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« on: June 13, 2021, 04:17:40 am »




Anas bin Malik:

Another person who went berserk forging ahadith was this man.  Those tainted outlets of hadith claim he was taken to the Prophet's (pbuh) household to work as a servant/apprentice when he was 10-years-old.  This was in Medinah.  The beloved Prophet (pbuh) resided in Medinah for 10 years, until his passing in 10 AH or 632 AD.   That means by 10 AH Anas was barely 20 years of age and of the status of a servant.   It's a matter of common sense, how much would a person of that age, and a servant, know about the people of the household he is working in?   Why would the members of that household pick a 10-year-old servant as their confidant?  How much of details about the household where he worked would a 10-year-old remember?  Yet Anas b. Malik is so full of illogical and rude forgeries stealing the name of the beloved Prophet (pbuh), second to Abu Huraira (the champ liar), as if his brain was a hard disk drive with endless memory .. as if the world consists of fools! 

Writes Encyclopedia.org: "When Anas was ten, his mother placed him in the care of the Prophet Muhammad as a servant. At Madinah he lived in close proximity to the Prophet and later passed on to historians much information about daily life in Muhammadís household, including details such as the household implements and furnishings he had, the clothing he wore, and the food he ate. Anas was present at the Battle of Badr in 624, but, because of his young age, he took no part in the combat. He remained in Muhammadís service until the Prophetís death in 632.  Later Life:  Anas Ibn Malik later served in the military during the expansion of Islam. He became imam at Basrah, Iraq, a center of hadith transmission .. He died at Basrah around the year of 700, when he was perhaps more than one hundred years old."   

So .. as one can gauge, he had plenty of opportunity to weave tales in his later life similar to Abu Huraira.  Just as Abu Huraira sat in Muawiyah's palace making it into his hadith forging/producing factory, Anas started the same business later in life when he joined the military.



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« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2021, 04:20:26 am »



He and Abu Huraira were neck and neck ... not easy to sum up which one forged more.
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« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2021, 03:56:15 am »



They surmise Anas was more than 100-years-old when he died.  According to their own info and calculation in that encyclopedia link it doesn't add up, simple maths.  The Prophet (pbuh) passed in 632 AD after 10 years of his life in Medinah.  At that time Anas was supposedly 10 years old.  In that case he was obviously born around 622 AD.  And if he died in 700 AD in Basra, he would be 88 years of age at death.   How on earth did he become 100 plus years at the time of his death? 
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« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2021, 03:59:52 am »



That's right Sister Heba.   
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