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|Title||The significance of using the term “veracious Allah willing” by Al Hafed Al Thahabi Comparative critical study|
|Title in Arabic||مدلول مصطلح "صدوق إن شاء الله" عند الحافظ الذهبي دراسة نقدية مقارنة|
In this study, 39 narrators, with whom Al Hafed Al Thahabi used the term “veracious Allah willing”, have been studied. The research begins with an introduction in which Al Hafed Al Thahabi is represented, and the term “veracious Allah willing” is introduced as well. The first chapter deals with the narrators that Al Hafed Al Thahabi used that term with, and they have narration in the six books. The second chapter is for the narrators with whom Al Hafed Al Thahabi used the term “veracious Allah willing”, yet they have no narration in the six books. The comments of critics about the narrators have been gathered, represented and studied in a comparative critical study in this chapter. This is in order to reach a conclusion about each narrator and then findings and recommendations are presented. One of the most important results in this study is that Al Hafed Al Thahabi set the term “veracious Allah willing” in the lowest position of impeachment and amendment ranking. Yet, he did not mean to weaken the status of the narrators, nor did he promote it to be fully authentic and agreed upon. Al Hafed Al Thahabi traced the opinions of the senior critics and summarised that in using “veracious Allah willing”. He was fair and honest in his judgment. The narrators with whom he used “veracious Allah willing” are accepted except two of the narrators of the six books. They are weak but such weakness could be modified. Another important result is studying the narration of those whose narration is represented with “veracious Allah willing” so that their narration is ranked appropriately in terms of accepting or rejecting.
|Published in||مجلة البحوث الإسلامية|
|Series||(عدد 76، 1/2022م)،|
|Publisher||القاهرة- جمهورية مصر العربية|
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