The scholar of Ḥadīth, teacher at the Haram in Makkah, Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Alee ibn Aadam al-Ityoobee (may Allaah preserve him) explains the source books of Ḥadīth with his signature exhaustive method.
His detailed explanation of the 266 ḥadīths in the Introduction of Sunan Ibn Maajah has been printed. Its called:
His detailed approach includes, but is not limited to, the following:
The text of the ḥadīth with its chain
A detailed discussion of all the narrators in the chain, one by one, including their rank as a narrator, their teachers and students, any known differing over their reliability, and how many ḥadīth each one has in the book he is explaining.
Special characteristics of the chain, or special relationships between the narrators
An explanation of the words in the ḥadīth
The authenticity of the ḥadīth
References to other sources of the ḥadīth (takhreej)
Overall benefits from the ḥadīth, loaded with quotes from the earlier scholars
As mentioned in
this post, this book will be one of our primary resources in our study of the Introduction of Sunan Ibn Maajah, in shaa' Allaah.
May Allaah give us success.
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