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Subject: Muawiyah VS Imam Ali AS
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k3k4s1h 4.05.10 - 07:33am
Muawiyah and Abusing Imam Ali (AS)

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What the Prophet said about those who
fight, hate, or abuse his Ahlul-Bayt
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The Messenger of Allah said:

Loving Ali is the sign of belief, and hating Ali is the sign of
hypocrasy.


Sunni references:
- Sahih Muslim, v1, p48;
- Sahih Tirmidhi, v5, p643;
- Sunan Ibn Majah, v1, p142;
- Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal v1, pp 84,95,128
- Tarikh al-Kabir, by al-Bukhari (the author of Sahih), v1, part 1, p202
- Hilyatul Awliya', by Abu Nu'aym, v4, p185
- Tarikh, by al-Khateeb al-Baghdadi, v14, p462

This tradition of Prophet was popular to the extent that some of the
companions used to say:

We recognized the hypocrites by their hatred of Ali.

Sunni references:
- Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v2, p639, Tradition 1086
- al-Istiab, by Ibn Abd al-Barr, v3, p47
- al-Riyad al-Nadirah, by al-Muhib al-Tabari, v3, p242
- Dhakha'ir al-Uqba, by al-Muhib al-Tabari, p91


Also Muslim in his Sahih narrated on the authority of Zirr that:

Ali (RA) said: By him who split up the seed and created something
living, the Apostle (may peace and blessing be upon him) gave me a
promise that no one but a believer would love me, and none but a
hypocrite would nurse grudge against me.

- Sahih Muslim, English version, Chapter x x xIV, p46, Tradition 141


Abu Huraira narrated:

The Prophet (PBUH&HF) looked toward Ali, al-Hasan, al-Husain, and
Fatimah, and said: I am in the state of war with those who will fight

you, and in the state of peace with those who are peaceful to you.


Sunni references:
(1) Sahih al-Tirmidhi, v5, p699
(2) Sunan Ibn Majah, v1, p52
(3) Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v2, p767, Tradition 1350
(4) al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p149
(5) Majma' al-Zawa'id, by al-Haythami, v9, p169
(6) al-Kabir, by Tabarani, v3, p30, also in al-Awsat
(7) Jamius Saghir, by al-Ibani, v2, p17
(8) Tarikh, by al-Khateeb al-Baghdadi, v7, p137
(9) Sawai'q al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p221
(10) Talkhis, by al-Dhahabi, v3, p149
(11) Dhakha'ir al-Uqba, by al-Muhib al-Tabari, p25
(12) Mishkat al-Masabih, by Khatib al-Tabrizi, English Version, Tdadition 6145
(13) Others such as Ibn Habban, etc.

It is the well-known fact in the history that Muawiyah fought Imam Ali
(AS). And based on the above tradition of the Prophet(PBUH&HF) the
Prophet has declared war on Muawiyah. How can we still love a person whom
the Prophet has declared war on him?

The Messenger of Allah said:

Whoever hurts Ali, has hurt me

Sunni references:
- Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v3, p483
- Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Ahmad Hanbal, v2, p580, Tradition 981
- Majma' al-Zawa'id, by al-Haythami, v9, p129
- al-Sawa'iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p263
- Ibn Habban, Ibn Abd al-Barr, etc.

The Messenger of Allah said:

Whoever reviles/curses Ali, has reviled/cursed me

Sunni reference:
- al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p121, who mentioned this tradition is
Authentic.
- Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v6, p323
- Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Ahmad Hanbal, v2, p594, Tradition 1011
- Majma' al-Zawa'id, by al-Haythami, v9, p130
- Mishkat al-Masabih, English version, Tradition 6092
- Tarikh al-Khulafa, by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, p173
- and many others such as Tabarani, Abu Ya'la, etc.

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Muawiyah Instituting the curse of Imam Ali (AS)
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Muawiyah not only fought Imam Ali, he cursed Imam Ali as well. Furthermore,
he did force/make everybody to curse Ali (AS). To prove it, we begin with
Sahih Muslim:

Narrated Sa'd Ibn Abi Waqqas:

Muawiyah, the son of Abu Sufyan, give order to Sa'd, and told him:
What prevents you that you are refraining from cursing Abu Turab
(nickname of Ali)? Sa'd replied: Don't you remember that the Prophet
said three things about (the virtue of) Ali? So I will never curse
Ali.

Sunni reference: Sahih Muslim, Chapter of Virtues of Companions, Section of
Virtues of Ali, Arabic, v4, p1871, Tradition 32.

For the English version of Sahih Muslim, see Chapter CMXCVI, p1284,
Tradition 5916

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k3k4s1h 10.05.10 - 03:34am
more regarding Muawiyah....
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k3k4s1h 10.05.10 - 03:35am
When Mu'awiya went for hajj, he held the hand of Saad bin Abi Waqas and said to him: 'Oh Abi Ishaq! We are the people who abandoned hajj because of wars till we almost forgot some of its laws, so we performed Tawaf (circumambulation) to imitate your Tawaf'. When they completed (hajj), he (Muawiya) entered him (Saad) to a conference room and sat with him on his sofa, then he (Muawiya) mentioned Ali bin Abi Talib and cursed him. He (Saad) said: 'You brought me to your house and made me sit on your sofa and then you begun to curse Ali?'

Al Bidayah wa al Nahayah, Volume 7 page 341, Chapter: The virtues of Ali *

k3k4s1h 10.05.10 - 03:36am
In Sunan Ibn Majah, Volume 1 page 45

On his way to Hajj, Sa'd met Mu'awiya and his companions mentioned 'Ali upon which Mu'awiya showed disrespect towards Ali, Sa'd got angry and asked 'why do you say such things?'

One of the esteemed figures among Salafies/Wahabies, Shaykh Albani has decalred the above cited Hadith to be 'Sahih', see
Sahih Sunan Ibn Majah by Albani, Volume 1 page 26 *

k3k4s1h 10.05.10 - 10:36am
Muawiya's attempts at character Assassination of the Prophet PBUH and his family.

Ever wondered why some hadith seem so idiotic, lewd or sm*tty? Well read on.


History, it has been said, is the propaganda of the victorious party.

What this means is that in any conflict, the victor can manipulate history just as it pleases him, and there is nothing that the vanquished can do about it. The victorious party can cook up a story and broadcast it as the absolute truth without any fear of being challenged by anyone. It has not only the power to cook up its own story, it also has the power to spike the story of an opposing party.

M. Shibli, the dean of India's Sunni historians of Islam, writes in his famous biography of Prophet Muhammad, Sira tun Nabi, volume I, 4th printing, published by Maarif Printing press, Azamgarh, UP, India in 1976:


Among all those extraneous forces which affect and influence the writing of history, none are more powerful than the government. But it will always be a source of pride for the Muslims that their pen was never subdued by the sword. Work on the compilation and collation of hadith was begun in the times of the Bani Umayya. For full 90 years, from Sindh in India to Asia Minor and Andalusia in Spain, Ali and the children of Fatima were cursed from every pulpit in every mosque after every Friday sermon. Thousands and thousands of hadith, glorifying Muawiya, were manufactured, and were put in circulation. In the times of the Abbasis, hadith were invented foretelling the birth and excellence of each Abbasi khalifa by name. What was the result of all this stupendous effort? The traditionalists declared publicly at the same time that all these hadith were spurious, and they rejected them. Today, we are proud to say that the science of hadith is free from all that filth and garbage.

Almost, but not quite!

In the case of innumerable hadith, the attempt to excise a false report from hadith literature, or to correct it, never caught up with the original untruths.

Even after expurgation, if there was one, that part of the hadith literature which relates to the personal life of Muhammad, the blessed Prophet of Islam, is full of the quaint, the curious, the fanciful and the false. There are many hadith which make him appear as lustful and licentious, vindictive and cruel, opportunistic and unprincipled, and treacherous and unethical.

Then there are some other traditions which can only be called sm*tty.

But the evidence of history runs counter to such characterization of Muhammad. He could have been all these things but he was not. It is important, therefore, for Muslims and non-Muslims alike, to separate bunk and junk from fact and truth in studying the history of Islam.

How did such traditions, which defy common sense and logic insinuate their way into the hadith literature, and how were the deed and statements which can only be called shocking, attributed to the man whose real life was the epitome of all purity, truthfulness, sincerity and simplicity?

Shibli has made a rather perfunctory attempt to answer this question in the passage quoted above. He says that the most powerful extraneous agent that influenced the writing of history in the times of the Ummayds and the Abbasis was the government. The government in those days had the power to get history written to its own specifications. Both dynasties felt they were free to distort history or to suppress history, and whenever they believed it was in their interested to dos o, to invent history Whereas many hadith were invented for political reasons, there were also those hadith which were invented for sensual reasons. The sybarites of the courts of Damascus and Baghdad sought sanctions for their own pleasures in these hadith.

A hadith means a statement. If a man saw the Prophet doing something or he heard him saying something, and then he reported it to others, it would be called hadith or a tradition. The companions considered it their duty to preserve all the traditions of the prophet for the benefit of the Muslim Ummah for all time.

A hadith could also be a comment of the Prophet on some person. If he paid a compliment to any of his companions or if he criticized someone his remarks gained wide publicity among the Muslims. During the khilafat of Muawiya, many of these hadith were in circulation. He was quick to grasp their importance, and he decided to make them a political weapon in his campaign against Ali ibn Abi Talib and the Banu Hashim.

Muawiya, who was the founder of the Umayyad dynasty, won for himself another distinction: He founded the cottage industry for the production of hadith. His successors, and after them, the Abbasi khalifas, patronized the industry for which a long time was busy churning out hadith. Though Shibli claims that hadith was expurgated by highly critical, perceptive and an*lytic censors, there was much that escaped detection by them, and is accepted today as genuine by a vast majority Muslims.

Muawiya appointed a team of men to make up statements favorable to himself and to the other enemies of Ail, and t attribute them to the Apostle of God as his own hadith. AT the same time, he suppressed or tried to suppress the genuine hadith which were complementary to Ali, and ordered his team to manufacture hadith derogatory to him. The members of this team concocted hadith of both varieties, and he put them into circulation.

After the death of Muawiya, this campaign was carried on by his successors. Their ghost writers, public relations personnel, and image makers skillfully blended fake hadith with genuine hadith, and synthetic history with factual history, hoping that the mix would jell, as part of the sacred lore of the Muslims.

Muawiya had one more reason for going into the business of hadith production. He knew that the generations of the future would judge every Muslim ruler against the ideal ruler, Muhammad. He knew too that if they did, they would find him poles apart from Muhammad. Hew as also aware that no matter what he did, he could never rise as high as Muhammad, he knew in fact that he could not reach the heights attained even by the slaves of Muhammad.

But it occurred to him that though it was not possible for him to reach the sublime plane on which Muhammad, stood, it was possible for him to bring Muhammad down to the plane on which he stood by the simple process of tarnishing Muhammads reputation, so that he too would look like other mortals.

Muawiya hoped that the indictment of the historians against him would be less sever if it was shown tot hem that even the most perfect man, Muhammad, Gods own messenger, was not altogether free from blemishes of character. Clearly, much of the content of hadith literature was a conspiracy for the character assassination of Muhammad, the Messenger of God.

Muawiya and the other entrepreneurs of this cottage industry were successful in their attempt at the character assassination of Muhammad. They interspersed hadith literature with countless stories, anecdotes, and incidents, the intent of all of which was to make Muhammad look, in the eyes of posterity, less than Prophetic.

For the compilation of hadith, Muawiya had given the following orders:

1. All the traditions of the Prophet in praise of Ali or upholding his superiority in any way, should be suppressed.

2. Any man narrating the virtues of Ali or quoting the hadith of the Prophet in this regard would do so at his own risk. His subsidies and stipends would be withheld from him. His house and other property would be confiscated. Hiss testimony as a witness would not be accepted in the courts, and he would be ostracized by other Muslims.

3. On the other hand, every conceivable virtue should be attributed to Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and of course, to Muawiya himself. People should be encouraged to make up hadith of the Prophet in praise of these four men, and their friends. Whoever invents such hadith, would become a favorite at the royal court, and would receive rich rewards in rank or cash or estates etc.

Concurrently with the founding of his cottage industry: for manufacturing hadith of the Prophet, Muawiya also set up a brain laundry for the Muslims. He instituted the practices of anathematizing the memory of Ali and his children from the pulpit in every mosque in his empire so that the Muslim children were born, they grew up, and they died hearing curses upon Ali, and not knowing who he was. Whole generations lived and died in ignorance. Falsehoods were put into circulation by the government on a scale so vast that they became the staple of their lives. Muawiya and his successors kept heir brain laundries just as busy as their cottage industry.

Muawiya mobilized every means for waging propaganda war against Ali and the Banu Hashim. The momentum of the blitz he launched against them has lasted down to our own times. He waged his war from the mosques. The prayer-leaders in them were paid to put weird and fantastic interpretation upon the verses of the Quran in an attempt show Ali at a disadvantage. They tried to convince the rank and file Muslims that it would be in their interest in both worlds if they supported Muawiya against Ali and the Banu Hashim.

If any hadith of the Prophet of Islam was complimentary to Ail, its narration was placed under proscription by Muawiya. This proscription was not lifted when he died in 680. It was not lifted even when his dynasty, the Ummayads, perished in 750, and it was not lifted even through the long centuries of the caliphate of the Abbasis.

The Abbasis exterminated the Ummayads but they shared with them their animosity to Ali and to the children of Muhammad. In this matter, the aims and interests of the governments of Saqifa, and Ummayds, and the Abbasis converged, there was ideological compatibility among them all.

As noted before, M. Shibli, the Indian historian, pointed out that the Shia Muslims did not write any history. Whatever history we have, has therefore, come down to us from the non-Shia or the anti-Shia sources. It has come down to us from the archives of the governments of Saqifa, the Ummayds, and the Abbasis.

May Allah Almighty give us the wisdom and intellect to discern truth from falsehood.

May Allah curse the inventors of lies and falsehood against the Prophet PBUH and his family.

May Allah utterly destroy those who invent lies and false allegations against the believers and create divisions in their ranks.

Ameen.



[This message has been edited by alizadeh2000 (edited July 14, 2001).] *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:03pm
.heres more proof from Sunni books:- Aswat bin Yazeed said to Hadhrath Ayesha: 'Aren't you surprised that this Mu'awiya is from Tulaqa (freed captive) and in Khilafath he fought the companions? Ayesha replied 'this Government and Kingdom, Allah (swt) gives Leadership to both just and tyrannical, for 400 years in Egypt the enemies of God, Phiraun ruled as did other Kaafir Kings''.

Hadhrath Ayesha's comparing of Mu'awiya to Firawn and other kaafirs is in fact a reference to the Qur'an, where Allah (swt) states in Surah Hud verses 96-99:

''And we sent Moses, with Our Clear (Signs) and an authority manifest, Unto Pharaoh and his chiefs: but they followed the command of Pharaoh and the command of Pharaoh was no right (guide). He will go before his people on the Day of Judgment, and lead them into the Fire (as cattle are led to water): But woeful indeed will be the place to which they are led! And they are followed by a curse in this (life) and on the Day of Judgment: and woeful is the gift which shall be given (unto them)!'' (Taken from Abdullah Yusuf Ali's translation).
Mu'awiya's declaration that Ziyad was the son of 'Abu Sufyan is proof that he was a fasiq. *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:07pm
In Tarikh Kamil Volume 3 page 225:

''Mu'awiya's declaring that Ziyad was his brother, was the first act that was in open contradiction to the laws of Sharia because Rasulullah (s) said that the legitimate child is one born from wedlock''

Moreover Al Hafidh Jalaluddeen Suyuti also acknowledges this in Tareekh ul Khulafa page 185:

''Mu'awiya's declaring Ziyad to be the son of Abu Sufyan was the first act that contradicted an order of Rasulullah''.

For further Sunni references on this clear bidah please see the following books:
al Qawkib al Dhuree by Allamah Mahmood Ayubi page 327
Musalman kai aruj aur zawaal, by Professor Ahmad Akbar Abadai page 54
A Fasiq is one who acts in violation to the Word of Allah (swt) and his Messenger. Mu'awiya through this act proves that he was a fasiq. For his die hard Nasibi advocates we would like to know how they explain this declaration of Mu'awiya? No doubt the ijtihad defence may be shouted out but as we have consistently proven throughout this article, you cannot exercise ijtihad where you have nass (text), which was present here via the words of Rasulullah (s). Despite this, Mu'awiya sought fit to make a declaration that contravened the words of Rasulullah (s).
It is a religious duty to expose the deeds of a fasiq

Hasan Basri stated that:

''The testimonies of three people should be rejected:
The individual who openly indulges in bad acts.
A Zaalim Ruler
One who practices bidath''
(References: Sharh Muslim, by Nawawi Volume 2 page 322; Tafsir Ibn Katheer Volume 4 page 214; Ahkam al Qur'an by 'Abu Bakr Jassas; Tafseer Fathul Qadeer) *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:11pm
Famous deobandi scholar and former chief of Jamaat-e-Islami, Sayyid Abu'l Ala Maudoodi, after citing the words of Hasan Basri in Tahfim ul Qur'an Volume 5 page 87, makes these relevant comments:

''It is imperative that we highlight such individuals to prevent the risk of running in to danger (from such individuals) if narrators, witnesses and writers display such faults then such weaknesses should not be hidden, rather they should be conveyed''
Praising a fasiq leads to incurring the wrath of Allah
The Sunni scholar al Muhaddith Shah Abdul Aziz Dehlavi in Tuhfa Ithna Ashariyya page 191 Chapter 7 states:
''It is recorded in Sahih hadith that when someone praises a bad character person, Allah (swt) gets upset with him''.
Clearly one who is a Momin is one that has love for Hadhrath 'Ali (as). Why would such an individual risk incurring the wrath of Allah (swt) by showering praise on an individual who was an enemy of 'Ali (as), fought and cursed him? The modern day Nasibis are trying their utmost to recruit people into their obnoxious cult by declaring their affiliation with Imam 'Ali (as). The reality is very different as one can see from their passionate defense of Mu'awiya , they in fact turns in to an attack on Imam 'Ali (as). No rational lover of Ahl'ul Sunnah would ever wish to praise those that cursed Maula 'Ali (as). Let us leave the Nasibi's to wallow in their hypocrisy. They made their own bed let them lie in, to join them on their road to Hell.

''It is little wonder that Hanafi scholar Maulana 'Abdul Hakeem Chishti in his biography of Maulana Waheed uz Zaman cited his comments from ''Waheed ai Lughath'':

''To say radhinathallanho after Mu'awiya's names takes a considerable amount of courage''.
Hayaath Waheed uz-Zaman page 109
Mu'awiya was a Nasibi
In ''Lisan al Arab'' page 762 by Ibn Manzur states:

''Nawasib are those who hate Hadhrath Ali, and embrace that hatred as part of their faith'' *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:13pm
If this is the definition of a Nasibi then Mu'awiya was the practical definition of one. If his fighting against Imam Ali (as) is not clear evidence in itself, then his introducing the practice of cursing 'Ali (as) in all mosques throughout the territories, serves as unequivocal proof that he had a deep seated hated of Imam 'Ali (as) in his heart. Mu'awiya sought to institutionalize this hatred, by making the ritual cursing a part of the Friday Sermon, by doing so he in effect sought to convince the masses that this was a part of the Deen. It is little wonder that modern day Pakistani Hanafi scholar Maulana Sayyid Lal Shah Bukhari in ''Isthakhlaaf ai Yazid'' page 216 admitted:

''The founder of Nasibi ideology was Mu'awiya''.
Fatwa of Imam of Ahl'ul Sunnah, Shah Abdul Aziz that Nasibis are equal to dogs and pigs. *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:15pm
Al Muhaddith Shah Abdul Aziz Dehlavi declared in ''Tuhfa Ithna Ashariyya'' page 6:

''The Ulema of Ahl'ul Sunnah regard the enemies of Ali, the Nasibis as the worst party that recites the Shahada. We regard them as equivalent to dogs and pigs''
Imam Shafi'i stated that the testimony of Mu'awiya is to be rejected

The Rawdah-al-Ma r fi al-Awai'l wa al 'Awakhir Volume 11 page 133:

Imam Shafi'I said that the testimony of four companions will not be accepted and those four are Mu'awiya, Amr bin Aas, Mugheera (bin Shuba) and Ziyad (bin Abi)''

This view of Imam Shafi'i has also been attributed to him by his student Hadhrath Rabi in Tareekh Abul Fidah Volume 1 under the chapter addressing the events of 45 Hijri:

It can also be located in:
Kitab Mukhthasar fi Ahbar al Bashar Vol. 1 page 100
Imam Ali (as) did not deem Mu'awiya to be a momin
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kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:18pm
Hafidh Sulayman bin Ibraheem al Hanafi in ''Yanabi' al Mawaddah'' page 190 Chapter 53 quotes ''Nasr bin Muzahim who heard from Abu Ishaq Ihsani who states that after the ''Tahkeem Incident'' he read a m cript in the possession of Said bin Abi Burdah. In it, it was written that when the people asked Hadhrath 'Ali whether or not his opponents were Momin he replied, with regards to Mu'awiya and his companions ''I do not regard them as Mu'min or Muslim, and I care little about what Mu'awiya thinks''. *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:22pm
Other Sunni authorities have also recorded these words of Imam 'Ali (as):

al-Nasa'ih al-Kaafiyah page 199
Iqd al Fareed Volume 2 page 233
Al Bidaya Volume 7 page 259
Rasulullah (s) cursed Mu'awiya, his brother and father

The Ahl'ul Sunnah's Mukthul Husayn page 117 part 4:

''Imam Hasan reminded Mu'awiya of the occasion ''when your father was riding a red camel you was in front of him and your brother Utbah was dragging the camel by its nose? On that occasion Rasulullah (s) cursed your father, brother and you''

Rasulullah's cursing of these three individuals on this specific occasion can also be located in Waq'at Sifeen Volume 8 page 185.
Hadhrath Ayesha cursed Mu'awiya and Amr bin Aas

The Tadhkira ul Khawass page 62, Tar'ikh Ibn al Wardi Voume 1 page 245 and Tarikh Kamil Volume 3 page 180 in connection with Mu'awiya's killing of Hadhrath Ayesha's brother as follows:

''Following the death of Muhammad bin 'Abu Bakr the people of Egypt gave bayya to Mu'awiya. It was following this (event) that Ummul Mu'mineen Ayesha would curse Mu'awiya and Amr bin Aas after every Salaat''.
Tar'ikh Ibn al Wardi Voume 1 page 245
Tar'ikh Kamil Vol. 3 page 180
Rasulullah (s) cursed Mu'awiya and Amr bin Aas

al-Dhahabi in Mizan al-Itidal, 3:311 and Haythami in Majma al-Zawa'id, 8:121 both record that:
''The Prophet (s) overheard the sound of 'ghina' singing.GIF and found Amr b. al-Aas and Muawiya indulging themselves by singing. He (s) the supplicated that they be thrown in to the Fire''
Mu'awiya shall die a kaafir
The Waq'at Sifeen page 217 and Tareekh Tabari Volume 8 page 186 that Abdullah ibne Umar narrates that he heard Rasulullah say:
''Mu'awiya shall not die on the path of Islam''.
Both the above books on the same pages also record a similar hadith, this time narrated by Jabir bin Abdullah who testified that he heard Rasulullah (s) say:
''At the time of his death, Mu'awiya shall not be counted as member of my Muslim Ummah''
Muslim Ummah? Companion title is very far fetch
Mu'awiya shall be raised with a different Ummah on the day of Judgment
The Ansab al Ashraf Volume 5 page 132 that Rasulullah (s) states:

''From this door shall enter a man from my Ummah who shall be raised with another Ummah on the Day of Judgment, at that point Mu'awiya came through the door''
Mu'awiya shall be in the deepest part of Hell Fire

It is recorded in Lisan al Mizan Volume 1 page 284 that Rasulullah (saww) said:
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kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:26pm
Prophet Muhammad said: ''Verily Muaweyah shall be in the deepest part of Hell from where he shall shout 'Ya Hanan, Ya Manan' verily I have sinned and spread fitnah throughout the earth'' - Lisan al Mizan Volume 1 page 284 *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:28pm
Muaweyah bin Hind is a character whose antics have been meticulously recorded in the annals of history. From his birth onwards, the historians and Sunni scholars have managed to provide a significant insight in to the character of Muaweyah. His role within the history if Islam during the advent of Prophet Muhammad's (pbuh&hp)mission is non-existent. In fact he spent the vast portion of it on the opposite side with his alleged father being 'Abu Sufyan leader of the Banu Umayya Clan who sought to undermine, fight and destroy the message of the Prophet(pbuh&hp). Abu Sufyan eventually conceded defeat following the conquest of Mecca and allegedly embraced Islam. *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:32pm
Hazrat Abdullah ibne Umar al Khattab said : ''Verily Muaweyah's coffin is in the deepest part of Hell, Had Firawn not declared that he was the most superior God, nobody would have been in a deeper part of Hell than Muaweyah'' - Waq'at Sifeen page 217 In the same way as Prophet Muhammad (pbuh&hp) was opposed by Abu Sufyan, his alleged son Muaweyah carried on the mantle of his father opposing the rightful khalifa (caliph) Imam Ali during his lifetime, refusing to give him bayya (oath of allegiance) and even after his martyrdom vented his hatred of Imam Ali via the disgraceful practice of cursing him during the Friday Sermons.

Muaweyah's enmity towards the Prophet (pbuh&hp) did not restrict him to just opposing Imam Ali (A,S) and other descendants of Prophet (p), but also made him murder several companions and a wife of the Prophet (p) as well.

He killed the Mother of the Believers Ayesha in cold blood after ordering the killing of her brother Muhammad bin Abu Bakar. He was also responsible for the killings of many other companions of the Prophet (p) including Hajar bin Adi and Ammar Yasir.

Despite his disgraceful acts, a new generation of Nasibis (also called Wahabis or Deobandis) disguising themselves as Sunnis, have appeared in recent years declaring their affiliation with Muaweyah and defending his actions and praising them. The Sunni Muslims are slowly falling prey to this conspiracy by the enemies of the Prophet (pbuh&hp) and his progeny (AS). *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:41pm
The Messenger of Allah cursed Muaweyah, his brother and father

''Imam Hasan reminded Muaweyah of the occasion ''when your father was riding a red camel you were in front of him and your brother Utbah was dragging the camel by its nose? On that occasion Rasulullah (s) cursed your father, brother and you''

Sunni references:

Ahl'ul Sunnah's Mukthul Husayn page 117 part 4
Waq'at Sifeen Volume 8 page 185 *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 03:52pm
Not a single hadith in praise of Muaweyah is Sahih (authentic)

Many classical Sunni scholars whilst listing those individuals honored as writer of the revelation did not count Mu'awiya. For evidence see the following texts:

Fathul Bari page 450 Volume 2
Irshad Saneed Volume 9 page 22
Umdhathul Qari Volume 9 page 307
Nasa al Kafiya page 170
Iqd al Fareed Volume 2 page 197
al Isaba Volume 3 page 413

On this topic the comments of the renowned Egyptian Sunni scholar Sayyid Qutb are worthy of note:

''The erroneous fable still persists that Mu'awiya was a scribe who wrote down the revelations of Allah's Messenger. The truth is that when Abu Sufyan embraced Islam, he besought the Prophet to give Muaweyah some measure of position in the eyes of the Arabs; thus he would be compensated of being slow to embrace Islam and of being one of those who had no precedence in the new religion. So the Prophet used Muaweyah for writing letters and contracts and agreements. But none of the companions ever said that he wrote down any of the Prophet's revelations, as was asserted by Muaweyah's partisans after he had assumed the throne. But this is what happens in all such cases''.

Social Justice in Islam by Sayyid Qutb, English translation by John B. Hardie, page 215.


Al Hafidh Jalaluddeen Suyuti in ''La'ali al-Masnuaa fi ahadith al-Mauduaa'' Volume 1 page 424 states:

''Imam Hakim claims that he never came across a single hadith in praise of Muaweyah that was Sahih''.
La'ali al-Masnuaa fi ahadith al-Mauduaa Volume 1 page 424

Muhammad bin Ali bin Shawkani in ''Fawa'id al Mujmua fi bayan al-hadith al-maudua'', page 147 states that:

''Ibn Hibban commented that all ahadith in praise of Muaweyah are fabricated''.
Fawa'id al Mujmua fi bayan al-hadith al-maudua page 147

Al Muhaddith Shaykh Abdul Haqq Dehlavi in ''Sharh Mishkat Shareef'' - Volume 4 page 716 (published in 1873) after citing the hadith in praise of Muaweyah including the ''guidance hadith'' Abu Sulaiman cited from Tirmidhi comments:

''It is recorded in Jami al-'Usul that many muhaddith scholars have concluded that there exists not even a single hadith in praise of Muaweyah that is Sahih''.
Sharh Mishkat Shareef Vol. 4 page 716

Abu'l Hasan Quinani in ''Thunziyaa as Shari'a al Murfoo'a'', Volume 2, Chapter 8 page 7 comments

''Imam Hakim cites from a chain used by Sibt Ibne Jauzi who cites Isaan bin Ruhiyaa that 'there exists nothing in praise of Muaweyah that is Sahih''.
Thunziyaa as Shari'a al Murfoo'a Vol. 2 Chapter 8 page 7

Allamah Ibn al-Jawzi al-Qurashi in ''al- Mawduat'' Volume 2 page 24 states:

''Imam Hakim narrated from Abu'l Abbas who heard from his father, who heard from Ishaq bin Ibraheem al-Hanzali that 'no hadith in praise of Muaweyah are Sahih'.
al- Mawduat Volume 2 page 24

Shaykh Ismail bin Muhammad in ''Kashful Khafa'' Volume 2 page 420 states:

''There exist no hadith in praise of Muaweyah that is Sahih''
Kashful Khafa Vol. 2 page 420

al 'Aini in ''Ummdat al Qari fi Sharh Sahih al Bukhari page 994 Volume 7 comments:

''No reports in praise of Muaweyah are proven. If many are present, the reply is that no hadith exist with a Sahih isnad as stated by Isaac bin Rahvia and Imam Nasai, and that's why Imam Bukhari wrote Chapter bab ai Dhikr Muaweyah rather than bab ai Fadail Muaweyah.''

Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani states in Fathul Bari Volume 7 page 104:

''Imam Bukhari on the topic of Muaweyah wrote a Chapter Bab ai Dhikr Muaweyah because no hadith in praise of Muaweyah are proven and Ibn Abi Asim and Abu Umar Ghulam Thalib and 'Abu Bakr Nakash wrote on the virtues of Muaweyah and Ibn Jauzi in Maudu'at wrote about him, then Ibn Jauzi stated in the opinion of Isaac bin Raaviya, in praise of Muaweyah no hadith is Sahih and that's why Imam Bukhari wrote a Chapter titled bab ai Dhikr Muaweyah rather than bab ai Fadail Muaweyah''
Fathul Bari Vol. 7 page 104

We read in Tareekh ibn Khalikaan page 35 Volume 1:

''The compiler of Sunan Nasa'i Ahmad bin 'Ali was a hafidh of Hadith and in his time an Imam of Ahl'ul hadith. Towards the end of his life he went to Damascus and he was asked about the virtues of Muaweyah, Imam Nasa'i replied ''Muaweyah should protect himself, what praise should I shower on him, I know only virtue namely that Rasulullah (s) cursed him ''May Allah never satiate his stomach''

Rawdah-al-Ma r fi al-Awai'l wa al 'Awakhir Volume 11 page 133:

''Imam Shafi'i said that the testimony of four companions will not be accepted and those four are Muaweyah, Amr bin Aas, Mugheera (bin Shuba) and Ziyad (bin Abi)''

This view of Imam Shafi'i has also been attributed to him by his student Hadhrath Rabi in Tareekh Abul Fidah Volume 1 under the chapter addressing the events of 45 Hijri. It can also be located in Kitab Mukhthasar fi Ahbar al Bashar Vol. 1 page 100

al-Nasa'ih al-Kaafiyah page 163

''Imam Ahl'ul Sunnah Muhammad bin 'Ali Shawkani wrote in his book Fawaid Majmua Dhar ahadith Maudu'ah states that in praise of Muaweyah no hadith exists''

Ibn Taymiyya in Minhaj al Sunnah page 207

''One party has created virtues of Muaweyah and these virtues have been presented as these hadith and all of these are lies''.


Now after proving from the authentic texts of Sunni Muslims that all traditions in praise of Muaweyah are lies and fabrications, let me show you what the real merits of this enemy of Allah and the Prophet (pbuh&hp) actually are.

The meaning of Muaweyah

Leading Sunni scholars are in agreement that Muaweyah means ''barking b***h''.

Sunni References:

Tareekh ul Khulafa by al Hafidh Jalaluddin Suyuti (Urdu translation by Maulana Hakeem Nasree) page 253.

Sharh ul Aqaid page 510

Rabi' ul Abrar by Allamah Zamakhshari page 700

Tahzeeb ul Kamaal fi Asma' al-Rijal by Jamaluddin Mizzi page 371
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kekasih 12.12.10 - 04:00pm
Muaweyah was against the Islamic Shar'ia

Muaweyah and his filthy clan were opposed to Islam and the Prophet from the very beginning. As soon as he came into power, he started changing the Islamic laws and mocking them whenever he felt like it.

Muaweyah drank a prohibited substance

Imam of Ahl'ul Sunnah Ahmad Bin Hanbal records in his Musnad that:

''Muaweyah consumed a liquid that had been declared haraam by the Prophet (p)''.

Sunni reference: Musnad Ahmed Bin Hanbal Volume 5 page 347

Inheritance.

Ibn Kathir narrates in Al Bidayah Volume 8 page 141 that:

''Imam Zuhri recorded that during the time of Rasulullah (s) and the four khulafa the Sunnath was that neither could a kaafir inherit from a Muslim, nor a Muslim inherit from a kaafir. During his reign Muaweyah allowed Muslims to inherit from Kaffir's, whilst Kaffir's could not inherit from Muslims. This practice was terminated by Umar bin Abdul Aziz, but was then revived by Abdul Malik''.

Sunni reference: Al Bidayah Volume 8 page 141

Introduction of this practice was an open violation to the teachings of Islam and we read in Sahih al Bukhari Volume 8 hadith number 756 that Prophet (p) said, ''A Muslim cannot be the heir of a disbeliever, nor can a disbeliever be the heir of a Muslim''.

Blood money

Ibn Kathir also narrates that in relation to blood money, Muaweyah changed the Sunnah, namely that a non-Muslim's blood money would be equal to that of a Muslim, but Muaweyah halved it and kept the other half for himself

Sunni reference: Al Bidayah Volume 8 page 139).
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Distribution of War Booty

''In the distribution of war booty Muaweyah acted in violation to Book of God and his Sunnah. The Qur'an and Sunnah dictated that the fifth portion of war booty be placed into the treasury and the remaining four / fifths be distributed amongst the troops that parti ted in the battle, but Muaweyah issued an order that from the war booty gold and silver would be removed, and the remainder would be distributed''.

Sunni reference: Tabaqat ibn Sad Volume 7 pages 28-29

Muaweyah took interest

Sunni references:

Muwatta Book 31, Number 31.16.33

Sahih Muslim Book 010, Number 3852

Imam Thahavee's Mana al Ahsaar page 262

Eid prayers and Adhan

Imam of Ahl e Sunnah Al Hafiz Jajauddin Suyuti in his Tarikh al Khulafa writes that:

''Zuhri narrates in relation to the Salat of Eid, the first to deliver the Khutba before the Salat was Muaweyah bin Abu Sufyan''.

Sunni reference: Tarikh ul Khulafa page 200

''Imam Zuhri narrates that Rasulullah (s), Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman lead the Eid Salat without Adhan, but Muaweyah introduced the Adhan in the Eid prayer''.

Sunni reference: Kitab al Ilm Volume 1 page 229

''There is a difference of opinion over who introduced the Adhan in Eid Salat. Ibn Sheba has a tradition with a Sahih Isnad attributing this to Muaweyah, whilst Shaafi states Ibn Ziyad introduced this in Basra, Daud claims that Marwan introduced this - but the vast bulk of traditions do not support this. Muaweyah introduced this in the same way that he introduced the khutba of Eid before Salat''.

Sunni reference: Ibn Hajar Asqalani in Fathul Bari Volume 2 page 529

Muaweyah deemed it it permissible for a man to marry two sisters at any one given time.

Imam of Ahl e Sunnah Al Hafiz Jajauddin Suyuti in his Durre Manthur records the following fatwa of Muaweyah (L):

''Qasim bin Muhammad records that Muaweyah was asked whether it was permissible for a man to marry two sisters at any one given time. Muaweyah replied 'There is nothing wrong with that'. Upon hearing this reply, Numan bin Basheer asked 'You have issued this fatwa?' to which Muaweyah replied 'yes'.

Sunni reference: Durre Manthur Volume 2 page 477

Muaweyah declared Ziyad (another of Abu Sufyan's illigitimate sons) as his brother

''Muaweyah declaring that Ziyad was his brother, was the first act that was in open contradiction to the laws of Sharia because Rasulullah (s) said that the legitimate child is one born from wedlock''

Sunni reference: Tarikh Kamil Volume 3 page 225

Hafiz Jalaluddeen Suyuti also acknowledges this in Tareekh ul Khulafa:

''Muaweyah declaring Ziyad to be the son of Abu Sufyan was the first act that contradicted an order of Rasulullah''.

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh&hp) ordered the killing of Muaweyah in the event of him becoming Caliph

Allah's Messenger (pbuh&hp)said, ''If you see Muaweyah on my pulpit then kill him''

Sunni references:

Mizan al-Itidal Volume 2 page 17; Volume 2 page 129 on the authority of Abu Said al Khudri; Volume 7 page 324 and Volume 8 page 74;

''Tadhib al Tadhib'' by Ibn Hajar Asqalani Volume 5 page 110 (Hyderabad edition);

Kunz al Haqaiq by al Mu'awi page 9;

Tabaqat by Ibn Sad Volume 4 page 134-135 (Leiden edition);

al Kamil fi Safa al Rijal Volume 2 page 146 hadith number 343;

Ansab al Ashraf Volume 5 page 136;

Waq'at Sifeen page 216 and 221;

Tareekh Tabari Volume 8 page 186
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kekasih 12.12.10 - 04:09pm
Hazrat Hajr bin Adi (RA) was murdered along with other companions of the Prophet (p) for refusing to curse Hazrat Ali (AS)

Maulana Sayyid Abul A'la Maudoodi in his book ''Khilafat wa Mulukiyyat'' cites several classical sources providing the reason behind the murder of Hajr bin Adi. Under chapter 4 ''The elimination of freedom of speech'', he states:

''Hajr bin Adi was a pious companion of the Prophet (saws) and played a vital role in the correction of the Ummah. During Muaweyah's reign when the custom of cursing Ali from the pulpit's of Mosques began, hearts of the Muslims were being bled dry but people bit their tongues fearing death. In Kufa Hajr bin Adi could not remain silent and he began to praise Ali (ra) and condemn Muaweyah. Until Mughira remained the Governor of Kufa, he adopted a lenient attitude towards this, but when Ziyad's Governorship of Basra was extended to include Kufa, serious altercations arose. He would curse Ali (ra) during the khutba and Hajr would refute him.

On one occasion he (Hajr) warned Ziyad for being late for Jumma prayers. Ziyad then arrested him along with twelve of his companions on false accusations of forming an opposition group to overthrow the Khalifa and was cursing the Khalifa. He also gathered witnesses to testify against them alleging that they claimed that khilafath was the exclusive right of the lineage of Ali ibne Abi Talib and further accused them of creating an uproar, throwing out the commander and of supporting Abu Turab Ali, of sending blessings upon him and hating his enemies. From amongst these witnesses, Qadi Shudhri's testimony was used. He later wrote to Muaweyah that the blood and property of people who said they offered Salat, paid zakat, and performed Hajj and Umrah, preached right and declared that evil was haram, however if you want to kill them so be it, otherwise forgive them.

The accused were sent to Muaweyah and he sentenced them to death. A condition was placed that if they cursed Ali (ra) and showed their hatred to him they would be pardoned. They refused and Hajr said I will not say that thing that will displease Allah'.

Finally he and his seven companions were murdered. From amongst them Abdur Rahman bin Hassan was sent back to return with a written instruction that he be murdered in the worst possible manner, Ziyad buried him alive.''

Sunni references :

Tarikh al Tabari, Volume 4 page 190 - 208

al Istiab by Ibn Abdul Barr Vol I page 135

Tarikh by Ibn Athir Volume 3 page 234 - 242

al Bidayah al Nihaya by Ibn Kathir, Volume 8 page 50 -55

Ibn Khaldoon Volume 3 page 13

The Sunni Muslims love Hazrat Ali (AS) and and his adherents and hence have been particularly critical of the killing of Hajr bin Adi (RA) and his companions. Mufti Ghulam Rasul a modern day Hanafi scholar in his biography of Imam Jafar Sadiq ''Subeh al Sadiq'' discusses a number of topics including the slaughter of Hujr bin Adi. *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 04:12pm
''Hajr and his associates were killed in 51 Hijri and I pray that Allah (swt) showers his mercy upon them. Verily they sacrificed their to protect the honour and dignity of the Lion of Allah, 'Ali. Their murderers told them that they would be saved if they cursed 'Ali - they refused saying 'We shall not do that which shall cause the wrath of Allah (swt). This is because Hajr and his companions knew that the truth was with 'Ali, he was the example of Harun, he was the brother of the Prophet (p) in this world and the next, 300 verses had descended in his praise, 'Ali was with the Qur'an and the Qur'an was with 'Ali, to look at 'Ali's face was an act of worship, to hate 'Ali was an act of Kufr and to have love and faith in 'Ali was a part of Iman. Rasulullah (p) said that the sign of a momin was love for 'Ali and the sign of a munafiq was hatred of 'Ali. It was in light of these facts that Hajr and his companions refused to disassociate themselves from 'Ali, they happily accepted death and willingly sacrificed their lives due to their love for 'Ali''.

Sunni reference: Subeh al-Sadiq pages 93 & 94

Hadhrath Ayesha narrated that Rasulullah (p) said:

''Whoever kills Hajr will incur the wrath of Allah''.

Sunni reference: Kanz al Ummal Volume 7 page 87

One other move by the Wahabis is to propgate against the holy family of the Prophet (p). Muaweyah's rebellion against the rightful caliph, Imam Ali (AS) is defended by the illigitimate offsprings of Abu Sufyan, Sipah e Sahaba etc. till this day. I now present some facts which clarify such matters.
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kekasih 12.12.10 - 04:31pm
Whoever hates Hazrat Ali (AS) is a Munafiq (hypocrite)

The first Imam of Shia Muslims and the 4th rightful caliph of Sunni Muslims said:

''By him who split up the seed and created something living, the Apostle (may peace and blessing be upon him) gave me a promise that no one but a believer would love me, and none but a hypocrite would nurse grudge against me.''

Sunni reference:
Sahih Muslim, English version, Chapter x x xIV, p46, Tradition 141

Companion of the Prophet (p) Abu Said al Khudri said:

''We recognized the hypocrites by their hatred of Ali.''

Sunni references:

Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v2, p639, Tradition 1086
al-Isti'ab, by Ibn Abd al-Barr, v3, p47
al-Riyad al-Nadirah by al-Muhibb al-Tabari, v3, p242


The Messenger of Allah said: ''Whoever hurts Ali, has hurt me''

Sunni references:

Musnad Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v3, p483;
al-Sawa'iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p263


The Messenger of Allah said: ''Whoever curses Ali, cursed me''

Sunni references:

al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p121, who mentioned this tradition is Authentic;
Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v6, p323;
Mishkat al-Masabih, English version, Tradition 6092;
Tarikh al-Khulafa, by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, p173


The Messenger of Allah said: ''Whoever leaves Ali, leaves me, whoever leaves me, leaves Allah''

Sunni reference:

Kanz ul Ummal, hadith numbers 32974 - 32976, narrated by Abdullah ibneUmar through two chains and Abu Dharr Ghaffari (ra).

The Messenger of Allah said: ''Whoever obeys 'Ali, obeys me, whoever obeys me, obeys Allah, whoever disobeys 'Ali disobeys me, whoever disobeys me, disobeys Allah''

Sunni reference:

Kanz ul Ummal, hadith numbers 32973

Mohibuddeen al Tabari in Riyad ul Nadira narrates from Hazrat Abu Bakr that the Messenger of Allah said: ''Love of 'Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Hussain is a sign of one being legitimate, hatred of them is the sign of one being illegitimate''.

Sunni reference:

Riyad ul Nadira Volume 3 page 117 Chapter 116

Imam of Ahl'ul Sunnah Ibn Atheer in his ''Nihaya'' records that:

''Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq said that certain types of individuals will never have love towards us, those of illegitimate stock and those that possess an addiction to the (hmos*xual)''

After reading the above two traditions, who would want to be a member of Sipah e Sahaba or Lashkar e Jhangavi? Only Wahabis! No wonder Azam Tariq named his son Muaweyah.

The reasons for demolishing the shrines of Syeda Fatima Zahra (SA), daughter of the Holy Prophet (p) in Madina by the Saudi regime also become clear.

The Messenger of Allah said:

'''Ali is with the Qur'an and the Qur'an is with 'Ali, the two shall not separate until the meet me at the Fountain of Kauthar''

Sunni Reference:

Kanz ul Ummal - Tradition 32912

The Messenger of Allah said:

''Ali is with the Truth and the Truth is with 'Ali''

Sunni Reference:

Kanz ul Ummal Tradition 33018

''Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said regarding 'Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husayn (Allah be pleased with them all): I am at peace with those with whom you make peace and I am at war with those with whom you make war.''

Sunni References:

Sunan Ibn Majah, English translation by Muhammad Tufail Ansari, Volume 1 page 81
Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v2, p767, Tradition 1350
al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p149


Hazrat Ali (AS) declared Muaweyah as his enemy

''Praise belongs to Allah Who made our enemy ask about something that had occurred to him in the matter of his deen. Muaweyah wrote to me asking about the ambiguous hermaphrodite''

Sunni Reference:

History of the Khalifas who took the right way (Part English translation of Suyuti's Tarikh'ul Khulafa'' page 184)

Mother of the Believers, Lady Ayesha compared Muaweyah's government to that of Firawn (Pharoah) and other Kaafirs (Pagans)

Aswat bin Yazeed said to Hadhrath Ayesha: 'Aren't you surprised that this Muaweyah is from Tulaqa (freed captive) and in Khilafath he fought the companions? Ayesha replied ''This government and kingdom, Allah (swt) gives Leadership to both just and tyrannical, for 400 years in Egypt the enemies of God, Phiraun ruled as did other Kaafir Kings''.

Sunni references:

Shaykh ul Mudira page 165
al Bidaya 131 Volume 8
Mukhtasar Ta'reekh al-Dimishk Volume 25 page 42


Saying Radiallahanho (Allah be pleased with him) with Muaweyah's name

Hanafi scholar Maulana 'Abdul Hakeem Chishti in his biography of Maulana Waheed uz Zaman cited his comments from ''Waheed ai Lughath'':

''To say Radiallahanho after Muaweyah's names takes a considerable amount of courage''.

The Messenger of Allah cursed Muaweyah's stomach

Ibn e Abbas narrates that:

''I was playing with children and Allah's Apostle (peace be upon him) happened to pass by (us). I hid myself behind the door. He (the Prophet) came and he patted upon my shoulders and said: Go and call Muaweyah. I returned and said: He is busy in taking food. He again asked me to go and call Muaweyah to him. I went (and came back) and said that he was busy in taking food, whereupon he said: May Allah not fill his belly! Ibn muth*nna said: I asked Umm Umayyah what he meant by the word Hatani. He said: It means ''he patted my shoulders''.

Sunni reference:

Sahih Muslim Tradition number 6298

The Messenger of Allah cursed Muaweyah, his brother and father

''Imam Hasan reminded Muaweyah of the occasion ''when your father was riding a red camel you were in front of him and your brother Utbah was dragging the camel by its nose? On that occasion Rasulullah (s) cursed your father, brother and you''

Sunni references:

Ahl'ul Sunnah's Mukthul Husayn page 117 part 4
Waq'at Sifeen Volume 8 page 185


Mother of Believers Lady Ayesha cursed Muaweyah and Amr bin Aas after every prayer

''Following the death of Muhammad bin 'Abu Bakr the people of Egypt gave bayya to Muaweyah. It was following this (event) that Ummul Mu'mineen Ayesha would curse Muaweyah and Amr bin Aas after every Salaat''.

Sunni references:

Tadhkira ul Khawass page 62,
Tar'ikh Ibn al Wardi Voume 1 page 245
Tar'ikh Kamil Vol. 3 page 180


Muaweyah shall die a Kaafir

Abdullah ibne Umar narrates that he heard Rasulullah say:

''Muaweyah shall not die on the path of Islam''.

Sunni references:

Tareekh Tabari Volume 8 page 186
Waq'at Sifeen page 217


Both the above books on the same pages also record a similar hadith, this time narrated by Jabir bin Abdullah who testified that he heard Rasulullah (s) say:

''At the time of his death, Muaweyah shall not be counted as member of my Muslim Ummah''

Muaweyah shall be raised with a different Ummah on the day of Judgement

The Messenger of Allah said:

''From this door shall enter a man from my Ummah who shall be raised with another Ummah on the Day of Judgement, at that point Muaweyah came through the door''

Sunni reference:

Ansab al Ashraf Volume 5 page 132

Muaweyah shall be in the deepest part of Hell

The Messenger of Allah said:

''Verily Muaweyah shall be in the deepest part of Hell from where he shall shout 'Ya Hanan, Ya Manan' verily I have sinned and spread fitnah throughout the earth''.

Sunni reference: Lisan al Mizan Volume 1 page 284

The Messenger of Allah said:

''Muaweyah has a coffin in the deepest part of Hell, one that has a lock on it''.

Sunni reference: Ansab al Ashraf Volume 5 page 132

Hazrat Abdullah ibne Umar al Khattab had also condemned Muaweyah as follows:

''Verily Muaweyah's coffin is in the deepest part of Hell, Had Firawn not declared that he was the most superior God, nobody would have been in a deeper part of Hell than Muaweyah''.

Sunni reference: Waq'at Sifeen page 217

Muaweyah and his people are the sign of fire

''Rasulullah (s) said that Ali and his people (qawm) are the sign of paradise while Muaweyah and his people are the sign of the Fire''

Sunni references:

al-Haythami, Majma al-Zawa'id, 9:406
Kanz al-ummal, 7:63 (Haydarabad)


The Messenger of Allah informed Hazrat Ali of the rebel group

The Messenger of Allah said:

''O Ali! Soon a rebellious group will fight against you, you will be on the truth. Whoever does not support you on that day will not be from us''

Sunni reference: Kanz al Ummal, by Ali Muttaqi al Hind quoting Ibn Asakir, hadith number 32970

The Messenger of Allah said:

''After me people shall experience fitna, you will split into groups, he then pointed at 'Ali and said Ali and his companions shall be on the right path''

Sunni reference: Kanz ul Ummal hadith number 33016

''Rasulullah (s) told 'Ali that people have enmity to you, and it will open up after me''

Sunni reference: Riyad ul Nadira V 3 page 234

The Messenger of Allah said to Hazrat Ali:

''Protect yourself from your enemies who have a hatred in their hearts. Those who hate you, Allah's has cursed such individuals''

Sunni reference: Yanabi al Muwaddah p 135

Deobandi scholar Al Muhaddith Shah 'Abd al-'Aziz Dehlavi in his book written against the Shi'a states:

''The title Shi'a was first given to those Muhajireen and Ansar who gave allegiance (bay'ah) to Ali ( *

kekasih 12.12.10 - 05:15pm
Love of Allah By Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah The love of the Beloved must be unconditionally returned. If you claim love yet oppose the Beloved,
Then your heart is but a pretence.
You love the enemies of your Beloved
And still seek love in return.
You fight the beloved of your Beloved
Is this Love or the following of shaytaan?
True devotion is nothing but total submission
Of body and soul to One Love. We have seen humans who claim to submit, yet their loyalties are many. They put their trust here and their hopes there, And their love is without consequence. *

saiyed 25.12.11 - 12:19am
As salaamoalaykum; This whole artical is very informative.
I request the aothur of this artical to provide me his/her email id.
Jazak Allah kheiyr! *

kekasih 27.12.11 - 10:01pm
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