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Author: Al-Imm al-Hd ll al-aq Yay ibn al-usayn ibn al-Qim ibn lbrhm
Subject: Fiqh
Shelf Number: Fiqh 1019
Lines: 4
Folios: 185
Script: Kf
Dimensions: 24 x 16 cm


This book is one of the most important studies of the [Fiqh Zaydite Hdaw], being the sect whose ideas dominated at the North of Yemen. [Al-Imm Zayd ibn Al] who died in 122 H/741 AD was the leader who established the [Zayd] sect, thus its name is derived from his name. The ideas of the [Zayd] sect are similar to the ideas of the Sunn school. The Zaydite accept in their practices in the branches of [Fiqh] those accepted by the school of [Ab anfa]. The name of the [Hdaw] sect is derived from the name of [al- Hd la al-aqq Yay ibn al-sayn], a scholar who had studied the science of the fundamentals of [Fiqh] through the teaching of [al-Imm Ab al-Qsim al-Bal] one of the most prominent thinkers of the school [Mutazilite]. Thus, we find that the ideas of [al-Hd] concerning the fundamentals of [Fiqh] are similar to the ideas of [al-Bal]. On the other hand, [al-Hd] had liberated himself from the ideas of [al-Bal] in the branches which the latter had presented in his book [Mam al-Fiqh al-Kabr]. On the other hand, [Al-Hd] wrote two other books [al-Akm] and [al-Muntaab f al-Fiqh] where he explained the ideas which got to be accepted totally by the later Zaydites of Yemen concerning the branches of Fiqh. As a result of the expansion of the above mentioned ideas, nobody followed the teachings of [Zayd ibn Al] anymore. The displayed copy was written by [assn ibn ab al-Qsim al-Rab] in [Nas] script. No dots were put for the letters and the first and last pages are missing.
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Keywords: Yemen Sana'a manuscript non-qur'anic
Copyright: Organisation Nationale de l'Archologie, des Muses, et des Manuscrits, Yemen
Country: Yemen
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