The Four Imams ( Hardback)

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Their Lives, Works and their Schools of thought
Author: Muhammad Abu Zahra
ISBN-10: 1870582411
Publisher: Dar Al Taqwa Ltd.

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Author: Muhammad Abu Zahra
Binding: Hardback
Printing: One Color
Pages: 518
Size: 8.5 x 5.5 x 1.25
Full Description: This book is a compilation of four books which deal with the lives and works of the four imams who founded the four great canonical schools of thoughts of Islamic fiqh. The book was originally written in Arabic by the great Egyptian scholar and theologian Muhammad Abu Zahra and is presented English for the first time.
In this book there is a comprehensive, in depth analysis of the four Sunni madhabs and their founders, giving details of their biography and the methods they used in reaching their legal conclusions. This is particularly important in the world today when many thousands of Muslims find themselves in a situation where there is not enough knowledge therefore no traditional allegiance to a particular madhab. As a result of this ignorance there is also a great deal of futile disagreements amongst the Muslims. This work therefore has been long overdue in the English language and will be milestone in bridging the gaq amongst the Muslims and uniting them. It makes a stimulating and enriching read for all who are interested in deeping their knowledge of Islam.
Net Weight (LB): 1.68
Publication Year: 2001
Shipping Weight (LB): 2
ISBN-10: 1870582411
Publisher: Dar Al Taqwa Ltd.
Publishers Note: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publishers.
Country of Printing: Great Britain

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