Shuab -ul- Iman By Imam Bayhaqi (r.a) Urdu Translation By Shaykh Qazi Malik Al-Sunan al-Kubra by Imam al-Bayhaqi () remains one of the most. Read Online Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Volume 6 Volume 7 Download Volume 1  Volume 2  Volume 3. Abū Bakr Aḥmad ibn Ḥusayn Ibn ‘Alī ibn Mūsa al-Khosrojerdi al-Bayhaqi (Arabic) , البيهقي also known as Imām al-Bayhaqi was born CE/ AH in the.
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He was the most prominent student of Imam Malik ibn Anas and he also served as the Governor of Najar. Dawud al-Zahiri was said to be the first to write such a biography, but the book has been lost.
The following is what seems to be a sensible reading, according to a modern reductionist perspective. This lineage may have given him prestige, arising from his belonging to the tribe of Muhammadand his great-grandfather’s kinship to him. Furthermore, his maternal family roots were from Al- Yemenand there were more members of his family in Mecca, where his mother believed he would better be taken care of. At ten, he had committed Imam Malik’s Muwatta’ to heart, at which time his teacher would deputize him to teach in his absence.
Accounts differ on the age in which he set out to Medina; an account placed his age at thirteen,  while another stated that he was in his twenties. It was also postulated that this unfortunate incident impelled him to devote the rest of his career to legal studies, never again to seek government service. By this time, his stature as a jurist had grown sufficiently to permit him to establish an independent line of legal speculation.
The Governor of Egypt, with whom al-Shafi’i had good relations, ordered Fityan punished by having him paraded through the streets of the city carrying a plank and stating the reason for his punishment.
Fityan’s supporters were enraged by this treatment and attacked Shafi’i in retaliation after one of his lectures. Al-Shafi’i died a few days later. The precise cause of his death is thus unknown. Scholar John Burton goes farther, crediting Al-Shafi’i not just with establishing the science of fiqh in Islam, but its importance to the religion.
With this systematization of shari’ahe provided a legacy of unity for all Muslims and forestalled the development of independent, regionally based legal systems. The four Sunni legal schools or madhhabs keep their traditions within the framework that Shafi’i established.
It is followed in many different places in the Islamic world: Saladin built a madrassah and a shrine on the site of his tomb. Saladin ‘s brother Afdal built a mausoleum for him in after the defeat of the Fatamids. It remains a site where people petition for justice. In addition to this, al-Shafi’i was an eloquent poet, who composed many short poems aimed at addressing morals and behavior.
Many stories are told about the childhood and life of al-Shafi’i, and it is difficult to separate truth from myth:.
He recited the Qur’an every day in prayer, and twice a day in Ramadan. Some apocryphal accounts claim he was very handsome, that his beard did not exceed the length of his fist, and that it was very black. He wore a ring that was inscribed with the words, “Allah suffices Muhammad ibn Idris as a reliance. He was also an accomplished archer,  a poet and some accounts call him the most eloquent of his time. Some accounts claim that there was a group of Bedouin who would come and sit to listen to him, not for the sake of learning, but just to listen to his eloquent use of the language.
Even in later eras, his speeches and works were used by Arabic grammarians. He was given the title of Nasir al-Sunnah, the Defender of the Sunnah. Al Muzani said of him, “He said in the Old School: No one preceded him in writing down the hadith in a book.
Shah Waliullah Dehlawian 18th century Sunni Islamic scholar stated: A Mujadid appears at the end of every century: According to many accounts, he was said to have a photographic memory. One anecdote states that he would always cover one side of a book while reading because a casual glance at the other page would commit it to memory.
He claimed that the game of chess was an image of war, and it was possible to play chess as a mental exercise for the solution of military tactics. Chess could not be played for a stake, but if a player was playing for a mental exercise, he was not doing anything illegal.
Provided the player took care that his fondness for chess did not cause him to break any other rule of life, he saw no harm in playing chess. He played chess himself, defending his practice by the example of many of his companions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For the village in Iran, see Imam Shafi, Iran. Part of a series on Sunni Islam. Sunni schools of law. Sunni schools of theology.
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Retrieved 10 May Abdullah ibn Alawi al-Haddad. Muhammad Hayyat ibn Ibrahim al-Sindhi.
Muhammad — prepared the Constitution of Medinataught the Quranand advised his companions. Ali fourth caliph taught. AishaMuhammad’s wife and Abu Bakr ‘s daughter taught.
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Abd Allah ibn Abbas taught. Zayd ibn Thabit taught. Umar second caliph taught. Abu Hurairah — taught. Alqama ibn Qays died taught. Husayn ibn Ali — taught.
Qasim ibn Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr taught and raised by Aisha. Urwah ibn Zubayr died taught by Aisha, he then taught. Said ibn al-Musayyib taught.
Abdullah ibn Umar taught. Abd Allah ibn al-Zubayr taught by Aisha, he then taught. Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin — taught. Hisham ibn Urwah taught. Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri died taught. Salim ibn Abd-Allah ibn Umar taught. Umar ibn Abdul Aziz raised and taught by Abdullah ibn Umar.
Hammad bin ibi Sulman taught. Muhammad al-Baqir taught. Farwah bint al-Qasim Abu Bakr’s great grand daughter Jafar’s mother.
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Zayd ibn Ali Malik ibn Anas — wrote Muwattajurisprudence from early Medina period now mostly followed by Sunni in Africa and taught. Abu Yusuf wrote Usul al-fiqh. Isma’il ibn Jafar Ahmad ibn Hanbal — wrote Musnad Ahmad ibn Hanbal jurisprudence followed by Sunni and hadith books. Muhammad al-Bukhari wrote Sahih al-Bukhari hadith books. Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj wrote Sahih Muslim hadith books.