Fiqh al Maliki Fi Thawbihi al Jadid: Dr. Shaqfat, 6 vol, Arabic
[B#3103 6E4 8F@2 HB ~2800pp Dar Al Qalam, Siyagha Jadida wa Muyasaratun lil Ahkami Ash-Shariyat]

Al Fiqh al Maliki Fi Thawbihi al Jadid 6Vol : Arabic Only
By Dr Muhammad Bashir Shaqfat
Hardback ~2800 pages (Average of 400 pages per Volume)
Publisher : Dar al Qalam

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About The Book

This is extensive explanation and important book in the Maliki madhab. It has been researched and written down and also published bit by bit over the last decade and half by Dr.  Muhammad Bashir Shaqfat. 

This book explains problematic words in the Arabic language as well mentioning Ahadith and verses that make the Maliki position stronger.

A very highly recommended work for students and teachers.

Weight: 6400

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