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Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

Assalaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakaatuh

Safar 29, 1432/February 2, 2011

Bulughul Maraam Class 1: Notes

 

*There was a lot of cutting of the voice in the first class, so forgive any errors in my post. Barakallahu Feekum. I appreciate any updates and information added that is not found here. All students are again welcome to review the recording as I will do later in an effort to improve the notes given below inshaAllah.

 

Information about the Instructor:

His full name is Haneef Muhammad Ibnul Tawheed al Bashir. He was born in Jamaica but raised in America. He has been studying for the past ten years. He began his studies in Eygpt where he learned the Arabic language and some of the fundamentals of the Religion. Every since that time he has been studying in Saudi, where is now currently residing.

 

Explanation of the Ahaadith of Ahkaam (rulings):

 

We are going to start with this text (Bulughul maraam) that deals with narrations specific to that which is halaal wal haraam. This class will not deal with issues of Aqeedah.

 

Why did the scholars make these types of books:

 

The scholars have made these books for the students to select ahaadith in issues dealing with the rulings because these are the questions that often arise, it also makes it eaier to search for the answers to this questions and to check the authenticity of any hadith.

 

Examples of books:

 

Bulughal Maraam authored by Ahmed Ibnul Ali al Asqalani  (place where he is from located in Palestine) asldo know as Ibn Hajar.

 

Umdatul Ahkaam authored by Al-Maqdisi. This book differs from the others because it cites ahaadith from two sources only (i.e.) Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim.

 

Al-Muntaqa authored by Majdudeen Ibn Taymiyyah (the grandfather of shayhkul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah)

 

Al-Muharrar (need to check spelling) authored by Muhammad Ibnul Abdul Hadi (student of shayhkul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah.)

 

Brief Biography of Shaykh Ahmed Ibn Ali al-Asqalani:

 

He was known to be from the scholars of eygpt because this is where he lived and where he died. He died in 852H. As mentioned before he was known as Ibn Hajar and was more renouned for he famous book, the best explanation of sahih al-Bukhari containing 13 volumes and is still widely used today by the scholars. Fathul Bari. Ibn Hajar himself said, "It was one of my works that I am most proud of."

 

His teacher Ibn Mulaqqin wrote over 30 volumes (34 books) on the subject.

 

Al-Hathir Ibn al-Iraqi authored a poem named Al-Ath-thiyyah (check the name) refers to the word 1,000, that contains 1,000 lines of peotry pertaining to the Science of ahaadith called At-Tabseer wat-Tadh`kir (check the name?)

 

An explanation to the poem was written by Ibn Hajar's student fathul Mugheen (check the name) 

 

Starting the Text Kitaabat-Taaharah (The Book of Purification)

Hadith # 1 Narrated by Abu Hurairah (radi allahu anhu)

The word kitaab known to you as book, originates from the word meaning to write or specifically to "gather things", here it means the gathering of words on a specific subject.

 

The chapter on Al-Miyyah (plural form of water):

 

Water comes from many sources: rain water, well water, a valley, the sea, an ocean, water with salt, and spring water. So with this hadith we will learn the rulings for these types of water and answer the question -- is it permissable to use these types of water for purification or not?

 

1. Abu Huraira which is not his real name, but a kunya. His real name is Abdur Rahman bin Sakhr Ad-Dausi. He is from the companions of the Messenger of Allah (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam) and he narrated over 5,000 ahaadith, the most ahaadith narrated from any companion from the Prophet (salla allahu aliahi wa sallaam).

 

2. "The water of the sea or ocean is pure and its dead are permissable." Narrated by the Arba`a (four sunan scholars)

 

3. Ibn Hajar when he mentions the Arba`a, the four sunan scholars he is referring to the Sunan of Abu Dawud (student of Imaam Ahmed), At-Tirmidhi (student of Imaam al-Bukhari), An-Nasa`i and Ibn Majah 

 

4. Ibnul Abi Shaybah (check spelling) also has a book, not a Sunan but a different category called Al-Munasaf (narrations from the Prophet (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam) and the sahabah) and it is organized by sections to due with fiqh.

 

5. The sunan contain only the statements of the Prophet (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam).

 

Allah knows best. Anything that you find to be of benefit is from Allah ta`ala, and all errors in the text are due to myself and that from the shaytain. May Allah allow us to increase in benefit and bring about a clear understanding of that which we have learned aameen.

 

Homework:

Memorize the following information:

One of Ibn Hajar's teachers, and one of his students mentioned.

The (4) Scholars of Sunan Compilers

What is meant by Umdatul Ahkam

The authors of the (4) books mentioned

 

 

February 1, 2011 at 3:01 PM Flag Quote & Reply

thmsadaqagroup
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Corrections from the Instructor walhamdulillah:

 

Why did the scholars make these types of books:

The scholars have made these books for the students entailing selected ahaadith in issues dealing with the rulings covering questions that often arise in legislative matters, it also makes it easier to search for the answers to this questions and to check the authenticity of any hadith pertaining to rulings and its source.

 

Examples of books:

Bulughal Maraam authored by Ahmed Ibnul Ali al Asqalani (place where he is from located in Palestine) aslo know as Ibn Hajar.

 

Brief Biography of Shaykh Ahmed Ibn Ali al-Asqalani:

 

Al-Hafith al-Iraqi authored a poem named Al-Al-fiyyah (check the name) refers to the word 1,000, that contains 1,000 lines of poetry pertaining to the Science of ahaadith called At-Tabsirah wat-Tadh`kirah

 

An explanation to the poem was written by Ibn Hajar's student, As-Sakhaawi, entitled fathul Mugheeth

 

The chapter on Al-Miyyah (plural form of water):

1. Abu Huraira which is not his real name, but a kunya. His real name is Abdur Rahman bin Sakhr Ad-Dausi. He is from the companions of the Messenger of Allah (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam) and he narrated over 5,000 ahaadith, the most ahaadith narrated from any companion of the Prophet (salla allahu aliahi wa sallaam).

 

4. Ibnu Abi Shaybah also has a book, not a Sunan but a different category called Al-Musannaf (narrations from the Prophet (sallaAllahu alaihi wa sallaam) and the sahabah) and it is organized by subject matter.

 

BarakAllahu Feekum

February 2, 2011 at 8:25 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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Listen to the first class here:

http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/456099-fiqhul-hadeeth-from-the-book-bulooghul-maraam

February 6, 2011 at 7:23 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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