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Authors

  • 'Ali al-Fifi

    'Ali ibn Jabir al-Fifi. Contemporary, author of several beneficial titles for ordinary Muslims.

  • Abd al-Ghani al-Maqdisi (600H)

    Taqi ad-Din Abu Muhammad AbdulGhani ibn AbdulWahid al-Maqdisi (541-600H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Alim, al-Hafidh al-Kabir, As-Sadiq, al-Qudwah, al-'Abid, al-Athari, al- Muttabi', 'Alim al-Huffadh. Great Hanbali scholar, with Aqida Atharya, author of Umdah al-Ahkam.

  • Abd Allah Aba Butayn (1282H)

    Al-Allaamah Abd Allah ibn Abd ar-Rahman Aba Butayn (1194-1282H), the Mufti of Najd in his time (13th century), one of the great scholars of Da'wah Najdiyyah.

  • Abdallah as-Sa'd

    Sheykh 'AbdALLAH ibn 'Abder-Rahman as-Sa'd. Saudi scholar Muhaddith.

  • AbdAllah Duwaych (1409H)

    Shaykh Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ad-Duwaysh (1373-1409H)

  • AbdAllah ibn al-imam Ahmad (290H)

    Abdullah ibn Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (213-290H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, an-Naqid, Muhaddith Baghdad. He is the son of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal, from whom he transmitted the Hadith, the Fiqh and the words, continuing his work.

  • Abdallah ibn Humayd (1402H)

    Shaykh Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Humayd (1329-1402H)

  • Abdel Aziz Aal Sheikh (Mufti)

    The Sheikh, The Mufti, Abdel Aziz ibn Abd Allah Aal Ash-Sheikh (Mufti).

  • AbdelKarim al-Khudayr

    Shaykh Abd al-Karim ibn Abd Allah ibn Abd ar-Rahman al-Khudayr.

  • Abdellatif ibn Abderrahman Aal Shaykh (1293H)

    Shaykh Abd Al-Latif ibn Abd ar-Rahman ibn Hasan Aal ash-Shaykh (1225-1293H), one of the great scholars of Da'wah Najdiyyah.

  • AbdelMuhsin al-'Abbad

    Cheikh AbdelMuhsin al-'Abbaad al-Badr, he teaches in the Prophet's Mosque in Medina since the year 1406H.

  • AbderRahman aal-Shaykh (1285H)

    Shaykh Abdurrahman ibn Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn Abdelwahhab (1193-1285H)

    The grandson of Imam Muhammad ibn Abdel-Wahhab, one of the great scholars of Da'wah Najdiyyah.

  • AbderRahman Rafat al-Bacha (1406H)

    AbderRahman Rafat al-Bacha (1338-1406H)

  • Abderrazzaq al-Badr

    Shaykh Abdurrazzaaq ibn AbdelMuhsin al-'Abbaad al-Badr.

  • Abdulaziz at-Tarifi

    Among his Shuyukhs are Sheikh ibn Baz, Sheikh al-Barrak, Sheikh Abdelkarim al-Khudayr, Safi al-Rahman al-Mubarakfuri, Abdullah ibn 'Aqil, Salih Aal al-Sheikh.

  • Abdulaziz ibn 'Ali al-Harbi

    Dr. Sheikh Abdulaziz bin 'Ali al-Harbi author of many extremely beneficial books in the Arabic language, Fiqh, Tafsir etc ...

  • AbdulQadir al-Jilani (561H)

    Muhi ad-Din Abu Muhammad Abd al-Qadir ibn Abd Allah al-Jilaani (470-561H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, az-Zahid, al-'Arif, al-Qudwah, Shaykh al-Islam, 'Alam al-Awliyyah. There is a lot of Karamat reported. Madhhab & Aqida Hanbali.

  • Abou Hassan Al Ash'ari (324H)

    Abu al-Hasan 'Ali ibn Isma'il al-Ash'ari (260-324H)

    Al-'Allamah, Imam al-Mutakallimin. A great intelligence, he was at first Mut'azili, then he repented of these beliefs and refuted them strongly, and he died on the Sunnah.

  • Abu Amr Ad-Dani (444H)

    Abu 'Amr' Uthman ibn Sa'id ad-Dani (371-444H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Mujawwad, al-Muqri, Aalim al-Andalus. The ultimate reference in the science of Qira'at and Masahif, his works are unavoidable. Maliki of Madhhab.

  • Abu Bakr Al-Athram (273H)

    Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Muhammad Al-Athram (?-273H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-'Allamah. He was among the disciples of Imam Ahmad and among the teachers of the Imam an-Nassa'i.

  • Abu Bakr al-Isma'ili (371H)

    Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Isma'ili (277-371H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Hujjah, Shaykh al-Muhaddithin wal-Fuqahae, Shaykh al-Islam wa Shaykh ash-Shafi'iyyah. It was a great reference of his time. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Abu Dawud (275H)

    Abu Dawud Sulayman ibn al-Ash'ath as-Sijistani (202-275H)

    Al-Imam, Shaykh as-Sunnah, Muqaddim al-Huffadh, Muhaddith Basrah. He is the author of the famous book as-Sunan, which appears in the six mother books of the Hadith.

  • Abu Dawud at-Tayalassi (204H)

    Al-Imam, al-Muhaddith, al-Hafidh, Abu Dawud Sulayman ibn Dawud al-Jarood at-Tayalissi (133-204H).

  • Abu Hatim Ar-Razi (277H)

    Abu Hatim Muhammad ibn Idriss ar-Razi (195-277H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, an-Naqid, Shaykh al-Muhaddithin. An ocean of science in the Hadith and Jarh wa Tadil, and a great connoisseur of the Fiqh and the Aqeeda of the Sahaba and Tabi.

  • Abu Ishaq al-Fazzari (186H)

    Abu Ishaq Ibrahim ibn Muhammed Al-Fazzari (? -186H)

    Al-Imam, Al-Hujja, Sheikh al-Islam, Al-Imam al-Kabir, Al-Hafidh, Al-Mujahid.

  • Abu Ishaq as-Shirazi (476H)

    Abu Ishaq Ibrahim ibn Ali as-Shirazi as-Shafi'i (393-476H)

    As-Sheikh, al-Imam, al-Qudwa, al-Mujtahid, Shaykh al-Islam, one of the great scholars of Madhab Shafi'i.

  • Abu Isma’il Al-Harawi (481H)

    Abu Ismail AbdALLAH ibn Muhammed ibn Ali Al-Ansari Al-Harawi (396-481H)

    Al-Imam, Al-Qudwah, Al-Hafiz Al-Kabir, Sheikh Al-Islam.

  • Abu Muhammad Al-Juwayni (438H)

    Abu Muhammad Abdallah ibn Yusuf Al-Juwayni (? -438H)

    Shaykh ash-Shafi'iyyah, al-Faqih, al-Muhaqqiq, al-Nahwi, al-Mufassir, al-Mujtahid. He is the father of Imam al-Haramayn, he is part of Ashab al-Wujuh among the Shafii.

  • Abu Muhammad ash-Shatibi (590H)

    Abu Muhammad al-Qassim ibn Firruh ash-Shatibi al-Andalusi (538-590H)

    Ash-Shaykh, al-Imam, al-'Alim al-'Amil, al-Qudwah, Sayyid al-Quraa. One of the most eminent Imams of the Qira'at, author of matn Ash-Shatibiyyah. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Abu Nu'aym al-Asbahani (430H)

    Abu Nu'aym Ahmad ibn Abdallah al-Asbahani (336-430H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, at-Thiqah, al-'Allamah, As-Sufi, Sheikh al-Islam. Among the great Huffadh of his time, author of the famous Hiliyah al-Awliyyah. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Abu Shamah al-Maqdissi (665H)

    Abu Shamah Abderrahman ibn Isma'il ibn Ibrahim al-Maqdissi ash-Shafi'i (599-665H).

    Al-Imam, al-Hafiz, al-'Allamah, al-Mujtahid, Dhu al-Funun, al-Muqri, an-Nahwi.

  • Abu Sheikh al-Asbahani (369H)

    AbdALLAH ibn Muhammad ibn Ja'far al-Asbhani, better known by Abu Sheikh (274-369H).

    Al-Imam, al-Hafiz, as-Sadiq, Muhaddith Asbahan.

  • Abu Shuja' al-Asfahani (500H)

    Al-Imam al-Qadhi Ahmad ibn Husayn ibn Ahmad al-Asfahani ash-Shafi'i (433-500H)

  • Abul-Hasan an-Nadwi (1420H)

    Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi (1341-1420H)

  • Ad-Daraqutni (385H)

    'Ali ibn' Umar ad-Daraqutni (306-385H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Mujawwid, Shaykh al-Islam, al-Muqri, al-Muhaddith. He excelled in all sciences, Qiraat, Nahu, Tarikh ... but it is especially for the Hadith and the science of 'Ilaal that he is known.

  • Ad-Dardir (1201H)

    Al-'Allaamah Abi al-Barakat Ahmad ibn Muhammad ad-Dardir (1127-1201H), Imam maliki.

  • Ad-Darimi (255H)

    Al-Hafidh Abdullah ibn Aderrahman ad-Darimi (181-255H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, Ahad al-'A'lam, Abu Muhammad. He was the Hafidh of Samarqand of his time. Author of Mousnad (or Sunan) which is part of the 9 books of the Hadith.

  • Adh-Dhahabi (748H)

    Shams ad-Din Abu Abdillah Muhammad ibn Ahmad Adh-Dhahabi (673-748H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, Muarrikh al-Islam, Muhaddith al-'Asr, Khatim al-Huffadh. Great specialist in Hadith, History and Biographies. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Ahmad Shakir (1377H)

    Al-Muhaddith, al-Mufassir, al-Faqih, al-Adeeb, Sheikh Ahmad ibn Muhammad Shakir, Abu al-Ashbal (1309-1377H)

  • Al-'Izz ibn Abdessalam (660H)

    Sheikh al-Islam wal-Muslimeen, Ahad al-Aimmah al-A'lam, Sultan al-'Ulema, Imam 'Asrihi, as-Sheikh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Waheed 'Asrihi, Sheikh as-Shafi'iyyah, 'Izz ad-Din 'Abd al-'Aziz ibn Abd as-Salam (577-660H).

  • Al-'Ubaylan

    Shaykh Abu Abd ar-Rahman Abd Allah ibn Salih al-'Ubaylan

  • Al-Adhim Abadi (1329H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Muhaqqiq, al-Muhaddith, Muhammad Sharaf al-Haqq al-'Adheem Abadi (1273-1329H).

  • Al-Ajurry (360H)

    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Hussain al-Ajurry (264-360H)

    Al-Imam, al-Muhaddith, al-Qudwah, Shaykh al-Haram al-Sharif. He was truthful, very pious, he was a person of the Sunnah and the Follower. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Akbari (616H)

    Muhib ad-Din Abu al-Baqaa Abd Allah ibn Husain al-'Akbari al-Hanbali (538-616H)

    Ash-Shaykh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Nahwi, al-Bari', al-Faradi. A great Hanbali scholar who wrote several works (Tafsir, I'rab, Fiqh, Lugha).

  • Al-Albany (1420H)

    al-Imam, al-Muhaddith, al-'Allaamah, Sheikh Muhammad Nasir ad-Din al-Albany (1332-1420H)

  • Al-Ba'li (1192 H)

    Abder-Rahman ibn AbdiLLAH Al-Ba'li Al-Hanbali (1110-1192H)

    As-Sheikh, al-'Alim, al-Fadil, as-Salih, al-Faqih, al-Bari'. One of the great scholars of the Hanabila.

  • Al-Baghawi (516H)

    Abu Muhammad Al-Husayn ibn Mas'ud al-Baghawi (433-516H)

    Ash-Shaykh al-Imam al-'Allamah, al-Qudwah, Al-Hafidh, Shaykh al-Islam, al-Mufassir. An Imam so important that he was nicknamed Muhyi as-Sunnah and Rukn ad-Deen. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Baghdadi (429H)

    Abu Mansour Abdel Qahir ibn Tahir al-Baghdadi (? -429H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, al-Bari ', Al-Mutafannin, al-Ustadh. Among the greatest scholars Shafii, he excelled in all areas and wrote several quality books.

  • Al-Bajuri (1277H)

    Al-Imam al-Faqih, Ibrahim ibn Muhammad al-Bajoori (1198-1277H)

    An Egyptian Shafi'i scholar, he was Shaykh of Jaami' al-Azhar from 1263 to 1277 H.

  • Al-Barbahaary (329H)

    Al-Hassan ibn 'Ali ibn Khalaf al-Barbahary (? -329H)

    Shaykh al-Hanabilah, al-Qudwah, al-Imam, Al-Faqih, az-Zahid. He was tough on people of innovation and sin, he refuted Abu al-Hassan al-Achari in his time.

  • Al-Barrak

    Shaykh Abdur Rahmaan ibn Nasir Al-Barrak

    Saudi scholar, he was a student of Cheikh ibn Baz for 51 years. He was one of the three scholars whom Sheikh Uthaymin recommended before his death, with al-Fawzan and ar-Rajihi. Hanbali.

  • Al-Bassam (1423H)

    Shaykh Abdullah ibn Abderrahman Al-Bassam (1346-1423H)

  • Al-Baydawi (685H)

    Al-Imam al-Qadi Nasir ad-Din 'Abd Allah ibn 'Umar al-Baydawi (685H)

  • Al-Bayhaqi (458H)

    Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn al-Husain al-Bayhaqi (384-458H)

    Al-Hafidh, al-'Allamah, ath-Thabt, al-Faqih, Shaykh al-Islam, ad-Dayyin, al-Wari'. Great Muhaddith, very pious, author of many books. He is one of the most eminent Shafii scholars.

  • Al-Buhuti (1051H)

    Mansur Ibn Yunus Al-Buhuti (1000-1051H)

    One of the great scholars of the Hanabila. The Sheikh of Hanbila in Egypt, author of many works in the Fiqh Hanbali which are today pillars and references of the Madhab.

  • Al-Bukhary (256H)

    Muhammad ibn Isma'il al-Bukhari (194-256H)

    Imam al-Muslimin, Qudwah al-Muwahhidin, Sheikh al-Muminin, Sheikh al-Islam, Imam al-Huffaz, Taaj al-Fuqaha, Umdat al-Muhaddithin, Sayyid al-Huffaz.

    The author of the most famous and most authentic collection of Prophetic Hadiths: Al-Jami' al-Musnad as-Sahih, known as Sahih al-Bukhari.

  • Al-Buwayti (231H)

    Abu Ya'qub Yusuf ibn Yahya al-Misri al-Buwayti (231H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-'Abid, az-Zahid, al-Faqih, al-Munadhir, Sayyid al-Fuqaha. A mountain among the mountains of science, one of the greatest pupils of Imam Shafi'i.

    He was tested, imprisoned and chained for not having said that the Quran is created, he died in prison -may ALLAH have mercy on him-.

  • Al-Faryaabi (301H)

    Abi Bakr Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Faryaabi (207-301H)

    Al-Imam al-Hafidh at-Thabt, Shaykh al-Waqt, al-Qadi. He wrote his first book at 14 years. He learned from Ishaq ibn Rahawayh, Ibn Abi Shaybah, Ali ibn al-Madini ...

  • Al-Fawzan

    Salih ibn Fawzan al-Fawzan

    One of the most important contemporary Salafi scholar, member of the Lajna ad-Daima and the Kibar al-Ulema assembly of Saudi Arabia. He commented many books in Aqeedah and in Fiqh Hanbali.

  • Al-Fayrouzabadi (816H)

    Majd ud-Din Muhammad ibn Ya'qub Al-Fairuzabadi (729-816H), al-Lughawi, as-Shafi'i, al-'Allamah.

  • Al-Ghazali (505H)

    Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad at-Tusi, Abou Hamid al-Ghazali (450-505H)

    Ash-Shaykh, al-Imam, al-Bahr, Hujjat ul-Islam, Zayn ud-Din, one of the great scholars of Fiqh Shafi'i.

  • Al-Hafidh al-'Iraqi (806H)

    Abu al-Fadl Zayn ad-Din 'Abder-Rahim ibn al-Husayn al-'Iraqi (725-806H)

    Al-Hafidh al-Kabir, al-Mufid, al-Mutqin, al-Muharrir, an-Naqid, al-Muhaddith. A great Egyptian Muhaddith, author of very profitable works in the sciences of Hadith.

  • Al-Hafidh al-Hazimi (584H)

    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Moussa al-Hazimi (548-584H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Hujjah, al-Naqid, al-Nassabah, al-Bari. Pious, intelligent, he specialized in the sciences of Hadith and especially in genealogy. He traveled widely for the research of science and died young. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Hafidh al-Mizzi (742H)

    Jamal ad-Din Abu al-Hajjaj Yussuf ibn az-Zakiy 'Abder-Rhaman al-Mizzi (654-742H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Habr, al-Hafidh al-Awhad, al-'Allamah, al-Bari', Muhaddith al-Islam.

    A great Imam in the science of Hadith and the science of Jarh wa Ta'dil ('Ilm ar-Rijal), author of the very famous work "Tahdhib al-Kamal".

    He traveled a lot in the search of science: Sham, Halab, Mekka, Medina, Egypt, Alexandria.

    He was the Sheykh of many great Imams, such as: Ibn Kathir, adh-Dhahabi, as-Safadi, Ibn 'Abdel-Hadi, Taj ad-Din as-Subki, al-'Alaai, Ibn Taymiyyah (who was also his Sheykh ) and others.

  • Al-Hafidh Ibn Adiyy (365H)

    'AbdALLAH ibn 'Adiyy al-Jurjani (277-365H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, an-Naqid, al-Jawwal. Great Imam of Hadith, author of the famous work: "Al-Kamil fil-Jarh wa at-Ta'dil".

  • Al-Hajjawi (968H)

    Charaf ad-Din Musa Ibn Ahmad Al-Hajjawi (895-968H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah,, one of the great scholars of the Hanabila. The Mufti of Hanbila in Damascus, author of many works in the Fiqh Hanbali which are today pillars and references of the Madhab.

  • Al-Hâkim (405H)

    Abu Abdillah Muhammad ibn Abdullah al-Hakim an-Naysabury (321-405H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Naqid, al-'Allamah, Shaykh al-Muhaddithin. He had the highest Sanad of Khorasan and Iraq, he traveled to many countries in search of science and took more than 2000 Shuyukh. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Hakim at-Tirmidhi (320H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-'Arif, az-Zahid, Abu Abd Allah Muhammad ibn 'Ali, known as al-Hakim at-Tirmidhi (320H).

  • Al-Hariri al-Basri (516H)

    Abu Muhammad Al-Qasim ibn Ali ibn Muhammad al-Hariri al-Basri (446-516H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Bari ', Dhul-Balaghatayn. Great scholar of the Arabic language, author of Maqamat and al-Mulhah.

  • Al-Haythami (807H)

    Ali ibn Abi Bakr ibn Sulayman, Nur ad-Din al-Haythami al-Qahiri (735-807H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Hafidh, az-Zahid, al-Mutawadi'.

  • Al-Humaydi (219H)

    Abdullah ibn Zubayr al-Humaydi (219H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Faqih, Shaykh al-Haram. He was the greatest student of Sufyan ibn 'Uyaynah, and one of the most important Shaykh of al-Bukhari.

  • Al-Isnawi (772H)

    Jamal ad-Din 'Abd ar-Rahim ibn al-Hassan al-Isnawi (704-772H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Sheykh ash-Shafi'iyyah. Grand Shafi'i Imam of his time.

  • Al-Khallal (311H)

    Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Khallal (234-311H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, al-Faqih, Sheikh al-Hanabilah. He sat in front of all the pupils of the Imam Ahmad whom he could met and gathered the Maddhab in his books.

  • Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (463H)

    Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Ali knew as al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (392-463H)

    Al-Imam al-Awhad, al-'Allamah al-Mufti, al-Hafidh an-Naqid, Muhaddith al-Waqt, Khatimah al-Huffadh. Among the greatest imams of his time, Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Khattabi (388H)

    Abu Sulayman Hamd ibn Muhammad al-Khattabi (319-388H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allaamah, al-Hafidh, al-Lughawi. Among his students: Imam al-Hakim. Author of many books, including a Sharh of Sunan of Abi Dawoud. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Kirmani (280H)

    Abu Muhammad Harb ibn Isma'il Al-Kirmaani (?-280H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Faqih. He is the pupil of Imam Ahmad, but also of Al-Humaydi, Sa'id ibn Mansur, Ishaq ibn ar-Rahawayh. Among his students: al-Khallal and ar-Razi.

  • Al-Lajnah ad-Daimah

    The Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta (in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

  • Al-Lakhmi (408H)

    Imam Abu al-Hassan 'Ali ibn Muhammad al-Lakhmi al-Qayrawani al-Safaqsi (408H)

  • Al-Lalaka'i (418H)

    Abu al-Qassim Hibatullah ibn al-Hasan at Tabari al-Lalaka'i (? -418H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-MujawwId, al-Mufti. He is the author of the famous Treaty and collection of Aqeedah: Sharh Usul al-'Itiqad. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Luhaydan

    Shaykh Salih ibn Muhammad al-Luhaydan (1443H)

  • Al-Makki ibn 'Azouz (1334H)

    Al-'Allamah Muhammad al-Makki ibn 'Azuz al-Maliki at-Tunisi (1270-1334H)

  • Al-Malati (377H)

    Imam Abi al-Husayn Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Malati ash-Shafi'i (377H)

  • Al-Maqrizi (845H)

    Taqiy ad-Din Ahmad ibn 'Ali ibn 'Abd al-Qadir al-Maqrizi (764-845H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Bari', 'Umdat al-Muarrikhin, 'Ayn al-Muhaddithin.

  • Al-Mardawi (885H)

    'Alaa ad-Din 'Ali ibn Suleyman ibn Ahmad al-Mardawi (817-885H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Muhaqqiq, al-Mutafannin. A great scholar of Madhab Hanbali, the Shaykh and Imam of Madhab, author of great works considered as references in Fiqh Hanbali.

  • Al-Marghinani (593H)

    Burhan ad-Din 'Ali ibn Abi Bakr ibn 'Abdel-Jalil al-Marghinani al-Hanafi (511-593H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Muhaqqiq. Great Hanafi scholar, author of "al-Hidaya" and "al-Bidaya".

  • Al-Marwazi / al-Marouzi (294H)

    Muhammad ibn Nasr al-Maruzi (202-294H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, Shaykh al-Islam, Imam 'Asrihi, Imam al-Aimmah. He was the most learned in the Khilaf of Sahaba and Tabi'in. His degree in science was enormous and recognized. They say al-Maruzi or al-Marwazi.

    Al-Qadi Mohammad ibn Mohammad said: Our scholars used to say: The scholars of Khurasan are four: Ibn al-Mubarak, Ibn Rahawayh, Yahya ibn Yahya and Muhammad ibn Nasr.

  • Al-Mawardi (450H)

    Abu al-Hassan 'Ali ibn Muhammad al-Maawardi (364-450H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Aqdaa al-Qudsah. Author of several books known as Adab ad-Din wa Dounia, al-Hawi, al-Iqna ', Al-Ahkam as-Soultaniyyah ... Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Maydani (1298H)

    Abdel-Ghani al-Ghunaymi al-Maydani (1222-1298H)

    One of the scholars of Madhab Hanafi. He was a pupil of Ibn 'Abidin and he is the author of the famous explanation of the Mukhtasar al-Quduri: Al-Lubab fi Charh al-Kitab.

  • Al-Mu'allimi (1386H)

    Sheykh 'Abder-Rahman ibn Yahya al-Mu'allimi al-Yamani (1313-1386H)

  • Al-Mulla Ali al-Qari (1014H)

    Nur ad-Din 'Ali ibn Sultan better known as Al-Mulla Ali al-Qari (1014H), hanafi scholar.

  • Al-Mundhiri (656H)

    Zaky ad-Din Abu Muhammad Abdul-Adhim ibn Abdul-Qawy Al-Mundhiri (581-656H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, al-Muhaqqiq, Shaykh al-Islam. He had a very high level in the Hadith and the Fiqh. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Al-Mushayqih

    Khalid ibn 'Ali al-Mushayqih

    Saudi Arabian scholar, author of several beneficial books and explanations in Fiqh.

  • Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (975H)

    'Alaa ad-Din 'Ali ibn Hussam ad-Din Al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (888-975H)

    Faqih, Muhaddith, Wa'idh. An Indian scholar, he lived in Medina then in Mecca and died there.

  • Al-Muzani (264H)

    Isma'il ibn Yahya Al-Muzani (175-264H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Faqih al-Millah, 'Alam az-Zuhhaad. He is among the closest disciples of the imam ash-Shafi'i. The latter said of him that he was the support of his school.

  • Al-Qadi 'Abdel-Wahhab (422H)

    Al-Qadi 'Abdel-Wahhab ibn Nasr al-Baghdadi al-Maliki (422H)

    Ath-Thiqqa, al-Hujja, Nassij Wahdihi, Farid 'Asrihi. A great Maliki Imam, author of several reference books in the Maliki Madhab.

  • Al-Qadi 'Iyad (544H)

    Al-Qaadi 'Iyaad ibn Musa as-Sabti al-Maghribi al-Maaliki (476-544H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh al-Awhad, Sheikh al-Islam. He excelled in all sciences and wrote several books including al-Chifaa. Maliki of Madhhab.

  • Al-Qadi Abu Ya'la (458H)

    Al-Qadhi Abu Ya'la Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn Farae (380-458H)

    Al-Imam, al-Allamah, Sheikh al-Hanabilah. Qadi, Imam in the Fiqh, Savant of Iraq in his time, he read the 10 readings and wrote several refutations to Ahl al-Bid'a.

  • Al-Qar'awi (1388H)

    Shaykh Abd Allah ibn Muhammad Al-Qar'awi (1315-1388H)

  • Al-Qarafi (684H)

    Shihab ad-Din Ahmad ibn Idris al-Qarafi (626-684H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Faqih, al-Usooli, al-Hafidh, al-Bahr. Great scholar of Fiqh Maliki and great student of Imam al-'Izz ibn 'Abdes-Salam.

    In his time, Shafi'ites and Malikites were unanimous that the best scholars in Egypt were three in number: al-Qarafi in "ancient Egypt", Nasir ad-Din ibn Munir in Alexandria and Ibn Daqiq al-'Id in Cairo.

  • Al-Qasim ibn Sallam (224H)

    Abu 'Ubayd al-Qasim ibn Sallam (157-224H)

    Al-Imam, Al-Hafidh, al-Mujtahid, Dhul-Fanun. He was one of the great imams of his time, he wrote many books and excelled in the Arabic language.

  • Al-Qassab (360H)

    Abu Ahmad Muhammad ibn 'Ali al-Qassab (? -360H)

    Al-Imam, al-Aalim, al-Hafidh, al-Mujahid, al-Ghazi. He followed the way of the Salafs in Sifat without Tawil. "Al-Qassab" comes from the large number of death he did in battle.

  • Al-Quduri (428H)

    Abu al-Hussein Ahmad ibn Muhammed ibn Ahmad al-Quduri (362-428H)

    Al-'Alim, al-Fadil, az-Zahid, al-Wari', as-Saduq. The Sheikh of the Hanafiya in his time in Iraq and author of the famous Mukhtasar better known as Mukhtasar al-Quduri.

  • Al-Qurtubi (671H)

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Qurtubi (? -671H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Al-Mufassir. Great Scholar in the Quran and its sciences, Arabic language and Fiqh. He is the author of Tafsir Jami 'al-Ahkam al-Quran. Maliki of Madhhab

  • Al-Shatibi (790H)

    Abu Ishaq Ibrahim ibn Moussa Ash-Shatibi (d.790H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Muhaqqiq, an-Nadhar, al-Faqih, al-Ussuli, al-Mufassir, al-Muhaddith. A great follower of the Sunnah, who refuted the innovations of the innovators.

  • Al-Uthaymin (1421H)

    Muhammad ibn Salih al-'Uthaymin (1343-1421H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Imam, al-Faqih, al-Usuli. He is one of the greatest Savant Salafi of our time. He taught all the sciences and excelled there: Fiqh, Usul Fiqh, Tafsir, Aqida, Arabic...

  • Al-Wahidi (468H)

    'Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammed al-Wahidi an-Naysaburi (468H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Ustadh, al-Mufassir, an-Nahwi. Arabic language specialist and great Mufassir, he is the author of several Tafsir books.

  • Al-Wansharisi (914H)

    Al-Imam Ahmad ibn Yahya ibn Muhammad al-Wancharisi al-Maliki (834-914H)

    Al-'Alim, al-'Allamah, Bearer of the banner of Madhab Maliki in his time, in the 9th century.

  • Ali al-'Imran

    Dr. 'Ali ibn Muhammad al-'Imran

    Author of several extremely beneficial books and Tahqiqat.

  • Ali at-Tantawi (1420H)

    Sheikh 'Ali al-Tantawi is a Syrian scholar of Egyptian origin. Born in 1909 and died in 1999, he had a very rich life, indeed he was a student, journalist, judge, teacher, preacher or writer. He lived in Syria and Saudi Arabia.

  • An-Najmi (1429H)

    Shaykh Ahmad ibn Yahya an-Najmi (1346-1429H)

  • An-Nasa'i (303H)

    Ahmad ibn Shu'ayb an-Nasaa'i (215-303H)

    Al-Imam, Al-Hafidh ath-Thabt, Shaykh al-Islam, Naqid al-Hadith. An ocean of science and understanding, he had the science of the narrators, and an excellent writer (Sunan as-Sughra & al-Kubra...)

  • An-Nasafi (710H)

    Abou al-Barakat 'Abd Allah ibn Ahmad ibn Mahmoud an-Nasafi al-Hanafi (710H), one of the great Imams of the Hanafiyyah.

  • An-Nawawi (676H)

    Muhyyi ad-Din Abu Zakariyya Yahya Ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (631-676H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Awhad, al-Qudwah, Sheykh al-Islam, 'Alam al-Awliyaa, al-'Allamah, al-Faqih an-Nabeel, Sheykh al-Madhab, Kabeer al-Fuqahaa, Imam al-Aimmah al-A'laam.

    A great Imam, a Pillar of Madhab Shafi'i, a great Muhaddith specialist in the Sunnah, all his time was spent in worship and in science (writing books, learning, teaching, courses).

    He ordered the good and forbade the blameworthy and advised the governors to fear ALLAH.

    Author of many very beneficial works accepted by all the scholars who succeeded him, such as: the 40 Hadiths, Riyad Salihin, Sharh Sahih Muslim, al-Adhkar, at-Tibyaan, in the Fiqh Shafi'i: Minhaj at-Talibin, Rawdatu at-Talibin, al-Majmu', etc.

  • Ar-Rajihi

    Shaykh Abdul Aziz ibn Abdillah al-Rajihi

  • As-Sa'di (1376H)

    Shaykh Abd ar-Rahman ibn Nasir as-Sa'di (1307-1376H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Mufassir, al-Usuli, al-Faqih, al-Wa'idh. He is the professor of Sheikh al-'Uthaymin, he is the author of the famous Tafsir "Taysir al-Karim ar-Rahman". Hanbali of Madhhab.

  • As-Sabouni (449H)

    Abu 'Uthman Isma'il ibn Abderrahman as-Sabouni (373-449H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Qudwah, al-Mufassir, al-Mudhakkir, al-Muhaddith, Sheikh al-Islam. Recognized for his Hifdh, his science and his Zuhd. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • As-Safarini (1188H)

    Al-Imam Shams ad-Din Muhammad ibn Ahmad as-Safarini al-Athari al-Hanbali (1114-1188H)

  • As-Sakhawi (902H)

    Shams ad-Din Mohammad ibn Abder-Rahman ibn Mohammad as-Sakhawi (831-902H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Muarrikh al-Kabeer, al-Faqih, al-Muqri, al-Muhaddith. Student of Hafidh Ibn Hajar, he never left him. He traveled a lot in search of science, originally from Cairo he died in Medina. Shafi'i of Madhab.

  • As-San'ani (1182H)

    Muhammad ibn Isma'il al-Amir as-San'ani (1099-1182H)

    Al-Imam al-Kabir, al-Mujtahid al-Mutlaq, Yemeni scholar, author of numerous works in various sciences.

  • As-Sarkhasi (483H)

    Muhammed ibn Ahmad ibn Abi Sahl as-Sarkhasi al-Hanafi (483H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Faqih, al-Usooli, al-Munadhir, Shams al-Aimmah. UA great Hanafi scholar, author of the famous Hanafi Fiqh work "Al-Mabsoot".

  • As-Sijzi (444H)

    Abu Nasr 'UbaydALLAH ibn Sa'd ibn Hatim as-Sijzi (444H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Hafidh, al-Mujawwid, Sheykh as-Sunnah, Sheykh al-Haram al-Makki. Grand Imam of the Sunnah and defender of the belief of the Salaf, author of a famous work in refutation to those who declare that the Quran is created.

  • As-Subki (771H)

    Taj ad-Din ibn Taqi ad-Din Abdel-Wahhâb ibn Ali as-Subki (727-771H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Qadi, al-Imam, al-Muarrikh. Son of Imam Taqi ad-Din as-Subki. A great Chafi'i Imam.

  • As-Suyuti (911H)

    Abd ar-Rahman ibn Abi Bakr, Jalal al-Din as-Suyuti (849-911H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, al-Imam al-Kabeer. Author of a very large number of works in all sciences, more than 300 books. Shafi'i of Madhab.

  • Ash-Shanqiti (1393H)

    Al-'Allaamah Muhammad Al-Ameen Ash-Shanqeetee (1325-1393H)

  • Ash-Shawkani (1250H)

    Muhammad Ibn Ali ash-Shawkani (1173-1250H)

    Al-Mufassir, al-Muhaddith, al-Faqih, al-Muarrikh, al-Adib, an-Nahwi. Among the great scholars of Yemen, he was a Mujtahid who abandoned blind following, author of very beneficial books in all sciences.

  • Ash-Shurunbulali (1069H)

    Hassan ibn 'Ammar ibn 'Ali al-Misri ash-Shurunbulali al-Hanafi (994-1069H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Faqih. Hanafi scholar.

  • At-Tabarani (360H)

    Abu al-Qasim, Sulayman ibn Ahmad at Tabaraani (260-360H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, Ath-Thiqah, ar-Rahhal, al-Jawwal, Muhaddith al-Islam. He traveled and took the hadith of a very large number of imams. Author of many books, he is known for his 3 Mu'jams.

  • At-Tahawi (321H)

    Abu Ja'far Ahmad ibn Muhammad at-Tahawi (239-321H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh al-Kabir, al-Faqih, Muhaddith ad-Diyar al-Misriyyah. First on the madhhab Shafii ', he finally chose the madhhab Hanafi.

  • At-Tirmidhi (279H)

    Muhammad ibn 'Issa at-Tirmidhi (209-279H)

    Al-Hafidh, al-'Alam, al-Imam, al-Bari'. On the death of al-Bukhari, Khorassan did not know of him in 'Ilm, Hifdh, Wara' and Zuhd. Author of: Al-Jami '(Sunan), Al-'Ilal and ash-Shama'il.

  • At-Toufi (716H)

    Najm ad-Din Suleyman ibn 'Abdel-Qawi at-Toofee as-Sarsari (657-716H)

    Al-Faqih al-Hanbali, al-Usooli, al-Mutafannin.

  • Ayman Suwayd

    Dr. Sheikh Ayman ibn Rushdi Swayd, Syrian scholar specialized in Qur'anic sciences, specifically Tajwid and Qiraat. He is one of the most famous specialists of our time.

  • Bahraq al-Hadrami (930H)

    Abu al-Hassan Muhammad ibn 'Umar Bahraq al-Hadrami (869-930H)

  • Bakr Abu Zayd (1429H)

    Shaykh Bakr ibn Abd Allah Abu Zayd (1365-1429H)

  • Dr. Sami 'Amiri

    Dr. Sami 'Amiri: is a Tunisian doctor with a doctorate in comparative religion, author, teacher and researcher in comparative religions and contemporary doctrines (including: secularism and atheism) and orientalism.

    The different languages he speaks: Arabic, English, French, Hebrew, Syriac and Classical Greek.

  • Fakhr ad-Din ar-Razi (606H)

    Muhammed ibn Umar ibn al-Hassan ar-Razi, Fakhr ad-Deen (544-606H)

  • Hafidh Hakami (1377H)

    Al-'Allamah Hafidh ibn Ahmad al-Hakami (1342-1377H)

    An Imam with abundant knowledge in all sciences of religion, author of many very beneficial works in various sciences, most of which are poems.

  • Hamad Ibn 'Atiq (1301H)

    Shaykh Hamad ibn Ali ibn Muhammad ibn 'Atiq (1227-1301H), one of the scholars of the Da'wah Najdiyyah.

  • Hammad al-Ansari (1418H)

    Shaykh Hammad ibn Muhammad al-Ansari (1343-1418H)

  • Hamoud At-Tuwaijri (1413H)

    Shaykh Hamood ibn Abd Allah at-Tuwayjri (1334-1413H)

    Cheikh, al-'Allamah, al-Mujahid.

  • Ibn 'Abidin (1252H)

    Muhammed Amin ibn 'Umar ibn 'Abdel-'Aziz 'Abidin, plus connu par Ibn 'Abidin al-Hanafi (1198-1252H)

    Al-Faqih, al-Usooli. Hanafi scholar who lived in Sham.

  • Ibn 'Arafah (803H)

    Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn 'Arafah al-Warghami at-Tunisi al-Maliki (716-803H)

    The Faqih, the Imam, the 'Alim and the Khateeb of Tunisia and the Maghreb. He excelled and differentiated himself from the scholars of his time in Fiqh, Nahw and Tafsir. Maliki from Madhab.

  • Ibn 'Asakir (571H)

    Thiqat ad-Din Ali Ibn al-Hasan ibn 'Asakir al-Dimashqi (499-571H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh al-Kabeer, al-Mujawwid, Muhaddith ash-Sham. One of the greatest Hafidh of his time and historian, the author of Tarikh Dimashq. He traveled a lot in the Talab 'Ilm, he had more than 1300 Sheikh, and more than 80 Sheikha. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Ibn 'Uqbah (141H)

    Al-Imam Musa ibn 'Uqbah (141H)

    Al-Imam, Ath-Thiqat al-Kabir. He met several companions and brought the hadith directly from them. He was a reliable reporter. The first scholar to write in Maghazi science.

    Imam Malik was asked about the Maghazi? He replied: Read the Maghazi of the pious man, Musa ibn Uqbah, for they are the most authentic Maghazi.

  • Ibn Abd al-Barr (463H)

    Abu Omar Yusuf ibn Abdullah ibn Abd al-Barr an-Namri (368-463H)

    Al-Imam, al-Allamah, Hafidh al-Maghrib, Sheikh al-Islam, al-Faqih, al-Mujtahid, al-Muqri. He followed the Salaf's Aqida, forsook the Kalam and was Maliki.

  • Ibn Abdel-Hadi (744H)

    Muhammed ibn Ahmad ibn Abdel-Hadi al-Maqdisi (704-744H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-Fadil, al-Muqri, al-Faqih, al-Muhaddith, al-Hafidh, an-Naqid, an-Nahwi.

    He studied under Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, Hafidh al-Mizzi, Imam adh-Dhahabi, Maj-Din al-Harrani and others. A mountain of science in Aqida, the Arabic language and the sciences of Hadith. He died young before age 40. A Hanbali scholar.

  • Ibn Abi al-'Izz al-Hanafi (792H)

    Imam al-Qadi Ali bin Ali ibn Muhammad Ibn Abi al-'Izz al-Hanafi (731-792H)

  • Ibn Abi Asim (287H)

    Ahmad ibn 'Amr ibn Abi' Asim (206-287H)

    al-Hafidh al-Kabir, al-Imam al-Bari'. He wrote many books. He was among the Sufis, the Devotees, the Ascetics, among Ahl as-Sunnah and Ahl al-Hadith, he ordained good and forbade evil.

  • Ibn Abi Chaybah (235H)

    Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn Abi Chaybah (159-235H)

    Abu Bakr, from a family with many Sheikhs. Al-Imam, al-'Alam, Sayyid al-Huffadh. The author of very important books like Al-Musnad and al-Musannaf.

  • Ibn Abi Dawud (316H)

    Abdullah ibn Sulayman Abi Dawood as-Sijistani (230-316H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, Al-Hafidh,Sheykh Bagdad. Son of the great Imam Abu Dawood, author of the Sounan. He traveled very early with his father and took advantage of his studies.

  • Ibn Abi Dunya (281H)

    Abu Bakr Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Abi ad-Dunya (208-281H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Mu-addib. He was an outstanding prolific and beneficial writer (Ad-Dhahabi reported more than 160 in Siyar 'Alam an-Nubalae).

  • Ibn Abi Hatim (327H)

    Abu Muhammad Abderrahman ibn Abi Hatim (240-327H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, an-Naqid, Sheykh al-Islam. He is the son of the great Imam of Hadith, Abu Hatim ar-Razi (277H). He succeeded him in the Hadith, the Jarh wa Tadil and the Fiqh.

  • Ibn Abi Zamanin (399H)

    Abu Abdallah Muhammad ibn Abdillah bin Abi Zamanin al-Andalusi (324-399H)

    Al-Imam, al-Qudwah, az-Zahid, Sheikh Qurtuba. He was a scholar in the Maliki Fiqh, pious, ascetic, he was the Sheikh of Cordoba in Andalusia.

  • Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani (386H)

    Abu Muhammad Abdullah ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani (310-386H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, Al-Qudwah, Alim Ahl al-Maghreb. Famous author of the Risala in the Maliki Fiqh, his science was so vast that he was nicknamed The Little Malik.

  • Ibn Al 'Attar (724H)

    Al-Imam 'Alaa ad-Din 'Ali ibn Ibrahim ibn Dawud Ibn al-'Attar ash-Shafi'i (654-724H)

    Al-Imam, Al 'Alim, al-Muhaddith, al-Hafidh, al-Mufti, as-Salih, az-Zahid, he was the sussent of Imam an-Nawawi and Ibn Daqiq al-'Id.

  • Ibn al-Athir (606H)

    Majd ad-Din Abu As-Sa'adat Al-Mubarak Ibn Muhammad Ibn al-Athir al-Jazari (540-606H)

    Al-Qadi, al-'Allamah, al-Bari', al-Awhad, al-Baligh. Ibn Athir has written several important books (Jami 'al-Oussoul, Gharib al-Hadith ...).

  • Ibn al-Athir (630H)

    'Izz al-Din Abul-Hassan' Ali Ibn Muhammad Ibn al-Athir al-Jazari (555-630H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Muhaddith, al-Adib. Ibn Athir has written several History and Biography books (at-Tarikh, Al-Kamal, Ma'rifatu Sahaba...).

  • Ibn al-Bannaa al-Hanbali (471H)

    Abu Ali al-Hasan ibn Ahmad ibn al-Bannaa al-Baghdadi al-Hanbali (396-491H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Mufti, al-Muhaddith, al-Faqih. Hanbali scholar, author of many books, he was hard on people of innovation.

  • Ibn al-Hajib (646H)

    'Uthman ibn 'Umar ibn Abi Bakr, Ibn al-Hajib al-Maliki (570-646H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Muqri, al-Usooli, al-Faqih, an-Nahwi. A great Malikite scholar who lived in Egypt and Sham. Author of the famous work of Fiqh Maliki: "Jami' al-Ummahaat".

  • Ibn al-Jawzi (597H)

    Abu al-Faraj, Abderrahman ibn 'Ali ibn al-Jawzi (510-597H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, al-Mufassir, Shaykh al-Islam, Mafkhar al-'Iraq. The author of many books such as Sifat us-Safwa, Zad al-Masir, Talbis Iblis. Hanbali of madhhab.

  • Ibn Al-Jazary (833H)

    Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn 'Ali ibn Yusuf, known as Ibn Al-Jazaree (751-833H)

    Al-Muqri, al-Hâfidh, Sheykh al-Iqrâ. Specialist in the sciences of Tajwid and Qiraât, Shafi'i of Madhab.

  • Ibn al-Mabrid (909H)

    Yusuf ibn Hasan ibn Abdel-Hadi, Ibn al-Mabrid (840-909H)

    Ash-Sheikh, al-'Alim, al-Mussannif, al-Muhaddith, al-Imam, al-'Allamah.

  • Ibn al-Mubarak (181H)

    Abd Allah ibn al-Mubarak (118-181H)

    The Imam, Shaykh al-Islam, the scholar of his time, the leader of the devotees of his time, al-Hafidh, the conqueror, Amir al-Mumineen in the Hadith. He was one of the greatest of Tabi' at-Tabi'een.

  • ibn al-Mundhir (318H)

    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn al-Mundhir (241-318H)

    Al-Imam, Al-Hafidh, al-'Allamah, Shaykh al-Islam, Al-Faqih. Very famous for his books on divergences and consensus in Fiqh. He did not follow any specific Madhab, he was Mujtahid and had his own opinions based on the Dalil.

  • Ibn al-Qayyim (751H)

    Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (691-751H)

    Al-Imam, ash-Sheykh, al-'Allamah, al-Faqih, al-Usuli, al-Mufassir, an-Nahwi, al-'Arif.

    The greatest pupil of Ibn Taymiyyah, for about twenty years until his death, he was also the Sheykh of Ibn Kathir, Ibn Rajab, as-Safadi, Ibn Abdel-Hadi and other great Imams. A Hanbali scholar.

  • Ibn al-’Arabi (543H)

    Abu Bakr Mohammad ibn Abd Allah ibn al-'Arabi Al-Andalousi (468-543H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, al-Qadhi. He was a great scholar who traveled the Islamic world, sitting in front of the greatest, he eventually returned to his Andalusian home at Ishbiliya (now Seville in Spain). It was said that no one entered Seville with so much knowledge. Maliki of Madhhab.

  • Ibn an-Nahaas (338H)

    Abu Ja'far Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn an-Nahass (? -338H)

    Al-'Allamah, An-Nahwi, Imam al-'Arabiyyah. Among his teachers are Imam An-Nassai, az-Zadjaaj, Ibn al-Anbari et Niftawayh. He wrote several books in the sciences of the Quran and the Arabic language.

  • Ibn Badis (1358H)

    Abd al-Hamid ibn Muhammad al-Mustafa ibn Makki ibn Badis (1307-1358H)

  • Ibn Badran (1346H)

    Sheykh 'Abdel-Qadir ibn Ahmad ibn Badran ad-Dimishqi al-Hanbali (1280-1346H). Hanbali scholar.

  • Ibn Balban (1083H)

    Mohammed ibn Badr ad-Din ibn Balban al-Ba'li ad-Dimishqi al-Hanbali (1006-1083H)

    Al-Faqih, al-Muhaddith, az-Zahid, al-'Alim. Hanbali scholar.

  • Ibn Barjas (1425H)

    Shaykh Abdussalam ibn Barjas Aal Abdelkarim

  • Ibn Battah (387H)

    Abu Abdillah 'Ubaidullah ibn Muhammad ibn Battah al-'Ukbari (304-387H)

    Al-Imam, Al-Qudwah, al-'Abid, al-Faqih, al-Muhaddith, Sheikh al-'Iraq. Author of Aqidah's famous book, "Al-Ibanah al-Kubrah". Hanbali of Madhhab.

  • Ibn Baz (1420H)

    AbdelAziz ibn AbdAllah ibn Baz (1330-1420H)

    He is the former Mufti of Saudi Arabia, the successor of Muhammad ibn Ibrahim, his Sheikh. He worked for authentic Aqeedah and marked the Ummah through his teaching and influence.

  • Ibn Daqiq al-'Id (702H)

    Taqi ad-Din Abu al-Fatah Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Daqiq al-'Id (625-702H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Sheykh al-Islam, Qadi al-Qudah.

    He was an Imam in several areas: The Fiqh, the Oussouls, the Arabic language, the Hadith. He was intelligent, very pious, ascetic. He was Maliki then became Shafi'i.

  • Ibn Faris (395H)

    Abul-Husayn Ahmad ibn Faris ar-Razi (329-395H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Muhaddith, al-Loughawi, al-Adib. Among the Imams in the Arabic language (Madhhab Kufa), author of the dictionary "Maqayis al-Lougha". He was on the Aqida of Ahl Sunnah, Ahl al-Hadith. Maliki of Madhhab.

  • Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani (852H)

    Ahmad ibn Ali Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani (773-852H)

    Al-Imam, Imam al-Aimmah, al-Hafidh al-Kabeer, al-Muarrikh al-Kabeer, Sheykh al-Islam, 'Alam al-A'lam, Emir al-Mumineen fil-Hadith, Hafidh al-'Asr, 'Allamah al-'Ulema, Hujjat al-A'lam.

    A very great scholar known and recognized to such an extent that when we use the word "Al-Hafidh" it is to him that we are referring.

    Author of the most important sharh of Sahih Bukhari, "Fath al-Bari" & of many books in the Hadith and its sciences.

    It is an encyclopedia on its own in 'Ilm al Rijal. Shafii of Madhab.

  • Ibn Hajar al-Haytami (974H)

    Shihab ad-Din Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Hajar al-Haytami (909-974H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, al-Faqih, al-Muhaqqiq. One of the greatest Shafi'i scholars with his work Touhfatul-Muhtaj, among the reference books of the Shafi'i Madhab Fatawa.

  • Ibn Hazm (456H)

    Abu Muhammad 'Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Hazm al-Andalusi (384-456H)

    Imam Unique, al-Bahr, al-Faqih, al-Hafidh, al-Mutakallim, al-Adib, al-Mujtahid. He is one of the best known scholars of the Dhahirite school, and one of the most learned characters of his time in Adalusia. Author of the famous Muhalla.

  • Ibn Hibban (354H)

    Abu Hatim Muhammad ibn Hibban al-Busti (270-354H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, al-Mujawwid, Shaykh al-Khurassan. Known for his Sahih and ad-Du'afah, he was a great specialist in 'Ilm ar-Rijal. Shafii of Madhad.

  • Ibn Hicham al-Ansari (761H)

    Jamal ad-Din Abu Muhammad Abdullah ibn Yusuf Ibn Hicham al-Ansari (708-761H)

    Great Imam in the Arabic language, author of essential books and Matn. He was able to combine between the schools of Kufa and Basra. Shafii of Madhhab.

  • Ibn Hubayrah (560H)

    Yahya ibn Muhammad ibn Hubayrah (499-560H)

    Al-Wazir al-Kamil, al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-'Adil, 'Awn ad-Din. Minister under The Emir al-Muqtafi, he was a true Savant Hanbali, Salafi of Aqida and connoisseur of Ikhtilaf.

  • Ibn Jarir at-Tabari (310H)

    Abu Ja'far Muhammad ibn Jarir at-Tabari (224-310H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Alam, al-Mujtahid,'Aalim al-'Asr. A great Mujtahid scholar who had his own opinions in Fiqh. A mountain in Tafsir and Tarikh, having immense knowledge of other sciences like Hadith, Athar, Arabic language, Fiqh, etc.

    Nicknamed the Imam of the Mufassirin and Imam of the Muarrikhin, his Tafseer is one of the best and most comprehensive written in all of Islamic history.

  • Ibn Jibrin (1430H)

    Shaykh AbdALLAH ibn Abder-Rahman al-Jibrin (1352-1430H)

  • Ibn Juzay (741H)

    Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Juzayy al-Kalbi (693-741H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-'Allamah. A great Maliki scholar versed in many sciences.

  • Ibn Kathir (774H)

    Abu al-Fidaa, Ismail ibn 'Umar ibn Kathir (700-774H)

    Al-Imam, al-Faqih, al-Muhaddith, al-Awhad, al-Bari', al-Hafidh, al-Mufassir, al-Muarrikh al-Kabir.

    Student of Sheikh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah, Hafidh al-Mizzi, Imam Dhahabi, Imam al-Birzali and others. Great Mufassir author of one of the most famous Tafsir, great historian author of the great history book "al-Bidayah wa al-Nihayah", great Muhaddith author of the great book "at-Takmil fi al-Jarh wa at-Ta'dil " and "Jami' as-Sunan wal-Masanid". Shafi'i of Madhab.

  • Ibn Khaldun (808H)

    Abd ar-Rahman ibn Muhammad al-Ichbili at-Tunisi al-Qahiri al-Maliki Ibn Khaldoun (732-808H)

    Al-'Alim, al-Muhaqqiq al-Kabir, al-Fadil. The author of "At-Tarikh" whose "Muqaddimah" became famous, so much so that he is known by: the author of the "Muqaddimah", or his Introduction is called "Muqaddimah Ibn Khaldun".

  • Ibn Khuzayma (311H)

    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ishaq ibn Khuzaymah (223-311H)

    Al-Hafidh, Al-Hujjah, al-Faqih, Shaykh al-Islam, Imam al-A-immah, Imam al-Hadith fi 'Asrihi, al-'Alim al-Awhad.

    Shafii of Madhab. He was among the Shuyukh of Bukhari and Muslim and the greatest scholars of his time.

  • Ibn Majah (273H)

    Muhammad ibn Yazid ibn Majah al-Qazwini (209-273H)

    Al-Hafidh al-Kabir, al-Hujjah, al-Mufassir. The Hafidh of Qazween of his time, the author of the famous book as-Sunan, which appears in the six mother books of the Hadith.

  • Ibn Mandah (395H)

    Abu Abdillah Muhammad ibn Ishaq ibn Mandah (310-395H)

    Al-Imam, al-Hafidh, al-Jawwal, Muhaddith al-Islam. It was a mountain of science, having learned from the greatest of his time, he traveled extensively in search of science and had 1700 Sheikh. Author of many books. Hanbali of Madhhab.

  • Ibn Manzur (711H)

    Jamal ad-Din Abu al-Fadl Muhammad ibn Mukarram ibn Mandhur (630-711H)

    This great Egyptian scholar is the author of the most comprehensive Dictionary of the Arabic language: Lisan al-'Arab.

  • Ibn Muflih (763H)

    Shams ad-Din Abu Abdillah Muhammad ibn Muflih al-Maqdissi (710-763H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Faqih, Sheykh al-Islam, Zayn al-Huffaz al-A'lam. He had Shuyukh prestigious: Ibn Taymiyyah, adh-Dhahabi, al-Mizzi, as-Subki, al-Mardawi. He became judge after the death of Imam al-Mardawi and he was married to his daughter. It has been said that no one was more learned than him, in his time, in the Fiqh of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal. Author of numerous works in Fiqh Hanbali.

  • Ibn Mulaqqin (804H)

    Abu Hafs 'Umar ibn 'Ali ibn Ahmad al-Ansari ash-Shafi'i - known as Ibn Mulaqqin (723-804H)

    Al-Imam, al-Faqih, al-Hafidh. Author of a large number of books. Among his students: al-Hafidh al-'Iraqi, al-Hafidh Ibn Hajar, Jalal ad-Din al-Mahalli and Imam al-Maqrizi. Shafi'i of Madhab.

  • Ibn Najjar al-Futuhi (972H)

    Muhammed ibn Ahmad ibn Abdel-Aziz, Ibn Najjar al-Futuhi (898-972H)

    Qadi al-Qudah, ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah. Judge and Mufti of his time in Egypt in the Fiqh of Imam Ahmad, one of the great scholars of Hanabila and author of books that have become pillars in Fiqh Hanbali.

  • Ibn Nasir ad-Din (842H)

    Muhammed ibn 'AbdiLLAH ibn Muhammed ad-Dimishqi, better known by Ibn Nasir ad-Din (777-842H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Muhaddith, Hafidh as-Sham, al-Muarrikh.

  • Ibn Qasim An-Najdi (1392H)

    AbdurRahmân Ibn Muhammad Ibn Qâsim An-Najdî (1313-1392H)

  • Ibn Qudamah al-Maqdissi (620H)

    Muwaffaq ad-Din Abu Muhammad Abdullah Ibn Ahmad bin Qudamah al-Maqdisi (541-620H)

    Ash-Shaykh ,al-Imam, al-Qudwah, al-'Allamah, al-Mujtahid, Shaykh al-Islam, Imam al-Aimmah, Mufti al-Umma. The Mufti of Hanabila and Damascus, Imam in all sciences, author of numerous books in all sciences including al-Mughni in the Fiqh Hanbali.

  • Ibn Qutaybah (276H)

    Abu Muhammad Abd Allah ibn Muslim ibn Qutaybah (213-276H)

    Al-'Allamah al-Kabir, Dhul-Funun, al-Katib, author of many important books such as Gharib al-Quran, Gharib al-Hadith, Mushkil al-Quran, Mushkil al-Hadith, Adab al-Katib...

  • Ibn Rajab (795H)

    Abdurrahman ibn Ahmad ibn Rajab al-Hanbali (736-795H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-Alim, al-Allamah, al-Qudwah, al-Baraka, al-Hafidh, al-'Umdah, ath-Thiqah, al-Hujjah, al-Bahr.

    A Muhaddith expert in the science of the Ilals, he was a pupil of Imam Ibn al-Qayyim until his death.

    The author of important books such as Jami' al-Ulum wal-Hikam, Sharh Ilal Tirmidhi, al-Qawa'id, Fath al-Bari. Hanbali of Madhab.

  • Ibn Raslan (844H)

    Shihab ad-Din Ahmad ibn Hussein ibn Ali ibn Raslan (or Arsalan) ar-Ramli (773-844H)

    Ash-Sheykh, al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-'Allamah, as-Salih, az-Zahid, ar-Rabbani. One of the great scholars of Fiqh Shafi'i.

  • Ibn Rushd (Al-Hafid) (595H)

    Abul-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd Al-Hafid (520-595H)

    Al-Allamah al-Faqih, al-Qadi. He was very erudite in the Fiqh (author of Bidayah al-Mujtahid), medicine and philosophy (Ibn Ruchd = Averroes). Maliki of Madhab.

  • Ibn Rushd (Al-Jadd) (520H)

    Abul-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd Al-Jadd (450-520H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Sheykh al-Malikiyyah, al-Qadi.

    Great Maliki scholar, author of several works in Fiqh including: (Al-Muqaddimaat 'ala al-Mudawwanah), (Al-Bayan wa at-Tahsil 'ala al-Mustakhrajah), (Ikhtisar al-Mabsutah) and others.

  • Ibn Sahnoun (256H)

    Muhammad Abu Abdullah ibn Abdessalam Sahnun al-Qayrawani (202-256H)

    The son of the Faqih of the Maghreb, al-Imam al-Kabir, Al-'Alim, Mufti Qayrawan, Shaykh al-Malikiyyah. He was Muhaddith and enjoyed a vast knowledge.

  • Ibn Taymiya (728H)

    Shaykh ul-Islam Ahmad Ibn AbdulHalim ibn Abdussalam ibn Taymiyyah (661-728H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Alim, al-Mufassir, al-Faqih, al-Mujtahid, al-Hafidh, al-Muhaddith, al-'Allamah, al-Hujjah, Shaykh al-Islam.

    Defender of the Aqeedah of the Salaf, Hanbali of Madhab.

  • Ihsan Ilahi Zahir (1407H)

    Ihsan Ilahi Zahir (died 1407H)

  • Imam Abu Hanifa (150H)

    Imam Abu Hanifa an-Numan ibn Thabit (80-150H)

    Al-Imam, Faqih al-Millah, 'Aalim al-'Iraq. He surpassed the people of his time in Fiqh and argument. He is the "founder" of the Hanafi school that bears his name.

  • Imam Ahmad (241H)

    Imam Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Hanbal ash-Shaybani (164-241H)

    Al-Imam Haqqan, Shaykh al-Islam Sidqan, Abu Abdillah. Imam Ahl as-Sunnah during Fitnah of Khalq al-Quran, Author of the great Musnad. "Founder" of the last school.

  • Imam al-Haramayn al-Juwayni (478H)

    Abu al-Ma'ali Abdelmalik ibn Abdullah ibn al-Juwayni (419-478H)

    Al-Imam al-Kabir, Shaykh ash-Shafi'iyyah, Imam al-Haramayn, Sheikh of al-Ghazali, author of the immense work in the Fiqh Shafi'i: "Nihayat al-Matlab fi Dirayat al-Madhab". Shafi'i of Madhab.

  • Imam al-Shafi'i (204H)

    Imam Muhammad ibn Idriss ash-Shafi'i (150-204H)

    Al-Imam, 'Aalim al-'Asr, Nasir al-Hadith, Faqih al-Millah, Zayn al-Fuqaha, Taj al-'UlamaHe debated with the students of Abu Hanifa, took the science of Malik and taught Ahmad. "Founder" of one of the 4 school.

  • Imam Malik (179H)

    Imam Malik, Abu Abdillah Malik ibn Anas (93-179H)

    Al-Imam, Shaykh al-Islam, Hujjat ul-Ummah, Imam Dar al-Hijrah. "When one quotes the Ulemas then Malik is their star" [Ash-Shafii]. He is the "founder" of one of the four schools.

  • Imam Sahnoun (240H)

    Imam Sahnoun Abdessalam ibn Sa'id ibn Habib al-Qayrwani al-Maliki (160-240H)

    Al Imam Al-'Allamah, Faqih al-Maghrib, Qadi al-Qayrawan, the author of the most famous work founder of Maliki school, "al-Mudawanah". The Madhab of Imam Malik spread to the Maghreb through him.

  • Jalal ad-Din al-Mahalli (864H)

    Muhammed ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammed Jalal ad-Din al-Mahalli (791-864H)

    A-Imam, al-'Allamah, Awhad al-Aimmah. Shafi'i Scholar.

  • Jihad Al-Turbani

    Jihad Al Turbaani is a Palestinian author, poet and historical researcher.

  • Khalid Abu Abd al-A'laa

    Khalid Abu Abd al-A'laa ibn Muhammad ibn Uthman al-Misri

  • Khalid al-Azhari (905H)

    Khalid ibn 'AbdiLLAH ibn Abi Bakr al-Azhari (838-905H)

    Azhari Egyptian scholar specializing in the Arabic language.

  • Khalil Ibn Ishaq (776 H)

    Khalil ibn Ishaq al-Jundy al-Maliki (776H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-'Alim, al-'Amil, al-Qudwa, al-Fahhamah. Great Egyptian scholar of Madhab Maliki, author of the essential Mukhtasar, known as Mukhtasar Khalil.

  • Khatib as-Shirbini (977H)

    Shams ad-Din Muhammed ibn Muhammed ash-Shirbini (977H)

    Al-Khatib, al-Imam, al'Allamah. One of the great scholars of Madhab Shafi'i.

  • Majd Ad-Din Ibn Taymiyyah (652H)

    Majd Ad-Din Abul-Barakat Abdessalam ibn Abdullah Ibn Taymiyyah (590-652H)

    Ash-Shaykh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Faqih al-Asr, Shaykh al-Hanabilah. He is the grandfather of Taqi ad-Din Ibn Taymiyyah and a great Hanbali scholar.

  • Mar'i Al-Karmi (1033H)

    Mar'i Ibn Yusuf Al-Karmi (988-1033H)

    Al-'Alim, al-'Allamah, al-Bahr, al-Fahhâmah, al-Mudaqqiq, al-Muhaqqiq. One of the great scholars of the Hanabila in Egypt.

  • Mayyarah (1072H)

    Al-Imam Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad Mayyarah al-Fasi al-Maliki (999-1072H)

  • Mekki al-Qissi (437H)

    Abu Muhammad Mekki ibn Abi Talib al-Qayrawani al-Qissi (355-437H)

    Al-'Allamah, al-Muqri. A learned specialist of the Koran and its sciences, author of a large number of works on the Koranic sciences.

    He was a student of Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani, and like him he followed Madhhab Maliki and Aqida Salaf.

  • Mohamed Ferkous

    Mohamed Ali Ferkous, Sheykh Salafi Algerian.

  • Mohammed ibn Ibrâhim (1389H)

    Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al ash-Sheikh (1311-1389H)

  • Muhammad al-Imam

    Sheykh Muhammad ibn AbdiLLAH al-Imam

    A Yemeni scholar, one of the students of Sheikh Muqbil ibn Hadi Al-Wadi'i, based in Dar Al-Hadith in the city of Ma'bar.

  • Muhammad al-Madkhali

    Muhammad ibn Hadi al-Madkhali

  • Muhammad al-Wasabi (1426H)

    Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdelwahhab ibn 'Ali Al-Wasabi (1376-1436H)

    A Yemeni scholar, one of the students of Sheikh Muqbil ibn Hadi Al-Wadi'i, he was based in Dar Al-Hadith in the city of Al Hudaydah.

  • Muhammad Aman al-Jami (1416H)

    Shaykh Muhammad Amaan ibn 'Ali al-Jaami (1349-1416H)

  • Muhammad ibn AbdelWahhab (1206H)

    Muhammad ibn AbdelWahhab ibn Sulayman at-Tamimi (1115-1206H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, al-Mujahid, al-Imam al-Mujaddid, the father of the Da'wah Najdiyyah, Da'watu at-Tawheed. Author of Kitab at-Tawheed and Usool Thalatha and many other must-have mutun.

  • Muhammad ibn Adam al-Ethiopi (1442H)

    Muhammad ibn Shaykh 'Ali ibn Adam al-Ethiopi al-Wallawi (1365-1442H)

    Ash-Shaykh, al-Muhaddith, al-Faqih, al-Usuli, an-Nahwi. Of Ethiopian origin, he lived a large part of his life in Mecca where he taught, he died there and was buried. Author of a large number of extremely beneficial works including very large Charh on Sahih Muslim, Sunan Nassai and Sunan Ibn Majah.

  • Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al-Shaybani (189H)

    Muhammad ibn al-Hassan al-Shaybani (131-189H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allaamah, Faqih al-'Iraaq, the most eminent companion of Imam Abu Hanifa. He is the author of the first collection on Fiqh Hanafi, "Kitab al-Athar".

  • Muhammad Khalil Harras (1395H)

    Shaykh Muhammad Khalil Harras (1334-1395H)

  • Muhammad Raslan

    Shaykh Muhammad ibn Sa'eed Raslaan

    Salafi Egyptian savant, he holds a PhD in Hadith Science. He teaches many students from around the world in his hometown of Menoufiyah.

  • Muqbil al-Wadi'i (1422H)

    Shaykh Muqbil ibn Hadi Al-Wadi’i (1360-1422H)

    A great Yemeni Muhaddith, the father of the Salafiyah Da'wah in Yemen, he was the founder of Dar Al-Hadith which he established in Dammaj.

    Sheykh Al-Uthaymin said of him: Sheykh Muqbil is an Imam, an Imam, an Imam.

  • Muslim (261H)

    Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj ibn Muslim an-Naysabouri (206-261H)

    Al-Imam al-Kabir, al-Hafidh, al-Mujawwid, al-Hujjah, as-Saadiq. The author of the second most famous and most authentic collection of hadith: Al-Jami 'as-Sahih, known as Sahih Muslim.

  • Qiwam as-Sunnah al-Asbahani (535H)

    Abul-Qassim Isma'il ibn Mohammed At-Timi al-Asbahani (457-535H)

    Al-Imam, Al-'Allamah, Al-Hafidh, Shaykh al-Islam. Knower of the Jarh wa Ta'dil and Arabic, he followed the Aqida of the Salafs. Nicknamed "Qiwam as-Sunnah".

  • Rabee' al-Madkhali

    Shaykh Rabee' ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee

    The banner of Jarh wa Ta'dil of our time, he worked hard in the fight of innovation and was hardly denigrated and attacked for it. But the great scholars have always supported him.

  • Sa'id al-Qahtani (1440H)

    Sheikh Sa'id Ibn Wahf Al Qahtani (1371-1440H), author of dozens of books useful to the Ummah, and author of the world-famous Hisn al-Muslim.

  • SafiuRahman al-Mubarakpuri (1427H)

    Safi-ur-Rahman al-Mubarakpuri (1360-1427H)

  • Salih Aal ach-Cheikh

    Shaykh Salih ibn Abdel Aziz Aal ash-Shaykh

    Great Salafi contemporary scholar, author of many very beneficial comments in Aqida. He was the minister of religious affairs in Saudi Arabia from 1420 to 1439H.

  • Salih al-'Usaymi

    Cheikh Salih ibn Abd Allah al-'Usaymi

  • Salih as-Suhaymi

    Shaykh Salih ibn Sa'd as-Suhaymee

  • Salih Sindi

    Shaykh D. Salih ibn Abd al-'Aziz ibn 'Uthman Sindi, teacher at the Prophet's Mosque.

  • Shams ad-Din ar-Ramli (1004H)

    Muhammed ibn Ahmad ibn Hamza Shams ad-Din ibn Shihab ad-Din ar-Ramli (919-1004H)

    A great scholar of Fiqh Shafi'i, son of Shihab ad-Din ar-Ramli. He was nicknamed the little Shafi'i.

  • Shihab ad-Din ar-Ramli (957H)

    Shihab ad-Din Ahmad ibn Hamza ar-Ramli (957H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, an-Naqid. Grand Imam of Madhab Shafi'i, student of several Madhab Shafi'i scholars including: as-Suyuti, Zakariya al-Ansari and as-Sakhawi.

  • Sibawayh (180H)

    'Amr ibn 'Uthman ibn Qanbar, better known by Sibawayh (148-180H)

    Arabic language specialist, author of the famous book "Al-Kitab" known by "Kitab Sibawayh". All Arab grammarians are unanimous in saying that this work is one of the foundations of the Arabic language.

  • Siddiq Hasan Khan (1307H)

    Al-'Allamah Muhammad Siddiq Hasan Khan (1248-1307H)

    Great Indian scholar, author of many useful books in Arabic, Persian and Indian.

  • Soulayman ibn Sahman (1349H)

    Al-'Allaamah Sulayman ibn Sahman an-Najdi al-Hanbali (1266-1349H), one of the great scholars of the Da'wah Najdiyyah.

  • Sulayman Aal Shaykh (1233H)

    Sulayman ibn Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Abdel Wahhab (1200-1233H)

    The grandson of Imam Muhammad ibn Abdel-Wahhab, one of the great scholars of the Da'wah Najdiyyah.

  • Suleyman ar-Ruhayli

    Shaykh Sulayman al-Ruhayli

    Professor at the Islamic university of Madina, teacher at Masjid Nabawi, Iman wa Khatib at Masjid Quba.

  • Taqi ad-Din al-Hilali (1407H)

    Shaykh Mohammed Taqi ad-Din al-Hilali (1311-1407H)

    Moroccan Imam who traveled throughout his life in search of science: Egypt, India, Iraq, Medina, Mekka, Germany.

  • Ubayd al-Jabiri

    Shaykh 'Ubayd ibn Abd Allah al-Jaabiri

  • Umm Abdillah bint Muqbil

    Umm Abdillah bint Muqbil ibn Hadi al-Wadi'i

  • Uthman ad-Darimi (280H)

    Abu Sa'id Uthman ibn Sa'id ad-Darimi (200-280H)

    Al-Imam, al-'Allamah, al-Hafidh, an-Naqid. He sat before larger ones such as Yahya ibn Ma'in, Ishaq ibn al-Ruwayyah and 'Ali ibn al-Madini. He wrote books against the Jahmiyyah.

  • Zakaria al-Ansari (926H)

    Zakariyyah ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Ansari (824-926H)

    Ash-Shaykh, al-Imam, al-'Allamah, Shaykh al-Islam, Qadi al-Quda, Hamil Liwaa Madhab ash-Shafi'iyyah.

    Author of numerous books, including several in the Fiqh Shafi'i.

    Among his Shuyouks: al-Hafidh Ibn Hajar al-'Asqalani, Jalal ad-Din al-Mahalli, al-Bulqini and others.

    Among his students: Shihab ad-Din ar-Ramli, Ibn Hajar al-Haytami, al-Khatib al-Shirbini, Shams ad-Din ar-Ramli and others.

  • Zayd al-Madkhali (1435H)

    Shaykh Zayd ibn Muhammad ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee (1357-1435H)

  • ِAbdAllah ibn Jarul-Allah (1414H)

    Shaykh Abd Allah ibn Jarul-Allah ibn Ibrahim al-Jarul-Allah (1414H)

  • ‘Abd ar-Razzaq as-San‘ani (211H)

    Abd-ar-Razzaq ibn Hamam as-San'ani (126-211H)

    Al-Hafidh al-Kabir, 'Aalim al-Yemen, ath-Thiqah. He traveled to the Hijaz, Sham, and Iraq where he took the hadith and handed it over to the greatest of his time, like Imam Ahmad, Yahya ibn Ma'in and Abu Khaythamah.

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