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Umar Recites Poetry For Ibn Abi Wud?

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I am looking for historical narrations on the incident that ibn al khattab recited poetry in favor of ibn Abi Wud (la) at the battle of khandaq

from BOTH SHIA and SUNNI sources...

Is this event true?

Thanks

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the contradictions in Shia thought never cease. At one hand they propogate the view that companions were hypocrites and they kept their ill intentions in their heart while Ali et al were against Sahaba but Ali had to hide his ill will (due to some incomprehensible reasons) against the companions. Then on the other hand the shias look for explicit statement from the companions which show that they were bad and explicit statement from Ali deploring the companions.

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the contradictions in Shia thought never cease. At one hand they propogate the view that companions were hypocrites and they kept their ill intentions in their heart while Ali et al were against Sahaba but Ali had to hide his ill will (due to some incomprehensible reasons) against the companions. Then on the other hand the shias look for explicit statement from the companions which show that they were bad and explicit statement from Ali deploring the companions.

I don't know why those ahaadeeth are incomprehensible for you. Perhaps you should study them more.

Explicit statements from certain companions showing they were bad is contradictory how? You don't think they let out their inner desires once in a while only to be reprimanded and revert back to hiding their intentions?

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the contradictions in Shia thought never cease. At one hand they propogate the view that companions were hypocrites and they kept their ill intentions in their heart while Ali et al were against Sahaba but Ali had to hide his ill will (due to some incomprehensible reasons) against the companions. Then on the other hand the shias look for explicit statement from the companions which show that they were bad and explicit statement from Ali deploring the companions.

SAIMA I am asking a historical question, either u know the answer or not...Honestly i have no motive other then some uncle was mentioning it and I wanted to verify whther its true or not.

So did he recite poetry or not?

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