Ghadir Khumm
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Isrá'íl b. Yúnus b. Abí Is<áq, Abú Yúsuf al-Sabí`í al-Hamadání al-Kúfí
(d. 162 AH/779 CE)

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by Isrá'íl b. Yúnus b. Abí Is<áq, Abú Yúsuf al-Sabí`í al-Hamadání al-Kúfí
(d. 162 AH/779 CE)

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S269 Ibn Kathír, `Imád al-Dín Ismá`íl b. `Umar b. Kathír b. ¬aw', al-Qarashí al-Dimashqí Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Al-Bidáyah wa'l-Niháyah fí al-Ta'ríkh  
Cairo: Ma>ba`at al-Sa`ádah (14 vols), 1932-  vol. 5, pp. 210-211   
 
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S150 al-Nasá'í, A<mad b. Shu`ayb b. `Alí b. Sinán b. Ba<r, Abú `Abd al-Ra<mán al-Khurásání al-Nasá'í
(d. 303 AH/916 CE)
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S25 Isrá'íl b. Yúnus b. Abí Is<áq, Abú Yúsuf al-Sabí`í al-Hamadání al-Kúfí
(d. 162 AH/779 CE)
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T58 `Amr b. `Abd Alláh b. `Ubayd, Abú Is<áq al-Sabí`í al-Hamadání
(d. 128 AH/746 CE)
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T57 `Amr b. Murrah b. `Abd Alláh b. ^áriq, Abú `Abd Alláh al-Jamalí al-Murádí al-Hamadání (also called Dhú Murrah)
(d. 118 AH/736 CE)
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C86 Amír al-Mu'minín `Alí b. Abí ^álib
(d. 40 AH/660 CE)
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Al-Nasa’i related it also from `Amr Dhu Murrah through Isra’il and Abu Ishaq, as follows: ‘Ali adjured people gathering at al-Ruhba; some people stood up and bore witness that they heard the Messenger of Allah say on the day of Ghadir Khumm: ‘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 and defend those who defend him.’ Ibn Jarir related it from ‘Ali through Ahmad b. Mansur, ‘Abd al-Razzaq, Isra’il, Abu Ishaq, Zayd b. Wahab and ‘Abd Khair. Ibn Jarir (also) related it similarly from Zayd b. Wahab and Zayd b. Yuthay’ through Ahmad b. Mansur, `Ubayd Allah b. Musa - who is a trusted Shia, Fitr b. Khalifah and Abu Ishaq.

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