Al-Iqna’ by Taleb Al-Infa’a (fifth version) (vol. 1) is a manuscript classified under the Hanbali jurisprudence. Its author, Musa bin Ahmed bin Musa Al-Hijjawi, who died in 968 Hijiri. It was transcribed in Al-Naskh font script in the tenth century AH. The number of papers was 157, and the number of lines was 27, with a size of 26.5×2 16 cm. It is very valuable copy that was read by Sheikh Muhammad bin Ibrahim bin Abi Humaidan, and it has important local acquisitions mentioned in the following text transcribed from the first paper. Bin Othman and Muhammad Bin Ibrahim Bin Ajlan, and the ownership of Muhammad Bin Ali Al Al-Sheikh, dated 1248 Hijiri, and after his death, his sons inherited it. Muhammad and written by the aforementioned Abdullah bin Muhammad, and may God bless Muhammad and his family and companions, and on the title sheet, there is the name of Sheikh Muhammad bin Ali bin Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab who wrote on the title page: “This copy is one of the most authentic existing copies of the book Al-Iqna’, and on its back I found many possessions of virtuous sheikhs, one owned after the other, and many jurists circulated it by owning, reading, reciting and studying, including Sheikh Suleiman bin Ali, Sheikh Muhammad bin Ismail Al-Jarrahi, Sheikh Al-Qusair, Sheikh Ibn Dhlan, Sheikh Ibn Sultan, the student of Sheikh Suleiman Al-Muqaddam mentioned by him and the scholars of the Aba Hussein family, but I wrote it on the back of the first paper because the original writing was fading away, so I placed these two papers on it to strengthen the first book. I also saw on the back of the first paper of this copy a fading line line that made me tired with contemplation. I read it and pronounced it in its letters, so that the beholder would know that this copy was read by Sheikh Muhammad bin Ibrahim Al-Najdi and then Al-Dimashqi, known as Ibn Abi Humaidan. And he must have read, researched, proofread, edited and audited it in the year nine hundred and seventy-seven. This was said by Muhammad bin Ismail al-Jarrahi. What I found in Ibn Ismail’s handwriting ended with no additions or subtractions, written by Muhammad bin Ali bin Sheikh Muhammad.” The paper fell. The last one, which bears the name of the scriber, and it was completed in the handwriting of Muhammad ibn Ali ibn al-Sheikh, with many explanations and traces on its margins, as well as clear use, and traces of moisture, written in black ink, and what is to be distinguished were written in red, starting From the beginning of the book to the chapter of precedence and virtue.