The Scales (2)
the scales are sensitive with two sensitive pans
Proof to that: the Hadith of the card, the Hadith of Abdullah ibn Omar (may Allah be pleased with them) who said: the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Indeed Allah will distinguish a man from my Ummah before all of creation on the Day of Judgement. Ninety-nine scrolls will be laid out for him, each scroll is as far as the eye can see, then He will say: 'Do you deny any of this? Have those who recorded this wronged you?' He will say: 'No, O Lord!' He will say: Do you have an excuse?' He will say: 'No, O Lord!' So He will say: 'Rather you have a good deed with us, so you shall not be wronged today." Then He will bring out a card (Bitaqah); on it will be: "I testify to La Ilaha Illallah, and I testify that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger." He will say: 'Bring your scales.' He will say: 'O Lord! What good is this card next to these scrolls?' He will say: 'You shall not be wronged.' He said: The scrolls will be put on a pan (of the scale), and the card on (the other) pan: the scrolls will be light, and the card will be heavy, nothing is heavier than the Name of Allah.’”
Al Albani (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “the Hadiths for this are Mutadafir (connected) if not Mutawatir (continuous)”
The position of the witness in the Hadith are his saying: “'The scrolls will be put on a pan (of the scale), and the card on (the other) pan.” In this there is proof that the pans are sensitive.
 Narrated by Ahmad number (6994). Narrated by At-Tirmidhy number (2639). Narrated by Ibn Majah number (4300). Ibn Hibban and Al Hakim authenticated it. Adh-Dhahaby agreed with it and authenticated it and also At-Tirmidhy. Al Albany authenticated it in Al Sahiha (135)
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