The talk here would be about book which is wide spread in many countries “Peshawar nights”.
I have nothing to add.
In Peshwar Nights you can read:
Most of your prominent ulema, like Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi, Nisa’i, and Sijistani in their Siha, Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal in his Musnad, Ibn Abi’l-Hadid in his commentary on Nahju’l-Balagha, Ibn Sabbagh Maliki in Fusulu’l-Muhimma, and Sulayman Balkhi Hanafi in Yanabiu’l-Mawadda, Chapter 8, and a host of other reliable authors have recorded the hadith-e-Ta’ir in their works.
SubhanAllah! I would leave his words that ibn Abil Hadid, ibn Sabagh and Sulaiman Hanafi are from our “most prominent ulema”.
I just ask shias do they feel proud of this scholar (Sultanu’l-Wa’izin Shirazi) which BLATANTLY ATTRIBUTED HADITH AT TAYIR TO TWO SHAYKHS?
This hadith is kadhib! And you wouldn’t find it neither in Bukhari nor in Muslim!
And in the part 9, chapter “Allah and the Holy Prophet called Ali Imamu’lMuttaqin”:
Hakim, in his Mustadrak, part III, p.38 and Bukhari and Muslim, each in his Sahih, report that the Holy Prophet said: “Allah sent me revelations about Ali concerning three things: (l) he is the master and chief of Muslims; (2) he is the chief of the pious ones; and (3) he is the guide who will lead the people with bright faces and hands (to Paradise).”
Curse of Allah upon liars! Such hadith doesn’t exist in Bukhari or Muslim!
Shirazi also said:
Obviously, one who curses the brother of the Holy Prophet, the husband of Fatima, the Commander of the Faithful, Ali Bin Abi Talib, and who orders others to do it is definitely damned. This fact has been recorded by all your eminent ulema in their authentic books. For instance, Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal in his Musnad, Imam Abu Abdu’r-Rahman Nisa’i in his Khasa’isu’l-Alawi, Imam Tha’labi and Imam Fakhru’d-in Razi in their Tafsir (commentary), Ibn Abi’l-Hadid in his Sharh-e-Nahju’l-Balagha, Muhammad Bin Yusuf Ganji Shafi’i in his Kifayatu’t-Talib, Sibt Ibn Jauzi in his Tadhkira, Sulayman Balkhi Hanafi in Yanabiu’l-Mawadda, Mir Seyyed Ali Hamadani in his Mawaddatu’l-Qurba, Dailami in his Firdaus, Muslim Bin Hajjaj in his Sahih, Muhammad Bin Talha Shafi’i in his Matalibu’s-Su’ul, Ibn Sabbagh Maliki in his Fusulu’l-Muhimma, Hakim in his Mustadrak, Khatib Khawarizmi in his Manaqib, Abraham Hamwaini in his Fara’id, Ibn Maghazili Shafi’i in his Manaqib, Imamu’l-haram in his Dhakha’iru’l-Uquba, Ibn Hajar in his Sawa’iq, and your other prominent ulema have, in slightly different words, reported that the Holy Prophet said: “One who reviles Ali, really reviles me; who reviles me, really reviles Allah.”
You wouldn’t find mentioned report in Sahih of Imam Muslim. As for other authors, most of them are unknown in regards of their reliability, some of them known for shia views.
Shirazi in chapter “Reply to purported Hadith that Abu Bakr and A’yesha were preferred by the Prophet”, part 4 said:
In addition, Bukhari and Muslim, each in his Sahih, Imam Tha’labi in his Tafsir, Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal in Musnad, Tibrani in Mu’jamu’l-Kabir, Sulayman Balkhi Hanafi in Yanabiu’l-Mawadda, Chapter 32, on the authority of the Tafsir of Ibn Abi Hatim, Manaqib of Hakim, Wasit and Wahidi, the Hilyatu’l-Auliya of Hafiz Abu Nu’aim Isfahani, and Fara’id of Hamwaini, Ibn Hajar Makki in Sawa’iq Muhriqa, under verse 14 on the authority of Ahmad, Muhammad bin Talha Shafi’i in Matalibu’s-Su’ul, page 8, Tabari in Tafsir, Wahidi in Asbabu’n-Nuzul, Ibn Maghazili in Manaqib, Muhibu’d-Din Tabari in Riyazu’n-Nuzra, Mu’min Shablanji in Nuru’l-Absar, Zamakhshari in Tafsir, Imam Fakhru’d-Din Razi in Tafsir Kabir, Seyyed Abu Bakr Shahabu’d-Din Alawi in Rishfatu’s-Sadi min Bahr-e-Faza’il-e-Baniu’l-Nabi’i’l-Hadi, Chapter 1, pages 22-23 on the authority of Tafsir of Baghawi, Tafsir of Tha’labi, Manaqib of Ahmad, Kabir and Ausat of Tibrani and Sadi, Sheikh Abdullah bin Muhammad bin ‘Amir Shabrawi Shafi’i in Al-‘Ittihaf, page 5 on the authority of Hakim, Tibrani, and Ahmad, Jalalu’d-Din Suyuti in Ihya’u’l-Mayyit on the authority of the Tafsirs of Ibn Mundhir, Ibn Abi Hatim, Ibn Mardawaih, and Mu’jamu’l-Kabir of Tibrani; and Ibn Abi Hatim and Hakim – in short, most of your eminent ulema (barring a few staunch followers of the Bani Umayya and enemies of the Ahle Bait), have narrated from Abdullah bin Abbas and others that when the following verse of the Holy Qur’an was revealed: “Say: I do not ask of you any reward for it but love for my near relatives; and whoever earns good, We give him more of good therein…” (42:23) a group of companions asked “O Prophet of Allah, who are those of your relatives whose love has been made obligatory on us by Allah?” The Prophet replied, “They are Ali, Fatima, Hasan, and Husain.” Some hadith contain the words “and their sons,” meaning Hasan and Husain.
Laanatullahi alal kadhibin! This hadith doesn’t exist in Sahihayn!
Shirazi said in chapter “Ali’s announcement of Saluni (ask me) and the reports of the Sunnis”, part 7:
Abi Dawud in his Sunan, p.356, Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal in his Musnad, v.I, p.278, Bukhari in his Sahih, v.I, p.46 and v.X, p.241, have reported authoritatively that Ali said: “You may ask me about whatever you like; I understand the nature of any matter which you might ask about.”
Did anyone seen this hadith in Bukhari?
Shirazi said in the chapter “Ali first to declare belief in Prophet of Allah”, part 1:
Your eminent ulema, like Bukhari and Muslim, in their Sahihain, Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal in his Musnad, and many others, such as Ibn Abdi’l-Birr in Isti’ab, Volume III, page 32, Imam Abu Abdu’r-Rahman Nisa’i in Khasa’isu’l-Alawi, Sibt Ibn Jauzi in Tadhkira, page 63, Sheikh Sulayman Balkhi Hanafi in Yanabiu’l-Mawadda, Chapter 12, on the authority of Tirmidhi and Muslim, Muhammad bin Talha Shafi’i in Matalibu’s-Su’ul, sub-chapter I, Ibn Abi’l-Hadid in Sharh Nahju’l-Balagha, Volume III, p. 258, Tirmidhi in Jam’-e-Tirmidhi, Volume II, page 314, Hamwaini in Fara’id, Mir Seyyed Ali Hamadani in Mawaddatu’l-Qurba, and even the fanatical Ibn Hajar in Sawa’iq-e-Muhriqa, and other prominent scholars have, with slight variation of words, related from Anas Bin Malik and others that “the Holy Prophet was ordained Prophet of Allah on Monday and Ali, declared his faith in him on Tuesday.”
Is this anywhere in Bukhari?
Shirazi laeen said in the chapter “Taking wine by ten companions in a secret meeting”, part 3:
Ibn Hajar writes in his Fathu’l-Bari, v.X, p.30, that Abu Talha Zaid Bin Sahl arranged a wine party at his house and invited ten people. All of them drank wine and Abu Bakr recited some couplets commemorating some infidels who were killed in the battle of Badr.
And when supposed sunni opponent rejected this, Shirazi said:
I am now constrained to explain facts according to the statements of your own ulema. Muhammad Bin Isma’il Bukhari in Sahih (commenting on Ayat-e-Khamr, “verse concerning wine”, in the chapter Ma’ida of the Qur’an); Muslim Ibn Hajar in his Sahih (Kitab-e-Ashraba Bab-e-Tahrimu’l-Khamr); Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal in his Musnad, v.XXX, p.181 and 227; Ibn Kathir in his Tafsir, v.XI, p.93; Jalalu’d-din Suyuti in his Durru’l-Mansur, v.II, p.321; Tabari in his Tafsir, v.VII, p.24; Ibn Hajar Asqalani in his Isaba, v.IV, p.22 and Fathu’l-Bari, v.X,p.30; Badru’d-din Hanafi in his Umdatu’l-Qari, V.X, p.84; Baihaqi in his Sunan, pp.286 and 290; and others have recorded these facts with detailed explanations.
I have seen shias spreading this TERRIBLE LIE at forums in different languages!
May Allah curse the liars, because these so called evidences against companions ARE NOT IN BUKHARI OR MUSLIM! WE CHALLENGE all shias to bring single edition of two sahihs where these iftira mentioned!
Same lie was repeated by other shia, Sadr Ali al-Husayni in “Fi Rihab Ziyaratul Ashura” p 601.