Al-Fiqh 'Ala Madha-hib al-Arba'ah (Complete Set. 5 parts in 4 volumes)
In-depth discussion of fiqh according to the four madh-habs. A valuable and detailed reference work.
Abd al-Rahman Ibn Muhammad Awad al-Jaziri was born on the Egyptian island of Shandawil in 1882 (1299 AH) and was educated at al-Azhar from 1896-1909; he later became a teacher at al-Azhar.
In 1912, al-Jaziri was appointed inspector for the Ministry of Religious Endowment's Department of Mosques, after which he was promoted to the Ministry's chief inspector.
He was subsequently appointed as a professor in al-Azhar's College of the Principles of Religion, and before his death in Hulwan in 1941 (1360 AH), al-Jaziri became a member of al-Azhar's Committee of Senior Scholars.
Al-Jaziri's writings include:
-Al-Fiqh Ala al-Madhahib al-Arba'ah in four volumes (Volume I was composed jointly by al-Jaziri and a committee of scholars, while the remaining volumes were composed by al-Jaziri alone)
-Tawdih al-Aqa'id on Monotheism.
-Al-Akhlaq al-Diniyah wal-Hikam al-Shar'iyah
-Adillat al-Yaqin in response to certain Christian evangelists; and Diwan Khutab.
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