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Tradition of the Two Weighty Things (thaqalayn)

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S193 al-\kim al-Naysbr, Mu<ammad b. `Abd Allh b. Mu<ammad, Ab `Abd Allh Ibn al-Bayyi` Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
al-Mustadrak `al al-@a<<ayn  
Haydarabad: D'irat al-ma`rif al-ni~miyyah (4 vols), 1334-42 AH  vol. 3, p. 109   
 
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O78 Ab Bakr b. Is<q
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
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S148 Mu<ammad b. Ayyb, Ab Hurayrah al-Kalb al-Wsi>
(d. 250 AH/864 CE)
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S50 Al-'Azraq b. `Al b. Muslim, Ab al-Jahm al-\anaf al-Kf
(d. 200 AH/816 CE)
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S36 \assn b. Ibrhm b. `Abd Allh, Ab Hishm (Ab Hshim?) al-Kirmn al-`Anz
(d. 186 AH/802 CE)
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O77 Mu<ammad b. Salamah b. Kuhayl
(d. 0 AH/622 CE)
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T30 Salamah b. Kuhayl b. \u#ayn, Ab Ya<y al-\a_ram al-Tan` al-Kf
(d. 121 AH/739 CE)
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C63 `mir b. Wthilah b. `Abd Allh, Ab al-^ufayl al-Layth
(d. 100 AH/719 CE)
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C42 Zayd b. Arqam al-An#r al-Khazraj
(d. 68 AH/688 CE)
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(Al-\kim says:) The first tradition (mentioned above) is supported by this one narrated by Salamah ibn Kuhayl, from Ab al-^ufayl, which is also #a<< according to the requirements of al-Bukhr and Muslim. Narrated to us Ab Bakr ibn Is<q and Da`laj ibn A<mad al-Sijz, both of them from Mu<ammad ibn Ayyb, from al-'Azraq ibn `Al, from \assn ibn Ibrhm al-Kirmn, from Mu<ammad ibn Salamah ibn Kuhayl, from his father, from Ab al-^ufayl, from Ibn Wthilah that he heard Zayd ibn Arqam, may God be pleased with him, say: "The Messenger of Allh , may Allh 's peace and benedictions be upon him and his progeny, came down at a place between Makkah and Madnah near the trees with five big shades and the people swept the ground under the trees. Then the Messenger of Allh , may God's peace and benediction be upon him and his progeny, began to perform the evening prayer. After the prayer he began to address the people. He praised God and extolled Him, preaching and reminding (us), and said what God wanted him to say. Then he said, 'O people! Verily, I am leaving behind two matters (amrayn) among you- if you follow them (the two) you will never go astray. These two are: the Book of God and my ahl al-bayt, my `itrah.' Then he said thrice: 'Do you know that I have more right over the believers (Inn awl bi al-mu'minn) than they over themselves?' The people said, 'Yes.' Then the Messenger of Allh , may Allh's peace and benedictions be upon him and his progeny said, 'Of whomever I am his master (mawl) `Al also is his master.'"

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