I had written an Article regarding Tadlees of Bukhari, which can be read HERE. And in This Article, I had written about Dhabi charging Bukhari with Tadlees. Nawasib did not say that I lied or that My reference was wrong. They tried to defend Bukhari.

I had always been saying that Bread & Butter for Nawasib is Deception. With This in mind, Let us see what They wrote

Tadlees al-Isnad. In this case, the first student narrated from the second student from their Shaykh, instead of narrating from the Shaykh directly. This is usually an issue since the first student didn’t mention the name of the second for a purpose. In many cases, it is because the second student is weak. It is important to be aware that this isn’t an explicit lie since the first student never says, “I heard my Shaykh,” but rather says, “My Shaykh said.” If he were to say the former, then he would be a liar, and not simply a Mudallis.

Interesting, Isnt it? I mean, any intellectual Mind reading this, would ask Himself: Is This not Deception?

Of course it is. But the major Issue is; One of the Major Imams of Ahlu Sunnah, Sho’ba said

15 – حَدَّثَنَا أَحْمَدُ بْنُ إِبْرَاهِيمَ، قَثَنَا مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ مُعَاذٍ، قَثَنَا مُعَاذٌ، عَنْ شُعْبَةَ، قَالَ: مَا رَأَيْتُ أَحَدًا مِنْ أَصْحَابِ الْحَدِيثِ إِلا يُدَلِّسُ، إِلا عَمْرَو بْنَ مُرَّةَ، وَابْنَ عَوْنٍ

 Sho’ba said that I have not seen any in Companions of Hadeeth who have not done Tadlees except Amro bin Marra and Ibn A’on.

So Nawasib had to make different categories for Tadlees, and accept it by making up different forms for it, because If they call it deception , They have to lose a lot.

Now, Nasibis mentioned Second type of Tadlees as well, They write

Another type of Tadlees, which is less common, is the mentioning of the name of one’s Shaykh but by using a name that he is less known for. This is referred to as Tadlees al-shuyookh, and this is the topic of SoA’s article.

Bukhari may have a 100 Reasons for what He did, and Nawasib may give a 1000 Reasons


Question would come to the minds of Readers: Is it a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?

Why Should I answer? We hear it from Nasibi Website’ Mouth. They write

To prove this we return to the mother of the books of hadith methodology. Ibn Al-Salaah says (p.46):
“Tadlees al-shuyukh is to narrate from a Shaykh a hadith by naming him or mentioning him by that what he is not known by, for the purpose of him not being known.”
Ibn Al-Salaah ends by mentioning that this form is not as bad as the known form of Tadlees

So As per the Mother of the Books of Hadeeth Methodology, It is Not As Bad As .

Pretty Clear, Right?

It is not good thing, but Not as BAD as……….In Other words, It is Bad, but not That Bad…….