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al-\asan b. `Al b. `Affn, Ab Mu<ammad al-`mir al-Kf
(d. 270 AH/884 CE)

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by al-\asan b. `Al b. `Affn, Ab Mu<ammad al-`mir al-Kf
(d. 270 AH/884 CE)

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S269 Ibn Kathr, `Imd al-Dn Ism`l b. `Umar b. Kathr b. aw', al-Qarash al-Dimashq Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Al-Bidyah wa'l-Nihyah f al-Ta'rkh  
Cairo: Ma>ba`at al-Sa`dah (14 vols), 1932-  vol. 7, p. 348   
 
Linked to scanned page from Al-Bidyah wa'l-Nihyah f al-Ta'rkh

S166 Ibn `Uqdah, Ab al-`Abbs A<mad b. Mu<ammad b. Sa`d
(d. 332 AH/944 CE)
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S129 al-\asan b. `Al b. `Affn, Ab Mu<ammad al-`mir al-Kf
(d. 270 AH/884 CE)
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S73 `Ubayd Allh b. Ms b. Ab al-Mukhtr Bdhm, Ab Mu<ammad al-`Abs al-Kf
(d. 213 AH/828 CE)
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T63 Fi>r b. Khalfah, Ab Bakr al-\ann> al-Makhzm
(d. 153 AH/770 CE)
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T58 `Amr b. `Abd Allh b. `Ubayd, Ab Is<q al-Sab` al-Hamadn
(d. 128 AH/746 CE)
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T24 Zayd b. Yuthay` al-Hamadn al-Kf
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
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C86 Amr al-Mu'minn `Al b. Ab ^lib
(d. 40 AH/660 CE)
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Abu al- Abbas Ibn Uqdah, al-hafidh al-Shii, related it from al-Hasan b. Ali b. Affan al-Amiri, Ubaydullah b. Musa, Fitr, Amr b. Murrah, Said b. Wahab and Zayd b. Yuthay, as follows: We heard Ali in al-Ruhba saying something similar (to the above); thirteen men stood up and bore witness that the Messenger of Allah said To whoever I am his master, Ali is a master. O Allah, befriend the one who befriends him and be at enmity with one who is at enmity with him; love those who love him and hate those who hate him; defend those who defend him and forsake those who forsake him. After finishing narrating this hadith Abu Ishaq said: O Abu Bakr (i.e. Fitr b. Khalifa), who were those men?

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