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Books for SHAF'I Fiqh


The study of the madhhab begins with the condensed works: `Umdat al-Salik, Matn Ibn ABi Shuja`, and al-Muqaddima al-Hadramiyya.

For the dala'il of the Madhhab, the best sources are the 14-volume al-Bayan - just published - al-Bayhaqi's Ma`rifat al-Sunan, and al-Nawawi's Majmu`.

An important textbook is also the Wasit of Imam al-Ghazzali, just republished in an excellent edition.

Hajj Gibril ©
[2000-10-29]

Original Message:

Which fiqh books are the most important in (esp.) the Shafi'i madhhab?

Among the fiqh books which contains most of the opinions considered "mu'tamad inda ash-shafi'iyyah" :

1) Tuhfatul Muhtaj - Ibn hajar al-haitami
2) Nihayatul-Muhtaj - Al-Ramli
3) Mughni-Muhtaj - Khatib Sharbini
4) Hasyiah qalyubi wal umairah 'ala sharhil minhaj
5) fathul Wahhab - sheikhul islam zakariyya al-ansari
6) Syarah mahalli 'ala Minhaj
7) Al-Iqna - khatib sharbini
8) Fathul-Qariib
9) I'anatut-Talibiin - Sh. Abu bakar Syata
10) Al-Majmu' - An-Nawawi
11) raudatut-talibiin - an-nawawi
12) At-tahrir - zakariyya ansari
13) fathul Jawwad
14) fatawa al-kubra
15) Syarah Ubab
16) minhajul qawim
*(13)to(16)all by ibn Hajar al-haitami
17)and of course the book by Sahibul-Madzhab al-Imam Ash-Shafie rahimahullah "Al-Umm"
18) etc.

the primary source of ifta are no 1,2 and 3.

Saif Qati

 



 

 

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