KANZUL UMMAL PDF

Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Is the Hadith below authentic? “What I fear for my followers is a large stomach, excessive sleep, idleness and lack of certainty (in faith).” (Kanz. book Kanzul ummal vol 13 hadees shareefin PDF format.

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Olives and prayed there as well and said: Had this verse something to do with what Qadianis assert Holy Prophet PBUH would surely have told his companions about it but he never said anything on those lines. To your umma, they even tend to use an ayah of the Quran and some Ahadith to prove his arrival in Kashmir.

So as a whole book, we can’t call it authentic like we call sahih bukhari or sahih muslim authentic books. Jerusalem and finished prayers in Al-Aqsa Mosque she climbed up to Mt.

Are Hadiths in the Book, Kanz Al Ummal, Authentic? – SeekersHub Answers

Assuming there is no repetition in the Tafsir, there are 26, reports more than what Al-Albani commented on and 39, more than Kanz. It’s a collection of 47, hadith by al-Mutaqqi al-Hindi. Given the figures we can speculate that there are at least 8, authentic reports in Immal but closer to 27, and there are at least 6, weak reports but closer to 31, with a buffer of 26, to 39, wiggle room between them. There is not even a shred of evidence for Qadiani stance.

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Kanzul Ummal Vol – 13

Some scholars have called the essence of this Hadith as true but surely this Hadith only points to the fact that Jesus PBUH also left his place for the sake of Deen and we just ,anzul how narrations and other evidences agree that he did travel to Egypt and then to a district around Damascus.

However, it is well known to be full of weak reports as the author and editor Suyuti and Hindi did not intend to collect only Sahih Hadith. There are two ways of approaching the answer and a buffer. Those who have known classical and basic tafasir know how ridiculous this assertion is.

Post as a guest Name. Albani called it Daeef in Silsala Daeefa No. Assuming Damascus to kaznul actually a reference to a broader region it can perhaps be understood to mean Nazareth where both Jesus PBUH and his Mother had to seek shelter on their return from Egypt for the fear of Archelaus.

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This narration has nothing in it to to help Qadianis! Not caring much about authenticity or anything. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. To date, no one has authenticated Kanz Al-Umal such that someone could give you a number. Many of it’s hadiths are weak.

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Same is the case here as explained above. Authenticity of Kanz al-Ummal? The narration is weak and unauthentic. Email Required, but never shown. The first is the safe count and the second is the more realistic count. First of them aknzul as:.

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We gave them both shelter on high ground, affording rest and security and furnished with springs. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Sadiq 2 Ujmal up or log in Sign up using Google. Ibn Asaakir it refers to Damascus. Some of the Ahmadiyya leaders try to stereotype contemporary Islamic scholarship as a whole using some narrations recorded in Hadith works.