Kanz al-Ummal

Kanz al-Ummal Fee Sunan al-Aqwal wa al-Af'al (Arabic: كنز العمال في سنن الأقوال والأفعال, kanz al-ʿummāl fī sunan al-aqwāl wa l-afʿāl), known in English as Treasures of the Doers of Good Deeds, is a Sunni hadith collection, collected by the Islamic scholar Ali ibn Abd-al-Malik al-Hindi (1472 CE - 1567 CE).

Kanz al-Ummal
AuthorAli ibn Abd-al-Malik al-Hindi
Original titleكنز العمال في سنن الأقوال والأفعال
GenreHadith collection

DescriptionEdit

Kanz al-Ummal is an arrangement of Jalaluddin al-Suyuti's work, Jami' al-Kabir.[1] It contains around 46,000 hadith,[2] which are an assortment of varying reliability.[1] Hadith found in it are quoted without a full chain and there are also fabricated hadith in the work.[2][3]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Meah, Jameah (27 July 2017). "Are Hadiths in Kanz al Ummal Authentic?". SeekersGuidance. Retrieved 20 November 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Kanz ul Amal - AUSTRALIAN ISLAMIC LIBRARY". Australian Islamic Library. Retrieved 20 November 2019.
  3. ^ Abasoomar, Muhammad; Abasoomar, Haroon (19 March 2015). "A lengthy discussion between Rasulullah (sallallahu'alayhi wasallam) and a Bedouin". Hadith Answers. Retrieved 11 June 2020.