Forty Hadith on Hazrat Ali AlahisSalam Part 1

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First Hadith
Zaid ibn Arqam, Allah be well please
with him, said, “The first person to
embrace Islam was ‘Ali.” [Tirmidhī,
Nasā’i, Ahmad, Ibn Abi Shaybah and
Al-Hākim]6
In another narration, on the authority
of Anas ibn Mālik, Allah be well please
with him, he said, “The Prophet,
salallāhu ‘alayhi wa ālihi wa sallam, rose
(as a Prophet) on Monday and ‘Ali
began praying on Tuesday.”
[Tirmidhī and AlHākim]

Second Hadith
‘Aishah, Allah be well
pleased with her, said
the Prophet, salallāhu
‘alayhi wa ālihi wa sallam, went out one morning
wearing a striped cloak of the
black camel’s hair and al-Hasan ibn
‘Ali, Allah be well pleased with him,
came. He wrapped him under it, then
came al-Husain, Allah be well pleased
with him, and he wrapped him under it
together with him. Thereafter, Fatima
came and he took her under it, then
came ‘Ali and he also took him under it and thereafter said, “Allah only desires to
remove uncleanliness from you, O people of the
household, and purify you a thorough
purifying.” (Surah Ahzab: 33) [Muslim,
Ibn Abi Shaybah and Ahmad]


Third Hadith
‘Umar ibn abi Salamah said that when
the verse: “Allah only desires to remove
uncleanliness from you, O people of the
household, and purify you a thorough
purifying,” (Surah Ahzab: 33)
was revealed to the
Prophet, salallāhu ‘alayhi
wa ālihi wa sallam, in the
house of Umm
Salamah. He called
Fatimah, Hasan and
Husain, Allah be well
please with them, and
he covered them with the
cloak, while ‘Ali was
standing right behind him, he
covered him with the cloak as well and
thereafter said, “O Allah, these are the
people of my household, so remove
from them uncleanliness and purify
them a thorough purifying.” [Tirmidhī and Al-Hākim: He said this hadith is
authentic on the conditions set by
Bukharī]

Forth Hadith
Ibn Abbās, Allah be well please with
him, said, when this verse was revealed,
“Say: I do not ask of you any reward for it
except love for my near relatives.” (Surah
Shura: 23) They asked, “O Messenger
of Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi wa ālihi wa
sallam, who are your near
relatives, upon which our
love is compulsory? He
said, “‘Ali, Fatimah and
their sons. [Tabarānī
and Ahmad]

Fifth Hadith
Sa’d ibn Abi Waqās,
Allah be well please with
him, said that he heard the
Messenger of Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi wa
ālihi wa sallam, when he left ‘Ali ibn abi
Tālib while going out for one of his
expeditions when ‘Ali remarked to him,
“O Messenger of Allah, do you leave me behind with women and children?”
The Messenger of Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi
wa ālihi wa sallam, said, “Are you not
please with being unto me like what
Aaron was unto Moses, except that
there would be no prophet after me?”
Sa’d also said, on the day of Khaybar,
he heard him say, “Indeed, I am going
to give the flag to a man who loves
Allah and His Messenger and who is
loved by Allah and His Messenger.” All
of us were eager to see. He said, “Call
‘Ali for me.” He was brought
to the Prophet with sore
eyes. The Prophet rubbed
his eyes with his saliva
and gave him the flag
and Allah conquered
Khaybar for the
Muslims through him.
And when the verse: “So
say: we call our sons and your
sons…” (Surah Aali ‘Imraan:
61) was revealed, the Messenger
of Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi wa ālihi wa
sallam, called ‘Ali, Fatimah, Hasan and
Husain, and he said, “O Allah these are
my family.” [Muslim and Tirmidhī]

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