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Músá b. Muslim, Abú `Ísá al-\azámí al-^a<<án al-Shaybání al-Kúfí (known as Músá al-@aghír)
(d. 150 AH/767 CE)

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by Músá b. Muslim, Abú `Ísá al-\azámí al-^a<<án al-Shaybání al-Kúfí (known as Músá al-@aghír)
(d. 150 AH/767 CE)

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S132 Ibn Májah, Mu<ammad b. Yazíd, Abú `Abd Alláh al-Qazwíní Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Sunan  
Cairo, 1952 CE  vol. 1, p. 45   
no. 118 
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S93 `Alí b. Mu<ammad b. Is<áq, Abú al-\asan al-^anáfisí al-Kúfí
(d. 233 AH/848 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
S42 Mu<ammad b. \ázim (or Kházim), Abú Mu`áwiyah al-¬arír al-Tamímí al-Sa`dí
(d. 195 AH/811 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
S54 Músá b. Muslim, Abú `Ísá al-\azámí al-^a<<án al-Shaybání al-Kúfí (known as Músá al-@aghír)
(d. 150 AH/767 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
T43 `Abd al-Ra<mán b. Sábi> al-Jam<í al-Makkí
(d. 118 AH/736 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
C46 Sa`d b. Abí Waqqá#, Abú Is<áq
(d. 55 AH/675 CE)
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Ali bin Muhammad narrated to us, that Abu Mu’awiyah related to them, that Musa bin Muslim was reporting to them from Abi Sabit {who is Abd al-Rahman), who reported Sa’d bin Abi Waqqas saying:

‘Mu’awiyah arrived [in Mecca] during one of his pilgrimages. Accordingly, Sa’d [bin Abi Waqqas] came to see him, and they happened to mention Ali. He [Mu’awiyah] thus diminished Ali. As a result, Sa’d got angry and said: ‘You are speaking of this man! I have heard the Messenger of Allah - peace and salutation of Allah be upon him - declare: ‘Of whosoever I am the master, then Ali is his master.

I have [also] heard him saying: “You [Ali] are to me in position what Harun was to Musa, except that there is no prophet after me. And I have heard him announcing: ‘Today I am indeed going to hand over the banner to a person who loves Allah and his Messenger".


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