Al Wajiz Fi Al Fiqh Al Islami : Arabic Only
By Dr. Wahbah Al Zuhayli
Hardback 1722 Pages
3 Volumes Set
Publisher : Dar Al-fikr, Damascus, Syria.
About The Book
Provides comprehensive Fiqh coverage including the views of all major schools of Thought (madhhab).
About The Author
Dr. Professor Shaykh Wahbah Al-Zuhayli (1932) born in Syria and Qualified from Azhar and various other Universities in Egypt and Syria is a prominent Sunni professor and Islamic scholar specializing in Islamic law and legal philosophy.
Dr Zuhayli has defended traditional orthodox Sunni Islam - regarding the Ashari and Maturidi schools of belief to be orthodox and defending the option of lay Muslims to follow a madhhab or school of Islamic jurisprudence in their everyday lives. His works on Islamic legal theory establish that traditional Sunni Islamic orthodoxy is defined by that which complies to one of the four valid Sunni madhhab, however he has also stated that following one of the four madhhab is not obligatory.
He is the author of many of books on Islamic and secular law, many of which have been translated to English. He is chairman of Islamic jurisprudence in the College of Sharia at Damascus University. He is also a signatory to the Amman Message and A Common Word document.
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The Prophet (SAW) said 'The Religion of Islam is Easy. No one ever Made it difficult without it becoming too much for him. So avoid extremes and strike a balance, do best you can (in carrying out your religious observances) and be cheerful; and seek Allah's Help (through Prayer) in the Morning, Evening and Part of the night
(Bukhari)[From The Prophet's Garden Compiled by D'Oyen and Chachi ]