Masayil Mulakhasa Min Kalam Sheikh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah

Manuscript Description

Masayil Mulakhasa Min Kalam Sheikh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah is a manuscript classified within the science of the faith by its author Ibn Abd al-Wahhab, Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab ibn Suleiman, who died in 1206 AH. Copied by Al-Rubaie’s copy in Naskh font in Shawwal 1357 AH. The number of papers was 115 sheets, the number of lines was 17 -18, and the size was 21 × 16.5cm. Beginning of the manuscript: (1- His saying that actions are by intentions.. General, contrary to what most of the commentators are upon, 2- His saying in isolation: “You are not obligated,” then mentioning predestination, that this has no argument for abandoning the cause, because pregnancy occurs with isolation...) End of the manuscript:). 135- Knowledge occurs in the soul, just as other perceptions and movements occur. What is meant here is that a person feels that he is knowledgeable, as happens with food and drink. God knows best, and may God’s peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, his family and his companions). It was written in black ink and what is intended to be distinguished was written in red, followed by issues from Sheikh Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab from Ibn Taymiyyah’s Refutation of Christians, also in al-Rabi’i handwriting.

Manuscript Title:

Masayil Mulakhasa Min Kalam Sheikh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah

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Beginning of the manuscript:

1- His saying that actions are by intentions.. General, contrary to what most of the commentators are upon, 2- His saying in isolation: “You are not obligated,” then mentioning predestination, that this has no argument for abandoning the cause, because pregnancy occurs with isolation...

End of the manuscript:

. 135- Knowledge occurs in the soul, just as other perceptions and movements occur. What is meant here is that a person feels that he is knowledgeable, as happens with food and drink. God knows best, and may God’s peace and blessings be upon Muhammad, his family and his companions.

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Date of transcription:

Copies; Shawwal 1357 AH

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Naskh

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

Number of papers: 115, Number of lines: 17-18; Size: 21 x 16.5cm.

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Archiving No:

678/ Ifta

General Notes:

It was written in black ink and what is intended to be distinguished was written in red, followed by issues from Sheikh Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab from Ibn Taymiyyah’s Refutation of Christians, also in al-Rabi’i handwriting.