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Al- Nasa'i


Mohammad Jaber

on 8 May 2013

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Transcript of Al- Nasa'i

Born in Nisa', which is Turkmenistan, Persia today 829-915 A.D Habits Al- Nasa'i had a habit of putting on good clothing according to the Sunnah of Muhammad. It is narrated that the man would fast every other day which is classified in the Hadeeth as Saum-u-Daoodi (the fast of Daood). He would worship Allah at night. At daytime, he would teach hadith without forgetting the rights of his four wives and to treat his slaves like his own children. The Imam would also perform Hajj nearly every year and would also take part in the Muslim Army. He was a truthful man and no one or nothing could stop him from saying the truth. Contributions Al- Nasa'i was a Sunni scholar that wrote one of the six hadith collections recognized by Sunni Muslims which he selected from his "As-Sunan al-Kubra". He also wrote 15 other books, 6 dealing with the science of hadith.

He is known a book he wrote containing many hadith. The book is called "Sunan an- Nasa'i." It talks about the types of hadith and how you can tell if it's legitimate or not. He studied at Khurusan, which at the time was a popular place for Islamic knowledge. He started studying hadith at the age of 15. Al- Nasa'i Full Name
Amad ibn Shu`ayb ibn Alī ibn Sīnān Abū `Abd ar-Ramān al-Nasā'ī About Al- Nasa'i He attended many Halaqas, and was inspired by them. At the age of 20, he left he started traveling and made his first journey to Qutaibah. He covered the whole Arabian Peninsula seeking knowledge from the Ulama and Muhadditheen of Iraq, Kufa, Hijaz, Syria and Egypt . Finally he decided to stay in Egypt . contributions
how many years they lived/ invested in work
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when they traveled for knowledge Al- Nasa'i had a unique memory. One day, Sheikh Allamah Zahabi was asked who has a better memory, Imam Muslim or Imam Nasa'i. The Sheikh replied Imam Nasa'i. Allamah Zahabi would also say that this Imam possessed more knowledge in Hadeeth than Imam Muslim, Imam Tirmidhi and Imam Abu Dawood (who was his teacher). His father's name was Shu'ayb. Bibliography
That paper Sr. Noor gave us
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