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The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith
The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith

The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom – A Commentary on Imam An-Nawwawi’s 40 Hadith

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English translation of Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali's masterwork, Jami' al-'Ulum wa'l-Hikam by Abdassamad Clarke The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom is the translation by Abdassamd Clarke of the masterwork of Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali, the Jami' al-'ulum wa 'l-hikam, which is his commentary on fifty hadith including the Forty of Imaam an-Nawawi. Every hadith is one of those considered by the 'ulama essential for knowledge of the deen. The topics range from the most exacting treatments of the affairs of the shari'ah to luminous expositions of the spiritual sciences of Islam. Zayn an-Din 'Abd ar-Rahman ibn Ahmad ibn 'Abd ar-Rahman (known as Rajab) ibn al-Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn Abi'l-Barakat Mas'ud al-Baghdadi ad-Dimashqi al-Hanbali (736-795 AH). Rajab was the nickname of his grandfather 'Abd ar-Rahman, perhaps because he was born in that month. Born in Baghdad, Ibn Rajab learned much from his father, who himself was a great scholar, and then studied in Egypt and Damascus where he settled down until he died. Among his eminent teachers were Abu'l-Fath Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Mayduni, Muhammad ibn Isma'il al-Khabbaz, Ibrahim ibn Dawud al-Attar, Abu'l-Haram al-Qalanisi, and Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah. He was a colleague of the famous hadith expert Al-Hafiz Abu'l-Fadhl al-Iraqi. He devoted himself to the subject until he became an expert in all the sciences related to hadith. He then taught hadith and fiqh according the Hanbali school in the Jami' Bani Umayyah and other seats of learning in Damascus.His famous students include scholars like Abu'l-Fadhl Ahmad ibn Nasr ibn Ahmad, the Mufti of Egypt (d. 844 AH), Dawud ibn Sulayman al-Mawsili (d. 844 AH). He was a leading scholar of the Hanbali school. His work al-Qawa'id al-Kubra fi al-Furu' is clear evidence of his expertise in fiqh, demonstrating an extreme, even exhaustive knowledge of the intricacies of detailed fiqh issues. He was known for piety and righteousness.

DETAILS:

ISBN: 9780954738020
AUTHOR: Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali
TRANSLATOR: Abdassamd Clarke
BINDING: Paperback
PAGES: 819
DIMENSIONS: 16 CM x 24 CM
PUBLISHER: Turath Publishing


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

mam Ibn Rajab al Hanbali (736 - 795 AH) was the noble Imam, the Hafidh, the Critic, Zayn-ud-Deen Abdur-Rahman bin Ahmad bin abdur-Rahman bin al-Hasan bin Muhammad bin Abil-Barakat Masud As-Salami Al-Baghdadi (due to his place of birth), Al-Hanbali (due to his madh-hab), Ad-Dimashqi (due to his place of residence and death). His kunyah was Abul-Faraj, and his nickname was Ibn Rajab, which was the nickname of his grandfather who was born in that month (of Rajab).

He was born in Baghdad in 736H and was raised by a knowledgeable family, firmly rooted in knowledge, nobility and righteousness. His father played the greatest role in directing him towards the beneficial knowledge.

Al-Hafidh Ibn Rajab, may Allah have mercy on him, was deeply attached to the works of Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, for he would issue legal rulings according to them and would constantly reference his books.

This is since he served as a student under Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah, the most outstanding student of Shaikh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah have mercy on all of them. But in spite of this, he (rahimahullah) wasn t a blind follower or a fanatical adherent (to his teacher). Rather, he would review, authenticate, verify and follow the evidences.

Al-Hafidh Ibn Rajab, may Allah have mercy on him passed to the realm of the Akhira in Ramadan, 795H in Damascus.

ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR:

Abdassamad Clarke is from Ulster and was formally educated in Edinburgh. He accepted Islam at the hands of Shaykh Dr. Abdalqadir as-Sufi in 1973 and later studied in Cairo.

He has translated a number of classical Arabic works and is currently an imam and teacher at the Ihsan Mosque, Norwich, UK and Dean of the Muslim Faculty of Advanced Studies.

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