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A Madinan View
A Madinan View
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 A Madinan View-
On the Sunnah, Courtesy, Wisdom, Battles & History,
[A5] Paperback - 206 pages.
by Imam Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani [d.386H].
Translated by Abdassamad Clarke.

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Taken from the Kitab al-Jami’ by Imam al-Qayrawani, this book provides valuable insights into the life and practices of the early Muslim community who followed closely the example of the Prophet Muhammad, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, and his noble companions, Radi Allahu ta'ala anhum.

It reveals the noble qualities of character as exemplified by the men and women of Madinah, who held on to these qualities regardless of their circumstances. Knowledge of the tradition which stems from the “best community brought out to mankind” puts us in a position to recreate such a community.

About the Author: Ibn Abi Zayd al-Kirawani (Qayrawani) is Abu Muhammad Abd Allah b Abi Zayd 'Abd Ar-Rahman [d.386H], 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 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 Malik and established evidence in its support. Abu Muhammad ibn Abi Zayd died in 386 Hijri.

The people of Andalusia who followed him include Abu Bakr ibn Mawhab al-Maqburi, Abu 'Abdullah ibn al-Hadhdha' and Abu Marwan al-Qanazi'i. The people of Ceuta include Abu 'Abdu'r-Rahman ibn al-'Ajuz, Abu Muhammad ibn Ghalib, and Khalaf ibn Nasr. The people of the Maghrib include Abu 'Ali ibn Amdakatu as-Sijilmasi.

Also see Islamic History,
More Maliki related works.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 08 October, 2012.

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