Thursday, September 4, 2014

Hadith Narrated by 'Ali ibn Abi Talib: Part III

















It was narrated by 'Affan from Shu'ba, reported by 'Ali ibn Mudrik, who said: I heard Abu Zur'a ibn 'Amr ibn Jarir who narrates from 'Abdullah ibn Nujay from his father from 'Ali from the Prophet, that he [the Prophet] said: 'The angels do not enter a house in which there is a dog or an image.'
Hadith #815, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Abdullah from Salih ibn 'Abdullah al-Tirmidhi from Hammad from 'Asim from 'Ubaydullah al-Qawariri from Hammad, who [al-Qawariri] said in his report, from 'Asim ibn Abu al-Najud from Zirr, meaning Ibn Hubaysh, from his father Juhayfa, who said: I heard 'Ali say: 'Shall I not tell you of the best of this Umma after its prophet [Muhammad]?  [It is] Abu Bakr.'  Then he said: 'Shall I not tell you of the best of this Umma after Abu Bakr?  [It is] 'Umar.'
Hadith #833, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by Muhammad ibn Ja'far from Shu'ba from Salama ibn Kuhayl from al-Sha'bi that 'Ali flogged Shuraha on Thursday and stoned her [to death] on Friday. saying: 'I flogged her in accordance with the Book of God [the Qur'an, for adultery] and stoned her in accordance with the sunna of the Messenger of God.'
Hadith #839, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Abdullah from Muhammad ibn Sulayman al-Asadi Luwaun from Yahya ibn Abu Za'ida from 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Ishaq from Ziyad ibn Zayd al-Suwa'i from Abu Juhayfa from 'Ali, who said: 'It is from the sunna [of the Prophet] that in prayer one places one hand over the other beneath the navel.'
Hadith #875, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by Asud ibn 'Amir from Shu'ba, who said: The command reported from Abu Muhammad from 'Ali, who said the Prophet sent him to Madina and commanded him to level the graves.
Hadith #881, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

 It was narrated by Ishaq ibn Ibrahim al-Razi from Salama ibn al-Fadl from Muhammad ibn Ishaq from Zayd ibn Abu Habib from Marthad ibn 'Abdullah al-Yazayni from 'Abdullah ibn Zubayr al-Ghafa'i from 'Ali ibn Abi Talib that the Messenger of God used to ride a donkey named 'Ufayr.
Hadith #886, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by Husayn ibn al-Hasan al-Ashqar from Ibn Qabus ibn Abu Zabyan al-Janbi from his father from his grandfather from 'Ali, who said: 'When I killed Marhab [ibn Abu Zaynab, a chief of the Arab Jewish Khaybar Oasis tribes killed in the Battle of Khaybar], I brought his head to the Prophet (lama qataltu Marhab jintu bi-rasihi ila al-Nabi).'
Hadith #888, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Abdullah from Shayban Abu Muhammad from Hammad ibn Salama from Yunus ibn Khabbab from Jarir ibn Hayyan from his father that 'Ali said to his father [Ibn Khabbab's]: 'I shall certainly send you on the same [type of] mission as the Messenger of God  sent me on: Level every grave and destroy every idol.'
Hadith #889, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Ali ibn Bahr from 'Abdullah ibn Ibrahim ibn 'Umar ibn Kayyan,m who said of his father, I heard him report that 'Abdullah ibn Wahb from his father from Abu Khalifa from 'Ali ibn Talib, who said the Messenger of God said: 'God is kind and loves kindness, and He rewards kindness in a way that He does not reward harshness.'
Hadith #902, Musnad Ibn Hanbal 


 




Sunday, August 31, 2014

Hadith on Jihad: Part III


















It was narrated by Hisham ibn 'Ammar from al-Walid ibn Muslim from Yahya ibn al-Harith al-Dhimari from al-Qasim from Abu Umama from the Prophet, who said: 'The one who does not fight [man lam yaghzu] or equip a warrior [lam yujahhizu ghazi-yan] or remain behind to care for a warrior's family [lam yakhluf ghaziyan fi ahlihi bi-khayr], God will send upon him a calamity before Yaum al-Qiyama.'
-Hadith #2762, Sunan Ibn Maja

It was narrated by Hisham ibn 'Ammar from al-Walid from Abu Rafi'a, who was Isma'il ibn Rafi'a, from Sumayy, mawla Abu Bakr from Abu Salih from Abu Hurayra, who said that the Messenger of God, who said: 'The one who meets God without a mark on him from [jihad] in His path [fi sabilihi], he will meet Him [God] with a deficiency [laqiya Allah wafihi thulma].'
-Hadith #2763, Sunan Ibn Maja

It was narrated by 'Isa ibn Yunus al-Ramli from Muhammad ibn Shu'ayb ibn Shabur from Sa'id ibn Khalid ibn Abu Tuwayl, who said: I heard Anas ibn Malik say: I heard the Messenger of God say: 'Standing guard in the path of God [harasu laylat fi sabil Allah] is better than a man fasting and praying among his people [afdal siyam rajul waqiyamihi fi ahlihi alf-a sana-tin].  The year is 360 days, and a day is like a thousand years.'
-Hadith #2770, Sunan Ibn Maja

It was narrated by Ahmad bin 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Bakkar ibn 'Abd al-Malik ibn al-Walid ibn al-Walid ibn Bushr ibn Abu Arta from al-Walid from Shayban from al-A'mash from Abu Salih from Ibn 'Abbas from the Prophet, who said: 'If you are called up to fight, then go forth to fight [idha astunfiru-tum fa-infiru].'
-Hadith 2772, Sunan Ibn Maja

It was narrated by Ya'qub ibn Humayd ibn Kasib from Sufyan ibn 'Uyayna from Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Rahman, mawla Abu Talha, from 'Isa ibn Talha from Abu Hurayra that the Prophet said: 'The dust (acquired) in the path of God (fighting in jihad) and the smoke of the Hellfire will never be mixed within a Muslim.'
-Hadith 2774, Sunan Ibn Maja

It was narrated by Muhammad ibn Sa'id ibn Yazid ibn Ibrahim al-Tustari from Abu 'Asim from Shabib from Anas ibn Malik, who said: the Messenger of God said: 'The one who goes out in the path of God [man raha rawhat fi sabil Allah], for him will be the same amount of musk on Yaum al-Qiyama as the amount of dusk which came on him (from jihad fi sabil Allah).'
-Hadith #2775, Sunan Ibn Maja 



Hadith Narrated by 'Ali ibn Abi Talib: Part II






















It was narrated by Hajjaj from Isra'il from Abu Ishaq from Hani from 'Ali, who said: 'Al-Hasan most resembles the Messenger of God in [his] chest and head, and al-Husayn most resembles the Prophet in what is lower [on the body] than that.
-Hadith #774, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Affan from Abu 'Awana from 'Abd al-A'la al-Tha'labi from Abu 'Abd al-Rahman al-Sulami from 'Ali from the Prophet, who said that he [the Prophet] said: 'Whoever deliberately lies about his dreams will be made to tie a grain of barley on Yaum al-Qiyama.'
-Hadith #789, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Abdullah from Muhammad bin Sulayman Luwayn from Hudayj from Abu Ishaq from Abu Hudhayfa from 'Ali, who said the Prophet said: 'I went outside when the moon rose as if it was half a bowl (jafna).'  Then he said: 'Tonight is Laylat al-Qadr.'
-Hadith #793, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by Ibrahim ibn Hasan ibn Hasan ibn 'Ali ibn Abi Talib, from his father, that his grandfather said:  'Ali ibn Abi Talib said: The Messenger of God said: 'At the end of time (akhir al-zaman), there will appear a people called the Rafida [and] they will reject Islam [yarfuduna al-Islam].'
Hadith #808, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Abdullah from 'Abd al-A'la ibn Hammad from Dawud ibn 'Abd al-Rahman al-'Attar from Abu 'Abdullah Maslama al-Razi from Abu 'Amr al-Bajali, from Abd al-Malik ibn Sufyan al-Thaqafi from Abu Ja'far Muhammad ibn 'Ali from Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyya, who said that his father said: The Messenger of God said: 'Verily God the Almighty loves the servant [of His] who often falls into sin and who then repents greatly.'
Hadith #810, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

It was narrated by 'Abdullah from Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr al-Muqaddimi from Hammad ibn Zayd from Ma'mar from al-Zuhayri from 'Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn 'Ali from 'Ali, who said that the Prophet on the day of Khaybar forbade mut'a [mut'a marriage] and the flesh of donkeys.'
-Hadith #812, Musnad Ibn Hanbal

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Hadith Narrated by 'Ali ibn Abi Talib: Part I













It was narrated by Waki'a from Sufyan from Habib from Abu Wa'il from Abu al-Hayyaj al-Asadi, who said: 'Ali said to me, 'I shall send you on the same mission as that on which the Messenger of God (upon him be peace) sent me [Ab'athuka 'ala ma ba'athani 'alayhi Rasul Allah]: Do not leave any image without erasing it [an la tada'a timthala-an ila tamasta-hu] and any elevated (ornate) grave without leveling it [wa la qabr-an mushrifa-an ila sawwayta-hu].
Hadith #741, Musnad Ibn Hanbal (in the Musnad 'Ali ibn Abi Talib); sahih isnad

It was narrated by Waki'a from Sharik from Simak from Hunash from 'Ali, who said: The Messenger of God (upon him be peace) said: 'If two individuals engaged in a dispute sit before you, do not speak until you have listened to the second one in the same way as you have listened to the first.
Hadith #745, Musnad Ibn Hanbal (in the Musnad 'Ali ibn Abi Talib); hasan hadith, da'if isnad

It was narrated by Muhammad bin Ishaq from Yazid bin Abu Habib from 'Abd al-'Aziz bin Abu al-Sa'aba from 'Abdullah ibn Zurayr al-Ghafiqi, who said: I heard 'Ali say: 'The Messenger of God (upon him be peace) held some gold in his right hand and some silk in his left hand; he then raised both his hands and said: 'These two things are forbidden for the men of my Umma.'
Hadith #750, Musnad Ibn Hanbal (in the Musnad 'Ali ibn Abi Talib); sahih hadith

It was narrated by Muhammad bin Ja'far from Shu'ba from Abu Ishaq from Najiyya bin Ka'b, who reported from 'Ali, who  came to the Prophet (upon him be peace) and said: 'Abu Talib has died.'  The Prophet (upon him be peace) said: 'Go and bury him.'  'Ali then said: 'He died a mushrik.'  He [the Prophet] said: 'Go and bury him.'  'Ali then said: 'When I had finished burying him, I came back to the Prophet (upon him be peace) and he said, 'Do ghusl.' '
Hadith #759, Musnad Ibn Hanbal (in the Musnad 'Ali ibn Abi Talib); sahih isnad

 It was narrated by Muhammad bin Ja'far from Sa'id...Abu 'Aruba...from al-Hakam bin 'Utayba from 'Abd al-Rahman bin Abu Layla from 'Ali ibn Abi Talib, who said: 'The Messenger of God (upon him be peace) instructed me to sell two slave brothers [ghulamayn akhawayn], so I sold them, but separately [fa-bi'tuhuma wa farraqtu baynahuma].  I mentioned this to the Prophet (upon him be peace) and he said: 'Go and find the two of them, take them both back, and do not sell them except together.'
Hadith #760, Musnad Ibn Hanbal (in the Musnad 'Ali ibn Abi Talib); hasan hadith, da'if isnad due to it being broken/munqaṭiʻ