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Ziyāda ibn Yaḥyā l-Naṣb al-Rāsī l-Muhtadī

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
Date of Birth: Unknown Place of Birth: Syria Date of Death: Unknown Place of Death: Cairo, Egypt Biography Ziyāda ibn Yaḥyā l-Naṣb al-Rāsī l-Muhtadī (the convert), is known by two  nisbas, ‘al-Naṣb’ (referring to the city of Naṣībīn in Syria) and al-Rāsī (city of Rās al-ʿAyn in Syria). One of the manuscripts of his work  Al-baḥth al-ṣarīḥ gives his name as Ziyāda ibn Yaḥyā l-Shatl al-Rāsī. In  Īḍāḥ al-maknūn, al-Baghdādī gives his name as Z…

 Al-baḥth al-ṣarīḥ fī ayyimā huwa l-dīn al-ṣaḥīḥ

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
‘The frank research into which is the true religion’ Ziyāda ibn Yaḥyā l-Naṣb al-Rāsī l-Muhtadī Date: Unknown Original Language: Arabic Description

Maryam al-Adhraʿiyya

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
Maryam bt. Aḥmad b. Muḥammad b. Ibrāhīm b. Ibrāhīm b. Dāwūd b. Ḥāzim al-Adhraʿī al-Miṣrī al-Ḥanafī, known as al-Shaykha Maryam al-Adhraʿiyya (b. c.719/1319, d. 805/1402–3), was a reliable authority for various ḥadīth compilations from diverse genres. The details of Maryam’s life are based on Ibn Ḥajar’s Muʿjam al-Shaykha Maryam, which is available at Dār al-Kutub al-Miṣriyya, in Cairo ( ḥadīth no. 1421). Maryam was born in Cairo to a family descended from the Adhri(u)ʿāt (present-day Dirʿā)…
Date: 2019-11-11

 Al-ajwiba l-jaliyya li-daḥḍ al-daʿawāt al-Naṣrāniyya

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
‘The clear answers in refuting the Christian allegations’ Ziyāda ibn Yaḥyā l-Naṣb al-Rāsī l-Muhtadī Date: Unknown Original Language: Arabic Description After finishing  Al-baḥth al-ṣarīḥ, Ziyāda sent it to one of his friends, Abū Ibrāhīm al-Ḥadīdī al-Manīʿ. Al-Manīʿ read it and was about to convert to Islam, but a group of Christian scholars asked him some questions that cast doubt on the Islamic faith. Al-Manīʿ wrote out these questions and sent them to Ziyāda, who answered them in a further book,  Al-ajwiba l-jaliyya li-daḥḍ al-daʿawāt al-Naṣrāniyya. After reading these respo…

 Al-athar al-maḥmūd fī qahr dhawī l-juḥūd

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
Al-athar al-maḥmūd fī qahr dhawī l-juḥūd; , Al-athar al-maḥmūd fī qahr dhawī l-ʿuhūd al-juḥūd‘The praised tradition in subduing the people of difficulties’ Abū l-Ikhlās Ḥasan ibn ʿAmmār al-Shurunbulālī Date: 1652 Original Language: Arabic Description There are slight variations in the titles associated with this treatise. The original 1652 MS, which covers 9 folios, gives the title as  Al-athar al-maḥmūd fī qahr dhawī l-juḥūd, while other MSS give the word  al-ʿuhūd instead of  al-juḥūd. In  Hadiyyat al-ʿ ārifīn it is given as  Al-athar al-maḥmūd fī qahr dhawī l-ʿuhūd  al-juḥūd.…

 Al-durra l-yatīma fī l-ghanīma

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
‘The inimitable pearl on the spoils of war’ Abū l-Ikhlās Ḥasan ibn ʿAmmār al-Shurunbulālī Date: Drafted in 1653/4 Original Language: Arabic Description There are several extant copies of Al-durra l-yatīma fī l-ghanīma, two of which are preserved at the Khālidiyya Library in Jerusalem. One of these, MS Jerusalem – Or. 864, mentions that it was first drafted in 1653/4 (1064 AH), and the copyist is unknown. The other copy, MS Jerusalem – Or. 863, was copied by Ismāʿīl al-ʿAmrūsī l-Dimashqī. The title page announces that the work will discuss the pacts concluded by Muslims wit…

 Qahr al-milla l-kufriyya bi-l-adilla l-Muḥammadiyya li-takhrīb dayr al-maḥalla l-Juwwāniyya

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
Qahr al-milla l-kufriyya‘Subduing the unbelieving community [of the Christians] with Muḥammadan arguments for the destruction of the monastery of al-Juwwāniyya quarter’, ‘Subduing the unbelieving community’ Abū l-Ikhlās Ḥasan ibn ʿAmmār al-Shurunbulālī Date: 1657/8 Original Language: Arabic Description This short treatise, along with Al-athar al-maḥmūd fī qahr dhawī l-ʿuhūd, deals with rulings on churches, namely, whether Christians should be permitted to build churches in countries with a majority Muslim population. It covers four pages (p…

Abū l-Ikhlāṣ al-Miṣrī

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Author(s): Haredy, Mohsen
Abū l-Ikhlās Ḥasan ibn ʿAmmār al-Shurunbulālī Date of Birth: 1585 Place of Birth: Shubrā Balūla, Minūfiyya, Egypt Date of Death: 1659 Place of Death: Cairo Biography Ḥasan ibn ʿAmmār ibn ʿAlī l-Shurunbulālī l-Ḥanafī, better known as Abū l-Ikhlāṣ al-Miṣrī, was also called al-Wafāʾī, as he was a follower of the al-Wafāʾī Sufi order. His father moved to Cairo when Abū l-Ikhlāṣ was six years old; there, during his childhood, he memorised the Qur’an and learned Islamic sciences. He visited Jerusalem in 1626 in the company of …