The Hadith " Safin eye Noah's " in Sunni narrative and commentary sources
Keywords:Hadith, Safin a Noah, Ahl al-Bayt (AS), narrative sources, Sunnis
Hadith is the main source after the Holy Quran for receiving religious knowledge and Islamic culture, in all fields and at various levels, whether in the intellectual and doctrinal field, or in the scientific and jurisprudential field, and whether in the individual fields, or the social fields and mutual relations between members of society. There is many evidence in the hadiths of the Prophet (PBUH) that indicate the authority of the Sunnah of the Imams (PBUH). Knowledge of the imamate and religious authority of the pure Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them), and commitment to it, can be proven by observing the Sunnah of the Prophet, especially the hadith about “Safin eye Noah's.” This extensive and widespread use of the hadith indicates the authenticity of its origin from the Prophet (PBUH), because as we have seen, this hadith has been used repeatedly throughout the ancient history of narration and interpretation, in narrative and interpretive sources. The hadith comparing the Ahle al-Beyt of the Prophet (PBUH) to Safin aye Noah is one of the best hadiths that Muslim scholars have narrated in their works and books. Safin a hadith, after Ghadeer hadith and Saqalein hadith, is one of the hadiths that has a great reputation among hadith scholars. This hadith, which is one of the famous hadiths, emphatically states the need for people to follow Ali (pbuh) and the family of the Prophet (pbuh) after his death. In studying and investigating this topic, I have relied on the descriptive and analytical inductive approach using the library method that has studied this research. In this article, an attempt is made to extract and explain the extent of the hadith of Safin a in narrative and exegetical books of Sunnis, its various forms and words, as well as the coexistence of this hadith with other important hadiths, and finally it is shown that such a hadith - which not only Among the Shias, but also among the Sunnis, it has had a special reputation - it can be used as proof of the Imamate of the Ahle al-Beyt (AS).