Category Archives: Benefits From Sahih Muslim – Sh Ibn Adam Al-Ithyupi

Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhammad Ali ibn Adam al-Ethiopee (Part 6)

Chapter 4: The Prohibition of Narrating Upon the Weak and The Caution Against Relating Their Narrations

[15] Muhammad bin Abd Allah bin Numayr and Zuhayr bin Harb narrated to me, they said Abd Allah bin Yazīd narrated to us, he said Sa’īd bin Abī Ayyūb narrated to me, he said Abū Hāni’ narrated to me, on authority of Uthmān Muslim bin Yasār, on authority of Abī Hurayrah, on authority of the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah upon him, he said: ‘There will be in the last of my nation a people narrating to you what you nor your fathers heard, so beware of them’.

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Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhammad Ali ibn Adam al-Ethiopee (Part 5)

Abūt-Tāhir and Harmalah bin Yahyā narrated to me, they said Ibn Wahb narrated to us, he said Yūnus informed me, on authority of Ibn Shihāb, on authority of Ubayd Allah bin Abd Allah bin Utbah, that Abd Allah bin Mas’ūd said: ‘It is the case that you do not relate to the people a narration which their minds cannot grasp except that it becomes a Fitnah for some of them’.

Explanation: Abu al-Abbas al-Qurtubi said: “The fitnah (trial) here is misguidance and confusion…”

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Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhammad Ali ibn Adam al-Ethiopee (Part 4)

Chapter 3: The Prohibition of Narrating Everything One Hears

Ubayd Allah bin Mu’ādh al-Anbarī narrated to us, my father narrated to us; and Muhammad bin ul-Muthannā narrated to us, Abd ur-Rahman bin Mahdī both narrated to us: Shu’bah narrated to us, on authority of Khubayb bin Abd ir-Rahman, on authority of Hafs bin Āsim, on authority of Abī Hurayrah, he said, the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah upon him, said: ‘It is enough of a lie for a man to narrate everything he hears’.

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Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhammad Ali ibn Adam al-Ethiopee (Part 3)

Chapter 2: Warning about Lying Upon the Messenger of Allah [sallallahu alayhi was sallam]

Abu Bakr ibn Abi Shaybah narrated to us that Ghundar narrated to us, on authority of Shu’bah; and Muhammad bin ul-Muthanna and Ibn Bashar both narrated to us, they said: Muhammad bin Ja’far narrated to us, Shu’bah narrated to us, on authority of Mansur, on authority of Rab’iy ibn Hirāsh, that he heard Ali, may Allah be pleased with him, giving a Khutbah and he said that the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah upon him, said: ‘Do not lie upon me; indeed whoever lies upon me will enter the Fire’.

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Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhammad Ali ibn Adam al-Ethiopee (Part 2)

Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhaddith Muhammad Ibn Ali al-Ithyubi (Part 2)

The proof that what we have said is required above what opposes it is in the verse: {Oh you who believe! If a sinful person comes to you with news, then verify it lest you afflict people through ignorance then you become sorry about what you did} [al-Hujurāt: 6]; and the verse: {… from whom you are pleased with from the witnesses} [al-Baqarah: 282] and the verse: {And let two who possess integrity among you bare witness} [at-Talāq: 2].

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Benefits From The Introduction To Sahih Muslim By Shaykh Muhaddith Muhammad Ibn Ali al-Ithyubi

Chapter 1: The Obligation of Transmitting on Authority of Trustworthy Narrators and Abandoning the Liars

Know – may Allah, exalted is He, grant you success – that what is obligatory upon everyone who is aware of the distinction between the Sahih transmissions and their weak, the trustworthy narrators from those who stand accused, is to not transmit from them except what is known for the soundness of its emergence and the protection of its narrators; and that they fear what may be from those accused (of deficiency in narrating) and the stubborn people of innovation.

Explanation:

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