Sunan Abi Dawud (Arabic: سنن أبي داود) is one of the Kutub al-Sittah (six major hadiths), collected by Abu Dawood. Complete Sunan Abu Dawood Hadith Book in pure Arabic language on your Android smartphones. With built in text customization features. User can send or share any Hadith or part of any Hadith in Arabic to his / her friends through many social sites like Facebook and twitter.
This Islamic Hadith Book is for Muslims in Arabic Language with simple but stylish layout. Useful Features are built to provide the maximum ease of use of this App.
Key Features of This App Are:
> Complete Sunan Abu Dawood hadith book in original form
> Stylish but user friendly interface is designed
> User can select any Hadith to open by few touches
> Text size and color customization features are built
> Can save the favorite Hadiths list by bookmark feature
> Can send or share any part of text of any Hadith to your friends
> Can flip the pages by touch
> Can clear the saved bookmarks or delete any one
> Can display next or previous pages with buttons on the screen
> Go To (Jump To, Start From) feature is added to navigate easily on any page of the opened Hadith
Imam Abu Dawud He compiled twenty-one books related to Hadith and preferred those ahadith which were supported by the example of the companions of Muhammad. As for the contradictory ahadith, he states under the heading of 'Meat acquired by hunting for a pilgrim': "if there are two contradictory reports from the Prophet (SAW), an investigation should be made to establish what his companions have adopted". He wrote in his letter to the people of Makkah: "I have disclosed wherever there was too much weakness in regard to any tradition in my collection. But if I happen to leave a Hadith without any comment, it should be considered as sound, albeit some of them are more authentic than others". Hadith Mursal (a tradition in which a companion is omitted and a successor narrates directly from Muhammad) has also been a matter of discussion among the traditionists. Imam Abu Dawud states in his letter to the people of Makkah: "if a Musnad Hadith (uninterrupted tradition) is not contrary to a Mursal or a Musnad Hadith is not found, then the Mursal Hadith will be accepted though it would not be considered as strong as a Muttasil Hadith (uninterrupted chain)".
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