Tanqih Altahqiq (second edition) (Part 2) is a manuscript classified within Hadith Sciences It was written by Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Abd al-Hadi al-Maqdisi, who died in 744AH. It was copied by Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn Abd al-Aziz al-Saqabi on Friday, 15 Safar 1341AH, in Naskh font. The number of papers was 207 sheets, the number of lines was 20, and the size was 31 × 20cm. Beginning of the manuscript: (The issues of congregational prayer and the imam, the issue of the congregation is obligatory for the notables. Dawood added and made it a condition, and most of them said that three hadiths are not obligatory for us, the first hadith said by Imam Abu Muawiyah..) End of the manuscript: (... The issue of being favoured two sheeps for the boy, and one sheep for the girl. Malik said one sheep for everyone. A hadith or repeat narrated by the authors of Sunan and Al-Tirmidhi. In it there is a lot of disagreement on Atta and others, and God knows best, the last book of Hajj, praise be to God.) A copy representing the second part of the book written on modern paper lined up with the last of it an index to the issues of the book, on the endowment of Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Latif, black ink was used in writing, and the heads of issues and hadiths in red.