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Sahih Muslim Commentary in Engl. V1 HB
Sahih Muslim Commentary in Engl. V1 HB
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  • Authored by: Imam an-Nawawi

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Details:  Sahih Muslim : Volume 1 : New,
With Full Commentary in English,
*[A5+] Hardback with Dustjacket - 432 pages,
Sahih Muslim by Imam Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj [d.261h],
Sharh Sahih Muslim by Imam al-Nawawi [d.676h],
*Transl. & Edited by Adil Salahi,
Published by Kube & ICMG.
Also available in Paperback.


Hardback Now in Stock : Devember 2018


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Sharh Sahih Muslim by Imam al-Nawawi [English & Arabic]. Al-Minhaj Sharh Sahih Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj. After the Qur’an, the Prophetic traditions (Hadith) are the most recognised source of wisdom in Islam. These traditions offer readers down the ages a glimpse of Prophet Muhammad’s, ﷺ, sayings and actions. Amongst the Hadith literature, Sahih Muslim is second only to the collection of Imam al-Bukhari, and is recognised by scholars of history and religion for its reliability.


The hadith collection of Imam Muslim (d. 261CE/875After Hijri), like that of Imam Bukhari, has been the object of innumerable commentaries since its compilation. However, there is no doubt that one commentary stands out as the most authoritative—namely that of the great Damascene scholar and prolific author Imam al-Nawawi (d. 676CE/1277AH).


Imam al-Nawawi’s commentary on Sahih Muslim is one of the most highly regarded works in Islamic thought and literature, and often referred to as a super-commentary. Accepted by every Sunni school of thought, and foundational in the Shafi'i school, this text, available for the first time in English, alongside the original Arabic text and translation of all the hadiths, is famed throughout the Muslim world.


This multidisciplinary commentary brings forth rich insights into the Arabic Language, Qur'anic Studies, Islamic Law and Jurisprudence, Islamic Theology, Islamic Spirituality and Islamic History.




The author : Imam an Nawawi, alayhi ar-Rahman w'al-Ridwan, [631–676 A.H. /1234–1277C.E.] is one of the great Sufi scholars, strictest latter-time hadith masters, and most meticulous of jurists, 'Shaykh al-Islam' al-Imam Muhyiddin Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi is with al-Rafi`i as the principal reference of the late Shafi`i school.


His books remain authoritative in the methodology of the law, in Qur'an commentary, and in hadith. His commentary of Sahih Muslim is second only to Ibn Hajar's commentary of Sahih Bukhari. Allah Almighty gave his famous compilation of Forty Hadiths more circulation and fame than possibly any other book of hadith, large or small, and has allowed an-Nawawi to be of immense benefit to the Community of Islam.



Selection of Imam al-Nawawi's works,







Table of Contents :

---Transliteration table,
---Preface.

---Translator's Introduction,
------Imam Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj,
------Imam Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi,
------Imam Muhammad ibn 'Ali al-Mazari,
------Qadi 'Iyad,
------Imam Abu 'Amr ibn al-Salah,
------Imam Abu Sulayman al-Khattabi,
------Imam al-Haramayn,
------Imam 'Ali ibn Umar al-Daraqutni,
------Commentaries on Imam Muslim's Sahih,
------Before you read,
---------1. Numbering and references,
---------2. The chain of transmission,
---------3. Word usage,
---------4. Arrangement,
---------5. Quotations and references,
---------5. Notes and editorial liberty.

Introduction by Imam al-Nawawi : Hadith Methodology,
---Importance of scholarly work,
---The chain of transmission from al-Muslim to al-Nawawi,
---Imam Muslim's Sahih anthology,
---The difference between narration and reporting,
---Hadiths missed by Ibrahim from al-Muslim,
---Isnad (i.e. chain of transmission) is a special quality of the Muslim community,
---The authenticity of the anthologies of Imam al-Bukhari and Imam Muslim,
---Muslim's condition of authenticity in his Sahih,
---Seemingly unauthentic hadiths in the two Sahihs,
---The status of the hadiths in al-Muslims anthology,
---The number of hadiths in al-Bukhari's and al-Muslim's Sahihs,
---Distinction between narration, reporting, etc,
---How Imam Muslim divided the hadiths,
---Al-Muslim did not include all authentic hadiths,
---The inclusion of reports by some weak narrators,
---Books attached to (mukharraja 'ala) al-Muslim's Sahih,
---Corrections of the Two Sahihs,
---Categories of authentic (sahih), good (hasan) and poor (da'if) hadiths,
---Hadith terminology,
---When a Companion of the Prophet, ﷺ, says: 'We used to do or say so-and-so'
---The status of mawquf as evidence,
---Unspecified chain of transmission,
---On additions [i.e.ziyadat],
---Misleading narration,
---On comparative analysis (i'tibar),
------Endorsement (mutaba'ah),
------Reconfirmation (shahid),
------Single-reporting (ifrad),
------Peculiar (shadhdh and munkar),
---Memory impairment (ikhtilat),
---On abrogation,
---Knowing who is a Companion of the Prophet, ﷺ, and
------Who belongs to the Tabi'in,
---Deletion of certain words,
---Reporting Hadith by meaning,
---When a second version is merely stated as "similar"
---Stating a part of the text ahead of its place,
---Copying from someone else's manuscript,
---Reporting from 'God's Messenger' or the Prophet, ﷺ,
---Use of symbols,
---No addition to the description of scholars,
---Adding attributes,
---Two more notes.

Introduction by Imam Muslim,

---Chapter [1]. Reporting must be from reliable transmitters; Warnings against false attribution to God's Messenger, ﷺ,

---Chapter [2]. The seriousness of attributing a false statement to God's Messenger, ﷺ,

---Chapter [3]. The prohibition of relating everything one's hears,

---Chapter [4]. The prohibition of reporting from people who are suspect and the need to be cautious when learning such reports,

---Chapter [5]. True transmission is a part of religion;
------Reporting is acceptable only from reliable people;
------Fair criticism of reporters is permissible and a duty in defence of the divine law,

---Chapter [6]. Exposing the flaws of hadith reporters,

---Chapter [7]. The validity of reporters' views of other reporters,

---Chapter [8]. The validity of an unspecified hadith as evidence.


The Book of Faith :

---Chapter [1]. Explanation of Iman, Islam and Ihsan,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [2]. What is Iman ?
---An outline of its characteristics,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [3]. Prayer: A Pillar of Islam,
---Text explanation,

---Chapter [4]. Enquiring about the Pillar of Islam,
---Text explanation,

---Chapter [5]. Explanation of Iman that ensures admittance into Heaven and that whoever fulfils what they are commanded will be in Heaven,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [6]. Defining the Pillars of Islam and its great essentials,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [7]. The command to believe in God and His Messenger, ﷺ, and Islamic fundamentals,
---The delegation,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [8]. Calling on people to say the declaration and to implement Islamic teachings,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [9]. The command to fight people unless they say 'There is no Deity other than God, Muhammad is God's Messenger, ﷺ,'
------Attend regularly to Prayer,
------Pay Zakat,
------Believe in all that is stated by the Prophet, ﷺ,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,

---Chapter [10]. Evidence of the validity of the acceptance of Islam by one who is about to die, as long as he is not in the throes of death,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [11]. Evidence confirming that whoever dies believing in God's Oneness will certainly enter Heaven,
---Overview,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [12]. Whoever accepts that God is his Lord, Islam is his Faith and Muhammad, ﷺ, is God's Messenger is a believer, even though he may commit major sins,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [13]. The number of the branches of Faith,
---An important point,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [14]. The full description of Islam,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [15]. Grades of Islam and which of its teachings are best,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [16]. Certain qualities ensure experiencing the sweetness of Faith,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [17]. The duty of Loving the Prophet, ﷺ, more than one's family; children, Parents and All Mankind,
------Whoever does not Love Him, ﷺ, so, is Not a believer,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [18]. A characteristic of Faith is to Love for One's Muslim brother all the good one Loves for Oneself,
---Text explanation,
---Transmission,

---Chapter [19]. The prohibition of causing harm to neighbours,
---Text explanation,

---Chapter [20]. Urging kindness to neighbours and guests; Saying only what is good as all this is part of Faith.
---Text explanation,
---Transmission.







Also available in Paperback.




*Dimensions : 24 x 16.5 x 4cm.

*NON ASWJ. Suitable for research and reference.







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