Al-Mankhool fi 'Ilm Usool

Manuscript description

Al-Mankhool fi 'Ilm Usool is a manuscript on the principles of jurisprudence (Usul al-Fiqh) written by al-Ghazali, Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad, Hujjat al-Islam, who died in 505 AH. It was copied by Saleh ibn Abd al-Wahhab ibn Ahmad ibn Ibrahim ibn Muhammad al-Baq’i in the Naskh script on Friday, Muharram 4, 1169 AH. The number of papers was 72, and the number of lines was 25, Size: 21.5 x 15 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (Praise be to Allah, Lord of all Worlds, and blessings and peace be upon Muhammad, his Prophet, and his family and all his companions. It has been decided by wise scholars that jurisprudence (al-Fiqh) is the most honorable of sciences, the highest in status, and the most dangerous, since thereunder rulings are set.). End of the manuscript: (I paid attention to details of condition, and this is the end of the chapter and "Al-Mankhool" book end as a model for dividing chapters and arranging sections in order to facilitate reading when there is an urgent need for revision. The End). This is a revised copy, with traces of wetness. It was written in black ink, and red was used for distinguished information.

Manuscript Title:

Al-Mankhool fi 'Ilm Usool

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The Author's full name and date of his death:

Beginning of the manuscript:

Praise be to Allah, Lord of all Worlds, and blessings and peace be upon Muhammad, his Prophet, and his family and all his companions. It has been decided by wise that jurisprudence (al-Fiqh) is the most honorable of sciences, the highest in status, and the most dangerous, since thereunder rulings are set.

End of the manuscript:

I paid attention to details of condition, and this is the end of the chapter and "Al-Mankhool" book end as a model for dividing chapters and arranging sections in order to facilitate reading when there is an urgent need for revision. The End

Date of transcription:

Copies; Friday 4 Muharram 1169 AH.

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Font type:

Alnaskh

Number of papers: Number of lines: Size: X cm

Number of papers: 72; number of lines: 25; Size: 21.5 x 15 cm.

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Archiving No:

236 / Al-Iftaa

General Notes:

A revised copy, with traces of wetness. It was written in black ink, and red was used for distinguished information.