of Allah
(*&.) said: "You are all the same in
reward, for each of you gave one
tenth of his wealth."

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7 4 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali („>)
said: The Messenger of Allah (5^ )
had large hands and feet and big
joints.
C o m m e n ts :

[H asan b e ca u se
co rro b oratin g evid en ce]

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7 4 5 . It was narrated that 'Aii (**..)
said; The Messenger of Allah ($fc)
said; "U two disputants sit before
you, do not speak until you have
listened to the second one as you
listened to the first."

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Com m ents: [H a s a n because of
corroborating evidence and its
isn ad is da'ccf]
7 4 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: The Messenger of Allah (^:)
was neither tall nor short; he had
a large head, a big beard and
large hands and feet. His face had
a reddish colour; he had a long
thin line of hair from the top of
his chest to his navel; and he had
large joints. When he walked, he
walked energetically as if walking
downhill. I never saw anyone like
him before or since.

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7 4 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: Chosroes gave a gift to the
Messenger of Allah (^c) and he
accepted it from him; Caesar gave
a gift to the Messenger of Allah
($&) and he accepted it from him;
the kings gave him gifts and he
accepted them from them.

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Fakhitah]
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7 4 8 . It was narrated that Shuraih
bin Hani' said: 1 asked 'A'ishah
about wiping over the k h u ff (leather
slippers) and she said: Ask 'Ali, for
he knows more about that than me;
he used to travel with the Messenger
of Allah 0&). So I asked 'Ali (-*)
and he said: The Messenger of
Allah (^t) said: "For the traveller,
three days and nights; for the one
who is not travelling, one day and
night."

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7 5 0 . It w as n a rra te d th a t
'Abdullah bin Zurair al-Ghafiqi
said: 1 heard 'Ali (A) say: The
Messenger of Allah (£=) held some
gold in his right hand and some
silk in his left hand, then he raised
his hands and said: "These twro are
h a ra m for the males of my urruuah.''

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7 5 1 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(.&) that the Prophet (#c) used to
say at the end of his W itr: "O
Allah, I seek refuge in Your
pleasure from Your wrath, I seek
refuge in Your forgiveness from

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7 4 9 . A sim ilar rep o rt w as
narrated from 'Ali (.&) from the
Prophet ($$;).

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Your punishment I seek refuge in
You from You. I cannot praise
You enough; You are as You have
praised Yourself."
Comments: [Its istiad is qazoi]

7 5 2 . It was narrated from'Ali (.&)
that the Messenger of Allah (jfe)
forbade the people to raise their
voices over one another when
reciting Qur'an between M a g h r ib
and

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7 5 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Rabee'ah said: I saw 'Ali (.&) when
a mount was brought to him to
ride. When he put his foot in the
stirrup, he said: B ism illa h (in the
Name of Allah). When he got on it,
he said: Glory be to the One Who
has placed this (transport) at our
service and we ourselves would
not have been capable of that, and
to our Lord is our final destiny.
Then lie said a lh a m d u lilla h three
times and A lla h u A k b a r three times,
then he said: Glory be to You, there
is no god but You. I have indeed
wronged myself, so forgive me.
Then he smiled, and I said; Why
are you smiling, O Ameer alMu'mineen? He said: I saw the
Messenger of Allah (#■) do what I
have done, then he smiled and I
said: Why are you smiling, O
Messenger of Allah? He said: "The
Lord is marvels at His slave when

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he says, 'Lord forgive me/ and He
says: 'My slave knows that no one
forgives sins but Me."'

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7 5 4 . It was n arrated from
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'Abdullah bin Yasar that 'Amr bin
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to him: Are you visiting al-Hasan
[during his sickness] when you
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feel what you feel? He said to
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him: You are not my Lord, to
direct my heart as you will. 'Ali
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(-&) said: That does not prevent us
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from giving you advice. I heard
the Messenger of Allah (^fe) say:
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his [sick] brother, but Allah will
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'Umar (4*) walking in front of the
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bier. 'Ali ( * ) said: They did not like
to embarrass the people.
Comments: [H asan because of corroborating evidence, this is a d a 'eef isnad
because Abdullah bin Yasar is unknown]

7 5 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib ( * ) said: The Messenger
of Allah (%) gave me a suit of

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pure silk and I went out wearing
it. But I saw anger on his face, so
1 tore it and divided it among my
womenfolk.
Comments: [Its isrm d is saheeh, alBukhari (5840) and Muslim
(2071)1
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7 5 6 . 'Abdullah bin Shaqeeq said:
'Uthman w forbade ta m a ttu ' [in
h iajj] and 'Ali (•®=) enjoined it.
'Uthman said to 'Ali: You do such
and such. Then 'Ali (4 *) said: You
know that we did tam attu ' with the
Messenger of Allah (jfe). ['Uthman]
said: Yes, but we were afraid.

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7 5 8 . If was narrated from 'Ali (4 *)
that the Prophet ( ^ ) said: "No one
(truly) believes until he believes in
four things: until he believes that
there is no god but Allah and that I
am the Messenger of Allah Who
sent me with the truth, and until he
believes in the resurrection after

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Comments: [Its isn a d is sa h ee h ,
Muslim (1223)]
7 5 7 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (4-*) that the Messenger of
Allah (jfe) said concerning the
nursing infant: "Sprinkle water on
the urine of a boy and wash the
urine of a girl." Qatadah said: This
applies so long as they are not
eating solid food; if they are eating
solid food, then it is to be washed
in both cases.

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death, and until he believes in the
divine will and decree."

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7 5 9 , It was narrated from 'Ali (4 *)
that he came to the Prophet ( ^ )
and said: Abu Talib has died. The
Prophet (jfe) said: "Go and bury
him." 'Ali said: He died a mushrik.
He said: "Go and bury him." 'Ali
said: When I had buried him, I
came back to the Prophet (4°) and
he said: " Do ghusl."

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7 6 0 , It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (.&) said: The Messenger
of Allah ($&;) instructed me to sell
two slaves who were brothers, so I
sold them and separated them. I
told the Prophet ( ^ ) about that
and he said: "Go and find them
and take them back, and do not sell
them except together."

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corroborating evidence; this is a
da'eef isnad because it is interrupted]

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7 6 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4&)
said: W itr is not a must like
regular prayer, but it is a Sunn ah
that was established by the
Messenger of Allah (sfe).

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Comments: [Its isnad is qawi]

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7 6 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4&)
said: The Prophet ($»$) used to
wake up his family during the
last ten (nights) of Ramadan.

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7 6 3 . It w as n a rra te d from
Muhammad bin 'Ali that he heard
'Ali bin Abi Talib (4?) say: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "I
have been given that which was not
given to any of the other Prophets."
We said: O Messenger of Allah,
what is it? He said: "I have been
supported (against the enemy) with
fear, I have been given the keys of
the Earth, I have been named
Ahmad, the dust has been made a
means of purification for me and my
ummah has been made the best of
nations."
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]
7 6 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (sfe)
used to pray Witr at the time of
the adhan and pray two rak'ahs of
Fajr at the time of the iqamah.
Com m ents: [Its isjiad is d a’eef
because of the weakness of Ah

Harith Al-A'war]
7 6 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali (^t)
from the Prophet ( ^ ): We spoke of
the Dajjal in the presence of the
Prophet (*&) when he was
sleeping. He woke up, with his face
red, and said: "There is something
else I fear more for you," and he
mentioned something.

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Comments:[Its isnad is d a 'e e f because
of the weakness of Jabir Al-Ju'fi]
7 6 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali M
said: A male or female mule was
given to the Messenger of Allah
( ^ ) as a gift. I said: What is this?
He said: "A mule." I said: Where
does it come from? He said: "From
mating a male donkey with a mare,
and this is what is produced." I
said: Should we mate [a donkey]
with [a mare]? He said: "No; this is
only done by those who do not
know."

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corroborating evidence; this is a
d a 'e e f isn a d because of the weak­
ness of Shareek and Ali bin
Aiqamah is unknown]
7 6 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: When I asked permission to
enter upon the Messenger of Allah
f e ) , if he was praying he would
say S u b h a n A lla h , and if not he
would give permission.

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is a place of sacrifice."
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7 6 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 .)
said: When al-Hasan was bom, I
named him Harb [which means
war], then the Messenger of Allah
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came and said: "Show me my
son; what did you name him?" We
said: Harb. He said: "Rather he is
Hasan." When al-Husain was born, I
named him Harb, then the Messenger
of Allah (ate) came and said: "Show
me my son; what did you name
him?" We said: Harb. He said:
"Rather he is Husain." When the
third one was bom, 1 named him
Harb. lire Prophet (s&) came and
said: "Show me my son; what did
you name him?" I said: Harb. He
said: "Rather, he is Muhassin."
Then he said: "I have named them
after the fashion of the sons of
Haroon, Shabbar and Shabeer and
Mushabbir."
Comments: [Shaikh Al-Bani graded
it d a 'c ef in his book d iie cfa h (3706)]
7 7 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 ,)
said: When we left Makkah, the
daughter of Hamzah followed us,
crying: O uncle, O uncle. I took her
by the hand and gave her to
Fatimah and said: Here is your
c o u s in . W h en we ca m e to
Madina h, Ja'far, Zaid bin Harithah
and I disputed concerning her.
ja'far said: She is the daughter of
my p a te rn a l u n cle and her
maternal aunt is married to me meaning Asma' bint 'Umais. Zaid
said: She is the daughter of my
brother. 1 said: I took her and she is
the daughter of my paternal uncle.
The Messenger of Allah (jfe) said:
"As for you, O ja'far, you resemble

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me in appearance and attitude. As
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am of you. As for you, O Zaid, you
are our brother and our freed slave.
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maternal aunt, for the maternal
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daughter of my brother through
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7 7 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: I heard a man praying for
forgiveness for his parents, who
were m u s h r ik e e n . I said: Would a
man pray for forgiveness for his
parents when they are m u s h r ik e e n ?
He said: Didn't Ibraheem pray for
forgiveness for his father? I
mentioned that to the Prophet (;fe)
and the words "It is not (proper) for
the Prophet and those who believe
to ask Allah's forgiveness for the
M u s h r ik o o n , even though they be of
kin, after it has become clear to
them that they are the dwellers of
the Fire (because they died in a state
of disbelief). And Ibraheem's
(Abraham) invoking (of Allah) for
his father's forgiveness was only
because of a promise he [Ibraheem
(Abraham)] had made to him (his
father). But when it became clear to
him that he (his father) is an enemy
of Allah, he dissociated himself
from him" [at-Tawbah 9:113-114]
were revealed. He [the Prophet
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7 7 2 . Iyas bin 'Amir narrated: I
heard 'Ali bin Abi Talib (.&) say:
The Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) used
to offer nafl prayers at night when
'A'ishah was lying between him
and the qiblah.

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of Allah ( ^ ) said: "If there was
only one day left of this world,
Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted, would send a man from us
[A h lu l B ait] to fill it with justice as it
was filled with injustice." Abu
Nu'aim said: "A man from me."
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him narrate it from Habeeb from
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7 7 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: al-H asan m ost closely
resembles the Messenger of Allah
(ife) in the chest and head, and alHusain most closely resembles the
Prophet (ite) in what is lower than
that.
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in tiie d a 'e e f o f Sunan At-Tirmidhi
(4050)]
7 7 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4r»)
said: The Messenger of Allah (^c)
said: "Whoever commits a sin in
this w orld and is punished
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repeat His punishment of His
slave [in the Hereafter]; whoever
commits a sin in this world and
Allah conceals it and pardons
him, Allah is too generous to
retract His pardon when He has
granted it."

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7 7 6 . It was narrated that Habbah
bin al-'Urani said: I saw 'Ali (4i)
smiling on the m in b a r and I never
saw him smile more than that, [so
broadly that] his eyeteeth appeared.
Then he said: I remember what Abu
Talib said. Abu Talib came to us
when 1 was with the Messenger of
Allah (^g) and we were praying in
Batn Nakhlah. He said: What are
you two doing, O son of my
brother? The Messenger of Allah
Gfe) called him to Islam, but he
said: There is nothing wrong with
what you are doing (or saying), but
by Allah you will never get my
buttocks higher than me. And
['Ali] smiled in amazement at what
his father said. Then he said: O
Allah, I do not know that there is a
slave of Yours in this nation who
worshipped You before me except
Your Prophet - and he said it three
times. [Then he said:] I prayed
seven years before the people
prayed.

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Allah ( ^ ) led us in prayer. He left
then he came back, and his head
was dripping with water, and he
led us in prayer. Then he said: "I
led you in prayer just now when I
was ju n u b . Whoever is in the state
I was in or hears a sound in his
stomach, let him do what I did,"
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because of the weakness of Ibn
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Rahman bin Abi Laila said: My
father used to chat at night with
'Ali, and 'Ali used to wear summer
clothes in the winter and winter
clothes in the summer. It was said
to him: Why don't you ask him
[about that]? He asked him and he
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^ )
sent for me when I had a sore eye
on the day of Khaibar. I said: O
Messenger of Allah, my eye is sore.
He spat in my eye and said: "O
Allah, take away heat and cold from
him.” And I have never felt any heat
or cold since that day. And he [the
Prophet (Sfe)] said: "I shall certainly
give the banner to a man who loves
Allah and His Messenger, and
Allah and His Messenger love him,
and he is not one to run away." The
Companions of the Prophet ( ^ )
hoped for it, but he gave it to me.

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7 7 9 . Il was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said; I was sitting with the Prophet
( ^ ) and 'Ammar came and asked
for permission to enter. He said;
"Let him in; welcome to the good
and purified one."

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7 8 0 . It was narrated that Shuraih
bin Hani' said; I asked 'A'ishah
about w iping over the k h u f f
(leather slippers) and she said: Ask
'Ali (4*). I asked him and he said:
Three days and nights - i.e., for the
traveller - and one day and night
for one who is not travelling.

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bin Hani' said: 'Ali told me to wipe
over the k h u f f (leather slippers).

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bin Shihab said: I saw 'Ali (4 *)
saying on the m in b a r. By Allah,
we have no book we read to you
except the Book of Allah, may He
be exalted, and this document which was attached to his sword that I took from the Messenger of
Allah (jfe;), in which are the rates
of z a k a h . It was attached to a
sword that had iron adornments,
or he said, that had iron rings.

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394

Com m ents: [ S a h e e h because of
corroborating evidence; this is a
dn 'ccf isn ad because of the weak­
ness of Shareek]
7 8 3 . 'Abduilah bin al-Harith bin
Nawfal al-Hashimi said: AbulHarith was in charge of some of the
affairs of Makkah at the time of
'Uthman. 'Uthman (•*) came to
Makkah and 'Abdullah bin alHarith said: 1 welcomed 'Uthman
in the camp at Qudaid. The people
of the oasis caught a partridge and
cooked it in water and salt, then
they cut it into pieces to make
th arecd, and we offered it to
'Uthman and his companions, but
they refused to eat it, 'Uthman
said: It is game that I did not catch
and I did not order it to be caught;
it was caught by people who are
not in ih ra m , and they have offered
it to us, so there is nothing wrong
with it. 'Uthman said: Who can say
something about this issue? They
said: 'Ali. So he sent for 'Ali (.&),
who came to him. 'Abdullah bin alHarith said: It is as if I can see 'Ali
when he came, brushing some
leaves off his hands. 'Uthman said
to him: Game that we did not catch
and we did not order it to be
caught; it was caught by people
who are not in ih r a m and they
offered it to us, so there is nothing
wrong with it. 'Ali got angry and
said: I adjure any man who was
present with the Messenger of
Allah ($te) when the meat of an
onager w as brought and the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "We
are people who are in ih ra m ; give it

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to people who are not in ih ra m
Twelve of the Companions of the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) bore
witness to that. Then 'Ali said: I
adjure by Allah, any man who was
present with the Messenger of
Allah (^=) when some ostrich eggs
were brought and the Messenger of
Allah (j^) said: "We are people
who are in ih r a m ; give them to
people who are not in ih ram ." Fewer
than twelve men bore witness. Then
'Uthman turned away from the food
and entered his tent, and that food
was eaten by the people of the oasis.

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7 8 4 . It w as n a rra te d from
'Abdullah bin al-Harith that his
father prepared food for 'Uthman.
He said: It is as if 1 can see the
partridge in pieces in the bowls.
Then a man came and said that 'Ali
(^) was objecting to this. So he sent
for 'Ali, whose hands were dusty
because he had been knocking
down leaves (to feed to the camels)
and he said: You disagree with us a
great deal. 'Ali said: I am reminding
of Allah those who were present
with the Prophet (ife) when the
meat of an onager was brought to
him when he was in ih ra m , and he
said: "We are in ih ra m ; give it to
people who are not in ih r a m ."
Some men stood up and testified to
that. Then he said: I am reminding
of Allah any man who was present
with the Prophet (sfe) when five
ostrich eggs were brought to him
and he said: "We are in ih ra m ; give

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them to people who are not in
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and testified. Then 'Uthman stood
up and went into his tent, and
they left the food for the people of
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7 8 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali
bin A hi Talib that he said: A mule
was given to the Messenger of
Allah (j^) as a gift, and we said:
O Messenger of Allah, what if we
mate donkeys with our mares,
then we will have something like
this? The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "That is only done by those
who do not know."
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slave of 'Abdullah bin al-Harith
said: I did ‘ U m rah with 'Ali bin Abi
Talib (&) at the time of 'Umar - or
at the time of 'Uthman. He stayed
with his sister Umm Hani' bint Abi
Talib, and when he had finished
his ‘ U m r n h he went back, and
water was prepared for him and he
washed himself. When he had

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said: Wz’fr is not a must, but it is a
S u n n a h from the Messenger of
Allah (.^te) and Allah, may He be
glorified and exalted, is One and
loves that which is odd numbered.

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finished washing himself, some of
the people of Iraq entered upon
him and said: O Abu Hasan, we
have come to you to ask you about
something we would like you to
tell us about. He said: I think alMugheerah bin Shu'bah is telling
you that he was the last of the
people to speak to the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) , They said: Yes, we
have come to ask you about that.
He said: The last of the people to
speak to the Messenger of Allah
(£!«) was Qutham bin al-'Abbas.

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7 8 8 . it was narrated that Buraid bin
Asram said: I heard 'Ali (^) say: A
man of A h lu s-S u ffah died and left
behind two dinars or two dirhams. The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said: "Two
brands of iron; offer the funeral
prayer for your companion.''
Comments: [This is a da'eef isnad
because Utaibah and Buraid bin
Asram are unknown]
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7 8 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali (4 c),
from the Prophet ( ^ ), that he said:
"Whoever lies about his dreams
deliberately will be ordered to tie a
grain of barley on the Day of
Resurrection."

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from the Messenger of Allah (&):
'The people follow Quraish: the
righteous ones follow their righteous
ones and the evil ones follow their
evil ones."
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da 'eef isnad because of the weak­
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7 9 1 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (4*) that the Prophet ( ^ )
forbade (as a sacrifice) any animal
that had lost most of its ear or horn.
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Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab and he
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said; The Messenger of Allah (jag)
entered upon me when I was
sleeping on the mattress. AlHasan or al-Husain asked for a
drink, so the Prophet (ge) went to
a young sheep and milked it, then
al-Hasan came to him and the
Prophet (^g) told him to wait.
Fatimah said: O Messenger of
Allah, it is as if he is the dearer of
the two to you? He said: "No, but
he asked for a drink first." Then
he said: "You and I and these two
and this one who is sleeping will
be in the same place on the Day
of Resurrection."

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7 9 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4^)
said: The Prophet (^,) said: "I
went out when the moon rose as
if it was half of a dish." Then he
said: Tonight is L a ila tu l-Q ad r.
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the Prophet (*fe) say: "Whoever
leaves a space the size of a hair on
his side when doing ghusl for
ja n a b a h and does not make water
reach it, Allah will punish him
with such and such of fire." 'Ali
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my head (i.e., hair).
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Zadhan that 'Ali bin Abi Talib (4 *)
drank whilst standing and the
people looked at him as if they
found it odd. He said: What are
you looking at? If 1 drink whilst
standing, I saw the Prophet (& ,)
drink whilst standing, and if 1
drink whilst sitting, I saw the
Prophet (&;) drink whilst sitting.
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Allah (j%) had a large head, big
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eves, a thick beard, a pinkish
colour and large hands and feet;
when he walked, it was as if he
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when he turned, he turned with
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7 9 8 . It was narrated that Tariq
said: 'Ali (4 *) addressed us and
said: We have nothing of the
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written from the Messenger of
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7 9 7 . It was narrated from Rib'i
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(A>) stood up to deliver a speech
in ar-Rahbah. He praised and
glorified Allah, then he said what
Allah willed that he should say,
then he called for a vessel of
w ater. He rinsed his mouth,
washed himself, and drank what
was left over whilst standing.
Then he said: I heard that one of
you dislikes drinking whilst
standing. This is the w u d o o ' of one
who has not broken his w u doo'.
And I saw the Messenger of Allah
do this.

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8 0 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4c)
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^)
gave me two slaves who were
brothers, and I sold one of them.
The Messenger of Allah (3&) said:
"W h at happened to the two
slaves?" 1 said: [ have sold one of
them. The Messenger of Allah (^fe)
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'Ali: The killer of az-Zubair is at
the door. He said: Let the killer of
the son of Safiyyah enter the Fire.
I heard the Messenger of Allah
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was shrouded in seven pieces of
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8 0 3 . It was narrated from 'Ali
bin Abi Talib that when the
Messenger of Allah (afe) started to
pray, he would say takb eer, then
say: "1 have turned my face in
subm ission to the One Who
originated the heavens and the
earth, as a monotheist and I am
not one of the m u sh r ik ee n . Verily,
my S a la h (prayer), my sacrifice,
my living, and my dying are for
Allah, the Lord of the 'A lam een
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He has no partner. And of this I
have been commanded, and 1 am
the first of the Muslims, O Allah,
You are the Sovereign, there is no
god but You. You are my Lord
and 1 am Your slave. I have
wronged myself and I admit my
sin, so forgive me all my sins, for
no one can forgive sins except
You. O Allah, guide me to the
best of conduct, for none can
guide to that except You; divert
from me the worst of conduct, for
none can divert it except You.
Here I am at Your service, all
goodness is in Your hand and evil
cannot be attributed to You. My
existence is due to You and my
return is to You. Blessed and
exalted are You, I seek Your
forgiveness and I repent to You."
When he bowed, he said: "O
Allah, to You I have bowed, in
You I have believed and to You 1
have submitted. My hearing, my
sight, my brain, my bones and my
sinews submit to You." When he
rose from bowing he said: "Allah
hears the one who praises Him. O
Allah our Lord, to You be praise,
filling the heavens, filling the
earth , filling th at w hich is
b e tw e e n th em and fillin g
whatever else You will besides."
When he prostrated he said: "O
Allah, to You I have prostrated, in
You I have believed and to You I
have submitted. My face has
p ro strated to the One Who
created it and gave it shape and
gave it the best of shapes, and
opened its hearing and sight.

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Blessed be Allah, the Best of
creators." When he had finished
praying he said: "O Allah, forgive
me my past and future sins, what
I have done in secret and what 1
have done openly, what I have
transgressed and what You know
more than I. You are the One who
brings forward and the One Who
puts back, there is no god but
You." Abdullah said: We heard
from Ishaq bin Rahawaih, from
an-Nadr bin Shumail, that he said
concerning this h a d e e th , instead of,
"evil cannot be attributed to
You," lie said: Evil cannot be used
to draw close to You.

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8 0 4 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (^ ), from the Messenger
of Allah (%&), that when he began
to pray, he said ta kb eer, then he
said, "I have turned my face," and he narrated a similar report,
except that he said "and divert
from me the worst of conduct."

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8 0 6 . Abu 'Ubaid, the freed slave
of ' Abdur-Rahman bin Azhar,
narrated that he heard 'Ali bin Abi
Talib (4*) say: The Messenger of
Allah (£jg) said: "It is not
permissible for any Muslim man to
have any meat left from his
sacrifice after three days."
Comments: [Its istwd is qawi]

8 0 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 t)
said: When Abu Talib died, I
came to the Prophet (*£=) and said:
Your paternal uncle, the old man,
has died. He said: "Go and bury
him, then do not do anything
until you come to me." So I went
and buried him, then I came to
him and he said: "Go and do
g h u s i, then do not do anything
until you come to me." So I did
g h u s i, then I came to him and he
offered du 'a' for me, and I would
not be happy if I had red and
black camels instead of that. [The
narrator] said: And 'Ali (4*) used
to do g h u s i when he had washed
a deceased person.

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(4^) said: The Messenger of Allah
($&,) said: "At the end of time, there
will appear people who are called
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slave who falls into sin a great deal
and repents a great deal."

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marriage and the flesh of donkeys.
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that 'Uthman bin 'Affan (4*) halted
at Qudaid and a partridge was
brought to him in a bowl with its
legs uppermost. He sent word to
'Ali (4fc), who was feeding a camel of
his, and he came with the leaves

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killer of az-Zubair is at the door.
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Safiyyah will certainly enter the
Fire. I heard the Messenger of
Allah (jge) say: "Every Prophet
has a disciple and my disciple is
az-Zubair bin al-'Awwam."

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dropping from his hands. 'AH
refrained from eating it and the
people also refrained.' Ali said: Who
here is from Ashja'? Do you know
that a Bedouin brought some ostrich
eggs and the meat of an onager to
the Prophet ( ^ ) and he said: "Feed
them to your family, for we are in
ih r a m "? They said: Yes indeed.
Then 'Uthman turned away from
his seat and said: We cannot have it
then.
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said: "The angels do not enter a
house in which there is a dog or
an image."

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Hubairah say: I heard 'Ali (a&)
say: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
forbade me to wear gold rings or
garments made from a blend of
linen and silk, or to use red
saddle cloths.

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reciting the Qur'an before and

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companions to make a mistake in
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8 1 8 . It was narrated from 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (^) that the Prophet
(Sfe) said: "Blood money will be
paid for the m u k ata b (a slave with
a co n tract of m anum ission)
commensurate with as much as
he had paid off."

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8 1 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(*&) that when the Messenger of
Allah (J&) gave Fatimah to him in
marriage, he sent with her a
velvet garment, a leather pillow
stuffed with palm fibre, two
millstones, a waterskin and two
earthenware jars.

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8 2 0 . It was narrated from ahHasan
bin Sa'd, from his father, that
Yuhannas and Safiyyah were two of
the captives of the khum us. Safiyyah
committed zina with one of the men
of the kh u m u s and gave birth to a
child who was claimed by both the
fornicator and Yuhannas. They
referred the dispute to 'Uthman, who
referred them to 'Ali bin Abi Talib.
'Ali said: I shall pass judgement
between them as the Messenger of
Allah (3jg) passed judgement: the
child belongs to (the husband) of
the women and the fornicator gets
nothing. And he gave them fifty
lashes each.

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821* It was narrated from 'Amr
bin Sulaim az-Zuraqi that his
mother said: We were in Mina and
we heard someone shouting that
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) was
saying: "Do not fast, for these are
days of eating and drinking/' She
said; I lifted the edge of the tent
and saw that the one who was
shouting was 'Ali bin Abi Talib.

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al-'Abbas bin 'Abdul-M uttalib
asked the Prophet ( ^ ) about
paying z a k a h in advance and he
gave him a concession allowing
him to do that.

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8 2 3 . It was narrated that Ibn
'Abbas said: 'Ali bin Abi Talib said:
I sent ai-Miqdad bin al-Aswad to
the Messenger of Allah (sfe) to ask
him about the m a d h i that comes out
of a man: how should he deal with
it? The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "Do w u d o o ' and sprinkle
water on your private part."

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8 2 4 . It was narrated from 'Amr
bin Sulaim az-Zuraqi, from his
mother, that she said: Whilst we
were in Mina, I saw 'Ali bin Abi
Talib (<&) on a camel, saying: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) says:
"These are days of eating and
drinking, so no one should fast."
And he followed the people [to
convey this message].

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that he said: The Messenger of
Allah
prayed W itr at all times
of the night, at the beginning, in
the middle and at the end, and
finally he prayed Witr at the end
of the night.

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from Kindah, said: 1 heard a man
ask 'Ali (^): I bought this cow to
offer it as a sacrifice. He said: [It may
be offered] on behalf of seven
people. He said: [What if something
is wrong with] the horn? He said: It
does not matter. He said: [What if it
is] lame? He said: If it can reach the
place of sacrifice, then sacrifice it.
Then he said: The Messenger of
Allah (*fe) commanded us to check
the eyes and ears.

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dispute. 'Abdur-Rahman said to
Hibban; I know what made your
companion - meaning 'Ali (*-$*) audacious. He said: What is it,
may you be bereft of your father?
He said: Something I heard 'Ali
(*&:) say. He said: The Messenger
of Allah ($*;) sent me, az-Zubair
and Abu Marthad on a mission,
and we were all horsemen. He
said: "Go to Rawdat Khakh, for
there you will find a woman who
has a letter with her from Hatib
bin Abi Balta'ah to the m u sh rikeen ;
bring it to me." So we went on
our horses until we caught up
with her where the Messenger of
Allah (£,;) had told us, travelling
on a camel of hers. He [Hatib]
had written to the people of
Makkah, telling them about the
march of the Messenger of Allah
(585). We said to her: Where is the
letter you have with you? She
said: I do not have any letter. We
made her camel kneel down and
searched her luggage for it, but
we did not find anything. My two
companions said: We do not see
any letter with her. 1 said: You
know that the Messenger of Allah
(sfe) did not tell a lie. Then I
swore: By the One by Whom
oaths are sworn, you will give us
the letter or we will remove your
clothes. She stretched out her
hand to her girdle, which was
wrapped around her, and brought
out the letter. I brought it to the
Messenger of Allah (#g) and they
said: O Messenger of Allah, he
has betrayed Allah and His

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Messenger and Ihc believers; let
me strike his neck. He said: "O
Hatib, what made you do what
you did?" He said: O Messenger
of Allah, by Allah, it is not that I
do not believe in Allah and His
Messenger, but 1 wanted to do a
favour for the people by means of
which Allah might protect my
family and my properly, for every
one of your Companions has
some of his people there through
whom Allah will protect his
family and his property. He said:
You have spoken the truth; do not
say anything to him but good."
'U m ar said; O M essenger of
Allah, he betrayed AMali and His
Messenger and the believers, let
me strike his neck. He said: "Is he
not one of the people of Liadr?
How do you k n ow ?' Perhaps
Allah looked upon them and said;
'Do what you like, for Paradise is
guaranteed for you .'" 'Umar's
eyes filled with tears and he said:
Allah, may He be exalted, and
His Messenger know best.

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8 2 8 . Sa'eed bin 'Abdullah alJuhani narrated that Muhammad
bin 'Umar bin 'Ali bin Abi Talib
told him, from his father, from his
grandfather 'Ali bin Abi 'Talib (*.&)
that the Messenger of Allah (*&)
said: "Three things, O 'Ali, you
should not delay. They are: prayer
when the time comes, funerals
when the bier is there, and a single
woman, if she finds a compatible
match."

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C om m ents: [Its isnad is da'eef
because of the Sa'eed bin Abdullah
is unknown]
8 2 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^)
forbade me to wear gold rings, to
wear red, and to recite Qur'an
whilst bowing and prostrating.
Comments: [A Sahech Hadecth and
it is a da’eef is7iad because of the
weakness of Muhammad bin
Abdur Rahman bin Abu Laila
and Abdul-Kareem]

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meat was brought to the Prophet
(■*&.) when he was in ihram, and he
did not eat it
Com m ents: [Hasan because of
corroborating evidence; this is a
da'ecf isnad]

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8 3 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (sfe)
forbade me to wear a blend of
linen and silk, to use red saddle
cloths, to wear clothes dyed with
safflower and to recite Qur'an
whilst bowing or prostrating.

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8 3 2 . It was narrated that Zirr bin
Hubaish said: 'Abdullah bin Mas'ood
said: We differed concerning a soorah
of the Qur'an and said: (It is) thirtyfive verses or thirty-six. We went to
the Messenger of Allah (%) and
found 'Ali («&) conversing with
him. We said: We have differed
concerning the recitation. The face
of the Messenger of Allah (^e)
turned red and 'Ali (& ) said: The
Messenger of Allah ($^) is telling
you to recite it as you were taught.
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]

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8 3 3 . It was narrated from Zirr bin
Hubaish that Abu Juhaifah said: I
heard 'Ali (<&>) say: Shall I not tell
you of the best of this u m m ah after
its Prophet? [It is] Abu Bakr. Then
he said: Shall I not tell you of the
best of this u m m a h after Abu Bakr?
[It is] 'Umar (^).
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]

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and said: Who is the best of this

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after its Prophet? I said: You,
al-Mu'mineen. He said:
No; the best of this u m m ah after its
Prophet is Abu Bakr, then 'Umar
(4 &), and it would not be far-fetched
to suggest that tranquillity was
uttered on the lips of "Umar (4 ,).

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used to call Wahb al-Khair - said:
'Ali (^») said: O Abu Juhaifah,
shall I not tell you of the best of this
u m m a h after its Prophet? I said: Yes
indeed. He [Abu Juhaifah] said:
And 1 did not think that anyone
was better than him. He ['Ali] said:
The best of this u m m a h after its
Prophet is Abu Bakr, and after Abu
Bakr it is 'Umar, and after both of
them there is a third one - but he
did not name him.

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8 3 6 . It was narrated that Abu
Juhaifah said: 'Ali (4 ,) said: The
best of this u m m a h after its Prophet
is Abu Bakr, and after Abu Bakr it
is 'Umar (.#.), and if I wanted to tell
you of the third one, I could do so.

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8 3 7 . 'Awn bin Abi Juhaifah said:

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the m in b a r and told me that he,
meaning 'Ali (.&), ascended the
m in b a r and praised and glorified
Allah and sent blessings upon the
Prophet ($&:), and he said: The best
of this u m m ah after its Prophet is
Abu Bakr, and the second is 'Umar
(*&). And he said: Allah puts
goodness wherever He wants.

417

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8 3 8 . It was narrated from 'Ali (4 *)
that when the Messenger of Allah
(3t 5) gave Fatimah to him in
marriage, he sent with her a velvet
garment, a leather pillow stuffed
with palm fibres, two millstones, a
waterskin and two earthenware
jars. 'Ali said to Fatimah one day:
By Allah, I have brought water
until I felt a pain in my chest. He
said: Some captives have been
brought to your father; go and ask
him for a servant. She said: And I,
by Allah, have ground flour until
my hands became sore. So she
went to the Prophet (afc) and he
said: "What brings you here, O my
daughter?" She said: I have come
to greet you; and she felt too shy to
ask him, so she went back. 'Ali
said: What happened? She said: 1
felt too shy to ask him. So we went
together and I said: O Messenger of
Allah, by Allah I have brought
water until I started to feel pain in
my chest. And Fatimah said: I have
ground flour until my hands hurt.
Allah has brought you plenty of
captives, so give us a servant. The
Messenger of Allah (^s) said: "By

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Allah,, I will not give it to you and
leave a h lu s -s u ffa h starving when I
have nothing to spend on them.
R ath er I will sell them (the
captives) and spend the price on
(a h lu s-su ffa h ).'' So they went back.
Then the Prophet (3^ ) came, when
they were under the cover which, if
it covered their heads, it left their
feet bare, and if it covered their
feet, it left their heads bare. They
wanted to get up, but he said:
"Stay where you are." And then he
said: "Shall I not tell you of
something that is better than what
you asked for?" They said: Yes. He
said: "(It is) words that Jibreel (<fe£!i)
taught me." He said: "Following
every prayer, glorify Allah ten
times, and praise Him ten times
and magnify Him ten times. And
when you go to your bed, glorify
Allah thirty-three times, praise
Him th irty -th r e e tim es and
magnify Him thirty-four times."
He said: By Allah, I never omitted
that from the time the Messenger of
Allah (3^ ) taught it to me. IbnulKawwa' said to him: Not even on
the night of Siffeen? He said: May
Allah cause your doom, O people
of Iraq! Yes, not even on the night
of Siffeen.
Comments: [Its isn ad is hasan]
8 3 9 . It was narrated from ashSha'bi that 'Ali (^) flogged
Shurahah on Thursday and stoned
her on Friday, and he said: I
flogged her in accordance with the
Book of Allah and stoned her in
accordance with the S u n n a h of the
Messenger of Allah (a^;).

418

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C o m m e n ts :

4c

[Its isn ad is sahech)

8 4 0 . It w as n a rra te d th a t
'Abdullah bin Salimah said: I
entered upon 'Ali bin Abi Talib
along with two other men, one
man from among my people and
another from Banu Asad - 1 think and he sent us on an errand and
said: You are strong people, so use
your stren g th to serve your
religion. Then he went to the
outhouse and relieved himself.
Then he came out and took a
handful of water and washed
himself with it. Then he started
reciting Qur'an. Then it was as if he
realised that we found that strange,
so he said: The Messenger of Allah
G&O used to relieve himself, then
come out and recite Qur'an and eat
meat with us. N othing cam e
between him and the Q ur'an
except ja n a b a h ,
C o m m e n ts :

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8 4 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (^ ) said: I fell sick and
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
passed by me when I was saying:
O Allah, if my time has come then
grant me relief; if it has not yet
come then raise me in status; and
if this is a trial then grant me
patience. The Messenger of Allah
(ife) said: "What did you say?" He
repeated to him what he had said,
and he nudged him with his foot
and said: "O Allah, grant him well
being" or "O Allah, heal him," Shu'bah was not certain. He ['Ali]

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said: And I never suffered that
sickness again after that.
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]
8 4 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (& )
said: W it r is not a must like
(obligatory) p rayer, but it is
S u n n a h , so do not omit it Shu'bah
said: I found it written with me:
And the Messenger of Allah (3^ )
prayed W itr .
Comments: [Its isnad is qawi]

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8 4 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (<&)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
told me to offer a sacrifice on his
behalf, and I will continue to offer a
sacrifice on his behalf for ever.
C om m en ts: [Its isnad is d a 'eef
because Abul-Hasna' is unknown]

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ale- LJ.U- —Ali
said: The Messenger of Allah (?fe)
cursed the one who consumes rib a, I f "
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And he forbade wailing (for the
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because of the weakness of Jabir Al-Ju'fi and Al-Harith al-A'war]

Musnad Ali Ibn Abi Talib ^

421

8 4 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali ( * )
said: I used to come to the
Messenger of Allah (s^f) every
morning. If he cleared his throat, I
would enter, and if he remained
silent, I would not enter. He came
out to me (on one occasion) and
said: "Something happened last
night. I heard some movement in
the house, then I saw Jibreel (*B).
I said: 'What prevented you from
entering the house?' He said: 'In
the house there is a dog.' I went
in and I saw a puppy belonging
to al-Hasan beneath a chair of
ours. He [Jibreel] said: 'The angels
do not enter a house if there are
three things in it: a dog or an
image or a person who is ju n u b ." '

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8 4 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (-&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (;£ )
said: "If I were to appoint anyone
to a position of authority without
consultation, I would have appointed
Ibn Umm 'Abd (Abdullah bin
Mas'ood)."

8 4 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali said:
I was a man who emitted a great
deal of m ad h i. I asked the Prophet
($ 5) and he said: "If you ejaculate,
then do g h u s l for ja r n b a h , and if you
do not ejaculate, then do not do

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Comm ents; [Its isrtn d is d a ' e e f
because of the weakness of AIHarith Al-A'war]

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422

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8 4 8 . It was narrated that Tariq bin
Ziyad said: We went out with 'Ali
to the Khawarij, and he fought
them and killed them. Then he
said: Look, for the Prophet of Allah
( ^ ) said: "There will emerge
people who speak the truth but it
will not go further than their
throats; they will pass out of the
truth as the arrow passes through
the prey. Their sign is that among
them will be a black man with a
deformed hand, with black hairs
on his hand." If it is him, you will
have killed the worst of people,
and if it is not him, you will have
killed the best of people." We
wept, then he said: Go and look. So
we looked, and we found the one
with the deformity. We fell down
in prostration and 'Ali fell down in
prostration with us, but he said:
"They speak the word of truth."

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8 4 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali (4t)
that the Prophet ( ^ ) said: "'And
instead (of thanking Allah) for the
provision He gives you, you deny
(Him by disbelief)!' [al-Waqi'ah
56:82]; you say, 'We were given
rain by such-and-such a star/"

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8 5 0 . It was narrated from 'Ali, in a
m a r fo o ' report: "And instead (of
thanking Allah) for the provision

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He gives you" [al-Waqi'ah 56:82],
Mu'ammal said: I said to Sufyan:
Isra'eel narrated it in a m a r fo o '
report (i.e ., attributed to the
Prophet
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8 5 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 fc)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
commanded us to examine the eyes
and ears [of sacrificial animals] and
not to sacrifice one that was blind in
one eye, or a l - m u q a b a l a h , or
m u d a b a r a h , or sh a rq a ', or kh arq a '.
Zuhair said: I said to Abu Ishaq: Did
he mention the one with its nose [or
ear or lip] cut off? He said: No. I said:
What is al-m u q ab alah ? He said: One
that has the edge of its ears cut. I
said; What is al-m u d a b a ra h ? He said:
One whose ears are slit from the
back. I said: What is a l- s h a r q a l He
said: One whose ears are slit in two
lengthwise. I said: What is a l- k h a r q a l
He said: One that has a round hole in
its ear as a distinguishing mark.

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8 5 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 *)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "If I were to appoint anyone
of my u m m a h to a position of
authority without consultation, I
would have appointed Ibn Umm
'Abd (Abdullah bin Mas'ood)."

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8 5 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 >)
said: The Messenger of Allah
gave Fatimah a trousseau of a
velvet garment a waterskin and a
leather pillow stuffed with palm
fibres - Mu'aw iyah said: id h kh ir.
Comments: [Its isn ad is qawi]

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Hani' said: 'Ali <*) said: al-Hasan
most resembles the Messenger of
Allah (3&) between the navel and
the head, and al-Husain most
resembles him in whal is lower
than that.
Comments: [Its isn a d is S ah ceh ,
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of something that the Messenger of
Allah (*&) told you in secret. He
said: He did not tell me anything in
secret that he concealed from the
people, but I heard him say: "May
Allah curse the one who slaughters
in the name of something other
than Allah, may Allah curse the one
who gives refuge to an offender,
may Allah curse the one who curses
his parents and may Allah curse the
one who changes the boundary
markers."

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8 5 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: I was a man who emitted a
great deal of m a d h i, and if I emitted
m ad h i I would do g h u s l. I told alMiqdad to ask the Prophet (^.)
about it. He smiled and said:
" W u d o o' is due for that."

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8 5 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: I came to the Prophet ( ^ ) ,
along with Ja'far and Zaid. He said
to Zaid: "You are my m a w l a and
Zaid hopped with joy. He said to
Ja'far; "Y o u resem ble me in
appearance and attitude." And he
hopped with joy behind Zaid. And
he said to me: "You are of me and I
am of you." And I hopped behind
Ja'far.

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8 5 8 . It was narrated that Mansoor
bin Hayyan said: I heard 'Amir bin
Wathilah say: it was said to 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (*&): Tell us of something
that the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
told you in secret. He said: The
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) did not say
anything to me in secret and conceal
it from the people, but I heard him
say: "May Allah curse the one who
reviles his parents, may Allah curse
the one who changes the boundary
markers, and may Allah curse the
one who gives refuge to an
offender."

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8 5 9 . It was narrated that "Ali (4 *)
said: It was said: O Messenger of
Allah, who should be appointed in
charge after you are gone? He said:
"If you appoint Abu Bakr, you will
fin d h im tr u s t w o r t h y and
uninterested in worldly gains,
seeking the H ereafter. If you
appoint 'Umar, you will find him
strong and trustworthy and not
fearing the blame of anyone for the
sake of Allah. If you appoint JAli which I do not think you will doyou will find him a guide and
guided; he will take you on the
straight path."

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8 6 0 . It was narrated that a man
from [the tribe of] Banu Asad said:
'Ali (4 =) came out to us and said:
The Prophet (j^) has enjoined W itr,
and this is the time to pray Witr. O
Ibnun-Nabbah, give the call to
prayer.

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'Ali (*4 ) came out to us when the
m u 'adluUiin gave the call to F ajr
prayer and said: The Messenger of
Allah (t^e) has enjoined us to pray
W itr and this is the time for it.
Then he said: Give the iq a m a h for
prayer, O Ibnun-Nawwahah.

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Comments: [Its isnad is da'cef]
8 6 2 . It was narrated that a man
from [the tribe of] Banu Asad said:
'Ali (*#>) came out to us.., and he
mentioned a h a d eeth similar to that
of Suwaid bin Sa'eed: I was with
'Umar (A) when he was covered
with his garment.

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(4^) that the Messenger of Allah
( ^ ) forbade wearing rings on this
or this - the middle finger and the
index finger. Jabir - i.e., al-Ju'fi said: It is the middle finger, no
doubt about it.

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forbade offering an animal that has
lost a horn or ear as a sacrifice.
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isn a d is d a ' c e f because of the
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8 6 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali («&)
said: Abu Bakr used to recite in a
low voice when he recited, and
'Umar (*&) recited in a loud voice.
When 'Ammar (*&) recited, he
would recite some from one s o o ra h
and some from another. That was
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428

he said to Abu Bakr
"Why do
you recite in a low voice?" He said:
Because the One with Whom I am
conversing can hear. He said to
'Umar (4&): "Why do you recite out
lou d ?" He said: To scare the
S h a ita n and awaken those who are
asleep. He said to 'Amniar: "Why
do you recite some from one so o rah
and some from another?" He said:
Do you hear me mixing with it
something that is not part of it? He
said: "N o." Then he said: "All of it
is good."

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It was narrated that Ibn 'Umar
said: (The body of) 'Umar bin ah
Khattab (-*>) was placed between the
m in bar and the grave, and 'Ali came
and stood before the rows. He said:
Here he is, three times. Then he said:
May the mercy of Allah be upon
you; there is no one among the
creation of Allah with whose record
of deeds I would more like to meet
Allah, apart from the Prophet (^ ),
than the one who lies here, covered
with this garment.

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bin Abi Juhaifah that his father
said: I was with 'Umar f a ) when
he was lying covered with his
garment after he had passed
away. 'Ali f a ) came and lifted the
cloth from his face, then he said:
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you, Abu Hafs, for by Allah there
is no one left, after the Messenger
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of deeds 1 would more like to
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8 6 8 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (4fe) said: I was a man
who emitted a great deal of m a d h i
and I started to do g h u s l in the
winter, until the skin of my back
became cracked. I mentioned that
to the Prophet ( ^ ), or it was
mentioned to him, and he said:
"Do not do that. If you see m ad h i,
then wash your private part and
do w u d oo' as for prayer, but if
water gushes out, then do g h u s l ”

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8 6 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^t)
said: I was a man who emitted a
great deal of madhi, so I asked the
Prophet ( ^ ) , or he was asked
about that, and he said: "For madhi
do zvudoo' and for mcmi do ghusl.”

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and I told a man to ask the
Prophet (s&) about that. He said:
'Wudoo' should be done for that."

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Comm ents: [Its is n a d is s a h e e h
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Juhaifah said: "Ali (,$,) addressed
us and said: Shall I not tell you of
the best of this u m m a h after its
Prophet? [It is] Abu Bakr asSiddeeq. Then he said: Shall I not
tell you of the best of this u m m a h
after its Prophet and after Abu
Bakr? He said: [It is] "Umar.

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8 7 2 . It was narrated that AbulGhareef said: Some water for
w u d o o ' was brought to 'Ali (*&,).
He rinsed his mouth and nose
three times, and washed his face
three times, and washed his
hands and forearms three times.
Then he wiped his head, then he
washed his feet. Then he said:
This is how I saw the Messenger
of Allah (3* ) do w u d o o '. Then he
recited some Qur'an. Then he
said: This is for the one who is
not ju n u b ; as for the one who is
ju n u b , no - (he should not recite),
not even one verse.
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]
8 7 3 . It was narrated that Zirr bin
Hubaish said: 'Ali (.&) wiped his
head in w u d o o ' until it was about
to start dripping, and he said: This

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book that we read to you except
what is in the Qur'an and what is
in this document - a document
that was in the sheath of a sword
that he was wearing, which had
an adornment of iron. - I took it
from the Messenger of Allah (#?)
and in it are the rates of zakah .

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said: Part of the S u n n a h in prayer
is to put one hand over the other
beneath the navel.

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Khair said: 'Ali (4 =) taught us the
w u d oo ' of the Messenger of Allah
(^ ). The slave poured water onto
his hands and he rubbed them
until they were clean. Then he put
his hand in the small vessel and
rinsed his mouth and nose, and
he washed his face three times
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three times. Then he put his hand
in the vessel and touched the
bottom of it with his hand, then
he took it out and wiped his other
hand with it. Then he wiped his
head with his palms once, then he
washed his feet up to the ankles
three times each. Then he took a
little bit of water in his hand and
drank it. Then he said: This is
how the Messenger of Allah (3^)
used to do w u d o o  

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8 7 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: The Messenger of Allah ($fe)
said: "O people of the Qur'an, pray
Wifr, for Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted, is One and loves that
which is odd numbered."
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8 7 8 . It was narrated that Abu
Juhaifah said: 'Ali bin Abi Talib
said: Shall I not tell you of the
best of this u m m a h after its
Prophet? Abu Bakr, then 'Umar,
then another man.
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that he said: The best of this
u m m a h after its Prophet is Abu
Bakr; the best of it after Abu Bakr
is 'Umar; and if I wanted, I could
name the third one.

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8 8 0 . It was narrated from Abu
Juhaifah: I heard 'Ali (*&) say: The
best of this ummah after its Prophet
are Abu Bakr and 'Umar (d&), and
if I wanted, I could tell you of the
third one.

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said that the Prophet (*&;) sent
him to Madinah and told him to
level the graves.

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said: The Messenger of Allah
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sending me to people who are
older than me, and I am young and
do not know how to judge. He put
his hand on my chest and said: "O
Allah, make his tongue steadfast
and guide his heart. O 'Ali, when
two disputants sit before you, do
not judge between them until you
listen to the second one as you
listened to the first. If you do that,
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said: The Prophet (sgr) used to
pray W itr at the time of the a d h a n
and pray two r a k ' d ts at the time
of the iq a m d i.

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8 8 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 b)
said: When this verse was revealed
- "A n d w arn y o u r tribe (O
Muhammad (^ )) of near kindred"
[ash-Shu'ara' 26:214] - the Prophet
(ig) gathered his family together.
Thirty people gathered and ate and
drank. Then he said to them: "Who
could take care of my debts and
promises for me, and he will be
with me in Paradise and will be my
successor among my family?" A
man - Shareek did not name him said: O Messenger of Allah, you
are like an ocean; who could do
that? Then he offered that to the
members of his family and 'Ali (4 b)
said: I will.
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of Allah (jfe;) used to ride a
donkey whose name was 'Ufair.

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[in another version of this report,
it says: 'The eye, for the anus../,
which sounds more apt], is like
the string that ties up a waterskin;
whoever goes to sleep, let him do

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(very weak); it is a chain of d a 'eef
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bin Hayyan, from his father, that
'Ali (4 e) said to his father. I shall
certainly send you on the same
mission as the Messenger of Allah

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'Ali (^0 say: I was a man who
emitted a lot of m a d h i. I asked the
Prophet ( ^ ) [about that] and he
said: " W u d o o ' should be done for
that."

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said: I was a man who emitted a lot
of m a d h i. I asked the Prophet ( ^ )
[about that] and he said: " W u d o o '
should be done for that and g h u s l
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Ibn al-Asbahani from his grand­
mother, who was a concubine of
'Ali (4 &), that she said: 'Ali (41 ) said:
I was a man who fell asleep easily,
and when I had prayed M a g h r ib ,
and was covered with my garment,
I would sleep, then - Yahya bin
Sa'eed said: I would sleep before
'Isha'- I asked the Messenger of
Allah (*fe) about that and he
granted me a concession.

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8 9 3 . It was narrated that 'All (*&)
said: I was a man who emitted a lot
of m ad h i. I asked the Messenger of
Allah (sSg) about that and he said:
"For m a d h i , w u d o o ' should be done
and for m a n i, g h u s l should be
done."
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sacrificial animal with him and
told him to give its meat, skin and
blankets in charity.

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said: The Prophet (?fe) came first,
followed by Abu Bakr, and the
third one was 'Umar («&>). Then
turmoil (Jitn ah ) struck us; Allah
will pardon whomever He will.

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8 9 6 . Shuraih - i.e., bin 'Ubaid said: The people of Syria were
mentioned in the presence of 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (^) when he was in
Iraq. They said: Curse them, O
Ameer al-Mu'mineen. He said: No;
I heard the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
say: "The abdal (people who are
dose to Allah) will be in Syria, and
they will be forty men. Every time
one of them dies, Allah will replace
him with another man. By virtue of
them rain is sent and through them
victory is achieved against the
enemy and punishment is warded
off from the people of Syria."
Com m ents: [Its isnad is da'eef
because it is interrupted]

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said: The Messenger of Allah (s£c)
sent me with the sacrificial
animals and said: "Do not give
the butcher any of it."

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(1317)]

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8 9 8 . It was narrated from Ibn
Abu Mulaikah that he heard Ibn
'Abbas say: When 'Umar bin alKhattab (4 s) was placed on his
bier, the people gathered around
him , p ra y in g and in vok in g
blessings upon him before [the
bier] was lifted up, and I was
among them. No one alarmed me
except a man who seized me by
the shoulder from behind. I

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turned and saw that it was 'AH
bin Abi Talib (-&). He prayed for
mercy for 'Umar (4*), then he
said: You have not left behind
anyone more dear to me, with the
like of whose deeds I would hope
to meet Allah, than you. By Allah,
I think that Allah will most
certainly join you to your two
companions, and that is because I
often heard the Messenger of
Allah (a^) saying, "Abu Bakr,
'Umar and I went; Abu Bakr,
'Umar and I came in; Abu Bakr,
'Umar and I went out." So I think
that Allah will most certainly join
you to them.

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8 9 9 . It was narrated from Abu
Umamah that 'Ali bin Abi Talib
(<&>) told him that he used to go to
the Prophet (^ ). He said: If I
found him praying, he would say
tasbeeh and I would enter, and if
he was not praying, he would
give me permission to enter.

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that Husain bin 'Ali (4 *) told him
that 'Ali bin Abi Talib (^&) told
him that the Prophet (*£;) came to
him and Fatimah, the daughter of
the Prophet (ifc), at night and
said: "Why don't you get up and
pray?" I ['Ali] said: O Messenger
of Allah, indeed our souls are in
the hand of Allah; if He wants to
wake us up He will wake us up.

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He left when I said that and did
not say anything back to me.
Then I heard him say, whilst he
was turning away and striking his
thigh: "But, man is ever more
quarrelsome than anything" [ah
Kahf 18:54],

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Comments: [Its istiad is saheeh, alBukhari (7347) and Muslim
(775)]

9 0 1 . 'Ali bin Husain (dfc) narrated
that his father, Husain bin 'Ali (•&,)
told him that 'Ali bin Abi Talib (4 =)
told him that the Messenger of Allah
(*£) came to him and Fatimah at
night... and he mentioned a similar
report.

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9 0 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (s2g)
said: "Whoever narrates a hadeeth
from me thinking it to be false, is
the worst of liars."

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Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh]
9 0 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (^ ) said: The Messenger
of Allah (3^) said:" Allah is Kind
and loves kindness, and He rewards
for kindness in a way that He does
not reward for harshness."

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9 0 4 . It w as n arrated from
'Abeedah that 'Ali (*&,) mentioned
the people of an-Nahrawan. He
said: Among them is a man with
a defective arm, or an incomplete
arm, or a small arm. If you could
exercise restraint, l would have
told you what Allah promised on
the lips of Muhammad (i&) to
those who kill them. I said: Did
you hear that from Muhammad
(^ )? He said: Yes, by the Lord of
the Ka'bah.

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906. It was narrated that Shuraih
bin Hani' said: I asked 'A'ishah
about wiping over the klutjfain
[leather slippers]. She said: Go to

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Muslim (1066)]

905. It was narrated that 'Ali (Jk)
said: When this verse "And Hajj
(pilgrimage to Makkah) to the House
(Ka'bah) is a duty that mankind
owes to Allah, those who can afford
the expenses (for one's conveyance,
provision and residence)" [A1-'Imran
3:97] was revealed, they said: O
Messenger of Allah, is it every year?
He remained silent. Then they said:
Is it every year? He remained silent.
Then they said: Is it every year? He
said: "No, If I said yes, it would be
obligatory." Then Allah revealed the
words: "O you who believe! Ask not
about things which, if made plain to
you, may cause you trouble" [alMa'idah 5:101] up to the end of the
Ayah.

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'AH (4 t), for he knows more about
that than me. So I went to 'Ali (*fc)
and asked him about wiping over
th e k h u f f a i n . H e said : The
Messenger of Allah (*fe) used to
tell us to wipe over the k h u ffa in
for one day and night, and for the
traveller it is three [days and
nights].
Comments: [Its is n a d is sa h e e h ,
Muslim (276))
9 0 7 . Yazeed told us: Hajjaj
narrated to us and attributed it to
the Prophet ( ^ ).
Comments: [Saheeh]

442

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9 0 8 . It was narrated from 'Abd
Khair: I heard 'Ali (4 =) say: Shall I
not tell you of the best of this
u m m a h after the Messenger of
Allah (£fe)? It is Abu Bakr and
'Umar (dfe).
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh]

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9 0 9 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair al-Hamdani said: I heard
'Ali
say on the m in b a r: Shall I
not tell you of the best of this
u m m a h after its Prophet? Then he
mentioned Abu Bakr. Then he
said: Shall I not tell you of the
second one? Then he mentioned
'Umar (.&). Then he said: If I
wished, I could tell you of the
third one. And he kept quiet. We
thought that he meant himself. I

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[the narrator]
him say that?
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may they [his

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said: Did you hear
He said: Yes, by the
Ka'bah, otherwise
ears] go deaf.

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9 1 0 , It was narrated from 'Ali (.&)
that he washed his hands three
times, rinsed his mouth and nose
three times, washed his face three
times, and said: This is the wudoo'
of the Messenger of Allah (j^).

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Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, and
Muslim (627)]

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9 1 2 . 'Ali said: When I narrate to
you from the Messenger of Allah
(*%), it would be dearer to me to be
thrown down from the sky than to
tell a lie about him. But if I narrate
from someone else, then I am a
warrior and war is deceit. I heard
the Messenger of Allah (j^) say;
"There will emerge at the end of
time people who are young in age
and immature, but their speech

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9 1 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said on the day of al-Ahzab:
"They distracted us from the
middle prayer, A s r prayer. May
Allah fill their graves and houses
with fire." Then he prayed ['Asr]
between the two evening prayers,
between M a g h r i b and 'I s h a '. Abu
M u 'a i o i y a h said on one occasion:
i.e., between M a g h r i b and 'Is h a '.

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will be like the best of people. But
their faith will not go any further
than their throats. Wherever you
encounter them, then kill them, for
killing them brings to the one who
kills them reward on the Day of
Resurrection/'
Comments: (Its istiad is saheeh, alBukhari (6930) and Muslim
(1066)]
9 1 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said; The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said; "I have relieved you of zakah
on horses and slaves, and there is
no zakah on anything less than
two hundred (dirhams)."

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9 1 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali said: I
said; O Messenger of Allah, why do I
see you choose a wife from among
Quraish and you ignore us? He said;
"Have you anyone to suggest?" I
said: Yes, the daughter of Hamzah.
The Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) said:
"She is the daughter of my brother
through breastfeeding."

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Muslim (1446)]
9 1 5 . It w as n a rra te d that
'Ikrimah said: I moved on from
Muzdalifah with al-Husain bin
'Ali (*&) and I kept hearing him
say the Talbiyah until he stoned
Jam ratal-'A qabah, I asked him
(about that) and he said: I moved
on from Muzdalifah with my
father and I kept hearing him say

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445

the Talbiyah until he stoned
I asked him
(about that) and he said: I moved
on from Muzdalifah with the
Prophet (3£() and I kept hearing
him say the Talbiyah until he
stoned Ja m r a ta l-'A q a b a h .

Ja m r a ta l-'A q a b a h .

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9 1 6 . It was narrated that Maisarah
said: I saw 'Ali (^) drinking whilst
standing. I said to him: Are you
drinking whilst standing? He said: If
I drink whilst standing, I saw the
Messenger of Allah ($gg) drinking
whilst standing, and if I drink whilst
sitting, I saw the Messenger of Allah
G&S) drinking whilst sitting.

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9 1 7 . It was narrated from 'Abd
Khair that 'Ali (*4*) said: I used to
think that the bottoms of the feet
were more deserving of being
wiped than the tops, until I saw the
Messenger of Allah (3^ ) wiping the
top (of his feet).

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9 1 8 . It was narrated from Ibn 'Abd
Khair that his father said: I saw 'Ali
(4t) do w u doo', and he washed the
tops of his feet and said: Were it not
that I saw the Messenger of Allah
(j&) wash the tops of his feet, I
would have thought that the
bottoms of the feet were more
deserving of being washed.

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corroborating evidence]
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Comm ents: [ H a s a n because of
corroborating evidence]

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446

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Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh]
9 1 9 . It was narrated from 'Abd
Khair, that JAli (.&) said: This is
the w u d o o 1 o f the Messenger of
Allah (-M)- Then he did zou doo'
washing each part three times.

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9 2 0 . H was narrated that Umm
Moosa said: I heard 'Ali (.&>) say:
The Prophet (%£) instructed Ibn
Mas'ood to climb up a tree and he
told him to bring him something
from it, and his Companions
looked at the shins of 'Abdullah
bin Mas'ood when he climbed the
tree and laughed at how thin his
shins were. The Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) said: "Why are you
laughing? The leg of 'Abdullah
will be heavier in the Balance on
the Day of Resurrection than
(Mount) Uhud."

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9 2 1 . It was narrated from 'Ali (*&)
that he said on the day of the battle
of the Camel: The Messenger of
Allah (3^) did not promise us
anything on which we might base
a claim of succession, rather it is
something that we thought of
ourselves, then Abu Bakr was
appointed as his successor; may
the mercy of Allah be upon Abu
Bakr, for he did well and remained
s t e a d f a s t . Then ' U m a r was
appointed as his successor; may
the mercy of Allah be upon 'Umar,

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for he did well and remained
steadfast, until the religion of Islam
became well established.
Comments; [Its isn ad is da'ecj]
9 2 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali <■*>
said: Shall I not tell you of the best
of this u m m ah after its Prophet? [It
is] Abu Bakr, and the best of it after
Abu Bakr is 'Umar. Then Allah
puts goodness wherever He wills.

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9 2 3 . It was narrated from ah
Hakam, from someone who heard
'Ali (.#,) and Ibn Mas'ood say: The
Messenger of Allah (jfe) issued a
judgement on the basis of one
being the neighbour of the other.

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9 2 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (& ) said: The Messenger
of Allah (jfe) forbade me to wear
gold rings, to wear a blend of linen
and silk, to recite Qur'an when
bowing and prostrating and to
wear clothes dyed with safflower.

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9 2 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: Three people came to the
Messenger of Allah (3^) and one
of them said: I had one hundred

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and I sp en t ten
(in charity). The next one
said: I had one hundred d in a rs
and I spent ten d in a r s (in charity).
The next one said: I had ten d in a rs
and I spent one d in a r (in charity).
The Prophet ( ^ ) said: "You are
equal in reward, for each of you
gave one tenth of his wealth in
charity."
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9 2 7 . Ii was narrated that 'Ali said:
is not a must like the obligatory
prayers, but it is a S u m iah established
by the Messenger of Allah ($£).

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9 2 6 . It was narrated from alMusayyab bin 'Abd Khair that his
father said: 'Ali ( ^ ) stood up and
said: The best of this u m m a h after
its Prophet are Abu Bakr and
'Umar, then we got involved in
matters which Allah will judge as
He wills.

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Someone who saw 'Ali when he
rode told me: When he put his foot
in the stirrup, he said: B is m illa h (in
the Name of Allah). When he got on
it, he said: a l- H a m d u Lillah (praise be
to Allah). Then he said: "Glory be to
the One Who has placed this
(transport) at our service and we
ourselves would not have been
capable of that, and to our Lord is
our final destiny [az-Zukhruf 43:13­
14]". Then he said a l-h a m d u Lillah
three times and A l la h u A k b a r three
times, then he said: O Allah, there is
no god but You. I have wronged
myself, so forgive me; no one
forgives sins but You. Then he
smiled, and it was said: What made
you smile, O Ameer al-Mu'mineen?
He said: I saw the Messenger of
Allah
do what I have done and
say what I have said, then he
smiled and we said; What made
you smile, O Messenger of Allah?
He said: "I was amazed at the slave
when he said 'there is no god but
You. I have wronged myself, so
forgive me; no one forgives sins
but You/ and he knows that no one
forgives sins but He.'"

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9 3 1 . It was narrated from 'Ali that
the daughter of Hamzah followed
them, crying; O uncle, O uncle. 'Ali
took her by the hand and said to
Fatimah (4*): Here is your cousin;
look after her. 'Ali, Zaid and Ja'far
disputed concerning her. Ali said; I
took her and she is the daughter of
my paternal uncle. Ja'far said: She is
the daughter of my paternal uncle
and her maternal aunt is married to
me. Zaid said; She is the daughter of
my brother. The Messenger of Allah
(Sg) ruled that she be given to her
m aternal aunt and said: "The
maternal aunt is like the mother."
Then he said to 'Ali: "You are of me
and I am of you." And he said to
Ja 'fa r: "Y ou resem ble me in
appearance and attitude." And he
said to Zaid: "You are our brother
and our freed slave." 'Ali (^ ) said
to him: O Messenger of Allah, why
don't you marry the daughter of
Hamzah? He said: "She is the
daughter of my brother through
breastfeeding."

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Shall I not tell you of the best of this
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Bakr, and the second is 'Umar (<&),
And if you wish, I shall name the
third. Abu Ishaq said: 'Abd Khair
made it clear so that you would not
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'Ali (4 &)said.

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Harrah, at as-Suqya (a halting place
between Makkah and Madinah)
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Zurair that he heard 'Ali bin Abi
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took some silk in his right hand
and some gold in his left hand,
then he said: "These two are
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said: O Allah, Ibraheem was Your
slave and Your close friend; he
prayed for blessing for the people
of Makkah. I am Muhammad,
Your slave and Your Messenger; I
am praying to You for the people
of Madinah - bless their m u dd and
sa' [weights and measures] as You
blessed the people of Makkah,
double the blessing You bestowed
upon the people of Makkah, a
twofold blessing."

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9 3 7. An old man of Banu Tameem
said: 'Ali (.&) addressed us - or he
said: 'Ali said: There will come a
difficult time when the rich man will
hold fast to that which is in his hand
although he was not enjoined to do
that. Allah says: "And do not forget
liberality between yourselves" [alBaqarah 2:237]. The evil [people] will
be elevated and good people will be
humiliated. And those who are
under compulsion (of force or
necessity) will be bought from. The
Prophet (#g) forbade forced sales,
transactions based on ambiguity
and selling crops before they have
ripened.

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Allah (j%) said: "The best woman
(of her time) was Khadeejah and
the best woman (of her time) was
Maryam."
Comments: [Its isnad is saJieeh, alBukhari (3432) and Muslim
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said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
forbade me to wear gold rings and
red garments, and to recite Qur'an
when bowing and prostrating.
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(ife): I heard the Messenger of
Allah (#?;) say: "The Pen has been
lifted from three: from the child
until he reaches puberty, from the
sleeper until he wakes up and
from the insane until he regains
his sanity/'
Comments: [S aheeh because of
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9 4 1 . It was narrated that ashSha'bi said: A married adulterer
was brought to 'Ali. He gave him
one hundred lashes on Thursday
and he stoned him on Friday. It
was said to him: You gave him two
h a d d punishments? He said: I
flogged him in accordance with the
Book of Allah and I stoned him in
accordance with the Sutm ah of the
Messenger of Allah (&■).

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9 4 2 . It was narrated that ashSha'bi said: A freed slave woman
of Sa'eed bin Qais, who was
married and had committed an
immoral action,, was brought to
'Ali. He gave her one hundred
lashes then he stoned her. Then he
said: I flogged her in accordance
with the Book of Allah and I stoned
her in accordance with the S u n n ah
of the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ).

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9 4 3 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair said: I saw "Ali (.&) call for
water for w u d o o '. Then he wiped
himself thoroughly with it and
wiped the tops of his feet, then he
said: This is the w u d o o ' of one who
has not broken his w u d o o '. Then he
said: Were it not that I saw the
Messenger of Allah
wipe the
tops of his feet, I would have
thought that the bottom of the feet
were more deserving of being
wiped. Then he drank the left over
w u d oo ' water whilst standing, then
he said: Where are those who claim
that no one should drink whilst
standing?

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Abi Talib (<&) that he described the
Prophet (jgte) and said: He had a
large head, a red d ish w hite
complexion, a large beard, large
joints and large hands and feet. He
had a long line of hair running
from his chest to his navel and the
hair on his head was thick and
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forward when walking as if he was
walking uphill, and he was neither
tall nor short. I have never seen
anyone like him (3^) before or
since. 'Ali bin Hakeem said in his
h a d eeth : 'Ali bin Abi Talib (*&)
described the Messenger of Allah
(3^3) to us. He said: He had a large
head and beautiful, slightly wavy
hair.

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said: The Messenger of Allah (^w)
was neither short not tall; he had a
large head, wavy hair, a big beard
and a reddish complexion. There
was a long line of hair running
from his chest to his navel. He had
large joints and large hands and
feet. When he walked, he walked
energetically as if walking down­
hill. I have never seen anyone like
him before or since.

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9 4 7 . It was narrated that Nafi' bin
Jubair bin Mut'im said; 'Ali (^)
was asked about how the Prophet
(■3fe) looked. He said; He was not
short and not tall, and he had a
reddish colour and beautiful,
slightly wavy hair. He had large
joints and large hands, a large head
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said: When we came to Madinah
we ate from its fruits and did not
feel comfortable in it, and we
became ill. The Prophet ( ^ ) was
trying to find out about the well of
Badr, and when we heard that the
im ish rik cen had come, the Messenger
of Allah (jte) marched to Badr, and
Badr was a well. We got there
before the m u s h r i k e e n and we
found two of their men, a man
from Quraish and a freed slave of
'Uqbab bin Abi Mu'ait. As for the
Qurashi, he managed to escape,
but we caught the freed slave of
'Uqbah and started asking him:
How many are the people? He
said; By Allah, they are great in
number and powerful. When he
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the Prophet ($k), who said: How
many are the people? He said: By
Allah, they are great in number
and powerful. The Prophet (3k)
tried hard to make him tell him
how many they were, but he
refused. Then the Prophet (3*5 )
asked him: How many camels do
they slaughter? He said: Ten each
day. The Messenger of Allah (3k.)
said: They are one thousand; each
camel is for one hundred men.
Then a shower of rain fell on us at
night and we rushed to seek shelter
beneath the trees and leather
shields, sheltering from the rain.
The Messenger of Allah (3k,) spent
the night calling upon his Lord,
may He be glorified and exalted,
saying: "O Allah, if You cause this
band to be destroyed, You will
never be w orshipped." When
dawn came, he called out: "Prayer,
O slaves of Allah!" And the people
came from beneath the trees and
shields and the Messenger of Allah
($&;) led us in prayer and
encouraged us to fight. Then he
said: "The army of Quraish is
beneath this red outcrop of the
mountain." When the people drew
close to us, and we stood in ranks
facing one another, we saw one of
their men, riding a red camel of his,
going around among the people.
The Messenger of Allah ($k) said:
"O 'Ali, call Hamzah for me" - as
he was the closest of them to the
m u sh rikc en - and said "Who is the
one on the red camel and what is
he saying to them?" Then the
Messenger of Allah (3k;) said: "If

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there is anyone among the people
who is enjoining good, then
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camel." Hamzah came and said:
He is 'Utbah bin Rabee'ah, and he
is telling them not to fight; he is
saying to them: O people, I can see
people who are going to fight to
the death and you will never be
able to harm them, because it will
cost you too dear to do so. O
people, put the blame on me and
say: 'Utbah bin Rabee'ah is a
coward, although you know that 1
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you, Abu Jahl heard that and said:
Are you saying this? By Allah, if
anyone else said this I would have
insulted him; you are filled with
fear, 'Utbah said: Do you mean me,
C) you with the whistling rear end
(i.e., one who breaks wind a great
deal because of fear)? Today you
will know which of us is the
cow ard. Then 'Utbah and his
brother Shaibah and his son alWaleed stepped forward in a
display of courage and said: Who
will come out to fight in single
combat? Six young men of the
A n sa r stepped forward, but 'Utbah
said: We do not want these; let
som e of our cousins of Banu
'Abdul-Muttalib come out. The
Messenger of Allah (sfe) said: "Get
up, O Ali; get up, O Hamzah; get
up, O 'Ubaidah bin al-Harith bin
'Abdul-Muttalib," Allah caused
'Utbah and Shaibah, the two sons
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was wounded. We killed seventy
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short Ansari man brought al'Abbas bin 'Abdul-Muttalib as a
captive, and al-'Abbas said: O
Messenger of Allah, by Allah, this
is not the one who captured me; I
was captured by a bald man who
was one of the most handsome of
people, who was riding a piebald
horse, but I do not see him among
the people. The Ansari said: I
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Allah. He said: "'Be quiet! Allah,
may He be exalted, supported you
with a noble angel." 'Ali
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among Banu 'Abdul-Muttalib, we
captured al-'Abbas, 'Aqeel and
Nawfal bin al-Harith.
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh]
9 4 9 . It was narrated from alMiqdam bin Shuraih, that his father
said: I asked 'A'ishah: Tell me about
a man among the Companions of
the Prophet (3^) whom I can ask
about wiping over the khu jftiin . She
said: Go to 'Ali (*&) and ask him,
for he stayed close to the Prophet
(&>)■ So I went to 'Ali (^) and asked
him, and he said: The Messenger of
Allah (*&) told us to wipe over our
k h ifa f when we travelled.
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the Messenger of Allah (^fe) speak
on the day of Ghadeer Khumm,
let him stand up. And (of the
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9 5 1 . A h a d eeth like that of Abu
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Murr, i.e., from Sa'eed and Zaid,
and he added to it: "and support
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Harb. He said: "Rather, he is
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the Messenger of Allah ($£) tell
you anything that was only for
you? He said: He did not tell us
anything that was only for us
without telling all other people,
except that which is in the sheath
of this sword of mine. He brought
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written: "May Allah curse the one
who slaughters in the name of
something other than Allah, may
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boundary markers, may Allah
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9 5 5 . It was narrated from 'Amr
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visiting Hasan [during his sick­
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feel? He said to him: Yes; you are
not the Lord of my heart, to direct
it as you will. 'Ali (*&) said: That
does not prevent me from giving
you advice. I heard the Messenger
of Allah
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Muslim who visits a [sick] Muslim,
but Allah will send to him seventy
thousand angels who will send
blessings upon him from whatever
hour of the day it is until evening
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the Prophet
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from the crazy - or insane- one
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W itr: "O Allah, I seek refuge in
Your pleasure from Your wrath; I
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put it on, then 1 saw displeasure in
his face, and he told me to divide it
between the women as head
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instructions for something to be
done, then they would come and
say: We did such and such. And he
would say; Allah and His Messenger
spoke the truth. Al-Ashtar said to
him: What you say is becoming
widespread among the people. Is it
something that the Messenger of
Allah (jfe) advised you to say? 'Ali
(*&>) said: The Messenger of Allah
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anything to the exclusion of other
people, except something I heard
from him and it is written in a
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took out a document, in which it
said: "Whoever commits an offence
or gives refuge to an offender, upon
him be the curse of Allah and the
angels and all the people; no n afl or
obligatory act of worship will be
accepted from him," And in it was
said: "Ibraheem declared Makkah to
be a sanctuary and I declare
Madinah to be a sanctuary; the area
between its two lava fields and all of
its territory is sacred. Its grasses are
not to be cut, and its game is not to
be disturbed, and its lost property is
not to lie picked up except by the
one who announces it, and no tree is
to be cut in it, except what a man
needs to feed his camel. And no
weapon is to be carried in it for
fighting." And in it was said: "All
the believers are equal in respect of
blood [i.e., their lives are of equal
value]. The protection offered by the
least among them is to be honoured.
They should be united as one
against their enemies, A believer is
not to be killed (in retaliation) for a
disbeliever, nor one who has a
covenant during the covenant.

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9 6 0 . It was narrated from 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (*&) that the Prophet (jfc)
used to say when he bowed: "O
Allah, to You I have bowed, in You
I have believed and to You I have
submitted. You are my Lord. My
hearing, my sight, my brain, my
bones and my sinews submit to
You. Whatever my feet carry is for
Allah, the Lord of the Worlds."

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'Ali (*&) in ar-Rahbah, adjuring the
people, (saying): I adjure by Allah
anyone who heard the Messenger
of Allah (jk) say on the day of
Ghadeer Khumm: "If I am a person's
m aw la (friend and supporter) then
'Ali is also his mowin'', to stand up
and testify. 'Abdur-Rahman said:
And twelve men who had been at
Badr stood up. It is as if I can see one
of them. And they said: We bear
witness that we heard the Messenger
of Allah (j^) say on the day of
Ghadeer Khumm: "Am I not closer
to the believers than their own
selves and my wives are their
mothers?" We said: Yes indeed, O
Messenger of Allah. He said: "If I
am a person s m a w la (friend and
supporter) then 'Ali is also his
m a w la ; O Allah, take as friends
those who take him as a friend, and
take as enemies those who take
him as an enemy."

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Shihab said: I saw 'Ali (.&) on the
m i n b a r , d elivering a speech,
wearing a sword that had an
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say: By Allah, we do not have any
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exalted, and this document that the
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me. In it are the rates of znknh. He
said: [This was] a document that
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9 6 4 . Simak bin 'Ubaid bin alWaleed al-'Absi said: I entered
upon 'Abdur-Rahman bin Abi
Laila, who told me that he heard
'Ali (4 *) say in ar-Rahbah; I adjure
by Allah any man who heard the
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da'eef isnad]
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9 6 3 . It was narrated that Malik
bin 'Umair said: I was sitting with
'Ali (^k) and Sa'sa'ah bin Soohan
came in and greeted him, then he
said: O Ameer al-M u'mineen,
forbid to us that which the Messenger
of Allah (sfeg) forbade you. He said:
He forbade us to use gourds, green
glazed pitchers, varnished jars and
hollow ed-out stum ps, and he
forbade us to wear a blend of linen
and silk, to use red saddle cloths,
silk and gold jewellery. Then he
said: The Messenger of Allah (3^ )
gave me a suit of silk and I went
out wearing it so that people
would see me wearing a garment
that the Messenger of Allah (3te)
had given to me. The Messenger of
Allah (a%) saw me and told me to
take it off, so I sent one piece to
Fatimah and I tore the other and
shared it out among his wives.

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present on the day of Ghadeer
Khumrrt to stand up, and no one is
to stand up except those who saw
him. Twelve men stood up and
said: We saw and heard him when
he took him by the hand and said,
"O Allah, take as friends those
who take him as a friend, and take
as enemies those who take him as
an enemy, support those who
support him and forsake those
who forsake him." Everyone stood
up except three. He prayed against
them and his supplication against
them was fulfilled.

467

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Comments: [H asan because of corroborating evidence, apart from the phrase
"support those who support him and forsake those who forsake him"; this
is a d a 'ccf i$nad]
9 6 5 . It was narrated that 'Abdur­
Rahman bin Abi Laila said: When
'Ali bin Abi Talib (.-&*) heard the
m u 'd h d h in giving the a d h n n , he
used to repeat after him. When he
said, I bear witness that there is no
god but Allah and I bear witness
that Muhammad is the Messenger
of Allah, 'Ali (*&) would say: 1 bear
witness that there is no god but
Allah and I bear witness that
Muhammad is the Messenger of
Allah, and that those who deny
Muhammad are the liars.
Comm ents: [Its is n a d is d a ' e e f
because of the weakness of
Abdur-Rahman bin Ishaq alWasiti]
9 6 6 . It was narrated that Shuraih
bin Hani' said: I asked 'A'ishah
about wiping over the k h u ffa in
(leather slippers) and she said: Ask
'Ali bin Abi Talib
for he used

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468

to travel with the Messenger of
Allah (£*). So I asked him and he
said: For the traveller (the k h u ffa in
may be wiped over) for three days
and nights and for the one who is
not travelling, one day and night.
Yahya said: He - meaning Shu'bah
- used to attribute it to the Prophet
then he stopped doing that.

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9 6 7 . It was narrated that Abu
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of Allah (a&) say: Were it not that it
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passed, Allah, may He be exalted,
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so that he might be forgiven?
Comments: [Hasan because of corroborating evidence; this is a d a 'cef isnad

because Ata' al-Madani is unknownl
9 6 8 . A h a d eeth like that of Abu
Hurairah was narrated from 'Ali bin
Abi Talib (^) from the Prophet (*fe).
Comments: [Its isHfld is hasan ]

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9 6 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&•)
was asked about W itr and whether
it was obligatory. He said: It is not
like the obligatory prayer, but it is a
S u n n a h that was done by the
Messenger of Allah (^e) and his
Companions, and they continued
doing it until the end of their lives.

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9 7 0 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(4^) that he called for a jug of
water, then he said: Where are
those who say that they dislike
drinking whilst standing? He took
it and drank whilst standing, then
he did a light w u d oo ' and wiped
over his shoes, then he said: This
is the w u d o o ' of the Messenger of
Allah (3^) for one who is pure
and has not broken his w u doo'.

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9 7 1 .It was narrated from 'Ali (4 *)
that he did w u d o o ' washing each
part three times and he drank the
water left over from his w u d oo',
then he said: This is what I saw
the Messenger of Allah (£%) do.

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9 7 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah (-^)
said: "If one of you sneezes, let

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Musnad Ali Ibn Abi Talib 4e

him say, Praise be to Allah the
Lord of the Worlds, and let those
who are around him say: May
Allah have mercy on you, and let
him say, May Allah guide you
and rectify your condition."

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Com m ents: [ H a s a n because of
corroborating evidence; see the
report above]

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C om m ents: [Hasan because of
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9 7 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali (jfe)
said; The Messenger of Allah (afe)
said: "If one of you sneezes, let
him say, Praise be to Allah in all
situations, and let those who are
around him say: May Allah have
mercy on you, and let him reply,
May Allah guide you and rectify
your condition."

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9 7 4 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair said: 'Ali bin Abi Talib (.&)
came out to us when we were in
the mosque and said; Where is
the one who was asking about
Wi'fr? Those among us who had
started the first rak'ali added a
second to it so as to make it even,
then we gathered around him and
he said: The Messenger of Allah
0^5) used to pray W itr at the
beginning of the night, then he
prayed W itr in the middle of the
night, then he settled on praying
W itr at this time. He said: That
was when dawn was breaking.

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Musnad Ali lbn Abi Talib

9 7 5 . It w as n a rra te d th a t
'Abdullah bin Nafi' said: Abu
Moosa al-Ash'ari visited al-Hasan
bin 'Ali when he was sick, 'AH
(.&>) said to him: Are you visiting
him because he is sick, or is this a
social visit? Abu Moosa said:
Rather I have come to visit him
because he is sick. 'Ali (4*) said: I
heard the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
say: "Whoever visits a sick person
in the morning, seventy thousand
angels will go out with him, all of
them praying for forgiveness for
him, until evening comes, and he
will have a garden in Paradise.
And whoever visits a sick person
in the evening, seventy thousand
angels will go out with him, all of
them praying for forgiveness for
him until morning comes, and he
will have a garden in Paradise.

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Comments: [Hasan; but the correct view is that it is mnwqoot]
9 7 6 , It w as n a rra te d th a t
'Abdullah bin Nafi' said: Abu
Moosa al-Ash'ari visited al-Hasan
bin 'Ali bin Abi Talib (4 *) when he
was sick. 'Ali (4fc) said to him: Have
you come to visit him because he is
sick or is it a social visit? He said:
No; rather I have come to visit him
because he is sick. 'Ali (4 ®) said:
There is no Muslim who visits a
sick person, but seventy thousand
angels go out with him, all of them
praying for forgiveness for him. If
he went out in the morning [they
continued to do that] until evening
comes, and he will have a garden
in Paradise. If he goes out in the
evening, seventy thousand angels

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472

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go out with him, all of them
praying for forgiveness for him
until morning comes, and he will
have a garden in Paradise/'
Comments: [Hasan , see the report above]
9 7 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (*&)
said: I was a man who emitted a
great deal of m a d h i . I asked the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) about that
and he said: "For m ad h i , do w udoo'
and for m ani do ghu sl."

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9 7 8 . It was narrated from Mujalid
that 'Amir said: Sharahah had a
husband who was absent in Syria.
She became pregnant and her
former master brought her to 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (•&) and said: This one
has committed z in a . She admitted
it, so he gave her one hundred
lashes on Thursday and stoned her
on Friday; he dug a hole for her to
her navel, and I was present. Then
he said: Stoning is a S u n n a h
established by the Messenger of
Allah (jfc;). If anyone saw her do it,
the first one to throw a stone
should be the one who witnessed
it; he should give his testimony and
follow his testimony with his stone.
But she admitted it, so I will be the
first one to stone her. He threw a
stone at her, then the people stoned
her and I was among them. By
Allah, I was among those who
killed her.
Comments: [Saheeh]

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da'eef because of the weakness of
Yazeed bin Abu Ziyad]
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9 7 9 . It w as n arra te d from
Muhammad bin 'U baidullah,
from his father, that his paternal
unde said: 'Ali (-4 =) was asked:
Can a man ride his sacrificial
animal? He said: There is nothing
wrong with it; the Prophet (3fe)
used to pass by men who were
walking, and he would tell them
to ride his sacrificial animals, i.e.
the Prophet's sacrificial animals.
He said: And there is nothing you
could follow that is better than
the S u tm a h of your Prophet (^ ).

473

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because Muhammad bin Ubaidullah is unknown]
9 8 0 . It was narrated that Ali
y&
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said: The Messenger of Allah (^e)
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the two who witness it, the one
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who writes it down, the one who
withholds z a k a h , the woman who
does tattoos and the woman who
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gets tattoos done, the one who
marries a woman and divorces her
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so that she becomes permissible for
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her first husband, and the one for
whom that is done. He said: And
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he used to forbid wailing (for the
deceased).
Comments: [Hasan because of corroborating evidence; this is a d a 'cef isnad
because of the weakness of al-Harith ahA'war]
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9 8 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 =)
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said: Purple saddle cloths and
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wearing a blend of linen and silk
and gold rings were forbidden.
r^ Muhammad said: I mentioned
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that to my brother Yahya bin
Seereen and he said: Did you not
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hear this? Yes, and borders of silk
brocade,
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474

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Comments: [Its isn ad is sa h eeh ]
9 8 2 . It w as n a rra te d th a t
'Abeedah said: 'Ali (-&) mentioned
the people of an-Nahrawan. He
said: Among them is a man with a
defective arm, or an incomplete
arm, or a small arm. If you could
exercise restraint, I would have
told you what Allah promised on
the lips of Muhammad (5^ ) to
those who kill them. I said: Did
you hear that from him? He said:
Yes, by the Lord of the Ka'bah.

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Comments: [Its is n a d is sa h e e h ,
Muslim (1066)]
9 8 3 , It w as n a r r a te d th a t
'Abeedah said: When 'Ali killed
the people of an-Nahrawan he
said: Look for him. And they found
him in a ditch lying beneath the
slain. They brought him out and
'Ali (.&,) came to his companions
and said: If you could exercise
restraint, I would have told you
what Allah promised on the lips of
Muhammad (jg*) to those who kill
them. I said: Did you hear that
from the Messenger of Allah (# 5 )?
He said: Yes, by the Lord of the
Ka'bah.
Com m ents: [ S a h e e h because of
corroborating evidence; this is a
h asan isnad]

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9 8 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^ )
said: The Messenger of Allah ($&.)
said: "I have relieved you of z ak ah
on horses and slaves. And on

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475

silver (the zak ah ) is one quarter of
one tenth.

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9 8 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: If you are told a h a d e e th from
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ), then
think of it in the most guided, the
best and the most pious manner.

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da'eef because it is interrupted]
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9 8 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4 t)
said: If you are told a hadeeth from
the Messenger of Allah ($&), then
think of it in the best, most
guided and most pious manner.
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh]

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said: If you are told a h a d eeth from
the Messenger of Allah (sgg), then
think of the Messenger of Allah
(3^ ) in the best, most pious and
most guided manner. 'Ali (,#,) came
out to us when the m u 'a d h d h in was
giving the call to prayer and said:
Where is the one who was asking
about W itr ? This time for W itr is
good.
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9 8 8 . It w as n arrated from
'Abeedah that 'Ali (4 b) mentioned
the people of an-Nahrawan. He
said: Among them is a man with
a defective arm, or an incomplete
arm, or a small arm. If you could
exercise restraint, I would have
told you what Allah promised on
the lips of Muhammad (5* ) to
those who kill them. I said: Did
you hear him? He said: Yes, by
the Lord of the Ka'bah.

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heard 'Abd Khair say: I was with
'Ali and a chair and a stone vessel
of water were brought. He washed
his hands three times, his face three
times, his forearms three times,
and he wiped his head - Yahya
described it: he started at the front
of his head and moved to the back.
And he said: I do not know
whether he brought his hands back
to the front or not - and he washed
his feet. Then he said: Whoever
would like to see the w u d o o ' of the
Messenger of Allah (sfe), this is the
w u d o o ' of the Messenger of Allah
(3fe). Abu 'Abdur-Rahman said:
Shu'bah made a mistake with this;
rather it was narrated from Khalid
bin 'Alqamah, from 'Abd Khair.

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9 9 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali (4>)
said: We thought that it was F ajr,
but the Messenger of Allah (# 5)

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that the Messenger of Allah (ife)
said: "The believers are equal in
respect of blood and they are one
against their enemies; protection
given even by the least among them
is to be honoured/ but no believer is
to be killed (in retaliation) for a
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9 9 2 . It was narrated from Voosuf
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mother, that a man passed by them
on a camel in Mina during the days
of at-T ashreeq (saying): These are
days of eating and drinking. I
asked who he was and they said:
'Ali bin Abi Talib,

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9 9 3 . It was narrated that Qais bin
'Ubad said: I set out with al-Ashtar
to go to 'Ali (^fe). We said: Did the
Prophet of Allah (^s) tell you
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the people? He said: No, except
what is in this document. He [the
narrator] said: A document in the
sheath of this sword. In it was said:
"The believers are equal in respect
of blood and they are one against
their enemies; protection given
even by the least among them is to
be honoured, but no believer is to
be killed (in retaliation) for a
disbeliever and no one who has a
covenant is to be killed during the
covenant. Whoever commits an
offence or gives refuge to an
offender, upon him be the curse of
Allah, the angels and all the
people."

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9 9 4 . It was narrated from 'Ali
('-^j that the Prophet ( ^ ) said on
the day of al-Khandaq: "They
distracted us from the middle
prayer until the sun set - or until
the sun was about to set. May
Allah fill their stomachs - or their
graves - with fire."
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (4533) and Muslim (627]
9 9 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(•&■) that the Prophet (sfe) said: "If
one of you sneezes, let him say:
Praise be to Allah in all situations.
Let others say to him: May Allah
have mercy on you. And let him
say: May Allah guide you and
rectify your condition." I said to
him: Is it from Abu Ayyoob? He
said: 'Ali (<&,).

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9 9 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali ( i
said: Fatimah (^) complained
about the marks left on her hands
from grinding flour. We came to
the Prophet (5^ ) and I said: O
Messenger of Allah, Fatimah is
complaining to you about the
marks left on her hands from
grinding flour and she is asking
you for a servant. He said: "Shall
I not tell you about something
that is better for you than a
servant?" and he told us, when
going to sleep, to say thirty-three
and thirty-three and thirty-four of
ta sb eeh , ta h m e ed and ta k b eer .

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said: When the Messenger of
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and he washed his face three
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9 9 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali (.&)
that 'Ammar asked permission to
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not tell lies about me, because
whoever tells a He about me will
enter Hell." Hajjaj said: I said to
Shu'bah: Did he meet 'Ali? He said:
Yes; he narrated it to me from 'Ali.
And he did not say he heard it.

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to be in charge of the sacrificial
animals, and he instructed him to
distribute all of his sacrifice; its
meat, its skin and its blankets, and
not to give the butcher any of it.
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'Abdul -Kareem - and he narrated
the same hadeeth. And he said: We
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said: The Messenger of Allah
forbade me to wear gold rings, to
recite Qur'an whilst bowing, and
(to wear) a blend of linen and silk
or clothes dyed with safflower.

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(4fc) prayed Zuhr, he called for a
vessel of water in ar-Rahbah and
drank whilst standing. Then he
said: Some men dislike this, but I
saw the Messenger of Allah (&g)
do what you have seen me do.
Then he wiped himself with what
was left over and said: This is the
zvudoo' of one who has not broken
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1 0 0 6 . It was n arrated from
Muhammad Ibn al-Hanafiyyah
that his father said: The Messenger
of Allah (afe) said: "The key to
prayer is purification; entering it is
takbecr and exiting it is tasleem."

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1 0 0 8 . 'Abdul-Malik bin Sal' said:
'Abd Khair used to lead us in Fajr
prayer, and he said: One day we
prayed Fajr behind 'Ali (^) and
when he said the salam he got up
and we got up with him. Then he
w alked until he reached arRahbah where he sat down and
leaned his back against the wall.
Then he raised his head and said:
O Qanbar, bring me the scoop and
the big vessel. Then he said to him:
Pour (the water). So he poured
water for him. He washed his
hands three times, then he put his
right hand in the vessel and rinsed
his mouth and nose three times.
Then he put his hand in the vessel
and washed his face three times.
Then he put his right hand in the
vessel and washed his right arm
three times, then he washed his
left arm three times. And he said:

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1 0 0 7 . Al-Hasan bin 'Uqbah Abu
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'Abd Khair say: JAli said: Shall I
not show you the wudoo' of the
Messenger of Allah
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times.

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1 0 0 9 . 'Ali said: I was a man who
emitted a great deal of m ad lii and I
felt too shy to ask the Prophet ( ^ )
[about that] because of his daughter,
so I told al-Miqdad to ask him and
he said: "Let him wash his private
part and testicles and do w u doo'."

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(<&) said: The Messenger of Allah
( ^ ) would relieve himself, then
eat meat with us and recite
Qur'an, and nothing stopped him
or prevented him (from reciting
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1 0 1 0 . It was narrated from
al-Hanafiyyah that 'Ali (<&)
al-Miqdad to ask the Prophet
about m ad h i and he said: "Let
do w u d oo '."

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said: The Messenger of Allah
used to pray two rak'ah s following
every prescribed prayer except F ajr
and 'A sr. 'Abdur-Rahman said:
after every prayer.

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said: I used to think that the
bottoms of the feet were more
deserving of being wiped than the
tops, until I saw the Messenger of
Allah (3^) wiping their tops.
Comments: [A sah eeh hm ieeth]

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saw 'Ali (4fe) doing iv u d o o h He
washed the tops of his feet and
said: Were it not that I saw the
Messenger of Allah (^g) washing
the tops of his feet I would have
thought that the bottoms of the
feet were more deserving of being
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1 0 1 5 . On an oth er occasion ,
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w u d oo ', and he wiped the top of
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Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh]

1 0 1 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (•*)
said: I never heard the Messenger
of Allah (gfe) say "May my father
and mother be sacrificed for you"
to anyone except Sa'd bin Malik. I
heard him say to him on the day of
Uhud: "Shoot, Sa'd, may my father
and mother be sacrificed for you!"
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (2905) and Muslim
(2411)]

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1 0 1 8 . It was narrated that 'All (^ )
said: The Prophet ( ^ ) sent out an
expedition and appointed over
them a man of the Ansar, and
commanded them to listen to him
and obey. They made him angry
about something, so he said:
Gather firewood for me. So they
gathered firewood, then he said:
Light a fire. So they lit a fire, then
he said: Didn't the Messenger of
Allah ($£) command you to listen
to me and obey? They said: Yes
indeed. He said: Then enter it (the
fire). They looked at one another
and said: We only fled to the
Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) because of
the Fire. They continued talking
until his anger dissipated and the
fire went out. When they came to
the Prophet (sfe,) they told him
about that and he said: "If they had

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entered it they would never have
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come out or it; obedience is only in
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1 0 1 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(4*) said: The Messenger of Allah
(*^) forbade me to wear a ring on
this or this. 'Abdur-Razzaq said:
m eaning his fo refin g er and
middle finger.
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1 0 2 0 . It was narrated that Qais
al-Kharifi said: I heard 'Ali (.&)
say: The Messenger of Allah (gfe)
came first followed by Abu Bakr,
and the third one was 'Umar (^*).
Then turmoil (fitnah) struck us,
and that is what Allah, may He
be glorified and exalted, willed.
Abu 'Abdur-Rahman said: My
father said regarding the words,
then turmoil (fitnah) struck us: He
['A li] was show ing m odesty
thereby.

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1 0 2 1 . It was n arrated from
Hujayyah bin 'Adiyy that a man
asked 'Ali (4 .) about [sacrificing] a
cow. He said: [It may be sacrificed]
on behalf of seven people. He said:
[What about] its horns? He said: It
does not matter. He said: [What

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about] one that is lame? He said: If it
can reach the place of sacrifice [then
sacrifice it]. He said: The Messenger
of Allah (j^) commanded us to
check the eyes and ears.

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1 0 2 2 . It w as n arrated that
Salamah bin Kuhail said: I heard
Hujayyah bin 'Adiyy say: I heard
'Ali bin Abi Talib (4>), when a
man asked him... and he narrated
the same hadecth,

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said: There were no horsemen
among us on the day of Badr apart
from al-Miqdad. I could not see any
of us who was not asleep, apart
from the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
who remained praying beneath a
tree and weeping until morning.

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1 0 2 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: If I carried out the hadd
punishment on a man and he died, I
would not feel upset, except in the
case of khamr, if (such a man) died, I
would pay the diyah (to his family)
because the Messenger of Allah (£g)
did not prescribe it (did not specify
a particular number of lashes).

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1 0 2 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali
( p that the Messenger of Allah
(*&) used to do w u d o o ' washing
each part three times.
Comments: [Its isn ad is sailed;]

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said: I was a man who emitted a
g reat deal of m a d i d and the
daughter of the Messenger of Allah
(ig) was married to me, so I told a
man to ask him [about that] and he
said: "Do zvudoo' and wash it off/'
Comments: [Its isn ad is saheeh, alBukhari (269)]

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1 0 2 7 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair said: We prayed F a jr then
we went to him ['Ali] and sat with
him. He called for (water) for
w u d o o ' and a small vessel of water
and a large vessel were brought.
He emptied the small vessel into
his right hand and washed his
hands three times, rinsed his
mouth three times and rinsed his
nose three tim es, using one
handful of water each time. Then
he washed his face three times and
his forearms three times each.
Then he put his hand in the small
vessel and wiped his head with
both hands together once. Then he
washed his feet three times each.
Then he said: This is the w u d o o ' of
your Prophet (%&,), so learn it.

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Comments: [S a h e e h because of
corroborating evidence]
1 0 2 8 . It was narrated that 'AH
(^t) said: I was a man who
emitted a great deal of m ad h i, so 1
asked the Prophet (jfe,) and he
said: "If you see m a d h i then do
w u d o o ' and wash your private
part, and if you see water gushing
then do g h u s l." 1 [the narrator]
mentioned that to Sufyan and he
said: I heard that from Rukain.

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al-Fazari told us... and he mentioned
a similar report, and they said: water
gushing. And Ibn Abu Bukair told
us: Za'idah told us, and he also said,
gushing.

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1 0 3 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(4 e) said: Shall I not tell you of the
best of this u m m a h after its Prophet
(sfe;)? [It is] Abu Bakr, then the best
of it after Abu Bakr is 'Umar (^«),
then Allah puts goodness wherever
He wills.

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finished with the people of

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Basrah: The best of this ummah
after its Prophet ( ^ ) is Abu Bakr,
and after Abu Bakr it is 'Umar,
then we got involved in matters
which Allah will judge as He
wills.

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1 0 3 2 . It was narrated from alMusayyab bin 'Abd Khair, that
his father said: 'Ali (*$,) stood up
and said: The best of this u m m ah
after its Prophet
is Abu Bakr,
and 'Umar, then we got involved
in matters which Allah will judge
as He wills.

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said: 'Am m ar came and asked
permission to enter upon the
Prophet (*g) and he said: "Let him
in; welcome to the good one, the
purified one."

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Sa'eed bin Dhi Huddan: Someone
who heard 'Ali (*&,) told me that
he said: The Messenger of Allah
( ^ ) called war deceit
Comments: [A Saheeh Hadecth; this
is a da'ecf isnad]

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1 0 3 5 . It was narrated from
Hisham: My father told me that
'Ali (.*») said to al-Miqdad: Ask
the Messenger of Allah
about
a man who gets close to a woman
and emits m ad h i, for I am too shy
to ask him because his daughter is
married to me. The Messenger of
Allah (*k?) said: “Let him wash his
private part and testicles, and do
w u d oo'." .

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1 0 3 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali (•*)
said: They distracted us on the day
of al-Ahzab from 'A s r prayer, until
I heard the Messenger of Allah (sfe)
say: "They distracted us from the
middle prayer, 'A s r prayer. May
Allah fill their graves and houses
or stomachs with fire."

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1 0 3 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(i&) said: We have nothing except
the Book of Allah, may He be
exalted, and this document from
the Prophet (s£): Madinah is a
sanctuary from 'A'ir to Thawr;
whoever commits an offence in it
or gives refuge to an offender,
may the curse of Allah, the angels
and all the people be upon him
and no obligatory or n afl act of
worship will be accepted from
him.'' And he said: "Protection
given by any Muslim is binding
upon all of them . W hoever
transgresses protection given by a
Muslim, upon him be the curse of

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Allah, the angels and all the
people, and Allah will not accept
from him any nafi or obligatory
act of worship. Whoever takes
people as m awla without the
permission of the ones who set
him free, upon him be the curse
of Allah, the angels and all the
people, and Allah will not accept
from him any nafi or obligatory
act of worship/'

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1 0 3 8 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(->•) said: 1 said: O Messenger of
Allah, why do I see you marrying
from Quraish and you do not
marry from among us? He said:
"Do you have someone?" I said:
The daughter of Hamzah. He
said: "She is the daughter of my
brother through breastfeeding."

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1 0 3 9 . It was narrated that Abu
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'Ali said: If I tell you a h a d e e th from
the Messenger of Allah (£g), then
think of the Messenger of Allah
(£?:) in the best, the most guided
and the most pious manner.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh]

1 0 4 0 . It was narrated from 'Ali
that he said: Shall I not tell you of
the best of this wmnah after its
Prophet (3^)? [It is] Abu Bakr,
then 'Umar.

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1 0 4 1 . It was narrated from Ali
concerning the verse "You are only
a warner, and to every people there
is a guide" [ar-Ra'd 13:7]: The
Messenger of Allah (^.) said: "The
warner and the guide is a man
from Banu Ha shim."

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text]

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1 0 4 3 . It was narrated from 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (4*) that the
Messenger of Allah (a&) forbade
garments made from a blend of
linen and silk, or garments dyed
with safflower, wearing gold rings
and reciting Qur'an whilst bowing.

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said: When the fighting grew
intense on the day of Badr, we
sought shelter by drawing close to
the Messenger of Allah ($£;), who
was one of the strongest of the
people, and no one was closer to
the mushrikeen than him.

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1 0 4 4 . It was narrated from
Ibraheem bin Fulan bin Hunain,
that his grandfather Hunain said:
'Ali said: The Messenger of Allah
(sfe) forbade me to wear garments
dyed with safflower, or garments
made from a blend of linen and
silk, or gold rings, and reciting
Qur'an whilst bowing.

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that he said: The Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) told me to sell two
slaves who were brothers, so I sold
them and sep arated them. I
mentioned that to the Prophet (i^)
and he said: "Go and take them
back, and only sell them together;
do not separate them."

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1 0 4 6 . It was narrated that Abu
Hayyah said: I saw 'Ali (4 *) doing
w u d oo'. 1 le washed his hands until
they were clean, then he rinsed his
mouth three times, then he rinsed
his nose three times; he washed
his face three tim es and his
forearms three times; he wiped his
head and washed his feet up to the

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ankles. And he took the leftover
water and drank it whilst standing.
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did w u d oo'.

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like that of Abu Hayyah
from 'Ali, except that 'Abd Khair
said: When he finished his w u d oo ',
he took some of the leftover water
in his hand and drank it.

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bin Kulaib, that he heard 'Ali (4*)
say: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
forbade sacrificing an animal that
has lost most of its horn or ear.
Qatadah said; I mentioned that to
Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab and he
said; [That refers to] one that has
lost half or more (of its horn or ear).

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said: The Messenger of Allah ($&.)
forbade me to wear gold rings, to
wear garments made from a
blend of linen and silk, and to use
red saddlecloths.

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1 0 5 0 . It was narrated that Abu
Hayyah said: I saw 'Ali urinate in
ar-Rahbah. (Then) he called for
water and did zuudoo'. He washed
his hands three times, rinsed his
mouth and nose three times,
washed his face three times,
washed his forearms three times
each, wiped his head and washed
his feet three times each. Then he
stood up and drank from the
leftover water, then he said: 1 saw
the Messenger of Allah ( ^ ) do
what you have seen me do, and I
wanted to show it to you.
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'Alqamah bin Qais struck this
m in b a r and said: 'Ali M addressed
us from this m in b a r ; he praised and
glorified Allah, and said what
Allah willed that he should say,
and he said: The best of this u m m ah
after the Messenger of Allah (#?) is
Abu Bakr, then 'Umar, may Allah
be pleased with them both. Then
we got involved in events and
Allah will decide concerning that.
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1 0 5 2 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair said: I heard 'Ali (.&) say:
The best of this u m m a h after its
Prophet is Abu Bakr, then 'Umar,

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may Allah be pleased with them
both.

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1 0 5 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: The Messenger of Allah (s^)
was neither short not tall; he had a
large head and beard, large hands
and feet, large joints, a reddish
face, and a long line of hair from
his chest to his navel. When he
walked he walked energetically, as
if lifting his feet from a rock. 1
have never seen anyone like him
before or since, may the blessings
and peace of Allah be upon him.
Com m ents: [Hasan because of

corroborating evidence]

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1 0 5 4 . It was narrated that Abu
Juhaifah said: I thought that 'Ali
(-&) was the best of the people after
the Messenger of Allah (as)..- and
he quoted the h a d e e t h . I said: No by
Allah, O Ameer al-Mu'mineen; 1
did not think that any of the
Muslims after the Messenger of
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said; Shall I not tell you of the best
of the people after the Messenger
of Allah? I said; Yes. He said: Abu
Bakr (4*). Then he said: Shall I not
tell you of the best of the people
after the Messenger of Allah (%;)
and Abu Bakr? I said: Yes. He said:
'Umar (.&■).

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1 0 5 5 . 'Abdul-Malik bin Sal' told
us: from 'Abd Khair: I heard him
say: 'Ali (■*) stood on the m in b a r
and mentioned the Messenger of
Allah (£3 ). He said; The Messenger
of Allah ($te) died and Abu Bakr
(**) was appointed as his successor,
and he did what he had done and
followed in his footsteps, and
persisted in doing so until Allah,
may He be glorified and exalted,
took his soul in death. Then 'Umar
(4») was appointed as his successor
and he did what they had done and
followed in their footsteps, and
persisted in doing so until Allah,
may He be glorified and exalted,
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1 0 5 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali
bin Rabee'ah said: I rode behind
'Ali (4 e). When he put his foot in
the stirrup, he said: Bismillah (in
the Name of Allah). When he got
on his mount, he said: A t-H am d u
L illa h . "Glory be to the One Who
has placed this (transport) at our
service and we ourselves would

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not have been capable of that, and
to our Lord is our final destiny"
[az-Z ukhruf 4 3 ;1 3 , 14]. Abu
Sa'eed, the freed slave of Banu
Hashim, said: Then he said a lh a m d u lil l a l t three times and
A lla)n t A k b a r three times, then he
said S u b h a n A lla h three times.
Then he said: There is no god but
You. Then he [the narrator] went
back to the h a d e e th of Wakee' and
said: Glory be to You, I have
wronged myself, so forgive me;
no one forgives sins but You.
Then he smiled, and I said: What
made you smile? He said: I was
riding behind the Messenger of
Allah fefe), and he did what you
have seen me do, then he smiled
and I said: What made you smile,
O Messenger of Allah? He said:
"Allah, may He be blessed and
exalted, says: How remarkable is
My slave; He knows that no one
forgives sin except Me."

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1057* It was narrated that 'Ali
said: I fell sick and the Prophet (sgs)
came to me when I was saying: O
Allah, if my time has come then
grant me relief; if it has not yet
come then heal me or grant me
well being; and if this is a trial then
grant me patience. He said: "What
did you say?" I repeated it to him,
then he touched me with his hand
and said: "O Allah, heal him" or
"grant him well being." And I
never suffered that sickness again
after that.

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1 0 5 8 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(4*) that the Prophet ( ^ ) used to
wake his family up during the
last ten (nights of Ramadan).

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1 0 5 9 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair said: I heard 'Ali (4.) say:
Allah took His Prophet (£*) in the
best way any Prophet was ever
taken, then Abu Bakr (4=) was
appointed as his successor and he
did what the Messenger of Allah
Gate) had done and followed the
S u n n ah of his Prophet; and 'Umar
(4 ) was appointed and did likewise.

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1 0 6 0 . It was narrated that 'Abd
Khair said: I heard 'Ali (4c) saying
on the m in h a r : The best of this
u m m a h after its Prophet are Abu
Bakr and 'Umar, and if I wanted to
name the third one, I would name
him. A man said to Abu Ishaq:
They are saying that you say they
were the best in evil. He said: Are
you a Haroori (i.e Khariji)?!

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(4 ) said: The Messenger of Allah
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eyes and ears, and not to sacrifice
any animal whose ears arc slit in
two lengthwise, any animal that

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has a round hole in its ear as a
distinguishing mark, any animal
that has the edge of its ears cut, or
any animal whose ears were slit
from the back.

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1 0 6 3 . It was narrated from
Hanash al-Kinani that some people
in Yemen dug a trap for a lion, and
(the lion) fell into it. The people
gathered around, and one man fell
in. He grabbed hold of another,
then the other one grabbed hold of
another, until four men had fallen
in. They (their families) disputed
concerning that until they took up
arms against one another. 'Ali (4 »)
said: Would you kill two hundred
for four? Rather I shall judge
among you and if you accept it, all
well and good. For the first one,
one quarter of the d iy ah ; for the
second one, one third of the d iy a h ;
for the third one, half of the d iy ah ,
and for the fourth one, the (entire)
d iy a h . They did not accept his
verdict, so they went to the
Prophet (jfe) and he said: I shall
judge among you. He was told
about the verdict of 'Ali (u&>) and he
approved of it.

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1 0 6 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (<&)
said: The Prophet ( ^ ) promised
me, no one would love me except a
believer and no one would hate me
except a hypocrite.

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1 0 6 4 . It was narrated that AbulHayyaj said: 'Ali (^.) said to me and 'Abdur-Rahman said: 'Ali (*&)
said to Abul-Hayyaj - : I am
sending you on the same mission
as the Messenger of Allah (■%)
sent me: do not leave any raised
grave without levelling it or any
image without erasing it.

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1 0 6 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali
that the Prophet (*%) said: "There
is no obedience to any human
being if it involves disobedience
to Allah."

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Qatadah said: I heard Jurayy bin
Kulaib narrate that 'Ali (■&>) said:
The Messenger of Allah (#,)
forbade [for sacrifice] any animal
that was missing most of its ear
or hom. I asked Sa'eed bin alMusayyab: What does missing
most of its ear or hom mean? He
said: When half or more [of an
animal's ear or hom] is missing.
C o m m e n ts :

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1 0 6 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: We were at a funeral in Baqee'
al-Gharqad, and the Messenger of
Allah ( ^ ) came to us. He sat down
and we sat down around him. He
had a stick and he started to hit the

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ground with it, then he lifted his
gaze and said: "There is no one
among you, no living soul, but
Allah has decreed its place in
Paradise or Hell, and it has been
decreed whether it is doomed or
b lessed /' The people said: O
Messenger of Allah, shouldn't we
rely on our destiny and stop
striving? Then whoever is one of the
blessed, will end up blessed, and
whoever is one of the doomed, will
end up doomed. The Messenger of
Allah (3&) said: "Rather you should
strive, for everyone is helped (to do
their deeds): the doomed are
helped to do the deeds of the
doomed and the blessed are helped
to do the deeds of the blessed."
Then he recited: "As for him who
gives (in charity) and keeps his
duty to Allah and fears Him, And
believes in Al-HusnaS1* We will
make smooth for him the path of
ease (goodness). But he who is
greedy miser and thinks himself
self-sufficient. And belies Al-Husnti
We will make smooth for him the
path for evil" [al-Lail 92:5-10].

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1 0 6 8 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(•&) said: We were at a funeral in
Baqee' al-G harqad - and he
narrated a similar report.

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but Allah) or a reward from Allah (i.e. Allah will compensate him for what he will
spend in Allah's way or bless him with Paradise) [Footnote from Hilali/Khan
Translation of the Meanings]

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504

1 0 6 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali (*&)
that the Messenger of Allah (jfe)
used to fast on the day o f' Ashoora'
and enjoined others to do so.
Com m ents: [Hasan because of
corroborating evidence; this is a
d a 'eef isn ad because of the weak­
ness of Jabir al-Ju'fi]
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1 0 7 0 . It was narrated from Abu
'Abdur-Rahman, from 'Ali (4 ,), that
the Prophet (-jfe) said: "Whoever
tells a lie about his eyes (i.e., claims
to have seen something in his
dream that he did not see) will be
commanded to tie the two ends of
a grain of barley on the Day of
Resurrection."

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1 0 7 1 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(4s) that he said: I was a man who
emitted a great deal of m a d h i but 1
felt too shy to ask the Messenger
of Allah (3^ ) about it because his
daughter was married to me, so I
told a man to ask him and he
said: "For that, do w u d o o f."
Comments: [Its isn a d is saheeh]

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entering it is ta k b eer and
exiting it is t a s le e m "

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1 0 7 3 . It was narrated from 'Ali
from the Prophet (# 5) that he
said: "Do not pray after 'A sr
unless you pray when the sun is
still high."

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1 0 7 4 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(<&>) said: When Abu Talib died, I
came to the Prophet ( ^ ) and said:
Your paternal uncle, the old man,
has died. He said: "Go and bury
him, then do not do anything
about his affairs until you come to
me." So I went and buried him,
then I came to him and he said:
"Go and do g h u s l, then do not do
anything until you come to me."
So I did g h u s l, then i came to him
and he offered d u ’a' for me, and I
would not be happy if I had red
and black camels instead of that.
Ibn Bakkar said in his h a d eeth : asSuddi said: And 'Ali (4 i) used to
do g h u s l when he had washed a
deceased person.
Comments: [Its isn a d is S a h eeh ,
Ahmad Shakir said it]

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506

1 0 7 5 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(<&) said: The Messenger of Allah
(afe) said: "Whoever tells a lie
about me deliberately, let him
take his place in Hell."

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1 0 7 6 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(*&) from the Prophet (# 5) that he
said: "Do not pray after 'Asr unless
you pray when the sun is still
high." Sufyan said: I do not know
whether he meant in Makkah or
anywhere else.

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1 0 7 7 . It was narrated from 'Ali
that Ukaidir Doomah gave the
Prophet (jSg) a suit or a garment
of silk. He ['Ali] said: He gave it
to me and said: Divide it among
the women for head covers.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh, alBukhari (2614) and Muslim
(2071]

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1 0 7 8 . It w as n arrated that
'Abdullah bin Sabu' said: I heard
'Ali say: Verily this (his beard)
will be soaked from this (his
head, i.e., from blood flowing
from a wound to the head). What

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is this wretch waiting for? They
said: O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, tell
us who he is so that we can
annihilate his family. He said: By
Allah, then you would be killing
because of me people who are not
involved in my killing. They said:
Appoint a successor for us. He
said: No, but I will leave you as
the Messenger of Allah ($&) left
you. They said: What will you say
to your Lord when you come to
Him? - on one occasion, Wakee'
said: When you meet Him - He
said: I will say: O Allah, You left
me with them as long as You
wanted, then You took me to
Yourself and You are still with
them; if You will You can cause
their affairs to be sound and if
You will You can cause their
affairs to be corrupt.

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Comments: [Its is n a d is S a h eeh ,
Ahmad Shakir said it]

1 0 8 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali
bin Abi Talib (.&.) said: If I tell you
a h a d eeth from the Messenger of
Allah (a3g), then think of him in
the best manner, the most guided
manner and the most pious
manner.

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Comments: [H a s a n because of corroborating evidence; this is a
because Abdullah bin Sabu' is unknown]
1 0 7 9 . It was narrated that 'Ali
(*&) said: We were with the
Prophet ( ^ ) when 'Ammar came
and asked for permission to enter.
He said: "Let him in, welcome to
the good one and purified one/'

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508

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corroborating evidence]

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1 0 8 1 . A sim ilar rep ort was
narrated from Abu 'Abdur-Rahman
as-SuIami from'AH.
Comments: [Its isnad is saheeh]

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1 0 8 2 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(-&) that he said: If you are told a
h a d e e t h from the Messenger of
Allah (ife), then think of him in
the most guided manner, the most
pious manner and the best
manner.

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1 0 8 3 . It was narrated that Abu
'Abdur-Rahman as-Sulami said: I
heard 'Ali (.&,) say: The Messenger
of Allah (# 5 ) sent Abu Marthad, azZubair bin al-'Awwam and me on a
mission, and we were all horsemen.
He said: "Go out until you come to
Rawdat Khakh." This is how Ibn
Abu Shaibah said it: "Khakh." Ibn
Numair said in his hadeeth: "Rawdat
such and such." And Ibn Numair
said: 'Affan told us: Khalid told us:
from Husain... a similar report. He
said "Rawdat Khakh."

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509

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Comments: [Its isnad is sahcch, alBukhari (6778) and Muslim
(1707)]
1 0 8 5 . It was narrated from AbulKhaleel that 'Ali (*&) said; I heard
a man asking for forgiveness for
his p a ren ts and they w ere
mushrikeen. I said: Are you asking
for forgiveness for your parents
when they are mushrikeen? He said:
Didn't Ibraheem ask for forgive­
ness for his father when he was a
mushrik? I mentioned that to the
Prophet (jga;) and these verses
were revealed: "It is not (proper)
for the Prophet and those who
believe to ask Allah's forgiveness
for the Mushrikoon" [at-Tawbah
9:113-114]. 'Abdur-Rahman said:
And Allah revealed [the words]:
"A nd Ibraheem 's (Abraham )
invoking (of Allah) for his father's
forgiveness was only because of a
promise he [Ibraheem (Abraham)]
had made to him (his father)".

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1 0 8 4 . It was narrated that 'Umair
bin Sa'eed said: 'Ali (-&) said: If I
carried out the hadd punishment on
a man and he died, I would not feel
upset, except in the case of one
who drank kharnr, if (such a man)
died, I would pay the diyah (to his
family) because the Messenger of
Allah (3k) did not prescribe it (did
not specify a particular number of
lashes).

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1 0 8 6 . It was n arrated that
Suwaid bin Ghafalah said: 'Ali
(^ ) said: If I tell you a hadceth
from the Messenger of Allah ($£.),
then being thrown down from
heaven is dearer to me than
telling a lie about him. But if I tell
you something that is between me
and you, then war is deceit. I
heard the Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
say: "Some people will emerge at
the end of time who are young in
age and foolish. They will speak
the best of words, they will recite
Qur'an but it will not go any
further than their throats. 'Abdur­
Rahman said: Their faith will not
go any further than their throats.
They will pass out of the faith as
the arrow passes out of the prey.
If you meet them then kill them,
for in killing them there will be
for the one who kills them reward
with Allah, may He be glorified
and exalted , on the Day of
Resurrection." ' Abdur-Rahman
said: "If you meet them, then kill
them, for killing them will bring
to those who kill them reward on
the Day of Resurrection,"

510

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108*7. It was narrated from 'Ali (4s>)
that the Prophet ($&;) said: " 'And
have ye made it your livelihood' i.e.,
your gratitude 'that you should
declare it false?' [al-Waqi'ah 56:82]."
Then he said: "(That is when) you
say, 'We were given rain by suchand-such a star.'"

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511

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Comm ents: [S a h e e h because of
corroborating evidence; this is a
d a 'eefisn a d ]

1 0 8 8 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said - I think he attributed it to
the Prophet (3^)
"Whoever tells
a lie about his dream will be
ordered to tie a grain of barley on
the Day of Resurrection."

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1 0 8 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(4fc) that the Prophet (^e) said:
"Whoever lies about his dream
deliberately, let him take his place
in H ell"

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1 0 9 0 . It was narrated that 'Ali (^)
said: The Messenger of Allah (^=)
sent me, az-Z u b air and Abu
Marthad on a mission, and we
were all horsemen. He said: "Set
out until you reach R aw dat
Khakh" - this is how A bu' Awanah
said it - "and there you will find a
woman who has a letter from
Hatib bin Abi Balta'ah to the
m u s h r ik e e n ." And he quoted the
h a d eeth at length.

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corroborating evidence; this is a
d a 'eefisn a d ]

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512

L_JUa (jl

t imi j

1 0 9 1 . It was narrated that 'Ali
) said: The Prophet ( ^ ) ruled
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that debts must be paid before
carrying out bequests, and you
Jli
^
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recite the words, "after payment
of legacies he (or she) may have
bequeathed or debts" [an-Nisa'
pYl
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4:12]. Brothers from the same
mother and father inherit from
.[s^o : ^ I j ]
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one another, but brothers from
different mothers do not.
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Comments: [Its isn ad is da'eef]
1 0 9 2 - It was narrated that Abu
'Abdur-Rahman as-Sulami said:
'Ali said: If I narrate to you a
h n d e e th from the Messenger of
Allah (jfe), then think of him in
the best manner, the most guided
manner, the most pious manner.

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1 0 9 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: When Abu Talib died, I came
to the Prophet (jgs) and said: Your
paternal uncle, the misguided old
man, has died. He said: "Go and
bury him, and do not do anything
until you come to me.' So I went
and buried him. Then he told me to
do g h u s l, then he prayed for me,
offering supplications that I would
not like to have anything else
instead of them.
Comments: [Its isnad is Saheeh]
1 0 9 4 . It was narrated that 'AH
) said: The Messenger of Allah
( m ) stood up for funerals, so we

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stood up; then he sat down, so we
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1 0 9 5 . It was narrated from 'Ali
that the Prophet (*fe) said: "There
is no obedience to any created
being if it involves disobedience
to Allah, may He be glorified and
exalted."

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1 0 9 6 . It was narrated that Sa'eed
bin al-Musayyab said: 'Ali (4&) said:
I said: O Messenger of Allah, shall I
not tell you about the most beautiful
girl of Quraish? He said: "Who is
she?" I said: The daughter of
Hamzah. He said: "Don't you know
that she is the daughter of my
brother through breastfeeding?
Allah has forbidden (for marriage)
through breastfeeding that which He
has forbidden through blood ties."

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1 0 9 7 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "I have relieved you of zakah
on horses and slaves, but bring
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1 0 9 8 . It w as n arrated from
'Abdullah bin Hunain: I heard 'Ali
(4e) say: The Messenger of Allah
(sis) forbade me - but I do not say
that he forbade you - to wear
clothes dyed with safflower and
gold rings.
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Muslim (2078)]

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1 0 9 9 . It was narrated from 'Ali: I
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you marry from Quraish and not
from us? He said: "Do you have
anyone?" I said: The daughter of
Hamzah. He said: "She is the
daughter of my brother through
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skins and saddle blankets in charity.

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said: The Messenger of Allah (^.)
ordered me not to give the butcher
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1102 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
forbade me to wear rings of gold,
to use red saddle pads, to wear
garments made from a blend of
linen and silk, and nabeedh made
from barley.

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1 1 0 3 . It was narrated that 'Ali
said: When the last ten days of
Ramadan came, the Messenger of
Allah (i^) would wake up his
family and tighten his izar. It was
said to Abu Bakr: What does
tightening the izar mean? He said:
Keeping away from women.

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1 1 0 4 . It was narrated from 'Ali
that the Prophet (^te) used to
wake up his family during the
last ten nights of Ramadan.
Comments: [Its isnad is hasan]

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Allah
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1 1 0 6 . It was narrated that 'Ali bin
Abi Taiib said: The Messenger of
Allah (*fe) instructed us to check
the eyes and ears [of animals for
sacrifice].

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second and 'Umar came third.
Then we got involved in turmoil,
and it is up to Allah to judge.

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with a mare.
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( ^ ) said: "The best woman of her
time was Khadeejah and the best
woman of her time was Maryam
bint Imran."
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1110. It was narrated that 'Ali (4*)
said: We were sitting with the
Prophet (agfit) at a funeral - I [the
narrator] think he said in Baqee' alGharqad - and he struck the
ground (with a stick), then he lifted
his head and said: "There is no one
among you but Allah has decreed
his place in Paradise or his place in
Hell." We said: O Messenger of
Allah, shouldn't we rely on that?
He said: "No; rather strive, for each
will be en ab led [to do the
appropriate deed s]." Then he
recited: "As for him who gives (in
charity) and keeps his duty to
Allah and fears Him, And believes
in Af-Hiisnu.11' We will make
smooth for him the path of ease
(goodness). But he who is greedy
miser and thinks himself self­
sufficient. And belies Al-Husna (See
the footnote of the Verse No. 6). We
will make smooth for him the path
for evil" [al-Lail 92:5-10],
C o m m e n ts :

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1111. It was narrated from 'Ali
(4&) that the Messenger of Allah
($fe) said: "Seek Lailatul-Qadr in
the last ten nights of Ramadan,
and if you miss anything, make
sure you do not miss the last
seven nights."
[Saheeh because of
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Allah) or a reward from Allah (i.e, Allah will compensate him for what he will spend
in Allah's way or bless him with Paradise) [Footnote from Hilali/Khan Translation of
the Meanings]

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1 1 1 2 . It was narrated that 'Ali (.&)
said: The Messenger of Allah ( ^ )
said: "No one truly believes until
he believes in four things: he
believes in Allah, he believes that
Allah sent me with the truth, he
believes in the resurrection after
death, and he believes in the divine
decree, both good and bad."

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garments made from a blend of
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(*g) used to wake his family up
during the last ten nights of
Ramadan and tie up his iz a r .

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during the last ten nights of
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Hubairah bin Yareem said: We
were with 'Ali and he called a son
of his who was called 'Uthman and
he had a lock of hair.

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because of the weakness of Ibn
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1 1 1 8 . It was narrated from 'Ali
(.&) that he said - 'Ali bin Hakeem
said in his hadeeth: Do you not

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1 1 1 7 . It was narrated that' Abdur Rahman bin Abi Laila said: My
father used to stay up at night with
'Ali, and 'Ali used to wear summer
clothes in winter and winter clothes
in summer. It was said to me: Why
don't you ask him about that? So I
asked him and he said: The
Messenger of Allah (^ ) sent for me
on the day of Khaibar and I had sore
eyes, so I said: O Messenger of Allah,
I have sore eyes. He spat in my eye
and said: "O Allah, take away from
him heat and cold." And I have
never felt heat or cold since then.
And he said: "I shall send out a man
who loves Allah and His Messenger,
and Allah and His Messenger love
him, and he is not one to run away."
The people hoped to be the one, and
he sent'Ali (-&).

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feel protective jealousy when your
womenfolk go out; and Hannad
said in his hadeeth: Do you not
feel ashamed when they go out? I have heard that your womenfolk
go out in the m arketplaces,
crowding with the rough men.

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' A'ishah (^ ) about wiping over the
khuffain (leather slippers). She said:
Ask 'Ali (4*) about that, for he used
to go out on campaign with the
Messenger of Allah (^ ). So he asked
him and he said: "For the traveller,
three days and nights; for one who
is not travelling, one day and
night." It was said to Muhammad:
Did he attribute it to the Prophet
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was marfoo' [attributed to the
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1 1 2 0 . It was narrated that ashSha'bi said: Muhammad ( ^ )
cursed the one who consumes
riba, the one who pays it, the one
who writes it down, the one who
witnesses it, the woman who does
tattoos and the woman who gets
tattoos done. Ibn 'Awn said:
Except in the case of illness? He
said: Yes. [And he continued:]...
the one who marries a woman
and divorces her so that she

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becomes permissible for her first
husband, and the one for whom
that is done, and the one who
withholds z a k a h . And he forbade
wailing [for the dead]. He did not
say curse. I said: Who told you?
He said: al-Harith al-A'war alHamdani.

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1 1 2 1 . It was narrated that'Ali (*&)
said: I heard the Messenger of
Allah (®.) say: Whoever leaves a
space the size of a hair when
[doing g h u s l for jtm a b a h ] and does
not pour water on it, such and
such will be done to him in the
Fire, 'Ali said: From that time I
hated my hair, as you can see.

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G^O said: The Prophet ( ^ ) had a
large head, a reddish complexion,
large hands and feet, a large
beard, a long line of hair from his
chest to his navel, and large joints.
He walked as if going downhill,
energetically. He was neither
short not tall. 1 have never seen
anyone like him before or since.
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corroborating evidence]

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1123. It was narrated that 'Ali
(*&>) said: The Messenger of Allah
(p$g) used to teach us the Qur'an
so long as he was not junub.

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1124. It was narrated that Abu
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sitting with my father when 'Ali
came and stood next to us and said
salam . Then he discussed some
issues of the people with Abu
Moosa. Then 'Ali (*&.) said: The
Messenger of Allah
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of directions when travelling and
ask Allah for proper aim in the sense
of aiming an arrow ." And the
Messenger of Allah ($$) forbade me
to wear a ring on this or this - the
forefinger or the middle finger. He
was standing and I did not know
which of the two fingers it was.
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forbade me to use red saddle cloths
or to wear garments made from a
blend of linen and silk. We said to
him: O Ameer al-Mu'mineen, what
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their husbands to put on their
m ou nts. We said : W h at are
garments made from a blend of
linen and silk? He said: Cloth that
comes to us from Syria/ with wide
silken stripes in a twisted shape
like citrons. Abu Burdah said:
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1125. It was narrated that Maisarah
and Zadhan said: 'Ali (*&) drank
whilst standing, then he said: If I
drink whilst standing, I saw the
Messenger of Allah (3^) drink whilst
standing, and if I drink whilst
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said: 'Ali (*&) said: If I narrate to
you a h a d eeth from the Messenger
of Allah ( ^ ) , then being thrown
from heaven to earth is dearer to me
than attributing to the Messenger of
Allah (3^5 ) something that he did
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said: The Messenger of Allah (3^)
allowed three days and nights for
the traveller and one day and night
for one who is not travelling (i.e.,
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1128. It was n arrated from
Zadhan that 'Ali bin Abi Talib (.&)
drank whilst standing and the
people looked at him and found
that strange. 'Ali (^ ) said: Why are
you looking at me like that? If I
drink whilst standing, I saw the
Messenger of Allah (*£) drink
whilst standing, and if I drink
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