Al-Haydari on Al-Bukhari, Muslim, and Ahmad

Bismillah.

Al-Haydari quotes the narration from Al-Bukhari and Muslim that says that A’isha didn’t want to name Ali:

Here mentioned hadith from Bukhari:

حدثنا أبو اليمان قال أخبرنا شعيب عن الزهري قال أخبرني عبيد الله بن عبد الله بن عتبة أن عائشة قالت لما ثقل النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم واشتد به وجعه استأذن أزواجه في أن يمرض في بيتي فأذن له فخرج النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم بين رجلين تخط رجلاه في الأرض بين عباس ورجل آخر قال عبيد الله فأخبرت عبد الله بن عباس فقال أتدري من الرجل الآخر قلت لا قال هو علي بن أبي طالب رضي الله عنه

Rough translation: “When the Prophet (pbuh) became heavy and his pain increase, he asked his wives so that he could be treated in my house. So the Prophet (pbuh) came out between two men, with his feet brushing against the floor. One was Al-Abbas, and the other was another man.” Ubaidullah (the narrator) said: I told Abdullah bin Abbas, and he asked me, “Do you know the other man?” I said, “No.” He said, “It is Ali bin Abi Talib (raa).” Continue reading