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    al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

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    His name is Ahmad Ibn ‘Ali Ibn Muhammad Ibn Muhammad ‘Ali Al-Kinaani Al-Asqalaani. His great grandparents lived in Asqalaan where they entered it in the year 583 Hijri. The word Hajar is the name of one of his grandfathers. His Kunya is Abul-Fadl and his Laqab is Shihaabuddin.

    This city Asqalaan is found in Palestine in Ghazza. Ibn Hajar was born on the 12th of Sha’baan, 773 Hijri. Ibn Hajar was an orphan. His father who was a great scholar and merchant died in the year 777 Hijri (making Ibn Hajar only four years old). His mother passed away before that and so he was an orphan from both of his parents. Ibn Hajar had an older brother who was very learned, but died before Ibn Hajar and due to this his father became very upset and saddened. One of the pious people saw a dream and he gave glad tidings to the father of Ibn Hajar, and told him that he would be succeeded by a person who would be better than him and have a long life. Ibn Hajar himself then says that, “I was born and Allâh subhanahu wa ta'ala opened my hands for me.”

    Meaning that Allâh subhanahu wa ta'ala gave him good knowledge and a sound memory.

    Ibn Hajar is regarded to be one of the rare people in our beautiful history, as Shaykh al-Albaanee said, “Ibn Hajar was the strongest of those ‘Ulammaa who had memorised hadith” and so there was no one really the same as him in regards to what he memorised and to the precision that he done it.

    Ibn Hajar went to school where they make you memorise the Qur’ân. When he was only five years old. He completed the memorisation of the Qur’ân. When he was nine years old he would lead the people in Taraweeh prayer in Makkah in the year 785 Hijri (when he was just twelve years old). His guardian or the person looking over him was Zaki-Uddin and he had been requested by the father of Ibn Hajar to take care of him.

    So the fact that Ibn Hajar was able to memorise the Qur’ân at such a tender age, shows the precision and strength of his memory. Ibn Hajar first heard Sahih Al-Bukhaari from one of his earliest scholars Affef-ud-Deen Al-Nashawari.

    In the year 786 Hijri, Ibn Hajar moved from Makkah to Egypt where he memorised a number of small summarised books like Al-‘Umda al-hadith and also Al-Haawee which is a book in Shaafi’ee Fiqh and also Mukhtasir Al-Haajib which is a book on Usool-ul-Fiqh and other books like in grammar. Then for a short period of time for certain reasons, he stopped seeking knowledge and then in the year 790 Hijri, he again returned in seeking the knowledge of the different sciences of knowledge, which the students of knowledge concentrate on. Such as Tafseer and Kiraa-aat, but something that he was very fond of and what he started doing more often was reading History. History of battles and wars and he also had a great love for reading Arabic literature. Some of the scholars would encourage him to read about History and Literature. One of these scholars was Al-Badr Al-Bushtaki who encouraged him to read Al-Ghaani, which was one of the greatest books written in Arabic literature. It’s almost 20-30 volumes long and Ibn Hajar read this, such that he would hear poetry and know who mentioned it as well as understanding the meaning of the poetry (This is very important for one who wants to understand the Qur’ân and the Sunnah), this reading and understanding of literature. Ibn Hajar would even write poetry himself. He started to read more into the sciences of hadith and Allâh subhanahu wa ta'ala gave him the love and inspired him to learn the sciences of hadith and its memorisation and in doing so he benefited himself and the Ummah greatly.

    In 796 Hijri, Ibn Hajar started to turn to knowledge with great enthusiasm and hard-work. He himself says that, “The veil between him and knowledge was removed for him and the doors were opened for him to learn with great and strong resolve”. He was able to acquire much knowledge and was blessed by Allâh subhanahu wa ta'ala in this regard. He would travel much in the days of learning in the morning and in the evening trying to learn from the scholars of his time. Amongst the most famous of scholars that he learnt from were Al-Haafidh Al-Iraaqi and Ibn Al-Mulaqqin, who were two famous scholars of hadith and he learnt from these two scholars and other scholars like them. He traveled to Alexandria, to Ash-Shaam, Syria, to Egypt and to other places as well, where he would get benefit and also benefit others. One of the times when Ibn Hajar went to Shaam, he was 60 years old and at this time he had already become a great scholar (he had become high in his knowledge and learning), but this didn’t prevent him from learning and traveling to seek knowledge. This showed the keenness and steadfastness of this great Imam in learning the knowledge from the people. During this visit to Yemen he said that he met some of the scholars such as Firauz-uddin Al-Abbaadi, the great grammarian and scholar who wrote one of the dictionaries of the Arabic Language and he also met the King of Yemen. When he came back from Yemen, the boat that he was coming back on capsized and many of the books that he had written were lost. All of this shows the great lengths that Ibn Hajar went to, to learn and write about Islâm.

    Ibn Hajar took a number of posts and different positions in his life, despite the fact that he did not want these positions, but because the people asked him to take these positions, he did so. One such position was teaching the different Islâmic Sciences such as Tafseer, Kiraa-aat, etc. He was also the Mufti, so he would give fataawa (he would give legal rulings). He was also a judge, and took the position of the person who would give the Khutbah on the days of Jumu’ah. These positions in those times were only given to the scholars, or those who could fulfill the criteria of these positions.

    As for the teachers of Ibn Hajar, he has more than eight hundred. He wrote a book talking about his various different teachers who he learnt from. Also his students were very many, such that a student would come and learn from him and then the son of the student would also come and learn from him. So a father and son would take priding in having learned from Ibn Hajar owing to the rank that Ibn Hajar held in his lifetime.

    Also the different Muftis in the land were students of Ibn Hajar himself. He had many books and these books spread out amongst the Muslims world in his lifetime. Even the teachers and contemporaries of Ibn Hajar would request his books. Even more so than his students, so that they may learn from them. This showed the level that Allâh subhanahu wa ta'ala had placed Ibn Hajar that he was above most of the contemporaries of his time.

    Ibn Hajar was well known for his piety, being detached from the world (his Zuhud). Al Buqaa’ee mentions about Ibn Hajar that he would fast continuously and eat very little. He would also be careful of eating the food of other people and if he was travelling then he would eat whatever he wish to, and if his money were to run out, then he would eat things (lowly things) that normal people wouldn’t like to eat. People would eat meat, those who took salaries from the government for example the army, etc. But he would never take any of the food from these people because of his piety and his cautiousness of where his food would come from.

    The scholars of Islâm would give Ibn Hajar precedence and they would honour him whether they be the scholars of his time or those who came after him. Al Buqaa’ee said about him that he is the leader of the people, the imam of the Muslims. Ash-Shawkaanee said about him, that he is the great famous haafidh well knowledgeable about hadith. So if the word al-Haafidh is given to anyone, then by ijmaa’ or after him is given to Ibn Hajar and Ibn Hajar alone. So if the word al-Haafidh is said, then it indicated Ibn Hajar, unless the word al-Haafidh is qualified by someone else. This shows the great level and rank that Ibn Hajar reached.

    Another scholar said about him, that he is one of the great scholars of the scholars of our past he is the Leader of The Believers in regards to hadith, he is the most knowledgeable scholar of his time. About his great book Fath Al-Bari, the Shaykh said, it is like a dictionary of the Sunnah. Rather it is a dictionary of all the Islâmic Sciences. This book would be said to be beneficial in the sense that if you were to ask a question, then Ibn Hajar would provide such as answer in this great book, that the questioners thirst would be quenched.

    Concerning his books, then Ibn Hajar has a great number of books, his most famous book is Fath Al-Bari, which is the explanation of Sahih Al-Bukhari and also his book Tahreeb wa-tahreeb, which is a book concerning the different narrators in the Kutub-us-Sitta. He has books in all the various Islâmic Sciences such as Hadith, Tafseer, Uloom-ul-Qur’ân. On Tuesday 14th of Dhul-Hijjah the year 852 Hijri, he became ill, such that Saturday 18th of the same month, he passed away in Cairo (may Allâh have mercy on his soul).

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani



    His handwriting from his Taqrib al-Tahdhib:

    ibnhajarfromtaqribrs8 - al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani
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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    He is truly a master in his field man!!

    SubhanAllah.

    Listening to this short account by Dr Saleh As Saleh

    Al Hafidh Ibn Hajar
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    Subhanallah such a great Scholar. Jazakallah Khair for this post. Looking at his handwriting reminds me that at a time before they did not used to have the different dots on the words, but I'm wondering now when was it implemented? You know, to tell the difference between baa and taa and such.

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    Subhanallah. I love his works. But his handwriting is very hard to read. I managed to read some from what bro almadani posted, but the rest just looks like curves. Imagine he wrote the whole of fathul baari like that. Amazing.
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    SubhanAllah a great scholar indeed Allah Yar7amuh.

    Taqreeb at-tahdeeb is SUCH a great book.

    I've noticed that most of the Ulamaah/Hufaadh/A'immah and all write like that. They all seem to have that same style MashaAllah.

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    ^ Yes Masha'allah Taqreebat-Tahdheeb is an Amazing book.

    I've never heard of the one that Al-Madani posted though? Tahreeb wa Tahreeb? Do you know of it?
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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    Maybe it was implimented in certain writings but not in all, for example, for things which are repeated loads and loads, like signatures, introductions, common repetitions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mawaddah View Post
    ^ Yes Masha'allah Taqreed at-Tahdheeb is an Amazing book.

    I've never heard of the one that Al-Madani posted though? Tahreeb wa Tahreeb? Do you know of it?
    I think its mento be the 'condensation/summary of the condensation or summary' If I am not wrong one is big then theres a smaller version the one you refer to then theres one which has even less info, for example the summary says 'Teachers, date of birth date of death and so forth and his ruling' but the smaller one say just the ruling. I think
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    Bulugh Al-Maram
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    Bulugh Al-Maram (attainment of the objective according to the evidence of the ordinances) is based upon the Ahadith of our Prophet which have been the sources of Islamic Jurisprudence. Al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani has recorded the true significance of the Ahadith and their origins & also made a comparison of the versions, if the sources are more than one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Habeshi View Post
    Maybe it was implimented in certain writings but not in all, for example, for things which are repeated loads and loads, like signatures, introductions, common repetitions?
    Well that may be so, but then I've seen that the writing is similar even in the actual writing of the Book. Like the Sharh and all that. The little clip of Al-Haafidhs writing here though is him recording the date in which he finished the book (I'm not sure, that's what it looks like) because he writes "End of the book......Year seven hundred ........" I can't make out the rest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Al Habeshi View Post
    I think its mento be the 'condensation/summary of the condensation or summary' If I am not wrong one is big then theres a smaller version the one you refer to then theres one which has even less info, for example the summary says 'Teachers, date of birth date of death and so forth and his ruling' but the smaller one say just the ruling. I think
    Oh I see then. Jazakallah Khair.

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    mashallah he was a heavy scholar

    he had a wikid memory, i remember hearing i think it was bout ibn hajar, that when he would go to the bazaar and stuff he would try and block out the sounds of music and stuff, because if he heard he would remember it mashallah
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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    Quote Originally Posted by Fi_Sabilillah View Post



    Bulugh Al-Maram
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    Bulugh Al-Maram (attainment of the objective according to the evidence of the ordinances) is based upon the Ahadith of our Prophet which have been the sources of Islamic Jurisprudence. Al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani has recorded the true significance of the Ahadith and their origins & also made a comparison of the versions, if the sources are more than one.

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    Thats a really great book mashaAllah. I was so sad when i didnt get to finish studying it.
    If you read it together with the sharh for Imam as-San3aani its even better. I hope i'll get to finish learning it one day inshaAllah.

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    Buloogh Al Maraam Audios


    Part 1 of the Last Book of Buloogh Al Maram Al Jami A Comprehensive Book


    I like the last one, pretty nice to follow along I hope they update it insha'Allah talks about the first couple of Hadith are discussed about Muslim's rights to one and other and so forth, discussed by Saleh As Saleh.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nawal89 View Post
    Thats a really great book mashaAllah. I was so sad when i didnt get to finish studying it.
    If you read it together with the sharh for Imam as-San3aani its even better. I hope i'll get to finish learning it one day inshaAllah.
    Is the sharh subus as salam or something?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mawaddah View Post
    Well that may be so, but then I've seen that the writing is similar even in the actual writing of the Book. Like the Sharh and all that. The little clip of Al-Haafidhs writing here though is him recording the date in which he finished the book (I'm not sure, that's what it looks like) because he writes "End of the book......Year seven hundred ........" I can't make out the rest.
    Oh, maybe its like a part of adornment like its a style liked? Cos I saw Uthaymeen's handwriting and I found it hard but maybe to the Arabs its ultra nice.
    Last edited by Umar001; 05-14-2007 at 02:04 PM.
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    I learnt alot from that i neva knew that it was only One Dinar per adult for jizya! subhan Allaah

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    [QUOTE=Al Habeshi;737394

    Is the sharh subus as salam or something?
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    Yes thats it. Subul assalam sharh bulugh al maram by Imam as-san3aani.

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    Quote Originally Posted by Nawal89 View Post
    Thats a really great book mashaAllah. I was so sad when i didnt get to finish studying it.
    If you read it together with the sharh for Imam as-San3aani its even better. I hope i'll get to finish learning it one day inshaAllah.


    Umm salamah is still teaching it, they're on Kitaab al-buyuu'. If you hurry you could take off from where you left.

    Subul-Salaaam is really beautiful too.

    Anyone read or heard of his book Al-Isaabah (fee tamyeez as-sahaabah)?

    A must read.

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    ^ Why dont you write down a list of all the amazing books Princess so that when I go to Yemen Insha'allah I will just go to the Book Market and buy them up

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    Lol there's tooooo many. But sure thing.

    The Maktabah used to be my second home.

    Did you know that the Muqaddamah of Fathul Baari has it's own name?

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    Re: al-Haafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani

    Do the books in yemen come in print or hand written?
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    ^ Print Print Akhi, who hand writes books anymore!!

    Princess what's it's name?


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