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Imam Hadi's (a.s.) Companions and the Narrators of his Traditions - Part 14

131. Muhammad bin ar-Rayyan bin as-Salt

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions and said he was reliable.225 An-Najashi said there were questions between him and Imam Abul Hasan al-Hadi (a.s.).226

132. Muhammad bin Sa’eed bin Kulthum al-Marwazi

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions and said he was a theologian.227 Al-Kashshi mentioned from Nasr bin as-Sabah that Muhammad bin Sa’eed al-Marwazi was from the prominent theologians in Naysabur.228

133. Muhammad bin Sulayman al-Jallab

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions.229

134. Muhammad bin Sayfi al-Kufi

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions.230

135. Muhammad bin Abdul Jabbar

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions and said he was reliable from Qum.231

136. Muhammad bin Abdur-Rahman al-Hamadani an-Nawfali

Al-Barqi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions and said he had letters with Abul Hasan al-Hadi (a.s.).232

137. Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Mihran al-Karkhi

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions and said he was accused of excessiveness and weakness.233 An-Najashi said, ‘He was excessive, a liar, irreligious, and unreliable and was famous for that. He had some books like “al-Mamdohin wel Mathmomin; the praised and the dispraised”, “Maqtal (murder of) Abul Khattab”, “Manaqib (virtues of) Abul Khattab”, “al-Malahim; battles or heroisms”, “at-Tabsirah; enlightenment”, “al-Qibab; domes”, and “an-Nawadir; rarities” which was the nearest of them to the truth whereas the others were full of falsehood.’234

138. Muhammad bin Abdullah an-Nawfali al-Hamadani

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions.235

139. Muhammad bin Ubaydillah at-Tahi

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions.236

140. Muhammad bin ‘Ali bin Eesa al-Ash’ari al-Qummi

Sheikh at-Tusi mentioned him as one of Imam al-Hadi’s companions.237
An-Najashi said, ‘Muhammad bin ‘Ali was a notable man in Qum and the emir on it appointed by the king. So was his father. He had questions with Abu Muhammad al-Askari (a.s.).’238

Notes:

    225. Ibid
    226. Rijal an-Najashi
    227. Rijal at-Tusi
    228. Rijal al-Kashshi
    229. Rijal at-Tusi
    230. Rijal at-Tusi
    231. Ibid
    232. Rijal al-Barqi
    233. Rijal at-Tusi
    234. Rijal an-Najashi
    235. Rijal at-Tusi
    236. Rijal at-Tusi
    237. Ibid
    238. Rijal an-Najashi

Adapted from : "The Life of Imam ‘Ali al-Hadi, Study and Analysis" by: "Baqir Shareef al-Qurashi"