Qawa'id Ibn Al-Mulaqqin
Aw Al-Ashbah Wal Nadhair Fi Qawaidil Fiqh; 2 Volume
Author: Al-Imam 'Umar Ibn
Ibn Ahmed Ibn Muhammad, Al-Andalusi, Al-Masri, Ash-Shafi'iy
(550 pages average per volume)
Dar Ibn Qayyim & Dar Ibn 'Affan,
About The Book:
are theoretical abstractions, usually in the form of short epithetical
statements, that are expressive, often in a few words, of the goals and
objectives of the Shari‘ah. This is so much so that many ‘ulama (scholars) have
treated them as a branch of the maqasid (goals and objectives) literature. The
legal maxims of fiqh are statements of principles that are derived from the
detailed reading of the rules of fiqh on various themes.
Al-Imam Ibn Al-Mulaqqin has collected all these legal maxims and explained them
in detailed according to the understanding of those who came before him. It is a
good book with an author who has an firm understanding of this science.
Book. Yellow pages, quality print
About The Author:
'Umar Ibn 'Aliy Ibn Ahmed Ibn Muhammad Ibn 'Abdullahi Al-Andalusi, Al-Masri,
Ash-Shafi'iy was born in 723H. He was known for his knowledge and piety. He
studied under varius imams of his time such as Al-Isnawiy and Shaykhal Islam
Taqiy Deen As-Subki. He passed away in 803 after having written over 73 works
which have been in use for the last 600 years.