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Fatawa al-Imam al-Nawawi; al-Masa'il al-Manthurat (فتاوى الإمام النووي المسماة: بالمسائل المنثُورة) Nawawi + Ibn al-'Attar + Shaykh M. al-Hajjar
[AUTHOR: Imam Abi Zakariya Yahya al-Nawawi (d. 676) | COLLETAED BY: Imam 'Ali Ibn al-'Attar (d. 724) | SHARH & TA'LIQ: Shaykh Muhammad Mohamud al-Hajjar | HARD BACKCOVER: 592 PAGES | 8TH PUBLICATION 2010 | PUBLISHED: Dar al-Basha'ir al-Islamiyyah | Beirut, Lebanon |]
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FATAWA AL-IMAM AL-NAWAWI
AL-MUSAMA: AL-MASA'IL AL-MANTHURAT

(فتاوى الإمام النووي المسماة: بالمسائل المنثُورة)

AUTHOR: Imam Abi Zakariya Yahya al-Nawawi (d. 676) |
| المألف: ابي زكريا محي الدين يحيى بن شرف النووي ٦٧٦ هـ |
COLLETAED BY:
 Imam 'Ali Ibn al-'Attar (d. 724) |
| ترتيب:الإمام أبو الحسن العلاء الدين علي ابن العطّار ٧٢٤ هـ |
SHARH & TA'LIQ: Shaykh Muhammad Mohamud al-Hajjar |
| الشرح والتعليق: الشيخ محمد محمود الحَجَّار|
HARD BACKCOVER: 592 PAGES | 8TH PUBLICATION 2010 |
نوع التجليد: مجلد كرتوناج  | ٥٩٢ صفحة | الطبعة: الثامنة: ٢٠١٠م |
PUBLISHED: Dar al-Basha'ir al-Islamiyyah | Beirut, Lebanon  |
| الناشر: دَارُ البَشَائِرالإسلَامِية  | بيروت، لبنان|

FIQH | FATAWA |
COLLECTION OF VERDICTS | JURISPRUDENCE |
COLLETAED BY THE STUDENT OF IMAM NAWAWI |
BASED ON SHAFI'I MADHAB |
CONTAINS PERSONAL IJTIHAD OF IMAM NAWAWI |
ANNOTATED & REFERENCED THROUGHLY |
EXTENSIVELY EDITED & REFERENCED |

EXTREMELY GOOD QUALITY PRINT |
VERY THICK VOLUME | CREAM PAPER |

THREE COLOUR FONT | FULL TASHKEEL |

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

ABOUT THE BOOK:
A collection of Imam Nawawi's Fatawa mostly based on the Madhab of Imam ash-Shafi'i. However there are various opinions of the Imam himself expressed in this volume that are not officially endorsed as part of the schools position. The book was originally compiled by his long time companion and student Imam al-'Attar. He ordered it accordingly and finalised this work. The manuscripts relied upon for this clearly state this.

THIS PRINT:
However this print is based on the oldest manuscript available and has been verified by the editor/commentator Shaykh Muhammad al-Hajjar. It is perhaps the last book he reviewed he passed away in the Masjid of the Prophet SAW. It contains explanations and annotations based on the opinions of other scholars of the Madhab and those of other schools. Shaykh al-Hajjar has made sure subtle points that could have been easily misinterpreted in today's more simple minded people is explained and further analysed. In this work one will see the quality of the print extremely goo, very thick in its size, and contains various colour fonts and Tashkeel as well.

 

ABOUT SHAYKH MUHAMMAD AL-HAJJAR:

HIS NAME & BIRTH:
Muhammad Mohamud al-Hajjar.  He was ij Aleppo, Damascus, Syria in 1920 to two loving parents who were righteous and loved the company of the Scholars.  

HIS STUDIES & TEACHERS:
He initially kept the company of Shaykh Abi al-Nasr Khalaf Ibn al-Shaykh Salim Khalaf, who was a pious scholar. As al-Hajjar was an immense lover of knowledge and scholars he made sure he attended the sittings and accompanied the scholars. He also kept the company and studied with Shaykh and Hadith Master of Sham; Shaykh Abd Allah Sirajudin. He also made sure he was always present in the Dhikr circles of ash-Shayk 'Isa al-Baynuri, who was known for his regular sittings in praise of the prophet SAW. He has also studied wit the following as well; Shaykh Sa'id al-Idlibi, Shaykh Ibrahim al-Salqini, Shaykh Ahmed ash-Shima', Shaykh Jamil al-'Uqad, Shaykh Raghib ad-Duwayri, Shaykh Ibrahim al-Ghalayini and many others.

HIS STUDENTS:
Amongst those who spent some time with him were Shaykh and Dr 'Abd al-Sattar Abu Ghuddah, Shaykh Hamid Gharib, Shaykh and Dr Zuhayr Nasir. Shaykh al-Hajjar had always been in between his house, which was next door to the Masjid and the Masjid. He never left except for necessity. People from all corner of the globe visited him constantly and took their need and wuold then move on.

AMONG HIS WRITTEN WORKS:
- al-Hubb al-Khalid; Samir al-Mu'min.
- al-Nasiha al-Mawjizat; al-Suhwah al-Qariyyah,
- al-Islam wa Arkanahu al-Arba'ah,
- 'Alimini Ya Ummi Kayfa Ahaju,
- Tahqiq al-Tibyan fi Adab Hamalatil Qur'an lil Nawawi,
- Tahqiq al-Fatawa lil Imam al-Nawawi,
- Tahqiq al-Maqasid lil Imam al-Nawawi,
- Tahqiq Bustan al-'Arifin lil Imam Nawawi,
- Tahqiq Bidayatil Hidayah lil Imam Ghazzali,
- Tahqiq Fathul al-'Allam lil Jurdani,

 

HIS PASSING:
He passed away on a Wednesday, evening of Thursday which was 6th of Muharram 1428. As was his custom, one he prayed 'Isha in the Prophets Masjid, and he went to his usual place of seating, and he finally reviewed his editorial work on Imam Nawawi's collection of Fatawa. He slept after that in his room was found dead holding next to him his miswak. He was prayed over after Duhur in the Prophets Masjid and was buried close to the companions in Baqi'.

 

ABOUT IMAM IBN AL-'ATTAR:
Imam al-Dhahabi says about him:
''The Shaykh, The Imam, The Mufti, the Hadith scholar, the righteous, the remnant of the Salaf, 'Alla al-Din Abu al-Hassan 'Ali Ibn al-Mawfaq, al-'Attar, Ibrahim ibn al-Tayyib, Da'ud ad-Dimishq, ash-Shafi'i, the Shaykh of Dar al-Hadith al-Nuriyyah and Madrassat al-Qawsiyyah wal 'Ilmiyyah, known as Mukhtasar al-Nawawi. He was born in 654 and he memorised the Qur'an at an early age''. He travelled for knowledge to various countries and heard ahadiths  from numerous hadith scholars. He accompanied imam Nawawi close to 20 years, considering the young age imam Nawawi passed away (40 years).

He excelled in almost all sciences and wrote numerous works such as:
* Tuhfat al-Talibin fi Tarjumat al-Imam Muhyidin (al-Nawawi),
* Fatawa imam al-Nawawi, (compiled by ibn al-'Attar)
* Hukm Sawm Rajab wa Sha'ban wama al-Sawab fihi,
* Ikhtisar Nasiha Ahlul Hadith,
Sharh al-Arba'in al-Nawawiyah,
* al-'Uddah Sharh 'Umdat al-Ahkam, being commentary of Ibn Daqiqs Commentary on the 'Umdat al-Ahkam,
* Fadlul Jihad,
* Hukm al-Ihtikar 'Ind Ghula' al-As'ar,
* Risalat fi Ahkam al-Mawta wa Ghaslahum,
* Risalat fi al-Makus wa Hukm Fa'iluha,
* Adab al-Khattib
* al-I'tiqad al-Khalis min al-Shakk wal Intiqad
* and many more. He passed away in 724.

 

ABOUT IMAM NAWAWI:
Abu Zakaria Muhiy ad-Din Yahya Ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (1233–1277) popularly known as al-Nawawi, an-Nawawi or Imam Nawawi (631–676 A.H./1234–1277), was a Shafi'i scholar of many sciences. His complete name is Abu Zakaria Mohiuddin Yahya ibn Sharaf ibn Marri ibn Hassan ibn Hussain ibn Muhammad ibn Juma ibn Hazm An-Nawawi. He was born at Nawa near Damascus, Syria. As with many Arabic and Semitic names, the last part of his name refers to his hometown.

Shaykh Yasin bin Yusuf Marakashi, says: "I saw Imam Nawawi at Nawa when he was a youth of ten years of age. Other boys of his age used to force him to play with them, but Imam Nawawi would always avoid the play and would remain busy with the recitation of the Noble Qur'an. When they tried to domineer and insisted on his joining their games, he bewailed and expressed his no concern over their foolish action. On observing his sagacity and profundity, a special love and affection developed in my heart for young Nawawi. I approached his teacher and urged him to take exceptional care of this lad as he was to become a great religious scholar. His teacher asked whether I was a soothsayer or an astrologer. I told him I am neither soothsayer nor an astrologer but Allah caused me to utter these words." His teacher conveyed this incident to Imam's father and he keeping in view the learning quest of his son, decided to dedicate the life of his son for the service and promotion of the cause of Islam.

He had no academic or scholarly atmosphere and there were no religious academies or institutes where one could earn excellence in religious learning, so his father took him to Damascus, which was considered the centre of learning and scholarship, and the students from far and wide gathered there for schooling. During that period, there were more than three hundred institutes, colleges and universities in Damascus. Imam Nawawi joined Madrasah Rawahiyah which was affiliated with the Ummvi University. The founder and patron of this Madrasah was a trader named Zakiuddin Abul-Qassim who was known as Ibn Rawahah. Madrasah was named after him. Noted and eminent teachers of the period taught in that Madrasah. Imam Nawawi says, "I studied in this institution for two years. During my stay in Madrasah Rawahiyah, I never had complete rest and lived on the limited food supplied by the institution." As a routine he used to sleep very little at night. When it became irresistible as a human being, he would lean and slumber for a while against the support of books. After a short duration he would again be hard at his scholastic pursuits.

He studied in Damascus from the age of 18 and after making the pilgrimage in 1253 he settled there as a private scholar. From a young age he showed signs of great intelligence, and so his father paid for a good education. As a judge, he was much sought after for advice and adjudication of disputes.

During his stay at Damascus, he studied from more than twenty celebrated teachers. These teachers were regarded as masters and authority of their subject field and disciplines they taught. Imam studied Hadith, Islamic Jurisprudence, its principles, syntax and Etymology fromgreat scholars of his time. Abu Ibrahim Ishaq bin Ahmad AI-Maghribi, Abu Muhammad Abdur-Rahman bin Ibrahim Al-Fazari, Radiyuddin Abu Ishaq Ibrahim bin Abu Hafs Umar bin Mudar Al-Mudari, Abu Ishaq Ibrahim bin Isa Al-Muradi, Abul-Baqa Khalid bin Yusuf An-Nablusi, Abul-Abbas Ahmad bin Salim Al-Misri, Abu Abdullah Al-Jiyani, Abul-Fath Umar bin Bandar, Abu Muhammad At-Tanukhi, Sharafuddin Abdul-Aziz bin Muhammad Al-Ansari, Abul-Faraj Abdur-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Ahmad Al-Maqdisi, Abul-Fada'il Sallar bin Al-Hasan Al Arbali.

He had following students:
Imam 'Ala'uddin bin Attar,
Ibn Abbas Ahmad bin Ibrahim,
Abul-Abbas Al-Ja'fari,
Abul-Abbas Ahmad bin Farah,
Rashid Ismail bin Mu'allim Al-Hanafi,
Abu Abdullah Al-Hanbali,
AbulAbbas Al-Wasti,
Jamaluddin Sulaiman bin Omar Az-Zar'i,
Abul Faraj Abdur-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Abdul-Hamid AlMaqdisi,
Badr Muhammad bin Ibrahim, Shamsuddin Muhammad bin Abu Bakr,
Ash-Shihab Muhammad bin Abdul-Khaliq,
Hibatullah Al-Barizi,
Abul-Hajjaj Yusuf bin Az-Zaki.

During his life of 45 years he wrote many books on Islamic studies and other topics. These include:
- Al Minhaj bi Sharh Sahih Muslim شرح صحيح مسلم, making use of others before him, and is considered one of the best commentaries on Sahih Muslim. It is available online.
- Riyadh as-Saaliheen رياض الصالحين, is a collection of hadith on ethics, manners, conduct, and is very popular in the Muslim world today.
- al-Majmu' sharh al-Muhadhdhab المجموع شرح المهذب, is a comprehensive manual of Islamic law according to the Shafi'i school has been edited with French translation by van den Bergh, 2 vols., Batavia (1882–1884), and published at Cairo (1888).
- Minhaj al-Talibin منهاج الطالبين وعمدة المفتين في فقه الإمام الشافعي, a classical manual on Islamic Law according to Shafi'i fiqh.
- Tahdhib al-Asma wal-Lughat تهذيب الأسماء, has been edited as the Biographical Dictionary of Illustrious Men chiefly at the Beginning of Islam by F. Wüstenfeld (Göttingen, 1842–1847).
- Taqrib al-Taisir التقريب والتيسير لمعرفة سنن البشير النذير, an introduction to the study of hadith, it is an extension of Ibn al-Salah's Muqaddimah, was published at Cairo, 1890, with Suyuti's commentary "Tadrib al-Rawi". It has been in part translated into French by W. Marçais in the Journal asiatique, series ix., vols. 16–18 (1900–1901).
- Forty Hadiths (al-arbaʿīn al-nawawiyya) الأربعون النووية, collection of forty (actually forty-two) fundamental traditions, frequently published along with numerous commentaries.
- Ma Tamas ilayhi hajat al-Qari li Saheeh al-Bukhaari ما تمس إليه حاجة القاري لصـحيح البـخاري,
- Tahrir al-Tanbih تحرير التنبيه,
- Kitab al-Adhkar الأذكار المنتخبة من كلام سيد الأبرار, is a collection of supplications of prophet Muhammad.
- al-Tibyan fi adab Hamalat al-Quran التبيان في آداب حملة القرآن,
- Adab al-fatwa wa al-Mufti wa al-Mustafti آداب الفتوى والمفتي والمستفتي,
- al-Tarkhis fi al-Qiyam الترخيص بالقيام لذوي الفضل والمزية من أهل الإسلام,
- Manasik متن الإيضاح في المناسك, on Hajj rituals.
- Sharh Sunan Abu Dawood
- Sharh Sahih al-Bukhari
- Mukhtasar at-Tirmidhi
- Tabaqat ash-Shafi'iyah
- Rawdhat al-Talibeen
- Bustan al-`arifin

He died at Nawa at a relatively young age, having never married. An-Nawawi's lasting legacy is his contribution to hadith literature through his momentous works Forty Hadiths and Riyadh as-Saaliheen. This made him respected in all madhabs, despite of him being of Shafi'i jurisprudence. Despite being allegedly influenced by Asharite aqidah, he is respected among Salafis and Atharis. According to Al-Dhahabi, Imam Nawawi's concentration and absorption in academic love gained proverbial fame. He had devoted all his time for learning and scholarship. Other than reading and writing, he spent his time contemplating on the interacted and complex issues and in finding their solutions.[citation needed] Sheikh Mohiuddin expresses his impression about Imam Nawawi as thus:
"Imaam an-Nawawi had three distinctive commendable qualities in his person. If anybody has only one out of these three, people turn to him in abundance for guidance. First, having knowledge and its dissemination. Second, to evade completely from the worldly inclinations, and the third, inviting to all that is good (Islam) enjoining virtue and forbidding vice. Imaam an-Nawawi had all three in him."

 


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