Posts Tagged ‘bukhari’

Miracles of the Prophet – Shaikh Ali al Haddaadi

October 13, 2012

Miracles of the Prophet by Shaikh Ali al Haddaadi:

 

https://mtws.posthaven.com/miracles-of-the-prophethttp://mtws.posterous.com/miracles-of-the-prophet

 

 

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The Living Scholar of the language Abdur Rahman al Kooni

October 3, 2012

Shaikh Abdur Rahman ibn Auf al Kooni, whom Shaikh Abdullah Bukhari  mentions that he was one of his Shaikhs and taught him some grammar:

http://www.albaidha.net/vb/showthread.php?p=153814

11ومنهم شيخنا الشيخ اللغوي البارع (ابن عوف كوني) المشهور بعبد الرحمن بن عوف
الكوني، نزيل في المدينة النبوية، فقد أخذتُ منه (ملحة الإعراب) للعلامة الحريري،
مع مجالس نحوية أخرى

And from them is our Shaikh, The Scholar and Master of the language – Ibn Auf Kooni – known as Abdur Rahman ibn Awf al Kooni, residing in the City of the Prophet.  I took from him “Mulhatul-I’raab” by al-Allaamah al-Hareeree, along with other grammar classes

 

He is also mentioned in the second to last post here:

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/printthread.cfm?Forum=15&Topic=3516

 

The sheikh is sheikh Abdulrahman al-Kooni from Maali residing in Madinah, Saudi Arabia, one of the best in the Arabic language in Madinah Mashaallaah, he teaches daily listening to many students at any level in any area of the language. Sheikh Muhammad Ammaan al-Jaami spoke highly of him. I recently recorded a biography of him june 2006, He has studied with the Aalim sheikh Shinqeeti al Kabeer rahimahullaah and then 10 years with sheikh Muhammad Mukhtar rahimahullah the father of the one teaching in the haram in Madinah now. He has explanations of many grammar books, such as Ajromiyyah, Mutamimma, etc.

 

 

http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=28&Topic=7135

After Isha Mashaallaah the ocean in Arabic language mashaallaah sheikh
Abdulrahman al-Kooni explaining Mulhatul ‘Iraab, the first dars was amazing mashaallaah, beautiful benefits in the Arabic nahuw clearly showing at what level this sheikh is at mashaallaah. he mentioned the background of Hareeri the author and then straight into the book,

 

The Prophet Muhammad Never Tried to Kill Himself

August 22, 2012

Anything in brackets [ ] was added by the translator (Ummu Khadijah)

 

This is a translation of Shaikh Maahir al Qahtaani quoting from Shaikh Albaanee taken from:

http://www.al-sunan.org/vb/archive/index.php/t-5041.html

 

[to see the Arabic you may need to click on View, Encoding, More, Arabic (Windows)]

 

[Shaikh al Qahtaani begins]:

With the Name of Allah (God), The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

The Guiding Scholar Abu Abdur Rahman Muhammad “Helper of the Religion” al-Albaanee – [we ask that] Allah bestow mercy upon him – said in “Defense of the Prophetic hadeeth and seerah as a refutation to the ignorant things [said] by Dr. al-Bootee in his book ‘Fiqhus-Seerah’” (p.40-42):

[beginning of quoting from Shaikh Albaanee]:

‘Al-Bootee said (1/55):

And the Prophet – [we ask that] Allah raise his rank and grant him peace – became sad due to that with a tremendous sadness to the point where he tried to – as Imam Bukhari reports – throw himself from the heights of the mountains [to commit suicide]”

‘The attribution of this [saying that the Prophet Muhammad tried to kill himself] to Bukhari is an atrocious error.  That is because he is claiming that this story of  Throwing oneself [e.g. off a mountain] is authentic according to the conditions  of Bukhari.  And it is not. And what makes that clear is that Bukhari put it at the end of the hadeeth of Aishah, which is about the beginning of the revelation, that the Dr. [al-Bootee] quoted (1/51-53).  And it is in Bukhari [his Saheeh] at the beginning of the chapter at-Ta’beer [Dream Interpretation] by way of Ma’mar who said: az-Zuhree said: ‘Urwa informed me, from Aishah…so he quoted the hadeeth until the statement, “And there was a pause in the revelation’ and az-Zuhree added, ‘and the Prophet – sallallahu alayhe wa sallam – became so sad, from what has reached us1, that he intended several times to throw himself off of the tops of mountains.  Every time he would reach the top of a mountain to throw himself off of it, Jibreel would appear to him and would say, ‘O Muhammad, indeed you are truly the Messenger of Allah.’  Thereafter he would become calm and return home.  When the period of the pause in the revelation became long, he would do as before, but when he would reach the top of the mountain, Jibreel would say to him as he said before.”

‘And likewise Imam Ahmad collected the hadeeth with this addition (6/232-233) as well as Abu Nu’aym in “ad-Dalaa’il” (p.68-69) and al-Bayhaqee in “as-Dalaa’il” (1/393-395) by way of Abdur-Razzaaq from Ma’mar.  And Muslim collected it with this chain (1/98) but he did not quote az-Zuhree’s saying.  He only included the wording of Yunus ibn Shihaab which does not contain [az-Zuhree’s] addition. Additionally Imam Muslim and Ahmad (6/223) collected it by way of ‘Aqeel ibn Khaalid from Yunus ibn Shihaab without the addition. Likewise Imam Bukhari collected it in the beginning of his Saheeh [3rd hadeeth] from Aqeel ibn Khaalid from Yunus ibn Shihaab.

‘We can conclude from what has preceded that this addition [of az-Zuhree] has two defects.

‘The first: Ma’mar being alone in narrating it, without Yunus and Aqeel [when Ma’mar was not in the chain of narrators, Yunus and Aqeel did not mention this addition as can be seen in the 3rd hadeeth in the beginning of Saheeh Bukhari and also in Muslim’s Saheeh], so it is Shaadhah [contradictory/strange]2

‘The second: That [this part of] the hadeeth is Mursal [chain goes back to the taabi’ee but not the Sahaabee – the Companion is missing in the chain of narrators] and problematic.  Because indeed the one saying, “from what has reached us” is only az-Zuhree as is clear from the quote.  And al-Haafith [ibn Hajar] asserted that in “al-Fat’h [al-Baari’]”3 (12/302) when he said: “And it is from the statements of az-Zuhree and it is not connected [referring to the break in the chain between the those who learned from the Companions  {the taabi’oon} and the Prophet – sallallahu alayhe wa sallam]

 

‘I say: and this is what al-Bootee was either neglectful of or ignorant of.  So he thinks that every letter in “Saheeh Bukhari” is upon Imaam Bukhari’s conditions in authenticity!  And perhaps he doesn’t differentiate between the hadeeth which is musnad [has a connected chain] and the hadeeth which is mu’allaq [has a break in the chain]! Just like he didn’t distinguish between a hadeeth which is Mawsool4 and a hadeeth which is Mursal [hadeeth missing the Companion who heard it from the Prophet Muhammad in the chain of narrators] which happens to come in the hadeeth, like this hadeeth from Aishah which has this Mursal addition coming at the end of it.

 

‘So know that this addition didn’t come by way of a connected chain that supports it as I clarified in “The Series of Weak Narrations” (3) number (4858).  And I pointed that out in the commentary for “My Abridgment of Saheeh Bukhari”  (4)(1/5) [I ask that] Allah make easy the completion and printing of it.

 

‘When you know that there is no certainty regarding this addition, then we have the right to say that it is a rejected addition with regards to its meaning.  Because it is not befitting for a Prophet who is protected from making mistakes [in the religion] that he would try to kill himself by throwing himself off a mountain – no matter what might push him to do that.  And he himself said [translated], “Whoever throws himself off of a mountain and kills himself, then he will be in Hell throwing himself forever [or a very long time5]” Reported by Bukhari and Muslim and other than them…’”

[Footnotes]

1 Az-Zuhree’s statement starts from: “And the Prophet – sallallahu alayhe wa sallam – became so sad…” and continues to the end – all of this is from one of the sub-narrators of the hadeeth, az-Zuhree.  So if you look in Bukhari, first volume, in the Book of the Beginning of the Revelation (it may be translated as “Book of Revelation”), the 3rd (3A) hadeeth, the hadeeth ends: وَفَتَرَ الوَحْيُ  “and the revelation paused for a while”.  And if you look in Bukhari, ninth volume, in the Book of the Interpretation of Dreams, the first hadeeth in this chapter, towards the end of the hadeeth:

وفتر الوحي فَتْرَةً حَتَّى حَزِنَ النَّبِيُّ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ فِيْمَا بَلَغَنَا

      “And the revelation paused for awhile and the Prophet – [we ask that] Allah raise his rank and grant him peace – became so sad – from what has reached us [i.e. reached az-Zuhree]…”

3His explanation of Saheehul Bukhari

4 Mawsool: has a connected chain going all the way back to the Prophet – sallallahu alayhe wa sallam – with no breaks/missing narrators

5Refer to what Shaikh Ubaid al Jaabiree said here regarding the two meanings of khulood خلود :

http://knowledgeofislamblog.wordpress.com/2012/09/30/question-and-answer-session-with-sheikh-ubaid-al-jabiree-riyadh-k-s-a-march-2012/

The Scholar Abdullah Bukhari

July 4, 2010

 

Taken from: http://salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=14&Topic=11219

 

As-salaamu ‘alaikum warahmatullaahi wabarakaatuhu.

The following is a brief translation of the biography of Ash-Shaykh ýAbdullaah Al-Bukhaaree (حفظه الله) compiled from the autobiographical account of the Shaykh on http://www.sahab.net/forums/showthread.php?t=362977

His Name and Lineage:

He is the noble Shaykh, Abdullaah Bin ýAbdur-Raheem Bin Husayn Bin Mahmood As-Saýdee, Al-Bukhaaree, Al-Madeenee. As related by his father, As-Shaykh ýAbdur-Raheem (رحمه الله), from his father, Ash-Shaykh Husayn (رحمه الله), from his grand father, his lineage goes back to Bani Saýd from At-Taaif.

His Birth and Upbringing:

He was born in Madeenah. This is where he grew up and was raised in the house of righteous and scholarly parents. His father, Shaykh ýAbdur-Raheem (رحمه الله) would keep guard of him and advice him and help in seeking knowledge. Shaykh ýAbdur-Raheem (رحمه الله) supervised him and gave him the best of upbringings, teaching him the matters of the religion and warning him from bidýah and its people. His father used to read to him the fatwas of the scholars such as Shaykh ýAbdul ýAzeez bin Baaz (رحمه الله).. His father (رحمه الله) had a great impact on his seeking knowledge and under his guidance he began the memorization of the Qurýaan in Masjid Al-Bukhaaree.
At a very young age Shaykh ýAbdullaah Al-Bukhaaree developed a love for the science of Hadeeth and so he gathered books on Hadeeth, researched them, asked the scholars what was difficult for him and memorized what was easy from them. He then joined the study circles of Masjid An-Nabawi.
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His Teachers:

In the science of Tajweed his teachers are:
1- As-Shaykh Muhammad Ramadaan Ad-Dehlawi (رحمه الله).
2- As-Shaykh Sayyid Abool Faraj (حفظه الله), benefiting greatly from him especially in the research of recitations and in the science of Tajweed.
3- As-Shaykh Ahmad ýAbdul Kareem (رحمه الله).
4- As-Shaykh Muhammad Al-Mursee (رحمه الله). This Shaykh used to work as a calligrapher in the Islamic University of Madeenah and as an Imaam in Masjid Al-Bukhaaree. He studied under him the Qurýaan, Tajweed, and studied the book ýAl-Burhaan Fee Tajweed Al-Qurýaaný of Saadiq Qamhaawee. And also he studied with him the art of Arabic calligraphy. He also studied the famous primer on ýarabic grammar ýAjuroomiyyahý with him.
5- As-Shaykh Maýmar Bakree bin ýAbdul Hameed At-Turaabeeshee (رحمه الله). He took from him ijaazah in Qurýaan and also in that which the Shaykh narrated from his Shaykh, Shaykh Muhammad saleem Al-Hawlaanee (رحمه الله).
6- He specialized in the science of Tajweed under As-Shaykh Ahmad Al-Qaadee (حفظه الله) and studied with him the book ýHaqq Al-Tilaawahý.
And in the other sciences, his teachers were:
1- Al-Imaam ýAbdul ýAzeez bin Baaz (رحمه الله). He studied with him in At-Taaif from the books, Bulooghul Maraam, Tuhfah Ahoodhee Sharh Jamiý Tirmidhi, and other than that.
2-Al-Imaam Muhammad bin Saaleh Al-Uthaimeen (رحمه الله). He attended some of his duroos in Masjid Al-Haram, Masjid Nabawi and in ýUnaizah.
3- Al-Imaam Al-Muhadith Muhammad Naasir-Ad-Deen Al-Albaani (رحمه الله). He attended his duroos in Madeenah and he also visited him a number of times.
4-As-Shaykh Al-ýAllaamah An-Naasih As-Saadiq Ar-Rabbanee Muhammad Amaan Bin ýAlee Jamee (رحمه الله). He studied under him for a number of years and studied a number of books on ýAqeedah, Hadeeth and other than that. From the books he studied with him include the treatises of Shaykhul Islaam Muhammad ibn ýAbdul Wahhaab (رحمه الله) such as Usool At-Thalaatha, Qawaaid Al-ýArbýah.  And he studied Al-Hamawiyyah, At-Tadmooriyyah, Qurrat AlýUyoon Al-Muwahhideen, Tajreed At-Tawheed of Al-Maqreezee, Al-Waasitiyyah, Fathul Majeed, Qawaidul Muthlaa, Sharh Tahawiyyah, Zaad Al Maýaad, Naylul Awtaar, Umdatul Ahkaam, Book of Fasting from Saheeh Bukhaaree and other than that. This was mostly in Masjid An-Nabwawi.
5- As-Shaykh Al-ýAllaamah Al-Faadil ýAbdul Muhsin AlýAbbaad  (حفظه الله). Studied with him for about 16 years. From the books he studied under him include the last volume of Saheeh Muslim, Saheeh Bukhaaree, Sunan An-Nasaaýee, Sunan Abee Daawood, Jaamiý At-tirmidhi, Luý Luý wal-Marjaan, ýAqeedah ibn Abee Zayd, Sharh Aadaad Al-Mashee ilas-Salat, some parts of the Book of Hajj from Sharh As-Sunnah of Imaam Al-Baqhawi,  and other than that.
6- As-Shaykh ýAlee Naasir Al-Faqeehee (حفظه الله).
7 As-Shaykh Saaleh bin Saýd As-Suhaymee (حفظه الله).
8- As-Shaykh Al-ýAllaamah Al-Muhadith ýUmar bin Muhammad Fallaatah (رحمه الله). He studied with him the explanation of Saheeh Muslim, Al-Muwatta and explanation of Siyaratu-Nabawiyyah.
9- Al-ýAllaamah Al-Faqeeh As-Shaykh ýAtiyyah bin Muhammad Saalim (رحمه الله). He studied with him MudhkirahAsh-Shanqeethee fee Usoolul Fiqh, Ar-Rahbiyyah and Sharh Waraqaat.
10- Al-ýAllaamah, As-shaykh ýAlee bin Muhammad bin Sinaan (رحمه الله). Studied with him Alfiyyah of Ibn Maalik, Irshaad Al-Fuhool of Ash-Shawkaani, and Ar-Rawdah.
11- AlýAllaamah Al-Mujaahid As-Shaykh Rabeeý Bin Haadee Al-Madkhalee (حفظه الله). He studied with him the introduction of Saheeh Muslim, At-Taqyeed Wal- Eedaah of AlýIraaqee, Iýlaamul Muwaqiyeen of Imaam ibn Qayyim, Ikhtisaar ýUloomul Hadeeth of Ibn Katheer.
12- Al-ýAllaamah As-Shaykh Saafiyur-Rahmaan Al-Mubaarakfooree (رحمه الله). He was in his companionship for more then two years and took from him the ijaazah to narrate from a number of books. This includes Itihaaf Al-Akaabir bi isnaad Ad-Dafaatir of Shawkaani, Jamiý At-Tirmidhi, Sharh Miah ýAamil and other than that. He also read the Usoolu-Sunnah of Imaam Ahmad and other books.
13- AlýAllaamah As-Shaykh Al-Muhadith Al-Faqeeh Ahmad bin Yahyaa An-Najmee (رحمه الله). Studied with him from the Sunan Abee Dawood in the home of Shaykh Al-Faadil Muhammad bin Hadee (حفظه الله). He also gave him the ijaazah to narrate from a number of texts.
He studied with other then them from the Mashayikh.

His Ijaazahs on Hadeeth:

He got Ijazaahs to narrate from a group of scholars. And from them include; As-Shaykh Maýmar Bakree bin ýAbdul Hameed At-Turaabeeshee (رحمه الله), Ash-Shaykh Ahmad bin Yahya an-Najmee (رحمه الله), As-Shaykh Saafiyur-Rahmaan Al-Mubaarakfooree (رحمه الله), As-Shaykh Al-Muhadith Badeeudeen Shaah Sindee (رحمه الله) and other than them.

His academic qualifications:
He graduated from the Department of Hadeeth of Islaamic University of Madeenah in the year 1410- 1411 AH.
In the year 1420 AH he completed his Masters Degree from the University of Ummul Quraa with a distinction.
He got his PhD from the Islaamic University of Madeenah in the year 1426AH with a distinction.

His academic positions:
He worked as middle school and secondary Islamic Studies teacher for 6 years in Ministry of Education.
He was then transferred as a lecturer in Islamic University in 1418 H, in the Faculty of Hadeeth / Fiqh al-Sunnah Department.
He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Fiqh and Sunnah sources in the Faculty of Hadeeth and Islamic Studies.

The Praise of the Kibaarul ‘Ulamaa on the Shaykh:

Many from the Ahlul ‘Ilm praise him and recommended his works, among them are:

The Noble Scholar As-Shaykh Doctor Rabeeý bin Haadee (حفظه الله) was asked about Shaykh ýAbdullaah Al-Bukhaari and he replied, ýI advise the youth in Madeenah to attend the lessons of brother Abdullah Al-Bukhari; for he is from the chosen of Ahlu-Sunnah, and from those who defend Ahlu Sunnahýý
The Shaykh also said, ýhe is from the best of the graduates of the Islaamic University of Madeenah.ý
As-Shaykh Allaamah Muhammad Amaan Jaamee has also praised Shaykh Al-Bukhaaree.