Hisham Ibn ‘Abdul Malik (133-227) Narrated From 70 Women

Hishaam Ibn ‘Abdul Maalik was born in 133H.

Those He Narrates From, And Those Who Narrate From Him:

Those he narrated from include: Imaam Maalik, Imam Layth, amongst others.

Those who narrate from him include: Imaam Bukhaaree, Aboo Daawood, Ishaaq Ibn Raahawaih, Adh-Dhuhlee, Aboo Haatim, amongst others.

What The Scholars Have Said About Him:

Imaam Ahmad said:

“Abdul Waleed (Hishaam Ibn ‘Abdul Maalik) is precise.”

He also said about him:

“Hishaam Ibn ‘Abdul Maalik is the shaykh of Islaam today. Today I do not give precedence to any of the narrators of hadeeth over him.”

Aboo Zur’ah said about him:

“He reached half of Islaam, and he was an Imaam in his time, having great standing with the people.”

He Narrated From Seventy Women!

Ahmad Ibn ‘Abdullaah Al-’Ijlee said:

“Abdul Waleed (Hishaam Ibn ‘Abdul Maalik) was a reliable and sound narrator of hadeeth in Basrah. He narrated from seventy women, and students used to travel to him after (the death of) Aboo Daawood At-Tayaaleesee.”

He died in 227H, may Allaah have mercy upon him.

[Siyaar A’laamun Nubulaa, vol. 10, Pp. 341-347]

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