Jami Sahih

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Jami Sahih is, along with Tartib al-Musnad, the most important hadith collection for Ibadis. It was compiled by al-Rabi bin Habib al-Farahidi and later on organized and arranged by Yusuf Ibrahim Warjlani.[1] The most frequent transmitter is Jābir ibn Zayd.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Philip Sandgrove, "From Wadi Mizab to Unguja." Taken from The Transmission of Learning in Islamic Africa, pg. 192. Volume 2 of Islam in Africa. Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2004. ISBN 9789004137790
  2. ^ The Cambridge Companion to Muhammad - Page 92, Jonathan E. Brockopp - 2010