(The Editor) is a manuscript classified under the Hanbali jurisprudence. Written by Ibn Taymiyyah Abd al-Salam ibn Abdullah ibn al-Khidr, who died in 652 Hijiri. It was transcribed by Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Al-Erbali Al-Hamawi in Shaped and decorated Naskh font script, on Thursday, 24 Rabi’ Al-Akhir 852 AH. The number of papers reached 191, the number of lines is 21, sized: 24.5 x 13 cm, and the beginning of the manuscript is: (Praise be to God, the Protector of the hidden and apparent blessings, and may God’s peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, the last of the messengers and the owner of brilliant miracles... As for what follows, this is a book on jurisprudence according to the school of Imam... Ibn Hanbal al-Shaibani... I refined it briefly and arranged it in The manuscript The Editor...) and the end of the manuscript: (... Chapter on acknowledgment in general, if he said something to him, or such-and-so was said to him explain, for my father has imprisoned ... and if he says to him, I have a ring with a clove on it, then he acknowledges them both, The book is completed.), which is a precious copy, the first paper of which was decorated with an artistic panel consisting of a geometric and vegetal decoration, in which the title of the book and the name of its author were written. Dated in 1268 AH and several seals, including the endowment seal of Sheikh Muhammad bin Abd al-Latif for the book. A brochure fell before the last two papers and was completed in Ibn Sahman’s handwriting, with light traces of dirt on it, written in black ink and red used for the heads of the sections and chapters.