Sharh Uqud Rasm Mufti : Arabic, New,*[A5+] Hardback - 136 pages,by Imam Muhammad ibn Abidin Shami al-Hanafi [d.1252h],*Talifat by Rafi Uthmani,Published in Pakistan.Description :Sharh Uqud Rasm al-Mufti - Imam Ibn 'Abidin's poem, 'Uqud Rasm al-Mufti, with its commentary, on Hanafi fatwa methodology. Imam ibn Abidin ash-Shami :He is Muhammad Amin ibn Umar Abidin al-Maturidi al-Hanafi, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi. He was born in Damascus, Syria in 1198 Hijri.
His family came from a long line of scholars and was, therefore, well
respected. He studied the Qur'an starting at a very young age and
received his first general degree of authorisation from his first
teacher, Shaykh Muhammad al-Kuzbari al-Kabir, when he was about 12 years
old. He was said to have memorised the Qur'an before he reached
maturity. He was a very determined student. He became the authority of
the fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) of the Hanafi madhhab (school of law) and was given the title of Amin al-fatwa. Ibn Abidin died on 21 Rabi al-thani in the year 1252 AH at the age of 54 years.He composed over 50 works consisting of a major fatawa
(legal statement) collection, many treatises, poems, and several
commentaries on the works of others. His most famous work was the Radd al-Muhtar ala Ad-Durr al-Mukhtar. This is still considered the authoritative text of Hanafi fiqh today. Amongst his works are :---Radd al-Muhtar 'ala al-Dur al-Mukhtar,---Al-'Uqud ad-Durriyyah fi Tanqihi Al-Fatawa al-Hamidiyyah,---Hashiyah 'ala Tafsir al-Qadi al-Baydawi, ---Hashiyah 'ala Ifadatu'l Anwar Sharh al-Manar, ---Hashiyah 'ala Sharh At-Taqrir wa’t Tahbir fi'l Usul of ibn Amir Hajj, ---Fatawa fi'l Fiqh’li Hanafi, also known as Ajwibatun Muhaqqiqah,---Al-Fawayid al-Mukhassasah bi Ahkami Kayy al-Hummasah, ---Rafa at-Taraddud fī Áqdi’l Asabiy índa’t Tashahhud, ---Shifa al-Alil wa Ball al-Ghalil fī Hukmi’l Wasiyyati bi’l Khitmati wa’t Tahalil, ---Tanbih Dhawi’l Afham ala Ahkami’t Tablighi Khalf al-Imam, ---Tanbih al-Ghafil wa’l Wasnan ala Ahkami Hilali Ramadan.More Arabic Books.More Dars e Nizami Books.*Non-ASWJ !