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    Exclamation The True Scholars, Their Virtues, and a List of Some of the Salafee Scholars from the time of the Tabi'een til Present

    Bismillaah Al-Hamdulillaah wa salatu wa salaamu 'ala rasulullaah
    Amma-ba'd


    The True Scholars & The Virtues


    Allaah, Subhanahu wa Ta'aala, said (what means): Allaah bears witness that La ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped except He), and the angels, and those having knowledge who are upright and just (also give this witness); (He is always) maintaining His creation in Justice. La ilaaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped except He), the All-Mighty, the All-Wise. (Alee 'Imraan, ayah 18)

    Shaikh 'Ubaid ibn 'Abdullaah al-Jaabiree (hafidhahullaah 'ala as-Sunnah) said about this ayah:
    Those bearing witness are three:
    1- Al-Haqq (Allaah, Himself), and this is sufficient.
    2- The noble angels.
    3- People of knowledge -------> This is a tazkiyah for them.

    Allaah, The Most High, said (what means): It is only the 'Ulemma among His slaves who fear Allaah... (Faatir, ayah 28) The people of knowledge have explained that this fear is a complete fear, meaning as He (Allaah) should be feared.

    Abu Dardaa` (radiAllaahu 'anhu) said: I heard the Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) say: Whoever follows a path to seek knowledge, Allaah will show him the way to Paradise. The angels lower their wings being pleased with the one who seeks knowledge. Whoever is in the heavens and on earth, even the fish in the sea, ask for forgiveness for the scholar. The superiority of the scholar over the worshipper is like that of the moon over all other heavenly bodies. The scholars are the inheritors of the Prophets, for the Prophets did not leave behind Deenars and Dirhams, but they left behind knowledge. And whoever receives it, receives an abundance of good fortune. [Ahmad, Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah, rahimahumullaah; authentic]


    Shaikh al-Jaabiree said: In this hadeeth, there are six virtues and characteristics of the people of knowledge:

    1- The Promise of Jannah, wherein is what no eye has seen, no ear has heard, and has never come across the heart of mankind.
    2- The angels are pleased with the seeker of knowledge, traveling to seek knowledge, and teaching people that knowledge.
    3- All the creation seeks forgiveness for them, even the fish on the bottom of the ocean.
    4- The superiority of the scholars over everyone else. They worship Allaah upon baseerah, and teach people through actions upon baseerah.
    5- The scholars are the inheritors of the Prophets; this is only for the scholars. The Prophets ('alayhimu salaam) did not leave anything behind except 'ilm.
    6- Have diligence in seeking 'ilm, and acting upon and teaching the Sunnah, disseminating knowledge, refuting bid'ah.

    The scholars are rewarded for their 'ilm, and the 'ilm of those they teach, and the actions of those who act upon it, because the Messenger (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said: 'Whoever calls to guidance will have a reward similar to the reward of the one who follows him, without the reward of either of them being lessened at all. And whoever calls to misguidance will carry the burden of the sin similar to the sin of the one who follows him, without the sins of either of them being lessened at all.' [Muslim]

    In his sharh (explanation) of the hadeeth narrated by Abu Dardaa` (radiAllaahu 'anhu), Imaam Ibnul Qayyim (d. 751H, rahimahullaah) said: "The last the Prophet (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) mentioned in the hadeeth is the condition of this hadeeth..." All the virtues are for (Warath al-Anbiyaa`), those who inherit from the Prophets ('alayhimu salaam). This is not for any scholar except for the one who inherits from the Prophets. So the one who inherits his knowledge from Ahlul-Bid'ah, this is not a scholar.

    The true, genuine scholars are those who inherit the knowledge of the Sharee'ah (Legislation), believe in the Sharee'ah, implement and precisely relay the Sharee'ah that Allaah revealed to His Messenger (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) who perfectly conveyed it to the sahaaba (radiAllaahu 'anhum) who precisely relayed it to the tabi'een. The genuine (Salafee) scholars relay the Sharee'ah without opposing or adding or covering up or watering down or compromising - and they do this without fearing the blame of the blamers. True knowledge is "Allaah said," "His Messenger said," "the sahaba said."

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    The Truth is Found in Every Age and the People of Truth are United Irrespective of Time, Era and Place

    Read this mighty statement from Abu al-Qasim al-Asbahani (d. 535H, rahimahullaah) as found in al-Hujjah Fee Bayaan il-Mahajjah (2:224-225):

    ومما يدل على أن أهل الحديث هم على الحق: أنك لو طالعت جميع كتبهم المصنفة من أولهم إلى آخرهم، قديمهم وحديثهم، مع اختلاف بلدانهم وزمانهم، وتباعد ما بينهم في الديار، وسكون كل واحد منهم قطرا من الأقطار، وجدتهم في بيان الاعتقاد على وتيرة واحدة، وخط واحد، يجرون فيه على طريقة لا يحيدون عنها، ولا يميلون فيها، قولهم في ذلك واحد، وفعلهم واحد، لا ترى بينهم اختلافا ولا تفرقا في شيء ما وإن قلَّ. بل لو جمعت جميع ما جرى على ألسنتهم نقلوه عن سلفهم، وجدته كأنه جاء من قلب واحد، وجرى على لسان واحد، وهل على الحق دليل أبين من هذا؟

    Which translates:
    And from what shows that the people of hadeeth [adhering to the Prophetic traditions in all affairs of the religion], they are the people of truth is that if you were to peruse all of their authored books, from their first to their last, the old and the recent, despite the variation in their cities [of residence] and their eras [in which they lived], and the [great] distance between them in their lands, with every single one of them residing in [his own] region amongst the regions, you will find them to be upon a single method, [in unison], upon a single way, traversing with it upon a path that they do not divert from, they do not incline [to anything else] whilst upon it. Their saying in that [path] is one, their action is one. You will not see difference between them, nor separation in anything, even if it may be insignificant. Rather, if you were to gather what has been [stated] upon their tongues, from that which they narrated from their predecessors, you will find as if it has come from a single heart, and has been [stated] upon a single tongue. And is there any evidence for the truth more clear than this?"
    The 'aqeedah is the Foundation of Unity. From what has preceded, it should be abundantly clear that the true basis of unity is that very same pristine pure 'aqeedah that brought together and united the hearts of the Companions (radiAllaahu 'anhum). Any call to rectification or any da'wah that is based upon other than this foundation, or ignores this foundation, or wishes to unite Muslims whilst the foundations of the house have huge cracks and splits and flaws is greatly misguided in his or her action, and is attempting to achieve the impossible.

    Source: http://www.aqidah.com/creed/articles/flqoi-the-splitting-of-the-muslim-ummah-part-4.cfm

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    Some of the Salafee Scholars from the time of the Tabi'een til Present; may Allaah have mercy on those who have passed and preserve those still living


    'Abdullaah ibn Khabbaab ibn al-Arat (d. 27H)
    Ka'b al-Ahbaar (d. 32H)
    Uwais Ibn 'Aamir Al-Qarnee* (d. 37H)
    'Alqamah ibn Qays (d. 60H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Thuwab Abee Muslim al-Khawlaanee (d. 62H)
    Masrooq (d. 62H)
    'Ubaid Ibn 'Umair (d. 68H)
    Ibn Qutaibah (d. 68H)
    Mus'ab ibn Zubair (d. 72H)
    Abu Salamah ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan (d. 74H or 104H)
    Shurayh al-Qaadee (d. 80H)
    Muhammad ibn Hanafiya (d. 80H)
    Abu Idrees Al-Khawlaanee (d. 80H)
    Zaadhaan (d. 82H)
    Kumayl Ibn Ziyaad ibn Naheek an-Nakh'ee (d. 82H)
    Sa'eed ibn Fayrooz (d. 83H)
    Abul Jawza 'Aws ibn 'Abdullaah (d. 83H)
    Abu al-'Aaliyah (d. 90H)
    Ibraheem Ibn Yazeed at-Taymee (d. 92H)
    Sa'eed bin al-Musayyab (d. 93H)
    'Ali Ibnul-Husayn Ibn 'Ali Zainul-'Aabideen (d. 93H)
    'Urwah ibn Az-Zubair (d. 94H)
    'Ubaydullaah ibn 'Abdillaah ibn 'Utbah ibn Mas'ood (d. 94H, or later)
    Sa'eed ibn Jubayr (d. 95H)
    Ibraaheem an-Nakhaa'ee (d. 95H)
    Talha ibn 'Abdullaah ibn 'Awf (d. 97H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Muhayreez (d. 99H)


    Talq ibn Habeeb (d. 100H)
    Abu Haazim Salmaan Al-Ashja`ee (d. around 100H)
    'Umar bin 'Abdil-Azeez (d. 101H): Biography
    ash-Sha'bee (d. 103H)
    Mujaahid (d. 104H)
    Abu Qilaabah (d. 104H)
    Qataadah (d. 104H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Zayd al-Jarmee (d. 104 or 107H)
    Ad-Dahhak (d. 105H)
    Abaan Ibn 'Uthman Ibn 'Affan (d. 105H)
    Tawoos (d. 106H)
    Saleem ibn 'Abdillaah ibn 'Umar (d. 106H)
    Qaasim ibn Muhammad ibn Abee Bakr as-Sideeq (d. 106H)
    Ibn Shawdhab (d. 107H)
    Ikrimah (d. 107H)
    Sulaimaan ibn Yassar (d. 107H)
    al-Hasan al-Basree (d. 110H)
    Muhammad Ibn Seereen (d. 110H)
    Wahb ibn Munabbih (d. 110H): Biography
    al-Qaasim bin 'Abdir-Rahmaan Abi 'Abdir-Rahmaan ad-Dimishqee (d. 112H)
    Rajaa` ibn Haywah (d. 112H)
    Talha ibn Musarrif (d. 112H)
    Makhool Ash-Shamee (d. 113H)
    Muhammad ibn 'Ali ibnul-Husayn (d. 114H)
    'Atta ibn Abee Rabaah (d. 114H)
    'Abbaad Ibn 'Abbaad (d. 114H)
    Al-Hakam Ibn Utaybah (d. 115H)
    Abu Sahl 'Abdullaah ibn Buraidah (d. 115H)
    Naafi' (d. 117H)
    Ibn Abee Mulaikah (d. 117H)
    Maymoon ibn Mihraan (d. 117H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Hurmuz (d. 117H)
    'Ubadah ibn Nusayy (d. 118H)
    'Amr ibn Shuhaib (d. 118H)
    Sulaymaan ibn Moosa (d. 119H)
    'Awn ibn 'Abdullaah (d. 120H)
    Muhammad ibn Ka'ab (d. 120H)
    Yazeed ar-Riqaashi (d. 120H)
    Hassan ibn 'Atiyyah (d. 120H)
    Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad al-Madani al-Qaadi (d. 120H)
    Bilaal ibn Abee Burdah (d. 120H)
    Abu 'Umar 'Aasim ibn 'Umar ibn Qatadah (d. 119 or 120 or 121 or 127 or 129H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Yazeed ibn Hurmuz (d. 122H)
    Zayd ibn 'Ali ibn al-Husayn (d. 122H)
    Hibbaan ibn Abee Jablah (d. 122H or 125H)
    Thaabit al-Banaanee (d. 123H)
    Zubayd ibn al-Haarith (d. 123H)
    Muhammad ibn Waasee' Al-Azadee Al-Basree (d. 123H)
    Ibn Shihaab az-Zuhree (d. 124H)
    'Amr ibn 'Abdullaah ibn Az-Zubair (d. 124H)
    'Amr ibn Deenar (d. 126H)
    'Abdul-Kareem ibn Maalik al-Jazaree (d. 127H)
    Yahya ibn Abee Katheer (d. 129H)
    Abu Zubair Muhammad ibn Muslim al-Makki (d. 129H)
    'Amr ibn 'Abdullaah as-Sabi'i (d. 129H)
    Abu Az-Zinaad (d. 130 or 131H)
    Ayoob as-Sakhtiyaanee (d. 131H)
    Ibraaheem ibn Maysarah (d. 132H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Tawoos (d. 132H)
    Ahmad Ibn Yoonus (d. 134H)
    'Atta al-Khurasaanee (d. 135H)
    'Umar ibn Dharr al-Hamdaanee al-Murhibee (d. 135H)
    Hammad ibn Muhammad ibn Sireen
    Zayd bin Aslam (d. 136H)
    Rabee'ah bin Abee 'Abdur-Rahmaan (d. 136H)
    Husayn ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan (d. 136H)
    Yunus bin 'Ubayd (d. 139H)
    Abu Maalik Sa'd ibn Tariq Al-Ashja'ee Al-Kufi (d. 140H)
    Dawood ibn Abee Hind al-Quraishee (d. 140H)
    Aasim Al-Ahwaal (d. 140H)
    Sulaymaan at-Taymee (d. 143H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Shawaadhab (d. 144H)
    Abu Hayyaan at-Tameemee (d. 145H)
    Yahya ibn Sa'eed (d. 145H)
    'Abdullaah ibn al-Hasan ibn Abee Taalib (d. 145H)
    'Amr ibn Qays Al-Malaa'ee (d. 146H)
    Hisham ibn Urwah (d. 146H)
    Ja'far ibn Muhammad As-Saadiq (d. 148H)
    Ibn Abee Laylaa (d. 148H)
    Muhammad ibn Al-Waleed az-Zubaydee (d. 148H)
    Al-'Awaam ibn Hawshab (d. 148H)
    Al-A'mash (d. 148H)
    Ibn Jurayj (d. 150H)
    Muqaatil bin Hayyaan (d. 150H)
    'Abdullaah ibn 'Awn (d. 150H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Yazeed ibn Jaabir (d. 153H)
    Abu 'Umar ibn al-'Alaa` (d. 154H)
    Hamzah ibn Habeeb az-Zayyaat al-Muqri` (d. 156H)
    Al-Awzaa'ee (d. 157H)
    Muhammad bin 'Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Abee Dhib (d. 157H)
    Haywah ibn Shuraih (d. 158H)
    Maalik ibn Mighwaal (d. 159H)
    Shu'bah ibn al-Hajjaaj (d. 160H)
    Zaaidah ibn Qudaamah (d. 160H)
    Sufyaan ath-Thawree (d. 161H)
    Ibraheem ibn Ad-ham (d. 162H)
    Ibn Abee Salamah al-Maajishoon (d. 164H)
    Hammaad bin Salamah (d. 167H)
    Sa'eed ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez at-Tanookhee (d. 167H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Lahee'ah (d. 174H)
    Al-Layth bin Sa'd Al-Misree (d. 175H)
    Shareek ibn 'Abdullaah al-Qaadee (d. 177H)
    Muhammad ibn Muslim at-Taa`ifee (d. 177H)
    Imaam Maalik (d. 179H)
    Hammaad bin Zayd (d. 179H)
    Naafi' ibn 'Umar al-Jumahee (d. 179H)
    Abu al-Ahwas (d. 179H)
    'Abdullaah bin Wahb bin Muslim (d. 179H)
    Muslim bin Khaalid al-Makhzoomee (d. 180H)
    'Abdullaah bin al-Mubaarak (d. 181H)
    Yazeed Ibn Zurai (d. 182H)
    Muhammad bin Deenaar (d. 182H)
    Qaadee Abu Yusuf (d. 182H)
    an-Nadr ibn Muhammad al-Marwazee (d. 183H)
    Hushaym ibn Basheer Abee Haazim al-Waasitee (d. 183H)
    'Abbaad ibn al-Awaam (d. 185H)
    Yahyaa ibn 'Abdul-Maalik (d. 186H)
    Abu Ishaaq al-Fazaaree (d. 186H)
    Al-Fudhayl bin 'Iyaad (d. 187H)
    Jareer ibn 'Abdul-Hameed al-Dubee (d. 188H)
    Muhammad ibn al-Hassan ash-Shaybaanee (d. 189H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn al-Qaasim (d. 191H)
    'Abdullaah Ibn Idrees Al-Awdee (d. 192H)
    Al-Fadl ibn Moosa as-Seenaanee (d. 192H)
    Abu Bakr ibn 'Ayyaash (d. 193H)
    Ismaa'eel ibn Ubya (d. 193H)
    al-Waleed ibn Muslim (d. 194H)
    'Umar ibn Haroon al-Balkhi (d. 194H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Muhammad al-Muhaaribee (d. 195H)
    Yahya ibn Saleem at-Taa`ifee (d. 195H)
    Mu'aadh ibn Mu'aadh (d. 196H)
    Sufyan bin 'Uyainah (d. 197H)
    Wakee' ibn al-Jarraah (d. 197H)
    'Abdullaah Ibn Wahb (d. 197H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan bin Mahdee (d. 198H)
    Yahyaa ibn Sa'eed al-Qattaan (d. 198H)


    Ibn Abee Ja'far ar-Raazee (d. 200H)
    Hammad ibn Usaamah (d. 201H)
    an-Nadr ibn Shumail al-Maazinee (d. 203H)
    Imaam ash-Shaafi'ee (d. 204H): Biography
    Muhammad ibn 'Ubaid at-Tanaafis (d. 204H)
    Ashhaab ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez (d. 204H)
    Abu Daawud At-Tayaalisi (d. 204H)
    Wahb Ibn Jareer (d. 206H)
    Sa'eed Ibn Aamir Ad-Dab'ee (d. 206H)
    Yazeed Ibn Haroon (d. 206H)
    Ibn Abee Ziyaad (d. 206H)
    Ar-Rabee' ibn Sulaimaan al-Muraadee (d. 207H)
    Yahyaa bin Hassaan (d. 208H)
    'Abd al-Rahmaan bin Mahraan
    Ja'afr ibn 'Awn (d. 209H)
    'Abdur-Razzaaq bin Hammaam as-San'aanee (d. 211H)
    'Abdul-Maalik ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez (d. 212H)
    Muhammad Ibn Yusuf al-Firyabee (d. 212H)
    Aba 'Aasim ash-Shaybaanee (d. 212H)
    Abul-Mugheerah 'Abdul-Quddoos Ibnul Hajjaaj (d. 212H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Yazeed al-Muqri' (d. 213H)
    'Abdullaah Ibn Moosa (d. 213H)
    Asad bin al-Furaat bin Sinaan (d. 213H)
    al-Makkee Ibn Ibraheem (d. 214H)
    'Abdul-Maalik al-Asma'ee (d. 215H)
    'Alee ibn Hasan ibn Shaqeeq (d. 215H)
    Qabeesah ibn 'Aqabah (d. 215H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Naafi' az-Zubayree (d. 216H)
    Ibn Minhaal al-Anmaatee (d. 217H)
    Ibn Mushir ad-Dimashqee (d. 218H)
    Hishaam ibn 'Ammaar ad-Dimashqee (d. 218H)
    'Ali ibn Ma'bad ibn Shaddaad al-Basree (d. 218H)
    Abu Nu'aym al-Fadhl (d. 219H)
    'Afaan ibn Muslim (d. 219H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Zubayr al-Humaydee (d. 220H): Biography
    Ibraheem ibn Moosa al-Faraa` (d. after 220H)
    Mutraf ibn 'Abdullaah (d. 220H)
    Al-Qa'nabee (d. 221H)
    'Aasim Ibn 'Ali (d. 221H)
    Hishaam Ibn 'Ubaydullaah ar-Raazee (d. 221H)
    Abul-Yamaan al-Hakam Ibn Naffi' (d. 222H)
    Ahmad Ibn Muhammad al-Azraqee (d. 222H)
    Sadaqah ibn Fadl (d. 223H)
    Abu Saalih (d. 223H)
    Sa'eed Ibn Abee Maryam (d. 224H)
    Abu 'Ubaid al-Qaasim bin Sallaam (d. 224H)
    Sulaymaan Ibn Harb (d. 224H)
    Asbagh Ibnul-Faraj (d. 225H)
    'Amr ibn 'Awn (d. 225H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Abee Hasan al-Yahsabee (d. 226H)
    Sunaid Ibn Dawood al-Maseesee (d. 226H)
    Yahya ibn Yahya an-Neesaabooree (d. 226H)
    Isma'eel ibn Abee Uwais (d. 226H)
    Sa'eed Ibn Mansoor al-Marwazee (d. 227H)
    Bishr ibn al-Haarith al-Marwazee (d. 227H)
    Ahmad ibn Yunus (d. 227H)
    Ahmad ibn 'Abdullaah al-Yarboo'ee (d. 227H)
    Abul-Waleed Hishaam Ibn 'Abdul-Maalik (d. 227H)
    Muhammad Ibn Mus'ab al-'Aabid (d. 228H)
    Nu'aym bin Hammaad (d. 228H)
    Nu'aym ibn Hammad al-Marwazee (d. 229H)
    'Abdullaah bin Muhammad al-Ja'fee (d. 229H)
    'Amr Ibn Khaalid al-Harraanee (d. 229H)
    Ibraheem Ibn Hamza Az-Zubayree (d. 230H)
    Isma'eel ibn Sa'eed ash-Shaalanjee (d. 230 or 246H)
    Yoosuf ibn Yahya al-Buwaytee (d. 231H)
    Ahmad ibn Nasr ibn Maalik al-Khuzaa'ee (d. 231H)
    Yahyaa Ibn Katheer (d. 231H)
    Yahyaa bin Ma'een (d. 233H)
    Ibn Numayr (d. 234H)
    'Ali Ibn 'Abdullaah al-Madeenee (d. 234H)
    Abu Khaithamah Zuhair An-Nasaa`ee (d. 234H): Biography
    Abu Bakr Ibn Abee Shaybah (d. 235H)
    'Abdullaah Ibn Abu Bakr Ibn Abee Shaybah (d. 235H)
    Abu Ma'maar al-Qatee'ee (d. 236H)
    Ibraheem Ibnul-Mundhir al-Hazamee (d. 236H)
    Ishaaq bin Raahaawaih (d. 238H)
    Muhammad ibn Nasr al-Marwazee (d. 238H)
    'Uthmaan Ibn Abu Bakr Ibn Abee Shaybah (d. 239H)
    Wahb ibn Baqiyyah (d. 239H)
    Qutaybah bin Sa'eed (d. 240H)
    Abu Thawr Ibraaheem bin Khaalid al-Kalbee (d. 240H)
    Muhammad ibn Sulaimaan al-Misseesee (Luwayn) (d. 240H)
    Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal (d. 241H)
    Abu Qudaamah as-Sarkhas (d. 241H)
    al-Rabee' bin Naafi' al-Halabi (d. 241H)
    Muhammad ibn Aslam at-Toosee (d. 242H)
    Abu Khaithamah Zuhair ad-Dawraqee (d. 246H)
    'Abbaas ibn 'Abdul-'Adheem al-'Anbaree (d. 246H)
    Abu Kurayb al-Hamdhaannee (d. 248H)
    Qaasim al-Joo'ee (d. 248H)
    Humaid an-Nasawee (d. 249H)
    Muhammad ibn Bashaar (d. 252H)
    Imaam Ad-Daarimi (d. 255H)
    Imaam al-Bukhaaree (d. 256H)
    Ahmad bin Sinaan al-Waasitee (d. 256H)
    Ibn Yahya Adh-Dhuhli (d. 258H)
    Abu Mas'ood al-Furaat (d. 258H)
    Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Haani al-Athram (d. 260H)
    Imaam Muslim (d. 261H)
    Abil-Hasan Al-'Ijlee (d. 261H)
    Abu Zur'ah ar-Raazee (d. 264H)
    al-Muzanee (d. 264H): Biography
    Saalih Ibn Ahmad (d. 266H)
    Muhammad ibn 'Abdullaah al-Misree (d. 268H)
    Ahmad ibn Sayyar al-Marwazee (d. 268H)
    Muhammad ibn Muslim ibn Waarah Ar-Raazee (d. 270H)
    Rabee' bin al-Sulaymaan al-Muraadee al-Jeezee (d. 270H)
    'Abbaas ibn Muhammad ad-Dooree (d. 271H)
    Abu Bakr bin Athram (d. 272H)
    Ibn Maajah (d. 273H)
    Abd al-Malik bin Abd al-Hameed bin Mahraan al-Maymoonee (d. 273H)
    Abu Bakr Ahmad bin Muhammd bin Haani al-Baghdaadee (d. 273H)
    Imaam Abu Dawood As-Sijistaani (d. 275H)
    Abu Bakr al-Marroodhee (d. 275H)
    Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Hajjaaj al-Marwazi (d. 275H)
    Ibn Qutaybah al-Baghdaadee (d. 276H)
    Ya'qoob ibn Sufyaan al-Fasawee (d. 277H)
    Abu Haatim ar-Raazee (d. 277H)
    Imaam at-Tirmidhee (d. 279H)
    'Uthmaan ibn Sa'eed ad-Daarimee as-Sijzee (d. 280H)
    Harb al-Kirmani (d. 280H)
    Ibn Abu ad-Dunyah (d. 281H)
    Ibn Deezeel (d. 281H)
    Isma'eel ibn Ishaaq al-Qaadee (d. 282H)
    Al-Haarith ibn Abu Usamah (d. 282H)
    Sahl bin 'Abdullaah at-Tustaree (d. 283H)
    Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Sulaymaan al-Waasitee al-Baghandee (d. 283H)
    Ibraheem bin Ishaq bin Ibraheem al-Harbi (d. 285H)
    Al-Ma'aafee ibn 'Imraan al-Mawsilee (d. 286H)
    Ibn Abee 'Aasim Ash-Shaybanee (d. 287H): Biography
    Al-Husayn at-Tabaree (d. 288H)
    Abu Nu'aym al-Istiraabaadhee (d. 288H)
    Abul-Qaasim ibn Bashaar al-Anmaati (d. 288H)
    Ibn Abu Khaythama (d. 289H)
    'Abdullaah bin Imam Ahmad (d. 290H)
    Abu 'Uthman al-Naysaboori (d. 290H)
    al-Bazzaar (d. 292H)
    Abu Mus'ab Ahmad ibn Abee Bakr az-Zuhree (d. 292H)
    Abu Sa'eed Yahya ibn Mansoor al-Harawee (d. 292H)
    Abu Bakr al-Marwazee (d. 294H)
    Ibn Abee Shaybah (d. 297H)
    Al-Junayd Al-Baghdaadee (d. 297H)
    Abu 'Uthmaan al-Hayree (d. 298H)
    Abu Yusuf Jabla ibn Humoor (d. 299H)


    Abu Ja'far al-Akhraam (d. 301H)
    Imaam An-Nisaa`ee (d. 303H)
    al-Hasan ibn Sufyaan an-Nasawee (d. 303H)
    Abu Ya'qoob al-Bustee (d. 303H)
    Ahmad Ibn Surayj (d. 306H)
    Zakariyyah ibn Yahya as-Saajee (d. 307H)
    Ibn al-Jaarud (d. 307H)
    Abu Ya'la (d. 307H)
    Jafar bin Ahmad bin Sinan (d. 307H)
    Imaam Ibn Jareer at-Tabaree (d. 310H)
    al-Khallaal (d. 311H)
    Imaam Ibn Khuzaymah (d. 311H)
    Ibn Abee Dawood as-Sijistaanee (d. 316H)
    Muhammad ibn 'Aqeel al-Balkee (d. 316H)
    Ibn al-Mundhir (d. 318H)
    Abul-Hasan bin Jawsaa (d. 320H)
    Abul-Hasan Ibn Khawsaan (d. 320H)
    Abu Jafar at-Tahaawee (d. 321H)
    Al-'Aqeelee (d. 322H)
    Abul-Hasan al-Ash'aree (d. 324H)
    Ibn Abee Haatim Ar-Raazee (d. 327H)
    Imaam al-Barbaaharee (d. 329H)
    Ali ibn Eesaa al-Wazeer (d. 334H)
    Al-Khattaabee (d. 338H)
    Abu 'Ali Hanbal ibn Ishaaq ibn Hanbal ibn Hilaal Ash-Shaybaanee (d. 344H)
    'Ali ibn Ibraheem al-Qattaan al-Qazweenee (d. 345H)
    Abul-'Abbaas Muhammad ibn Ya'qoob al-Asamm (d. 346H)
    Ahmad ibn Salman an-Najjad (d. 348H)
    Qaadee Abu Ahmad al-'Asaal (d. 349H)
    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al-Muqri` (d. 351H)
    Ibn as-Sakan (d. 353H)
    Ibn Hibban (d. 354H)
    Imaam Abu Bakr al-Aajurree (d. 360H): Biography
    Imaam At-Tabaraani (d. 360H)
    Abu Muhammad al-Hasan Ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan ar-Raamharmuzee (d. 360H)
    Ibn 'Adi Al-Jurjaani (d. 365H)
    Abu Bakr al-Ismaa'eeli (d. 371H): Biography
    Abu Ja'far Ahmad ibn 'Awn illaah al-Andalusee al-Qurtubi (d. 378H)
    Abu Hafs Ibn Shaaheen (d. 385H)
    ad-Daaraqutni (d. 385H): Biography
    Ibn Abee Zayd al-Qayrawaanee (d. 386H): Biography
    Abu Sulaymaan al-Khataabee (d. 386H)
    Ibn Battah al-Ukbaree (d. 387H): Biography
    Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn 'Abdullaah ibn Kuwaizmindaad al-Maalikee (d. 390H)
    Imaam al-Jawharee (d. 393H)
    Abul Qaasim Al-Andulisi (d. 393H)
    Ibn Mandah (d. 395H)
    Ibn Abee Zamanayn (d. 399H)


    Abu Ahmad Al-Qassaab (d. 400H)
    Al-Haakim (d. 405H)
    'Abdul-Ghanee ibn Sa'eed (d. 409H)
    Imaam al-Laalilkaa`ee (d. 418H)
    al-Qaadee 'Abdul-Wahhab al-Maalikee (d. 422H)
    Yahya ibn 'Ammaar (d. 422H)
    Imaam Abu Bakr at-Talamankee al-Andalusee (d. 429H)
    Abu Nu'aym al-Asbahaanee (d. 430H)
    Abu Muhammad al-Juwaynee (d.438H)
    Abu 'Abdillaah as-Sooree (d. 441H)
    As-Sijzee (d. 444H)
    Abu 'Ali al-Ahwaazee (d. 446H)
    Abu 'Uthmaan as-Saaboonee (d. 449H)
    Abul-Hasan al-Maawardee (d. 450H)
    al-Bayhaqi (d. 458H)
    Abul-Mudhaffar as-Sam'aani (d. 458H)
    Al-Khateeb al-Baghdaadee (d. 463H)
    Ibn 'Abdul-Barr (d. 463H)
    Ash-Shareef Abu Ja'far Al-Hashimee (d. 470H)
    Abu Al-Qaasim Sa'd ibn 'Alee Az-Zanjaanee (d. 471H)
    Imaam Al-Haramayn (d. 478H)
    Shaikh ul-Islaam Abu Isma'eel al-Harawee (d. 481H)
    Nasr ibn Ibraheem ibn Nasr (d. 490H)
    Abul-Mudhaffar as-Sam'aani (d. 498H)


    Abul-Husayn as-Sayrafee (d. 500H)
    Al-Baghawee (d. 516H)
    At-Turtooshee (d. 520H)
    Abu al-Qaasim Ismaa'eel bin Muhammad al-Asbahaanee (d. 535H)
    Muhammad ibn 'Ali al-Maazaree as-Saqilee (d. 536H)
    Abu Bakr ibn al 'Arabee (d. 543H)
    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn 'Abdullaah al-Maalakee (d. 543H)
    Qaadee 'Iyaad (d. 544H)
    Abu al-Qaasim Ubayd Allaah bin Hamza (d. 550H)
    Majallee ibn Jamee' (d. 550H)
    Abu Muhammad al-Yamaani (d. 550H)
    'Abdul-Qaadir al-Jeelaanee (d. 561H)
    As-Sam'aanee (d. 562H)
    Ibn Asakir (d. 571H)
    Abu Taahir as-Silafee (d. 576H)
    'Abdul-Haqq bin 'Abdur-Rahmaan (d. 581H)


    'Abdul-Ghaniyy al-Maqdisee (d. 600H): Biography
    Abu al-Faraj 'Afeef-ud-Deen Muhammad ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan al-Waasitee al-Maqree (d. 618H)
    Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdisee (d. 620H)
    Abu Mansoor Fakhr-ud-Deen 'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Muhammad ad-Dimishqee (d. 620H)
    Ibn al-Qattan (d. 628H)
    Ibnul Atheer (d. 630H)
    Ibn us-Salaah Ash-Shahrazooree (d. 643H)
    Majd ud-Deen Ibn Taymiyyah (d. 652H)
    Al-Mundhiree (d. 656H)
    Abu Qaasim 'Abdul-Malik bin Eesaa bin Darbaas (d. 659H)
    Abu Shaamah Shihab al-Din al-Maqdisi (d. 665H)
    Imaam Al-Qurtubi (d. 671H)
    Abul-Fadl 'Abbaas Ibn Mansoor (d. 683H)


    Ibn Daqeeq al-'Eed (d. 702H)
    Shaikh-ul-Islaam Ibn Taymeeyah (d. 728H): Biography
    al-Mizzee (d. 743H)
    Ibn 'Abdul-Haadee al-Maqdisee (d. 744H)
    Imaam Adh-Dhahabie (d. 748H)
    Ja'far ibn Taghlib al-'Udfowee (d. 748H)
    Abu Hafs 'Umar bin 'Alee al-Bazzaar (d. 749H)
    Ibnul Qayyim (d. 751H): Biography
    Jamaal-ud-Deen al-'Attaar (d. 752H)
    Ibnul-Khabbazee (d. 756H)
    Salaah-ud-Deen al-'Alaa'ee (d. 761H)
    Ibn Muflih (d. 763H)
    Taajud-Deen As-Subkee (d. 771H)
    Ibn Katheer (d. 774H)
    Abul-'Abbaas Al-Qabbaab (d. 779H)
    Ash-Shaatibee (d. 790H)
    Ibn Abi al-'Izz al-Hanafee (d. 792H)
    Az-Zarkashee (d. 794H)
    Ibn Rajab (d. 795H)



    Zayn-ud-Deen al-'Iraaqee (d. 806H)
    Zayn al-Deen al-Maraaghi (d. 816H)
    Ibn 'Urwah al-Hanbalee (d. 837H)
    Ibn Wazeer Al-Yemaanee (d. 840H)
    Ahmad bin 'Ali al-Maqrizi (d. 845H)
    Abu Muhammad Mahmood ibn Ahmad al-'Aynee (d. 855H)
    Abu 'Abdullaah Muhammad ibn Khilfa at-Tuneesee (d. 867 or 868H)
    Abu al-Khair Qutb al-Din Muhammad al-Zubaydi (d. 894H)


    as-Sakhaawee (d. 902H)
    As-Suyooti (d. 911H)
    Muhibb ad-Deen al-Uqaylee (d. 916H)
    Najm ad-Deen 'Umar bin Muflih (d. 919H)
    Kamal al-Din al-Husaynee (d. 933H)
    Sheehab ad-Deen al-Shuwaykiyy (d. 939H)
    Ibn al-Deewaan (d. 940H)
    Abu 'Abdullaah Muhammad ibn 'Ali as-Saalahee ad-Dimishqee (d. 953H)
    al-Hajjaawi (d. 968H)
    Ibn Hajr Al-Haytamee (d. 974H)
    'Ali Mutaqee Al-Hindee (d. 975H)
    Badrud-Deen al-Ghazzee (d. 984H)


    Ibn al-Hajjaawi al-Maqdisi (d. early 11th century hijrah)
    Mulla 'Ali Al-Qaree (d. 1014H)
    'Abdullaah bin 'Abdur-Rahmaan al-Danshuri (d. 1025H)
    Muhammad bin Ahmad al-Mardawi al-Hanbali (d. 1026H)
    Mar'ee ibn Yoosuf al-Hanbalee (d. 1032H)
    Zayn ad-Deen bin al-Qadi (d. after 1040H)
    Al-Buhuti (d. 1051H)
    'Eesa ath-Th'aalabe al-Ja'faree al-Jazaa`iree (d. 1080H)
    Ibn ul-Imaam (d. 1089H)


    Saalih bin Mahdee Al-Maobalee (d. 1108H)
    As-Safaareenee (d. 1112H)
    Abul Hasan As-Sindee (d. 1132H)
    'Abdullaah ibn Salim al-Basree (d. 1134H)
    Muhammad Hayaat bin Ibraaheem As-Sindee (d. 1163H): Biography (the second bio)
    Shah Waliullah Dehlawee (d. 1175H)
    Muhammad Ibn Ismaa'eel Al-Sana'aanee (d. 1182H)
    Muhammad ibn Ahmad as-Safaareenee (d. 1188H)


    Muhammad bin 'Abdul-Wahaab (d. 1206H)
    'Abdullaah bin Muhammad bin 'Abdul-Wahaab
    Saalih bin Muhammad al-Fullaani (d. 1218H)
    Hamd ibn Naasir at-Tameemee (d. 1225H)
    Sulaimaan bin 'Abdullaah bin Muhammad bin 'Abdul-Wahaab (d. 1233H)
    Abu al-'Alaa 'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn 'Abdur-Raheem al-Mubaarakfooree (d. 1235H)
    Shah Isma'eel Shaheed Dehlawee (d. 1246H)
    Muhammad bin 'Ali ash-Shawkaani (d. 1250H)
    Abu 'Abdur-Rahmaan 'Abdullaah ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Abaabutayn (d. 1282H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan bin Hasan bin Muhammad bin 'Abdul-Wahaab (d. 1285H)
    'Abdul-Lateef ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Aal ash-Shaykh (d. 1293H)
    'Abdul-Lateef Al-Hanbalee (d. 1297H)


    'Abdul-Hayy al-Luknawee (d. 1304H)
    Sideeq Hassan Khan (d. 1307H)
    Zayd ibn Muhammad an-Najdee (d. 1307H)
    Hammad bin 'Ateeq (d. 1310H)
    Nu'maan Ibn Mahmood Al-Aaloosee (d. 1317H)
    Ishaaq ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan Aali Shaikh (d. 1319H)
    Sayyid Nadheer Hussain ad-Dehlawi (d. 1320H)
    'Abdul-Haqq ad-Dehlawee
    'Abdul-Qaadir al-Misri (d. 1323H)
    Muhammad ibn Basheer as-Sahsawaani al-Hindee (d. 1326H)
    Hussain bin Muhsin al-Yamaani (d. 1327H)
    Ahmad ibn Ibraheem an-Najdee (d. 1329H)
    Muhammad Shukree Ibn 'Abdullaah Beehaa-ud-Deen al-Baghdaadee (d. 1342H)
    Mahmood Shukree Al-Aaloosee (d. 1342H)
    Shamsul-Haqq ibn 'Ali al-Atharee (d. 1349H)
    Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad 'Aareef al-Hindee (d. 1349H)
    Sulaymaan ibn Sahmaan an-Najdee (d. 1349H)
    'Abdul-Wahhab al-Miltaanee ad-Dehlawee (d. 1351H)
    Muhammad Ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan al-Mubaarakfooree (d. 1353H)
    Muhammad bin Ishaaq Al-Ansaaree Al-Madanee (d. 1363H)
    Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Lateef (d. 1367H)
    Ahmad ibn Muhammad Ad-Dehlawee Al-Madanee (d. 1375H)
    Imam As-Sa'dee (d. 1376H): Biography
    Haafidh al-Hakami (d. 1377H)
    Ahmad ibn Muhammad Shaakir (d. 1377H)
    Muhammad Sultaan ibn Muhammad 'Awroon al-Khujandee (d. 1379H)
    Mahmood Shakir
    Rashdullaah Shah
    Muhammad Basheer Al-Ibraheemee (d. 1380H)
    Muhammad bin Ibraheem bin 'Abdul-Lateef (d. 1386H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan bin Yahya al-Mu'allami (d. 1386H): Biography
    'Abdullaah bin Muhammad al-Qara'aawi (d. 1389H)
    Muhammad ibn Ibraheem Aali Shaikh (d. 1389H)
    Muhib-Ud-Deen Al-Khateeb (d. 1389H)
    Abu 'Ubaid-Ullaah 'Abdus-Salaam Al-Mubaarakfuree
    Muhammad bin 'Abdur-Razzaaq Hamzah (d. 1392H)
    Aboo Muhammad 'Abdul-Haqq bin 'Abdul-Waahid al-Haashimi (d. 1392H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Muhammad ibn Qaasim (d. 1392H)
    Muhammad al-Ameen ash-Shanqeetee (d. 1393H)
    Muhammad ibn Khaleel Harraas (d. 1395H): Biography


    'Abdullaah Ibn Humayd (d. 1402H)
    Taqiud-Deen Al-Hilali (d. 1407H): Biography
    'Abdullaah bin Muhammad Ad-Duwaish (d. 1409H)
    Mahmood ibn 'Abdullaah ibn Hamood at-Tuwaijiree (d. 1413H): Biography
    Abu al-Hassan 'Ubaidullaah bin Muhammad al-Mubaarakfuri (d. 1414H): Biography
    'Abdur-Razzaq 'Afeefi (d. 1415H)
    Muhammad Amaan Ibn 'Alee al-Jaamee (d. 1416H): Biography
    Badee ud-Deen Shah ar-Raashidee al-Hussaini as-Sindi (d. 1416H)
    Hammad al-Ansari (d. 1418H): Biography
    'Umar ibn Muhammad Fullata (d. 1419H)
    'Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Yoosuf al-Ifireeqee
    'Abdul-'Azeez bin 'Abdullaah bin Baaz (d. 1420H): Autobiography, Biography
    Muhammad Naasir ud-Deen bin Nuh Najaati al-Albaanee (d. 1420H): Biography
    Muhammad ibn 'Abdillaah As-Sumalee (d. 1420H): Biography
    Muhammad ibn Saalih al-'Uthaimeen (d. 1421H): Biography
    Muqbil bin Haadi al-Hamadaani al-Waadi'ee (d. 1422H): Biography, Autobiography
    'Abdus-Salaam Ibn Burjis (d. 1425H)
    'Abdul-'Azeez bin Muhammad ibn Ibraheem Aali Shaikh (d. 1426H)
    'Abdul-Ghafaar ar-Rahmaanee (d. 1428H)
    Ahmad ibn Yahyaa an-Najmee (d. 1429H): Biography
    Dr. Saleh-as-Saleh (d. 1429H)
    Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhab Marzooq al-Bannah (d. 1430H): Biography
    'Abdullaah ibn Ghudayaan (d. 1431H): Biography
    Muhammad Ibn Jameel Zaynoo (d. 1431H)
    'Abdullaah bin 'Abdul-Azeez Al 'Aqeel (d. 1433H)
    Zayd Bin Hadee al-Madkhalee (d. 1435H): Biography


    Still Present (hafidhahumullaah)

    Rabee' Bin Hadee al-Madkhalee: Biography
    Saalih ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan: Biography
    'Ubaid ibn 'Abdullaah al-Jaabiree: Biography
    Muhammad Bin Hadee al-Madkhalee: Biography
    'Abdullaah ibn 'Abdur-Raheem al-Bukhaaree: Biography

    'Abdul-Azeez bin 'Abdullaah Aali Shaykh
    Saalih ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez Aali Shaikh: Biography
    'Abdul-MuHsin al-'Abbaad: Biography
    'Abdur-Razzq ibn 'Abdul-MuHsin al-'Abbaad al-Badr
    Saalih as-Suhaymee
    Muhammad Ibn Ramzaan Al-Haajiree: Biography
    Muhammad ibn Adam al-Ethiobi
    Saalih al-Luhaydaan
    Shaikh 'Ali ibn Naasir al-Faqeehee: Biography

    Saalih As-Sindee
    Muhammad ibn 'Abdul-Wahhab Al-'Aqeel
    Muhammad ibn 'Umar Bazmool: Biography
    Ahmad ibn 'Umar Bazmool: Biography
    Tariq ibn Husayn Subay'ee: Biography
    Abu Muhammad Ahmad Subay'ee: Biography
    Abul-'Abbaas 'Aadil Ibn Mansoor: Biography
    Khalid Adh-Dhafiri: Biography
    Abu 'Uthmaan Muhammad al-Anjaaree:
    Hassan ibn 'Abdul-Wahhab Marzooq al-Bannah: Biography
    'Abdul-'Azeez ibn 'Abdillaah Ar-Rijihi: Biography
    'Abdullaah an-Najmee
    'Abdus-Salaam As-Sihaymee
    'Abdul-MuHsin al-Ubaykaan: Biography
    Shaikh Muhammad ibn Sa'eed Raslaan
    Muhammad al-Imaam
    Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab al-Wassaabi: Biography
    Abu 'Umar Usaamah Al-Utaybi: Biography
    'Alee al-Haddaadee: Biography
    'Abdul-'Azeez al-Bura'ee
    'Uthman As-Saalimee
    Nu'man al-Watr
    Khalid bin Muhammad 'Uthmaan al-Misri
    Khalid bin Abdur Rahman al-Misri
    'Adil Sayyid
    Maher ibn Dhafir al-Qahtani: Biography
    'Abdullaah Ibn 'Ateeq al-Harbee
    Taraaheeb Ad-Dawsiree
    Muhammad ibn Rabee' al-Madkhalee
    'Abdullaah ibn 'Umar al-Adanee: Biography
    Zayd al-Dawsaree
    Tal'at Zahraan
    Muhammad 'Ali Ferkous: Biography
    'Alee Al-Hudhaifee: Biography
    Abu Rabee' Ahmad Az-Zahranee
    Jamaal al-Haarithee


    Note:
    * Uwais al-Qarnee is a mukhadram(a person who accepted Islaam in the time of the Prophet, sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, but did not meet him in person) and his rank is between that (of the outright) companions and that (of the outright) tabi'oon.

    Note: If you notice any errors or discrepencies, or the same scholar mentioned more than once, or you know of a missing date of death, please advise - may Allaah bless you.


    Subhanak Allaahuma wa bihamdika ash-hadu anlaa illaaha illa anta astaghfiruka wa atubu ilayk

    If I said anything correct, then it is from Allaah (subhanahu wa taa'ala), and if I erred, then that is from me and shaytan.

  2. #2

    Exclamation Female Scholars Of The Past, by Abu Hakeem Bilaal Davis

    Bismillaah Al-Hamdulillaah wa salatu wa salaamu 'ala rasulullaah
    Amma-ba'd

    Female Scholars Of The Past; A great encouragement for the sisters to study their Deen and seek nearness to Allaah


    As Abu Hakeem Bilal Davis (hafidhahullaah) mentioned, there were many female Scholars in this Ummah.

    Among them were:

    - 'Amraa bint 'Abdir-Rahmaan ibn Sa'd ibn Zaraarah Al-Ansaariyah Al-Madaaniyah (the foremost student of 'Aa`ishah, radiAllaahu 'anha - the wife of the Prophet, sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)

    Imaam Ibn Sheehaab az-Zuhree (d. 124H) was advised to learn from her, and he later said: I found her (to be) an ocean of knowledge. Imaam Az-Zuhree also learned from other female scholars:

    - Nadhba, the mawla of Maymoona (radiAllaahu 'anha, the wife of the Prophet, sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)
    - Faatima al-Ghuza'eeyah
    - Hind bint al-Haarith Al-Faarisiyah
    - Umm 'Abdullaah Ad-Dawseeyah


    - 'Aaishah bint Sa'd ibn Abee Waqqas Az-Zuhriyah Al-Madaneeyah (d. 111H, rahimahallaah), the daughter of one of the 10 sahaaba promised Jannah (radiallaahu 'anhum). She was described as: Tabi'iyyah, Madaniyyah, thiqah.

    Imaam Maalik (d. 179H) learned from her.

    - Umm 'Umar bint Hassaan ibn Zayd ath-Thaqafi.

    Imaam Ahmad (d. 241H) learned from her.


    - Umm Salaam binti al-Qaadee Abee Bakr Ahmad ibn Kamel ibni Khalaf ibn Shajara al-Baghdaadiyah; she taught Qaadee Abu Ya'la (d. 458H).

    - Faatima bint Muhammad ibn Shaikh Ibraheem ibn Mahmoud ibn Jawhar al-Baqahee`a; she taught Imaam Ibnul Qayyim (d. 751H).

    - Umm Muhammad Zaida bint Moosa ibni 'Uthmaan Al-Maraaniyah; she taught Imaam Adh-Dhahabie (d. 748H)

    - Of the 1,200 scholars that Ibn Asaakir (d. 571H) learned from, 80 were women.

    - And of the scholars that Ibn Hajar al-Ascalani (d. 852H) learned from, around 30 were women.

    Of course, the teaching between the female scholars and those who became Imaams of hadeeth was from behind a veil, a screen, or a wall.


    Source: http://www.salafisounds.com/female-s...-bilaal-davis/

    Subhanak Allaahuma wa bihamdika ash-hadu anlaa illaaha illa anta astaghfiruka wa atubu ilayk

    If I said anything correct, then it is from Allaah (subhanahu wa taa'ala), and if I erred, then that is from me and shaytan.

  3. #3

    Exclamation Words of Uplifting Encouragement and Reassurance - Al-'Allaamah Rabee' Bin Haadee al-Madkhalee

    Bismillaah Al-Hamdulillaah wa salatu wa salaamu 'ala rasulullaah
    Amma-ba'd

    Allaah, Tabarak wa Ta'aala, said (what means):


    Verily We: It is We Who have sent down the Dhikr (the reminder [Qur`aan and Sunnah]) and surely, We will guard it (from corruption). (Al-Hijr, ayah 9)


    Words of Uplifting Encouragement and Reassurance - Al-'Allaamah Rabee' Bin Haadee al-Madkhalee (hafidhahullaah)

    Question: Shaikh Albaanee, Shaikh Ibn Baaz and Shaikh 'Uthaymeen have passed away, so who remains from the scholars?

    Answer:
    Those who remain are numerous, and all praise is due to Allaah. The Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) died, and his noble companions (radiAllaahu 'anhum) remained; Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (rahimahullaah) died, and his companions (rahimahumullaah) remained; Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullaah) died, and his companions (rahimahumullaah) remained; Ibn 'Abdul Wahhaab (rahimahullaah) died, and his companions (rahimahumullaah) remained; and those ones [i.e. Albaanee, Ibn Baaz, 'Uthaymeen (rahimahumullaah)] died, and their students and brothers remain by Allaah's Will. The truth will not be lost.

    When 'Umar (radiallaahu 'anhu) was stabbed, it was said to him: "Appoint a successor!" He said: "Allaah will not allow His Religion to be lost." So, by Allaah, this Religion will never be lost. It is upon you to put shoulder to shoulder, and embark upon work, raise the flag of the (authentic) Sunnah and the flag of the truth.

    [The Messenger of Allaah (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)] said: There will not cease to be a group amongst my Ummah manifest upon the truth - unharmed by those who betray them nor by those who oppose them till Allaah's command comes to pass. [Muslim]

    By Allaah, neither knowledge nor the committee of senior scholars have died - all praise is due to Allaah - and there is good and blessing with them. Our Salafi brothers are in the different regions of the world; the world is filled with senior students of knowledge who fill this gap, all praise is due to Allaah. So neither can the people of falsehood rejoice nor become happy.


    Source: الذريعة إلى بيان مقاصد كتاب الشريعة للإمام المحدث أبي بكر محمد بن الحسين الآجري Pages 208-209, Vol. 1, via: http://salaficentre.com/2014/03/words-of-uplifting-encouragement-and-reassurance-alallaamah-rabee-bin-haadi/



    Subhanak Allaahuma wa bihamdika ash-hadu anlaa illaaha illa anta astaghfiruka wa atubu ilayk

    If I said anything correct, then it is from Allaah (subhanahu wa taa'ala), and if I erred, then that is from me and shaytan.


 

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