Forty Hadith on Maula Ali AlahisSalam part 4

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Sixteenth Hadith
‘Amr and Zaid ibn Arqam,
Allah be well pleased with them
both, said that the Messenger of Allah,
salallāhu ‘alayhi wa ālihi wa sallam,
addressed them on the day of
Khandaq, saying, “He who considers
me his master, ‘Ali is his master too. O
Allah, befriend whoever befriends him
and be hostile to whoever is hostile to
him, and help whoever helps him and support whoever supports him.”
[Tabarānī and Nasā’i]
Seventeenth Hadith
Abū Hazim related that a man came to
Sahl ibn Sa’d and said, “This so-and-so,
referring to the governor of Madinah,
is calling ‘Ali with derogative names on
the minbar (pulpit).” Sahl ibn Sa’d
asked, “What is he saying?” he said,
“He is referring to him as Abū Turāb
(the dusty one).” Sahl
laughed and said, “I
swear by Allah, none but
the Prophet, salallāhu
‘alayhi wa ālihi wa
sallam, named him so,
and there was no
name dearer to him
than that name.”
[Agreed upon]

Eighteenth Hadith
‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud related that the
Messenger of Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi wa
ālihi wa sallam, said, “Indeed it is Allah
who commanded me to marry Fatimah
to ‘Ali.” [Tabarānī and Haythami, who
said that narrators are trustworthy]23
In another narration: Abū
‘Abdurrahman, ‘Abdullah ibn Ahmad
ibn Muhammad ibn Hanbal, said that
he found written in the book of his
father, Imām Ahmad ibn
Hanbal, in his own
handwriting a narration
that the Prophet said,
“Are you not pleased
that I have married
you to earliest to enter
Islam, the most
knowledgeable and the
greatest in intelligence?”
[Ahmad, ‘Abdurrazaaq,
Tabarānī and Haythami, who said
that the narrators are trustworthy]

Nineteenth Hadith
Jābar, Allah be please with him, said
that, on the day of Tāif, the Messenger
of Allah, salallāhu ‘alayhi wa ālihi wa
sallam, called ‘Ali and whispered to him.
The people began saying that he is
whispering to his Uncle’s son for too
long. So, the Messenger of Allah,
salallāhu ‘alayhi wa ālihi wa sallam, said, “I
did not whisper to him, but rather it is
Allah who whispered to him.”
[Tirmidhī, Ibn abi ‘Asim
and Tabarānī]
Twentieth Hadith
Abū Sa’id related
that the Messenger
of Allah, salallāhu
‘alayhi wa clihi wa
sallam, said, to ‘Ali, “O
‘Ali, no one else is allowed
to be in this masjid (mosque) in
the state of janābah (major impurity)
other than me and you.” ‘Ali ibn
Mundhir said, “I asked Darār ibn Surad
what this hadith meant. He said, “It is
not permissible for anyone to walk in it other than me and you.” [Tirmidhī,
Bazzar and Abū Ya’la]

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