Sharh Hikam al Imam ibn Ata Allah al Sikandari
Sharh By Allamah Al Shaykh Abdul Majeed al Sharnubi
Taleeq By Dr. Abdul Fattah al Bazm
Hardback 250 Pages
Publisher : Dar ibn Kathir
About The book
This book is a Sharh of Hikam (maxims or aphorisms) of Tajuddin bin Mohammed bin Abdul kareem bin Ataullah al Sikandari, who was a Maliki Jurist, Muhaddith and the third Murshid (spiritual master or guide) of Shadhili sufi orders and one of those who confronted controversial theologian Ibn Tamiyyah, who was jailed several times
for his views on religious issue and for his excesses in attacking of Sufis.
About Imam ibn Ata Allah al Sikandari
Taj ad-Din Abu’l-Fadl Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Abd al-Karim b. Ata’ Allah al-Iskandari, al-Judhami ash-Shadhili, known simply as Ibn ‘Ata’ Allah : was born in the middle of the 7th century AH/13th century CE in Alexandria, Egypt in 658 AH during the Mamluk era.
He was a distinguished Jurist according to Hanbali school of thought. One of the great sufi imams, also known as a muhaddith, preacher, and Maliki jurist. He was Abu the student of al-`Abbas al-Mursi (d. 686) and the second successor of Imam Abu al-Hasan al-Shadhili, and he was the first to spread the Shadhili teachings in writing.
Shaikh Ahmad Zarruq said appreciating him,
"He had vast & various knowledge as Hadith, Fiqh, Nahw & Usool, was speaker on "Tariq Ahl Al-Tasawwuf" and a predicant who thousand of people gained benefits in faith from, and followed his way (Tariqah)."
His pupils speared in the different parts of the world preaching Islam and da'wah, prominent & famous of them are:
2) Taqiuddin Al-Subuki (Shaikh Al-Shafi'iyyah)
He has several writings and literatures, some of them lost, & some are safe as yet, that are:
He passed away in Cairo in 709 AH.
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