النكت على كتاب إبن الصلاح
An-Nukat 'Ala Kitab Ibn Salah
By Ibn Hajar Asqalani
Tahqiq & Taliq : Mas'ud Abdul Hamid al-Sa'dani & Muhammad Faris
Hardback 384 Pages
Publisher : Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiya (DKI), Beirut, Lebanon
About The Book
This Book - An-Nukat 'Ala Kitab Ibn Salah consists of notes by By Ibn Hajar Asqalani on the points made by Ibn As-Salah in his famous work Ulum al-Hadith of Abu 'Amr 'Uthman ibn As-Salah (d. AH 643), commonly known as Muqaddimat Ibn As-Salah (Muqaddimah) , compiled while he taught in the dar al-Hadith (Hadith school) of several cities in Syria.
About The Author
Imam Ahmad ibn Ali al-Asqalani (d. 852/1448), famously known as Ibn Hajar after one of his ancestors is arguably the best hadith scholar of the Mamluk period.
The Dhahabi of his time and the amir al-muminin of the hadith scholars. Suyuti says that he drank from the well of zamzam and prayed to Allah to give him more knowledge than Shams ad-Din adh-Dhahabi.
He is the author of over 300 books some going into lengthy volumes. He died on Friday 28 Dhi al-Hijja 852 hijri and was buried in al-Qarrafa, Cairo, now famously known as the City of the Dead (madinat al-mawta).
About Ibn Salah
Abu Amr Uthman bin Abdul Rahman Salah al-Din al-Kurdi commonly known as Ibn al-Ṣalaḥ , was a Kurdish Shafi'i hadith specialist and the author of the seminal Introduction to the Science of Hadith(Muqaddima Ibn Salah).
He was born in the year 1181 CE/577 AH in Sharazor . He first studied fiqh with his father in Sharazor, was most recognised for his contribution to the field of hadith, he was well-grounded in a variety of disciplines.
He held several positions throughout his life, primarily in the field of education. He taught at the Salahiyyah School in Jerusalem and then, following the destruction of its city walls, moved to Damascus and taught at the Rawahiyyah School for some time following its inception.
Following the foundation of Dar al-Hadith Ashrafiyyah, he became its shaikh and was the first to teach and give verdicts there in the year 530 AH. It was here that he dictated his work Introduction to the Science of Hadith to his students. He was then appointed a teacher at the al-Shamiyyah al-Sughara School.
He died on 1245 CE/643 AH, at the age of 66. His funeral prayer was performed at the Jamea mosque of Damascus.
Ibn al-Salah had a number of works, including :
1. Muqaddimah fī ‘Ulum al-Ḥadīth
2. Ishkalat 'ala al-Wasit
4. Siyanah Sahih Muslim
5. Numerous fatawa, or religious rulings
7. Adab al-Mufti wa al-Mustafta
8. Nukat 'Ala al-Muhadhdhab
9. Tabaqat al-Fuqaha al-Shafiiyyah
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