FATH ALBARI BISHARH SAHIH ALBUKHARII (Fourth Edition) (P.7) is a manuscript classified within the Sciences of Hadith. It was written by Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, Ahmed bin Ali bin Muhammad, who died in 852 AH. it was copied in Naskh script in the twelfth century AH. The number of papers is 286 paper, the number of lines is 29 line, and the size is 25 x 17 cm. Beginning of the manuscript: The chapter of the illness of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace... The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, became so ill, he increased in jihad on Thursday, and here it is indicated that the beginning of his illness was before that... End of the manuscript: (... Conclusion, the chapter of interpretation included five hundred hadiths and forty-eight hadiths attributed directly to the Prophet by his companion ... It also included Five hundred and eighty sayings attributed to the Prophets companions ... I have clarified each of them in its proper place, praise be to Allah. Only the seventh part is available from this version. There are traces of termites on it. Only one half of the first paper is available and the other half is cut. On the sidelines, there are corrections and some commentaries. Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished was written in red.