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Not Speaking in Front of Elders


Samurah b. Jundub – All?h be pleased with him – said:
I was young during the time of All?h’s Messenger ? and I had memorised things he had said; nothing stopped me from speaking except for the fact that there were amongst us men who were older than me.
?a??? Muslim, Kit?b Al-Jan??iz #964.
Al-?asan b. ?Utaybah reports:
Sufy?n Al-Thawr? said to Sufy?n b. ?Uyainah, “Why do you not speak (narrate)?” He replied, “While you are alive, no way.”
Al-Kha??b Al-Ba?d?d?, Al-J?mi? li Akhl?q Al-R?w? #698.
?usayn b. Al-Wal?d Al-Nays?b?r? said: a reliable person informed me:
?Abdull?h b. ?Umar (Al-?Umar?, great-great grandson of ?Umar) was once asked about something to do with ?ad?th, so he replied, “As long as Ab? ?Uthm?n (his older brother) is alive, then no.”
Op. cit. #699.
It is reported that ???im said:
Zirr (Ibn ?ubaysh) was older than Ab? W??il (Shaq?q b. Salamah); so if they ever sat together [in a gathering] Ab? W??il would not speak with Zirr (out of respect).
Op. cit. #702.
It is also reported that:
When Ibr?h?m and Al-Sha?b? were together, Ibr?h?m would not speak about anything, because of his age.
Op. cit. #703.
It is reported from Ab? ?Abdill?h Al-Mu?ay?? that he said:
I saw Ab? Bakr b. ?Ayy?sh in Makkah. Sufy?n b. ?Uyainah came to him and knelt in front of him. Ab? Bakr asked him, “How are you Sufy?n? Sufy?n, how is your father’s family?” Then a man came and asked Sufy?n about a ?ad?th, so Sufy?n said, “Do not ask me as long as this Shaykh is sitting here.”
Op. cit. #705.
It is reported from Al-?asan b. ?Al? Al-Khall?l that he said:
We were once with Mu?tamir b. Sulaym?n while he was speaking to us, when Ibn Al-Mub?rak approached. Mu?tamir cut short his speech. It was said to him, “Speak (or narrate) to us.” He replied, “We do not speak in front of our seniors.”
Op. cit. #706.
And it is reported that ?Abdull?h b. Al-Mub?rak was once asked about an issue in the presence of Sufy?n b. ?Uyainah, so he replied, “We have been forbidden from speaking in front of our seniors.”
Al-Dhahab?, Siyar A?l?m Al-Nubal?? 8:420.
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