The Fiqh of Ramadhan
Based on the Hanafi Text "Nur ul idhah wa najat al-arwah" (The Light of Elucidation and the Salvation of the Souls)
Shaykh Allama Muhammad al Yazdani Misbahi Al Hanafi
A Hanafi Faqih (Jurist) and graduate of Jamia tul Ashrafia of Mubarakpur, India where he studied Fiqh, Seerah, Usul al Fiqh and Hadith, he has studied nearly all the six sahihs and has received various Ijaza (Orthodox Certificates) from the great respected Ulema from Jamia tul Ashrafia. He has a Isnaad (chain of narration) in Fiqh going back to Al Imam al Azam Abu Hanifah Numan Ibn Thabit Al Kufi (rh) , he also has various Sanads in other sciences such as Hadith.
The Shaykh as also studied at the well know and most oldest Jamia in the Muslim world, Jamia Al Azhaar in Cairo, he has also graduated from The Alexandria University in Alexandria, he has a BSE in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Manchester, a MA degree in Islamic Studies from the University of SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), London and is currently finishing his LLB in Law from the University of Manchester and a PGC in teaching.
Shaykh Yazdani as Been Imam in Various locations in the UK such as Hounslow Jamia Masjid, he has also served as Imam at SOAS University (School of Oriental and African Studies) in London UK, Manchester, Bolton, Oldham. The Shaykh Currently teaches Arabic, Fiqh, Hadith, Aqeedah and other Sciences in the UK, he currently resides in London, where he serves has a Imam at The Mosque and Islamic Centre of Brent, may Allah preserve, reward and give a long and healthy life to the Shaykh and his noble Father and his noble family Ameen.
Imam Shurunbulali (rh)
The author of Nur ul Idhah wa najat al-arwah is Abu al-Ikhlas al-Hasan b. `Ammar b. `Ali b. Yusuf he was born in Shrunbalal in 994 A/H. He commenced his studies at the prestigious seat of learning, al-Azhar, Cairo, under the patronage of some of the most eminent scholars of his time. He himself later became a scholar of great repute and a copious writer, whose works exceed fifty in number. The Shaykh passed away in 1069 A/H.
Notes On The Text
The Nur al-idah is a classical text on sacred law, and for generations has been one of the most widely taught texts used to transmit Hanafi fiqh. Generations of scholars and layman alike have been taught the Nur al-idah, which gives them sufficient grounding in the basic masa’il they encounter daily.
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