Mentioning the individuals from amongst Ahlul-Hadithe

Here is the first level and head crown in the ranks of the fuqahaa’ of the Ahlul-Hadeeth. They are the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah (SWT) From amongst the most famous of themare:

[1] The Four Caliphs:

Aboo Bakr as-Siddeeq (Rad.A)
‘Umar Ibnul-Khattaab (Rad.A)
‘Uthman Ibn ‘Affaan (Rad.A)
‘Alee Ibn Abee Taalib (Rad.A)

[2] The ‘Abaadilah:

Ibn ‘Umar (Rad.A)
Ibn ‘Abbaas (Rad.A)
Ibnuz-Zubayr (Rad.A)
Ibn ‘Amr (Rad.A)
Ibn Mas’ood (Rad.A)

[3] The Other Companions:

‘Aa’isha (Rad.A)
Umm Salamah (Rad.A)
Zaynab (Rad.A)
Anas Ibn Maalik (Rad.A)
Zayd Ibn Thaabit (Rad.A)
Aboo Hurayrah (Rad.A)
Jaabir Ibn ‘Abdllaah (Rad.A)
Aboo Sa’eed al-Khudree (Rad.A)
Mu’aadh Ibn Jabal (Rad.A)

[4] A list of Taabi’een after the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah, and their Head Were:

Sa’eed Ibnul-Musayyib (d.90H)(Rah.A)
‘Urwah Ibnuz-Zubayr (d.94H)(Rah.A)
‘Alee Ibnul-Husayn Zaynul-‘Aabideen (d.93H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibnul-Hanafiyyah (d.80H)(Rah.A)
‘Ubaydullaah Ibn ‘Abdullaah ‘Utbah Ibn Mas’ood (d.94H-or sometime thereafter)(Rah.A)
Saalim Ibn ‘Abdullaah Ibn ‘Umar (d.106H)(Rah.A)
Al-Hasan al-Basree (d.110H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibn Seereen (d.110H)(Rah.A)
‘Umar Ibn ‘Abdul-‘Azeez (d.101H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibn Shihaab az-Zuhree(d.125H)(Rah.A)

[5] The Atbaa’ut-Taabi’een, and at the Head of Them:

Maalik Ibn Anas (d.179H)(Rah.A)
Al-Awzaa’ee (d.157H)(Rah.A)
Sufyaan Ibn Sa’eed ath-THawree (d.161H)(Rah.A)
Sufyaan Ibn ‘Uyaynah (d.198H)(Rah.A)
Ismaa’eel Ibn ‘Ulyah (d.193H)(Rah.A)
Al-Layth Ibn Sa’d (d.175H)(Rah.A)
Abee Haneefah an-Nu’maan (d.150H)(Rah.A)

[6] The Followers of These Ones, and at the Head of Them:

‘Abdullaah Ibnul-Mubaarak (d.171H) (Rah.A)
Wakee’ Ibnul-Jarraah (d.197H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibn Idrees ash-Shaafi’ee (d.204H)(Rah.A)
‘Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Mahdee (d.198H)(Rah.A)
Yahyaa Ibn Sa’eed al-Qattan (d.198H)(Rah.A)
‘Affaan Ibn Muslim (d.219H)(Rah.A)

[7] The Students of These Ones who traversed Their Manhaj, and at the Head of Them:

Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (d.241)(Rah.A)
Yahyaa Ibn Ma’een (d.233H)(Rah.A)
‘Alee Ibnul-Madeenee (d.234H)(Rah.A)

[8] Their Students, and at the Head of Them:

Al-Bukhaaree (d.256H)(Rah.A)
Muslim (d.271H)(Rah.A)
Abee Haatim (d.277H)(Rah.A)
Abee Zur’ah (d.264H)(Rah.A)
Abee Daawood (d.275H)(Rah.A)
At-Tirmidhee (d.279H)(Rah.A)
An-Nisaa’ee (d.303H)(Rah.A)

[9] Those That Traversed Their Path in the Generations after Them, and at the Head of Them:

Ibn Jareer (d.310H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Khuzaymah (d.311H)(Rah.A)
Ad-Daaraqutnee (d.375H)(Rah.A)
At-Tahaawee (d.321H)(Rah.A)
Al-Aajurree (d.360H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Battah (d.387H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Abee Zamneen (d.399H)(Rah.A)
Al-Haakim an-Naysaabooree (d.405H)(Rah.A)
Al-Laalikaa’ee (d.316H)(Rah.A)
Al-Bayhaqee (d.458H)(Rah.A)
Ibn ‘Abdul-Barr (d.463H)(Rah.A)
Al-Khateeb al-Baghdaadee (d.463H)(Rah.A)
Al-Baghawee (d.516H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Qudaamah (620H)(Rah.A)

[10] Those That Followed Them and Emulated Their Traditions:

Ibn Abee Shaamah (d.665H) Rah.A)
Mahdud-Deen Ibn Taymiyyah (d.652H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Daqeeq al-Eed (d.702H) (Rah.A)
Ibnus-Salaah (d.643H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Taymiyyah (d.728H)(Rah.A)
Al-Mizzee (d.742H)(Rah.A)
Ibn ‘Abdul-Haadee (d.744H)(Rah.A)
Adh-Dhahabee (d.748H)(Rah.A)
Ibnul-Qayyim (d.751H) Rah.A)
Ibn Katheer (d.774H)(Rah.A)
Ash-Shaatibee (d.790H)(Rah.A)
Ibn Rajab (d.795H)(Rah.A)

[11] Those That Followed Them and Emulated Their Traditions in Holding onto the Book and the Sunnah until This Day of Ours:

as-San’aanee (d1182H) (Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab (d.1206H) (Rah.A)
Ash-Shawkaanee (d.1250H) (Rah.A)
‘Abdur-Rahmaan Ibn Hasan aalush-Shaykh (d.1275H) (Rah.A)
al-Luknawee (d.1304H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Siddeeq Khaan (d.1307H)(Rah.A)
Shamsul-Haqq al-‘Aadheemaabaadee (d.1349H)(Rah.A)
Al-Mubaarakfooree (d.1353H)(Rah.A)
‘Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sa’dee (d.1376H)(Rah.A)
Ahmad Shaakir (d.1377H)(Rah.A)
Al-Mu’allimee al-Yamaanee (d.1386) (Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibn Ibraaheem aalush-Shaykh (d.1389H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad al-Ameen ash-Shanqeetee (d.1393H)(Rah.A)
Badee’ud-Deen as-Sindee (d.1416H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Naasirud-Deen alAlbaanee (d.1420H)(Rah.A)
‘Abdul-‘Azeez Ibn Baaz (d.1420H)(Rah.A)
Hammaad al-Ansaaree (d.1418H)(Rah.A)
Hamood at-Tuwayjiree (d.1413H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad al-Jaamee (d.1416H)(Rah.A)
Muhammad Ibn Saalih-al’Uthaymeen (d.1421H)
Saalih Ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan-(Hafid.A)
‘Abdul-Muhsin al-‘Abbaad (Hafid.A)
Rabee’ Ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee (Hafid.A)
Muqbil al-Waadi’ee (d.1421H)(Rah.A)

And there is a large group of students of knowledge amongst our Scholars, brothers, companions and intellectuals-may Allaah make their end and ours good- upon the path of Ahlul-Hadeeth. So this is their distinguishing mark and cover- may Allaah forgive them all and grant us and them steadfastness upon the truth. And may Allaah make our end good upon His benevolence and nobility.

Shaykh Fawzee Ibn ‘Abdullaah Al-Atharee, ” Clarification That The ahlul-hadeeth Are The Saved Sec and Victorious Group”, (p.178-182). Copyright T.R.O.I.D. Publications Canada.

Ahmad an Najmee – hafidhahullaah
Ubaid al Jaabiree – hafidhahullaah
Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhaab al Wassaabee – hafidhahullaah

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