The biography of Imam Aboo Dawood Sijistani : the compiler of Sunan Aboo Dawood-died 275 AH
Title By: Ansari, Riaz [Translated by]Material type: BookPublisher: Riyadh : Darussalam, c2006.Description: 295 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9789960980386Subject(s): Hadith scholars -- Islamic Empire -- Biography | Muslim scholars -- Islamic Empire -- Biography | Hadith -- Authorities -- Biography | Hadith -- Authorities | Hadith scholars | Muslim scholars | Islamic Empire
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Description from the publisher: One of the blessings of Allah upon this Ummah is that He appointed for it people who would undertake to preserve the Sunnah of their Prophet (S). They were the scholars who devoted their entire lives to this monumental task, foregoing physical pleasures and taking delight, instead, in spending the nights recording hadeeths and in undergoing hardships in order to convey even one hadeeth from the Prophet (S). One of those eminent scholars is the subject of this biography: Aboo Daud Sijistaanee. Preface This book is part of a series of biographies of major scholars of fiqh and hadeeth from amongst the Muslim Ummah, which Allah has granted glory and an exalted status until the Day of Judgment. We will focus on both general and particular aspects of these scholars' lives, including their qualities, character, etiquette, their practice of their religion and their worship of Allah. What a need we have, particularly in this age, of such examples, for this Ummah will not have its dignity and glory restored to it until it returns to the qualities possessed by its early members and revives those traits of theirs which have passed into oblivion. Many Muslims are completely unaware of the lives of these scholars, so it's no surprise that non-Muslims would also be ignorant of them. As a result, the torch that might light the way forward for the bewildered and confused has gone out, leaving them waiting for someone to relight it to illuminate the path. People have grown tired of hearing about lovely ideals. They want to see concrete examples of Islam in practice as it was manifested in the lives of those great scholars and the Muslims who followed them. For them it was a reality which penetrated their hearts and minds and became part of their flesh and sinews.