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Ihkamul Ahkam Sharh 'Umdatul Ahkam (Arabic Only)
الأحكام شرح عمدة الأحكام
Author: Taqi Deen Ibn Daqiq Al-'Id
Edited, notes By: Muhammed Munir 'Abduh Agha Al-Azhariy
Published By: Dar Al-Kotob Al Ilmiyyah
Hardback, 840 pages,
'Umdatul Ahkam is a famous text that contains hadith pertaining to juristic rulings (ahkaam) from Bukhari & Muslim written by Imam Abd Al-Ghaniyy Al-Maqdisi. Like Bulugh al Maram, ibn Hajar, the author leaves out the chains of narration and suffices with the name of the Sahabi. The ordering of the chapters falls in line with the Hanbali fiqh as the author himself was hanbali, yet despite that many scholars from other schools of thought paid great attention to this text, such as Ibn Daqeeq al 'Eid and ibn al Mulaqqin.
This book is the explanation of the above mentioned book, which is one of the best sharh ever written on it as it is classical but concise and not too detailed. He explained the problematic narrations, supplemented some Hadiths with others, brought out the wider understanding (Fiqh) of the hadith as well as combined the views of the Fuqaha.
About The Author:
Muhammad ibn 'Ali Taqi Deen, known as Ibn Daqiq al-'Id, the renewal of the seventh Islamic century Ibn Daqiq al-`Id, his teacher was Ibn `Ata' Allah al-Sakandari next to whom he was buried. That day the entire Egyptian army prayed over him.
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