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“Thulaathiyyaat”, ahaadeeth with only three narrators between him and the Prophet (S). These ahaadeeth were collected from al-Musnad by Shaikh Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Saalim as-Saffaareenee al-Hanbalee (Rahimahullah) in a separate book.

Introduction from the translator – Thulaathiyyaat from Musnad Ahamd

…. After these Hadeeth have been carefully checked, I sent them to Nasir Khatlab, who is originally from Syria but currently resides in Canada, for translation. Br. Nasir has been working with Darussalam for the past sixteen years and has extensive experience in translating works of Hadeeth. After he completed the translation, the work was given to his wife, Huda Khattab, for the initial editing.

The book was then sent to Br. Ibrahim in Houston, who is originally from Jordan, for any comments and suggestions. Br. Ibrahim studied with the students of Shaykh al-Albaanee and is currently the imaam of a masjid and has been involved in da’wah work for the past twelve years. The book was then sent to Hafiz Abdul-Wahid in Houston, who is a graduate of Muhammadi University, Okara, Pakistan.

He belongs to a famous and noble religious family. His father, Shaykh (Abdul Majid Shodari, was a famous speaker, caller and author of many works. From his maternal side he is the grandson of a very famous scholar, Shaykh Ahmad Ali Lahori. Abdul Wahid read the work and made valuable comments and suggestions.

Afterwards the book was sent to Sajid Chaudhary for another round of editing. Mr. Chaudhary was raised and educated in the United States of America. He holds two university degrees and has a strong command of the English language as well as experience in editing Islamic books.

He provided valuable editing suggestions, and after that it was sent to Abu Hamzah Larbi Benrezzouk, who is of Moroccan descent but was raised and studied in the UK. He is currently a lecturer in linguistics and English language at Imam Muhammad ibn Saud University, Riyadh. Abu Hamzah is a very special brother who has an excellent command of both Arabic and English.

He meticulously went through the entire text, comparing the translation with the original Arabic, making the necessary changes and supplying informative footnotes, where necessary, to clarify and explain certain points and concepts. He also relied on the work of Shaykh (Abdul-Qaadir al-Arna’out, among other scholars who have extensively commented on hadeeth books, with a view to providing the most accurate translation of ce11ain words and phrases. When this was done, Muhammad Nazir Khan went through it for final checking.

From the Musnad of Jaabir ibn ‘Abdullaah al-Ansaaree

Hushaym [ibn Bushayr] narrated to us from abu az-Zubayr from Jaabir ? who said,

“We were under the leadership of abu Ubaydah during an expedition on which the Prophet ? sent us, and we ran out of supplies. We passed by a whale that had been washed ashore, and we wanted to eat from it, but abu ‘Ubaydah did not allow us to do so, [saying it was dead meat]. Then later on he said, ‘We are the envoys of the Messenger of Allah? and [travelling] for the sake of Allah, so eat [from it]’. So we ate from it for several days. When we came back, we told the Messenger of Allah? about that and he said, ‘If you still have any of it left, give it to us.”‘((Musnad Ab.mad, Vol. 3, p. 304. The isnaad of this Hadeeth is saheeh according to the conditions set by Muslim.)) ((The statement of the Prophet? clearly indicates his approval of what his companions had done. The fact that he asked them if they had any of the whale left indicates the permissibility of eating the dead fish that have been washed ashore. (LB)))

From the Musnad of Abu Maalik Sahl ibn sad as-Saaidee

Sufyaan [ibn ‘Uyaynah] narrated to us from Abu Haazim who said that he heard Sahl ibn Sa’d [as-Saa’idee] ? say,

“I was among some people [ with the Prophet?] when a won1an came and said, ‘Messenger of Allah, this won1an ((Meaning herself. (LB))) has given herself [ in n1arriage] to you; so what do you think?’ He did not respond to her [and kept quiet]. Then a man said, ‘Marry her to rne.’ [The Prophet?] did not say anything to him.

From the Musnad of Abut-Tufayl Aamir ibn Waathilah – Thulaathiyyaat from Musnad Ahamd

Yazeed [ibn Haaroon] narrated to us from al-Waleed ibn ‘Abdullaah ibn Jumay’ from abu!-Iufayl ?-ii who said,

“When Allah’s Messenger ? came back from the cainpaign of Tabook, he ordered a caller to call out, ‘The Messenger of Allah ? has taken al-‘Aqabah route, and thus no one else should take that route.’ [The Messenger of Allah conunanded Hudhayfah ibn al-Yamaan and ‘Amn1aar ibn Yaasir to walk with him]. While ‘Ammaar was leading his she-camel, and Hudhayfah was driving her on fron1 behind, a group of 1nasked 1nen on can1clback appeared and surrounded ‘An1n1aar as he was driving the she-camel of Allah’s Messenger?­’ Ammaar started striking their mounts with [a thick staff with a twisted handle] in their faces, and Allah’s Messenger? said to Hudhayfah to move on and he managed to go downhill. ((Al-Bukhaaree’s narration mentions that the men then scattered, and Allah caused them to be frightened as they saw Hudhayfah. They thought that their malicious scheme had been discovered. They thus ran until they intermingled with the people, and Hudhayfah returned to the Messenger of Allah. (LB))) When Allah’s Messenger? had gone downhill he dismounted and ‘Ammaar caught up with him. [The Prophet ?] asked him, ‘Did you recognize the people, ‘Ammaar?’ He said, ‘I only recognized most of their mounts, the riders were masked.’ The Prophet ? then asked him, “Do you know what these riders wished to do?’ [‘Ammaar replied in the negative]. Then he explained, ‘They wanted to disturb the mount of Allah’s Messenger so that he would be thrown to the ground.’

Then (Ammaar argued with one of the Prophet’s companions and asked hi 111, ‘I adjure you by Allah, what was the nun1ber of [those riders who made an attempt on the Prophet’s life] on the hill?’ The man replied, ‘Fourteen.’ <Ammaar said, ‘If you were one of them, then they were fifteen. Allah’s Messenger? 1nentioned three of them, and they swore that they had not heard the caller of Allah’s Messenger ? [ not to take al-<Aqabah route] and we did not know about the plot of the riders.

I bear witness that the other twelve men are waging war against Allah and His Messenger in this world and on the Day of Judgement.’ Al-Waleed [ibn Jumay] said, ‘Abu1-Tufayl 1nentioned that during this expedition, when Allah’s Messenger? was informed that the water source they were going to pass by was not enough for everyone, he ordered [his caller] to tell the people that no one should get to it before the Messenger of Allah ?- However, when he got to it, he found that some [hypocrites] had already got there before him, so he cursed them.”‘ ((Musnad Ahmad, Vol. 5, p. 453,454. The isnaad of this Hadeeth is ‘strong’ according to the conditions set by Muslim))

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