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I came across this Hadith in Musnad Ahmad ibn Hanbal (Hadith no 25914) and it’s graded Sahih according to the conditions of both Bukhari and Muslim: Rough English translation- Aisha said: “the prophet was sick and came out with one arm on Fadhl Ibn Abbas and the other on another man. Ubaidullah said that Ibn Abbas told them: “Do you know the other man that Aisha didn’t name? It was Ali but Aisha doesn’t like mentioning him” This proves Aisha’s hatred towards Imam Ali as she can’t even stand mentioning his name Can a Sunni please explain?
I am talking about these two ahadith found in Sunni books: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Whoever prays like us and faces our Qibla and eats our slaughtered animals is a Muslim and is under Allah's and His Apostle's protection. So do not betray Allah by betraying those who are in His protection." Sahih al-Bukhari “Whoever offers the morning prayer, he is under the protection of Allah, so do not betray Allah by betraying those who are under His protection. Whoever kills him, Allah will seek him out until He throws him on his face into Hell.” Grade: Sahih So I should ask, how can the so called "Sunnis" who claim to be followers of the Sunnah, disbelieve in the above ahadith? Do they choose which part of the religion to believe in and which part to disbelieve in? Have they become like the Jews? Have they become so proud that now they and their scholars are better criteria for deeming a Muslim kafir than the Prophet himself? Or do they no longer believe in the near perfect authenticity of the Sahih al-Bukhari and their rijal books? My personal conclusion is that the vocal people among the Sunnis who do not consider Shias Muslim, are hypocrites. They are not subservient to God and his Prophet. Rather they are proud of themselves and the fact that they are not Shia. Now if anyone is willing to shed any light on these two ahadith or clear any misconception, I'm here to listen.
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