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First of all, rozana ke binah per jo kal hadith sahih thi aaj us ko dhaif ya mawdu karar dey diya jata hai, yeh koi nai baat nahi hai lekin phir aap Abu Huraira ke deen per chalnay per raazi hain to aap ki maarzi. But just glance over the following passages before you continue to be a follower of the religion of Abu Huraira.Nahi nikal saktay, jaisay science mai ek scientists ki invention aaj tak mani jati hain issi tarha kuch sahaba kay baray mai koi doubt nahi keh inn say munsalik ahadees ghalat hoon gi , ab koi na manay to unki marzi.
Ibn Sa’ad in Tabaqat, Volume IV, page 90, Ibn Hajar Asqalani in Isaba, and Ibn Abd-e-Rabbih in Iqdu’l-Farid, Volume I, write that the Caliph said: “‘When I made you the governor of Bahrain, you had not even shoes on your feet, but now I have heard that you have purchased horses for 1,600 dinars. How did you acquire this wealth?’ He replied, ‘These were men’s gifts which profit has multiplied much.’ The Caliph’s face grew red with anger, and he lashed him so violently that his back bled. Then he ordered the 10,000 dinars which Abu Huraira had collected in Bahrain be taken from him and deposited in the account of the Baitu’-Mal.”
Ibn Abi’l-Hadid writes in his commentary on Nahju’l-Balagha, Volume I, page 360: “Abu Ja’far Asqalani has said: ‘According to our great men, Abu Huraira was a wicked fellow. The hadith narrated by him were not acceptable. Umar beat him with a lash and told him that he had changed hadith and had attributed false sayings to the Holy Prophet.'
” Ibn Asakir in his Ta’rikh Kabir and Muttaqi in his Kanzu’l-Umma report that Caliph Umar lashed him, rebuked him, and forbade him to narrate hadith from the Holy Prophet. Umar said: “Because you narrate hadith in large numbers from the Holy Prophet, you are fit only for attributing lies to him. (That is, one expects a wicked man like you to utter only lies about the Holy Prophet.) So you must stop narrating hadith from the Prophet; otherwise, I will send you to the land of Dus.” (A clan in Yemen, to which Abu Huraira belonged.)
Ibn Qutayba, in Ta’wil-e-Mukhtalifu’l-Hadith, and Hakim in Mustadrak, Volume III, and Dhahabi in Talkhisu’l-Mustadrak and Muslim in his Sahih, Volume II, reporting about the characteristics of Abu Huraira, all say that A’yesha repeatedly contradicted him and said, “Abu Huraira is a great liar who fabricates hadith and attributes them to the Holy Prophet.