The first formulation of Islamic Law based on the behaviour of the people of Madinah during the time of the great Companions, Al-Muwatta is the blueprint for a just and radiant society: the earliest, clearest, cleanest record of early Islam. It is divided into 61 books on different subjects, each book containing many ahadith. The numbering system used by Malik is consecutive per book
Malik's Muwatta ("the well-trodden path") is a collection of two items:
Imam Malik (full name Malik bin Anas bin Malik bin Abu Amir Al-Asbahi) was born in 93 A.H. and died in 179 A.H. He lived most of his life in Madinah, the city in which the Prophet (pbuh) settled in. He was a preeminent scholar of Islam, and is the originator of the Maliki judicial school of thought. He is reputed to have had over one thousand students. During Malik's lifetime, he steadily revised his Muwatta, so it reflects over forty years of his learning and knowledge. It contains a few thousand hadith.
She is co-translator The Noble Qur'an A New Rendering of its Meaning in English. Other works include -Al-Muwatta of Imam Malik , Glossary of Islamic Terms, Islam: The Empowering of Women, Muslim Women A Biographical Dictionary, <Click to See a list of Books translated or authored by A Bewley>
Imam Malik Arabic- English
The first formulation of Islamic Law based on the people of Madinah during the time of the great Companions.
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MUWATTA of IMAM MUHAMMAD
OF IMAM MALIK Trans by M
OF IMAM MALIK Translated by Professor Muhammed
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OF THE BOOK :
Yahya related to me from Malik from Yahya ibn Sa'id that 'Abdullah ibn Mas'ud
said to a certain man, "You are in a time when men of understanding (fuqaha')
are many and Qur'an reciters are few, when the hudud defined in the
Qur'an are guarded and its letters are neglected, when few people ask and many
give, when they make the prayer long and the khutba short, and put their
actions before their desires. A
time will come upon people when their fuqaha' are few but their Qur'an
reciters are many, when the letters of the Qur'an are guarded carefully but its hudud
are neglected, when many ask but few give, when they make the
khutba long but the prayer short, and put their desires before their
92 Yahya related to me from Malik that Yahya ibn Sa'id said, "I have heard that the first of the actions of a slave to be considered on the day of rising is the prayer. If it is accepted from him the rest of his actions will be considered, and if it is not accepted from him none of his actions will be considered."
[In Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, an-Nasa'i and Ibn Majah]
93 Yahya related to me from Malik from Hisham ibn 'Urwa from his father that 'A'isha, the wife of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "The actions which the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, loved most were those which were done most constantly."
94 Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard from 'Amir ibn Sa'd ibn Abi Waqqas that his father said, "There were two brothers, one of whom died forty nights before the other. The merit of the first was being mentioned in the presence of the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and he said, 'Was the other one not a Muslim?' They said, 'Of course, Messenger of Allah, and there was no harm in him.' The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, 'What will make you realise what his prayer has brought him? The prayer is like a deep river of sweet water running by your door into which you plunge five times a day. How much of your dirtiness do you think that will leave? You do not realise what his prayer has brought him.'"
[cf Bukhari 505]
95 Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that if anyone passed by 'Ata' ibn Yasar in the mosque with something to trade, he would call him and ask, "What is the matter with you? What do you want?" If the man said that he wished to trade with him, he would say, "You need the market of this world. This is the market of the next world."
96 Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that 'Umar ibn al-Khattab set aside an area near the mosque called al-Butayha and said, "Whoever wishes to talk nonsense or recite poetry or raise his voice should go to this area
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