3 edition of Al-Murūʼah wa-khawārimuhā found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Dār Ibn ʻAffān lil-Nashr wa-al-Tawzīʻ|
|Publishers||Dār Ibn ʻAffān lil-Nashr wa-al-Tawzīʻ|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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Observing that narrator's religiosity and asking others about it. Evaluation of the narrators of specific books• Misconception due to narrating on the basis of misunderstanding.
Requesting the narrator in question to narrator from a particular living scholar and then returning to that scholar and comparing his narrations with those of the narrator under examination. For example, reliable, reliable thiqah thiqahor reliable, firm thiqah thabt. Methods of evaluation scholars of the past employed various methods by which to evaluate the narrating abilities of a narrator.
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If al-Murūʼah wa-khawārimuhā narrator narrates from a deceased scholar, inquiring when he, the narrator in question, was born, when he met that scholar and where and then comparing the dates provided in his response to the recognized dates of that scholars death and travels. Among the most common of these categories are: General evaluation [ ]• Grounds for criticism The grounds upon which a narrator is subject to criticism are numerous some relating to moral uprightness and others to precision.
This is because, as said, that Allah and his Prophet declared the to be upright and trustworthy, and, therefore, there is no need to investigate their reliability, however, one must investigate the condition of those after them.
A narrator intentionally lying, claiming a statement to be a Prophetic when it is not.  Time of the Companions While many Companions narrated hadith, according to Ahmad ibn Hanbal there were six who were the most prolific narrators of them, who lived long lives enabling them narrate to a large extent.
" Time of the Companions [ ] While many narratedaccording to there were six who were the most prolific narrators of them, who lived long lives enabling them narrate to a large extent. The al-Murūʼah wa-khawārimuhā level according to Ibn Abi Hatim and Ibn al-Salah the highest is the use of a single adjective in describing a narrator. So, perhaps, the dates provided by the narrator may contradict the established dates, for example, claiming that he heard from a particular scholar after the recognized death of that scholar.
495, Dar al-'Asimah, first edition, 2003. The second relates to criticism of a narrator, or more, in the of a particular hadith. This level would also be inclusive of an individual accused of heresy. Nuzhah al-Nathar, bypublished as an-Nukat, al-Murūʼah wa-khawārimuhā. Comparing the narrations of the narrator with those of narrators of established reliability, comparing them seeking any distinctions that might be unique to that narrator, in particular, while contradicting the others.
 The death of Uthman was in the year 35 after the migration. This is considered an acceptable practice as long as those alterations are brought to light following the examination process. The first relates to the continuity of the hadith's ; if there is between two or more narrators, that hadith is criticized on this basis as discussed in depth in the article.
18—20, Dar al-Rayah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1996.