209. Three Great Offenses

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3-265 حدثنا محمد بن أحمد السناني المكتب رضي الله عنه قال: حدثنا أحمد بن يحيي بن زكريا القطان عن بكر بن عبد الله بن حبيب عن تميم بن بهلول، عن أبيه،عن عبد الله بن الفضل الهاشمي، عن أبي عبد الله عليه السلام قال: ثلاثة لا أدري أيهم أعظم جرما: الذي يمشي خلف جنازة في مصيبة غيره بغير رداء، أو الذي يضرب يده على فخذه عند المصيبة، أو الذي يقول: ارفقوا به وترحموا عليه يرحمكم الله


3-265 Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Senani al-Mokattib - may God be pleased with him - narrated that Ahmad ibn Yahya ibn Zakariya al-Qat’tan quoted Bakr ibn Abdullah ibn Habib, on the authority of Tamim ibn Buhlool, onthe authority of his father, on the authority of Abdullah ibn al-Fazl al-Hashemi that Aba Abdullah as-Sadiq (MGB) said, “Of the following three I do not really know which one is a greater offense than the others. The first is following a funeral procession without having on one’s robe. The second is striking one’s buttocks with the hand at times of calamities. The third one is saying ‘Be benign to him. Have mercy upon him. May God have mercy upon you’ when attending a funeral procession.”




3-266 حدثنا أبي رضي الله عنه قال: حدثنا علي بن إبراهيم بن هاشم، عن أبيه، عن النوفلي، عن السكوني، عن جعفر بن محمد، عن أبيه، عن آبائه، عن علي عليهم السلام قال: قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله: ثلاثة لا أدري أيهم أعظم جرما الذي يمشي مع الجنازة بغير رداء، والذي يقول: ارفقوا به، والذي يقول: استغفروا له غفر الله لكم


3-266 (The compiler of the book narrated) that his father - may God be pleased with him - narrated that Ali ibn Ibrahim ibn Hashim quoted Al-Nawfaly, on the authority of Al-Sakoony, on the authority of Ja’far ibn Muhammad (MGB) , on the authority of his father (MGB) , on the authority of his forefathers (MGB), on the authority of Ali (MGB) that God’s Prophet (MGB) said, “Of the following three I do not really know which one is a greater offense than the others. The first is following a funeral procession without one’s robe. The second is saying ‘be benign to him.’ And the third one is saying ‘Seek God’s forgiveness for him. May God forgive you. (when attending a funeral procession).’”