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al-A'lam bi Qawati' al-Islam: Arabic Ibn Hajar al-Haytami
[B#4322 6H5, PB 127pp, Dar Kotob, b#4322, That which invalidates Islam, Riddah, Imam Ibn Hajar al-Hay]

al-A\'lam bi Qawati\' al-Islam: Arabic Ibn Hajar al-Haytami

    الأعـلام بقـواطـع الاسـلام

al-A'lam bi Qawati' al-Islam
Authored By: Imam Abu al-'Abbas Ahmed bin Muhammad bin Ali ibn Hajar al-Makki al-Haytami (d. 974)
Paperback 127 PAGES

Published by Dar al-Kotob al-Ilmiyah (Beirut, Lebanon)

About the Book:
Collection of various aspects that invalide one being a Muslim. This work is very extensively used amongst the scholars of the Shafi'i Madhab as well as anyone dealing in this science. It contains various hypothetical scenarios that might have been far fetched back in the days of the author but quit relative today.


OLD PRINT (1987)
CLEARLY READABLE


About the Author:
Shihab al-Dīn Abū al-'Abbās Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn 'Alī ibn Hajar al-Haytamī al-Makkī is born in 909 H in Abū Haytam, western Egypt. Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Hajar al-Haytami was a student of Zakariyya al-Ansari. He represents the foremost resource for legal opinion (fatwa) in the entire late Shafi`i school. He died in 974 AH (CE 1566). He was the Shāfi'ī Imām of his time, a brilliant scholar of in-depth applications of Sacred Law, and with al-Imām Aḥmad al-Ramlī, represents the foremost resource for fatwa (legal apinion) for the entire late Shāfi'ī School. He was educated at al-Azhar, but later moved to Makkah, where he authored major works in Shāfi'ī jurisprudence, hadīth, tenets of faith, education, hadīth commentary, and formal legal opinion. His most famous works include Tuhfah al-mu'tāj bi sharh al-Minhāj, a commentary on al-Imām al-Nawawī’s Minhāj al-'ālibīn whose ten volumes represent a high point in Shāfiʿī scholarship; the four volume al-Fatāwā al-kubrā al-fiqhiyyah; and al-Zawājir ʿan iqtirāf al-kabā'ir, which with its detailed presentation of Qur'ān and Hadīth evidence and masterful legal inferences, remains unique among Muslim works dealing with taqwa (god fieriness) and is even recognized by Hanafi scholars like al-Imām Ibn 'Ābidīn as a source of authoritative legal texts valid in their own school. After a lifetime of outstanding scholarship, the Imām died and was buried in Makkah in 974 H.

 

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