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    Weak Hadith Compilation (OP)


    This thread is meant to collect weak ahadiith which are widespread among people. The section will point out the scholars who graded the hadith to be weak.


    Note a weak hadith does not mean that it is a false hadith. It means that there is a high possibility of an error in it.


    The Rightly Guided Caliphs narrated very few hadith out of fear of attributing something to the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) which he had not said.


    عرَف الصحابة منزلة السُّنَّة

    The Companions recognized the rank of the Sunnah

    واحتاطوا في رواية الحديث عن النبي -صلى الله عليه وسلم- خشية الوقوع في الخطأ

    And they were careful in narrating hadith from the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) because they feared making mistakes.


    وكان سيدنا عمر شديد الإنكار على مَن أكثر الرواية وكان يأمر بأن يُقِلوا من الرواية

    Umar used to severely criticize those who narrated too many narrations and would command them to narrate few narrations


    وقد كان المنهج العام عند الصحابة هو: التشدد في رواية الحديث

    And the manhaj of the masses of the Companions was severe strictness in regards to narrating hadith.


    والتزم جمهور الصحابة في الخلافة الراشدة منهج عمر بن الخطاب -رضي الله عنه- خشية أن يقعوا في الخطأ

    And the majority of the Companions adhered to the manhaj of Umar (Allaah is pleased with him), during the khilaafah al-raashidah, fearing that they would fall into (making) mistakes (if they narrated too many hadith)


    This was the way of the Companions (may Allaah be pleased with them) who spent their lives with the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam).


    There is no doubt that there were those Companions (may Allaah be pleased with them) who narrated a lot of hadith. However, they were always very careful.


    Today, we have gone so far of the path that we narrate everything we hear and do not even take 1 minute to explain the opinions of the scholars on a given hadith.



    We live dangerous lives.





    Those who can read Arabic should invest the time to read the following book

    منهاج المحدثين في القرن الأول الهجري وحتى عصرنا الحاضر




    It is important to inform your audience when you narrate a weak hadith. The rank and sanctity of the Messenger of Allaah (Sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) is unlike any other.


    The best of creation after the Prophets (peace be upon them all) were warned that if they raise their voice over his (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) all their deeds would go to waste.


    O you who have believed, do not raise your voices above the voice of the Prophet or be loud to him in speech like the loudness of some of you to others, lest your deeds become worthless while you perceive not.

    [Qur'aan 49:2]


    They were not allowed to call out to him (sallallaahu alayi wa sallam) as they did to one another.


    Do not make [your] calling of the Messenger among yourselves as the call of one of you to another. Already Allah knows those of you who slip away, concealed by others. So let those beware who dissent from the Prophet's order, lest fitnah strike them or a painful punishment.


    [Qur'aan 24:63]


    Lying on him (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) is not like lying on anyone else.



    Narrated al-Mughira:

    I heard the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) saying, "Ascribing false things to me is not like ascribing false things to anyone else. Whosoever tells a lie against me intentionally then surely let him occupy his seat in Hell-Fire." I heard the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) saying, "The deceased who is wailed over is tortured for that wailing."

    [Sahih al-Bukhaari]



    Imaam Muslim said,

    "It Is Sinful To Report Something From A Weak Narrator Without Making Its Weakness Clear: He says in the introduction of his ‘saheeh’: "But they made it incumbent upon themselves to reveal the weaknesses of hadeeth narrators and they gave fatwaa according to that – because of the great danger involved in it, since the narrations about matters of Deen convey allowance (Tahleel) and Prohibition (Tahreem), or orders and things which are forbidden, or encouragement and warning (targheeb wa tarheeb), so if the narrator is not truthful and trustworthy – then someone who narrates from him, knowing that, and does not make his weakness clear to others who do not know him, then he is sinful through that action, deceiving the common Muslims – since he cannot be sure that some of those who hear those narration’s will not use some or all of them, and perhaps they – or most of them – are lies which have no basis. And the authentic narrations form reliable narrators and people of precision are so plentiful that there is no need of the narration of someone who is not reliable"

    Introduction Sahih Muslim



    It only follows that one exercise extreme caution when narrating hadith and ensure that if they are weak one makes mention of it for the betterment of his own hereafter.
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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    He who enters a graveyard and recites (Suurah) Yaa Siin, the (torment) is lightened for them on that day and he gets the reward of the number of (people buried) in it (i.e. the graveyard)




    Sheikh al-albaani says it is fabricated. Why does he say so? Let's look at the chain





    طريق محمد بن أحمد الرياحي


    أبي


    أيوب بن مدرك


    أبي عبيدة


    الحسن


    أنس بن مالك






    Abu 'ubaidah




    Ibn Ma'iin said he is majhuul. So, firstly we have an unknown narrator in the chain







    Ayyuub bin Mudrik






    All of the scholars agree that he is weak and is to be abandoned.

    As a matter of fact, Ibn Ma'iin said: He is a liar



    So far we have a majhuul in the chain and a person who was a liar.


    Now let's look at the next narrator





    Ahmad al-RiyaaHai




    He is Ahmad bin Yaziid bin diinaar 'Abu al-'awwaam




    al-Bayhaqi says: He is majhuul




    So, we have a chain in which we have two majhuul (unknown narrators - their state is not known) and a liar.





    Why would anyone in their sane mind attribute something like this to the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) while hiding these facts except for a person who has a disease in his heart.

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

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    He who enters a graveyard and recites (Suurah) Yaa Siin, the (torment) is lightened for them on that day and he gets the reward of the number of (people buried) in it (i.e. the graveyard)




    Sheikh al-albaani says it is fabricated. Why does he say so? Let's look at the chain





    طريق محمد بن أحمد الرياحي


    أبي


    أيوب بن مدرك


    أبي عبيدة


    الحسن


    أنس بن مالك






    Abu 'ubaidah




    Ibn Ma'iin said he is majhuul. So, firstly we have an unknown narrator in the chain







    Ayyuub bin Mudrik






    All of the scholars agree that he is weak and is to be abandoned.

    As a matter of fact, Ibn Ma'iin said: He is a liar



    So far we have a majhuul in the chain and a person who was a liar.


    Now let's look at the next narrator





    Ahmad al-RiyaaHai




    He is Ahmad bin Yaziid bin diinaar 'Abu al-'awwaam




    al-Bayhaqi says: He is majhuul




    So, we have a chain in which we have two majhuul (unknown narrators - their state is not known) and a liar.





    Why would anyone in their sane mind attribute something like this to the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam) while hiding these facts except for a person who has a disease in his heart.
    It's good if you quote full hadith with source as well.

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    The tears that fall from the eye of a truthful believer, out of the fear of the Lord, and then, roll down his face, however little they are, even of the size of the head of a fly, Allaah will forbid him to the Fire.


    This hadith is weak

    Let's look at the chain of this weak narration

    Abd al-Rahmaan bin 'ibraahiim al-dimishqii and 'ibraahim bin al-Mundhir -> Ibn Abi Fudaik -> Hammaad bin Abi Humaid al-zuraqii -> 'aun bin Abd Allaah bin 'utbah bin Mas'uud -> his father -> Abd Allaah bin Mas'uud (may Allaah be pleased with him)





    Hammaad bin Abi Humaid al-Zuraqii


    He is munkar al-hadiith


    Imaam al-Bayhaqi said: He is weak in the sight of the scholars of hadiith

    Abuu Haatim said: He is munkar al-hadiith and weak. He narrates manaakiir from the reliable ones

    Ibn Hibbaan said: He used to mix up the chains of narrators and did not understand the matn of the hadiith. When this becomes a lot in his narrations, then he cannot be used as evidence in regards to what he narrates

    Imaam Abu Daawud said: He is weak

    Imaam al-Tirmidhi said: He is not strong in the sight of the scholars of hadiith


    Ahmad bin Hanbal
    said: His hadiith are munkar (rejected). And Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal said: He is not strong in regards to hadiith

    Imaam al-Nasaa'i said: He is not reliable

    Ibn Hajar said: He is weak




    Reference(s):

    The Encyclopedia of hadiith and narrations which are weak and fabricated

    Volume 8 page 586
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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    Whoever recites and memorizes the Qur'aan, making lawful what it makes lawful, and unlawful what it makes lawful, Allaah will admit him to Paradise due to it, and grant him intercession for ten of his family members who were to be consigned to the Fire.


    Imaam al-Tirmidhi says: This is a ghariib hadiith and I do not know of it except from this route and its chain of narrators is not authentic.


    Why did Imaam al-Tirmidhi grade this hadiith weak?


    Let's look at its chain


    Ali bin Hujr -> HafD bin Sulaimaan -> Kathiir bin zaadhaan -> 'aaSim bin Damrah -> Ali bin Abi Taalib (may Allaah be pleased with him)



    HafD bin Sulaimaan



    Imaam al-Tirmidhi said: He is weak in regards to hadiith

    al-Daarimi said: He is not reliable

    Ahmad bin Muhammad al-baghdaadi
    said: HafD bin Sulaimaan and Abu Bakr bin 'aiyyaash were the most knowledgeable of people when it came to the recitation of 'aaSim. HafD was better in terms of recitation than Abu Bakr but he was a kadhdhaab (liar) while Abu Bakr was suduuq (honest)

    Ibn al-Madiinii said: He was weak in hadiith

    al-Bukhaari said: They abandoned him

    Imaam Muslim said: He is matruuk

    al-Nasaa'i said: He is not reliable and his hadiith are not written

    Ibn Hajar said: He is abandoned when it comes to hadiith despite him being an Imaam in (Qur'aanic) recitation




    Reference(s):



    معرفة الرجال للإمام أبي زكريا يحيى بن معين رواية ابن محرز
    Volume 1 Page 54 and Page 113
    Volume 2 Page 167

    تاريخ الدارمي
    Page 95

    العلل ومعرفة الرجال لأحمد رواية ابنه عبد الله
    Volume Page 380 and Page 503
    Volume 3 Page 77

    التاريخ الكبير
    Volume 2 Page 363

    الضعفاء للبخاري
    Page 45


    الضعفاء والمتروكين للنسائي
    Page 191


    المجروحين من المحدثين; المؤلف: محمد بن حبان بن أحمد بن حبان
    Volume 1 Page 311


    تاريخ البغدادي
    Volume 9 Page 64


    تهذيب الكمال
    Volume 7 Page 10


    تهذيب التهذيب
    Volume 1 Page 450


    تقريب التهذيب
    Page 257


    الكاشف للذهبي
    Volume 1 Page 341


    تاريخ الإسلام للذهبي
    Volume 4 Page 602

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    He who prays an obligatory prayer has a Dua which will be answered and he who completes the Qur'ān has a Dua which is answered



    The hadīth is weak



    al-Haythami said:



    In it is Abd al-Hamīd bin Sulaimān and he is weak




    al-Tabarāni collected it in al-mu'jam al-kabīr




    Let's look at the chain of this weak Hadith




    الفضل بن هارون البغدادي

    إسماعيل بن إبراهيم الترجماني

    عبد الحميد ابن سليمان

    أبي حازم
    العرباض بن سارية









    Abd al-Hameed bin Sulaimaan


    Ibn al-Hajar said: He is weak

    al-Hākim said: He is not strong

    Ibn Hibbān: He is from those who make mistakes and mixes up the chains

    Abu Dawud: He is not reliable

    al-Nasā'i: He is weak

    al-Dāraqutni: He is weak

    Ibn Ma'īn: He is nothing





    The hadīth is weak because of him. If you act on this Hadith and make a duā at the end of an obligatory prayer or when you complete the Qur'ān, and your duā is not accepted, don't blame Islām.


    Rather, blame yourself for acting on a weak Hadith thinking with certainty that it is true while matter is such that a weak Hadith may or may not be true.

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    Poverty will never touch the one who recites Suurah al-waaqi'ah every night



    The hadiith is weak




    The chain includes طريق أبي شجاع and أبي طيبة



    Both are unknown. They are majhuul. Their state is not known




    Ibn Hajar showed that in this hadiith there is اضطراب from three perspectives


    al-Daaraqutni said there is inqitaa' in the hadiith.


    Ahmad did not consider the text of this hadiith proper


    al-Manaawi said: The Hadiith is munkar






    Imagine telling someone this hadith. You did not tell them it was so weak. They started to act on it with certainty.

    They were sure poverty will never touch them. But poverty touched them. They lose their faith and Imaan all because you did not tell them that this is an extremely weak hadith so it might be true and it might not be true.





    Reference(s):

    Compilation of weak and fabricated hadith and their evil effects in the Ummah by Sheikh al-albaani
    Volume 1 Page 458

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    ‘O People, there has come to you a great and blessed month, a month in which there is a night that is better than a thousand months. Allaah has made fasting (this month) an obligation and spending its nights in prayer an act of voluntary worship. Whoever draws near to Allaah during this month by doing some good deeds is like one who does an obligatory action at any other time, and the one who does an obligatory action during this month is like one who does seventy obligatory actions at any other times. It is a month whose beginning is mercy, its middle is forgiveness and its end is ransom from the Fire



    The hadiith is very weak



    The hadiith is present in Sahiih Ibn Khuzaimah


    Ibn Khuzaimah said: If this hadiith is authentic

    He used the word if. He did this with some of the narrations he included in his Sahiih. He did it when he was unsure if the hadiith was authentic or not.



    The Imaam and Haafiz Muhammad bin Muusaa bin Hammaad al-'uqailii declared this hadiith weak.

    Abu Haatim said the hadith was munkar (rejected)

    Sheikh al-albaani graded it weak



    Why did these great scholars of hadiith say it is weak? Let's look at the chain of this weak hadiith propagated among the masses without shame


    Abu Abd al-Rahmaan Muhammad bin al-Husain bin Muhammad bin Muusaa al-Sulamii -> Abu 'amr 'ismaa'iil bin Nujaid -> Ja'far bin Muhammad bin sawwaar -> Ali bin Hujr -> Yusuf bin ziyaad -> Hammaam bin Yahyaa -> Ali bin Zaid bin Jud'aan -> Sa'iid bin al-Musaiyyib -> Sulmaan al-Farsii


    There is inqitaa in the chain of this narration.

    Sa'iid bin al-musayyab did not hear from Salmaan al-Farsii


    The first problem with the chain is that there is inqitaa.


    The second problem is the narrator



    Ali bin Zaid bin Jud'aan


    Some of the scholars who declared him weak include

    • Ahmad bin Hanbal
    • Ibn Ma'iin
    • al-Nasaa'i
    • Ibn Khuzaimah




    al-Bayhaqi said: He is not strong
    Ibn Hajar said: He is weak. He has a bad memory
    Ibn al-Madiinii: He is weak
    Ibn Khuzaimah said: He is not used as evidence because of his poor memory



    So, for starters there is inqitaa in the chain. That means a narrator is missing. This alone makes the hadith weak. All the scholars of hadiith unanimously agree that a hadith which has inqitaa is weak.


    Then, we have a narrator who is very weak because of his poor memory.

    The hadiith is very weak. It is not fit to be mentioned to people.

    Now you know why the great scholars of hadith such as Sheikh al-albaani, Abu Haatim, and al-'uqailii declared this hadith weak and munkar.



    May Allaah guide us to the way of the Companions (may Allaah be pleased with them) who were very cautious in what they narrated.
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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeshanParvez View Post
    ‘O People, there has come to you a great and blessed month, a month in which there is a night that is better than a thousand months. Allaah has made fasting (this month) an obligation and spending its nights in prayer an act of voluntary worship. Whoever draws near to Allaah during this month by doing some good deeds is like one who does an obligatory action at any other time, and the one who does an obligatory action during this month is like one who does seventy obligatory actions at any other times. It is a month whose beginning is mercy, its middle is forgiveness and its end is ransom from the Fire



    The hadiith is very weak



    The hadiith is present in Sahiih Ibn Khuzaimah


    Ibn Khuzaimah said: If this hadiith is authentic

    He used the word if. He did this with some of the narrations he included in his Sahiih. He did it when he was unsure if the hadiith was authentic or not.



    The Imaam and Haafiz Muhammad bin Muusaa bin Hammaad al-'uqailii declared this hadiith weak.

    Abu Haatim said the hadith was munkar (rejected)

    Sheikh al-albaani graded it weak



    Why did these great scholars of hadiith say it is weak? Let's look at the chain of this weak hadiith propagated among the masses without shame


    Abu Abd al-Rahmaan Muhammad bin al-Husain bin Muhammad bin Muusaa al-Sulamii -> Abu 'amr 'ismaa'iil bin Nujaid -> Ja'far bin Muhammad bin sawwaar -> Ali bin Hujr -> Yusuf bin ziyaad -> Hammaam bin Yahyaa -> Ali bin Zaid bin Jud'aan -> Sa'iid bin al-Musaiyyib -> Sulmaan al-Farsii


    There is inqitaa in the chain of this narration.

    Sa'iid bin al-musayyab did not hear from Salmaan al-Farsii


    The first problem with the chain is that there is inqitaa.


    The second problem is the narrator



    Ali bin Zaid bin Jud'aan


    Some of the scholars who declared him weak include

    • Ahmad bin Hanbal
    • Ibn Ma'iin
    • al-Nasaa'i
    • Ibn Khuzaimah




    al-Bayhaqi said: He is not strong
    Ibn Hajar said: He is weak. He has a bad memory
    Ibn al-Madiinii: He is weak
    Ibn Khuzaimah said: He is not used as evidence because of his poor memory



    So, for starters there is inqitaa in the chain. That means a narrator is missing. This alone makes the hadith weak. All the scholars of hadiith unanimously agree that a hadith which has inqitaa is weak.


    Then, we have a narrator who is very weak because of his poor memory.

    The hadiith is very weak. It is not fit to be mentioned to people.

    Now you know why the great scholars of hadith such as Sheikh al-albaani, Abu Haatim, and al-'uqailii declared this hadith weak and munkar.



    May Allaah guide us to the way of the Companions (may Allaah be pleased with them) who were very cautious in what they narrated.
    Is this hadith narrated through other chains? It's very well known I'm surprised to hear its weak
    Weak Hadith Compilation

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

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    Is this hadith narrated through other chains? It's very well known I'm surprised to hear its weak
    Broi this particular wording is present via the chain mentioned. The last part of the above hadiith is mentioned in another hadith which will be added to the list of weak hadiith in the next post.

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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

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    Broi this particular wording is present via the chain mentioned. The last part of the above hadiith is mentioned in another hadith which will be added to the list of weak hadiith in the next post.
    SubhanAllah
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    Re: Weak Hadith Compilation

    The first portion of the month of Ramadaan is Mercy, the middle portion is maghfirah, and the last portion is ransom from the Fire


    Munkar (rejected)


    Let's see the great scholars of hadiith who graded this weak


    The great scholar of hadiith al-'uqailii
    Ibn 'addi
    al-khatiib al-baghdadi
    Sheikh al-albaani



    Why did these great scholars of hadiith declare this hadiith weak.


    Let's look at the chain


    سلام بن سوار

    مسلمة بن الصلت

    الزهري

    أبو سلمة

    أبو هريرة



    Sallaam bin Sulaimaan bin sawwaar

    Ibn 'addi said: He is rejected when it comes to hadiith in my opinion



    So, we have a narrator who is rejected when it comes to hadiith. Now let's look at the next narrator who weakens this hadiith


    Maslamah bin al-Salt

    Abu Haatim says: He is rejected in regards to hadiith



    This hadiith has two narrators who are rejected. Not one but two narrators.

    Hence, Sheikh al-albaani called it munkar.


    Now you know why the great scholars of hadiith rejected this hadiith.


    Be careful when you tell people a hadiith. Make sure it is authentic.


    Reference(s):
    The collection of weak and fabricated ahadiith and their evil effects in the Ummah by Sheikh al-albaani
    Volume 4 Page 69-70

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    A man will not be asked as to why he beat his wife.


    The hadiith is weak.

    Let's look at its chain

    Zuhair bin Harb -> Abd al-Rahmaan bin mahdii -> Abu 'awaanah -> Daawud bin Abd Allaah al-'audii -> Abd al-Rahmaan al-muslii -> al-'ash'ath bin qais -> Umar bin al-khaTTaab (may Allaah be pleased with him)


    Abd al-Rahmaan al-muslii


    He is weak

    No one from the scholars said he was reliable. No one.

    Based on this, the scholars of hadiith said the hadiith is weak


    Among these scholars was Sheikh al-albaani (may Allaah have mercy on him).

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    Allah's Messenger would get up during his Salat on the tips of his feet.


    The Hadīth is weak



    Let's look at the chain




    Yahyā bin Mūsā


    Abu Mu'āwiyah


    Khālid bin 'ilyās


    Sālih maulā al-taw'amah


    Abu Hurairah




    Khālid bin 'ilyās



    Imām al-Tirmidhi said: khālid bin 'ilyās is weak

    al-Bukhāri said: He is nothing

    Ahmad said: He is abandoned

    al-Nasā'i said: He is abandoned



    The Hadīth is weak. It is not fit to be used as evidence.



    Reference(s):
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    Volume 2 Page 146

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    Jibrīl came to me and said: O Muhammad indeed Allāh sends upon you salām and says: I swear by My 'izza and jalāl, I will not punish anyone who has your name with the Fire O Muhammad





    This Hadith is fabricated.


    Its chain of narrators include


    Ahmad bin 'ishaq al-'ashja'ī



    He is a liar.

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    Whoever memorizes and conveys 40 hadiith to my Ummah from the affairs of his religion, Allaah - the Most High - will raise him on the Day of Resurrection in the company of the scholars of Jurisprudence and the learned.

    The Hadiith is weak.

    Ibn Hajar says:

    There is not even one route for this hadiith which is free from an objectionable defect.

    al-talkhiiS al-habiir
    Volume 3 Pages 93 and 94


    al-Daaraqutni said:

    It has been narrated from 20 routes all of which are weak and nothing of them is established.


    al-Baihaqii said:

    This text is famous among people. And it does not have a single authentic chain.


    al-Nawawi said:

    All of the huffaaz agree that the hadiith is weak even though it has many routes.




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