Saturday, November 10, 2012

Abu Hanifa calling Umar's words for shaitan

Abu al-Fadl told me, Muslim b. Ibrahim told us, Abdulwarith b. Saed told us, he said: Saed told us, he said:

“I sat with Abu Hanifa in Mecca and he mentioned something and a man said to him: Umar b. al-Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him) narrated so and so, Abu Hanifa said: that is the saying of the devil, and another one said to him what does he think about narration from Allah’s prophet (s) : “The cupper and cupped have broken their fast”, he (Abu Hanifa) said: this is a saj (rhyme), so I got angry and said: this is a gathering to which I will not return and I went and left it”.

Ref: Abdullah b. Ahmad b. Hanbal, “as-Sunnah”, voulme 1, page 227, number 403, Research: Muhammad Saed as-Salim al-Qahtani.









Narrators (ilm al-Rijal):

1.
Abdullah b. Ahmad b. Hanbal

He is the son of Ahmad b. Hanbal. As we see above, Dhahabi (in his “Tadhikat al-Huffadh”, volume 2, page 665, number 685) called him al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Hujjah.

2. 
Abu al-Fadl

Dhahabi said (in his “Siyar Alam an-Nubala”, volume 12, page 519) that he is Hafidh and thiqah.

Abu Yalah said (in his “Thabaqat al-Hanabilah”, volume 1, page 148, number 195) that he is thiqah thabt, hafidh and precise. 
And "Khatib Baghdadi" said the same in his “Tarikh Baghdad”, volume 8, page 245, number 4346.

3.
Muslim b. Ibrahim

He is the narrator of Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim and other books of Sihah-Sittah. Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani said (in his “Taqrib at-Tadhib”, volume 1, page 529, number 6616) that he is mamoon and thiqah.

4. 
Abdulwarith b. Saed

He is the narrator of Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim and other books of Sihah-Sittah. Dhahabi said (in his “al-Kashif”, volume 1, page 673, number 3510) that he is thabt, salih.
5. 
Saed b. Abi Aroobah

Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani said (in his “Taqrib at-Tadhib”, volume 1, page 239, number 2365) that he is thiqah and hafidh.

So according to the sunni standards this hadith is SAHIH.


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