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Title: تعقبات العلماء على ابن الجوزي في الأحاديث التي حكم بوضعها كما في كتاب تنزيه الشريعة لابن عراق: كتاب التوحيد والإيمان
Authors: محمد الجامع أبوبكر الغنمبري
محمد الجامع أبوبكر الغنمبري
Keywords: علوم الحديث
ابن الجوزي
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية ـ عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر ـ كلية الدراسات الإسلامية ـ قسم السنة وعلوم الحديث
Abstract: Praise be to Almighty Allah, Lord of the worlds, and blessings and peace be upon the one who was sent as a mercy to the worlds, and upon his family and companions all. This is a research entitled: “Scholars’ tracts on Ibn al-Jawzi in the hadiths that were ruled to be placed as in the book Tanzih al-Sharia by Ibn Iraq. ” The researcher pursued this inductive approach: whereby the researcher traces and extrapolates the hadiths and narrators in place of scholars tracking down Ibn al-Jawzi in the books of monotheism and faith. The researcher uses the analytical method in analyzing the sayings of scholars in their comments on Ibn al-Jawzi in the hadiths under study. The method of comparison is to compare the sayings of scholars to come up with an opinion that is closer to the accuracy of judging the narrators and then judging the hadiths specified for the study. Statement of truth supported by evidence. The value of this research is increased by knowing the status of the hadith scholars, their integrity, and their interest in denouncing lies on the authority of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace. This research came with an introduction, conclusion, and four chapters: The first chapter: the researcher dealt with the research structure, basics, and previous studies. The chapter Two: in which the researcher deals with the situation in the hadith, its origins, causes and signs of the established hadith. The third chapter: the researcher dealt with introducing Ibn Al-Jawzi and his book Al-Mawdis, Al-Suyuti and his books Al-Masna’a Pearls, Badi’at jokes, Ibn Iraq al-Kinani and his book Tenzih Sharia The fourth chapter: in which the researcher deals with the study of scholars ’comments on Ibn al-Jawzi in the hadiths that were ruled to be placed in the books of monotheism and faith. As for the conclusion: the researcher demonstrated the most important results of the research, recommendations of the research, and indexes. In this positioned message, I reached some conclusions, namely: That this message contains hadiths distributed as follows: - The number of what the researcher agreed with the rule of Ibn al-Jawzi: hadiths. - The number of hadiths in which the researcher disagreed with the judgment of Ibn Al-Jawzi: 7 hadiths. - The number of hadiths that Ibn Al-Jawzi sentenced to status: hadiths. - And that Ibn al-Jawzi is one of the imams of al-Jarrah and al-Ta'idil, although he is not one of intransigent. - Ibn Al-Jawzi's book Al-Mawdooq is considered one of the best he has written in this chapter, and it is considered an important reference from the books classified on subjects, and he criticized the criticism of the hadith for its excess in some of its judgment on some hadiths. - Al-Suyuti was fascinated by mentioning the evidence and follow-ups of the hadiths that Ibn Al-Jawzi ruled about the situation, and he was deluded in most of them and followed in his delusion Ibn Iraq Al-Kanani, and it seemed to the researcher that what Al-Suyuti and Ibn Iraq Al-Kinani are citing from the evidence and follow-ups are the same degree of hadith, or more than weak and foolish. - And that Ibn Iraq did not abide by his condition that he mentioned in his introduction, so he said: “(And the second - Chapter Two -) regarding the ruling on his status and was followed through." And it is clear to the researcher that he mentioned some hadiths in the second chapter, and he was not subjected to being tracked down as the first hadith in the Book of Faith.
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