Author: Gehan Abdel-Raouf; Edited by Muftah 'Aduly
Publisher: Dar Al Kotob Al Ilmiyah (2006)
Pages: 254 Binding: Hardcover
Description from the publisher:
Praise be to Allah, the omnipotent for his affluent and concealed bounties conferred in the past and at present. Peace and blessing be upon His Prophet and His Messenger Muhammad, his household, his companions who strive in the Way of Allah to support and propagate his religion, and their followers who inherited their profound knowledge. Verily the scholars are the inheritors of the Prophets, may Allah bless them all; the predecessors and the successors.
This book is deemed as an epitome; inclusive of the Ahadith set on the evidence of the legal judgments in conformity with the Islamic law. I compiled it precisely in order that whosoever memorizes it can be superior to his peers. Furthermore, it can help the beginner as well as the disciple who can not dispense with it in his pursuance of more profound knowledge.
I have mentioned, in the wake of every hadith, the compliers of Ahadith using the hereafter abbreviations: The seven Imams (refers to) : Ahmad (Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, who was born in Baghdad, Al-Bukhari ( Muhammad Ibn Ismael Al-Bukhari, who was born in Samarqand), Muslim (who was born in Naisabour), Abu Dawud (Sulaiman Ibn Al-Ashath As-Sagistani) At-Tirmidhi (Ahmad Ibn Shu’aib), An-Nasa’I (Muhammad Ibn Isa) and Ibn Majjah (Muhammad Ibn Yazid Al-Qazwini). The six Imams refers to : Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa’I, and Ibn Majjah The five Imams refers to: Ahmad, Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa’I, and Ibn Majjah The four Imams refers to : Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa’I, and Ibn Majjah The three Imams refers to : Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi, An-Nasa’I Agreed upon refers to : Al-Bukhari, Muslim
The other names of the compliers of Ahadith are stated apparently.
Subsequently, I nominated the hereinafter title for this book, namely: “Bulugh Al-Maram min Adillat Al-Ahkam ( the Attainment of the Objective in conformity with Evidence of the Legal Judgments).
I ask Allah, from the recess of my heart, not to make what we have learnt as a catastrophe befalling us. May Allah, the exalted and Glorified be he, guide us to proceed what entails His Pleasure.
Ibn Hajar Al-‘Asqalani