Forty Hadith on Hazrat Ali AlahisSalam part 2

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Sixth Hadith
Jābar related that ‘Ali carried the gate
on the day of Khaybar, until the
Muslims climbed on it and conquered
Khaybar. They tried to pick up the
door afterwards and it was only
possible for forty men to carry it. [Ibn
abi Shaybah, Al-Khatib, al-Bayhaqī and
Ibn ‘Asākir]

Seventh Hadith
Sa’d ibn Abi Waqās said
that the Messenger of
Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi
wa ālihi wa sallam, left
‘Ali ibn abi Tālib
behind when he went
for the expedition of
Tabuk. ‘Ali inquired,
“O Messenger of Allah,
do you leave me 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?” [This agreed upon; this is the wording in
Sahih Muslim]

Eighth Hadith
Zirr related that ‘Ali, Allah be well
pleased with him, said, “I swear by the
One who splits the seed and wheat,
that the unlettered Prophet, salallāhu
‘alayhi wa ālihi wa sallam, told me that no
one loves me other than a believer and
no one hates me except that he is a
hypocrite.” [Muslim, Nasā’i
and Ibn Hibbān]

Ninth Hadith
‘Ali said that the
unlettered Prophet,
said to me, that no
one loves me other
than a believer and no
one hates me except that he
is a hypocrite.” [Tirmidhī]

Tenth Hadith
Umm Salamah, Allah be well
please with her, reported
that the Messenger of
Allah salallāhu ‘alayhi
wa ālihi wa sallam,
used to say, “A
hypocrite does not
love ‘Ali and a
believer does not
hate him.” [Tirmidhī,
Abū Ya’la and
Tabarānī]

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