Imam al-Hafiz al-Kabir Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Yazid ibn Majah al-Rabei al-Qazwaini, one of the most famous of those who were able to narrate and interpret the hadiths of the Prophet. He is the author of the most famous books from which we derive the knowledge of the interpretation of the hadeeth. Imams of Hadith.
The birth of Ibn Majah
– Born in the year 209 of immigration, which corresponds to 824 AD, in the town of Qazvin in Iraq, was born from a Muslim family, known love of the Islamic religion and the Koran.
– The emergence of Ibn Majah first in an atmosphere that loves science and research, in the science of Sharia and has emerged as a lover of forensic science, in general, and the science of Hadith, in particular.
– Frequent to the mosques in the Caspian, and managed to memorize the Koran at a young age, and was able to attend many of the episodes of the Koran, and workshops modernizers, which enabled him to obtain a great deal of the Prophet’s Hadith and details.
– Aish Ibn Majah taught modern science and felt that he could not navigate in this science, within the boundaries of his town, and he went on many trips, seeking the origins of the Prophet’s Hadith, and was based here on one of the honest conversations, (Peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever walks a path in which he seeks knowledge, Allah has a path to heaven.” In the narration of Imam al-Bukhaari, and other ahaadeeth that speak in this regard.
– The son of Maga roamed the earth from its bright to the Maghreb, seeking to search for the origins of the honorable Hadiths, and the most important of those who compiled them, and when he began in these trips he had not completed the twenty-second years of age, and was one of the most important countries that roam, Khorasan and Kufa, Damascus, Hijaz, Egypt and others, from other countries, which allowed him to meet with the elders and imams of this time.
The elders influenced Ibn Majah
Because of his frequent travels, he was able to meet a large number of sheikhs and imams everywhere he went. The most famous of these were Sheikh Ali bin Mohammed Al Mutafi Al-Hafiz, Sheikh Ibrahim Bin Al Munther Al Hizami, one of Imam Bukhari’s students, Sheikh Jabara Bin Al-Mughalis, Shaikh Abdullah bin Mu’awiyah, Sheikh Muhammad Bin Rumah, and many others who did not forget to mention them in his books and writings. His journeys lasted for more than 15 years until he finally settled to compile this science, .
The most famous students of Ibn Majah
Ibn Majah did not only collect and compose, but he tried to teach many in order to spread what he was able to collect from science, and may be taught by a number of the most famous imams, including Sheikh Ali bin Saeed bin Abdullah al-Ghadani, Shaykh Abu al-Tayeb Ahmad bin Ruh al-Masharani, Sheikh Ishaq ibn Muhammad al-Qazwaini, Sheikh Abu Maru Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Hakim al-Madani al-Asbahani, and other famous imams and narrators.
The most famous works of Ibn Majah
Ibn Majah was able to write many of the works and works that were famous, and we still rely on them, and have been among the books of interpretation of the Koran, including the book of the beginning and the end and the book of interpretation is full.
As well as some books, including the book of a complete history, and the book of Sunan Ibn Majah, and the book of ammunition inheritance in reference to the place of the hadiths.