Muhaddi̇ths of Palestinian (In the first three centuries of hijra)

Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Bursa Uludağ University, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Turkey

Approval Date: 2019

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: Mücahit Zagga



In general, if a Râvî is to be attributed to a city, he must have been born in the city where the muhaddis is to be proportioned, or he must have come to that city as a guest during the narration request. If these two conditions exist in a Râvî, it was deemed sufficient by muhaddis scholars to compare it to that city. The holiness of Jerusalem and Palestine is unquestionable for Muslims. The Islamic State established in Medina had begun to expand its borders and had started to invade into Palestine. The first Palestinian campaign Caliph Hz. Abu Bakr (ra) began in time and one of the important war commanders of the period Hz. Khalid b. Velid had significant successes against the Byzantine Empire. Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories joined the Islamic State of Madinah during this period. The conquest of Jerusalem Caliph Hz. During the time of Umar (ra), Hijri took place in 15 years and Palestine became fully acquainted with Islam. In the first century Hijri has come to many Sahaba Palestinian cities and resided, the most important of them Hz. 'Ubâde b. es is SAMIT. After the Companions, the period of Tabâ''un started and hadiths were transferred in many natural Philistines. It is possible to see that almost all of the Tabi who were originally Palestinians or who came to Palestinian cities from abroad were a reliable muhaddis. Then the Etbâuttâbîn period began. During this period, the Râvi, who were born Palestinians, were largely criticized by the Makkahites, and almost all of them considered them to be liars and very weak