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|Title||هشيم بن بشير تدليسه ومروياته في صحيح البخاري|
|Title in Arabic||هشيم بن بشير تدليسه ومروياته في صحيح البخاري|
This study deals with one of the questions related to the defects science "Elm Al-e'lall". It explains the problem why Al-Bukhari narrated on the authority of Hushaym in his book "Sahih Al-Bukhari" in spite of "Hushaym" being a concealer "Mudallis" from the third group. Using the inductive approach in collecting and comparing the narrations, here are the main results:-Al-Bukhari mentioned fifteen narrations in which Hushaym did not declare that he heard the target Hadith using the word "Sami'tu = I heard". Some of these narrations are found with declaration of narrations using "haddathana = he narrated to us" in another place in Sahih Al-Bukhari.-Some of these narrations are found with declaration of hearing using "Sami'tu = I heard" in books other than Sahih Al-Bukhari.-Some of Hushaym's narrations were authenticated with other narrations mentioned by other trustworthy narrators.-In some other cases, Al-Bukhari did not narrate on the authority of Hushaym except the Hadiths which were narrated by the most reliable teachers and Sheikhs of Hushaym.
|Published in||IUG Journal of Islamic Studies|
|Series||Volume: 14, Number: 2|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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