(6) (Write down the name of my such slave among the arrogant)
The Verification of the Hadeeth: Its Isnaad (chain of transmission) is very weak.
The Above Hadeeth was reported by Ibn ‘Adyy in Al-Kaamil (5/165) from the route of ‘Ali ibn Yazeed, from Al-Qaasim Abi ‘Abdur-Rahmaan, from Abi Umaamah Al-Baahily as a Marfoo‘ (1) Hadeeth: "Beware of Kibr (i.e. arrogance, haughtiness, etc.) for the slave went on practicing arrogance until Allah, The Almighty, says as stated above."
It was also reported from the route of ‘Ali ibn Yazeed by Abu Bakr ibn Laal in Makaarim Al-Akhlaaq, ‘Abdel Ghaani ibn Sa‘eed in Iydhaah Al-Ashkaal as in Kanz Al-‘Umaal (3/525) and Its Isnaad is weak due to ‘Ali ibn Yazeed Al-Alhaani. Abu Haatim said: "His Hadeeth is weak and Munkar (2)."
Imam Al-Bukhaari, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said: "His Hadeeth is Munkar." An-Nasaa'i and Ad-Daar Qutuni said: "His Hadeeth is Matrook (3)." Abu Zur‘ah said: "His Hadeeth is not strong." Al-Haafith said in At-Taqreeb: "His Hadeeth is weak (4)"
Refer to Kanz Al-‘Umaal (7729), Faydh Al-Qadeer (1/69), As-Silsilah Adh-Dha‘eefah (2101) and Da‘eef Al-Jaami‘ (141).
(1) A Hadeeth that is directly attributed to the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him. (Translator)
(2) A Hadeeth that was narrated by a non-trustworthy narrator and contradicts the narration of a trustworthy narrator. (Translator)
(3) A Hadeeth whose chain of narrators includes a narrator who was accused of lying. (Translator)
(4) Refer to Al-Jarh wa Ta‘deel (6/208), Adh-Dhu‘afaa' Al-Kabeer (3/254) and At-Taqreeb (4817).