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Malik's collection was transmitted in different versions by his students, notably Yahya b. Yahya al-Laythi (d. 232/848) and Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Shaybani (d. 189/804). Yahya's version contains 1720 hadiths. Of these, 898 are sayings of Companions (613) and Successors (285), while 822 are sayings of the Prophet, including 600 which go back to him without interruption (musnad), 222 without a Companion narrator (mawquf), and 61 which are without isnads. Some of the mawquf traditions are found in later collections with full isnads. Shaybani's version of the Muwatta contains 429 hadiths from the Prophet and 750 from others, including Companions (628), Successors (112), and later figures (10). -BS
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Collection of 594 hadiths which praise Jerusalem, mosques, Syria, and Hebron.
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