The punishment for an individual who spoke ill of Shaykhayn

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  1. Ridwi

    Ridwi Well-Known Member

    Shawahid al-Nabuwwah is the reference.
  2. hayaa

    hayaa Guest


    Have you got any reference for this? Like which classical book is it from plz? Otherwise ppl are going to think its just a story.
  3. Ridwi

    Ridwi Well-Known Member

    I was reading a book today written by Shaykh al-Ĥadīth Allâmah Abd-al Mustafa Aazmi raĥimahullah, ‘Karāmāt-e Sahâba’ [Miracles of the blessed Companions].

    [a rough translation]

    The punishment for an individual who spoke ill of Sayyidunā Abu Bakr and Sayyidunā Umar rađiyAllāhu anhu.

    Imām Musta’farī raĥimahullah narrates from a pious individual who told him, there lived an individual in Kūfa who would speak ill of Sayyidunā Abu Bakr rađiyAllāhu ánhu and Sayyidunā Umar rađiyAllāhu ánhu. We insisted he abstain from this [and do tawba], [however] he was stubborn and took no heed to advice. Becoming aggravated with him, we insisted he travel alone away from our caravan, and so he split from us and continued his journey. After completing the work to which we had travelled, and as we decided to make plans for our journey home the slave of the individual who split approached the people. We enquired from him as to whether his owner and he would also be travelling with our caravan. He replied that his owner was in awful condition and wanted us to travel to see him instead. The slave took us to this home, the owner in a state of sadness and dejection told us that he was in a state of severe difficulty. Thereafter he took out both his hands from beneath his sleeves, much to our shock both of his hands had turned into the hands of swine. Having pity upon his state we decided to take him with us in our caravan, however at one such place, he ran away to a group of swine, and began to resemble similar behaviour; [due to this] we were compelled to leave with his slave and belongings and returned to Kūfa.

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