Ahadith fi Al-Fitnah wa Al-Hawadith is a manuscript classified under the sciences of hadith. Written by Ibn Abd al-Wahhab, Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab ibn Suleiman, who died in 1206 Hijiri. It was transcribed by Ahmad bin Hussein bin Thuwamir in the thirteenth century AH in Al-Naskh font script. It had 21 sheets of paper and 21 lines, measuring 21.5 x 15.5 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (He said, may God have mercy on him, on the authority of Abu Hurairah, that the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “Hasten with deeds, trials are like cutting off the dark night. A man becomes a believer in the morning and in the evening a disbeliever.”) the end of it is: (And he has it from the hadith of Jaber bin Abdullah that a group of my nation will still fight for the truth, and it has in the hadith of Muawiyah they fight for the right. This is last thing that was found in his handwriting.) It is part of a collection from s 1a to s 21a, an important copy was transcribed from the author’s handwriting, and was corresponding to it. Black ink was used in writing, and red was used as lines under what is intended to be distinguished, and the copy was in the Mahmudiyah library!