Ghadir Khumm
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* al-Hakim al-Naysaburi, al-Mustadrak
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* Ba Kathir al-Makki, Wasilat al-Ma'al
* Ibn al-Sabbagh al-Maliki, al-Fusul al-muhimmah
* al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi, Nawadir al-usul
* Ibn al-Maghazili, al-Manaqib
* al-Shaykhani al-Qadiri, Sirat al-sawi
* al-Badakhshi, Miftah al-naja
* Jamal al-Din `Ata' Allah al-Shirazi, al-'Arba`in fi fada'il Amir al-Mu'minin
* Abu al-Hasan Sharif, Diya' al-`Alamin

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S193 al-Hakim al-Naysaburi, Muhammad b. `Abd Allah b. Muhammad, Abu `Abd Allah Ibn al-Bayyi` Reliability of this narrator Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator
al-Mustadrak `ala al-Sahihayn  
Haydarabad: Da'irat al-ma`arif al-nizamiyyah (4 vols), 1334-42 AH  vol. 3, p. 109   
 
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S182 Ahmad b. Ja`far b. Hamdan b. Malik b. Shabib, Abu Bakr al-Qati`i
(d. 367 AH/978 CE)
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S141 `Abd Allah b. Ahmad b. Hanbal, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Shaybani
(d. 290 AH/903 CE)
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S103 Ibn Hanbal, Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Hanbal b. Hilal b. Asad, Abu `Abd Allah al-Shaybani al-Marwazi
(d. 241 AH/855 CE)
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S78 Yahya b. Hammad b. Abi Ziyad, Abu Bakr (Khatan Abi `Awanah) al-Shaybani al-Basri
(d. 215 AH/830 CE)
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S31 Abu `Awanah al-Waddah b. `Abd Allah al-Yashkari al-Wasiti al-Bazzaz
(d. 176 AH/792 CE)
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T32 Al-'A`mash, Sulayman b. Mihran, Abu Muhammad al-'Asadi al-Kufi al-Kahili
(d. 147 AH/764 CE)
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T12 Habib b. Abi Thabit Qays b. Dinar, Abu Yahya al-Asadi al-Kufi
(d. 119 AH/737 CE)
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C63 `Amir b. Wathilah b. `Abd Allah, Abu al-Tufayl al-Laythi
(d. 100 AH/719 CE)
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C42 Zayd b. Arqam al-Ansari al-Khazraji
(d. 68 AH/688 CE)
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(Al-Hakim says:) Narrated to us Abu al­Husayn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Tamim al­Hanzali in Baghdad, from Abu Qallabah `Abd al­Malik ibn Muhammad al­Raqqashi, from Yahya ibn Hammad; also narrated to me Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Balawayh and Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Ja`far al­Bazzaz, both of them from `Abd Allah ibn Ahmad ibn Hanbal, from his father, from Yahya ibn Hammad; and also narrated to us Abu Nasr Ahmad ibn Suhayl, the faqih of Bukhara, from Salih ibn Muhammad, the hafiz of Baghdad, from Khalaf ibn Salim al­Makhrami, from Yahya ibn Hammad; and Yahya ibn Hammad narrated from Abu `Uwwanah from Sulayman al­'A`mash, from Habib ibn Abi Thabit, from Abu al­Tufayl, from Zayd ibn Arqam, may God be pleased with him, who said: "The Messenger of Allah , may God's peace and benedictions be upon him and his progeny, while returning from his last hajj (hijjat al­wada') came down at Ghadir Khumm and ordered (us) towards the big trees, and (the ground) underneath them was swept.

"Then he said, 'I am about to answer the call (of death). Verily, I have left behind two precious things amongst you, one of which is greater than the other. The Book of Allah , the Exalted, and my `itrah (kindred). So watch out how you treat these two after me, for verily they will not separate from each other until they come back to me by the side of the Pond.' Then he said 'Verily, Allah , the Almighty and the Glorious, is my master (mawla) and I am the master of every believer (mu'min).' Then he took `Ali, may God be pleased with him, by the hand and said, 'This (`Ali) is the master of whomever I am his master. O God, love whoever loves him and be the enemy of his enemy.'"

(Al­Hakim adds:) "This hadith is sahih in accordance with the conditions of sihhah laid down by the Shaykhayn (al­Bukhari and Muslim), although they have not recorded it in its full length.


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