• A critical reply to the notes of the Saudi Mufti Abdul Aziz ibn Baz (d. 1999) to Fath al-Bari

    A critical reply to the notes of the Saudi Mufti Abdul Aziz ibn Baz (d. 1999) to Fath al-Bari

    The work attached below is a scholarly reply to  the late Saudi-Salafi Mufti, Abdul Aziz ibn Baz (d. 1999) and his footnotes to the magnum opus known as Fath al-Bari  by al-Hafiz ibn Hajar al Asqalani (d. 852 AH). The reply is by one of the senior  Muftis of Chad in Africa, known as Shaykh Ahmed al Nur (bo...

  • Contradictions of Zubair Ali Zai in Hadith related issues

    Contradictions of Zubair Ali Zai in Hadith related issues

    The following is the digital edition of an Urdu work entitled - Tanaqudat Zubair Ali Zai (Contradictions of Zubair Ali Zai). This work shows his contradictions related to Hadith and the Hadith narrator gradings he displayed in different works. It was written by Shaykh Zahoor Ahmed al-Hussaini of England.  ...

  • Differences in Salah between Men and Women: According to evidences

    Differences in Salah between Men and Women: According to evidences

    The following is a short work on the differences in Salah between men and women according to proof texts (dala'il) from the Hadith literature as well as the scholastic views of classical Sunni scholars of the past .  It contains a direct reply to the claims of modern day Salafism and its figure heads like th...

  • The Significance of the Month of Muharram and its Tenth day (Ashura)

    The Significance of the Month of Muharram and its Tenth day (Ashura)

    The following booklet is a short and precise discussion on the importance and significance of the Holy month of Muharram which is the first month in the Islamic calendar.  It was compiled by a senior Hadith specialist of Indian origin by the name of Shaykh Fazlur Rahman Azmi who currently resides in South Af...

  • The Hadiths Cited by the Early Hanafi Fuqaha

    The Hadiths Cited by the Early Hanafi Fuqaha

    Some people have the misunderstanding that the early Hanafī scholars whose books are in wide use today, like Shams al-A’immah al-Sarakhsī (d. 490 H), Malik al-‘Ulamā’ al-Kāsānī (d. 587 H) and Burhān al-Dīn al-Marghīnānī (d. 593), were unacquainted with hadīth. They base this on the absence o...

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Contradictions of Zubair Ali Zai in Hadith related issues

Contradictions of Zubair Ali Zai in Hadith related issues

The following is the digital edition of an Urdu work entitled – Tanaqudat Zubair Ali Zai (Contradictions of…

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