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Sunan ibn Majah Translated Into The English Language

Sunan ibn Majah Translated Into The English Language

The last of the six books of hadith is Sunan ibn Majah, which was authored by Imam Muhammad bin Yazid al Qazwini. The book was written during the golden age of hadith recording and gained popularity among the scholars. Although there were other books that had a higher status in strength and soundness, such as Sunan ad Darimi and Sunan ad Darqutni, they did not gain the popularity as Sunan ibn Majah did. Even this book … Read entire article »

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Sunan at Tirmidhi in The English Language

Sunan at Tirmidhi in The English Language

Having discussed about three major collections of hadith, Sahih al Bukhari, Sahih Muslim and Sunan Abu Dawood, let us know about Sunan at Tirmidhi. It was authored by Imam Muhammad bin Isa at Tirmidhi, a hadith scholar from the third century Hijri. He is a well-known scholar of hadith, highly respected among the knowledgeable people. His collection of hadith has just over 3600 hadith, including sound narrations and weak ones. He did not restrict the collection … Read entire article »

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Sunan Abu Dawood Translated Into English

Sunan Abu Dawood Translated Into English

I had mentioned the Six Major Books of Hadith in my post about Sahih Muslim. The third book in the collection is Sunan Abu Dawud, authored by Imam Abu Dawud Sulaiman bin Ash’ath. It is a collection of hadith that are sound and weak. Among the thousands of hadith he had collected, he recorded just over 5200 hadith in his collection, Sunan Abu Dawud. He was a student of Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal along with Imam … Read entire article »

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