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Karamah, miracles among Salaf


 

1 - A'isha (R.Anha) seeing Jibrael (AS); Dalail An-Nubuwwah, Abu Nu'aym (pg 182). Ibn Sa'ad (Vol 4 pg 250) has reported a similar narration. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


2 - Jibrael (AS) consoles an Ansari Sahabi; Bazzaar and Tabraani, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.10 Pg.41). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


3 - Abdullah bin Abbas (RA) sees Jibrael (AS) whispering to Rasulullah s.a.w. Ahmad and Tabraani, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.276). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


4 - An angel teaches a Dua to Irbadh bin Sariyah (RA); Tabraani, Haythami (Vol 10 Pg. 184) has commented on the chain of narrators. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


5 - Angels greet and shake hands with Imran bin Husain (RA); Haakim (Vol.3 Pg.472), Ibn Sa'd (Vol.4 Pg.289), Ibn sa'd (Vol.4 Pg.288). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


6 - Salman (RA) asks angel of death to be gentle with him and the angel replies; Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol.1 Pg.204). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


7 - Ubai ibn Ka'b (RA) hears Jibrael (AS) speaking; Ibn Abi Dunya in his Kitaab udh Dhikr, as quoted in Targheeb wat Tarheeb (Vol.3 Pg.101) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


8 - An Angel speaks on the tongue of Abu Mafazzir (RA); lbn Jareer (Vol.3 Pg.118). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


9 - The palace of Heraclius shakes with the Takbeer of Sahabah; Haakim, as quoted in the Tafseer of ibn Katheer (Vol.2 Pg.251). The author of Kanzul Ummaal has reported the narration (Vol.5 Pg.322) from Bayhaqi and quotes from ibn Katheer that the chain of narrators is sound. Abu Nu'aym has reported a similar narration in his Dalaa'il (Pg 9). Similar narration quoted from Bayhaqi in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.63). Bukhaari has also reported a similar narration briefly in his Taareekh. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


10 - The city of Hims shakes with the Takbeer of Sahabah; Ibn Jareer (Vol.3 Pg.97). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


11 - 'Umar (RA) watches the condition of Muslim army led by Sariyah (RA) at a distant place and calls out to him; Ibn Mardway, as quoted In Isaabah (Vol.2 Pg.3). Abu Nu'aym in his Dalaa'il (Pg 210, 211) and Abu Abdur Rahmaan Sulami in his Arba'een have reported a similar narration. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


12 - The voice of Abu Qirsaafah (RA) reaches his son who was captured by the Romans; Tabraani, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.396) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


13 - Abu Musa Ash'ari (RA) hears unseen voices; Haakim (Vol.3 Pg.467). Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol.1 Pg.260). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


14 - People hear a voice reciting Qur'an from the body and grave of Abdullah bin Abbas (RA) when he passed away; Haakim (Vol.3 Pg.543). Tabraani has reported a similar narration from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.285). One of his narrations state that the bird was a crane, Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol. 1 Pg.329), Ibn Asaakir, as quoted in Muntakhab Kanzul Ummal (Vol.5 Pg.230). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


15 - A group of Muslims who lost their way are guided by a Jinn; Abu Nu'aym in his Dalaa'il (Pg. 128) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)

16 - Abu Dharr (RA) hears the Tasbeeh of some pebbles; Bayhaqi, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 pg. 132). Abu Nu'aym has reported a similar narration in his Dalaa'il (Pg.215) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


17 - Abdullah bin Mas'ood (RA) hears the Tasbeeh of food; Bukhaari, Tirmidhi has reported a similar narration, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.97). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


18 - Doorstep and walls say Ameen on d'ua; Tabraani, Bayhaqi, Abu Nu'aym In his Dalaa'il and Ibn Maajah. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


19 - Sahabah hear the sobbing of the tree trunk; Bukhaari, as quoted In Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.127). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


20 - Salman (RA) and Abu Dardaa (RA) hear the tasbeeh of the food. The pot falls down, topples over, but no food is spilled; Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol.1 Pg.224) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


21 - Abdullah bin 'Amr (RA) hears the fire speaking; Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol.1 Pg.289) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


22 - 'Umar (RA) speaks to a grave and hears the reply; Haakim, as quoted in Kanzul Ummaal (Vol. I Pg.267). Ibn Asaakir has reported a similar narration, as quoted in the Tafseer of Ibn Katheer (Vol.2 Pg.279). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


23 - 'Umar (RA) hears the speech of people buried in Baqi'; Ibn Abl Dunya and Ibn Sam'aani, as quoted in Kanzul Ummaal (Vol.8 Pg. 123) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


24 - Abdullah bin Umar (RA) sees Abu Jahl being punished in grave; Tabraani, Haythami (Vol.6 Pg.81) has commented on the chain of narrators. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


25 - Zaid bin Khaarija (RA) speaks after his death; Bayhaqi, reporting from reliable sources, as quoted In Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.156), Ibn Abi Dunya and Bayhaqi have also reported a more detailed narration, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.293). Tabraani In his Kabeer and Awsat, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.5 Pg.180). Ibn Mandah and Abu Nu'aym have reported a similar narration, as quoted in isaabah (Vol.2 Pg 24). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


26 - A Woman prays and his son comes back to life after his death; Ibn Abi Dunya, Bayhaqi, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg. 154 & 259). Abu Nu'aym has reported a similar narration in his Dalaa'il (Pg.224). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)

27 - Sand taken from Sa'd bin Mu'adh (RA)'s grave turns to Musk; Abu Nu'aym in his Ma'rifa. as quoted in Kanzul Ummaal (Vol.7 Pg.41). lbn Sa'd (Vol. 3 pg. 431) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


28 - Amir bin Fuhairah (RA)'s body is lifted to the sky and Sahabah watch it; Bukhaari. Bayhaqi has reported a similar narration, as has Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol.1 Pg.110) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


29 - Safeenah (RA) speaks to a Lion; Haakim (Vol 3 Pg.606), reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Dhahabi. Bukhaari has reported a similar narration in his Taareekh (Vol.2 Pg.179), as had Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Vol. I Pg.369) and his Dalaa'il (Pg.212). Ibn Mandah has also reporled it, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.5 Pg.316) and so has Tabraani, as quoted in Majma'uz Zawaa'id (Vol.9 Pg.366). Bazzaar and Tabraani, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.367). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


30 - A lion is submissive to Abdullah bin Umar (RA); Ibn Asaakir, as quoted In Kanzul Ummaal (Vol.7 Pg.59) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


31 - Auf bin Malik (RA) speaks to a lion; Tabraani, Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.357) has commented on the chain of narrators. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


32 - A wolf speaks to a shepherd; Ahmad and Tirmidhi, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Bayhaqi and quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg 143). Ahmad, Bayhaqi, Haakim and Abu Nu'aym have also reported similar narrations, as quoted in detail in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol 6 Pg.144,145). Ibn Wahab, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.146). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


33 - River Nile is made subservient to Umar (RA); Ibn Abdul Hakam in his Futuh Misr, Abu Sheikh in his Adhmah and Ibn Asaakir, as quoted in Muntakhab Kanzul Ummaal (V01.4 Pg.380). Laalkaa'ee has reported a similar narration, as quoted In the Tafseer of Ibn Katheer (Vol.3 Pg.464). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


34 - The ocean obeys the command of Abu Rayhaana (RA); Ibraheem bin Junayd in his Kitaabul Awliyaa, as quoted In Isaabah (Vol.2 Pg 157). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


35 - Alaa bin Hadhrami (RA) and his companions cross the sea on foot and riding on animals; Abu Nu'aym in his Hilya (Pg.207), Bayhaqi, Bukhari in his Tareekh. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


36 - Sa'd (RA) and his companions cross the river Tigris on foot and on animals; Abu Nu'aym in his Dalaa'il (Pg.208). The narration is also reported in the Taareekh of Tabari (Vol.3 Pg 119) and in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.7 Pg.64). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


37 - Fire obeys Tameem Dari (RA); Abu Nu'aym in his Dalaa'il (Pg.212). Bayhaqi has reported a similar narration, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.153), Baghawi, as in isaabah (Vol3 Pg.497). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


38 - Light appears for Qataadah bin Numan (RA) from a branch; Ahmad and Bazzaar, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.2 Pg.167). Tabraani, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.2 Pg.40). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


39 - Light appears for Usayd bin Hudhair and Abbad bin Bishr (RA) showing them the way; Bukhaari. (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


40 - Light appears from the fingers of Hamzah bin Amr Aslami (RA); Bukhaari in his Taareekh, Bayhaqi and Tabraani, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.152) and (Vol.8 Pg.213). Tabraani has reported from reliable sources, as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.411). Abu Nu'aym has also reported the narration in his Dalaa'il (Pg.206). lbn Sa'd (Vol.4 Pg.315). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


41 - Light appears from the staff of Abu Abs (RA); Bayhaqi, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.6 Pg.152). Abu Nu'aym has reported a similar narration In his Dalaa'il (Pg.205), as has Haakim (Vol.3 Pg.350). Isaabsh (Vol.4 Pg. 130). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


42 - The whip of Tufayl bin Amr Dawsi (RA) lights up; Ibn Mandah and Ibn Asaakir, as quoted in Kanzul Ummaal (Vol.7 Pg.78) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


43 - A cloud shades 'Amr bin Abasa (RA) wherever he goes; Abu Nu'aym, as quoted in lsaabah (Vo1.3 Pg.6). (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


44 - Umm Ayman (RA) drinks water from a bucket suspended from the sky; Ibn Sa'd (Vol.8 Pg.224) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


45 - Water in the well increases after Husain bin 'Ali (RA) gargled with it's water and returns it to the well; Ibn Sa'd (Vol.5 Pg.144) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


46 - Khubayb (RA) receives grapes from unseen source; Ibn Ishaaq, as quoted in Isaabah (Vol. 1 Pg.419) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


47 - Rasulullah s.a.w gives water for drinking to 'Uthman (RA) when he was in house arrest; Ibn Abi Dunya, as quoted in Al Bidaayah wan Nihaayah (Vol.7 Pg.182) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


48 - A rat gives 17 Dinars to Miqdad bin Aswad (RA); Abu Nu'aym in his Dalaa'il (Pg 165) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


49 - A branch turn into a sword for Ukaasha bin Mihsin (RA); Ibn Sa'd (Vol.1 Pg.188) (Hayatu Sahaba – M.Yusuf rah.)


50 - Seeking Allah's help through the agency of Rasulullah s.a.w hairs; Tabraani and Abu Ya'la, reporting from reliable sources as confirmed by Haythami (Vol.9 Pg.349). Haakim (Vol.3 Pg.299) has reported a similar narration, as has Abu Nu'aym in his Dalaa'il (Pg. I59). Abu Nu'aym, as quoted In Kanzul Ummal (Vol.7 Pg.31).


51 - Ibn Mas'ud (RA) narrated: "A man from among the humans went out and was met by a man from among the jinn, who said: "Will you wrestle with me? If you throw me to the ground, I will teach you an verse which, if you recite it when you enter your house, no devil will enter." So, he wrestled with him and threw him to the ground. He said: "I see that you are very small and your forearms are like the front paws of a dog. Are all the jinn like this or only you?" He said: "I am strong amongst them. Let us wrestle again." So, they wrestled again and the human threw him to the ground. So, the jinn said: "Recite Ayat al-Kursi, for no one recites it when he enters his house except that Satan leaves, passing wind like a donkey.""

It was said to Ibn Mas'ud (RA): "Was that man 'Umar?"

He said: "Who else could it have been, other than 'Umar?"

['Majma' az-Zawa'id'; 9/71, and it is authentic]


52 - Sa'id bin al-Musayyib narrated:

"Zayd bin Kharijah al-Ansari (RA) died during the reign of 'Uthman bin 'Affan (RA). When he was wrapped in a shroud and being prepared for burial, a gurgling sound was heard coming from his chest, then Zayd got up and said: "Ahmad! Ahmad! He is in the first Book! Abu Bakr has spoken the truth! 'Umar has spoken the truth! 'Uthman has spoken the truth!""

['al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah'; 6/293; and it is authentic]

Sa'id then said:

"Then, another man died shortly thereafter. When he was wrapped in a shroud and being prepared for burial, a gurgling sound was heard coming from his chest. The man then got up and said: "Zayd bin Kharijah has spoken the truth!""

['Majma' az-Zawa'id'; 8/230, and it is authentic]


53 - A'ishah r.anha narrated: "When he was on his deathbed, my father said to me: "Verily, you have two brothers and two sisters." So, I became startled at this, as I only had two brothers and one sister. He referred to his then-pregnant wife, Bint Kharijah, saying: "I see that she is pregnant with a girl," and that turned out to be exactly the case."

[Reported by ash-Shatibi in 'al-Muwafaqat' (4/85), and Ibn Taymiyyah mentioned it in 'Majmu' al-Fatawa' (11/318)]


54 - The Romans imprisoned a son of the Companion, Abu Qurfasah (RA). So, whenever it was time for prayer, Abu Qurfasah would climb the wall of 'Asqalan (in Syria) and call out: "O, son! It is time to pray!" And, his son would hear him all the way from the land of the Romans."

['Majma' az-Zawa'id' (9/396), and it is authentic]


55 - Ibn 'Abbas (RA) died in at-Ta'if, and a bird, the likes of which had never been seen before, was seen at his funeral. The bird entered the hole in the ground where Ibn 'Abbas was to be buried. So, we looked and waited to see if it would come out, and it didn't. When his body was finally placed in the ground, we could hear the verse {"O, the one in rest and satisfaction! Come back to your Lord, Well-pleased and well-pleasing!"} [al-Fajr; 27-8] being recited from the edge of his grave, but we were unable to find out who had recited it."

[Reported by al-Hakim in 'al-Mustadrak' (3/543), and it is authentic]


56 - When the bodies of the martyrs of Uhud were being relocated forty years after their burial (during the reign of Mu'awiyah), the foot of Hamzah bin 'Abd al-Muttalib (RA) was scratched in the process of being moved, and it started gushing blood."

['al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah'; 4/43, and it is authentic]


57 - Abu Hurayrah (RA) narrated:

"al-'Ala' al-Hadrami (RA) supplicated for rain, and it then began to rain in the middle of the desert. In another incident, he supplicated, and we were able to walk over the water in the Arabian Peninsula (near Bahrain), without even the bottom of our feet getting wet. When he died, we buried him, and after a while, we opened up his grave to find that he was not there."

['Majma' az-Zawa'id'; 9/276]


58 - When Sa'd (RA) and the Muslim army arrived at the Tigris River during the battle of Qadisiyyah, Salman (RA) stopped and said: "A river from the rivers of Allah. Will it not carry the soldiers of Allah?" So, he took Sa'd (RA) by the hand and stepped onto the water, leading all 30,000 soldiers across the Tigris River on foot. The Persians saw this and escaped, saying: "The demons have arrived! The demons have arrived!""

[Reported by at-Tabari in 'at-Tarikh' (3/123), and Ibn Kathir in 'al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah' (7/64)]


59 - Khayshamah (RA) narrated:

"Khalid bin al-Walid (RA) came to a man carrying a jug of alcohol, so, he said: "O Allah! Turn it into honey!" So, it turned into honey."

[Reported by Ibn Hajar in 'al-Isabah fi Ma'rifat as-Sahabah'; p. 414]


...and these were collected from various other sources (Ibn al-Jawzi's 'Sifat as-Safwah,' Ibn Taymiyyah's 'al-Furqan,' adh-Dhahabi's 'Siyar,' etc.):


60 – Usayd bin Hudayr (RA) narrated:...that while he was reciting 'al-Baqarah' at night, and his horse was tied beside him, the horse was suddenly startled and troubled. When he stopped reciting, the horse became quiet, and when he started again, the horse was startled again. Then, he stopped reciting, and the horse became quiet, too. He started reciting again, and the horse was startled and troubled once again. Then, he stopped reciting, and his son, Yahya, was beside the horse. He was afraid that the horse might trample him. When he took the boy away and looked towards the sky, he could not see it.

The next morning he informed the Prophet who said: "Recite, O Ibn Hudayr! Recite, O Ibn Hudayr!" Ibn Hudayr replied: "O Messenger of Allah! My son, Yahya, was near the horse, and I was afraid that it might trample him, so, I looked towards the sky, and went to him. When I looked at the sky, I saw something like a cloud containing what looked like lamps, and I went out in order not to see it." The Prophet said: "Do you know what that was?" Ibn Hudayr replied: "No." The Prophet said: "Those were Angels who came near you for your voice, and if you had kept on reciting till dawn, it would have remained there till morning for the people to have seen it, as it would not have disappeared."

['Sahih al-Bukhari'; # 5018]


61 – Adh Dhabi (RA) reported: Salman al-Farisi (RA) and Abu ad-Darda' (RA) were eating out of a dish. Suddenly, the dish - or what was in the dish - began to say 'Subhan Allah.'"

['Siyar A'lam an-Nubala''; 2/348]


62 – Anas bin Malik (RA) narrated: One night, 'Ubad bin Bishr (RA) and Usayd bin Hudayr (RA) left the residence of the Prophet on a very dark night. Suddenly, a light appeared that lit their way for them. When they parted ways, the light disappeared."

['Sahih al-Bukhari' (3805), the 'Musnad' of Ahmad (3/138), 'al-Mustadrak' of al-Hakim (3/288), and 'Siyar A'lam an-Nubala'' (1/299)]


63 – Abu Hurairah (RA) narrated:...that Bint al-Harith said, when Khubayb bin 'Udayy (RA) was a prisoner of the Quraysh in Makkah: "...By Allah, one day, I saw him eating from a bunch of grapes in his hand while he was locked in a steel cage, and there were no crops growing in Makkah at the time."

['Sahih al-Bukhari' (3045, 3889, 4086, 7402) and 'Siyar A'lam an-Nubala'' (1/249)]


64 – Urwah bin Zubair (RA) narrated: When 'Amir bin Fuhayrah (RA) was martyred, 'Amir bin at-Tufayl (RA) saw his body being lifted into the air. We considered that these were the Angels lifting him."

['al-Isabah fi Ma'rifat as-Sahabah'; 4/247]


65 – Umm Ayman (R.Anha) narrated: "When I was making hijrah, and had no supplied or water with me, I was about to die of thirst. I was fasting, and when it was time to break my fast, I heard a noise above my head. So, I looked up, and saw a waterskin hanging above my head. I drank from it until I had quenched my thirst, and I was never thirsty again for the rest of my life."

[''Siyar A'lam an-Nubala'' (2/224), 'at-Tabaqat' of Ibn Sa'd (/224), and 'al-Isabah' (4/415)]


66 – Ibn Hajar rah. narraed:...that when az-Zanayrah (R.Anha) was tortured by the mushrikin so that she would renounce her Islam, her eyesight was taken away. So, the mushrikin said: "al-Lat and al-'Uzza took away her eyesight!" So, she said: "No, by Allah!" So, her eyesight was returned.

['al-Isabah fi Ma'rifat as-Sahabah'; 4/305]





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