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Ibn Ab Ghaniyyah, `Abd al-Malik b. \amd (\umayd?), al-Khaz`
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)

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by Ibn Ab Ghaniyyah, `Abd al-Malik b. \amd (\umayd?), al-Khaz`
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)

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S103 Ibn \anbal, A<mad b. Mu<ammad b. \anbal b. Hill b. Asad, Ab `Abd Allh al-Shaybn al-Marwaz Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Manqib `Al b. Ab ^lib  
Manuscript,      
 

S103 Ibn \anbal, A<mad b. Mu<ammad b. \anbal b. Hill b. Asad, Ab `Abd Allh al-Shaybn al-Marwaz Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Al-Musnad  
Unidentified edition,   vol. 5, p. 347   
no. 21867 

S80 al-Fa_l b. Dukayn b. \ammd b. Zuhayr, Ab Nu`aym al-'A<wal al-Mul' al-Taym
(d. 218 AH/833 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
O2 Ibn Ab Ghaniyyah, `Abd al-Malik b. \amd (\umayd?), al-Khaz`
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
S20 al-\akam b. Abn, Ab `s al-`Adn
(d. 154 AH/771 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
T26 Sa`d b. Jubayr b. Hishm, Ab Mu<ammad al-'Asad
(d. 95 AH/714 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
C76 `Abd Allh b. `Abbs
(d. 68 AH/688 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
C19 Buraydah b. al-\u#ayb b. `Abd Allh b. al-\rith, Ab Sahl al-'Aslam al-Madan
(d. 63 AH/683 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
E14 and E26l





Fadl bin Dukayn narrated to us that Ibn Abi Ghunya related to them from Hakam, who reported from Said bin Jubayr, and he from Ibn Abbas, who in turn reported Burayda saying:

I was together with Ali in the invasion of Yemen wherein he once treated me harshly. So when I got back to the Messenger of Allah - peace and salutation of Allah be upon him - I mentioned 'Ali and diminished his personality. Accordingly, I observed a change in the expression of the Messenger of Allah - peace and salutation of Allah be upon him - and he thus remarked:

O' Burayda! Have I not a greater claim [mastery] on the believers than they have on themselves?

I responded: Yes, indeed, O Messenger of Allah. He then asserted: Of whosoever I am the master then Ali is his master.


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