Al-Jawharah an-Nayyirah Sharh li Mukhtasar al-Quduri (Fiqh Hanafi)
الجوهرة النيرة شرح لمختصر القدوري - أبي بكر الزبيدي
Al-Jawharah an-Nayyirah Sharh li Mukhtasar al-Quduri (362-428 AH) fi al-Fiqh al-Hanafi.
A book on jurisprudence that explains the book “Mukhtasar al-Quduri,” which is the foundation for the Hanafi School and is circulated among Scholars and Imams; this explanation is brief and does not change with the meaning.
The author has added to the book some addition, so he wrote a biography about Imam Al-Quduri and Imam Abi Bakr Al-Zubaidi, put the tables for the legal measures and weights, extracted and authenticated the Verses and Ahadiths, mentioned some annotations, adjusting the text of Al-Quduri, etc.
Very nice egyptian edition with the Tahqiq of the specialist Dr Said Bakdash.
- الجوهرة النيرة شرح لمختصر القدوري
- أبي بكر الزبيدي
- دار السلام
- Checking and preparation
- سائد بكداش
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