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It was transmitted by his student Rabi al-Muradi.
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It was written on the request of Abd al-Rahman b. These are two different works. The two Iraqis referred to in the title are Abu Hanifah and Muhammad b. This book is part of Kitab al-Ummbeing about half a volume in size. Ikhtilaf Ali wa Abd Allah b. The Writings of His Students: It is one of the works that defines the qawl jadid. It bridged the gap between extensive information-filled reference work and meaning-packed summarization. The Ashab al-Wujuh until Shaykhayn.
Ibn al-Haddad both a teacher and judge in Egypt, known to finish reading an entire Quran daily and maintained the fast of Dawud. He kept the company of Imam Nasai, being a hadith expert in his own right. Imam Dhahabi has included a biography for him in his Tadhkirat al-Huffaz.
He passed away in Cairo. It was about one volume in size. He was one of the Iraqi Ashab, the leadership of the Madhhab rested with him during his era. He passed in Baghdad. Abu Ali lived in Baghdad and passed away there too. He was a student of Ibn Abi Hurayrah. These are near to each other; Yaqut al-Hamawi mentioned that a five-day journey separated them.
In English Marw is called Merv. Today, it is located near the town Mary in Turkmenistan. If the current city of Mary is in fact Marw al-Rudh or Marw al-Shahijan would need to be investigated further.
Moreover, that Juri cites Ibn Abi Hurayrah and that generation of authorities frequently. His dates of birth and death have not been mentioned. While in some of the tabaqat literature, he is placed between the years and Ahmad al-Qaffal al-Saghir al-Marwazi d. It is an important work in the Madhhab, especially for the Iraqi Ashab and a group of the Khurasanis too. It stretched into fifty volumes discussing legal issues extensively, critically assessing primary source evidence, and mentioning the Madhahib of the ulama.
It was through this work that the Iraqi tariqah spread. He discussed the theory behind rulings in this two-volume work. There are various works with the title Sharh Furu Ibn al-Haddad. It is four volumes in size.
Imam Nawawi mentioned that a similar work from amongst the works of the Ashab al-Wujuh is rare. It is mostly in accordance with Shaykh Abu Hamid, being an excellent summarization it contains many topics, and omits discussions on the evidence.
He gathered in it, with accuracy and insight, the Iraqi and Khurasani tariqahs. He was the first to have attempted such. It is ten volumes in size. Furani in his Ibanah was one of the first to being to give preference to one view over another by stating that it is asahhetc. He based it upon the lessons and teachings of his teacher Qadi Abu al-Tayyib.
He gathered in it a vast amount of topics and uncommon opinions, while he passed away before completing the work. It is a very significant work. It is based upon his one of his previous works, namely, the Basit.
It is an abridgement of another one of his works, namely, the Wasit. It is his smallest work in the subject of fiqh. Ibn Qadi Shuhbah mentioned that many ascribe this work to Abu al-Hasan al-Mahamili while in fact it is a work from his grandson Abu Tahir.
Tatimmat al-Tatimmat is Asad b. It served as a relied-upon work in Asbahan for fatwa. The Writings from the First Evaluation, Shaykhayn: The work is encyclopedic and stretches into many volumes, even so Nawawi passed away before he could complete it. He completely finished up to Kitab al-Buyu [the Book of Trade]. Others have completed more too. He passed away before completing it and only finished up to Kitab al-Musafir [the Book of Travelling].
Kitab ur Risala of Shafi’i کتاب الرسالہ از امام شافعی
Nawawi did not finish this work but completed only up to Kitab Shurut al-Salah [the Book of the Conditions of Prayer]. It is a significant work in that Nawawi intended to include a substantial amount of indispensible information specifically for those who hope to learn much in a short of time. This work does not shy from touching on a vast amount of different topics from the jurisprudence, to analysis of primary sources, to critical examination of hadith evidence, etc. The work mostly excludes discussions on evidence from the primary sources, while it amply expands the jurisprudence with fluid diction and coherent arrangement.
The work is very comprehensive with uncommon legal issues included therein.
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The abridgement is only half the Muharrar in size in order to facilitate its memorization. Points of jurisprudential difference are common in the work though a mere abridgement. In fact, the author frequently highlights these differences mostly through specific nomenclature.
Many abridgements and commentaries are based on it. According to Imam Suyuti the work was completed in the month of Ramadan in He also hsafi an extensive commentary on Shirazi’s Tanbih.
It is two volumes in size although he did not complete it. Isnawi mentioned that it was a very extensive commentary. He elucidated on general points and explained difficult passages. Thus, it functions as a commentary.
This is his exposition into the places in both Rawdah and Sharh Kabir where he found grounds to raise objections against Shaykhayn. It is possible that his student Zarkashi completed it for him. It is twenty volumes in size. Ibn al-Nahwi Ibn al-Mulaqqin d. It is two or three volumes in size. The Writings from the Second Evaluation: The Commentators on Minhaj.
He omitted in the work all the different opinions that Nawawi included and mentioned only what he understood to be foremost. It is one of the primary reference works for fatwa in the madhhab.
It is four volumes. There is also a fatawa of his under the title al-Fatawa al-Hadithiyyahwhich is a single volume.