(MINHAJ ALSUNAH ALNABAWIAH FI NAQD KALAM ALSHIYEA’ ALQADARIA (second edition) (part 3)

Manuscript description

(MINHAJ ALSUNAH ALNABAWIAH FI NAQD KALAM ALSHIYEA’ ALQADARIA (second edition) (part 3) is a manuscript classified within the sciences of faith. It was written by Ibn Taymiyyah, Ahmed bin Abdul Halim bin Abdul Salam, who died in 728 AH. It was copied in Naskh script in the thirteenth century AH. The number of its papers is 193 paper, the number of lines is 23 line, and the size is 22.5 x 17 cm. Beginning of the manuscript: The Rafidi said, let the wise person consider which of the two parties is more deserving of the security that God Almighty and His angels honored.... And the answer is to say what you mentioned of honor it just is an obstruction and a belittling of God and the prophets...) End of the manuscript: (... As for turning away on the Day of Uhud, Allah the Almighty said: (Indeed, those of you who turned back on the day the two armies met...) Allah has pardoned all those who turned back ... Praise be to Allah alone, and may Allah ’s prayers be upon the Master of the Messengers... his descendants and all his companions, Amen.) The fourth and final parts of this version are the ones that are still available. Two transcribers shared witting it. On its sideline are few explanations in the handwriting of Ibrahim bin Hamad bin Issa and his son Ahmed. It was matched to its origin In Jumada Al-Akhirah 1271. It was in the hands of Saleh bin Issa and then Muhammad bin Abdul Latif in 1334 AH. Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished was written in red.

Manuscript Title:

(MINHAJ ALSUNAH ALNABAWIAH FI NAQD KALAM ALSHIYEA’ ALQADARIA (second edition) (part 3)

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The Author's full name and date of his death

Beginning of the manuscript:

First Chapter, Al Rafidi said, let the wise person consider which of the two parties is more deserving of the security that God Almighty and His angels honored.... And the answer is to say what you mentioned of honor it just is an obstruction and a belittling of God and the prophets...)

End of the manuscript:

... As for turning away on the Day of Uhud, Allah the Almighty said: (Indeed, those of you who turned back on the day the two armies met...) Allah has pardoned all those who turned back ... Praise be to Allah alone, and may Allah ’s prayers be upon the Master of the Messengers... his descendants and all his companions, Amen.)

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Date of transcription:

copies; belong to the 13 th century AH.

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Font type:

Alnaskh

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

Number of papers: 193; Number of lines: 23; Size: 22.5×15 cm.

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Archiving No:

718 / Al-Iftaa

General Notes:

The fourth and final parts of this version are the ones that are still available. Two transcribers shared witting it. On its sideline are few explanations in the handwriting of Ibrahim bin Hamad bin Issa and his son Ahmed. It was matched to its origin In Jumada Al-Akhirah 1271. It was in the hands of Saleh bin Issa and then Muhammad bin Abdul Latif in 1334 AH. . Black ink was used in writing, and what is to be distinguished was written in red.