ash-Shari'ah by al-Imaam al-Muhaddith Abee Bakr Muhammad bin Hussein al-Ajuri (Rahimahullaah) A beautiful edition of Ash-Shari'ah of Imam al-Ajuri, a reference book in the belief and manhaj of the Salafs. A collection of Hadiths as well as statements of the companions and their followers and the great imams of the Muslims in the first three centuries in regards to Holding fast to the Jama'ah, Belief, attributes of Allaah, prophetic characteristics and much more. This book serves as a reminder for those involved scholastic debates in terms of the subjects mentioned above that the middle path lies in what Allaah taught his prophet and he in turn taught his companions and so on. This being the safest path, the author only mentions what has been transmitted from them with clear chain of transmitters in each Hadith. Muhammad bin al-Hussein 'Abdallah al-Ajuri al-Baghdadi and his Kunya was Abu Bakr. He was named after his hometown of al-Ajur in what is today Iraq. His date of birth is not known but his death was in the year of 360 AH in Makkah. He lived for 80 year according to al-Dhahabi or 96 years according to others. He was known for his narrations and extensive amount of great scholars he produced as he died considerably old age as mentioned earlier. Among his works are:- al-Arba'in Hadithan on different subjects,- akhlaq Hamalat al-Qur'an,- akhlaq al-'Ulama or Adab al-'Ulama according to Imam al-Dhahabi,- Tahrim al-Nard wal Sharnaj wal Malahi,- Akhbar 'Umar bin 'Abd al-Aziz- Sifat al-Ghuraba min al-Mu'minin,- al-Ru'yah or al-Tasdiq bil Nadhr ila Allah Ta'ala fil Akhira,- Ahkam al-Nisa',- Akhlaq ahlul Birr wal Tuqa'- Adab al-Nufus,- al-Amar biluzum al-Jama'ah watarakal Ibtida',- Awsab al-Sab'at,- Tahrir al-Lawat wal Zina',- Taghyir al-Azminah,- al-Tafarud wal 'Azlah,- at-Tawbah,- al-Tahajud,- ath-Thamanin or Thamanun al-Hadith,and the list go's on and on. He was an intelligent and a prolific writer in every subject. May Allaah reward him with Jannah. Printed by Dar al-Faidillah (KSA) in two volumes on yellow paper.
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