The Islamic Proofs in Refutation of the Persian suspicion

Manuscript Description

The Islamic Proofs in Refutation of the Persian suspicion is a manuscript classified under the sciences of belief. Written by Abd al-Latif ibn Abd al-Rahman ibn Hasan al-Sheikh, who died in 1293 AH. It was copied in Naskh script in 1311 AH. The number of sheets was 27, the number of lines was 23, and the size of 24.5 x 17 cm. The manuscript begins with: (Praise be to God and peace be upon His servants whom He has chosen, and after that, I have come across papers written by some atheists, in which they claim what is evidenced by the evidence of the necessity of sincere supplication to God...). And end with: It is part of a collection from P. 1 to P. 53 corresponding to the origin of the manuscript. It was owned by Ibn Muhammad Al-Ajlan in Hail, undated, and another owned by Issa Bin Hamoud Al-Mahous in 1319 AH. Then was moved to Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Ibrahim endowment and was written in black ink.

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The Islamic Proofs in Refutation of the Persian suspicion

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The beginning of the manuscript:

Praise be to God and peace be upon His servants whom He has chosen, and after that, I have come across papers written by some atheists, in which they claim what is indicated by the evidence of the obligation of sincere supplication to God…

The end of the manuscript:

Whom do we turn to? Is it because others know the most merciful and wiser? or why? Exalted be God above the words of the wrongdoers with great exaltation, and praise be to God who guided us and we would not have been guided... And may God's peace and blessings be upon the most honorable of the Messengers... And his companions and peace be upon him abundantly.

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Copied ; 1311 AH

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number of sheets: 27; number of lines: 23; Size: 24.5 x 17 cm.

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359 / Iftaa

General Notes:

From P. 1 to P. 53, an interview on the origin of the manuscript, it has ownership in favor of bin Muhammad Al Ajlan in Hail undated, another ownership of Essa bin Hamoud Al Mahus in 1319 AH, then Sheikh Muhammad bin Ibrahim endowment, written in black ink.