SHIA ARE PROPHET'S SUCCESSORS GROUP

 
 

 

KAB AL-AHBAR OR ABDULLAH BIN SABA?

PART 2

 

 

Assalamun alaikum netters

 

Kab al-Ahbar or Abdullah bin Saba? (4)

 

 

THIRD SECTION:
NARRATORS OF HADITH CREATED OUT OF SEEF'S IMAGINATION

 

Apart from creating fictitious companions (of the Holy Prophet) the few names of which we have already mentioned as well as creating a forged sect of Saba'eeya to which we have already referred, Seef has forged yet another group and narrated fabricated traditions from them.

Here, it will suffice to mention the fictitious names of the narrators of hadith - which we have introduced in some of the books. We shall also record the page number of the book wherein that particular narrator has been examined:

 

 

Names of Narrators of Hadith fabricated by Seef

The number of
tradition narrated
from the narrator in «Tarikh-e-Tabri»

Introduced
in the book
«Abdullah-ibne-
Saba».

Introduced in the book
«
Khamsuna
Ma'ata Sahabi-Mukhtalaq

 

(1) Muhammad-ibn-Abdullah-ibn-Sawad-ibn-Nuyara

216

1/176

1/93

(2) Sahl-ibn-Yusuf

126

-

1/195

(3) Muhallat-ibn-Aqabah

67 or 76

1/203

1/93

(4) Ziyad-ibn-Sarjes Ahmadi

53

1/195

1/141

(5) Nasr-ibn-Sarri

24 or 29

1/203

1/139 & 2/211 & 214

(6) Rufail and his son

20

-

1/139

(7) Mustaneer-ibn-Yazid

18

2/166

1/141

(8) Ibne-Rufail

18

1/203

-

(9) Sa'eed- ibn-Thabit Jezh Ansari

16

2/19

-

(10) Abdullah-ibn-Sa'eed-ibn- Thabit

16

-

1/95 & 2/187

(11) Mubashahr-ibn-Fuzail

15

1/78

1/220

(12) Khalik (unknown)

16

-

1/122

(13) Ubadah (unknown)

16

-

1/122

(14) Rufail

14

1/203

-

(15) Gusn-ibn-Qasim

13

1/201

1/107

(16) Abu Uthman (unknown)

10

-

1/181

(17) Sa'b-ibn-Atiyya

9

1/155

1/93

(18) Abu Uthman Yazid-ibn-Aseed Assani

9

-

1/104

(19) Abd-ibn-Rahman-ibn- Siyah Ahmari

7

2/417

1/98

(20) Ubaidullah-ibn-Muhaffiz

6

-

1/118; 1/141 & 2/297

(21) Urwatu-ibn-Ghazziyah Dathini

6

6/165

2/131 & 1/147

(22) Amro-ibn-Raiyyan

6

1/187

1/132

(23) Abu Sufyan Talha-ibn-Abdur-Rahman

5

1/177

-

(24) Abu-Zahra Qushairi

5

2/154

-

(25) A man from Banu- Kanane

5

-

-

(26) Taher-ibn-Abu-Haleh

-

-

1/377

(27) Zahhak-ibn-Qaish

4

-

1/232

(28) Halhaal-ibn-Zari

4

-

1/232

(29) Anas-ibn-Halees

4

-

1/230

(30) Mukhalled-ibn-Qais

4

1/268

-

(31) Samak-ibn-Hajimi

3

-

1/230

(32) Qais-ibn-Zaid Nakh'ee

3

-

1/162

(33) Qais-ibn-Yazid

3

-

1/232

(34) Zafar-ibn-Dehi

3

-

1/111

(35) Muqtah-ibn-Haitham-ibn Fahih

-

-

-

(36) Aameri Beka'ee

3

-

1/98

(37) Ibne-Muhraq

3

1/195

1/132

(38) Bahr-ibn-Furaat Ajali

2

2/417

1/221

(39) A man from Kanane

2

-

-

(40) Uthman-ibn-

1/155

1/155

1/345

(41) Hanzaleh-ibn-Ziyad

2

-

1/98

(42) Hemad-ibn-Fallah Barjami

2

-

-

(43) Jarair-ibn-Ashras

2

-

1/162

(44) A man from Bakr-ibn-Wahel

2

-

1/191

(45) Aamer

2

-

1/234

(46) Khuzaima-ibn-Shajarah Aqfani

2

-

345

(47) Abd-ibn-Sakhr-ibn- Lauzan

2

-

1/378

(48) Waraqa'a-ibn-ar- Rahman Hanazeli

2

-

1/401

(49) Habib-ibn-Rabi'i Asadi

1

1/26

-

(50) Ammar-ibn-so and so Asadi

2

4/417

-

(51) Ibne-Shahid

1

-

-

(52) Amro-ibn-Tamam

1

1/78

-

(53) A man from Tayy

1

-

1/132

(54) Abdullah-ibn-Muslim Akli

1

1/199

1/197

(55) Karb-ibn-Abu Karb Akli

1

-

1/197

(56) Ibne-Abu Mukannaf

1

-

1/93

(57) Bakr-ibn-Wa'el

1

-

1/118

(58) Hamid-ibn-Abu Shujar

1

-

1/132

(59) Esmat-Wa'eli

1

-

1/132

(60) Esmat-ibn-Harith

1

-

1/132

(61) A man

1

-

1/139

(62) A man from Bani-Harith

1

-

1/139

(63) Batan-ibn-Bashar

1

-

1/141

(64) Urwah-ibn-Walid

1

-

1/148

(65) Abu Ma'abad Abasi

1

-

1/148

(66) Ibne-S'as'ah or Sasah

1

-

1/162

(67) Mukalleq-ibn-Kathir

1

-

1/162

(68) So and so Hajeemi

1

-

1/230

(69) Kaleeb-ibn-Halhal

1

-

1/232

(70) Jurair-ibn-Yazid Ju'afi

-

-

1/232

(71) Hareeth-ibn-Ma'ali

1

-

1/168

(72) Bint Kaisan Zabeeh

1

-

2/298

 

 

 

 above-mentioned fictitious narrators and the number of their  fabricated traditions presents a slight notion of Seef's extent of sabotage in the reliable books of the Caliphate school.

 

 

Wassalam

 

Mohammed Yusuf

07/07/2001

 

To be continued….

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

FOURTH SECTION:
THE COMMANDERS OF THE INFIDEL'S ARMY:

 

 

 

In addition to creating fictitious companions for the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.A.) and narrators of hadith (for narrating biography and Islamic history) and a sect amongst the companions and disciples by the name of Sabas, Seef has also created some fictitious commanders for the army of Iran in the wars which took place at the outset of Islam like:

 

COMMANDERS OF THE INFIDEL'S ARMY FABRICATED BY SEEF


(1) Qaaren-ibn-Qaryanes

(2) Firzan

(3) Anushjan

(4) Qaaren-ibn-Qaryanes

(5) Ruzbeh and Ruzmehr

HAS BEEN INTRODUCED IN THE BOOK OF «KHAMSUNA-MA'ATA SAHABI-MUKHTALAQ».

1/149

1/137

1/276

2/102

2/108

 

 

FIFTH SECTION:
THE POETS MADE OUT OF SEEF'S IMAGINATION:

Seef the dualist, has fabricated personalities and names from every class of people where their names and stories have come down in the authentic books of the Caliphate school. Amongst them are the poets and their odes, some of which are mentioned below:

 

Poets fabricated by Seef




(1) Khetteel, an Arab poet

(2) Amro-ibn-Qasim, an Arab poet

Introduced in the
book «Abdulla-
ibn-Saba»


2/47

-

Introduced in the
book «Khamsuna-
Ma'ata Sahabi-
Mukhtalaq»

-

1/230

 

 

 

SIXTH SECTION:
THE
DISCIPLES FABRICATED BY
SEEF:

Seef the dualist, has also fabricated fictitious figures introducing them as the disciples of the companions like:

 

Disciples of Companion fabricated by Seef



(1)
Ma'an Shaibani, the twin brother of General of the Islamic army

(2) Abu Lailee Fadaki

3) Ott-ibn-Suwaid

4) Mukannaf

5) Son of Hormazan by the name of Qamazban

 

Introduced in the
book «Abdulla-
ibn-Saba»


2/102

 

-

-

-

1/294

Introduced in the
book «Khamsuna-
Ma'ata Sahabi-
Mukhtalaq»

-

 

1/158

1/231

1/393

2/96

 

 

Just as mentioned before, Seef has accounted surprising stories for each of these names which has thus come down in the authentic books of the Caliphate school.

 

 

 

NOTES

 

 

1- Bukhari - Book of Salat, Chapter - [Arabic text] 1:809, Printed in 1313 A.H. Also the interpretation of the first verse in the same book 6:20; Tirmidhi 5:206 Egyptian print and Nesa'ee 2:323.

 

2- Baqarah: 125

 

3- Ahzab: 59

 

4- Tahrim: 5

 

5- Muaminun: 12: 13:14

 

6- Musnad of Tayalesi: 9/42 Indian print.

 

7- 'Fathul - Baari' 2:51 and 'Omdatul-Qaari' 4:144

 

8- Refer to 'Omdatul-Qaari' 4:144

 

9- 'Fathul-Baari' 2:51

 

10- Tarikh al-Khulafa - Suyuti 122 Cairo print - 1992 - in the section of 'Omar's Agreement'.

 

11- Tarikh-e-Ibn Asaker 13: 1,8,10.

 

12- Baqarah: 98

 

13- Ahzab: 59

 

14- Tauba: 84

 

15- Tarikh-e-Madinat-ul-Dameshq - Ibn Asaker 13:7,8 & 9.

 

16- Bukhari - Book of Prophets 4:174 and Book of Virtues of the companions of the Prophet 5:12 Sahih Muslim - Book of Virtues of the companions 7/115 Egyptian print Tirmidhi - Book of 'Manaqib' 5:622 Vol. 3663. Musnad of Ahmad - 2:339 & 6:55 Tayalesi /3348

 

17- Ibn - Asaker 13:8 & 10.

 

18- Ibn-Asaker 13: * & 10.

 

19- Tarikh-e-Khulafa - Suyuti: 122 Chapter of Omar's Agreement.

 

20- Tarikh-e-Ibn Asaker 13:11

 

21- Tarikh-e-Ibn Asaker 10:11

 

22- Tarikh-e-Ibn Asaker 110

 

23- Tarikh-e-Ibn Asaker 11 and Sunan of Tirmidhi - chapter of 'Manaqib' of Omar.

 

24- 'Musnad' of Ahmad 4:246

 

25, 26, 27, Sahih Bukhari 1:37 [Arabic text] and 2:48 [Arabic text]; Ibn- Maaja [Arabic text] 305, 306; Al-Daarami 1:171; Sahih Muslim - Book of cleanliness - 73; Musnad of Ahmad 5:394, 402; Nesa'ee [Arabic text] [Arabic text]; Sunan of Abu Dawoud - Book of cleanliness 1:7 and Sunan of Tirmidhi 1:30

 

28- Baldah is a land outside Mecca tying to the western side of the city.

 

29- Al-Bukhari-Book of sacrifices: 72 [Arabic text] 3:206, 207, and the Book of 'Manaqib' (virtues) of Ansars: 2:210 chapter 24. and Musnad of Ahmad 2:69,89,127

 

30- Musnad of Ahmad 1:189/1648 and Majamuz-Zawa'ed 9:417

 

31- Taqreeb al-Tahzeeb 1:435

 

32-Al-Mahbar: 175 and Ibn-Hashim 1:232 print - Ibrahim al-Abyari, Masoudi and Muruj az-Zahab 1:84 print Asad Dagher and Bulugh al-Arab 3:252

 

33- Mufradat al-Quran-article of [Arabic text] Al-Mesbah al-Munir Mukhtar al-Sihah and Qamous al-Muheet - same article.

 

34- Sahih Muslim 1:133 - Egyptian print Ibn-Maajah 1:501/1573 - almost similar to the contents of the previous tradition.

 

35- Abu Dawoud - Book of Sunnah. Chapter of 'Necessity of Sunnah'. 4:200, Ibn-Maajah 1:15-16/42 Darami 1:44 - chapter of 'Submission to Sunnah'; Tirmidhi 5:44/2676 and Musnad of Ahmad 4:126

 

36- Muminun: 14

 

37- Muminun: 14

 

38- Ahzab: 59

 

39- Muhammad-ibn-Seerin says: I asked from Ubaidah the meaning of the verse: [Arabic text] and he gave a practical reply. He put over his head a covering which he had with himself and concealed his entire head with it down to the eye-brows. He covered himself in such a manner leaving only one opening on the left side.

 

40- In our very first review of the 'occasion of revelation' of Sura Tahrim we found thirty-seven traditions which had mentioned the names of these two women and all of these traditions can be found in the exegesis of the said Sura in «Durrul-Mansur» of Suyuti.

 

41- Refer to the enegesis of the Sura in «Durrul-Mansur» of Suyuti.

 

42- Baqarah: 219

 

43- Nisa: 43

 

44- Maidah: 91

 

45- Sunan' of Abu Dawoud - Book of 3:325 First chapter and Sunan' of Tirmidhi - exegesis of Sura Maidah.

 

46-Nisa: 43

 

47- Maidah: 90

 

48- Exegis of Tabari 2:211

 

49- «Al-Mustatral-fi-kulle-fun-mustatraf» 2:26 Author - Muhammad-ibn- Ahmad Abshiyi (850 A.H.)

 

50- Exegesis (of Quran) of Qurtabi 5:200

 

51- Mustadrak as-Sahihain - Hakim Naishabouri 2:307

 

52- 'Book of Cleanliness' from: Sunan Nesa'ee 1:26; Tirmidhi 8th chapter and Ibn-Maaja 14th chapter. 'Musnad' of Ahmad 6:192, 213.

 

53- Sunan Nesa'ee - Book of Cleanliness 1:17-18

 

54- Sunan Nesa'ee - book of cleanliness, 'Musnad-Ahmad-ibn-Hanbal 3:443 and 4:224,237; Sunan - Abu Dawoud - chapter of cleanliness and Tirmidhi chapters of cleanliness - chapter 16.

 

55- Sunan Tirmidhi - book of cleanliness, chapter 16; Sunan Ibn-Maaja chapter 23 and Musnad of Ahmad 4:396,399 and 413

 

56- 'Sunan' of Ibn-Maaja - book of cleanliness, chapter (41) [Arabic text] 1:112 and Tirmidhi, chapter 8.

 

57- 'Sunan' of Ibn-Maaja - book of cleanliness, chapter 14.

 

58- 'Sunan' of lbn-Maaja - book of cleanliness, chapter 14.

 

59- 'Muta' of Malik - book of cleanliness, chapter 14.

 

60- 'Fath-ul-Baari' 1:443, Irshad-us-Saari 1:277 and Shar-ul-Nuwia 3:165.

 

61- 'Khutba-e-Qasea' (Sermon of disparagement) No. 192 Nahjul- Balagha Research by Subhi Saleh: 300 and commentary of Abdah 1, 182.

 

62- Sayed Hashim Al-Bahrani: Huliat-ul-Abrar 1:18 Printed in Qum.

 

63- Akmaluddin or Kamaluddin: 104, Bihar-ul-Anwar 15:144 and Min-la- Yahzarul-Faqih - Chapter on Anecdotes.

 

64- In the holy Quran, two types of Imams (leaders) have been introduced (I) the divine selected one (II) an Imam who invites towards the fire.

 

65- Taurah - Book two, Samuel - Chapter 11.

 

66- Tabari -1:1460 - 1462

 

67- 'Ijtihad' (independent judgement) in the race or 'Nas' (text)

 

68- Sunan Baihaqi 7:206, Badayat-ul-Mujtahid 1:346, Zaad-ul-Ma'ad 2:205, Al-Mughni Labin - Qadama 7:527, Al-Muhli La'bin - Hazama 7:107 and Ibn-Abid Hadeed 3:167 First edition.

 

69- Sahih Bukhari 1:190, Sunan Nesa'ee 2:15 For other sources refer to Preface of Mer'at-ul Uqool 1:232

 

70- Sahih Muslim 8851145

 

71- Ibn Zubain attributed blindness to Ibn-Abbas because he had become blind during the final stages of his life.

 

72- Zaad al-Ma'ad 1:248; Az-zawa'ed - Samania 1:330/1108 and Al- Musannaf from Ibn-Abi Shuaiba.

 

73- 'Musnad' of Ahmad 1:252 and Zaad-ul-Ma'ad 1:257 [Arabic text]

 

74- 'Musnad' of Ahmad 1:337 and Zaad-ul-Ma'ad 1:257

 

75- Refer to preface of Mera'at-ul-Uqool 1:76-99

 

76- Same book 1:27-42

 

77- Like the tradition: [Arabic text] Musnad of Ahmad 5:382, 385, 399 and 402 Tirmidhi 5:609/3669 and Ibn-Maaja 1:37/97

 

78- Preface of the book 'Al-Estia'ab' and 'Asad-ul-Ghaba'

 

79- 'Sunan' of Abu Dawoud 5:209; Aqd'ul-Fareed 5:52 and Murooj-uz- Zahab 3:147

 

80- Al-Aqd-ul-Farid 5:51

 

81- Incident (89) in Tarikh-e-Tabari 5:67; Ibn-Athir 4:205 and Ibn-Kathir 9:76

 

82- Ibn-Kathir 10:8

 

83- Sahih Muslim [Arabic text] 6:21

 

84- Sahih Muslim [Arabic text] 6:20,21

 

85- Sahih Muslim [Arabic text] 6:20,21

 

86- Sahih Muslim [Arabic text] 6:20,21

 

87- Shar-e-Nuwi of 'Sahih Muslim' 12:229

 

88- Shar-e-Nuwi of 'Sahih Muslim' 12:229

 

89-Nisa: 59

 

90- Abul-Qasim Ishaaq-ibn-Muhammad Hakim Samarqandi [Arabic text] - Translation on the commands of Amir Nuh Saamani in the year 370 A.H. by the endeavour of Abdul-Hai Habibi - Tehran, 1969.

 

91- Masoudi: 'Murawwij'-az-Zahab' 3:71 - 72; Beirut Print

 

92- Yakubi: 2:251 - 252 - Beirut Print 1990

 

93- Yakubi: 2:251-252 - Beirut Print 1990

 

94- Tarikh-e-al Khamees 2:303 and Tarikh-e-al Khulafa 209.

 

95- summary of 'History of Islam' - Zahabi 3:114 Ibn-Kathir 8:329 and Tabari 2:844-845 and History of the Caliphs (Tarikh-e-Khulafa) 212.

 

96- History of Islam - Zahabi 3:114

 

97- Tarikh-e-al Khamees 2:305

 

98- Tarikh-e-Ibn-Kathir 8:332

 

99- Ibn-Zubair was an apostate poet f or thc Quraish during the period of ignorance and has recited the afore-mentioned poem wit h regards to the Muslim martyrs of the battle or Uhud and expressed a feeling of satisfaction from those killed in the battle of Badr.

 

100- Condensation from the following references: Tabari 7:11-14, event of the year 72 A.H.; Ibn-Athir 4:47-49, 146; Ibn-Kathir 8:220-225; Tarikh- e-Yaqubi 2:251-252; Muwwarij-az Zahab 3:71; At-Tanbiyah-wal-Eshraf: 264; Futouh A'asam 5:300; Al-Aqdul-Farid 4:390; Tarikh-Islam Zuhbi 2:357 and its detached account in Summary of Mera'at-ul-Uqool 2:336- 344.

 

101- During the reign of the caliphs, they used to brand the neck and hands of Hajjaj with leaden scal in order to show that that animal was belonging to the Government. Branding the companions or their hands (too) was to reveal that they were the special property of the Government.

 

102- Tabari: 7:206 - event of the year 74 A.H.; Ibn Athir 4:139 and Yaqubi 2:272.

 

103- Zuhbi - History of Islam 3:18-19 - First edition

 

104- This book has been translated into Arabic under the title: [Arabic text] and a part of it too has unfortunately been translated into Persian.

 

105- Basa'er-ul-Dareja'at: 301 - Muhammad Hassan Safaar

 

106- Usul Kafi 1:53 - Research of Ali Akbar Ghaffari.

 

107- Sahih Muslim - Chapter of «Virtue of the Companions» - 36/37 and 'Musnad' of Ahmad 4:366

 

108- Hind-ibn-Abu Halah who was the son Of Khadijah from her first husband before her marriage with the Holy Prophet and was Imam Hassan's uncle through relation, was killed in the battle of Jamal. He has belletristic and charming words for the Holy Prophet's appearance. He would speak in such manner that as if he is reciting a poem or would narrate in praise of the Holy Prophet a humourous poem. Ht was f or this reason that Imam Hassan (A.S.) was fond of his sayings. Refer to 'Makarem-ul- Akhtag' of-Tabarsi: 11-23.

 

109- Makarem-al Akhlaq Tabarsi 11:23

 

110- However in recent centuries since the Zoroastrians have lived in thc Islamic societies, they have gradually and steadily given up this practice and considered it to be an evil and ugly act. Refer to Sae'ed Nafisi: «The social history of Iran» 2/35 and Christensen: «Iran at the time of Sassanides» - translated by Rashid Yasemi Pg. 348 - 2nd edition.

 

111- Wasa'el-us-Shia 98/11 Tradition No. 7 and Safinat-ul-Bihar 527/2.

 

112- Al-Bedaya-wal-Nihaya 10/153 + Al-Mauzu'aat 3/76 + Le'aali al- Masnu'ah 2/468.

 

113- He died in the year 224 or 225 A.H. at the age of 93. (Mizan-ul- Ehtedal 3/153 + Al-Fehrest - Laben Nadim /113 Tehran Print)

 

114- By 'year of congregation' [Arabic text] is meant the year 40 Hijri when Muawiya had pined full control of all the Islamic lands. This afore- said year was called [Arabic text] because none opposed Muawiya in that year. The reason why the followers of the Caliphate school are called as Ahl-e-Sunnat and Jama'at (men of tradition and community) is because they are unanimious and united in following the Caliphs and are unopposed to them.

 

115- As per the narration of Ibn-Abil Hadeed - Commentary of Nahjul- Balagha 3/15 - 16 old print and Vol. 11/44-45 Print - Muhammad Abul- Fazl Ibrahim.

 

116- Refer to Al-Fehrest Labin Nadeem /90. Tehran - print

 

117- As per the narration of Ibn-Abil Hadeed: Commentary of Nahjul- Balagha 3/15 onwards - old print and Vol. 11/46 print - Muhammad Abul- Fazl Ibrahim.

 

118- Shuara /214.

 

119- And perhaps Zaid, because he too had lived in this house and was reckoned to be one of its members.

 

120- Tarikh-e-Tabari 3/1172-1173 and Vol. 2/319-321 print - Muhammad Abul-Fazl Ibrahim + Tafseer-e-Tabari 19/74-75 + Al- Badayah wal-Nihaya 3/39-40 + Ibn-Athir 2/41-42 print - Daarul-Kitab al- Arabi + Musnad-e-Ahmad Vol. 2/352 - 1992 print - Ahmad Muhammad Shaker + Tafseer-e-Durarul-Manthur 5/97.

 

121- Sahih - Muslim 1/133 print - Muhammad Ali Subhi.

 

122- Refer to Tabari with regards to the events in the third year Tarikh-e- Tabari /69-1174, printed in Europe and vol. 2/319, Egyptian print - research by Muhamamd Abul-Fazl Ibrahim. Similarly Tarikh-e-Ibn Athir 2/41 + Tarikh-e-Ibn Kathir 3/37 + Tarikh al-Khamis 1/287 + At-Tabaqat- ul-Kubra 1/199 onwards + Insab-ul-Ashraf 1/15 onwards + Al-Ektefa 1/279-281 Egyptian print.

 

123- At-Tabaqat-ul-Kubra 8/58 Beirut print + Asad al-Ghaba 6/188-192.

 

124- Refer to the research on 'Musnad' of Ahmad undertaken by Ahmad Muhammad Shaker vol. 2/352 1992.

 

125- Usul-Kafi Vol. 1/457 and 458 + Tarikh-ul-A'imma Labin Abi al- Thalaj /6 - precious collection + Taj al-Mawalid Tabari /97 - precious collection + Mustadrak ala-Sahiheen 3/156.

 

126- Sahih Muslim Vol. 1 Pg. 133; [Arabic text] Tradition No 348 Sunan Nesa'ee 6/248-250; [Arabic text] - chapter of Musnad Ahmad 2/333

 

127- Muslim 1/133 - Tradition No. 350

 

128- At-Tabaqat-ul-Kubra 1/78 + Emtah-ul-Asmah 1/326 + Sair Ehlam an-Nebala 2/436 + Fath-ul-Bari 6/31 and 7/391 + Al-Asabah 3/287 + Al- Ma'aref 278

 

129- 'Musnad' Ahmad 3/476 and 5/60

 

130- Al-Asabah 1/536 + Tahzeeb-ul-Tahzeeb 3/347

 

131- From his biography, refer to Al-Asabah 3/215.

 

132- Al-Asabah 3/215. Also refer to Al-Tabaqat 1/309-310 + Asad-ul- Ghabah 4/383-384.

 

133- 'Musnad' of Ahmad 1/281,307 + Sahih Muslim 1/134.

 

134- Al-Asabah 2/322

 

135- Durrul-Manthur 5/95-97 narrated from Tabari section 19/72 onwards and Sunan Tirmidhi 5/338-340 Tradition 3184, 3185 and 3186.

 

136- Al-Asaba 1/84-85. According to another narration, he was eight years old at the time of 'Hijrat' which means that he had not been born at the time of revelation of the verse. Refer to Al-Ma'aref /308-309.

 

137- Refer to Al-Asaba 1/146-147 + Asad-ul-Ghaba 1/205 + Al- Astee'ab 1/153-155 - Research of Ali Muhammad Bujari + At-Tabaqat-le- Khalifa-ibn-Khayat 1/186,303 and 449.

 

138- Tafseer-Tabari 19/73 and 75 - One tradition exists each from Ibn- Shahab, Zahak and Qatada who died in the year 124, 105 and 117 A.H. respectively. They were from the 'disciples of the companions' and had not seen the era of the Holy Prophet.

 

139- Jaameh-ul-Bayan-Fi-tafseer Quran - Tabari section 19/74

 

140- Refer to Al-Ma'aref-Ibn Qutaiba /426 - A research of Tharvat Akasha + Tabaqat al-Hafiz /25 + Tazkerat-ul-Hafiz 1/65 + Tahzeeb-ul- Tahzeeb 6/277.

 

141- Suyuti: Durrul-Manthur 5/96 -Twelfth tradition under the afore-said verse.

 

142- Asad-ul-Ghaba 1/76-77 + Al-Asaba 1/50 + Al-Estee'ab 1/80-82 + Al-Ma'aref-Ibn-Qutaiba /309.

 

143- Tabari 2/311-312; three traditions - second Egyptian edition - research by Muhammad Abul-Fazl Ibrahim + Al-Estee'ab ala-hamesh-ul- Asaba 3/163 + Al-Asaba 2/480 + Asad-ul-Ghaba 4/49

 

144- In this connection, refer to the related traditions in Sahih Muslim Vol. 1 Pg. 133 onwards, especially the first in tradition.

 

145- Refer to Tafseer-e-Burhan' Vol. 3/189-192 which has brought ten traditions under this verse with such contents.

 

146- Sifat-us-Shia - Eight tradition Pg. 165

 

147- Refer to Sahih Muslim Vol. 1/133 & 134 - Cairo print.

 

148- Refer to the research of Ahmad Muhammad Shakir in the footnote of Musnad Ahmad-ibn-Hanbal 2/352 - Tradition 1371

 

149- Tabari 2/319 - research of Muhammad Abul-Fazl Ibrahim + Ibn- Athir 2/41 Darul-Kitab al-Arab.

 

150- Mustadrak-Sahihain + Tarikh-e-Baghdad 4/348; Vol. 7/172 & Vol. 11/48 and 49 + Maj'ma-uz-Zava'ed 9/114 + Tahzeeb-ut-Tahzeeb 6/320 and vol. 7/427 + Asad-ul-Ghaba 4/22 old edition and Vol. 4/100 new edition + Al-Jaa'me as-Sagheer 1/108 Egyptian print + Muntakhab Kanz- ul-Ummal ala-hamesh-ul-Musnad 5/30 + As Sawa'eq al-Muharrega /122 + Tarikh-e-Khulafa 170 - Karachi print.

 

151- Mustadrak Sahihain 3/127

 

152-Tirmidhi 5/637 + Al-Jaa'me as-Sagheer 1/108 Muntakhal al Kanz 5/30

 

153- Tarikh-e-Baghdad 11/204

 

154- As-Sawa'eq al-Muharrega /34 - second edition.

 

155- Tirmidhi 5/656 and 661 - Tradition 3768 & 3781 + Musnad Ahmad 3/3, 62, 64 to 82 and vol. 5/391 & 392 + Hilyat-ul-Auliah 4/139 & 190 and 5/58 & 71 + Tarikh-e-Baghdad 1/140; 6/372; 9/231 and 232 and 10/90 & 230 + Tahzeeb-ut-Tahzeeb - translation by Ziad-ibn-Jubari and Suwaid-ibn-Sa'eed + Nesa'ee: Al-Kasa'es /36 + Asad-ul-Ghaba Vol. 5 Pg. 574 - old edition, Mustadrak 3/167 & 381 + Ibn-Maaja 1/44 tradition 118.

 

156- Ibn-Maaja 1/36 tradition 95 + Tirmidhi 5/610-611 - Tradition 3365, 3366 & 3664

 

157- Fabrication of tradition in the form of uttering false things about the Holy Prophet began during Hazrat's time itself so much so that he has warned the people against this act and promised them the Fire. Refer to Tirmidhi 5/634 tradition 3715 and Ibn-Maaja 1/13-15.

 

158- Commentary of Ibne Abil-Hadeed on Nahjul-Balagha 1/258 - first edition - Egypt.

 

159- Sahih Bukhari - [Arabic text] 8/6 + Sahih Muslim - [Arabic text] 1/136; Egyptian print + Musnad Ahmad 4/203 + 'Musnad' of Abi Awanah 1/96 - Indian print.

 

160- Bukhari - [Arabic text]; Section - [Arabic text] Vol. 8/6 and Vol. 3/34 - Egyptian print.

 

161- The author of «Mufradat-ul-Quran» says: [Arabic text] (About the term [Arabic text]) Jauhari in «As-Sihah» and Raazi in «Mukhtar as-Sihah» says: [Arabic text] Fayumi in «Al-Mesbah al-Munir» has said:- [Arabic text] Firoozabadi in «Al-Qamus al-Muhit» says: [Arabic text]

 

162- Elaam-ul-Wara be-Elaam-ul-Huda /151

 

163- Tarikh-e-Tabari 4/222 - Research of Muhammad Abul-Fazl Ibrahim Omar-ibn-Khattab's address to Ibne-Abbass.

 

164- Nahjul-Balagha - Sermons 33, 172 and 217 Pages 77, 236 and 246 - The research of Subhi Saleh.

 

165- Tirmidhi 5/633; tradition 3713 + Ibne-Maaja 1/43; tradition 116 + Mustadrakk Sahihain 3/109, 110 & 116 + Musnad Ahmad 4/281 + Tazkerat-ul-Auliya - Manaqib Amir-ul-Mumineen + Sifat as-Safuh 1/313.

 

166- Yaqubi 3/81 & 89; Beirut and Najaf print + At-Tanbeeh wal-Ashraaf Masoudi /293 + Ibne-Athir 4/301 and 310.

 

167- Fath-ul-Baari 4/453 - Egyptian print.

 

168- In explanation of this term, refer to the previous chapter.

 

169- Commentary of Ibne Abil-Hadeed 1/359 - First edition; Egypt.

 

170- Tabari 2/378; Daarul-Ma'aref print in Egypt + Ibn-Hisham 1/485 - Ibrahim al-Abyari and others second edition + Ensab-ul-Eshraf 1/260 - Muhammad Hamidullah print + Ibn-Athir 2/73 - Daarul-Kitab print + At- Tabaqatul-Kubra 1/228 - Beirut print + Uyoon al-Akhbar 1/184 - Beirut print + Al-Wafa-be-Ahwal Mustafa 1/236

 

171- Al-Baladan /78 - Najaf Print.

 

172- Al-Baladan /77

 

173- Ahsan at-Taqasim-fi-Ma'arefat al-Aqalim /102

 

174- Mu'ajam al-Baladan 2/86-87 - Beirut print.

 

175- Ar-Rauz-ul-M'athar-fi-Khabar-ul-Aqthar /151 and also under the matter 'cave' from the same book /425 - Research by Dr. Ehsan Abbassi.

 

176- All these discussions have been utilized from the commentary of Sahih Muslim - Research of Muhammad Fa'ad Abdul - Baaqi / 995-998 - Lebanon print.

 

177- Refer to Hayat-e-Muhammad 176-177 - First edition.

 

178- Baqarah /204 & 205

 

179- Baqarah /207

 

180- Commentary of Al-Nahj 1/358-361 - old edition.

 

181- Abu Muhammad Abdul-Malik-ibn-Hisham - died in 213 or 218.

 

182- A detailed reasoning of this saying has come in my book called «Man -Tarikh-ul-Hadith».

 

183- Muhammad-ibn-Jareer Tabasi - born in 224 and died in 310.

 

184- As-Sadooq: Kitab al-Khisal /190; Beirut print: There were three persons who used to attribute lies to the Holy Prophet - Abu-Huraira, Anas -ibn-Malik and a woman.

 

185- Muqrizi: Emtah al-Asmah /206-207 - Damascus print + Kitab-ul- Maghazi 2/426-427 - Egyptian print.

 

186, 187 and 188 : 'Musnad' of Ahmad 6/39, 129, 182, 264 & 280 + Muntakhab Kanz-ul-Ummal 6/173 + Uyoon-ul-Akhbar-Ibne Qutaiba 1/315.

 

189- 'Musnad' of Ahmad 6/39, 129, 182, 264 & 280 + Muntakhab Kanz- ul-Ummal 6/173 + Uyoon-ul-Akhbar-Ibne Qutaiba 1/315.

 

190- At-Tabaqat 2/65 - Beirut print.

 

191- Bukhari 1/48-49, 2/194, 3/48 and 4/122. Zaatul-Jaish was in one house in Medina.

 

192- Bukhari - Book of Tayammum Vol. 1/48-49; Chapter on virtues of Abu-Bakr 2/194 and Exegesis of Sura Maeda 3/48 & 4/122 + Muslim - section of Tayammum 1/191-192 + Nesa'ee 1/163 + Mutah Malik 1/53- 54 + 'Musnad' of Ahmad 6/179 + Abu Awanah 1/302.

 

193- Turbaan is a land between Zaatul-Jaish, Mellal and Siyalah and it possesses abundant water. In the battle of 'Badr', the Holy Prophet stayed in this place. Muajam al-Baladan 1/833.

 

194- 'Musnad' of Ahmad Vol 6/272 -273

 

195- 'Musnad' of Tablisi - tradition 638 + 'Musnad' of Ahmad 4/265 + 319 + Muslim 1/193 + Nesa'ee 1/170 + Kanz-ul-Ummal 5/142 - tradition 2926 + 'Musnad' of Abi Awanah 1/306 + Abu Dawoud 1/88.

 

196- Nesa'ee 1/171

 

197- Nesa'e 1/172 - First edition + Bukhari Vol. 1/49; Vol. 2/205 and Vol. 3/169 + Muslim 1/192 + 'Musnad' of Ahmad 6/57.

 

198-Nisa /43

 

199- At-Tabaqat-ul-Kubra 7/65-66 - Beirut print. Moreover this story has also come down in «Estee'ab», «Asad-ul-Ghaba» and «Al-Asaba» with some minor differences. Muttaqi too has narrated it in his «Kanz-ul- Ummal» 5/145 - tradition 2961.

 

200- Nisa /43

 

201- Durrul-Manthur 2/166

 

202- Nisa /43

 

203- Durrul-Manthur 2/166 - Explanation of Sura Nisa verse 43.

 

204- Shorter Encyclopedia of Islam Pg. 588-589 and the topic of «tyammum» in Da'erat-ul Ma'aref Islamiah - Translated in Arabic 5/158 - Egyptian print.

 

205- verse - 43

 

206- Verse: 6

 

207- Refer to A'lam-ul-Wura /47 - Research of Ali Akbar Ghaffari + Bihar -ul-Anwar 18/179 - Tradition 10 and 184; tradition 14 and 194; tradition 30 and 196.

 

208- For many years, the Muslim army was attacking the Romans during the summer season and so these soldiers came to be called as «Sayefah» [Arabic text]

 

209- The Cloister of Christian settlers surrounding the Islamic cities which had been the centre of the worst and ugliest kind of debauchery, libertinism and wine-drinking when most of the heads of the Caliphate during the Umayyid and Abbassid period used to take resort to these places for sport and play (which in fact had been places initially meant for worship). For this reason, Yazid too had taken shelter in the Cloister of Marran which was a luxuriant and prosperous place for indecent acts. Refer to «Dayarat- Shabashti» and «Muajam al-Baladan» - Yaqut Hamavi.

 

210- Mujam al-Baladan 2/534

 

211- M. Watt: Muhammad at Mecca, Pg. 53.

 

212- In writing the biography of the Holy Prophet, this same English scholar has only referred to Tarikh-e-Tabari, Seerah Ibne-Hisham, Mughazi, Aqdi, «Tabaqat» of Ibne-Sa'ad, Sahih-e-Bukhari, Musnad Ahmad, Asad-ul- Ghaba and Al-Asabah i.e. the references of the Caliphate school only and has not referred to even one single reference from the Ahl-e-bayt school.

 

213- For example refer to «Bayan-e-Haqayaq» - Sayyid Abbass Alawi /220-221 where he lakes support of the 'Gharaniq' traditions while accounting for the repentence - letters of Bab.

 

214- Sahih Muslim Vol. 7 Pg. 122-123; Print Muhammad Ali Subih and sons, Cairo + 'Sunan' of Darami 2/432 + Al-Mustadrak ala Sahihain 3/109 + Musnad Ahmad-ibn-Hanbal 4/366 and 371.

 

215- Sahih Tirmidhi Vol. 5 Pg. 662 - Tradition 3786.

 

216- 'Musnad' Ahmad-ibn-Hanbal Vol. 3 Pg. 14, 17, 26 & 59.

 

217- Sura Jumah, verse 2

 

218- Sura Tauba, verse 97

 

219- Usul-e-Kafi Vol. 1/32 + Muntakhab al-Kunz 4/55

 

220- Al Mustadrak 3/127 + Tarikh-e-Baghdad 2/377 and 11/48-50

 

221- Bukhari - [Arabic text] - chapter 2

 

222- Bukhari - [Arabic text] - chapter 17 and - [Arabic text] - chapter 48 + Musnad Ahmad 2/203, 246, 263, 340 & 355

 

223- Tarikh-e-Baghdad 2/106

 

224- Musnad Ahmad Vol. 3/449 - tradition of Sa'eb-ibn-Yazid + Muntakhab al-Kanz 4/55 & 56 + Tarikh-e-Ibne Asaker Vol. 1/480 + Al- Asabeh 1/186, No. 837 + Asad-ul-Ghabah 11256, No. 515.

 

225- Sahih Muslim 8/204 + Al-Asabah 1/186; No. 837 + Asad-ul-Ghaba 1/256; No. 515

 

226- Ibne Hajar Asqalani: Al-Asabah-Fi-Tamiiz as-Sahaba 1/186

 

227- Ibne-Hajar-Tahzeeb ut-Tahzeeb 1/511 - first edition - Hyderabad

 

228- Sahih Bukhari - [Arabic text] - 4/13 & 14 + Fath-ul-Bari 6/338-340 + Tirmidhi 5/258-259 tradition 3059 & 360 + Abu Dawoud 3/307 tradition 3606 + Tarikh-ibn-Asaker 10/470-473 + Tahzeeb Ibne-Asaker 3/357-358.

 

229- Tahzeeb-Tarikh-e-Ibne Asaker 3/360 + Zahbi: Sair A'adam-un-Nabala 2/448 - London print.

 

230- Al-Asabah 3/473 - Cairo print 1979. In the tradition of Zahbi, we find the words [Arabic text]. Refer to Sairo A'lam an-Nubala 2/446 - Beirut print.

 

231- Futouh al-Baladan / 556 - Egyptian print - Research by Dr. Salahuddin al-Munjid.

 

232- Tarikh-e-Ibne Asaker 10/479 and Tahzeeb-e-Ibne Asaker 3/360 + Ibne Haban: Kitab-us-Saqat 3/40 - Hyderabad print + Sair 2/447

 

233- «Jassaseh» [Arabic text] is a person who spies too much.

 

234- A village in Syria.

 

235- A small lake in Syria.

 

236- A place in Syria.

 

237- Sahih Muslim 8/203-205 - old Egyptian print, Book of Al-Fatan Chapter 24 tradition No. 119 and new edition Vol. 4 / Pg. 2261-2264 + Musnad Taylaesi / 228-229 tradition No. 1646 + Musnad Ahmad Vol. 6/373-374, 412-413 & 416-417 + Tirmidhi - Book of Al-Fatan Chapter 66 + Ibne-Maaja - tradition 4074.

 

238- The famous student of Muhammad Abdoh who died in the year 1975. He found the magazine «Al-Minar» and wrote «Tafseer Al-Minar». For knowing his life-history, refer to Zarkuli: Al-A'lam 6/360-361; 3rd edition.

 

239- Majalat-ul-Manarej 19/99 - Egyptian print.

 

240- Refer to «commentary of Nuri on Sahih Muslim» with regard to the commentary of this same tradition.

 

241- Refer to the issue of Dajjal written by Winsang and the matter of Tamim Dari written by Lifi Dalavida in the «Encyclopaedia of Islam»; first edition and in the matter of Dajjal in the shorter Encyclopaedia of Islam pg. 67.

 

242- Refer to the Arabic translation of the Encyclopaedia of Islam Vol. 5 Pg. 481.

 

243- Musnad Ahmad 4/103.

 

244- Ibne-Asaker 10/469 + Muajam al-Baladan Vol. 2/212-213 + Tahzeeb Tarikh-e-Ibne Asaker 3/354-355; Beirut print + Sairo A'alam an- Nubala 2/317; Egyptian print.

 

245- Muntakhab Kanz-ul-Ummal 4/56 + Tahzeeb-ut-Tahzeeb 10/157-158 + Furu al-Kafi 7/263 + Wasa'el-us-Shia 3/515 + Al-Wafi 3/74 + Fajr-ul-Islam / 192.

 

246- Sairo-A'alam an-Nubala 2/443; Beirut print + Tehzeeb Tarikh-Ibne Asaker 3/347; Beirut print.

 

247- In the next chapter, we shall be examining Kab's life and his great destructive affairs.

 

248- Musnad Ahmad 3/14, 17, 26 and 59 + Darami - 2/432 + Al- Mustadrak 3/109 + Shar-ul-Jasma-us-Sagheer lil-manavi 3/15 + Tirmidhi 5/662 - 663, tradition 3786 & 3788.

 

249- Ibne-Sa'ad / Vol. 7, Pg. 156 + Tazherat-ul-Hefaz / Vol. 1, Pg. 52 Indian print.

 

250- Ibne-Sa'ad / Vol. 7, Pg. 156 + Tahzeeb-ut-Tahzeeb 8/438 + Al- Asabah 2/298.

 

251- Shazarat ax-Zahab; 1/4 - 2nd edition, Beirut.

 

252- Ibne-Asaker: History of the city of Damascus Vol. 1 / Pg. 110 - Damascus print.

 

253- Ibne-Asaker History of the city of Damascus 1/147.

 

254- Ibne-Asaker Vol. 1/211-212.

 

255- Zumar /75

 

256- Ibne-Asaker 2/122 + Durrul - Manthur 5/344

 

257- History of Ibne-Asaker 1/110

 

258- Ibne-Asaker 1/232

 

259- Tafseer Durrul-Manthur 1/136

 

260- Furu Kafi - Book of Haj; Chapter of virtue of Looking al Ka'aba, Tradition No. 1 Vol. 4 / Pg. 240.

 

261- Tafseer Durrul-Manthur 1/136-137

 

262- Tarikh-e-Tabari 1/402, 2nd edition - research of Muhammad Abul- Fazl Ibrahim.

 

263- Tarikh-e-Tabari 1/265 & 266 + Tafseer-e-Tabari 23/55.

 

264- For example refer to Tarikh-e-Tabari Vol. 1/115 + Al-Asabah 3/299.

 

265- Al-Asabah 3/298 and Tahzeeb-ut-Tahzeeb / last volume related to translation of Abu-Huraira's life - history + Al-Bedayah - wah-Niheyeh 8/103.

 

266- Zahbi: Tazkerat al-Hefaz 1/36 + Al-Asabah 4/206

 

267- At-Tabaqat-ul-Kubra 3/240; European print and Vol. 3/332 Beirut print.

 

268- At-Tabaqat-ul-Kubra Vol. 3/257 - European print and Vol. 3/354 - Beirut print.

 

269- Sura Ghafir /8 & 9.

 

270- Tafseer al-Qurtabi 15/295 + Tafseer-e-Durrul Manthur 5/347

 

271- Durrul-Manthur 1/132

 

272- «Al-Umdat» By Ibne-Rasheeq /25; Egyptian print.

 

273- An-Nujum az- Zaaherat-Fi-Muluk Mesr-wa-Qahera Vol. 1/33.

 

274- Tafseer Durrul-Manthur 4/248.

 

275- At-Tabaqat al-Kubra 2/358; Beirut print.

 

276- Exegesis like «Tafseer Abul-Fotouh Raazi» and «Tafseer-e-Ghazor» have brought some of those traditions of Kab al Ahbar which have not been inconsistent with thc principles of Islam.

 

277- By «source of wisdom», he means the Torah. This quality is from the qualities of the Holy Quran where Kab has utilized it for the distorted Torah.

 

278- [Arabic text].

 

279- [Arabic text] Famous as Majmu'a Maram 235-236

 

280- Sunan-e-Darami 1/115; Damascus print + Musnad-e-Ahmad 3/387 and 470.

 

281- Sunan Darami - two traditions Vol. 1/54 & 55 + Tafseer-e-Ibne- Kathir 4/232 + Etqan 2/4 + Tafseer-e-Qurtabi 18/29 Cairo print + Tarikh-e-Ibne Asaker Vol. 8 Pg. 117-118.

 

282- Fath-ul-Bari 10/221; Egyptian print + Tafseer-e-Ibn-Kathir 4/231; Egyptian print + Kanzul-Ummal 2/357; Indian print + Tafseer-e-Tabari 26/116; Egyptian print.

 

283- Refer to Usul-e-Kafi Vol. 1/74-76; Tauheed of Saduq Pg. 296-297; Ehtejaj of Tabarsi - Najaf print vol. 2/74-76 and Bihar-ul-Anwar 3/46.

 

284- Tarikh-e-Tabari; European print Vol. 3 Pg. 376; Al-Badayah wan- Nihayah Vol. 10/113; «The comprehensive Tarikh» (history) of Ibne-Athir Vol. 5/38-39.

 

285- Refer to the book «One hundred and fifty false companions» Vol. 1 Pg. 59 onwards for knowing his destructive activities and the destructive activities of others like him.

 

286- Refer to the Beirut print 1400 A.H., Vol. 2/2741 - two volumes «Khamsuna -wa-Ma'ata-Sahabi-Mukhtalaq».

 

287- Ali (A.S.) himself was completely unaware of this matter.

 

288- Printed in Tehran in the year 1401 A.H.

 

289- «Akhabeth» means the evils.

 

290- Refer to the book «Abdullah-ibn-Sabah» - section of «Victory of Alees and Amghaishiya».

 

291- Saaf-ibn-Saiyad has been introduced as the Dajjal in the books of hadith of the Caliphate school.

 

292- «Abdulla-ibn-Sabah» - Vol. 2.

 

293- Refer to «Abdullah-ibn-Sabah» and also their life-histories in the second volume of «Khamsuna-wa-Ma'ata-Sahabi-Mukhtalaq» - (Arabic text).

 

294- The author has referred to the hand-written manuscript of this book in the library of Shaikh-ul-Islam in Medina and found that this book has recently been printed.

 

295- Tabari has narrated most of Seef's traditions from Serri.

 

296- This book has not been printed to this day.

 

297- «Me'raj as-Sa'adah» - page 240.

 

298- Jaameh-ul-Sa'adat - Research by Shaikh Muzaffar; Najaf print Vol. 2/11 - chapter [Arabic text]. And Haj Muhammad Hassan Haj Muhammad M'asum was contemporary to the author of: «Jaameh-ul-Sa'adat». He has made use of this book and named his book as «Kashf-ul-Gheta-an-Wujuh- Marasem-ul-Ehtedah». Refer to «Az- Zariyyah» - Vol. 18/45.

 

299- «Ehya-Uloomuddin» - published by Darul-Ma'arefah; Beirut Vol. 3/101 in the book [Arabic text].

 

300- Ehyah-Uloomuddin - 3/125

 

301- Refer to «Az-Zariyyah» (Vol. 2/409-411) - in the translation of «Al- Anwar-Fi-Mu'lad an-Nabi-ul-Mukhtar» and page 440 - in the translation of «Al-Anwar-ul-Muhammadiyah» and Vol. 23/276 - in the translation of «Mu'lad-un-Nabi» and Kashfuz-Zunoon (Vol. 1/167) and the writings of Rabbani Shirazi in the footnotes of Az-Zariyyah (Vol. 15/26).

 

302- Refer to «Az-Zariyyah» (Vol. 15/383-385) - in the translation of the book «Uyoon al-Mu'ajezat».

 

303- Refer to «Az-Zarriyah» (Vol. 22/30) - in the translation of «Meqtaal Amirul-Mumineen» written by Abul-Hassan Bakari.

 

304- Refer to «Az-Zarriyah» (Vol. 21/10 2) - in the translation of «Mesbah al-Anwar».

 

305- Two books: «Meqtaal Amir-ul-Mumineen» and «Mesbah al-Anwar» eventhough its author is Abul-Hassan Bakari who is from the progeny of the first Caliph. But, since the style of these two books differ from the style of the first book, it seems that the author of all the three books are not of the same person.

 

306- The book «Al-Jamal» - Shaikh Mufeed, Haidaria print - Najaf 1368 A.H. (page 4748) De afore-said traditions have come down in Tarikh-e- Tabari, first edition - Egypt (5/103, 155 & 156)

 

307- This tradition has come down in Tarikh-e-Tabari European print 1/2954, 1/3017 and 3073

 

308- Muruj-az-Zahab - Mas'udi - Beirut print, 1385 A.H. (2/349) in description of the Caliphate of Amirul-Mumineen Ali-ibn-Abi Talib.

 

309- Baqarah /255

 

310- Mu'minun /91

 

311- Anbiya /22

 

312- Ahqaf /4

 

313- Ra'ad /16

 

314- Furqan /3

 

315- Fatehah /2

 

316- Kahf /14

 

317-Yasin /32

 

318- Yasin /76

 

319- Taha /15

 

320- Jaziyyah /22

 

321- Baqarah /213

 

322- Nisa /64

 

323- Saba /28

 

324- Hashr /7

 

325- Najm /3 & 4

 

326- Ahzab /36

 

327- A'raf /29

 

328- Nahl /90

 

329- Baqarah /178

 

330- Baqarah /282

 

331- Baqarah /43

 

332- Ma'eda /1

 

333- An'am /152

 

334- A'raf /33

 

335- Nisa /23

 

336- Hashr /8

 

337- Nahl /44

 

338- Bihar - Kitab-ul-Quran; Chapter of: Interpretation of Quran through personal opinion (Vol. 92/107) from Uyoon-Akhbar (1/116); the book «Tauheed-e-Saduq» - Chapter 1 Pg. 37; «Amali-e-Saduq» Pg. 5 have narrated as such: [Arabic text]

 

339- Sahih Tirmidhi - Book of Exegesis; Chapter: [Arabic text] (Vol. 11/67): [Arabic text]

 

340- Sahih Tirmidhi - Book of Exegesis;- Chapter: [Arabic text] (Vol. 11/67); Sunan Abu-Dawoud - Book of Knowledge; Chapter of: (Vol. 3/320) [Arabic text] and Bihar (Vol. 92/111) as per the narration from the Book (Munyat-ul-Mureed»: [Arabic text]

 

341- Bihar (Vol. 92/107) from Tauheed-e-Saduq - Chapter 36 has narrated as such:- [Arabic text]

 

342- [Arabic text]

 

343- [Arabic text] narrated from Munyatul - Mureed.

 

344- [Arabic text] From «Khisal» of Saduq (Vol. 1/78).

 

345- [Arabic text]

 

346- [Arabic text] Narrated from Munyatul - Mureed.

 

347- Bani-Israel /17 - this was uttered by him in his speech which was broadcasted on Theran radio.

 

348- Nisa /4 - I heard this saying from a cassette where the lessons of his interpretation of Quran had been recorded.

 

349- He uttered this in the lesson of «tafseer» (exegesis) and radio Iran broadcasted to the world.

 

350- The role of the Prophet in the civilization of the world - second edition Refer to its preface from page 26 to 31.

 

351- Same source; page 26

 

352- Same source; page 29 and he has wished to utilize this matter from verse 159 of Sura An'am and verses 31 & 32 of Sura Rum which have been revealed in connection with the polytheists.

 

353- Same source; page 29. Here, he is referring to Sura 'Al-Imran', verse 64 as an evidence.

 

354- Same source; page 30 - He has called to witness Sura 'Ma'eda' verse 72.

 

355- Same source; page 31

 

356- Same source; page 31 and has set the last point to be the translation of verse 122 of Sura 'Nisa'.

 

357- Same source; page 38

 

358- Same source; page 31 & 3 2. He has taken this to be the translation of verse 123 of Sura 'Nisa. and verse 53 of Sura 'Ma'eda'.

 

359- Sura 'Al-Imran' /61

 

360- Sura 'Ma'eda' /17.

 

361- Sura 'Tauba' /31.

 

362- Sura 'Ma'eda' /73.

 

363- Sura 'Nisa', verse 47.

 

364- Sura 'Nisa': Verses 150-153, 155, 156, 157,162-171, 173-175.

 

365- Sura 'Baqarah'; verse 89 - 91.

 

366- Sura 'Baqarah', verses 159-161 and 174-175

 

367- Sura 'Maeda'; verse 69.

 

368- Sura 'Baqarah', verse 62

 

369- The reference of the two traditions has come down in the Article «Heresy» in «Safinatul-Bihar».

 

370- Az-Zar'iah (vol. 21/34)

 

371- Az-Zar'iah (vol. 21/34)

 

372- Previously, we had spoken about the prevarication of these traditions and here we add the tradition of Ibn-Ishaaq in refutation of this tradition. He says: «Before his appointment to the position of Prophethood, the Holy Prophet used to go far away from the houses and take refuge in the mountain-valleys for the purpose of easing nature.» Refer to «Seerah»-e- Ibn-Hisham (253/2).

 

373- Taubah - 89

 

374- Ahzab - 59

 

375- Baqarah - 125

 

376- Tahrim - 5

 

377- Mu'minun - 12

 

378- Mu'minun - 14

 

379- A person like me will never give allegiance to a person like him.

 

380- Ibne Abid-Hadeed: Commentary of Nahjul-Balagha (Vol. 3/15 onwards) old edition; Cairo edition - edited by Muhammad Abul-Fazl Ibrahim (Vol. 11/46)

 

381- «Musnad» of Ahmad 5/275; «Sunan» of Baihaqi 1/26 and «Mustadrak» of Sahihain 1/489.

 

382- «Mustadrak» of Sahihian 3/156.

 

383- «Mustadrak» of Sahihain 3/155

 

384- Sahih-Bukhari - chapter: [Arabic text] from the book of [Arabic text] - 2/205 and the book of [Arabic text] - chapter: [Arabic text] 3/177 and «Musnad» of Ahmad 4/326 and Sahih-e-Muslim book of: [Arabic text] chapter: [Arabic text]

 

385- « Mustadrak» of Sahihain (3/153); «Osd-ul-Ghaba» and «Asabah» (4/159)

 

386- Zubair-ibn-Bukar was from the progeny of Abdullah-ibn-Zubair and died in the year 256 A.H. He has written this book in the name of Al- Muwaffaq Billah, son of Muttawakkil. This book has recently been printed in Baghdad in the printing-house of «Al-Aani» in 1392 A.H. and this narration has appeared on page No 576. Mas'oudi has narrated from him in Muruj az-Zaheb. De same has also appeared in the margin of Tarikh-e-Ibn Athir (9/49) and in the Commentary of Ibne-Abil Hadeed on Nahjul- Balagha - first edition (1/463)

 

387- [Arabic text] It has come dawn in the traditions that Muawiya uttered this sentence: [Arabic text]

 

388- The Hashamites (the Holy Prophet and the tribe of Bani-Hashim) played with the wealth and kingdom. Neither there had come any news nor there was any revelation.

 

389-  (Tauba - 101) «And from among the people of Medina, they are stubborn in hypocrisy; you do not know then; We know them.

 

390- Sahih Tirmidhi (13/201) Osd-ul-Ghaba - In the Biography of Imam Hassan (A.S.), Durrul-Manthur of Suyuti in interpretation of the verse [Arabic text] in sura Shura. Similarly, in another tradition with the same contents in Mustadrak as-Sahihain (3/109), Khasa'es-Nesa'ee (Pg. 30), Musnad-Ahmad (3/17), Tabaqaat-Ibne Sa'ad (2/2), Majmah az-Zawa'ed (9/163) and Kanz-ul-Ummal (1/47, 48 & 49)

 


 

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