Muhammad al-Baqir narrated more hadith in Sahih Muslim than …

… the Siddiq, Abu Bakr ibn Abi Quhafa. Yes, there more ahadith recorded through Muhammad al-Baqir in the Sahih of Imam Muslim than there is through Abu Bakr. Then the Rafidah want us to believe that Sunnis are the result of Umayyad fabrications and that they barely narrated from the Ahl al-Bayt and that in order to love and take narrations from the Ahl al-Bayt one must become a Twelver Rafidi (نعوذ بالله).

Imam Muhammad bin ‘Ali (AL-BAQIR)

Al-Dhahabi al-Turkistani in his famous Siyar A’lam an-Nubala`:

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Qawwam Ad-Din Al Qummi – alteration of hadith from Musnad

Book: Hadith as-Saqalain.

Author: Qawwam Ad-Din Al Qummi

At the pages 22-23 of this book, this shia author quoted hadith from Musnad of imam Ahmad as you can see in the footnote. He quoted it in this form:

One of the prophets women was asked one day about moral of prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi), and she answered: His moral was Quran.


In Musnad of Ahmad you can see:

هشام بن عامر قال أتيت عائشة فقلت يا أم المؤمنين أخبرينى بخلق رسول الله -صلى الله عليه وسلم-. قالت كان خلقه القرآن

Hisham ibn Amir: One day I came to Aisha and asked her: O mother of faithful, what was the moral of prophet – sallalahu alaihi wa sallam) – she said: His moral was Quran.

As majority of rafidha this Qawwam ad-Din couldn’t mention Aisha and mention her title, because that would be praise for her, if they would narrate from her and rely upon her in ahadeth, and they wouldn’t be able to attack her as mad dogs, if they would name her mother of faithful. That’s why this rafidi preferred to not even name her.

Ibn Taimiyyah on Ali (r.a)

Listen to the “Father Of The Wahhabi’s” alayhi rahmatallah:

In his book while he was answering to question regarding person, who doesn’t consider Ali as a part of ahlelbayt, sheikhul Islaam said:

As for Ali being the part of ahlelbayt, that is from things regarding which there is no contradiction between Muslims. And that is so apparent between Muslims, that need no proof. More than this, he is best from ahlalbayt, and best from bani Hashim after the messenger of Allah (sallalahu alaihi wa sallam). And it’s proven from messenger of Allah (salallalahu alaihi wa sallam) that he put his cloak upon Ali, and Fatima, and Hasan and Husayn and said: “O Allah, these are my ahlelbayt, take away from them impurity, and purify them with a thorough purification”.

Source: “al-Fatawa al-Kubra” volume 1, p 55, masalah – 5 – 5.
Darul Kutub al-Ilmiyah. Thk: Mustafa Abdulqader Ata and Muhammad Abdulqader Ata.

Ali Ibn Abi Talib [RA] – THE “Wahhabi”!

By Ebn Hussein

NOTE: This post will be updated from time to time to collect a biggest resource of evidences that prove that Ahl Al Sunnah are in fact upon the Madhab and Aqidah of Ali -radiyallahu anhuand that the Rafidah are nothing but Zanadiqa (heretics) who claim to follow him and in most cases even do the exact opposite.

Strange headline, yet the facts testify to this and the intent is to show what our Khalifa, Ali Ibn Abi Talib -Allah is well pleased with him- would most probably face IF he would have met a Rafidi Shi’i today (before the days of Shaykhul-Islam Ibn Abdilwahhab they would have called him Nasibi IF they only knew what he was upon)

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Disassociation of imam Zaynalabidin from shias

At-Tusi reported in “Ikhtiyar marifatu Rijal” (1/336) that Imam Ali ibn Husayn (rahimahullah) said:

ان اليهود أحبوا عزيزا حتى قالوا فيه ما قالوا فلا عزيز منهم ولاهم من عزيز، وأن النصارى أحبوا عيسى حتى قالوا فيه ما قالوا، فلا عيسى منهم ولاهم من عيسى. وانا على سنة من ذلك ان قوما من شيعتنا سيحبونا حتى يقولوا فينا ما قالت اليهود في عزيز، وما قالت النصارى في عيسى بن مريم، فلاهم منا ولا نحن منهم

Jews loved Uzayr so much, that they said regarding him what they said. And Uzayr wasn’t from them neither they were from Uzayr. And christians loved Isa so much, that they said regarding him what they said. And Isa wasn’t from them, neither they were from Isa. And I am on the way from that (way). Group of our shias love us so much, that they said regarding us the same what jews said regarding Uzayr and christians regarding Isa. And they are not from us, and we are not from them.

No doubt that ahlalbayt (alaihuma salam) were far away from those heretics which believe in wilayatul-takwiniyah and other heresies.

E-book: Merits of people of cloak

Salam alaikum. It’s a book with narrations regarding merits of family of Ali (may Allah be pleased with them). I gathered them from different books. Book still in draft form and non-edited. InshAllah soon it would be posted here in edited form, in beautiful pdf file.

Book – Fadhail ahlal-kisa.

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More on Zaynalabidin

Imam Dhahabi has mentioned in “al-Ibar” (1/111) with regards to Ali ibn al-Hussain ibn Ali ibn Abu Talib, Imam Zaynalabidin al-Hashimi that: “He would perform a 1000 rakahs in the day and night and this remained his vigil until his demise. He was known as Zaynal abidin (the adornment of worshipers) due to his excellence in worship”.

(Quote from book of imam Abd al-Hay Lucknawi).

How many rakahs per day we are doing?  He was indeed Zaynalabidin.

Abdurrazaq related that a slave girl who belonged to Ali ibn Hussain was pouring water over him so that he could make ablution, but the jug fell from her hand, landed on his face, and fractured his bone. He raised his head to her and she recited a pert of Verse “….who repress anger…” (Quran 3:134). He said: “I have indeed controlled my anger”. She then recited “…who pardon men..” (Quran :134). He said: “May Allah forgive you”. She then recited the end of the Verse “…verily, Allah loves al-Muhsinin (the good doers)” (Quran 3:134). He said: “You are free for the countenance of Allah”.

Quoted from “Gems and jewels” by Abdulmalik Mujahid p20, Darussalam.

SubhanAllah! Indeed those people were giants, and we are dwarfs. I wish that all my life, would be like one from his days.



Zaynalabidin, al-Baqir and as-Sadiq

Zaynalabidin Ali ibn Hussain.

It was narrated that when he was standing for pray, he uses to tremble. When he was asked the reason, he said: “Do you not know in front of whom I would stand and ask?”[1]

And it was narrated that once he was praying in his home, and there began fire. People called him: “O grandson of prophet, fire!” But he didn’t raise his head, and fire was soon extinguished. He was asked: “What prevented you from reaction to fire?” He said: “The future fire (of hell)”[2].

Sufyan said: “One man came to Ali ibn Hussain and said: “Such and such man harming you, abusing you”. He said: “Let’s go to him”. And man went to him; he thought that Ali would defend himself. When they reached that man, Ali ibn Hussain said: “O such and such! If things that you said about me are true, may Allah forgive me, and if they are not true, may Allah forgive you”[3].

Muhammad ibn Ishaq said: “Some people in Medina didn’t know the source of their income. When Ali ibn Hussain died they understood the source of their night incomes”[4].

Ibn Aisha said: “My father said: “I heard from inhabitants of Medina: “We didn’t lost night charity until Ali ibn Hussain died” [5].

Abu Bakr ibn Abi Shaiba said: “Most authentic of all chains is: Zuhri – Ali ibn Hussain – Hussain – Ali”[6].

Zuhri said: “I haven’t seen any hashimi better than Ali ibn al-Hussain, and (didn’t see) more faqih than him” [7].

Muhammad ibn Hatib narrated from Ali ibn Al-Hussain, that people from Iraq came to him and talked about Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman. When they finished their talk, Ali asked: “Would you tell me? Are you these people which were mentioned by Allah in the verse “(It is) for the poor who fled their homes and their possessions, seeking grace of Allah and (His) pleasure, and assisting Allah and His Messenger: these it is that are the truthful” (Hashr 8)? They said: “No”.

May be you are people which were mentioned by Allah in this verse “And those who made their abode in the city and in the faith before them love those who have fled to them, and do not find in their hearts a need of what they are given, and prefer (them) before themselves though poverty may afflict them, and whoever is preserved from the niggardliness of his soul, these it is that are the successful ones” (Hashr 9)? They answered negative. He said them: “You yourself testified that you are not from those two groups, and I testify that you are not from people which were mentioned by Allah in this verse “And those who come after them say: Our Lord! forgive us and those of our brethren who had precedence of us in faith, and do not allow any spite to remain in our hearts towards those who believe, our Lord! surely Thou art Kind, Merciful” (Hashr 10). So leave (me), may Allah give you what you deserve”[8].

As it was narrated Nafi ibn Jubair said to Ali ibn al-Hussain: “You are master of people, and you are going to such and such slave (meaning Zayd ibn Aslam) and siting with him?” Ali answered: “Knowledge, wherever it goes, it should be followed” [9].

It was narrated from Salih ibn Hassan that a man said to Said ibn Mussaib: “I haven’t seen anyone more godfearing that such and such”. He asked: “Have you seen Ali ibn al-Hussain?” He answered negative. Said said to him: “You didn’t seen anyone more godfearing than him” [10].

AbdulAziz ibn Abu Hazim narrated from his father, that he heard when Ali ibn Hussain was asked: “What was place of Abu Bakr and Umar in the eyes of prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam)?” He pointed to (their) grave and said: “As their place now”[11].

Once Ali ibn Hussain was asked why he cryes so much. He said: “Don’t blaim me for that. Even prophet Yaqub cryed whem he lost one of his sons. And he didn’t even know if he died or not. But I have seen 14 dead bodies of men from my family during one battle. Do you think that grief for them already left my heart?” [12]

Imam Bukhari narrated in his “Saheeh” from Abu Hurayra: “The Prophet said, “Whoever frees a Muslim slave, Allah will save all the parts of his body from the (Hell) Fire as he has freed the body-parts of the slave.” Said bin Marjana said that he narrated that Hadith to ‘Ali bin Al-Hussain and he freed his slave for whom ‘Abdullah bin Ja’far had offered him ten thousand Dirhams or one-thousand Dinars”[13].

Mention of Abu Jafar Muhammad al-Baqir.

Abdullah ibn Ata said: “I haven’t seen scholars getting more humbled in the presence of anyone, than in presence of Muhammad ibn Jafar” [14].

Ibn Sad and Ijli said he was thiqat[15]. Same opinion expressed ibn Hajar in “Taqrib”.

Urwa ibn Abdullah said: “I asked Abu Jafar Muhammad about patterns on the blade, he answered: “No harm in that because there were patterns on the blade of Abu Bakr as-Siddiq”. I asked: “You said as-Siddiq?” He stood up sharply, turned to the Qibla, and said: “Whoever wouldn’t say as-Siddiq about him, may Allah wouldn’t accept his words nor in the earth, neither in the hereafter”[16].

Shuba al-Hayat said: “When Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Ali bid farewell to me, he said: “Inform people of Kufa, that I am far away from people which disassociate themselves from Abu Bakr and Umar”[17]

And it was reported that he said: “A man who doesn’t know significance of Abu Bakr and Umar would be ignorant in sunnah”[18].

Imam al-Baqir said: “The weapon of bad people ibad word, and by Allah, death of one scholar is more beloved to Iblis, than death of 70 worshippers”[19].

And he said: “Whenever arrogance in great or less form enters to the heart of believer, his brains decrease to same level”[20].

Abdulmalik ibn Abi Sulaiman said: “I asked Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Ali, who was mean under the verse “[Pickthal 5:55] Your guardian can be only Allah; and His messenger and those who believe, who establish worship and pay the poordue, and bow down (in prayer)”? He said: “They are companions of Muhammad”. I said that people say it’s about Ali, and he answered: “Ali is from them”[21].

And as it was reported, he said: “If you want to know how brother (in Islam) is loving you, check your own love to him” [22].

Mention of Jafar ibn Muhammad as-Sadiq.

Amr ibn Abil Mikdam said: “When I was looking to Jafar ibn Muhammad, I understood that he was from progeny of prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam) [23].

Hayaj ibn Bistam said: “Jafar ibn Muhammad feed (people) in such manner, that nothing remained to his own family” [24].

[1] “Sifatus saffa” p 413. With slight change.

[2] “Sifatus saffa” p 413. With slight change.

[3] “Sifatus saffa” p 414.

[4] “Sifatus saffa” p 415.

[5] “Sifatus saffa” p 415.

[6] Ibn Hajar “Tahzib at-Tahzib” 7/269.

[7] “Sifatus saffa” p 417.

[8] “Sifatus saffa” p 415- 416.

[9] “Sifatus saffa” p 416.

[10] “Sifatus saffa” p 417.

[11] They were buried near each other. “Tahzib at-Tahzib” 7/270.

[12] Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Salih al-Habdan “Mukhtasar hilliyatul awliya wa tabaqatul asfiyah” p 245. Ojak, Turkey.

[13] #2557. Kitabul Itq.

[14] “Sifatus saffa” p 423.

[15] “Tahzib at-Tahzib” 9/312.

[16] “Sifatus saffa” p 423.

[17] Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Salih al-Habdan “Mukhtasar hilliyatul awliya wa tabaqatul asfiyah” p 245.

[18] “Mukhtasar hilliyatul awliya wa tabaqatul asfiyah” p 868.

[19] “Sifatus saffa” p 422.

[20] “Sifatus saffa” p 422.

[21] “Mukhtasar hilliyatul awliya wa tabaqatul asfiyah” p 868.

[22] “Sifatus saffa” p 424.

[23] “Sifatus saffa” p 456.

[24] “Sifatus saffa” p 457.

Result of hate towards of ahlalbayt

Ibn Abi Dunya in book “al-Ukubat” (#82, pp 60-61, printed by Ojak, Turkey, thk: Muhammad Khayr Ramadan) narrated via chain: Ishaq ibn Ismail – Sufyan – Ismail ibn Abu Khalid – Hakim ibn Jabir: “I heard from our freed slave girl, she said: “I have seen Hasan ibn Ali drying himself by kerchief after minor ablution. I felt hate towards him. When night came I slept, and when I woke in the morning I felt my liver burning”. (Narrator) Sufyan said: “Her liver came into this condition due to her hate of prophet’s son”.


Hakim ibn Jabir ibn Tariq ibn Auf al-Ahmase al-Kufe, he was thiqat.

Ismail ibn Abu Khalid al-Ahmase  also was thiqat.

Sufyan that’s ibn Ueyna, imam and thiqat.

Ishaq ibn Ismail At-Taliqani, Abu Yaqub. He was thiqat.