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Author Ibn Daqīq al-ʻĪd, Muḥammad ibn ʻAlī, 1228-1302, author.

Title A treasury of Hadith : a commentary on Nawawi's selection of prophetic traditions. / Ibn Daqīq al-ʻĪd ;translated by Mokrane Guezzou
Published Leicestershire, [England] : Kube Publishing, 2014


Description 1 online resource (193 pages)
Series Treasury in Islamic Thought and Civilization
Treasury in Islamic Thought and Civilization
Contents Imām Nawawï's Introduction; Ibn Daqïq al-♯®d's Commentary on Nawawï's Introduction; I Works Are Only According to Intentions; II The Elucidation of Islām, ♯®mān and Ihsān; III The Cardinals of Islam; IV Works Are Judged by Their Ultimate Ends; V The Nullity of Repulsive and Blameworthy Innovations; VI The Lawful is Clearly Evident and the Unlawful is Clearly Evident; VII Religion is Doing Well by Others; VIII The Inviolability of the Muslim; IX Charging People With Only What They Can Bear; X Confining Oneself to What is Lawful and Wholesome
XI Being Scrupulous About That Which is DoubtfulXII Leaving That Which Does Not Concern One; XIII The Perfection of Faith; XIV The Protection of Life; XV Islamic Manners; XVI Warning Against Anger; XVII Allah has Ordained Kindness in Every Matter; XVIII Good Character; XIX Watch Out for God, He Will Watch Out for You; XX Shame is Part of Faith; XXI Say 'I Believe in God' and then be Upright; XXII Confining Oneself to What is Obligated Will Take One to Paradise; XXIII Hastening to Do Good; XXIV The Prohibition of Oppression; XXV The Possessors of Great Wealth Have Taken All the Reward
XXVI The Merit of Reconciling People, Applying Justice and Helping ThemXXVII Piety is Good Character; XXVIII The Necessity of Adhering to the Prophetic Practice; XXIX What Makes One Enter Paradise; XXX The Rights of God Most High; XXXI Genuine Non-Attachment; XXXII No Harm and No Reciprocating Harm; XXXIII A Claimant Must Present his Proof and the One who Denies his Claim Must Take an Oath; XXXIX Forbidding the Wrong is Part of Faith; XXXV The Brotherhood of Islam; XXXVI The Merit of Gathering to Recite the Qur'℗Ænand for Remembrance; XXXVII The Favour and Mercy of God Most High
XXXVIII God's Worship is a Means to His Nearness and LoveXXXIX Excusing the Person who Errs, Forgets oris Coerced; XL This World is a Means and a Plantationfor the Afterlife; XLI The Sign of Faith; XLII The Vastness of God's Mercy; Endnotes; Index
Summary Mokrane Guezzou: Mokrane Guezzou is the author of Shaykh al-Hashimi: His Life and Works, and the well-known translator of over ten works including Qur'an commentary Wahidi's Asbab al-Nuzul and al-Buzaydi's The Adab of the True Seeker. He lives in Jordan.Ibn Daqiq al-'Id IbnIbn Daqiq al-'Id (d.1302), is accounted as one of Islam's great scholars in the fundamentals of Islamic law and belief, and was an authority in the Shafi legal school.Imam Nawawi: Imam Nawawi (1233-77), the author of the hadith selection, was an authority in the Shafi legal school, hadith master, biographer, lexicologist a
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Mainly English with some Arabic text
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed July 07, 2014)
Subject Nawawī, 1233-1277.
Nawawī, 1233-1277
Hadith -- Evidences, authority, etc.
RELIGION / Islam / General
Hadith -- Evidences, authority, etc.
Philosophy & Religion.
Form Electronic book
Author Guezzou, Mokrane, translator.
ISBN 9781847740694
Other Titles commentary on Nawawi's selection of prophetic traditions