New edition of Sunan Abu Dawood in 5 volumes by Dar-us-Salam with commentary after each hadith. Unlike other prints, this edition has crisp and clear printing in deluxe 6x9" bounding. Like the other translations of the six books of hadith, Dar-us-Salam Publications, has taken great care in correct translation, simple and clear modern English language, and high quality publishing.
This book is a biography of the chief of At-Tabiieen and the leader of the Muslims in his time Imam Saeed bin Al-Musayyab - may Allah have abundant mercy upon him. Scholars have made an elaborate mention of him and historians have written extensively about this rightly guided Imam. Yet all of them felt that they have not given this distinguished personality the mention he rightly deserved. Imam Saeed bin Al-Musayyab was one of the pious and the righteous men. The book has focused on private and public aspects of the life of the scholar, such as his characteristics, manners,...
The Biography of Imam Shawkani By Salahuddin Ali Abdul Mawjood. The biography provides details about his life and his family the era in which he lived his quest for knowledge the beginnings of his quest for knowledge his students his life as a scholar his love for knowledge and the scholars his works his tafsir of the qur'an his status in hadith his status in fiqh his creed and methodology his firm adherence to the truth his sincere advice to the Ummah and much much more
This is the second in a series of books on the biographies of Muslim scholars. I hope to focus not just on their contributions to the vast wealth of Islamic knowledge with which Allah has blessed this nation, but also on the more private and personal aspects of their lives: their manners, their piety, and their worship. These are issues we need to learn about, for the people of this nation cannot hope to achieve a return to their past glory and honor unless they assume the qualities that, in effect, defined the Muslims of the first few generations of...
Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal is remembered for many things. He was an Imam in Fiqh, Hadith, and many other sciences. In fact, his madh-hab is one of the four established madh-habs of Ahl as-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah. Yet, the one matter he is most remembered for... one of the most defining moments in the History of Ahl as-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah... is his stance in the time of the Mihnah (the Inquisition). Imam 'Ali ibn al-Madini, the great teacher of Imam al-Bukhari said, "Truly, Allah supported this religion with Abu Bakr as-Siddiq the day of the apostasy (ar-Riddah), and He supported it with Ahmad...
Imam Ibn Majah (209H - 273H), may Allah have his mercy upon his soul, lived during the Abbasid caliphate while scientific studies had begun taking hold in the Abbasid dynasty. During this time literary aspects greatly influenced writing and works about Islam, thus protecting Islam from these things had become of foremost importance to Imam Ibn Maajah and other scholars of this time. Ibn Majah also traveled extensively to verify the authenticity of the ahadith he was narrating. His quest of knowledge left him with many teachers and students. Like other scholars of hadith, to avoid showing off, he did...
Sunan Ibn Majah is one of the six most authentic collections of the Ahadith and contains 4,341 total Ahadith. Like the other translations of the six books of hadith, Dar-us-Salam Publications, has taken great care in correct translation, simple and clear modern English language, and high quality publishing.
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This book is a concise yet comprehensive commentary on al-Nawawī's Forty Ḥadīth focusing on the meanings, lessons, and benefits of each narration. Imām al-Nawawī’s (r) collection of forty ḥadīth, which actually consists of forty two ḥadīth, is perhaps the most widely studied ḥadīth collection across the Muslim world. It is taught and studied in Islamic schools, seminaries, universities, and hadīth gatherings across all academic traditions and throughout every Muslim community. The wide acceptance of this compilation and the fact that it is still being studied today is a testimony to the sincerity, hard work, and dedication of its author. In...
A must read for students of Islamic studies and useful to gain a better understanding of the differences that occur between various schools of law
A masterful account of the major Hadith collections and their authors. Original author Imam Abdul Aziz son of Shah Wali Allah ad Dihlawi.
Hanbali principles of Testing Hadith are an unprecedented contribution to the field of testing hadith. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the science of hadith study from a Hanbali perspective, taking the reader back to the ancient teaching of prominent Islamic scholar -Imam Abu Abdullah Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Hanbal Ash-Shaybani; A jurist, theologian, ascetic hadith traditionalist, and founder of the Hanbali School of Sunni Jurisprudence.
Shafi'i Principles of Testing Hadith is a unique and concise text about the study of the science of testing prophetic narrations according to he Shafi'i school. The Shafi'i school of thought was founded by one of the four greatest Imams within Sunni Islam; Imam Muhammad ibn Idris al-Shafi'i, and ever since, has been studied for centuries in the Muslim world. Shafi'i Principles of Testing Hadith covers almost all issues related to the subject of authenticating hadith. The author has quoted the opinions of the topmost thinkers of the Shafi'i school of thought, which not only strengthens one's comprehension of the...
It is a very unique academic work. The uniqueness of the book because of several points; It is the first manual in the history on the subject of principles of testing the prophetic narrations according to the Maliki school of thought. Despite the fact of the small size of the book it is comprehensive work which includes all of the issues related to the subject without going into the theological details. Each opinion is linked with its author with an explanation who has supported and followed the given opinions. The author has practiced his habit of giving a big list...
Translated by Musa Furber This volume presents two primers on the discipline of hadith nomenclature (mustalah al-hadith) and the authentication of transmitted reports. They are Nukhbat al-fikar (“Chosen Thoughts on the Nomenclature of Hadith Experts”) by Ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani (773-835AH); and Al-Tadhkirah (“The Memorandum”) by Ibn al-Mulaqqin (723-804AH). These primers were written to facilitate speedy mastery of the discipline’s core material. Although the primers focus on definitions, they also include methods for addressing problems specific to the topic. Students would often commit a primer to memory while studying it with a living master who would explain its content in detail and demonstrate its application....