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Collection of Hadith

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Imam Bukhari relates that Abu Hurayrah said, "there is not a companion of Rasoolullah (S.A.W) who relates more hadeeth from him than me,except Abdullah ibn Amr. Collection & Recording of Hadith The recording of hadith started at the time of the Prophet (S.A.W) with his companions. Origins of Recording of Hadith S & A In Sunan Abu Dawood, Abdullah ibn Amr said, "I used to write every thing i heard from Rasoolullah (S.A.W) because i wanted to memorize it. Then the Quraysh told me not to write it. They said, " How can you write everything he says when he is human who speaks when he is happy and when he is angry? So i stopped writing and asked Rasoolullah (S.A.W) about this. He said as he pointed to his mouth, "write........I swear by Allah nothing comes out of it except the truth." The Companions Started the Tradition of Writing Hadith The Teaching & Memorization of Hadith The Messenger of Allah (S.A.W) was teaching people their religion when he spoke. He was the greatest teacher on Earth. He was fluent and eloquent speaker and would repeat himself often. He was also careful not to tire his students out. A'ishah may Allah be pleased with her, said, "Rasoolullah (S.A.W) did not talk continuously like you talk. Instead, he would talk in a clear and distinct manner that would be easily memorized by the person sitting with him." (Tirmithi) Words of Abu Hurayrah (r.a.) Traveling To Learn Hadith The companions started the habit of traveling to collect and authenticate the Ahadeeth. The companions Jabir ibn Abdullah traveled for a month to Syria to hear a hadeeth directly from the other companions who had directly hears it from Rasoolullah (S.A.W). Abu Ayub Al-Ansari (R.A) traveled to Egypt for one hadeeth, then he turned around and came back to Madinah immediately after he heard it. Ibn Masood said,"If I knew that anyone had more knowledge than me regarding the book of Allah, I would travel to him." Classification of Hadith Sahih Qudsi Hasan Da'eef Mau'doo
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