Abu Ishaq ash-Shatibi (720-790 A.H./1320/1388 A.D.) was an Andalusian Islamic legal scholar following the Maliki Madhhab. He died in 1388 in Granada. Imam ash-Shatibi's full name was "Ibrahim bin Mosa bin Muhammad al-Shatibi al-Gharnati". His family was from the Banu Lakhm. His Kuniyat was "Abu Ishaq", and his surnames were "al-Lakhmi", "al-Gharnati", "al-Maliki" and "ash-Shatibi". The date and place of his birth are unknown. However, one of his surnames, "as-Shatibi", points to the city Xàtiva, which indicates that he was a descendant of migrants from that town.

al-Muwafaqaat fi Usool al-Shari'ah (الموافقات في اصول الشريعة), 37140768) is one of Imaam Shaatibi's best-known books. It is on the topic of Usul al-Fiqh, and Islamic jurisprudence and Maqasid al-Shari'ah (Intentions of The Legislations). It is published by Dar Ibn al-Qayyim and Dar Ibn 'Affaan in four volumes on yellow paper in 6 volumes. The introduction was written by ash-Shaykh al-Allaamah Bakr Abdullah Abu Zayd. The Checking and commentary by Abu Ubaydah Mashoor bin Hasan Ahle Salmaan. 

al-Muwafaqaat lil-Shaatibi 1/6 الموفقات للشاطبي

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