Imam Tirmidhi was born in the year A.H. during the reign of the Abbasid Khalifa Ma’mun al-Rashid. The Abbasid Caliphate, despite its brilliant contributions. View Biographies Related To categories. scripture · editing · Islam. Al-Tirmidhī, in full Abū ʿĪsā Muḥammad ibn ʿĪsā ibn Sawrah ibn Shaddād al-Tirmidhī, (died. His Birth and Lineage He is The Imaam, The Haafidh, al-Allaamah, Muhammad bin Eesaa bin Soorah bin Moosaa bin adh-Dhihaak as-Silmee.
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Imaam Abu Biogeaphy Tirmidhee himself said.
Biography Of Imam Tirmidhi
English Choose a language for shopping. Thank You for Your Contribution! Imam Tirmidhi said that he compiled this book and presented it to the learned of Hijaz, Iraq and Khurasan and they were pleased with it. Your Shopping Cart is empty! His death Imam Tirmidhi passed away in the year A.
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This term has caused much confusion amongst the Muhadditheen since hasan is lower in rank than sahih. Archived from the original on He obtained basic knowledge in his hometown, and then travelled to distant lands such as Hijaz, Egypt, Shaam, Kufa, Basra and Baghdad, and obtained the knowledge of hadith from the great luminaries of hadith muhaddithin of his time.
They illuminated the world with their piety, knowledge, worship, and their righteous deeds. Malik ibn Anas — wrote Muwattajurisprudence from early Medina period now mostly followed by Sunni in Africa and taught.
Zayd ibn Thabit taught. Help us improve this article! A famous story is related that once on his way to Makka, he met a scholar of hadith muhaddith from whom he had previously received two chapters of hadith. Biograaphy, form of human communication by means of a set of visible marks that are related, by convention, to some particular structural level of language.
His Kunya honorific name is Abu Eisa. During his lifetime 9 Muslim Khalifas ruled tirmidbi some being pious and noble while some committing evil and innovations. Anyone who opposed the Mu’tazila school of thought would be opposing the state. Imam Muslim compiled his book with a primary focus on collecting the various authentic chains isnad for each hadith. However hasan will be considered as inferior to sahih hence they both can be combined.
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Translated by Mahmud Fahmi Hijazi. At-Tirmidhi was also well versed in Arabic grammarfavoring the school of Kufa over Basra due to the former’s preservation of Arabic poetry as a primary source. Your contribution may be further edited by our staff, and its publication is subject to our final approval. His book Al-Jami’ At-Tirmidhiii is one of the most invaluable books of hadith available to date.
These two can be combined. After realizing that he did not have those notes with him he took a blank piece of paper and read out the entire two parts from memory. However, Abu Dawood in his sunan records a hadith in the book of adab, that Mughirah ibn Shuybah mentions explicitly that the messenger of Allah had specifically given him the Kunya of Abu Esa.
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During the latter part of his life he became blind due to constant crying and Imaam Ibn Katheer said according to one statement he was born blind however the more well known reason for him losing his sight is the first one. His genealogy is uncertain; his nasab patronymic has variously been given as:. Write a customer review. It is also possible that the hadith has multiple chains, but a particular word in gharib.
Imam Tirmidhi and his Al-Jami’ al-Sunan (الجامع السنن للإمام الترمذي رضي الله عنه)
Leave a Reply Tormidhi reply Enter your comment here Learn more about Amazon Prime. His travels iam search of hadeeth were very vast and expansive and during his search he travelled to Basrah, Koofah, Waasit, Reh, Khurasaan and Hijaaz. A similar narration is recorded by Umar. Imam Tirmidhi had a large number of students from all over the world. This page was last edited on 8 Novemberat Schools Sunni Ash’ari Maturidi Traditionalism.
At-Tirmidhi reported hadith from 42 Kufan teachers. The Abbasid Caliphate, despite its brilliant contributions to Islam, brought along with it many thorny problems. A very good and detailed commentary, but very biased in his anti-Hanafism!!