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Musa b. Muslim, Abu `Isa al-Hazami al-Tahhan al-Shaybani al-Kufi (known as Musa al-Saghir)
(d. 150 AH/767 CE)

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by Musa b. Muslim, Abu `Isa al-Hazami al-Tahhan al-Shaybani al-Kufi (known as Musa al-Saghir)
(d. 150 AH/767 CE)

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S95 Ibn Abi Shaybah, `Abd Allah b. Muhammad b. Ibrahim b. `Uthman, Abu Bakr al-`Absi al-Kufi Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
Al-Musannaf  
Karachi: Idara al-Qur'an wa al-`ulum al-Islamiyyah (15 vols in 16 parts), 1987 CE  vol. 12, p. 61   
no. 30590 
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S42 Muhammad b. Hazim (or Khazim), Abu Mu`awiyah al-Darir al-Tamimi al-Sa`di
(d. 195 AH/811 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
S54 Musa b. Muslim, Abu `Isa al-Hazami al-Tahhan al-Shaybani al-Kufi (known as Musa al-Saghir)
(d. 150 AH/767 CE)
Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
T43 `Abd al-Rahman b. Sabit al-Jamhi al-Makki
(d. 118 AH/736 CE)
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C46 Sa`d b. Abi Waqqas, Abu Ishaq
(d. 55 AH/675 CE)
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Abu Mu’awiyah narrated to us from Musa bin Muslim, who reported form Abd al-Rahman bin Sabit, who in turn reported Sa’d 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. Mu’awiyah thus diminished Ali. As a result, Sa’d got angry and commented: ‘You are speaking of this man! I have heard the Messenger of Allah say that he [Ali] possesses three qualities, if I were to own any one of them, it would be dearer to me than the whole world with all it contains. I have heard the Messenger of Allah announcing: ‘Of whosoever I am the master, then Ali is Master. And I have heard the Prophet saying: ‘You [Ali] are to me in position what Harun was to Musa except that there is no Prophet after me. And [also] I have heard the Messenger of Allah declaring: ‘I am certainly going to hand over the banner to a person who loves Allah and His Messenger".

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