Dec 27, 2019 · In al-Shifā, Qāḍī ʿIyāḍ (d. 544 AH) mentions a particular hadith about the Prophet’s ascension on the authority of Abū al-Ḥamrāʾ, for which he cites the Baghdadi judge Ibn Qāniʿ (d. 351 AH).  In his gloss on al-Shifā titled Muzīl al-khafā, al-Shumunnī adds that the hadith is also recorded in Ibn Mājah’s Sunan. 
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In Islam, Hadith refers to the sayings and actions of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) and they are considered very significant because they contributed to the Islamic literature. There are several types of Hadith that provide commandments, instructions and guidance to the Muslims in their life and in general about the Islamic principles.Are the hadith weak or strong?
For example, the Hadith may oppose the laws of nature and wisdom which might make it “ weak “. There were several people (such as Muhammad ibn Sa’id al-Maslub) at that time in Arabia who themselves accepted the fabricating of Ahadith because they considered this act lawful.Is the hadith dai'f?
Abd Rahman bin Zaid bin Aslam, Abdullah ibn Lahi’ah (a popular judge from Hadith) and Abu Bakr bin Abi Maryam al-Himisi are some of the reporters of Hadith who does have extraordinary memory or character. Therefore, if there is some weakness in the text reported by any of these narrators then, the Hadith may fall in the category of Dai’f.Is the hadith about the Prophet's Ascension mentioned in Al-Shifā?
In al-Shifā, Qāḍī ʿIyāḍ (d. 544 AH) mentions a particular hadith about the Prophet’s ascension on the authority of Abū al-Ḥamrāʾ, for which he cites the Baghdadi judge Ibn Qāniʿ (d. 351 AH).  In his gloss on al-Shifā titled Muzīl al-khafā, al-Shumunnī adds that the hadith is also recorded in Ibn Mājah’s Sunan. 
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