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Contents of Hadith
'When he was ill, the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'I would like to have some of my Companions with me.' We said: 'O Messenger of Allah! (saw) Shall we call Abu Bakr for you?' But he remained silent. We said: 'Shall we call Umar for you?' But he remained silent. We said: 'Shall we call Uthman for you?' He said: 'Yes.' So Uthman came and he spoke to him in private. The Prophet (saw) started to speak to him and Uthman's expression changed." Qais said: "Abu Sahlah, the freed slave of Uthman, narrated to me that on the Day of the House, Uthman bin Affan said: 'The Messenger of Allah (saw) told me what would come to pass and now I am coming to that day.'" In his narration of the Hadith, Ali (one of the narrators) said (that he said): "And I am going to bear it with patience." Qais said: "They used to think that that was the Day of the House." (Sahih)