Al-Sunan is a manuscript classified under the sciences of hadith. Written by Ibn Majah, Muhammad bin Yazid al-Rubai, who died in the year 273 Hijiri. This manuscript was copied in Al-Naskh font script on Wednesday 23 Safar 1127 Hijiri. The number of papers reached 309, the number of lines was 25, and the size of 30 x 20 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (Imam al-Hafiz said... Chapter on Following the Sunnahs of the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Abu Bakr bin Shaybah told us, he said, “I am a partner on the authority of al-A’mash on the authority of Abu Salih on the authority of Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him.” That our Messenger of Allah, may Allah blesses him and grants him peace, said, “Whatever I have commanded you, do it…) And the end of the manuscript: (... Chapter on the description of Paradise ... Abu Bakr bin Shaybah told us ... The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "Everyone among you have two homes, a home in Heaven and a home in Hell. When he dies and enters Hell, the people of Heaven inherit his home." That is according to what Allah said “Those are the inheritors.”) And this is a good, corresponding and corrected copy, its papers are tabulated, except for the first paper, which is different, and has been added to complete the copy, and on the margins are comments, At the beginning of it is the ownership of Othman bin Abdul Rahman bin Obaid, undated, and the ownership of Othman bin Majmaa bin Mahalla, dated 1237 Hijiri, used in writing the black ink, and with the heads of chapters and conversations in red.