|Once you have compiled such a work then we would be able to unite the Muslims in following the single fiqh worked by you||[ ] Authenticity [ ] Part of on• 222 hadiths Distinguishing characteristics [ ] Amin Ahsan Islahi has listed several distinguishing characteristics of the Muwatta:• It's said that on the version transmitted by alone there are around a hundred commentaries|
|Shah Waliullah attached great importance to the Muwatta and penned another commentary in Urdu too||The explanation of , who although a follower of the school, wrote a small commentary to the Al-Muwatta|
He began the work in 1927 in Medina while only 29 years old.
|Al Tamhid by is organized according to the which Malik narrates from, and includes extensive biographical information about each narrator in the chain||However, through close examination it is apparent that the author made revisions to both after their completion due to the cross referencing found in both|
|It is said regarding this commentary that a follower of Imam Malik said after reading this book that if the author did not mention in the introduction that he is a I would not have known||Review of Middle East Studies|
Compile your understanding of every issue in different chapters for a systematic book free from the harshness of , concessions and accommodations of and unique views of.4
|al-Risalah al-Mustatrafah in Arabic seventh ed|
|Shaykh Ahmad ibn 'Abd al-'Aziz Al Mubarak, "Introduction" in Malik ibn Anas, Al-Muwatta of Imam Malik Ibn Anas: The First Formulation of Islamic Law, Routledge 2016 , p||al-Istidhkar, also by Ibn Abd al-Barr is more of a legal on the hadith contained in the book than a critical hadith study, as was the case with the former|
It is considered to be based on three other commentaries of the Muwatta; the Tamhid and the Istidhkar of Yusuf ibn Abd al Barr, as well as the Al-Muntaqa of Abu al-Walid al-Baji.