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Commentary of ʿAqīdah Ṭaḥāwiyyah by Qarī Muḥammad Ṭayyib

Commentary of ʿAqīdah Ṭaḥāwiyyah by Qarī Muḥammad Ṭayyib

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Commentary of Aqidah Tahawiyyah by Qari Muhammad Tayyib, former rector of Darul Uloom Deoband, India.
Commentary of Aqidah Tahawiyyah by Qari Muhammad Tayyib, former rector of Darul Uloom Deoband, India.

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Aqeedatul Tahawi - 1
All praise is due only to Allaah. We laud Him and beseechHis aid and beg forgiveness only from Him and believe inHim and rely solely on Him. We seek salvation in Himfrom the evils of our inner selves and the vices of ouractions. There is none to misguide one whom Allaahintends to guide. I bear witness that there is no one worthyof worship but Allaah, the One who has no partner. I alsotestify that Hadhrat Muhammad
is the faithful servantand the Last Rasul of Allaah. May Allaah Ta’ala’s mercybe on him, his family and his Sahabaah (Radia AllahuAnhum Ajmaeen) and may He bless them and raise theirstatus.By the Grace of Allaah the translation of “AqaaidulTahawi,” with the excellent commentary by HadhratMuhammad Qari Tayyob (A.R) is in your hands. We haveincluded :-1.)
Information on Imaam Tahawi (A.R);2.)
Brief History on Qari Tayyob (A.R);3.)
Used our “Quraan Made Easy” translation basicsfor the Ayats;4.)
Inserted the necessary Quraanic reference whichare not present in the original ;We have made the translation easy to follow and simple tounderstand. Also creating further sub – divisions in the textformat to enable readers to follow through systematically.Example, if the text has 3 points with 3 separatecommentaries, we tried as far as possible were practical toseparate the 3 point text into 1 point beneath which therelative respective commentary follows.
Aqeedatul Tahawi - 2 This work with it commentary from the Quraan, Ahadeethand sound logically elucidation should be utilized as astandard text book for higher learning.The current deviant sects and ideologies when examinedcarefully will reveal that actually and in reality these arebut the off shoots and siblings of the older by-gone falseconcepts of the confused sects which have been mentionedboth in the text (matn) and its valuable commentary. Onewho studies properly and diligently will be able face andanswer the objections, challenges, misgivings and falseinterpretations of the current flood of “Baatil” (erroneous)sects, which are misled and mis-leading.We make duaa for all who brought this dynamic work tosee the light of the day.We request readers not to forget us in their duaas.Allaah guides whomsoever He wants towards the Haqq.A. H. Elias (Mufti)1426/ 2005.
Aqeedatul Tahawi - 3
Imaam Al Tahawi
Imaam Abu Ja’far al Tahawi (239 – 321) can be said torepresent the creed of both Ash’aris and Maturidis,especially the latter, as he was also following the HanafiMadhab.Imaam Abu Ja’far Ahmad ibn Muhammad al –Azdi,known as Imaam Tahawi after his birthplace in Egypt, isamong the most outstanding authorities of the Islaamicworld on Hadith and jurisprudence (fiqh). He lived at atime when both the direct and indirect disciples of the FourImaams of law were teaching and practicing. This periodwas the greatest age of Hadith and fiqh studies, and ImaamTahawi studied with all the living authorities of the day. AlBadr al Ayni said that Imaam Tahawi was 12 when Ahmadpassed away, 27 when Bukhari passed away, 32 whenMuslim passed away, 44 when Ibn Majah passed away, 46when Abu Dawood passed away, 50 when Tirmidhi passedaway, 74 when Nis’aa passed away. Kawthari relates thisand adds the consensus of scholars that Tahawi allied inhimself in the two knowledge’s of Hadith and fiqh, aconsensus that included, among others, al – Ayni and al –Dhahabi. Ibn Kathir says in his notice on Tahawi in “AlBidaya wa al Nihaya:” “He is one of the trustworthynarrators of established reliability and one of the massivememorizes of Hadith.” Kawthari states: “No – onedisregards Tahawi’s knowledge of the defective Hadithexcept someone whose own defects have no remedy, andmay Allaah protect us from such.”Tahawi began his studies with his maternal uncle Isma’ilibn Yahya al Muzani, a leading disciple of Imam Shafi’i.However, Tahawi felt instinctively drawn to the corpus of Imaam Abu Hanifa’s works. Indeed, he has seen his uncle

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