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Title: A study and an edition of Imām Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn Sālim Al-Saffārinī Al-Hanbalī, sales book "Kitāb Al-Buyū'" from Kashf Al-Lithām Li Sharḥ 'Umdat Al Aḥkām and 'Umdat Al Aḥkām by Imām Abī Muḥammad 'Abdul Ghanī ibn 'Abdul Al-Wāḥid ibn 'Alī Al-Jammā'īlī Al-Magdisī
Author: Adi, Muhammad Ubadah
ISNI:       0000 0004 2675 8450
Awarding Body: University of Wales, Lampeter
Current Institution: University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Date of Award: 2008
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A valuable manuscript written by Imam Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Salim Al-Saffārinī Al-Hanbali (1114-1188 AH / 1702-1774 CE). There are two manuscripts available at Princeton University library in the United States of America and copies at Jum'ah Al-Mäjid Center for Culture and Heritage in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Al-Safrarini explained " `Umdat Al Ahkäm" by Al-Häfiz Al-Jamma'ili. The latter, Al- Jamma'Ili collected Hadith jurisprudence from , Sahib Al-Bukhäri and Sahib Muslim. Al-Safrarini used both linguistic and jurisprudence explanations in addition to companions' biographies who narrated Hadith. I only edited Sales Chapter "Kitdb Al- Buyü "' form "Kashf Al-Lithäm". This research is divided into two parts: Study and Edition. The study contains three chapters. In the first chapter I introduce A1-Jammd'ili as follows: Name and Origins, Birth, Early Life and the Search for Knowledge, His Sheikhs, His Students, His Appreciation by Other Scholars, Academic Works, Qualities and Ethics, His Ordeal and His Death. The second chapter specifically introduces Al-Saffärini as follows: Author's Era, Name and Origins, Birth, Early Life and the Search for Knowledge, His Sheikhs, His Students, His Appreciation by Other Scholars, Academic Works, Qualities and Ethics and His Death. The third chapter contains a study of "Kashf A1- Litham" as follows: book title and its attribution to the author, description of the two manuscripts of the book, the book's significance, author's approach, author's sources, criticism of the book and editional methods. The edition aspect of the work was accurately completed by using an objective academic method to organise the text, supply punctuation marks, number pages, rewrite the text in accordance with modem rules of dictation, locate sürahs and verses, refer Hadiths to their sources, explain vague vocabulary, conform Qur'dnic texts to `Uthmani scripture, define idioms, verify jurisprudence issues, correct grammatical mistakes and describe eminent persons and places. The edition is concluded with general technical indexes.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.504261  DOI: Not available
Keywords: BP Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc. ; CT Biography ; DS Asia
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