(Al-Minhaj Fe Sharh Sahih Muslim Fe Al-Hajjaj (eighth edition)) is a manuscript classified under the Science of the Hadith. It was written by Al-Nawawi, Yahya bin Sharaf bin Mory, who died in 676 Hijiri. It was copied in Naskh script in the third century AH. The number of papers was 223, the number of lines was 25, and the size 22.5 x 16 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (The book of Prayer: “The scholars disagree on the origin of prayer as blood, because it is confused with it, and this is the opinion of the majority of Arabs scholars and others) and the end of the manuscript: (…As for his denial, peace be upon him, of Ibn Amr Ibn Al-Aas, the worries of eternity, it is because he, peace and blessings be upon him, is hosting him ... His saying on the authority of Abu Murwah is by adding the "damma" to the alphabet "م" and adding "Kasra" to the alphabet "و" and by the neglected "ح"; and his name is Saad. And God Almighty knows best). And this is a copy representing the third part of the explanation, at the beginning of which was the ownership of Muhammad bin Ali bin Muhammad Al-Baiz, bought by Ibrahim bin Saleh bin Issa by proxy in 1333 Hijiri, then the ownership gone to Muhammad bin Abdul Latif in 1334 Hijiri. It was written in black ink, and red for what is intended to be distinguished.