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Old 04-28-2010, 03:23 PM   #1
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adab al mufrad

salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullah

sorry if this is off topic, but i wanted to know does Imam Bukhari's ''Adab al-Mufrad'' hold the same status as Sahih Bukhari, as in are all the hadiths sahih/hasan?

i've had doubts since i read somewhere that there are some da'if (weak) hadiths in adab al mufrad.

if i could get the answer from Shiekh Navaid that would be great, or if someone has reliable sources to offer that would do as well :P

jazak Allahu khair
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Old 04-29-2010, 07:34 PM   #2
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Re: adab al mufrad

Ali 22,

Wa 'alaikum as salam wa rahamatullahi wa barakaatuhu!

Your wish is my command!

Jazaaka Allahu khairan for your question.

When Imam Al-Bukhari compiled Sahih al-Bukhari his intention was primarily to compile and gather a summarized authentic primer for the students of knowledge and scholars. Thus every connected hadith in Sahih Al-Bukhari meets the most rigorous conditions of authenticity.

As for al-Adab al-Mufrad Imam al-Bukhari did not impose the same conditions as he did in his Sahih. So while most of the ahadith are authentic there are still quite a few which are weak, but none are fabricated (as far as I remember).

I hope that helps insha Allah. Wallahu 'alam.

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Old 04-30-2010, 03:01 AM   #3
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Re: adab al mufrad

Jazak Allahu Khairan, that helped alot Shiekh, im gonna check out now which ones are not authentic and then clear that out of the way insha Allah

i was always wondering why is it when someone sneezes they dont say alhamdulillahi rabb-il 'aalamin and its just me, maybe now i will know lol :P
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Old 04-30-2010, 10:46 AM   #4
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Salaam Alaikum

The english copy I have, the translator did his best to classify each hadith and then also reference what other collections of hadith books they are in. (bukhar, muslim, tirmidi ...)

In abu eesa niamatullah video series on the chapter of the parents from this book he gives a good intro to the book and talks about using weak hadith.

some scholars say you can use a weak hadith (not fabricated) if it is supporting a principle of adab already established by a sahih hadith or ayah like being good to the parents or giving sadaqah but you can't use a weak hadith to establish a ruling.

Also a weak hadith due to the narrator having a bad memory etc doesn't mean it is completely incorrect. A weak hadith just means that it has a 40% chance that it is sahih but a sahih hadith is 100% chance it is sahih.

I agree when I read over the book I checked the classification of the hadith and if it was sahih or hasan I would read it. I don't want the weak hadith in my mind and later not know where I read it or what it was classified.
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Old 04-30-2010, 11:15 AM   #5
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Salaam Alaikum

The english copy I have, the translator did his best to classify each hadith and then also reference what other collections of hadith books they are in. (bukhar, muslim, tirmidi ...)

In abu eesa niamatullah video series on the chapter of the parents from this book he gives a good intro to the book and talks about using weak hadith.

some scholars say you can use a weak hadith (not fabricated) if it is supporting a principle of adab already established by a sahih hadith or ayah like being good to the parents or giving sadaqah but you can't use a weak hadith to establish a ruling.

Also a weak hadith due to the narrator having a bad memory etc doesn't mean it is completely incorrect. A weak hadith just means that it has a 40% chance that it is sahih but a sahih hadith is 100% chance it is sahih.

I agree when I read over the book I checked the classification of the hadith and if it was sahih or hasan I would read it. I don't want the weak hadith in my mind and later not know where I read it or what it was classified.
How did you check over the classification of the hadith? Also, what translation do you have? Is it Shaykh Yusuf Talal Delorenzo's?
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Old 04-30-2010, 11:33 AM   #6
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Weak Ahadeeth in Adab al-Mufrad

Shaykh Muhammad Nasir-ud-Deen al-Albani

Numbers according to Eng. Trans. Of Y. DeLorenzo.

Translation by Abu Rumaysah

7 pg. 5 da’eef isnaad - Sa’eed is unknown

12 pg. 7 da’eef isnaad - it contains Sa’eed bin Abee Hilaal who is confused

22 g. 13 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 4567)

30 pg. 17 da’eef isnaad - it contains the ‘an’ana of Hasan al-Basree and al-Hakam bin Abdul Malik is da’eef

35. pg. 21 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 597)

40. pg. 22 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no.2089). Muslim does not report this hadeeth, rather he reports the story alone via another isnaad without the words, "verily the best of all good-doing…"

42. pg. 23 da’eef isnaad - Sa’d az-Zarqee is unknown

43. pg. 24 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3161)

45. pg. 24 da’eef isnaad due to the poor memory of Shahr

47. pg. 25 da’eef - Irwaa al-Ghaleel (no. 837, 2163). [The hadeeth reported by Muslim is from Abu Hurayrah that a man asked the Messenger of Allaah, "who is the most deserving of my good treatment?" He replied, "your mother, your mother, your mother, your father, then your nearest relatives in order of closeness."]

51. pg. 27 da’eef isnaad - Muhammad bin Abu Musaa is not known, Abu Sa’d (Sa’eed bin Marziyaan) who reports from him is a mudallis.

61. pg. 31 da’eef - Irwaa (no. 949)

62. pg. 31 da’eef isnaad - it contains the shaykh of the author, Muhammad bin Imraan bin Abee Layla who reports from Ayyub bin Jaabir al-Ja’fee and they are both weak. A similar hadeeth is authentically reported from Abu Hurayrah - Irwaa (no. 832)

63. pg. 32 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1456)

66. pg. 33 da’eef except for the words, "Abu Hurayrah seek refuge from the rule of children and fools." - as-Saheehah (no. 3191)

74. pg. 37 da’eef isnaad due to ibn Habeeb being unknown

80. pg. 40 da’eef - Takhreej al-Mishkaat (no. 5002)

81. pg. 40 da’eef - ad-Da-eefah (no. 4822)

83. pg. 41 da’eef isnaad - Abu Ruwwa is unknown as stated by adh-Dhahabee

92. pg. 46 da’eef isnaad - it contains Waleed bin Muslim who is a mudallis, and reporting from him is Waleed bin Numayr whose condition is unknown (majohool haal)

94. pg. 47 da’eef isnaad - it contains al-Wasaafee (Abdullaah bin Waleed) who is weak.

110. pg. 52 da’eef isnaad - Alqamah ibn Bujalah is unknown as stated by adh-Dhahabee.

120. pg. 56 da’eef isnaad - Umarah is unknown, I do not know his aunt, Abdurrahmaan bin Ziyaad who reports from him is weak.

126. pg. 59 da’eef isnaad - Fadl is da’eef but the part containing mention of the inheritance is authentic and has preceded from Aa’ishah and others (no.’s 101, 104, 105) - Irwaa (no. 891) [and this is what Bukhaaree and Muslim report].

134. pg. 63 da’eef isnaad - Hasan (al-Basree) is a mudallis

137. pg. 64 da’eef except for the sentence, "I and the one who cares for an orphan will be like these two in Paradise." The Prophet indicated his two fingers - as-Saheehah (no. 800), ad-Da’eefah (no. 1637). See hadeeth no. 135 in the previous chapter.

139. pg. 65 da’eef isnaad - Abu Amarah is weak and Hasan is Hasan al-Basree.

141. pg. 66 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1122)

152. pg. 71 da’eef isnaad - it contains Yazeed bin Abee Maryam and his mother who are both unknown.

156. pg. 73 da’eef isnaad - Nu’aym bin Yazeed is unknown, but his saying, "whoever gives witness that there is no God…" is authentically reported from Mu’aadh and others - at-Ta’leeq ar-Ragheeb (2/237)

160. pg. 76 da’eef as a mawqoof report, it has also been reported from the Prophet (SAW) with a very weak isnaad - ad-Da’eefah (no. 5833)

161. pg. 76 da’eef isnaad - Hasan (al-Basri) did not meet Umar.

165. pg. 78 da’eef - Mishkaat (no. 3606)

184. pg. 86 da’eef - Ghaayatul Maraam (no. 249), ad-Da’eefah (no. 4363), Takhreej at-Targheeb (3/164)

190. pg. 89 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1641), Sallaam ibn Amr is unknown

196. pg. 91 the end of the hadeeth starting with "otherwise your wife will say…" is da’eef as a statement of the Prophet (SAW) but authentic as a saying of Abu Hurayrah - Irwaa (no. 834).

207. pg. 96 da’eef isnaad - Abdullaah bin Sa’d is unknown.

222. pg. 103 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1489)

235. pg. 110 da’eef isnaad - it contains the ‘an’anah of A’mash and Habeeb (ibn Abee Thaabit) who are both mudallis, there is weakness in Yahyaa bin Eesaa.

249. pg. 116 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no.3486), the supplication is authentic and reported in the two Saheehs.

259. pg. 120 the part starting with, "whoever is asked for advice by a Muslim brother…" is da’eef - as-Sahehah (no. 3100)

261. pg. 121 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1947)

263. pg. 122 da’eef isnaad - Umayr has been declared trustworthy and precise, al-Qaasim bin Maalik has weakness (layyin).

267. pg. 123 da’eef isnaad - ibn Abee Mulaykah is a taabi’ee and therefore it is mursal.

283. pg.129 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1119)

291. pg. 131 da’eef isnaad due to the weakness of Shahr but the supplication for good manners is authentic - Irwaa (no. 74)

308. pg. 139 da’eef - Mishkaat (no. 2500)

309. pg. 139 da’eef isnaad - Yazeed is unknown - the statement, "his manners were the Qur’aan itself " is authentic and reported by Muslim.

311. pg. 140 da’eef - Irwaa (no. 2133)

316. pg. 141 da’eef isnaad - Muhammad Ubayd al-Kindi is unknown

321. pg. 143 da’eef - at-Targheeb (3/282)

329. pg. 145 da’eef isnaad - Abu Yahyaa is weak.

330. pg. 145 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abu Mawdood reporting from Zayd the mawla of Qays al-Hadha who are both unknown.

339. pg. 148 da’eef - but the story of the first man is authentic as is the statement, "O Aa’ishah the worst kind of people…" Bukhaaree and Muslim report only the story of the first man.

343. pg. 150 da’eef with this wording - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2922) the wording reported in no. 862 is authentic - as-Saheehah (no. 3179)

344. pg. 151 da’eef isnaad - Nujayd bin Imraan is unknown.

385. pg. 167 da’eef isnaad due to the it’s being munqati, Hishaam did not meet his grandfather ibn Zubayr.

395. pg. 171 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1251)

396. pg. 171 da’eef - Mishkaat (no. 4892)

398. pg. 172 da’eef - Ghaayatul Maraam (no. 305)

415. pg. 179 da’eef - at-Ta’leeq ar-Ragheeb (4/52).

416. pg. 179 da’eef - Irwaa (7/94). The first sentence, however, is authentic being reported by Abu Hurayrah via another isnaad. It is also reported in the two Saheehs by Abu Ayyub al-Ansaaree with additional wording. Also see no. 401

417. pg. 180 da’eef isnaad - it contains Fadl bin Mubashshir who is weak.

421. pg. 181 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abdullaah bin Kaysaan who is weak.

435. pg. 187 da’eef isnaad - it contains Yazeed bin Abee Ziyaad who has some weakness. The last sentence, "if one of them should call the other…" is authentic and reported by Abu Dharr and others.

437. pg. 188 da’eef - Mukhtasar ash-Shamaa’il (no. 297)

452. pg. 194 da’eef isnaad - Abdullaah and Umm Talq are unknown.

453. pg. 194 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 4798)

458. pg. 196 da’eef - at-Ta’leeq ar-Ragheeb (1/127)

468. pg. 200 da’eef - at-Ta’leeq (3/7)

474. pg. 202 da’eef as mawqoof and has also been reported (unauthentically) from the Prophet (SAW) - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3812)

476. pg. 203 da’eef isnaad due to Jaabir or Juwaybir being unknown. The statement, "the leader of the believers, Ubayy bin Ka’b" is established and commonly employed by the salaf. Refer to ibn Sa’d (3/501) and al-Mustadrak (3/304-305)

480. pg. 205 da’eef isnaad - Dawood is unknown, but the previous authentic hadeeth gives a similar meaning.

482. pg. 205 da’eef isnaad due to the ‘an’anah of Abu Zubayr.

484. pg. 206 da’eef - as-Saheehah (under no. 1787), the first sentence upto "…and humiliation" is authentic.

491. pg. 210 da’eef isnaad - it contains Ishaaq bin al-Alaa (ibn Ibraaheem bin al-Alaa the shaykh of the author) who is weak.

496. pg. 212 da’eef isnaad - Khaalid ibn Rabee is unknown.

527. pg. 227 [should be ibn Umar not Umar] da’eef isnaad due to al-Qurashee being unknown.

529. pg. 228 da’eef isnaad - it contains Ubaydullaah bin Zahr who is weak.

530. pg. 228 da’eef isnaad - the condition of Haarith is unknown (majhool haal)

532. pg. 229 da’eef with this wording - Saheeh Abu Daawood (no. 2716). The part about the Prophet (SAW) visiting him is authentic.

533. pg. 229 da’eef isnaad - it contains Alee bin Zayd (bin Jud’aan) who is weak.

546. pg. 233 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abdurrahmaan (ibn Ziyaad ibn An’am al-Ifreeqee) who is weak.

551. pg. 236 da’eef isnaad - Saalih and his grandmother are unknown, there is a hadeeth from the Prophet (SAW) that conveys the same meaning but it is fabricated - ad-Da’eefah (no. 89)

560. pg. 240 da’eef isnaad - it contains Hammaad bin Basheer al-Jahdamee who is unknown.

565. pg. 241 da’eef isnaad - it contains ibn Zahr (Ubaydullaah) who is weak. The last half is authentically reported from Mu’aawiyah (no. 564). The narration as a hadeeth from the Prophet (SAW) is da’eef - Mishkaat (no. 5056)

566. pg. 242 da’eef isnaad - it contains Layth (ibn Abee Sulaym) who is weak.

573. pg. 245 da’eef jiddan - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3751). Ibn Maajah authentically reports from Umm Haani the hadeeth, "take a sheep for it is a blessing." - as-Saheehah (no. 773)

581. pg. 248 da’eef isnaad - ibn Aseed is unknown.

582. pg. 248 da’eef isnaad - Muhammad is unknown.

587. pg. 251 da’eef isnaad

604. pg. 258 da’eef with this wording. It contains Umar (ibn Abee Salma az-Zuhree al-Qaadee) who has weakness.

609. pg. 261 da’eef isnaad - it contains Muhammad bin Faleeh reporting from his father and they both have weakness.

614. pg. 263 da’eef - at-Ta’leeq alaa Mukhtasar Muslim of al-Mundhiree. Muslim does not report the addition, "he raised his hands and prayed.." and this addition would be shaadh if the hadeeth were authentic. [see pp. 61-62 of Da’eef Adab al-Mufrad]

623. pg. 267 da’eef - Takhreej Mishkaat (no. 2247), Da’eef Abu Daawood (no. 269)

628. pg. 269 da’eef isnaad - it contains the ‘an’anah of ibn Ishaaq

635. pg. 271 da’eef isnaad - it contains Salma (ibn Wardaan) who is weak. The hadeeth is authentically reported from Alee by Bukhaaree, Muslim and others. See also the hadeeth of Abdullaah bin Amr (no. 1221)

636. pg. 271 da’eef - at-Ta’leeq ar-Ragheeb (2/245)

640. pg. 273 da’eef isnaad - it contains Darraaj Abu as-Samh and he has weakness.

641. pg. 273 da’eef isnaad - it contains Sa’eed bin Abdurrahmaan, the mawla of Sa’eed bin al-Aas who is unknown.

652. pg. 277 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abu al-Hasan who is unknown.

663. pg. 281 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2912)

668. pg. 283 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3339)

671. pg. 284 da’eef - Mishkaat (no. 2466), Da’eef Abu Daawood (no. 271)

680. pg. 286 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3356), ar-Rawd an-Nadeer (no. 1119)

682. pg. 287 da’eef mawqoof, it has also been reported (unauthentically) from the Prophet (SAW) - ad-Da’eefah (no. 6042)

710. pg. 299 da’eef isnaad - ibn Qays in unknown

714. pg. 301 da’eef - Mishkaat (no. 2232)

716. pg. 302 da’eef isnaad - it contains al-Mubaarak bin Hisaan who is weak.

722. pg. 304 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1042)

723. pg. 304 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - Musaa is of weak memory and al-Hakam (ibn Abaan) is not established. The first sentence, "O Allaah, glory…" is authentically reported from the Prophet (SAW) - as-Saheehah (no. 1872)

726. pg. 305 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3416)

738. pg. 311 da’eef - al-Irwaa (no. 2354), ad-Da’eefah (no. 6318)

751. pg. 320 the sentence, "use it in the way of Allaah…" is da’eef.

755. pg. 321 da’eef isnaad - ibn Akhee Abee Rahm is unknown.

759. pg. 324 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1265)

766. pg. 326 da’eef isnaad - it contains Alee bin Zayd (ibn Jud’aan) who is weak.

772. pg. 328 da’eef isnaad - it contains Layth (ibn Abee Sulaym) who is weak.

782. pg. 332 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - it contains ibn Abdul Azeez (Nasr bin Imraan) who is unknown. The sentence starting with, "there are people in this world…" is authentic as a saying of the Prophet (SAW) - as-Saheehah (no. 2620)

783. pg. 333 da’eef mawqoof - as-Saheehah (under no. 138)

786. pg. 334 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2453)

789. pg. 335 da’eef isnaad - Salmaan is unknown.

796. pg. 337 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2255)

799. pg. 338 da’eef isnaad - it contains Shareek (ibn Abdullaah al-Qaadee) who is weak due to his poor memory.

804. pg. 340 da’eef isnaad - ibn Jud’aan is weak

808. pg. 342 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - Sa’b bin Hakeem and his father are both unknown.

814. pg. 345 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 4804)

815. pg. 346 da’eef - except for the sentence, "so look for it on one of the last ten nights…" - ad-Da’eefah (no. 6338)

816. pg. 346 da’eef - Irwaa (no. 1178) but the whole hadeeth is saheeh due to supports.

821. pg. 348 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 4280)

824. pg. 349 da’eef isnaad - Umar is unknown.

825. pg. 350 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 3706).

826. pg. 350 da’eef isnaad - Ra’itah is not known.

830. pg. 352 da’eef isnaad - Umm Kulthum is unknown.

834. pg. 354 shaadh (irregular) - as-Saheehah (no. 211). The correct wording is, "the name of Zaynab used to be Burrah and it was said that she purified herself and the Messenger of Allaah (SAW) named her Zaynab."

859. pg. 363 da’eef isnaad - it contains Ayyub bin Thaabit and he is weak (layyin).

876. pg. 368 da’eef isnaad - Umar is unknown.

884. pg. 372 da’eef isnaad - Abdurrahmaan is unknown.

890. pg. 374 da’eef isnaad - Umm Alqamah (Marjaanah) is unknown.

891. pg. 374 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2307), Sa’d bin Sa’eed al-Ansaaree is unknown.

896. pg. 376 da’eef isnaad - Shahr is weak.

907. pg. 381 da’eef isnaad - Umm Aseed is unknown but the hadeeth is authentic and mutawaatir with the wording, "whosoever lies against me deliberately then let him take his seat in the Fire."

915. pg. 386 da’eef isnaad - Umm Alqamah is unknown but there are many, well-known, ahaadeeth prohibiting omens.

919. pg. 389 shaadh - the correct wording from ibn Umar is, "if there is an evil omen in anything then it is in a house…" - as-Saheehah (no.’s 799, 993, 1897), see no. 920. [Refer to Da’eef Adab al-Mufrad (pp. 84+) for further notes].

923. pg. 390 da’eef isnaad mawqoof, it is also reported from the Prophet (SAW) with a very weak isnaad. - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2577)

925. pg. 391 da’eef isnaad due to the weakness of al-Ifreeqee. The six things are authentically reported from the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah without the words, "if he neglects any one of them he will have neglected a duty he owes to his brother."

929. pg. 393 da’eef mawqoof, it has also been reported (unauthentically) from the Prophet (SAW) - ad-Da’eefah (no. 6139)

939. pg. 397 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - it contains Amaarah bin Zaadaan who is weak.

967. pg. 414 da’eef - Takhreej al-Kalim at-Tayyib (no. 235)

972. pg. 416 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - Ibraaheem bin Marzuq and his father are unknown.

975. pg. 418 da’eef - Irwaa (no. 1203)

977. pg. 419 da’eef isnaad - ibn Jud’aan (Alee) is weak.

978. pg. 419 da’eef isnaad - Ummm Abaan is unknown.

979. pg. 419 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - Sihayb (the mawlaa of al-Abbaas) is not known.

1006. pg. 429 da’eef isnaad - Hayyaaj is unknown.

1007. pg. 429 da’eef isnaad - Musaa bin Sa’d and his father are unknown.

1019. pg. 434 da’eef isnaad mawqoof - Kanaanah is weak. The first sentence is authentically reported from the Prophet (SAW) - as-Saheehah (no. 518) as is the last sentence. The likes of the last sentence is also authentic as a mawqoof report and has preceded in no. 1015.

1020. pg. 434 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (under no. 5433)

1021. pg. 435 da’eef isnaad - it contains Ubaydullaah bin Zahr who is weak.

1023. pg. 435 da’eef isnaad maqtoo - Abu Ruzayq is unknown.

1026. pg. 436 da’eef - Adaab az-Zufaaf (no. 220).

1031. pg. 440 da’eef isnaad - Ziyaad bin Ubayd is unknown.

1033. pg. 441 da’eef isnaad due to its being munqati - ash-Sha’bee did not meet Umar.

1045. pg. 445 da’eef isnaad - it contains Fudayl bin Sulaymaan who makes many mistakes. The second and third sentences are authentically reported from the Prophet (SAW).

1061. pg. 453 da’eef isnaad - it contains Yahyaa bin al-Yamaan and Layth (ibn Abee Sulaym) both of whom are weak. A similar report from ibn Abbaas follows, no. 1067

1065. pg. 454 da’eef isnaad - it contains al-Layth who is weak.

1066. pg. 454 da’eef isnaad - Ash’at (ibn Sawwaar) is weak and Abu Zubayr is a mudallis.

1068. pg. 456 da’eef isnaad - Ash’at is weak and the condition of Kirdaws is not known.

1085. pg. 464 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 2586)

1095. pg. 468 da’eef isnaad - Ammaar did not meet Umar.

1100. pg. 470 da’eef isnaad - A’yan is unknown.

1103. pg. 471 da’eef isnaad - Abu Abdul Malik is unknown.

1114. pg. 477 shaadh with this wording of the first sentence. The correct wording is, "do not be the first to offer the Jews and Christians greetings, and when you meet them on the road push them to the narrowest part." Reported by Muslim and others.

1131. pg. 484 da’eef - ad-Saheehah (under no. 2845).

1138. pg. 486 da’eef isnaad - Sayf is weak. The statement starting with "beware!.." and ending with, "…even the lowest of the low" is authentic - as-Saheehah (no. 2752)

1140. pg. 487 da’eef isnaad - Sufyaan is unknown. The statement prohibiting the prostration is authentically reported from ibn Umar by Ibn Abee Shaybah (2/16), and it is reported (unauthentically) as a saying of the Prophet (SAW) - Da’eef Abu Daawood (no. 254)

1146. pg. 490 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abu Aamir al-Muzani (Saalih bin Rustum) who is weak.

1149. pg. 492 da’eef isnaad - ibn Mu’ammal has been declared weak. The first sentence is authentic and has preceded in no. 1148.

1159. pg. 498 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abdullaah bin Zayd bin Aslam who has weakness (layyin).

1161. pg. 498 da’eef isnaad - Maalik bin Zubayd is unknown.

1163. pg. 499 da’eef isnaad - it contains Ubaydullaah bin Mudaarib who is not known.

1169. pg. 501 da’eef isnaad - Musaa is weak.

1178. pg. 504 da’eef isnaad - it contains al-Ash’at who is weak.

1185. pg. 506 da’eef isnaad - Abu Ruzayq is unknown.

1191. pg. 509 da’eef isnaad - Umm Bakr is unknown.

1193. pg. 510 da’eef isnaad with this wording - it contains Waleed bin Jameel al-Kindee al-Falasteenee who is truthful but makes mistakes. The correct wording is, "this is a position that is disliked by Allaah" as in the previous hadeeth.

1195. pg. 510 da’eef isnaad - Mishkaat (no. 4417)

1198. pg. 512 da’eef isnaad - the condition of Alee bin Ammarah is unknown.

1201. pg. 513 da’eef isnaad - Muhammad bin Ibraaheem (ibn Abdurrahmaan bin Thawbaan) is unknown.

1202. pg. 513 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abdullaah bin Husayn bin Ataa who is weak.

1203. pg. 513 da’eef isnaad - it contains Yahyaa bin Abdurrahmaan al-Asree who is not known - as-Saheehah (under no. 1844)

1206. pg. 518 da’eef - ad-Da’eefah (no. 1041)

1219. pg. 523 da’eef isnaad - it contains the ‘an’anah of Abu Zubayr. It has also been reported (unauthentically) from the Prophet (SAW) - at-Ta’leeq ar-Ragheeb (1/210)

1228. pg. 528 da’eef - Irwaa (4/226), Da’eef Abu Daawood (no. 319)

1242. pg. 532 da’eef - at-Ta’leeq ar-Ragheeb (3/288), ad-Da’eefah (no. 6409)

1250. pg. 535 da’eef - as-Saheehah (under no. 722)

1251. pg. 536 da’eef isnaad - Umar is weak

1253. pg. 537 da’eef isnaad - it contains the ‘an’anah of ibn Ishaaq.

1258. pg. 539 da’eef isnaad - Bilaal is unknown.

1262. pg. 541 munkar with this wording - ad-Da’eefah (no. 6350). The correct wording has the word "circumcision" in the place of "siwaak" and it is this wording that has been reported by Bukhaaree and Muslim.

1264. pg. 542 da’eef isnaad - Ja’far is truthful but makes mistakes, reporting from him is Ma’roof bin Suhayl al-Burjee who is unknown and from him Ibraaheem al-Mukhtaar who has weak memory.

1266. pg. 543 da’eef isnaad - ibn al-Munkadir is weak in hadeeth.

1268. pg. 544 da’eef isnaad - Husayn is unknown, Umar is weak.

1273. pg. 545 da’eef isnaad - Fudayl is unknown and the two narrators preceding him are weak.

1281. pg. 548 da’eef isnaad - Ya’laa (ibn Murrah al-Kufee) is unknown.

1290. pg. 551 da’eef isnaad - Shahr and Layth are weak.

1295. pg. 553 da’eef isnaad - it contains Abdullaah bin Uthmaan bin Abdullaah bin Abdurrahmaan bin Samurah who is unknown.

1296. pg. 553 da’eef isnaad - the condition of Abdul Azeez is unknown.

1298. pg. 554 da’eef - shaadh with the wording al-Dab (underarm hair), the correct wording is al-Ibt (underarm hair) and this is the wording of Bukhaaree.

1300. pg. 554 da’eef isnaad - Ammaara is unknown.

1301. pg. 554 da’eef isnaad - Abu Ishaaq (as-Sabee’ee) is confused and a mudallis.

1303. pg. 555 da’eef isnaad due to the presence of the unnamed man.

1306 pg. 556 da’eef isnaad munqati - Hasan (al-Basree) is a mudallis and Yusuf is weak in hadeeth.

1309. pg. 557 da’eef isnaad - ibn Abbaas al-Qurashee is unknown.

1313. pg. 558 da’eef isnaad - it contains al-Layth who is unknown.

Albaanee said, "I praise Allaah, the Blessed and Exalted, for His tawfeeq and I ask him for increase from His bounty and Kindness. With this narration of Abu Hurayrah this edition of Adab al-Mufrad ends containing those marfoo ahaadeeth and mawqoof narrations that have a weak isnaad and there is nothing found that would support and strengthen it in accordance to my methodology that I have explained in the introduction. Due to this the number of weak narrations and ahaadeeth is only 218. This number is much smaller than the actual number of ahaadeeth that have a weak isnaad [but are authentic due to supports.]

All praise is due to Allaah by Whose Favour the righteous actions are completed."



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Old 04-30-2010, 03:17 PM   #7
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Re: adab al mufrad

subhanAllah, first Allah gives me an answer from the shiekh himself, then He gives me straight out what i've been searching for...can't think of what to say really except what is due, which is alhamdulillah.
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Asalamu Alaikum,

I recommend purchases Abu Eesa's Adab al Mufrad DVD set which is an explanation of the ahadith in Adab al Mufrad. Aside from his fabulolus explanations of the hadith, He does a fantastic job in explaining why Imam bukhari put some weak narrations in this book...as he calls it, "Bukharitronics" There is a special message for the tullab ul ilm in the placing of these weak hadith.
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Old 04-30-2010, 05:42 PM   #9
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May Allah (swt) grant Shaykh Al-Albani the highest levels of Jannah for his service to the ummah. What he accomplished is nothing short of remarkable.

There was an interesting article on Shaykh Suhaib Webb's site about situations where Shaykh Al-Albani (rahimhahullah) declared hadith weak that were in fact strong for one reason or another, some of which were due to bad information that he had. Again, this is no way takes away from him because as the article points out, he would always make the effort to correct any mistakes he made.

I'm not sure if I can link to it directly, but if you go to suhaibwebb<dot>com and search for "glowing example critique respect" without quotes, you should be able to find it. It's titled, A Glowing Example of Critique and Respect by Sh. Muhammad Hassan Al-Shanqiti (may Allah preserve him)

The reason why I am pointing this out is due to a point made in the article that just as we do research to validate if a Hadith is strong, we should due similar research to validate that a Hadith truly is weak if its been declared weak. If we can't do that research, we should rely upon scholars who are alive today to assist in this matter. That's why everyone should purchase Shaykh Abu Eesa's DVD set (including myself :P )

You should also read the article, regardless, because of the adab that is displayed.
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Allah alaam but the dvd set is only on the chapter of being good to parents not on every hadith in the book.
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