Bayān Tasāmh’āt al Sheikh al Albānī fi’ Tadā’if ahādīth Adab al Mufrad of Imam al Bukhārī

"بيان تسامحات الشيخ الألباني في تضعيف أحاديث "الأدب المفرد" للإمام البخاري" (دراسة تحقيقية لأحاديث ضعيف الأدب المفرد)

  • Shahnawaz .
  • Muhammad Naeem Anwar Nomani


Islam is the Deen that fits to the man's nature. Allah Almighty sent his various messengers to convey His Commandments to the mankind. For final Commandments, Allah Almighty sent Prophet Muhammad (SWA).He also introduced His personality as a explanatory status in Quran, This act has been mentioned on several occasion in Holy Quran which is fully agreed by the whole Ummāh. For this, Holy Quran and Hadīth share the same importance for the guidance of Muslims. The companions of Rasool (SAW), Tabi’ in, Tabi al- Tabi’in and Muhdseen tried their level best to collect and do rearrangement of  the Hadith., According to their potential, Muhadseen compiled the collection of Hadīth  at different places during different time periods. This collection of Hadīth is known as Sihah, Sitta in Islamic history.

With the passage of time, there are so many controversial personalities who tried to damage the importance of this Islamic castle. Moreover, some personalities came there who didn’t have the command on Hadīth and its sciences. They even brought their own changes in this regard. Among such names, Sheikh Abū 'Abd Rahman Nāsir al Dīn Albānī is the one, who challenged the authenticity of Sihah, Sitta and other books of Hadith such as al  Adab al Mufrād , Al Targheb wa Terhaib etc.

Sheikh al Albānī divided the Adab al Mufrad into Sahīh and Da’īf Al-Adab al Mufrad. He did Takhrīj of ahadīth relying on his own books and sayings for argumentation, I have founded some tāsamh:āat and some mistakes  during the Takhrīj the ahadīth of Da’īf Al-Adab al Mufrad.

How to Cite
., S., & Anwar Nomani, M. N. (2020). Bayān Tasāmh’āt al Sheikh al Albānī fi’ Tadā’if ahādīth Adab al Mufrad of Imam al Bukhārī. The Islamic Culture "As-Saqafat-Ul Islamia" الثقافة الإسلامية - Research Journal - Sheikh Zayed Islamic Centre, University of Karachi, 43(43). Retrieved from