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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 Sahihs, was compiled by Imam Abu Dawud Sulayman bin Al-Ash'ath bin Ishaq bin Bashir bin Shaddad bin Amr Al-Azdi Al-Sijsatani in which Abu Dawud collected a number of hadiths, and his hadiths reached 5274 newly. And he selected it from five hundred thousand hadiths. Abu Dawud was interested in the hadiths of the rulings that the jurists inferred, and the scholars of the regions built on them the jurisprudential rulings, as he said in his message to the people of Makkah: “These hadiths of Sunnah are all in rulings. He divided his book into 36 books, and divided each book into chapters of 1871 chapters, and he translated each hadith according to what scholars have deduced. The book contains the hadiths submitted to the Prophet Muhammad, as well as the hadiths waqf on the Companions, and the traces attributed to the scholars of the followers.