Complete Hadith-e Kisa(حَدِيثُ اَلكِسَاء) with English and Urdu -e-Kisa (Tradition of the Cloak) حَدِيثُ اَلكِسَاء Prophet Muhammad peace be upon. Jump to Hadith of the Cloak - Ahl al-Kisa or the People of the Cloak, are the Islamic prophet, Muhammad; his daughter, Fatimah; his cousin and son-in-law. Description. Complete Hadith-e Kisa(حَدِيثُ اَلكِسَاء) with English translation. Hadith-e-Kisa (Tradition of the Cloak) حَدِيثُ اَلكِسَاء Prophet Muhammad peace be.


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The hadith is an account of an incident where Muhammad hadees e kisa Hassan, Husayn, Ali, and Fatimah under his cloak. This is referred to in several hadiths, including within Sahih Muslimwhere Muhammad is quoted as saying Ahl al-Bayt, or the People of the House, from the second part of verse of purification ayat ul-tahir.

For the Shia, it is the basis of the doctrine that the leader of the Muslims should be purified per Quran Generally, Sunnis also accept the spiritual significance of the event of purification as exalted in the Quran and elaborated upon by Saheeh Hadith see belowbut do not subscribe to the political authority that the Shia infer from this belief.

A narration attributed to 'A'isha reports: He wrapped him under it, then came Husain and he wrapped him under it along with the other one Hasan.

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Then came Fatima and he took her under it, then came 'Ali and he also took him under it and then said: God desires to take away any uncleanliness from you, O people of the household, and purify you thorough purifying " Sunnis tend to view this as Sahih and have included it in Sahih Muslim [2] Summary of the arguments[ edit ] Context[ edit ] Certain Sunni scholars hold that the wives of Muhammad were included in the second part of the verse They reject the notion that the end of this verse would be a stand-alone blessing, meant exclusively for Muhammad, Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husain, as they have in mind the context of the verse as a whole and the one preceding it.

The Shia counter-argument is that the verse itself says "only," implying that the blessing of this merit is exclusive to a single group and one other than the wives, i. God desires to keep away the uncleanness from "only" you, "O people of the House," and not from anyone else, and this is why the six stern commandments of the other verses are given to the wives, because they are not protected and must act accordingly; the "people of the house", on hadees e kisa other hand, need no such instructions.

The Shia also point out that the rhetoric changes to a masculine tone in the final part of the verse whereas it was feminine before that. As Laudian Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford, Wilfred Madelung made the hadees e kisa observation on the verse of purification: Who are the 'people of the house' here?

The pronoun referring to them is in the masculine plural, while the preceding part of the verse is in the feminine plural. In spite of the obvious Shia significance, the great majority of the reports quoted by al-Tabari in his commentary on this verse support this interpretation.

The preceding verses contain instructions to the wives hadees e kisa the Prophet, and there the verbs and pronouns are in the feminine plural; but in this verse, addressed to the People of the House, the pronouns are in the masculine plural. To whom then does it refer?

Ahl al-Kisa

The Incident of Mubahala[ edit ] Main article: Event of Mubahala According to the Sunni hadith collections, it is narrated that during the 9th through the 10th year after hijraan Arab Christian envoy from Najran currently in northern Yemen and partly in Saudi Arabia came to the Muhammad to argue which of the two parties erred in its doctrine concerning Jesus Quran 3: Muhammad offered to do the Arabic hadees e kisa known as Mubahala, where each conflicting party should cover themselves, and together all parties ask God sincerely to destroy and inflict with curses on the lying party and their families.

Muhammad, to prove to them that he is a prophet, brought his daughter Fatimah and his surviving grandchildren, Hasan and Hussain, and Ali ibn Abi Talib and came back to the Christians and said this is my family ahl and covered himself and his family with a cloak.

This hadith provides the background for the "purification verse" or ayah al-tatheer from surah Al-Ahzab in the Quran whereby God explicitly identified the Ahlul Bayt: And abide quietly in your homes, and do not flaunt your charms as they used to hadees e kisa them in the old days of pagan ignorance; and be constant in prayer, and render the purifying dues, and pay heed unto God and His Apostle: God wishes to remove all filth and impurity from you, O People of the House of the Prophet, and to render you utterly free of all pollution.

She narrated that once her father visited her home, he had fever and was not feeling well, he asked for a Yemeni cloak which Fatimah brought to him and folded it around him. Later he was joined in that Yemeni cloak by his grandsons Hassan and Husayn, who were followed by their father Ali, who was cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad.

Finally, Fatimah asked the permission to enter that cloak.

When all five of them joined together under the cloak, Muhammad narrated the Quranic verse Muhammad then prayed to God to declare all five of them as his Ahl al-Bayt hadees e kisa keep away the Najasat impurities.

At that request, God immediately sent Gabriel to reveal to Muhammad that all the five under the cloak are dearest and closest to God and they are Tahir purest of the pure without any traces of impurities.

For example, at the gathering that was convened after the death of Umar in to select a caliph, Ali made the following argument: Muhammad, Ali, Fatimah, Hassan and Husayn.