The Six Books of Hadith or the Six Books, or the Six Mothers 'Books, is a term given to six hadith books by the scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah wal Jamaah. It was five, so the book of Muhammad ibn Majah was attached to it, and it became known as the Six Books.
• Sahih Al-Bukhari book:
Al-Jami al-Musnad al-Saheeh al-Musnad al-Saheeh is the most prominent book of the Prophet's hadith among Muslims from the Sunnis and the community. One of the six books considered one of the most important sources of hadith; it is also considered the most correct book after the Holy Quran.
• Sahih Muslim book:
Sahih Muslim It is one of the most important books of the Prophet's hadith among Muslims among the Sunnis and the Jamaa, and they consider it the third most correct book of all after the Holy Qur'an, then Sahih al-Bukhari. The Sahih Muslim book is considered one of the books of mosques, and it is what contains all the chapters of the hadith of beliefs, rulings, etiquette, interpretation, history, virtues, and others.
• Sunan Al-Nisa'I book:
The Minor Sunan, known as Sunan al-Nasa'i, is one of the six books of hadith compiled by Imam Ahmad bin Shuaib al-Nasa'i, who died in the year 303 AH in the city of Ramla in Palestine. Some scholars consider it the third of the six books in terms of authenticity.
• Sunan Abi Dawood book:
Sunan Abi Dawood, known as Sunan, is one of the six books of hadith and the four Sunnahs, which occupies an advanced position among the Sunnis, AS she is considered one of the mothers of their talking sources. Where it comes in the status after the two correct
• Jami al-Tirmidhi book:
Jami al-Tirmidhi, known as Sunan al-Tirmidhi, is one of the six books of hadith compiled by Imam al-Tirmidhi. Sunni clerics consider it the fifth of the six books of hadith. The correct name for Jami 'al-Tirmidhi is: "Al-Jami al-Muqtasar from the Sunan of the Messenger of God may God's prayers and peace is upon him, and to know the right and the correct and what to do.
• Sunan Ibn Majah book:
Sunan Ibn Majah is one of the books of the hadiths of the Prophet, and it is the sixth of the six books that are the origins of the noble Prophet's Sunnah by its author Ibn Majah Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Yazid al-Qazwini. Books and chapters, and scholars disagreed about its status as Sunnah books. And the Sunnahs of Ibn Majah, including: the correct, the good, the weak, and even the wrong and the subject of a few.