English
Wednesday 21st of August 2019
  262
  0
  0

Hadrat Masumah (A.S.) the Great Narrator of Ahadith

Hadrat Masumah (A.S.) the Great Narrator of Ahadith

The narrators of the Hadiths, Muhaddith from Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and the Infallible Imams (A.S.) bear a great right on the neck of the Islamic nation; and if it was not for their serious efforts, the Islamic teachings would not have reached us.

 

The great Prophet (S.A.W.) used to encourage his companions to listen to and narrate Hadiths, and said: "May Allah enlighten anyone who listens to our Hadiths and preaches them" .

 

Imam Ja"far al-Sadiq (A.S.) has said in this regards: "If you learn a Hadith about Halal (Permissible) and Haram (Prohibited) from an honest person, it is better than the entire world and all the gold and silver in it".

 

Amongst the narrators of Hadith, we come across several virtuous women who have recorded their names as Muhaddiths, the most prominent of which are the women of the family of the Prophet (A.S.).

 

Lady Masumah (A.S.) is one of those virtuous women, who has narrated Hadiths, with their chain of narrators, from Lady Fatimah Zahra (A.S.), and due to her significance, both Shiites and Sunnis have paid attention to such Hadiths. One of those Hadiths is as follows:

 

Hafiz Shams al-Din Jazari (died 833 AH), one of the Sunni scholars, has authored a valuable book named "Asna al-Matalib fi Manaqib Sayyidina Ali ibn Abi Talib (A.S.)". While mentioning some Hadiths about the event of Ghadir, he narrates a Hadith from Hadrat Fatimah (A.S.) which Lady Masumah (A.S.) is in its chain of narrators.
hazrat masoome

In this Hadith, Lady Fatimah Masumah (A.S.) narrates that: "Have you forgotten the saying of the messenger of Allah on the day of Ghadir in which he said: " Whosoever I am his/her Master (Mawla), Ali is his/her Master (Mawla)" and also said: "You are to me as Aaron was to Moses."

 

This Hadith has also been narrated by other Sunni Muhaddiths, such as Amritsari and Shoukani, in the same words and the same chain of narrators from Lady Masumah (A.S.).

 

As for the Shia references, scholars such as Mir Hamed Hussain and Allamah Amini have narrated this Hadith from the same source.

 

According to this statement, Lady Masumah (A.S.) has been recognized as a Muhaddith lady in both Shia and Sunni sources, and several Hadiths have been narrated from her, one example of which is the aforementioned one.

 

We, Muslims, are proud that the Hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and the Ahl al-Bayt (A.S.) have been conveyed and reached us through such virtuous people, and it is on us to contribute to our share in protecting and passing on these subjects.

 


source : www.tebyan.net
  262
  0
  0
امتیاز شما به این مطلب ؟

latest article

      Salman Farsi as the Governor of Madayan
      Appointment of a Successor by the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.)
      The Distinguished Position of Ahl al-Bayt (A.S.)
      Ahl al-Bayt (A.S.), the Secure Sanctuary of Humanity
      Decide Wages before Hiring
      The Life of the Commander of the Faithful Ali Ibn Abu Talib
      Arba'een, Rendezvous of the Martyrs
      The Holy Imams’ affection for fellow creatures
      Patience and Humility of the Holy Imams (A.S.)
      Knowledge Of Ahl ul-Bayt (A.S.)

 
user comment