When a Man asked Anas bin Malik may Allah be pleased with him to go for Traveling / Jihad by going against parents

A Man who wanted to go for traveling / Jihad in Hind without the permission of his parents.

It is narrated that the name of al Habaab bin Fadhala was written in the army who was going to al Hind.

Khateeb Baghdadi narrated
1703 – أنا علي بن أحمد بن إبراهيم ، نا الحسن بن محمدٍ الفسوي ، نا يعقوب ، نا أحمد بن محمدٍ الزرقي المكي ، نا الحباب بن فضالة اليمامي الحنفي ، قال : أتيت البصرة فلقيت أنس بن مالكٍ فقلت له : إني أردت سفرا فأردت أن أستأمرك قال : وأين تريد؟ قلت : الهند قال : فحي والداك أو أحدهما؟ قال : قلت : بل هما حيان قال : فراضيان هما بمخرجك أم ساخطان؟ قال : قلت : بل ساخطان استعدى علي أبي وحبسني السلطان قال : فالدنيا تريد أو الآخرة؟ قال : قلت : كلتاهما قال : ما أراك إلا ستخطئهما كلتيهما فارجع إلى أبويك فبرهما وأصحبهما فإنك لن تصيب كسبا خيرا منه
Ibn Fadhala al Yamami said I came to Basra and met Anas bin Malik. He said, I want to go for traveling and I am here to ask your permission.

Anas asked: Where do you want to go?

He replied: al Hind.

Anas said: Are your parents or one of them alive?

He said: They are alive.

Anas said: Are they happy on this?

He said: They are not happy, my father didn’t do right thing for me (he took me to sultan) and sultan stopped me to go.
Anas asked, do you want this world or hereafter?

He said: Both.

Anas said: I believe you will destroy both. Go and do good to your parents, be with them. There is no bigger righteous thing for you.
الجامع لأخلاق الراوي وآداب السامع للخطيب البغدادي صفحة1962
Note: I don’t know authenticity, I read it in Barre Sagheer me Islam k awwaleen Nuqush by Ahlulhadeeth historian Muhammad Ishaq Bhatti rahimahullah page 120

Also it goes along with the authentic hadith which states
Narrated `Abdullah bin `Amr:
A man came to the Prophet (peace be upon him) asking his permission to take part in Jihad. The Prophet (peace be upon him) asked him, “Are your parents alive?” He replied in the affirmative. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said to him, “Then exert yourself in their service.”[Sahih al-Bukhari 3004]
See also al Asqalani on Participation in Jihad with parent’s permission