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Hadith-e-Thaqlain: Tradition of Two Weighty Things

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  • Hadith-e-Thaqlain: Tradition of Two Weighty Things

    Hadith-e-Thaqlain: Tradition of Two Weighty Things
    Several companions have narrated and especially the six authentic books
    of traditions (Sihah-e-Sittah) including Bukhari and Muslim, Ahmad bin
    Hanbal and Malik Ibne Anas have recorded this tradition and certified
    the authenticity of this hadith. Here we mention the text of this hadith
    omitting the chain of narrators.
    The holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) said: “Certainly I leave among you two heavy
    things. If you attach yourself to them, you will not go astray after me. One of
    them is greater than the other. (One is) the book of Allah, (which is) a firm rope
    from the heaven to the earth, and (secondly) my progeny, my Ahle Bait. They
    shall not separate with each other until they reach me at the pool. Then be careful
    how you deal with them.”
    The Muslim Ummah is unanimous that this hadith applies to the progeny
    of the Prophet (s.a.w.a.) who were bestowed with this trust. They
    denote only Ali (a.s.), Fatima (s.a.) and Hasan and Husain (a.s.). The narrator,
    Ibne Habban says: I went with Masruf and asked Zaid Ibne Arqam
    regarding this and he said that they had asked the Prophet (s.a.w.a.) if
    his pure wives were also included in the progeny? To this the holy
    Prophet (s.a.w.a.) replied, “No! They are not included in it. Don’t you see
    that the divorced woman is included in the progeny of her father?”
    Now what is the effect of these traditions on the proofs of the superiority
    of Ali (a.s.)? Yes! It is clear that a sane person when he goes out on a
    journey etc. makes bequest regarding his important affairs. Therefore the
    holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.), prior to his departure from this world, entrusted
    two important things to his Ummah – his progeny and the book of Allah.
    Now let us consider whether this was ordered by the Almighty or was it
    a personal decision of the holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.). Verily, the Messenger
    of Allah (s.a.w.a.) did not say anything of his own accord (including this
    announcement). He was only echoing the command of the Almighty.
    Did the Almighty and the Prophet (s.a.w.a.) bequeath great and honourable
    things or were they petty and unimportant? Indeed the Prophet
    (s.a.w.a.) did not make a bequest regarding unimportant things. In this
    case, there are only two things: The words of Allah and the progeny of
    the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.a.). And after the Prophet (s.a.w.a.), these
    two things are most superior and respected over all things.
    The tradition clearly indicates that these two trusts will not separate
    from each other till Qiyamat. That is, wherever there is the word of Allah,
    love and affection of Ahle Bait (a.s.) should also be there. And
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    wherever there is no love and affection for Ahle Bait (a.s.), there is no respect
    for the words of Allah (Quran).
    For example: When Mu’awiyah rebelled against Ali (a.s.) and committed
    transgression, he gathered all the rebellious people like him and
    raised a standard of revolt perpetrating heinous crimes. In the battle of
    Siffeen, when they were about to be defeated, they raised the pages of
    Holy Quran aloft the spears and announced to the army of Amirul Momineen
    (a.s.), “We invite you for an arbitration by the Quran.” Those
    wretched people had forgotten that it was impossible to benefit from the
    Quran while rejecting the progeny (Itrah) of the Messenger of Allah
    (s.a.w.a.). How could it to be when the Prophet (s.a.w.a.) has said: “The
    two will not separate from each other till they meet me on the day of
    Qiyamat.” But at Siffeen, they drew the swords against Ali, Hasan and
    Husain (a.s.) while feigning reverence to the Quran!
    The most surprising thing was that some scholars have tried to justify
    the gross misdeeds and usurpation of Mu’awiyah and veiled the crimes
    and irreligious acts of this renegade! Mu’awiyah committed all such indecencies
    only to obtain worldly riches but the Mullahs have denied the
    clear truth. Now what can be said of such an attitude


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