Ghadir Khumm
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Ma`mar (Mu`ammar) b. Rashid, Abu `Urwah al-Azdi al-Basri
(d. 153 AH/770 CE)

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by Ma`mar (Mu`ammar) b. Rashid, Abu `Urwah al-Azdi al-Basri
(d. 153 AH/770 CE)

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S269 Ibn Kathir, `Imad al-Din Isma`il b. `Umar b. Kathir b. Daw', al-Qarashi al-Dimashqi Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Al-Bidayah wa'l-Nihayah fi al-Ta'rikh  
Cairo: Matba`at al-Sa`adah (14 vols), 1932-  vol. 7, p. 349   
 
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S69 al-San`ani, Abu Bakr `Abd al-Razzaq b. Hammam b. Nafi` al-Himyari (Humam)
(d. 211 AH/826 CE)
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S18 Ma`mar (Mu`ammar) b. Rashid, Abu `Urwah al-Azdi al-Basri
(d. 153 AH/770 CE)
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T51 `Ali b. Zayd b. Jud`an, Abu al-Hasan al-Taymi al-Basri
(d. 131 AH/749 CE)
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T49 `Adi b. Thabit, al-Khatmi al-Ansari al-Kufi
(d. 116 AH/734 CE)
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C18 Al-Bara' b. `Azib b. al-Harith al-Awsi al-Ansari
(d. 72 AH/691 CE)
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Traveling with the Messenger of Allah [s], we stopped at the pond of Khumm and the Prophet [s] sent someone to call upon people to gather. When we came together he said: ‘Do I not have more right with you than your own selves?’ We said: ‘Yes indeed, O Messenger of Allah!’ He continued: ‘Do I not have more right with you than your mothers?’ We said: ‘Yes indeed, O Messenger of Allah!’ He continued: ‘Do I not have more right with you than your fathers?’ We replied: ‘Yes indeed, O Messenger of Allah!’ He kept asking ‘Do I not have’, and we kept answering ‘Yes indeed, O Messenger of Allah!’ He concluded: ‘To whoever I am his master, ‘Ali is his master. O' God, love those who love him, and be hostile to those who are hostile to him.’ 'Umar b. al-Khattab said: ‘Congratulations O Ibn Abi Talib, today you have become the master of every believer.’

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