Fath al-Malik al-Wahhab fi Rad Shobh Almurtab is a manuscript classified under the science of faith. Written by Al Sheikh, Abdul Latif bin Abdul Rahman bin Hassan, who died in 1293 AH, and was copied in Naskh font in the thirteenth century AH. The number of papers was 7 sheets, the number of lines was 24, and the size was 22 × 16 cm. Beginning of the manuscript: (Praise be to God and peace be upon His servants whom He has chosen, and after some of the ignorant have delved into the meaning of the word sincerity and its syntax, and brought confusion and ignorance that cannot be silenced. Fatwa: I know that there is no god but God is the word of piety...) End of the manuscript: (What is the excuse and any means for leaving the Book of God and the Sunnah of His Prophet... We ask God to be steadfast in His religion, and not to deviate our hearts after He has guided us, and to make us among His obedient servants and party... He is the guardian of that, and He has power over all things, and may God’s prayers and peace be upon our master Muhammad and his family and companions.) This is a matched copy, on which Zaid bin Muhammad Al Suleiman owned it, he used black ink in writing, and red was used as lines above what is intended to be distinguished.