13 May Al-Ṣiḥāḥ al-Sitta (Arabic: الصحاح الستة, literally: the Authentic Six) refers to 6 huge Sunni collections of hadiths. They are very reliable for. Sihah Sitta (صحاح ستہ) The Six Authentic Books of Hadith . K likes. Sihah Sitta (صحاح ستہ) The Six Authentic Books of Hadith‎. Are the Sihah-sitta perfect books for Hadith. Mu’ meneen Brothers and Sisters,. As Salaam Aleikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. (May Allah’s Peace, Mercy.

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Hadith terminology and study. For example, if one hadith says the Prophet saws prayed four rakahs sihah sitta magrib prayers, it will not be accepted.

In every city that he visited, thousands of people would gather in the main mosque to listen to him recite traditions. According to Imam Tirmidhi a hadith is classified gharib for one of the following reasons According to Shiite scholars, there are both sihah sitta and unreliable hadiths in these books. In particular, sihah sitta Malikis and Ibn al-Athir consider al-Mawatta’ to be the sixth book.

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The author ofAt-tadween Fi Tarikh Qazween Arabic for recording the history of Qazween said of him, “He is one of the great imams of Muslims; he is excellent and sitta he enjoys unanimous acceptance. Abu Dawud Sulaiman bin al-ibn Ishaaq.

Piety and his glory kesalihan fragrant scent until now. He had keen insight in fiqh and ijtihad. Hadith-Hadith is very weak, he sihah sitta his weakness. According to al-Sanadi, a commentator of Sihah sitta Ibn Majathere are about hadiths in this book which are unreliable with respect to their chains of transmitters. Pages with editorial box Articles with quality and priority assessment B grade priority articles C grade quality articles B grade priority and c grade quality articles Articles with appropriate links Articles that do not need photo Articles with category Articles that do not need infobox Articles without navbox Articles sihah sitta redirects Articles without sktta.

Uyun sihah sitta Akhbar ar Reda. He began studying hadith in the year AH. Besides his expertise in hadith he sihah sitta also a great jurist.


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His father, Ismail Ibn Ibrahim, was a known hadith scholar who died while he was young. As a result they deviated themselves and misled many innocent weak Muslims away from Allah and His Prophet. May Allah’s Peace, Mercy and Blessings be upon all of you.

Sunni schools of law. Some of its hadiths sjhah fabricated and it contains false attributions to the Prophet sihah sitta. Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allahs Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone.

Sunan sihah sitta was written by Muhammad b. This sihah sitta has been sihah sitta 3, times. He led a pious and ascetic life. According to the right is bahawa Nisaa’i meningal in Ramlah, a place in Palestine. Qazween at that time was a capital of knowledge abounding with scientific activities and circles of scholars and jurists, just like the other radiant centers of knowledge and civilization, foremost of which are Baghdad, Kufah, Basrah, Marw, and Esfahan. Sitfa include traditions that were notavailable from earlier compilations.

A brief view on the authors of Saha S He has personal notes on almost every page which mention the degrees of sihah sitta of the hadith, the different versions of a single report, as well as the various currents of thought in practise in the Islamic world at this time.

Thus, the book is not considered sihah sitta reliable by Wahhabis and advocates of Ibn Taymiyya.

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It is the most sihah sitta book of hadiths for Sunni Muslims and their most reliable source of religious knowledge after the Qur’an. Even though he was born in Sajistan he spent the greater part of his life at Basrah which was the seat of Islamic learning in his time. Sihah sitta of Sulaym Ibn Qays. It has 46 books. The authors of the six collections are as follows:.

So, he memorized the noble Qur’an and frequented the circles of Hadith scholars that were widely held in Qazween’s mosques, until he learned a lot in this discipline.

They believed that Ibn Maja’s book does not deserve to sihah sitta one of the “Sihah”. He was well versed in the criticism of hadith and an expert in distinguishing sihah sitta sound hadith from the weak and defective ones.


Imam Muslim is praised by many scholars during and after his times. Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj Nishapuri Imam Muslim 3. These great and eminent scholars have done an exhaustive research sihah sitta investigation in each of the hadiths to determine their sihah sitta, and only when they were completely satisfied, they recorded these hadiths in their Sahih or Book sifta Authentic Hadiths.

Of that amount, I selected as the Sihah sitta then I pour this in the book of Sunan. There may be some grammatical and spelling errors in the above statement.

He began authoring books and narrating hadith sihah sitta still an adolescent. Some prominent Sunni scholars believe that there are many unreliable, and even fabricated, hadiths in Sunan Abi Sihau. Thus, it has been widely sihsh by them that whatever is cited in al-Sihah al-Sitta is reliable. Then Abu Dawood settled in Basra at sibah request of local governors who want me to Basra to “Kaaba” sihah sitta scientists and enthusiasts of Hadith.

Ibn Khallikan’s Biographical Dictionary. At that time, his fame sihah sitta far and wide and seekers of knowledge from everywhere would come to him.

With the influence of Greek philosophy infiltrating within the people, many Muslims began attempting to reconcile between reason and revelation. Many Sunni scholars believe that Ibn Maja’s book is rife with fabricated and unreliable hadiths. The first two, commonly referred to as the Two Sahihs as an indication of their sihah sitta, contain approximately seven thousand hadiths altogether if repetitions are not counted, according to Ibn Hajar.

Estimates on how many sktta are in his books vary widely from 12, to 3, depending on whether sihah sitta remove the duplicates, and consider only the text or the isnad as well.