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Why is Abu Huraira not trustworthy?

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@AnotherShepherd @sidnaq

Read Amir Hussien's post. This is why we don't accept hadith from Abu Hurairah. It is very interesting to note even Umar rebuked him and according a hadith I read, threatened to send him back to "the land of Dus"  if he continued to fabricate hadiths.

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how can we trust abu hurairah whos father name is unknown and many says he was fantasy man and didnt exist and if he did he used to lie only and why should we trust him when we have Ahlulbayt As who are without a doubt trustworthy and he used to make fake hadiths which dont even match with Quran so its not possible to believe in such man father of cats

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11 hours ago, amirhosein_88 said:

Concerning Abu-Hurairah's life before Islam, not much information is in hand other than what he himself has said. He says that in his childhood his only playmate was a small cat, and he himself was a poor orphan who would work for others in order not to starve. In his book, Al-Ma'aref, Daynouri says he was of the Dus tribe in Yemen who was a poor orphan that moved to Madinah in the age of thirty and was one of the companions of "Saffah" there. (The companions of Saffah are those who migrated from Makkah with the Prophet (pbuh) and since they were extremely poor and had no family there, resided in the Prophet's mosque and went through a lot of hardship during that time.)[1]

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9 hours ago, Ībn Mūneer Āl-Feylī said:

@amirhosein_88

Salam and thanks for the response. Some of the references seem to be weak and un-accessible online. Namely the 5th reference, Mahmoud Aburayya, Adhwa’un alal-Sunnatil-Muhammadiyyah, pg. 200. 

Salamun alaykum.

If you know Arabic you can see the book at:

http://library.tebyan.net/ar/Viewer/Text/108386/1#1

Also see:

http://ar.wikishia.net/view/أبو_هريرة

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56 minutes ago, Sindbad05 said:

Hazrat Ayesha r.a

Why are you putting (ra) after Aisha? She didn't allow Hassan (as) to be buried next to Muhammad Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÂáå æÓáã, do you think that Allah was pleased what by He saw? Desist from such a thing, respecting revered Sunni personalities doesn't mean we should put (ra) after their names.

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14 minutes ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Why are you putting (ra) after Aisha? She didn't allow Hassan (as) to be buried next to Muhammad Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÂáå æÓáã, do you think that Allah was pleased what He saw? Desist from such a thing, respecting revered Sunni personalities doesn't mean we should put (ra) after their names.

Ok. I won't do that again. Using it just to avoid any conflict and you are true Allah never will be happy with those who oppressed Ahlebait a.s 

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