Fayd al-Qadir

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Fayd al-Qadir
AuthorAl-Munawi
Original titleفيض القادر
CountryEgypt
LanguageArabic (originally)
SubjectHadith, Aqidah, Fiqih, Linguistic
GenreSharh
Publication date
16th century

Fayd al-Qadir Sharh al-Jami` al-Saghir (Arabic: فيض القدير شرح الجامع الصغير, romanizedThe Abundance of the Almighty's Inspiration /in/ the Explanation of Al-Jāmi' al-Saghir) is a multi-volume commentary on Imam Al-Suyuti's Hadith collection titled Al-Jami' al-Saghir.[1][2] Fayd al-Qadir is an exhaustive commentary by Imam Al-Munawi. Considered his most popular work, it is a very popular book amongst Sunnis.[3][4]

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The author extracts linguistic, aqidah, and fiqh benefits from the ahadith and connecting the narrations to other verses, ahadith, and statements of the scholars, Imam al-Munawi's explanation is distinctive in that it organises the ahadith in alphabetical order. This collection, which is frequently referenced, is drawn from well-known hadith literature.[5] The author reconciles the seemingly different hadiths and brings them together. He also grades the hadiths by scanning the narrators through his knowledge in Ilm al-rijal and criticizes it by pointing out weak or fabricated narrations.[6]

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  1. ^ Ellethy, Yaser (20 November 2014). Islam, Context, Pluralism and Democracy Classical and Modern Interpretations. Taylor & Francis. p. 269. ISBN 9781317627463.
  2. ^ Hanif, N. (24 May 2016). Variance in Arabic Manuscripts Arabic Didactic Poems from the Eleventh to the Seventeenth Centuries - Analysis of Textual Variance and Its Control in the Manuscripts. Walter de Gruyter. p. 170. ISBN 9783110460001.
  3. ^ Ibrahim, Ahmed F. (27 April 2015). Pragmatism in Islamic Law A Social and Intellectual History. Syracuse University Press. p. 250. ISBN 9780815653196.
  4. ^ Esposito, John L. (1995). The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World: Sata-Zurk. Oxford University Press. p. 174.
  5. ^ "FAYD AL-QADIR SHARH AL-JAMI AL-SAGHIR". islam786books.com.
  6. ^ "Al-Manawy's approach in the flood of the Almighty". islamweb.net.