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Sa"d b. Manṣūr Ibn Kammūna"s examination of the inquiries into the three faiths

Sa"d ibn Manб№ЈЕ«r Ibn KammЕ«nah

Sa"d b. Manṣūr Ibn Kammūna"s examination of the inquiries into the three faiths

a thirteenth-century essay in comparative religion. Edited by Moshe Perlmann.

by Sa"d ibn Manб№ЈЕ«r Ibn KammЕ«nah

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religions -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesExamination of the inquiries into the three faiths
    SeriesUniversity of California publications. Near Eastern studies, v. 6
    ContributionsPerlmann, Moshe,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL75 I34
    The Physical Object
    Pagination119p.
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18291122M

    Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud. When he was still a youth, not yet past the age of puberty, he used to roam the mountain trails of Makkah far away from people, tending the flocks of a Quraysh chieftain, Uqbah ibn Muayt. People called him "Ibn Umm Abd"- the son of the mother of a slave. His real name was Abdullah and his father's name was Mas'ud.   This is a book that has received endorsement from five Infallible Imams. This is the first book of the Shi’a containing knowledge of Traditions, History, Theology and Commentary. The author was born in Kufa and came to Madinah but was not able to see The Prophet SAWW. However, he was a trustworthy companion to Five A’immah AS.

    This variant was likewise recorded in the codices of Ubayy ibn Ka'b (Jeffery, p) as well as those of Ibn Abbas (p), Ikrima (p) and Mujahid ibn Jabr (p), except that in these three cases the statement that Muhammad is the father of the believers precedes that . Bestsellers 1. Authentic Hadeeth W/Translation, Al-Jami li-Hady al-Habib 2. Abridged Riyad As-Salihin (Y Nabhani) & Sharh Nuzhat al-Muttaqin 3. Provisions for the Seekers: Zad al-Talibin of Shaykh Ashiq Ilahi 4. Umdatul-Ahkam: Principles Islamic Rulings Classical Hanbali Fiqh 5. Muntakhab Ahadith: M M Yousuf Khandhlawi (English Translation) 6. OUR MASTER MUHAMMAD THE MESSENGER OF .

      Ibn Khaldun’s Muqaddimah is the “introduction” to his seven-volume history of the Arab and Berber people, and history of the world (up to his time and from what he knew of the world via sources and travelling). The Kitab Al-‘Ibar is the full text name, but it is his lengthy introduction (the Muqaddimah) that is fondly remembered by scholars of many stripes: sociologists, philosophers. By Him besides Whom there is no god! I learnt more than seventy surahs from the lips of the Apostle of Allah, may Allah bless him, while Zayd Ibn Thabit was a youth, having two locks and playing with the youth.” (Ibn Sa'd, Kitab al-Tabaqat al-Kabir, Vol. 2, p) .


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IBN KAMMŪNA, SAʿD IBN MANṢŪRIBN KAMMŪNA, SA ʿD IBN MANṢŪR (c. –), philosopher, probably an oculist, who lived in Baghdad. Possibly a state employee for a time under the pagan Mongols, Ibn Kammūna was titled ʿIzz al-Dawla; his son, who served as an official, was titled Najm al-Dawla.

When his life was in danger, high Muslim officials saved him. IBN KAMMŪNA, SAʿD IBN MANṢŪR (c. –), philosopher, probably an oculist, who lived in Baghdad. Possibly a state employee for a time under the pagan Mongols, Ibn Kammūna was titled ʿIzz al-Dawla; his son, who served as an official, was titled Najm his life was in danger, high Muslim officials saved him.

Of the major writings of 'Izz al-Dawla Sa'd bin Mansur ibn Kammuna, only the two that compare the views of religious communities have been published thus far. The longer one, the Tanqih al-abhath fi akhbar al-milal al-thalath (An Overview of Investigations into the Views of the Three Faiths)is sui generisin medieval literature.

Al-Manṣūr, the second caliph of the ʿAbbāsid dynasty (–), generally regarded as the real founder of the ʿAbbāsid caliphate. He established the capital city at Baghdad (–). Al-Manṣūr was born at Al-Ḥumaymah, the home of the ʿAbbāsid family after their emigration from the Hejaz in. Abū ʿĀmir al-Manṣūr, in full Muḥammad ibn Abū ʿĀmir al-Manṣūr, Latin and Spanish Almanzor, (born c.

—died Aug. 10,Spain), the chief minister and virtual ruler of the Umayyad caliphate of Córdoba for 24 years (–). Manṣūr was descended from a member of the Arab army that conquered began his career as a professional letter writer, becoming the. Al-Manṣūr, in full Abū Jaʿfar ʿAbd Allāh al-Manṣūr ibn Muḥammad (born –, Al-Ḥumaymah, Syria [Jordan]—died October 7,near Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia]) the second caliph of the ʿAbbāsid dynasty (–), generally regarded as the real founder of the ʿAbbāsid established the capital city at Baghdad (–).

that they, and not the Umayyads, were the legitimate rulers of the Islamic world. in an emotional and mystical union with Allah. that the leadership of the Islamic world had to pass through the line of Ali.

Ibn `Umar used to say in such a case, The manumitted should manumit the slave completely if he has sufficient money to pay the rest of the price of that slave (which is to be justly estimated) and the other shareholders are to take the price of their shares and the slave is freed (released from slavery).

Sayyid Ibn Taawoos (r.a.) has brought two incidents from the book ‘Al-Awsiyaa’ that describe the end of the Abbaside Caliphs Mo’tasim and Motazid, the murderers of Imam Hasan al-Askari (a.s.).

In the same manner, we find that Ali Ibn Ziyad wrote a letter to Imam az-Zaman (a.t.f.s.) seeking a. Ibn ‘Umar said: The people fell into fallacy by this statement of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) about the traditions they used to narrate concerning one hundred years.

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: No one of those who are present today on the surface of the earth. B Number 'Imran b. Hussain said: A man who had no other property emancipated six slaves of his at the time of his death. When the Prophet (may peace be upon him) was informed about it, he spoke severely of him.

He then called for them, divided them into three sections, cast lots among them, and emancipated two and kept four in slavery. Narrated Ibn 'Umar: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said: Islam is based on (the following) five (principles): 1.

To testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and Muhammad is Allah's Messenger (ﷺ). To offer the (compulsory congregational) prayers. • Sunan Ibn Majah, Book of Manumission (of Slaves), Hadith It was narrated that Shurahbil bin Simt said: I said to Ka'b bin Murrah, tell us a Hadith from the Messenger of Allah ﷺ, but be careful.

He said: I heard the Messenger of Allah ﷺ say: “Whoever frees a Muslim man, he will be his ransom from the Fire; each of his bones will. Ibn al-Athir, a Muslim historian, describes the Mongol invasions as A) the most terrible event ever to befall the Muslim world.

B) not as quick as the conquests of Alexander the Great. C) a pathetic attempt to invade a land defended by God's chosen people. D) a necessary evil to. Ibn Sa'd said: Ibraahim Ibn Muhammad Ibn Sharhabiil Al-'Abdriy related from his father/ who said: Mus'ab Ibn 'Umair carried the standard on the Day of Uhud.

When the Muslims were scattered, he stood fast until he met Ibn Qumaah who was a knight. 2- All the Mutawatir Qira’ats do include al-mu’awwazatayn (and certainly al-Fatiha as well). And four of the Mutawatir Qira’ats can be traced back to the Holy Prophet –may Allah’s blessings be upon him- through Abdullah ibn Mas’ud.

Here I briefly mention the Mutawatir Qira’ats through Ibn Mas’ud –may Allah be pleased with him with reference to a monumental work on the subject.

Ishak b. Salih el-Juzjani (writer from Al-Farq wat Tamyiz),Nusayr b. Yahya al-Balkhi and Qadilqudat Muhammad b. Mukatil ar-Razi. Abu Nasr al-Iyazi was his teacher and friend. Abu Bakr al-Juzjani was the pupil of Abu Sulayman Musa b. Sulayman el-Juzjani, who was the pupil of Imam Abu Yusuf and Imam Muhammad Ash-Shaybani.

Muhammad b. Narrated Masruq: Abdullah bin Mas'ud was mentioned before Abdullah bin Amr who said, "That is a man I still love, as I heard the Prophet (saw) saying, 'Learn the recitation of the Qur'an from four: from Abdullah bin Mas'ud - he started with him - Salim, the freed slave of Abu Hudhaifa, Mu'adh bin Jabal and Ubai bin Ka'b".

Abū Kāmil Shujāʿ ibn Aslam ibn Muḥammad Ibn Shujāʿ (Latinized as Auoquamel, Arabic: أبو كامل شجاع بن أسلم بن محمد بن شجاع ‎, also known as al-ḥāsib al-miṣrī—lit. "the Egyptian reckoner") (c. – c. ) was an Egyptian mathematician during the Islamic Golden is considered the first mathematician to systematically use and accept.

Abu Nasri Mansur ibn Ali ibn Iraq (Persian: أبو نصر منصور بن علی بن عراق ‎; c. – ) was a Persian Muslim mathematician and is well known for his work with the spherical sine law. Abu Nasr Mansur was born in Gilan, Persia, to the ruling family of Khwarezm, the Afrighids. He was thus a prince within the political sphere.

Volume 5, B Number 2: Narrated Imran bin Husain: “Allah’s Apostle said, ‘The best of my followers are those living in my generation (i.e. my contemporaries). and then those who will follow the latter” ‘Imran added, “I do not remember whether he mentioned two or three generations after his generation, then the Prophet added, ‘There will come after you, people who will bear.It is related that Zirr said, "I asked Ubayy ibn Ka'b, ‘Abu'l-Mundhir, your brother Ibn Mas'ud says such and such [about the two refuge verses not being part of the Qur'an].’ Ubayy said, 'I asked the Messenger of Allah and he told me, 'I was told them [i.e.

they were revealed] and so I stated them.'.