Islamic Law - Maliki 1727 (1)

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Country of Origin

Algeria, North Africa

Source

Jurisprudence on Law Ibrahim al-Shabrakhiti's Sharh Mkhtasar Khalil

Date

1727

Language

Arabic

Script

Maghribi

Scribe

Abdul-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Abil-Qasim al-Anabi

Size of Leaf

220 x 160 mm approximately [8.66 x 6.30 in.]

Condition

Fine

Description

A arabic manuscript leaf of Ibrahim al-Shabrakhiti's Sharh Mkhtasar Khalil, jurisprudence on Law (Maliki Law), copied by Abdul-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Abil-Qasim al-'Anabi,from the library of Reinaud, North Africa, probably Algeria, dated AH 1140/ AD1727 on paper (220 x 160 mm.). Maliki is one of the four schools of Fiqh or religious law within Sunni Islam, named for Malik ibn Anas (ca. 710-95), a leading jurist from Medina. This school recorded the Medina consensus of opinion, and uses hadith (tradition) as a guide. The Maliki branch of law uses community practice (sunna), prefer traditional opinions (ra'y) and analogical reasoning (qiyas) instead of a strict reliance on the hadith as a basis for legal judgment. There are twenty-five lines of Maghribi script in black ink with important words picked outr in red ink. Verso: twenty-five lines of Maghribi script in black ink with important words picked outr in red ink.

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