Musnad 'Abdullahi Ibn Mubarak
& Kitabul Birr Wal Sillat : Arabic Only
By Imam 'Abdullahi Ibn Mubarak
Tahqiq : Dr. Mustafa 'Uthman Muhammad
Paperback 222 Pages
Publisher : Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyyah (DKI)
About The Book
Collection of Ahadith by the Imam 'Abdullahi Ibn Mubarak who was an contemporary of Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal and the likes. This copy also contains additional book by the same author which is Kitab Al-Birr wal Sillat.
The last book is an collection of Ahadith concerning the adab of dealing with parents as well as children. It is one of the best books written by the Imam.
About The Author
‘Abdullah b. al-Mubark b. Wadhih al-Handhali al-Tamimi. He was born in Marw’ one of the prime cities in Khurasan (nowadays in the surroundings of Afghanistan and Central Asia), in the year 118 AH. Marw has historically been a bustling city of ‘ilm which produced many scholars such as Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Sufyan al-Thawri and Ishaq ibn Rahawey. It was in this same city that ‘Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak was born and raised until he reached roughly the age of twenty whereupon he left and began his travels to seek knowledge.
'Abdullah ibn Idris said, 'We have nothing to do with any hadith that is not known to Ibn al-Mubarak. Ibn al-Mubarak was a muhaddith (a scholar in Hadith) to whom many of the scholars and those in authority paid tribute to. He was esteemed by both peers and elders and he was recognised and respected for his scholarship in this field. The scholars of Jarh and Ta'dil
(critique of the narrators) are unanimous in their approval of him as a strong, reliable and trustworthy muhaddith.
He is also one of the narrators of Imam al-Bukhari in his Sahih collection, and it is well known the strict and firm guidelines that Imam al-Bukhari adopted when it came to the particulars of narrators and their reliability in Hadith. Yahya ibn Ma'in (scholar in Jarh and Ta'dil) said, 'He (Ibn al-Mubarak) was intelligent and accurate (in narrating reports). He was trustworthy and knowledgeable of the Sahih narrations.'
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