Mawla Ali narrated most hadith?

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  1. Aqib alQadri

    Aqib alQadri Veteran

    obviously, he is trying to please the shia. he will say anything to please anyone.

    if the qadiyanis invite him to a lecture, he will say open blasphemies to support their religion, just to get some more dollars; just as he did when the christians invited him; and just as he did in his wembley circus.
  2. I wonder if he has combined the Sunni and shia references together when saying this?
  3. Abu Hamza

    Abu Hamza Hanafi-Maturidi

    it's common knowledge that sayyiduna abu hurayra (rađiy'allāhu anh) narrated the most hadīth.

    what makes it even more extraordinary is that he embraced islam in the seventh year (the year of khaybar) - so he was in the noble company for three years, but despite that he exceeded sahaba like sayyiduna abu bakr (radiyAllahu anh) in hadith transmission (ahfaz)
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  4. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    he has reached the maqam where he can say anything...

    ...and anything he says does not matter. similar to a raving madman.

    at 12.05 pm if tahir says, "it is day", i would like to check the clock or look out of the window to make sure - because anything the dajjal says should be cross verified.

    laa Hawla wa laa quwwata illa billah.
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  5. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    alfiyah of suyuti (#657-658):

    alifyah suyuti p107.png

    the most in number of hadith reports
    is abu hurayrah followed by ibn umar

    anas and the ocean (ibn abbas) similar to al-khudri
    and jabir and also, the wife of the Prophet sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam (sayyidah ayishah)​

    citing from ibn al-jawzi: (as mentioned by shaykh ahmad shakir in his sharh alfiyah):

    1. abu hurayrah: 5374 (no. of hadith reported)

    2. abdullah ibn umar: 2630

    3. anas ibn malik: 2286

    4. umm al-mu'minin sayyidah ayishah: 2210


    5. abdullah ibn abbas: 1660

    6. jabir ibn abdullah: 1540

    7. abu sayid al-khudri: 1170


    8. abdullah ibn mas'ud: 848

    9. abdullah ibn amr ibn al-aaS: 700

    10. amir al-mu'minin mawla ali: 536

    11. amir al-mu'minin umar ibn al-khaTTab: 537

    raDiyAllahu `anhum ajma'yin.

    (notice that the order is as mentioned by ibn al-jawzi, though hazrat umar reports one hadith more than mawla ali).


    see ibn al-jawzi in his talqih fuhum ahl al-athar, where he lists: (p.263)

    aS'Hab al-uluf (those who reported hadith in thousands)
    aS'Hab al-alf (those who reported one thousand plus)
    aS'Hab al-mi'yin (those who reported in hundreds)
    aS'Hab al-mi'ah (those who reported one hundred plus)
    and then he lists those who are 20+ (less than hundred); then 19,18...until those saHabah who reported one single hadith.

    talqih fuhum ibn jawzi p263.png

    talqih fuhum ibn jawzi p264.png

    Allah ta'ala knows best.
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  6. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

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