Al-Fiqh 'Ala Al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah : Arabic Only
By Shaykh Abd al-Rahman al-Jaziri
Hardback 2000 Pages
5 Volume Set
Publisher : al-Maktaba al-Assrya, Beirut, Lebanon
About The Book
The well known Book on Khilaf, a discipline that records and analyses the differences among Muslim Jurists.
Unlike many recent works which tend to ignore the major Madhahibs this work offers Islamic Jurisprudence According to the Four Sunni Schools, according to the interpretations of more recent scholars trained at al-Azhar University.
It is a valuable and detailed reference work for many scholars and Imams as well as the student of Ilm.
Unlike previous works on Islamic law, which offer a medieval perspective, Islamic Jurisprudence According to the Four Sunni Schools is unique in providing the four legal views, according to the interpretations of more recent traditionalists trained at al-Azhar University.
It is a valuable and detailed reference work for those interested in Islam, Islamic law or comparative law and contains a glossary of Islamic terminology.
This is a must for academic libraries as well as for individuals who want to learn more about the performance of religious duties.
About The Author
Abd al-Rahman Ibn Muhammad Awad al-Jaziri was born on the Egyptian island of Shandawil in 1882 (1299 AH) and was educated at al-Azhar from 1896-1909; he later became a teacher at al-Azhar.
In 1912, al-Jaziri was appointed inspector for the Ministry of Religious Endowment's Department of Mosques, after which he was promoted to the Ministry's chief inspector.
He was subsequently appointed as a professor in al-Azhar's College of the Principles of Religion, and before his death in Hulwan in 1941 (1360 AH), al-Jaziri became a member of al-Azhar's Committee of Senior Scholars.
Al-Jaziri's writings include: Al-Fiqh 'Ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah ("Islamic Jurisprudence According to the Four Sunni Schools") in four volumes (Volume I was composed jointly by al-Jaziri and a committee of scholars, while the remaining volumes were composed by al-Jaziri alone); Tawdih al-'Aqa'id ("Clarification of Doctrines") on the science of monotheism; Al-Akhlaq al-Diniyah wal-Hikam al-Shariyah ("Religious Ethics and the Manifestations of Wisdom in the Islamic Law"); Adillat al-Yaqin ("Proofs of Certainty") in response to certain Christian evangelists; and Diwan Khutab ("Collected Sermons").
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