Ghadir Khumm
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Nur al-Din b. Burhan al-Din `Ali b. Ibrahim b. Ahmad b. `Ali, al-Halabi al-Shafi`i
(d. 1044 AH/1634 CE)

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by Nur al-Din b. Burhan al-Din `Ali b. Ibrahim b. Ahmad b. `Ali, al-Halabi al-Shafi`i
(d. 1044 AH/1634 CE)

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Insan al-`uyun fi sirat al-amin al-ma'mun (al-Sirah al-Halabiyya)  
Unidentified edition,   vol. 3, p. 336   
[vol. 3, p. 302] 

E143


It has been mentioned that `Ali, may Allah honour him, stood up to speak. He praised and extolled Allah, then said: "I adjure by Allah whosoever will be adjured about the day of Ghadir Khumm but that he should stand!"

Not a man stood saying: ‘I was informed’ or ‘It reached me’ except one whose ears had heard and whose heart was aware. Seventeen companions stood up; in one report 30 companions, and in the al-Mu`jam al-Kabir 16, and in a report 12 (companions). He said: "Tell me what you have heard", so they related the hadith and part of it was: "Of whomsoever I am master, `Ali is his master." In one report: "this is his master". From Zayd b. Arqam, may Allah be pleased with him: " I was among those who concealed so Allah took away my sight". `Ali, may Allah honour him, had imprecated those who concealed.


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