EQTDA' ALSERAT ALMOSTAQIM L MOKHALFT ASHAB ALJAHIM is a manuscript in the science of Faith. It was written by Ibn Taymiyyah, Ahmed bin Abdul Halim bin Abdul Salam, who died in 728 Hijiri and was copied by Mustafa Al-Shurani in the Naskh script on 26 Sha’ban 1223 Hijiri. The number of papers was 216, the number of lines was 15, and the size was 15 x 10 cm. The end of the manuscript: (... That the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, would, when he got up and pray at night, would say, “Oh God, Lord of Gabriel and Michael...” That is because God Almighty says: (Mankind was [of] one religion), that is, they differed, as in Surah Yunus, and it was said that it is so in the verse (then Allah sent the prophets as bringers of good tidings and warners)). And this is a recompense copy, owned by Uthman bin Mansour, dated 1234 Hijiri, by purchasing from Madinah. It has his seal on it, and perhaps he is the one who recompensed this copy, then it endowed to Imam Abdullah bin Faisal. It was written in black ink and what is to be distinguished was used in red and its handwriting was a mixture of Alnaskh and Diwani script.