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Matn ar-Risala : Arabic-English
Matn ar-Risala : Arabic-English
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  • Authored by: Ibn Zayd al-Qayrawani

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Details:  Matn ar-Risala: Arabic-English (bi-lingual),
[A4] Hardback- 279 pages,
by Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani,
Translated by F.Amira Zrein Matraji,
Published by Dar al-Fikr, Beirut.





Description :



Contains Forty Five short Chapters covering:

---aqidah (belief),
---salaah
(prayer),
---sawm (fasting),
---zakat
(charity),
---the Hajj (pilgrimage),
---Umra (the lesser pilgrimage),
---Jihad,
---Marriage,
---Divorce,
---Business transactions,
---Wills,
---other transactions,
---Ahkam Hudud,
---Fitra,
---Food & Drink,
---Salutations,
---cure,
---and many other subjects.





The English in this translation is not excellent however it has the full arabic text (with vowels). It therefore recommended for teachers and students with more of an understanding of the arabic language as well as students studying under a qualified teacher .





About the Author:


Ibn Abi Zayd al-Kirawani (Qayrawani) is Abu Muhammad Abd Allah b Abi Zayd 'Abd Ar-Rahman, may Allah be pleased with him. He was from the tribe of Naffzawa and lived and studied in Qayrawan. He was the Imam of the Malikis in his time and their model. He had a comprehensive grasp of the school of Imam Malik and explained his statements. He had extensive knowledge and a prodigious memory and transmission. His books are ample testimony of that. His writing was fluent, clarifying and defining what he said. He defended the school of Imam Malik and established evidence in its support. Abu Muhammad ibn Abi Zayd died in 386 Hijri.


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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 05 July, 2013.