Imam Ahmad Daoudi Trabelsi (402 h) and his enhancing contributions in the printed, manuscript and missing science of Hadith

Mohamed Fathy, Mohamed Abdelgelil and Rohaizan, Baru and Mawaddaibrahim, . and Khalidgahit, . (2019) Imam Ahmad Daoudi Trabelsi (402 h) and his enhancing contributions in the printed, manuscript and missing science of Hadith. Journal of Islamic Studies and Thought for Specialized Researches (JISTSR), 5 (1). pp. 61-86. ISSN 2289-9065

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Imam al-Daoudi has a well-known and respectful reputation among scholars in the field of Alsharia’ah. He is the first to explain Al-Bukhari's book, presenting a creative renovation method in interpreting its content chapters. He was not just a word-conveyed person, as the case in many interpreters, instead, his interpretations were remarkably categorized with unique characteristics. The most of junior Imams of modernists had done a tremendous of citation of his interpretations. Daoudi had lived in Tripoli, the west (Libya), where it was a center of science at that time. Those who are interested in having deeper knowledge about the efforts of libyan scientists can get their desire fully satisfied about the knowledge of Sheikh Imam al-Daoudi’s efforts and his enrich enhancing contributions in the science of Al-hadith only after a great effort. Therefore, this researcher is conducted in order to reveal about the contributing heritage of Sheikh Imam alDaoudi, shedding light on his hard printed manuscripts particularly the lost ones. Thus, this qualitative research depends on the analytical descriptive approach, which led to the following results: The Imam Daoudi in one of the leading scientists of Al-Hadith how did well considerable critique research studies in order to evaluate the credibility and validity of the Hadith phrases presented in Al-Bukhari's book and one of the scientists who protected this book. Besides, his written works (books) have possessed a well-trusted referential status among other publications in this field. He is one of the seniors who wrote about the Islamic financial economics. More interestingly, he was the first who interpreted Al-Bukhari's book in the Islamic Maghreb region. His publications were a magnificent collection that consisted of a printed books, manuscripts and missing manuscripts.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Al- Daoudi, Tripoli, Hadith, Heritage, printed, manuscript, missing
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > B Philosophy (General)
C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CT Biography
Divisions: Faculty of Islamic Contemporary Studies
Depositing User: Fatin Safura
Date Deposited: 09 Mar 2022 04:39
Last Modified: 09 Mar 2022 04:39

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