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by Muhammad Rahimuddin

  • ISBN: 1567441629
  • Author: Muhammad Rahimuddin
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  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kazi Pubns Inc (February 1, 1994)
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Imam Malik "Muwatta", translated (c. 1945 .

Imam Malik "Muwatta", translated (c. M. Rahimuddin; 450 pages published by "Nusrat Ali Nasri" for "Kitab Bhavan" in New Delhi; "First Published in India in 1981" with several reprints thereafter in various quality of paper-stocks and bindings; Printed in India at Lahooti Fine Art Press

The Muwaṭṭaʾ (Arabic: الموطأ‎, "well-trodden path") or Muwatta Imam Malik (Arabic: الموطأامام مالك‎) of Imam Malik is the earliest written collection of hadith comprising the subjects of Islamic law, compiled by the Imam, Malik ibn Anas

The Muwaṭṭaʾ (Arabic: الموطأ‎, "well-trodden path") or Muwatta Imam Malik (Arabic: الموطأامام مالك‎) of Imam Malik is the earliest written collection of hadith comprising the subjects of Islamic law, compiled by the Imam, Malik ibn Anas. Malik's best-known work, Al-Muwatta was the first legal work to incorporate and join hadith and fiqh together (except possibly for Zayd ibn Ali's Musnad).

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Abbasid Caliph, Muwatta' of Imam Malik is regarded as the most authentic book on Hadith. The Muwatta' is based on the traditions narrated by them and juristic verdicts given by them, and thus it deals only with such ahadith as have a bearing on juristic verdicts.

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The book Muwatta Imam Malik Pdf is a collection of Hadith (Saying or deeds of Holy Prophet PBUH) by the Imam Malik Bin Ans . He was a well-known scholar of Islamic Shariah and high standard teacher of Hadith. He lived most of his life in the city of Madina and not ready to left it. Imam Malik was a great lover of Holy Prophet PBUH. He lived all his life in the promotion of Hadith. He was the founder of Maliki Fiqh, one of the four Islamic school of Fiqh.

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Folsa
Aisha Bewley has, at no charge, provided a translation with full isnads. This book lacks even those. Even by the standards of whenever it was that this was published (1996?): there is no excuse for putting out a publication which includes Islamic hadith, lacking the isnad. If I am paying for it, I expect also: full commentary, critical-footnotes to Abu Musab, Shaybani et al., possibly even an Arabic textus-criticus (although I'm willing to negotiate that if the price be low).

Even the printing had problems. The ink literally rubbed off and blackened my fingers. So not only is this translation bad, but it is unsanitary. If the Muslim must perform a cleansing after reading an Imam Malik book then something is deeply, DEEPLY wrong. Even blasphemous.

Please, please read Bewley's version instead. If you're Hanafi: the Shaybani translation as well. This book, by contrast, has worked very hard for its 1/5 and I must honour that effort.
Kupidon
My leather bound hardback of this book is obviously a facsimile, as on many of the pages, the ink is blurred or faded, and on none of them is it as crisp as one would expect in a genuine book publication. Moreover, the date and place of publication are missing from the book, although the volume does carry a 1979 preface by Mazheruddin Siddiqi, an advocate for the restoration of the global Islamic caliphate as evidenced in his 1956, Muslim Brotherhood-inspired Development of Islamic state and society.

Very likely, those peddling late-model hard bound copies of this book have ripped off facsimiles of it, rebound them without the copyright or publication data, and are raising funds for jihad.

Most interesting in this reproduction of the ideology of Imam Malik (d. 795), the founder of the Maliki school of Sunni Islam, as lain out in some 450 pages, and 594 (mostly brief) chapters.

The book includes myriad chapters on personal hygiene, personal sexual conduct and hygiene, and rules for prayer.

But those portions most fascinating here are the 23 chapters on the collection of Zakat and its required purposes, (such as funding ghazi fighters in "Allah's cause") (pp. 132-144), and 15 chapters on the requirement for jihad warfare, whose perpetrators Mohammed compared to "one who fasts (during the day) and prays (during the night) and is not weary of prayer or fast until he returns from the jihad (fight)." (pp. 198-213)

Furthermore, as in Al-Mawardi's Al-Ahkam As-Sultaniyyah: The Laws of Islamic Governance, Malik stresses the importance of taking booty from, and humiliating the conquered peoples, or dhimmis.

At the rate Western civilization is now moving, with the Dutch government announcing plans to prosecute Geert Wilders for his truthful film, Fitna, we will soon be ruled by laws like those in Malik's Muwatta, including the perennial call for Islamic jihad. Except that any non-Muslim who calls attention to the outrage of these violent laws fundamental to traditional Islam can be prosecuted for hate speech. Meanwhile, the new U.S. president plans to release jihadis themselves as victims of "human rights abuses," after which they have sworn to renew their war against the West.

Ironic, what?

--Alyssa A. Lappen
Domarivip
Imam Malik "Muwatta", translated (c. 1945 A.D.)by Prof. M. Rahimuddin; 450 pages published by "Nusrat Ali Nasri" for "Kitab Bhavan" in New Delhi; "First Published in India [in English] in 1981" with several reprints thereafter in various quality of paper-stocks and bindings; Printed in India at Lahooti Fine Art Press. "Muwatta" literally means `the trodden path'; this book it is a collection of ahadith compiled by Imam Malik [c. early Abbasid era] who `trodded' throughout Medina (the City of the Prophet Mohammad) in search of the Prophet's utterances and revelations of the Muslim Holy Book: The Quran. There are 32 chapters, each of which pertains to a specific subject, such as (Chapter 1) Prayer regulatory ahadith (ablution, concerning the act of urination while standing, blood flows); (2) Burial regulations (bath, shrouding); (3) Fasting regulations; (5) Zakat (Jizya from the People of the Book; Dhimmis); Hajj regulations; (7) Jihad regulations (19 pages); (13) Nikah marriage ahadith; (14) Talaq divorce ahadith; (16) (Slave ownership; Selling slaves, adulteress and bastards; "Malik reported that Umar was asked whether a person could buy a slave on condition to set him free. He replied: `No'" (p.279); (18) Cohabitation with a slave-girl; (25) On the punishment of Apostasy [`should be executed']; (27) Uqul: blood-money payments for various crimes; (29-30) Hudud/Sarqah: crime punishments; (32) Jami: misc. topics, including `there should be no two religions in Arabia' (hence, okay to expel Jews).

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