GHAYT AL-WOSUL ELA ELM AL-FOUSOL is a manuscript in the science of Religious Duties. It was written by Zakaria Al-Ansari, Zakaria bin Muhammad bin Ahmed, who died in 926 Hijiri and was copied in the Nasta'liq script in the tenth century AH. The number of papers was 64, the number of lines was 23, and the size was 18 × 13 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (... And after that I have commented in the past on the important chapters in the science of the nation's inheritance written by Sheikh ... Ibn Al-Haim ... middle comments, then I was informed that some of the students saw it long ... So I thought I should shorten it ... Praise be to God, I began with it, state of equaling of the Qur'aan) and the end of the manuscript: (…A chapter on a statement of issues? ...and in this quantity that we have mentioned is sufficient for the student of this art…. Allah willing, it is sufficient, Praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds, and prayers and peace be upon our master Muhammad and his family and companions whenever he is mentioned by those who remember him and those who are heedless to mention). And this is a precious copy, owned by Nasir bin Suleiman bin Suhaim in 1213 Hijiri, and another by Muhammad bin Abdullah bin ???????? in 1209 Hijiri, and it was owned by Abdullah bin Duhaish. Black and red ink was used in writing.