Baba Ismail Sepanjang – Hashiyyah Al-Bajuri ‘Ala Syarh Ibnu Qasim ‘Ala Matan Abi Syuja’. Harga(Rp) 1: Terjemah al mirqotu shu’udit tashdiq; Syarah Sullamut Taufiq. Bajuri (lokal) Ebook Kitab Kuning Terjemah Kitab Bajuri. ; GAL II: 87ff), who also wrote a sharh on the kitab al-shama’il; as well as by Ibrahim al-Bajuri. The basic texts in madh/mawlid/qasida were often important.

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Welcome to Looh Press! Imam Muhammad Ibn Qasim al-Ghazzi d. Dar al-Minhaj Jeddah, Saudi. Students will often start bajuru studies by reading it from a basic commentary with their instructor. Many students will read it again from more advanced commentaries as they progress in their mastery of the subject.

This commentary is perhaps one of the most studied commentaries on Abu Shuja’ due to its simplistic and yet detailed nature, especially in its evidence deliberation. In many parts of the Muslim, like East Africa, Yemen and Indonesia this commentary is a kitav over any other commentary. In this Hashiyah imam al-Bajuri tries to further the Hashiyah of al-Birmawi who preceded him some century ago or so.

Although the later work is small in nature Imam al-Bajuri’s is widely known to have detailed the discussions and even further added his own verdicts usually preferring the opinions of others over his. Based on bajuru first ever print to have to rely on four totally different manuscripts. It is a 4 volumes huge rendition compared to your average 2 volume prints. This print contains somewhat extensive study of this Hashiyah and what scholars of the madhab said about it as well as its place in the school of Imam Shafi’i, specially later days opinions.

As usual there is also a studying the various commentaries on Matn al-ghayah as well as some of the most important and relied upon Hawashi works. Abu Tahir As-Silafi [died A. H] said after reporting this narration. He mentioned this [hadith] to me around A. I asked him about when he was born and he told me A. His biographers mention that when he was the Wazir vizierhe was just and cared for justice for all.


After retiring from his position of wazir, he traveled to Medinah and became an ascetic, divorcing the needs of this world. He became the custodian, cleaning and arranging the Masjid of the Prophet Muhammad until he died!

This date was also professed by Ibn Al-Athir as well. He accepts this opinion though states that some say he died in A. Several commentaries have been written on it and we shall mention these later. You can download it from ShafiiFiqh. Less popular attempts for versification include but are not limited to works by: It has numerous meta-commentaries: He wrote various works, perhaps the more well known works consist of. His name was Ibrahim b. He was also popularly bauuri in most of his work refer him as al-Bayjuri however the correct version is al-Bajuri.

Early on he excelled in the qur’an and then moved on to al-Azhar wherein he bajkri with many of its scholars. He become one of Azhars deans and headed there for a quite a time. Imam al-Bajuri studied with bajkri of the most prominent scholars of his time, these included: He taught many of its prestigious students. Imam al-Bajuri is also know as a prolific author who penned many commentaries supra commentaries.

Over 20 completed works are listed to have been attributed to al-Bajuri not to mention a further 6 unfinished works. Among the other works are: The chronicles relate him as a deeply pious man devoted to seeking oitab and seeking its benefits, as well as to educating others and benefiting them thereby.


He is described as one whose tongue was always ”wet with praise” of Allah and with the recitation of the Qur’an, which he would complete in a day and a night,or nearly so. His love for the Prophet and his Family is also noted, and it is said he would visit their bajhri often. Bayt al-Afkar al-Dawliyyah Saud. Books – Publisher Beirut. Cambridge University Press UK. Dar ‘Aalim al-Kutub Riyad. Dar al-Imam Yusuf al-Nabhani. Dar al-Nur al-Mubin Jordan.

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Dar as-Sunnah Publishers UK. Dar Ibn al-Jawzi Saudi. Dar Ibn Hazm Beirut. Dar Ibn Kathir Syria-Beirut.

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Dar Ihya al-Turath al-Arabi. Dar Nur as-Sabah Syria. Dar Usul al-Din Egypt. Madbacadda Iftiinka Aqoonta Swe.

Maktaba Ma’ariful Quran Karachi. Maktabah Ma’arif al-Qur’an Paki. Maktabat Dar al-Daqqaq Syria. Maktabat Dar al-Fajri Syria. Maktabat Dar al-Falah Syria.

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Markaz al-Furqan liTa’lim al-Qur. Muslims at Work South Africa. Other Publishers; Middle East. Oxford University Press UK. The Horn Publisher UK. Visions of Reality UK. Zam Zam Publishers Pakistan. He wrote various works, perhaps the more bajri known works consist of; al-Ayat al-Bayyinat, a commentary of Jam’ al-Jawami. Reviews Add to Wish List.

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