1- "A beggar came begging to a woman. At that moment the woman only had a morsel of food which was already in her mouth. She took that morsel out of her mouth and gave it to the beggar. After some time, a child was born to this woman. When the child grew a little older, a wolf came and snatched the child away. The woman came out of her house running behind the wolf and at the same time shouting for help. Allah, The Almighty, sent an angel and ordered him to free the child from the wolf's mouth. Allah, The Almighty, added:  "Also convey My salaams (greeting) to that woman and inform her that I did this in return for the morsel of food which she had given to that beggar."

Verification: It has a weak Isnaad (chain of transmission).

It was reported by Abu Bakr Ad-Daynwri in the chapter of seeking knowledge (1/6) from the route of Al-Haakam ibn Abaan from ‘Ikrimah, from Ibn ‘Abbaas, may Allaah be pleased with them, as a Marfoo‘ (traceable) Hadeeth and he mentioned it. It has weak chain of transmission. That is because it included Al-Hakam ibn Abaan. Sheykh Al-Albaani, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said in As-Silsilah Adh-Dha‘eefah (1684): It has weak chain of transmission because Al-Haakam ibn Abaan has weakness in his memorization. Ath-Thahabi, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said in Adh-Dhu‘afaa': He is trustworthy. Ibn Al-Mubaarak, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said throw him away. Al-Haafith, may Allaah have mercy upon him, said in At-Taqreeb: Truthful and pious worshiper; however, he has illusions. Refer to Al-Jaami‘ Al-Kabeer (549), Kanz Al-‘Umaal (16031) and Dha‘eef Al-Jaami‘ (62).


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