الشمائل المحمدية، ومعه المواهب اللدنية على الشمائل المحمدية
al-Mawahib al-laduniyyah 'ala Shama'il al-Muhamadiyyah
Author of the Matn: Imam, al-Haifdh Abi 'Isa Muhammad Ibn 'Isa al-Tirmidhi
Author of the Sharh: Imam, al-Faqih Ibrahim Bin Muhammad al-Bajuri ash-Shafi'i
Tahqiq By: Shaykh Muhammad 'Awwamah
Hardback 669 Pages
Published by Dar al-Yusr & Dar al-Minhaj, Sa'udi
About the Book
The Characteristics of Prophet Muhammad (May the Peace and Blessing of upon Him). In this book Imam Tirmidhi has recorded everything about the Holy Propet (S.A.W) on the authority of the Companions, and collected 397 ahadith which are devided into 55 Chapters. Drawing A pen picture of the Holy Prophet's (S.A.W) physical features manners and characteristics.
This explanation is one of the most concise and well used of all the Shuruh of Imam al-Tirmidhi's Shama'il of the Prophet.
IDEAL FOR STUDENTS AND BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SHAMA'IL
About Imam at-Tirmidhi
Muhammad b. 'Isa b. Thawra b. Musa b. al-Dahhak. Tirmidhi. His Kunya (honorific name) was Abu 'Isa but most widely known as Imam Tirmidhi He was born in the year 209 A.H and died in Rajab 279 A.H. at the age of seventy.
He was the compiler of al-Jami` ut-Tirmidhi which is among the six authentic books of hadith. al-Jami` ut-Tirmidhi has been categorized as fifth amongst the six most authentic books of hadith. According to the most preferred opinion, Bukhari enjoys the highest status, followed by Muslim, Abu Dawood, Nasai, Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah respectively, however some scholar differ on this categorisation , (Haji Khalifa in al-Kashf al-Dhunoon has categorised Tirmidhi in third position. Some Scholar Do Include The Muwatta of Imam Malik in this List after Bukhari and Muslim).
According to Ibn Taymiyya and Shah Waliullah, Imam Timidhi was an independent Jurist (Mujtahid).
About Imam al-Bajuri
He is Ibrahim Bin Muhammad al-Bajuri ash-Shafi'i, the imam and Shaykh of Al-Azhar (d.1198-1277 H). He is the shaykh of the Shafi'is in his day and has written the best explanation of one of the most studied books in the Shafi'i school of thought, namely the Matn Abi Shuja'. He named it al-Iqna' Sharh Matn Abi Shuja'. Almost all of his works are refered to as 'Hashiyat al-Bajuri' in respective to the Shuruh he wrote. There was no science he didn't excel in and this can be seen through his wide range of work in various fields.
About Shaykh Muhammad 'Awwamah
Muhammad ‘Awwamah was born in Aleppo in Syria in 1940 (1358). He began his journey and quest for knowledge in 1953 (1373) when he regularly attended the lessons conducted by Shaykh Mu ammad al-Salqini. In his early days as a student, he studied under Shaykh ‘Abdullah Sirajuddin. From 1958 (1378), he began studying under Shaykh ‘Abdul Fatta Abu Ghudda. He eventually became known for his affiliation to these two illustrious and erudite scholars and he is regarded as their foremost student. In 1962 (1382) he enrolled at the Faculty of Shari‘ah and in this year Shaykh ‘Abdullah Sirajuddin appointed him as a teacher at Madrasa al-Sha‘baniyya. He taught there until 1980 (1400).
In 1959 (1379) he traveled to Egypt where he met a number of senior scholars such as the two Moroccan brothers, Shaykh Ahmad and Shaykh ‘Abdullah al-Ghumari, Shaykh ‘Abdul Wahhab ‘Abdul LaCif and Shaykh Mu ammad Abu Zahra. He contributed greatly to an Islamic academic revival in Aleppo and was appointed from a young age as a teacher at Jami‘ al-RawFa. His teacher, Shaykh ‘Abdul Fatta Abu Ghudda described him as “yesterdays student, today's colleague” and “the excellent mu aqqiq (researcher and editor)”.
In about 1980 (1400) he moved to Medina in Saudi Arabia where he joined the Islamic University and established the Center for Academic Research which later became known as the Center for Serving the Sunnah and the Sirah. It was from this center that he began editing the book, Ithaf al-Mahara. In 1986 (1406), he established an office for editing the Islamic Heritage which is affiliated to Dar al-Qibla. Shaykh ‘Awwamah may be described as a person of clear illuminated thought and methodology. This is apparent in his writing, particularly in Athar al-Hadith al-Sharif fi Ikhtilaf al-A’immat al-Fuqaha and his book Adab al-Ikhtilaf fi Masa’il al-‘Ilm wal-Din. Shaykh Mu ammad Sa‘id al-anCawi who is a famous and erudite scholar said: “I am not aware of anyone alive more knowledgeable than him in tahqiq.”
Shaykh ‘Awwamah has numerous academic contributions other than the two books mentioned above. Some of his works are:
• Musnad ‘Umar ibn ‘Abdul Aziz by al-Baghandi. He provided sources to the Hadith and some explanations.
• Al-Ansab by al-Sama‘ani. He edited a portion of it.
• Taqrib al-Tahdhib by MafiQ Ibn Hajar with marginal notes by ‘Allamah ‘Abdullah al-BaRri and his student al-Mayrghani.
• Al-Kashif by al-Dhahabi. Shaykh ‘Awwamah wrote an extensive introduction to it.
• Majalis Ibn NaRiruddin al-Dimashqi
• Min Ui a al-A adith al-Qudsiyya. A compilation of 100 Hadith Qudsi with a short explanation to them.
• Al-Mukhtar min Fara’id al-Nuqul wal-Akhbar. Educational anecdotes for a student.
• Al-Qawl al-Badi‘ fi al-Ualat ‘ala al-Mabib al-Shafi‘ by al-Sakhawi.
• Al-Sunan by Imam Abu Dawud. He edited it and compared it with MafiQ Ibn Hajar’s version and seven other copies.
• Al-Shama’il al-Mu ammadiyya by Imam al-Tirmidhi with the commentary by al-Bajuri.
• Al-Musannaf by Ibn Abi Shayba. He edited it and compared it with various manuscripts and he provided references for the Hadith. He was involved with this work for 16 years and it as finally published in 28 volumes.
• A comparative Hadith study of Nasb al-Rayah with manuscripts and he was able to identify about 1000 printing errors.
He has reprinted many of his books every time he improves on the work. He always tries to obtain original copies of the books he is editing. As a result he was blessed with many manuscripts. He is well known for his excellent and informative introductions to many books.
Also available from two different publishers:
Dar al-Fawaid / Dar Ibn Rajab
Maktaba Al Assrya, Beirut, Lebanon
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