Imam at-Tirmizi

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Imam at-Tirmizi, born in 209 AH (824) in Termez, was a Persian Islamic scholar and collector of hadith.[1][2] He wrote Jami at-Tirmizi, one of the six major hadith compilations (Kutub al-Sittah) in Sunni Islam.[3] At-Tirmizi began the study of hadith at the age of 20. From the year 235 AH (849/850) he traveled widely in Khurasan, Iraq, and the Hijaz in order to collect hadith.[4][5]

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  1. Juynboll, G.H.A. "al-Tirmidhī". Encyclopaedia of Islam, Second Edition. Brill Online.
  2. Ar-Raqib, Akil; Roche, Edward M. (2009). Virtual Worlds Real Terrorism. p. 263. ISBN 9780578032221.
  3. Brown, Jonathan (5 June 2007). "The Canonization of Al-Bukh?r? and Muslim: The Formation and Function of the Sunn? ?ad?th Canon". BRILL – via Google Books.
  4. At-Tirmidhi began the study of hadith at the age of 20. From the year 235 AH (849/850) he traveled widely in Khurasan, Iraq, and the Hijaz in order to collect hadith.
  5. Robson, James (June 1954). "The Transmission of Tirmidhī's Jāmi'". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Cambridge University Press on behalf of School of Oriental and African Studies. 16 (2): 258–270. doi:10.1017/S0041977X0010597X. JSTOR 609168.