A Must have commentary book set for your Home Library collection.
This is a comprehensive work consisting of 2 Volumes commenting on al-Nawawi's Forty Hadith. This is the latest work covering detailed Commentary on the Forty Hadith of al-Nawawi by Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo with an Introduction by Prof. Jaafar Sheikh Idris.
Rather than studying explanations of the hadith in a narrow sense, the reader will in fact be introduced to many branches of the Islamic sciences such as the following:
the different sciences of hadith,
the science of textual interpretation,
the science of jurisprudence, law,
the science of Arabic language.
A great commentary for a great book.
Book Highlights - Commentary on the Forty Hadith of Al-Nawawi (2 Vol. Set)
- A new translation and commentary of the hadiths.
- A thorough commentary on each hadith.
- A list of Arabic words and phrases.
- A discussion of the status of the hadith.
- Biographical sketches of the companions.
- A presentation and discussion of scholarly interpretations of each hadith.
- An introduction to technical terms.
About Imam Nawawi
His name was "Abu Zakaria Mohiuddin Yahya Ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (Arabic: )" but popularly known as al-Nawawi, an-Nawawi or Imam Nawawi. He lived in the era (1234–1278) corresponding to 631 – 676 A.H. He was a Sunni Muslim author on Fiqh and hadith. His position on legal matters is considered the authoritative one in the Shafi'i Madhhab. He was born at Nawa near Damascus, Syria. As with many Arabic and Semitic names, the last part of his name refers to his hometown.
During his short life of only 45 years he wrote many books on Islamic studies and other topics. One of his famous works involved collecting and sourcing the 40 hadith of the Prophet Mohammed back to one of his companions. This book is a commentary on those 40 ahadith.
By: Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo
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