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Wa Alaikum As Salam. I will share a site that I love to use (may Allah (ﷻ) increase the managers of this project in blessings): QaalaRasulallah. Per their "about" section: "This site provides the most complete and accurate hadith text (matn), translation (English and other languages) and interactive chain of narrators (isnad)". Perhaps this is what you are ...


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A short intro on the history of hadith sciences Just as well as the Quran, hadith has been memorized by heart even until today with the whole narrator chain (especially scholars from the region around the city Chinguetti in Mauritania are known for their memorization skills of whole bools). Hadith also has been noted from some sahaba and collected in the ...


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Abu Az-Zinad أبو الزناد is 'Abdullah ibn Dhakwan عبد الله بن ذكوان a scholar of fiqh and hafidh of hadith from Medina who was born before the death of ibn' Abbas and met Anas ibn Malik and ibn 'Omar, so he is a (young) tabi' y. He died in Ramadan 130 a. H. among his prominent students you may find imams such as Malik, al-Laithi ibn Sa'as and Sufyan at-Thawry ...


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Al-A'raj refers to 'Abdurrahman bin Hurmuz (عبد الرحمن بن هرمز). You can read his entry in Dhahabi's book "Siyar a`lam al-nubala", published by Muasisatur-Risalah: Volume 5, Page 69-70 Abu'z-Zinad refers to 'Abdullah ibn Dhakwan (عبد الله بن ذكوان), you can read his entry in the above reference: Volume 5, Page 445-451.


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First, we need to define some definitions for the chain of narrations: The head of the narration, is the person who is saying the content (المتن) of the Hadith. Mostly it's Prophet Mohamed, but that is not always the case. The narrator (الراوي) refers to all of the people in the chain. But usually it points to the person who heard the content of the saying ...


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