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INTRODUCTION

Imam Ibn Mājah is the sixth of the Collectors of the a`ṣ-Ṣiħāħu `ṣ-Ṣittah. He contributed to the development of the science of Hadīth and its collection in other areas. In this study we shall study his biography and assess his Sunan and familiarize ourselves with commentaries written on them.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this unit, you should be able to : Mention the real name and lineage of Ibn Mājah  Highlight the character of Ibn Mājah Assess the contribution of Ibn Mājah to Islamic Science  Write an Overview of the Sunan Ibn Mājah and Its Commentaries

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THE LIFE AND HADĪTH COLLECTION OF IMAM IBN MĀJAH AND IT’S COMMENTARY

His Name, Birth, Character and Writing, The Sunan Ibn Mājah and Its Coemmentaries

INTRODUCTION

Imam Ibn Mājah is the sixth of the Collectors of the a`ṣ-Ṣiħāħu `ṣ-Ṣittah. He contributed to the development of the science of Hadīth and its collection in other areas. In this study we shall study his biography and assess his Sunan and familiarize ourselves with commentaries written on them.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this unit, you should be able to : Mention the real name and lineage of Ibn Mājah  Highlight the character of Ibn Mājah Assess the contribution of Ibn Mājah to Islamic Science  Write an Overview of the Sunan Ibn Mājah and Its Coemmentaries

 MAIN CONTENTS

 His name, birth, character, learning and Writing, His real name was abu Abdullahi b. Yazid b. Abdullahi b. Mājah al-Ru‘bī al-Qazwīnī the greatest scholars of the science of Hadīth in Qazwīn during his life time. He was born in 209 A.H at Qazwīn, in Persia. His character and learning Ibn Mājah had early education in his home town where he studied Arabic literature and Grammar as basis for his studies. He traveled to many places and centres of learning in search of knowledge. Among the cities he visited were: Khurāsan, Iraq, Hijaz, Syria, Egypt, Kufah, and Başra. He benefited from erudite scholars of Islamic sciences such as Abubkar Ibn Abu Shaybah, Imam bn Muhammad bn Abdullahi bn Nu’mān and others. As a ascholar, Ibn Mājah imparted knowledge to many students of Islamic sciences.. Prominent among them were Ibn Sībawayhi, Muhammad bn Isah a`ş-Şagīr Isaq Ibn Muhammad and several others. Imam Ibn Mājah was pious, trustworthy and a hardworking student of knowledge he was a devoted Muslim who was blessed with retentive memory and love of knowledge. His Writing Ibn Mājah was a prolific writer in various fields of Islamic sciences. He wrote on the biography of the prophet (Ş), the Companions and their Followers. He also wrote on Tafsīr and Hadīth literature. Some of his writing include: Kitāb Tarikh `ş-Şaħābah and Kitābu `t-Tafsīr but the Sunan Ibn Mājah was his most celebrated work.

Write the full name of Ibn Mājah and describe his character.The Sunan Ibn Mājah and Its Coemmentaries

Ibn Mājah authored many books in the science of Hadīth. However his most popular work in this field is: Sunan Ibn Mājah. It contains 4,341 Hadīth. Five scholars of Hadīth before him reported 3002 before Ibn Mājah recorded them. Ibn Mājah added 1,339 to the number. The addendum of Ibn Mājah are known as Zawā’id Ibn Mājah. Sunan Ibn Mājah is the sixth in series of the Hadīth collection according to Tāhir al- Makaddasi and others. However, some scholars are of the view that Kitābu “d-Dārimī is the sixth while others regarded Muwatta Malik as the sixth. Ibn Athīr commended the collection of ibn Mājah by saying “A usual book,very much useful in jurisprudence though there are many weak Hadīths in it” However, Imam Dhahabi noted that the weak tradition in Ibn Mājah are not many. Sunan Ibn Mājah consists of 32 books in 1,500 chapters. Among the traditions collected 428 are authentic (Şaħīħ), 199 are good (Hassan) 613, are weak (Ða’if) while 99 are doubtful or forged (Munkar of Makdhūb). Though the work contains some weak Hadīths yet it is generally accepted by many scholars of Hadīth as one of the sixth authentic books of Hadīth.

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Commentaries on His Sunan. The most prominent commentaries on the Sunan Ibn Mājah are written by:

(i) Imam Jalalu Dīn as- Suyūtī ( d. 911 AH.). He entitled his work Misbāhu `z-Zujājah ‘alā Sunan Ibn Mājah. He adopts the same methodology he used in his commentary on the other Sound Collection works i.e. brevity and restriction to main points.

(ii) Shaykh Sindī al-Madanī d. 1138 AH.: concise, providing important points; printed on the margin of the texts. Write an overview of the Sunan Ibn Mājah and Its Coemmentaries

His Death.

Ibn Mājah died in Oazwīn on Monday, 21st Ramadan 273 at the age of 64 years.

CONCLUSION

Imam Ibn Mājah was an Islamic Scholar of repute. He contributed to the development of Hadīth literature in several ways. His most popular work in the science of Hadīth is Sunan Ibn Mājah. The Sunan contains 4,341 Hadīths though some of the Hadīths are weak, yet the Muhaddithūn i.e. scholars of Hadīth recognized it as one of the six authentic books of Hadīth.

SUMMARY

Abu Abdullah, Muhammad bn Yazid bn Mājah Al-Qazwīnī was born in 207 A.H. He studied under Imann Malik and others and many people narrated Hadīth from him. He was one of the eminent scholars of Hadīth, but his Sunan contains many weak and even Munkar Traditions. Ibn Mājah died in Ramadan in 273 A.H.

 

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