)Jami al-Ulum Wa al-Hakam), a manuscript classified under the sciences of hadith. It was written by Ibn Rajab, Abd al-Rahman ibn Ahmad ibn Rajab, who died in 795 Hijiri. It was transcribed by Hamad ibn Abd al-Aziz ibn Muhammad ibn Abd al-Aziz in Al-Naskh font script on Tuesday, the middle of Sha`ban 1271 AH. The number of papers reached 208, the number of lines 24-28, and the size of 21.5 x 15.5 cm. The manuscript begins with: (Praise be to God who fullfiled the religion for us, completed the blessing upon us, and made our nation, praise be to him, the best nation. As for what follows. The jurist Al-Nawawim who named his book the Forty.. and I have received a repeated question from a group of students of science and religion to comment an explanation of these hadiths.). And it ends with: (And in the Musnad of Abu Masoud that the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, taught the beginnings of goodness and its collections, and the collections of goodness and its conclusions, and we did not know what to say in our prayers until he taught us to say prayers on Muhammad and his family and companions, blessings and peace be upon him forever until the Day of Judgment.). It is opposite in its original form, it has light traces of the earth that have been treated by sticking paper tapes on it. Black ink was used in writing, and what is intended to be distinguished was written in red ink, and its covering is modern.