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Insert surname Tirmidhi and his characteristics Insert Name Insert Name of course Insert Name of supervisor Date According to commentator Moulana Muhammad Yusuf Binnawri (d. 1397 A.H.), on the Jamil’, Imam Tirmidhi was born in Bugh, a suburb of Tirmidh in the year 209 A. H. when Abbasid 1
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Insert surname Khalifa Ma’mun al-Rashid was at the helm of power (Meyer, 2006). Both Bugh and Tirmidh were in Khurasan, currently a province in North Eastern Iran. His proper name including his genealogical chain was Muhammad b. ‘Isa b. Thawra b. Musa b. al- Dahhak and his name of honour was Abu ‘Isa. During this period the Greek Philosophy crept into the Muslim world forcing people to resolve amid revelation and reason. Selfish rulers of the time forged and interpolated the Hadith in order to achieve their personal motives. Consequently they misled very many innocent and weak Muslims from Allah and from the prophets. However, Umar bin Abdul came up with a movement to amass the prophets’ holy hadith to avoid its extinction. At the end, the enormous duty was delegated to six intellectuals of Islam, Imam Abu ‘Isa ibn ‘Isa Tirmidhi being one of them. Having been brought up in an excellent learning environment and having been blessed with adequate qualities, Imam Tirmidhi automatically dedicated his entire life to the field of Hadith. His extra ordinary knowledge was gathered at home though he later traveled far and wide to enhance it. He was greatly assisted by several great Islamic personalities to study and understand Hadith among them being; Imam Abu Dawud, Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim. He died at the age of seventy in Bugh during the 13 Rajab 279 A.H. after being blind for two years. However, Imam Tirmidh was a legend well versed with the Hadith and was an extraordinary prophet who
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  • Fall '10
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