Book Review: “An Introduction to the Disciplines of the Noble Hadīth” by Mufti Abdul Mālik al-Kumillā’ī

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Book Review: “An Introduction to the Disciplines of the Noble Hadīth” 

Author: Mufti Abdul Mālik al-Kumillā’ī

By Muntasir Zamān

Being the second source of Islāmic law, the blessed hadīths of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) hold a lofty position in images (1)the hearts of Muslims. The science of hadīth is extremely vast and requires strenuous effort to familiarize oneself with even its basic concepts.

Students of dīn are generally interested in gaining some acquaintance with the various genres of hadīth literature, and to learn how to search for a hadīth in the relevant works. In earlier times, this was a talent naturally acquired in the course of a scholar’s general studies and was not in need of any separate study or specialist course. However, due to the infrequent usage of such works, the general condition nowadays is that very few are able to navigate through the hadīth literature and…

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3 thoughts on “Book Review: “An Introduction to the Disciplines of the Noble Hadīth” by Mufti Abdul Mālik al-Kumillā’ī

  1. Assalaam mu’alykoem
    I urgently need to acquire the 2 volume set of (فقه البيوع (مفتي تقي عثماني . How can I buy it? Kindly assist urgently as I want to use it in teaching the Islamic economics module in our college IPSA.
    Shukran Jazeelan
    Shayk M Faadil Latief
    South Africa

    • Unfortunately I don’t know of any suppliers in South Africa but I am sure you will be able to find sellers there. Anyone from SA who can help?

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