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Hadith (Arabic)

Al-Tamhid : 10 vols, Arabic
Al-Tamhid : 10 vols, Arabic
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  • Authored by: Imam ibn 'Abd al-Barr

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Details: Al-Tamhid lima fi al-Muwatta min al-Ma'ni wa al-Asanid, 10 vls, Arabic, New,
*[A4] Hardback - pages within 10 Volume Set,
Al-Muwatta by Imam Malik bin Anas [d.179h],
Al-Tamhid by Imam ibn Abd al-Barr [d.463h],
**Published by Dar al-Fikr, Beirut.





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Al-Tamhid lima fi al-Muwatta min al-Ma'ni wa al-Asanid is the sharh of Imam Malik's, radi Allahu ta'ala anhu, Muwatta by Imam Yusuf ibn Abd al-Barr, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi.


Al Tamhid has been organised according to the narrators which Imam Malik narrates from, and includes extensive biographical information about each narrator in the chain.



The Muwattaʾ of Imam Malik is the earliest written collection of hadith comprising the subjects of Islamic law, compiled and edited by the Imam, Malik ibn Anas. Malik's best-known work, Al-Muwatta was the first legal work to incorporate and join hadith and fiqh together. It is considered to be from the earliest extant collections of hadith that form the basis of Islamic jurisprudence alongside the Qur'an. The book covers rituals, rites, customs, traditions, norms and laws of the time of the Prophet, may Allah bless him an grant him peace.



Imam Malik ibn Anas : He is Malik bin Anas bin Malik bin Abu Amir Al-Asbahi, may Allah be pleased with him, and was born in 93 A.H. and died in 179 A.H. He lived most of his life in Madinah, the city in which the Beloved Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala alayhi wa Sallam, settled in. He was a pre-eminent scholar of Islam, and is the originator of the Maliki judicial school of thought. He is reputed to have had over one thousand students.


During Imam Malik's, may Allah be pleased with him, lifetime, he steadily revised his Muwatta, so it reflects over forty years of his learning and knowledge. It contains a few thousand hadith.




Imam ibn Abd al-Barr : He is Yūsuf ibn `Abd Allah ibn Muhammad Ibn `Abd al-Barr, Abū `Umar al-Namarī al-Andalusī al-Qurtubī al-Mālikī (368-463h). A major hadīth Master of the Mālikī School. Ibn Farhūn says he was the greatest memoriser of the Sunna in his time and Ibn al-Subkī mentions him in the fifth synchronical layer of those who followed the School of al-Ash`arī in doctrine along with Abū al-Walīd al-Bājī, Abū al-Hasan al-Qābisī, Abū al-Qāsim ibn `Asākir, Abū al-Hasan al-Murādī, Abū Sa`d ibn al-Sam`ānī, Abū Tāhir al-Silafī, al-Qādī `Iyād, and al-Shahrastānī.


He studied under Ibn al-Makwī, Ibn al-Fardī, Ahmad ibn `Abd al-Mālik ibn Hishām, and took hadīth from Sa`īd ibn Nasr, `Abd al-Wārith, Ahmad ibn Qāsim al-Bazzār, Khalf ibn Sahl, Abū `Umar al-Talamankī, and many others. Imam Al-Qurtubī cites him about five hundred times in his Tafsīr.


Of his book al-Tamhīd his friend Ibn Hazm said:


"I do not know of anything like it with regard to the superlative
understanding of hadīth, let alone better than it."


Ibn `Abd al-Barr initially followed the School of Dāwūd al-Zāhirī and befriended Ibn Hazm. He left that school and turned to that of Imām Mālik, while leaning towards the Shāfi`ī school.







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