Apart from these women, who seem to have specialized in the great Sahih of Imam Al-Bukhari, there were others, whose expertise were centered on other texts.
History records few scholarly enterprises, at least before modern times, in which women have played an important and active role side by side with men.
Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani was born in Egypt in the year 773 AH to the family of a Shafi'i learned scholar and poet Nur al-Din `Ali.
Imam Abu Dawud was blessed with an exceptional mind. Imam Abu Dawud had to read a book only once to commit its entire contents to memory. He was well versed in the criticism of hadith and an expert in
Imam An-An-Nawawi is known for his profound knowledge of various Shari`ah sciences. The following lines do briefly shed light on his life, merits, and scholarly contributions...
Imam Malik was reliable, safeguarded, trustworthy in Hadith, a great scholar, jurist, proof-bearer, and god-fearing man. Yahya ibn Mu`en – He is the Commander of the faithful in Hadith.
Among the Companions of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) were famous narrators of Hadith. They enjoyed the firsthand experience of hearing the Prophet's teachings and observing his c
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