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Ya`l b. Murrah b. Wahb, Ab Murzim al-Thaqaf
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)

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by Ya`l b. Murrah b. Wahb, Ab Murzim al-Thaqaf
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)

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[1] [2]
S283 Ibn \ajar al-`Asqaln, Shihb al-Dn A<mad b. Nr al-Dn `Al, Ab al-Fa_l al-Shfi` Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Al-I#bah f tamyz al-#ahbah  
Cairo (with Ibn `Abd al-Barr's al-Ist`b on the margin), 1328/1939  vol. 2, p. 257   
 
Linked to scanned page from Al-I#bah f tamyz al-#ahbah

S218 Ibn Mandah, Ya<y b. `Abd al-Wahhb, Ab Zakariyy al-I#bahn
(d. 512 AH/1118 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
O275 `Umar b. `Abd Allh b. Ya`l b. Murrah
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
T48 `Abd Allh b. Ya`l b. Murrah al-Thaqaf
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
C110 Ya`l b. Murrah b. Wahb, Ab Murzim al-Thaqaf
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
C62 `mir b. Layl al-Ghifr
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
F131


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Ibn Hajar mentioned it alone on volume 2 page 257 of his book Al-Isabah as follows: Ibn Mandah related it through `Umar b. `Abd Allah b. Ya`la b. Murrah, from his father from his grandfather who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah [s] saying: To whoever I am his master, Ali is his master. When Ali arrived in Kufa he implored the people gathering there; Seventeen of them responded, among them were `Amir bin Layla al-Ghifari. Abu Musa thought it was possible that it was the one Ibn al-Athir followed. The matter is that he is `Amir Ibn Layla bin Damrah himself; the 'min' (from) was changed to 'ibn' (son of). Doubtlessly, everyone whose surname is Ghifari is originally from Damrah, for his or her grandfather, Ghifar Ibn Malil is a son of Damra. My opinion is that the difference in the narration makes the presence of multiple versions more likely.

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