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This volume presents an original commentary for Al-Tadhkirah (The Memorandum), a legal primer for Islamic Law according to the later scholars of the Shāfiʿī school by Ibn al-Mulaqqin, an Egyptian scholar who died in 804AH/1401CE. The commentary introduces essential evidence for the core issues of Islamic Law from its primary sources (the Quran, Sunnah, legal analogy, and s ...more
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Published July 8th 2018 by Islamosaic
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Musa Furber is qualified to issue Islamic legal edicts (fatwas). He received his license to deliver edicts from senior scholars at the Egyptian House of Edicts (Dār al-Iftā’ al-Miṣriyya). He studied traditional Islamic disciplines for over 15 years with numerous scholars in Damascus, Cairo, and elsewhere. He also holds a BA in Applied Linguistics from Portland State University, and an MPA from Dub ...more

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