Al modo'at is a manuscript in the science of hadith. It was written by Ali Al-Qari, Ali bin Muhammad Al-Harawi, Al-Mulla who died in the year 1014 AH and was copied by Qara Zadeh Muhammad in the Naskh script in the year 1158 AH. The number of papers reached 80, the number of lines was 23, and the size: 21.5 x 16 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (Praise be to Allah, who revealed the ancient great Qur’an, and explained it with proven hadiths said by the Noble Prophet, by transmitting the Companions, followers and their followers such as the imams of the religion who strived in the right path. The end of the manuscript: (In the name of Allah and best of names, greetings to Allah, the hadith, mentioned by Al-Jarzi in the volume with the obligation that all information therein shall be true. And Allah Almighty knows what is right, and may Allah's prayers and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and companions.). The Manuscript was written in black ink, and red was used for distinguished information, followed in two papers by a letter to Abu Al-Saud on showing off and underestimating the religion, and making Dhikr and du'aa` out loud.