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| (4) Four Publications:
The Four Imams and Their Schools
By Gibril Fuad Haddad
Foreward by Sayyid Yusuf Hashim al-Rifa'i
Paperback 551 Pages,
Muslim Academic Trust, London; - at < kitaabun >
The edition is in English with some Arabic.
"The Great Edifice of Islamic Law is held up by four towering figures of
the early middle ages: Abu Hanifa, Malik, al-Shafi'i, and Ibn Hanbal.
Because of their immense dedication and intellectual acuity, these men
enjoy recognition to this day as Islam's most influential scholars."
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|The Refutation of he who attributes direction to Allah|
This short theological tract,
Fi Nafi al-Jiha, or On Denying
Direction to God, by the Ashari theologian and celebrated
Shafi'i jurist, Qadi Ibn Jahbal (d. 733/1333), is a clinical
rebuttal of the controversial fatwa, the Aqida Hamawiyya,
penned by his legendary contemporary, Ibn Taymiyya (d. 728/1328).
It is considered, rightly, a classic manifesto of anti-literalism,
which will be an indispensable reference for advanced students of
Islamic theology, other professional theologians, and modern
academics needing primary source materials in English or a
source book on the controversies surrounding Ibn Taymiyya's theology.
see also: c/f The Fatwâ H.amawiyya by Ibn Taymiyya
From the Two Holy Sanctuaries: A Hajj Journal. This is a revised
and updated edition of the one which Sidi Gibril F Haddad first
published in Damascus in 1999.
Amal Press published it.
Sunna Notes Volumes 1 and 2 are two new books by
Dr. Gibril F Haddad,
"The purpose of this book is to do away once and for all with perilous
misconceptions and to present over 160 proofs for the Sunni understanding
of Sunna and bid'a as it was and continues to be set forth in classical,
moderate, mainstream Islam according to the Sunni Salaf and Khalaf
including the Four Schools of Fiqh."