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      • Fatawy al-Ghazali (Verdicts of al-Ghazali)
      • Al-wasit fi al-mathab (The medium [digest] in the Jurisprudential school)
      • Kitab tahzib al-Isul (Prunning on Legal Theory)
      • al-Mustasfa fi 'ilm al-isul (The Clarified in Legal Theory)
      • Asas al-Qiyas (Foundation of Analogical reasoning)
      • al-Majmu' sharh al-Muhadhdhab المجموع شرح المهذب, is a comprehensive manual of Islamic law according to the Shafi'i school has been edited with Frenchtranslation by van den Bergh, 2 vols., Batavia (1882–1884), and published at Cairo (1888).
      • Minhaj al-Talibin منهاج الطالبين وعمدة المفتين في فقه الإمام الشافعي, a classical manual on Islamic Law according to Shafi'i fiqh.
    • Hanbali
      • Al-Kaafi fi fiqh al-Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal by Ibn Qudamah.
      • Wadih fi usul al-fiqh and (in part) Kitab al-funun, by ibn Aqil
    • Shia
      • Ja'fari
    • Others
      • The Lawful and the Prohibited in Islam by Yusuf al-Qaradawi
      • Nayl al-Awtar by Muhammad ash-Shawkani
  • Works based on Philosophy
    • Maqasid al falasifa (Aims of Philosophers) [written in the beginning of his life, in favour of philosophy and presenting the basic theories in Philosophy, mostly influenced by Avicenna's works]
    • Tahafut al-Falasifa (The Incoherence of the Philosophers), [in this book he refutes the Greek Philosophy aiming at Avicenna and Al-Farabi; and of which Ibn Rushd wrote his famous refutation Tahafut al-tahafut (The Incoherence of the Incoherence)]
    • Miyar al-Ilm fi fan al-Mantiq (Criterion of Knowledge in the Art of Logic)
    • Mihak al-Nazar fi al-mantiq (Touchstone of Reasoning in Logic)
    • al-Qistas al-mustaqim (The Correct Balance)
  • Works Based on Aqeedah
    • Other
    • Shia
    • Sunni
      • Fiqh al-Akbar
      • Kitab Al-Irshad Ila Qawati Al-Adilla Fi Usul Ati Tiqad by Al-Juwayni
      • Letters and quotes by Imam Malik (d.179H)
      • "ar-Risala" (the Introduction) by Imam Shafi'i (d.204H)
      • "Kitab al-Iman" by Abu 'Ubayd al-Qaasim ibn Salaam (d.224H)
      • "Kitab al-Iman" by Ibn Abi Shayba (d.235H)
      • "Usool us-Sunnah" by Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal (d.241H)
      • "Ar-Radd 'alal Jahmiyyah waz-Zanaadaqah" by Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal (d.241H)
      • "Kitab al-Iman" by Imam Bukhari (d.256H)
      • "Kitab at-Tawheed" by Imam Bukhari (d.256H)
      • "Khalq Afaalul-Ibaad" by Imam Bukhari (d.256H)
      • "As-Sunnah" by Abu Bakr al-Athram (d.273H)
      • "Kitab as-Sunnah" by Ibn Abu Dawood as Sijistaanee (d.275H)
      • "Al-Ikhtilaaf fee Ladfh war-Radd 'alal-Jahmiyyah" by Ibn Qutaybah (d.276H)
      • "Ahl us-Sunnah" by Abu Haatim ar-Raazee (d.277H)
      • "Ar-Radd 'alal Jayhmiyyah" by Imam ad-Darimee (d.280H)
      • "As-Sunnah" by Ibn Abee 'Aasim (d.287H)
      • "As-Sunnah" by Abdullah ibn Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal (d.290H)
      • "As-Sunnah" by Abu Bakr al-Maruzi (d.292H)
      • "As-Sunnah" by al-Marwazi (d.292H)
      • "Sharh us-Sunnah" by ibn Jareer at-Tabari (d.310H)
      • "Kitab at-Tawheed" by ibn Khuzayma al-Shafi'i (d.311H)
      • Al-Aqidah al-Tahawiyyah by Imam Tahawi (d.321H)
      • "Al-Maqaalatul-Islamiyeen by Imam Abdul-Hasan al-Ashari (d.324H)
      • "Ar-Risaalah ilaa Ahlth-Thaghr by Imam Abdul-Hasan al-Ashari (d.324H)
      • "Al-Ibaanah 'an Usoolid-Diyaanah by Imam Abdul-Hasan al-Ashari (d.324H)
      • "Sharh us-Sunnah" by Imam Barbahari (d.329H)
      • "Kitaab us-Sunnah by Abu Ahmad al-Asaal (d.349H)
      • Ash-Shareeah by Abu Bakr al-Aajuri (d.360H)
      • "Itiqaad Aimmatul-Hadeeth by Abu Bakr al-Ismaili (d.371H)
      • "Kitaabus-Sifaat by Imam ad-Daraqutni (d.385H)
      • "Kitaabun-Nuzool by Imam ad-Daraqutni (d.385H)
      • "Al-Ibaanah 'an Sharee'atil Firqatin -Naajiyah by Imam Battah al-Akbaree (d.387H)
      • "Sharhul-Ibaanah 'an Usoolis-Sunnah wad-Diyaanah by Imam Battah al-Akbaree (d.387H)
      • "Kitaabut-Tawheed by Ibn Mandah (d.395H)
      • "ar-Radd'alal-Jahmiyyah by Ibn Mandah (d.395H)
      • "Sharh Usool Itiqaad Ahlus-Sunnah Wal Jamaah by Imam al-Laalilka'i (d.428H)
      • "Al-Wusool ilaa Maarifatil-Istiwaa by Imam Abu 'Amr at-Talamankee al-Andalusee (d.429H)
      • "Al-Itiqaad by Abu Nuaym al-Ashbaanee (d.430H)
      • "Risaalah fee Ithbaatil-Istiwaa by Imaam Abu Muhammad al-Juwaynee (d.438H)
      • "Aqeedatus-Salaf Ashaabul-Hadeeth by Imam Abu Uthmaan as-Saboonee (d.449H)
      • "Al-I'tqaad alaa Madhabis-Salaf Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaah by Imam al-Bayhaqi (d.457H)
      • "Dhammul-Kalaam by Shaykh ul-Islaam Abu Ismaeel al-Harawee (d.481H)
      • al-Munqidh min al-dalal (Rescuer from Error)
      • Hujjat al-Haq (Proof of the Truth)
      • al-Iqtisad fil-i`tiqad (Median in Belief)
      • al-maqsad al-asna fi sharah asma' Allahu al-husna (The best means in explaining Allah's Beautiful Names)
      • Jawahir al-Qur'an wa duraruh (Jewels of the Qur'an and its Pearls)
      • Fayasl al-tafriqa bayn al-Islam wa-l-zandaqa (The Criterion of Distinction between Islam and Clandestine Unbelief)
      • Mishkat al-Anwar (The Niche for Lights, a commentary on the Verse of Light)
      • Tafsir al-yaqut al-ta'wil
      • Al-'Aqeedat-ul-Hasana / Husn al-'Aqidah - The fundamental creed of Islam as accepted by the Ahli-I-Sunnat sect, has been expounded in this work in the light of Quran and Hadith.
  • Works Based on Tasawwuf
    • Kashf ul-Majoob
    • The Silent Sufi
    • Sirr al-'Asrar
    • Mizan al-'amal (Criterion of Action)
    • Ihya' ulum al-din, "Revival of Religious Sciences"
    • Bidayat al-hidayah (Beginning of Guidance)
    • Kimiya-yi sa'ādat (The Alchemy of Happiness) [a résumé of Ihya'ul ulum, in Persian]
    • Nasihat al-muluk (Counseling Kings) [in Persian]
    • al-Munqidh min al-dalal (Rescuer from Error)
    • Minhaj al-'Abidin (Methodology for the Worshipers)
    • al-Wabil al-Sayyib by Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya
    • Dala'il al-Khayrat by Muhammad al-Jazuli
    • Hisnul Muslim by Sa'id bin Ali bin Wahf Al-Qahtani
    • Kimiya-yi sa'ādat by Al-Ghazali.
    • Minhaj ul Muslimeen by Syed Masood Ahmad
  • Works Based on The Personality of Muhammad
  • Works Based on The Biography of Muhammad
    • Seeratul Mustafa by Hazrat Maulna Abdul Mustafa Azami.
    • Shan-e-Habib e Rahman by Mufti Ahmed Yaar Naeemi.
    • Kitab al-Miraj by Abu'l-Qasim al-Nisaburi (alleged)
    • Ar-Raheeq Al-Makhtum by Safi-ur-Rehman Mubarakpuri
    • An Nabi Ul Khaatim by sayyed manazar ahasan Gilani
    • Seerat Khateem-ul-Ambiya by Muhammad Shafi Deobandi
    • Seerat-un-Nabi SAW. by Allama Shibli Naumani
    • As-Sirah an-Nabawiyyah, an edited (though not copied) version of Ibn Ishaq's original work.by Ibn Hisham
    • Seerat E Rasool Salalahu Alayhi Wassalim - Urdu -Shah Waliullah
  • Works Based on Biographies of the Sahliheen
    • Tahdhib al-Tahdhib by Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani
    • The Great History by Muhammad al-Bukhari
    • Al-Kamal fi Asma' al-Rijal by Abd al-Ghani al-Maqdisi
    • Tarikh Tafsir O Mufassareen by Ghulam Ahmed Harari
    • Hadees e Rasool SAW ka Qurani Meyar by Maulana Tayyab Sahab
    • Hujjat E Hadees by Mufti Taqi Usmani Sahab
    • Hasnat Ul Akhbar- Tarikh Ul Hadees by Abdussamad sarni
    • Mareef Ul Hadees by Mufti Muhammad Shafi Sahab Usmani
  • Works Based on Historiography
    • al-Tarikh al-Awsat (The Medium History) -al-bukhari
    • al-Tarikh al-Saghir (The Small History -al-bukhari
    • Kitāb al-Tārīkh: a book of history or, more likely, a listing of hadith transmitters by Ibn Majah
    • Raud al-Unuf by Al Suhayli, a commentary of Ibn Hisham's The Life of the Prophet
    • Muqaddimah by Ibn Khaldun
    • Genealogies of the Nobles by Ahmad Ibn Yahya al-Baladhuri
    • The Comprehensive Compilation of the Names of the Prophet's Companions by Ibn Abd-al-Barr
    • History of the Prophets and Kings by Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari
    • The Complete History by Ali ibn al-Athir
    • al-Bidayah wa al-Nihayah or Tarikh ibn Kathir by Ibn Kathir
    • History of the Caliphs by Suyuti
    • The Caliphs who Took the Right Way by Suyuti
    • History of Baghdad by Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi
    • Al-Farooq by Shibli Nomani
    • Al-Imama wa al-Siyasa by Ibn Qutaybah
    • Al-Fitna Al-Kubra by Taha Hussein
    • Sirat al-Halbiya by Burhan al-Din al-Marghinani
    • Fath al-Buldan by Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Baladhuri
    • Nobider Kahini by Dr. Muhammad Asadullah Al-Ghalib
    • Tarik E Tabri by Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari
    • Tarikh E Islam by Maulana akbar Shah najibabadi
    • Tabqat Ibn Saadby Muhammad bin Saad
    • Tabqat E Kabeer by Muhammad bin Saad
    • Tarikh E Masoodi by Abul Hasan Bin Husain Bin Ali Al Masoodi
  • Works Based on Critique
    • Taufa Ithna Ashari by Shah Abdul Aziz
    • Al-Sawa'iq al-Muhriqah by Ibn Hajar al-Haytami
    • Mawaddat al-Qurba by Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani (alleged)
    • Yanabi al-Muwadda by Sulayman al-Qunduzi (alleged)
  • Works Based on the Language of Arabic
    • al-Khulāsa al-alfiyya by Ibn Maalik

Fairuzabadi Edit

An abridgement of this last work was published as Al-Qamus Al-Muhit (Arabic: قاموس المحيط‎) ("Comprehensive Dictionary") and has over the centuries itself served as the basis of some later dictionaries. Al Fairuzabadi's work Al Qamus al Muhit gained popularity in the Arabic world, and one of the greates lexicographers Al Zabidi authored an explanation on it. Zabidi was born in India, he got education from Shah Waliullah Dehlawi in Delhi, he visited rab countries as: Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt, Palestine, etc., and settled in Zabid in Yamen so called ZABIDI. His commentary on Al qamus is known as "TAJ AL ARUS MIN JAHIR AL QAMUS" first published in Egypt and from Kuwait and Berut.

  • Works Based on Islamic Art
  • Other works to be catograized
    • al-Tabari
    • History of the Prophets and Kings – (Arabic: تاريخ الرسل والملوك or Tarikh al-Rusul wa al-Muluk or Tarikh al-Tabari)
    • The Commentary on the Qur'an – (Arabic: al-musamma Jami al-bayan fi ta'wil al-Qur'an, commonly called Tafsir al-Tabari)
    • Tahdhīb al-Athār
    • Aalim wa'l-muta‘allim
    • Kitaabul Rad alal Qaadiriyah
    • Introduction to the Science of Hadith – perhaps his best known work;
    • Ishkalat 'ala al-Wasit, also called Mushkil al-Wasit – which comprised brief comments on various subjects primarily in the first fourth of al-Wasit in Shafi'i fiqh which appeared in a large, single volume Ibn as-Salah
    • Al-Amaali – the transcription of the hadith he read aloud to his students, complete with the chains of narration;Ibn as-Salah
    • Numerous fatawa, or religious rulings,described by Abu Shahbah as having "much benefit"-Ibn as-Salah
    • Fawa`id, or benefits, from his travels which consisted of a number of volumes of unusual points of interest in various disciplines which he collected during his travels to Khurasan Ibn as-Salah
    • Adab al-Mufti wa al-Mustafti—The Etiquette of the One Giving a Verdict and of the One Seeking a Verdict Ibn as-Salah
    • Nukat `Ala al-Muhadhdhab
    • Al-Sunan al-Kubra, commonly known as Sunan al-Bayhaqi
    • Ma`arifa al-Sunan wa al-Athar
    • Bayan Khata Man Akhta`a `Ala al-Shafi`i (The Exposition of the Error of Those who have Attributed Error to al-Shafi`i)
    • Al-Mabsut, a book on Shafi`i Law
    • Al-Asma' wa al-Sifat (The Divine Names and Attributes)
    • Al-I`tiqad `ala Madhhab al-Salaf Ahl al-Sunna wa al-Jama`a
    • Dala'il al-Nubuwwah (The Signs of Prophethood)
    • Shu`ab al-Iman (The branches of faith)
    • Al-Da`awat al-Kabir (The Major Book of Supplications)
    • Al-Zuhd al-Kabir (The Major Book of Asceticism)
    • Al-Abwâb ("The Chapters")
    • Al-Amâlî ("The Dictations")
    • Amâlî al-`Ashiyyât ("Night Dictations")
    • Fadâ'il al-Shâfi`î ("The Immense Merits of al-Shâfi`î")
    • Fawâ'id al-Nusakh ("Benefits of the Copies")
    • Fawâ'id al-Khurâsâniyyîn ("Benefits of the People of Khurâsân")
    • Al-Iklîl fî Dalâ'il al-Nubuwwa ("The Diadem: The Marks of Prophethood")
    • Al-`Ilal ("The Defects of Hadîth")
    • Mâ Tafarrada bi Ikhrâjihi Kullu Wâhidin min al-Imâmayn ("Reports Found Only in al-Bukhârî or Only in Muslim")
    • Al-Madkhal ilâ `Ilm al-Sahîh ("Introduction to the Science of Sound Reports")
    • Ma`rifat Anwâ` `Ulûm al-Hadîth ("Knowledge of the Different Types of the Hadîth Sciences")
    • Al-Mustadrak `alâ al-Sahîhayn ("Supplement for What is Missing From al-Bukhârî and Muslim")
    • Muzakkâ al-Akhbâr ("Verified Reports")
    • Al-Sahîhân ("The Two Books of sahîh Hadîths")
    • Al-Talkhîs ("The Summary")
    • Tarâjim al-Musnad `alâ Shart al-Sahîhayn ("The Reports of Ahmad's Musnad That Match the Criteria of the Two Books of Sahîh")
    • Tarâjim al-Shuyûkh ("Biographies of the Shaykhs")
    • Târîkh `Ulamâ' Ahl Naysabûr ("History of the Scholars of Naysabûr")
    • al-Muʿjam al-Kabīr – published in 25 volumes containing 7800 pages
    • Al-Mu'jam Al-Awsat
    • Al-Mu'jam As-Saghir
    • Tafsīr al-Baghawī : al-musammá : maʻālim al-tanzīl (تفسير البغوي : المسمى : معالم التنزيل)
    • Al-Tahdhīb fī fiqh al-imām al-Shāfiʻī (التهذيب في فقه الإمام الشافعي)
    • Sharḥ al-sunnah (شرح السنة)
    • Masabih al-Sunnah (مصابيح السنة)
    • Al-Anwār fī shamāʼil al-Nabī al-Mukhtār (الأنوار في شمائل النبي المختار )
    • Al-Jamʻ bayna al-Ṣaḥīḥayn (الجمع بين الصحيحين)
    • Al-Arbaʻīn ḥadīthan (الأربعين حديثاً)
    • Majmūʻah min al-fatāwā (مجموعة من الفتاوى)
  • al-mawardi
      • Al-Ahkam al-Sultania w'al-Wilayat al-Diniyya (The Ordinances of Government)
      • Qanun al-Wazarah (Laws regarding the Ministers)
      • Kitab Nasihat al-Mulk (The Book of Sincere Advice to Rulers)
      • Kitab Aadab al-Dunya w'al-Din (The Ethics of Religion and of this World)
      • Personas of the Prophethoot[1]
    • Al-Juwayni
      • Ghiyath al-Umam
      • Mughith al-Khalq
      • Nihaya al-Matlab fi Diraya al-Madhhab ("The End of the Quest in the Knowledge of the [Shafi'i] School"), his magnum opus, which Ibn 'Asakir said had no precedent in Islam
      • Mukhtasar al-Nihaya.
      • al-Burhan
      • al-Talkhis
      • al-Waraqat
      • al-Shamil
      • Kitab Al-Irshad Ila Qawati' Al-Adilla Fi Usul al-I'tiqad, shortly known as Al-Irshad
      • al-'Aqida al-Nizamiyya
    • Sheikh Al-Qutbi
      • Al-Majmu'at al-mubaraka ("The Blessed Collection"),
    • ibn Nuhaas
      • Mashari al-Ashwaq ila Masari al-Ushaaq.

Ibn Hajar al-Haytami Edit

      • al-Sawa'iq al-Muhriqah
      • Asma al-Matalib
      • Tahrir al-Maqal fi Adab wa Ahkam fi ma yahtaj ilay-ha Mu'addibu al-Atfal
      • Mablaghu'l Arab fi Fadayil al-Arab
      • Al-Jawhar al-Munazzam fi Ziyarati'l Qabr
      • As-Sawayiq al-Muhriqah ala Ahl al-Bidayi wa'd Dalali wa'z Zandaqah
      • Tuhfatu'l Muhtaj li Sharh Al-Minhaj (in four volumes)
      • Al-Khayrat al-Hisan fi Manaqib Abi Hanifah an-Numan
      • "Al Fatawa al-Rizwiyyah
      • Al-Fatawa al-Haytamiyyah
      • Al-Fatawa al-Hadithiyyah
      • Fat'h Al-Ilah Sharh Mishkah
      • Al-Eeaab fi Sharh al-Ubab
      • Al-Imdad fi Sharh al-Irshad
      • Fat'h al-Jawwad bi Sharh al-Irshad
      • Al-Fat'h al-Mubin Sharh al-Arbayin an-Nawawiyyah
      • Nasihatu'l Muluk
      • Asraf al-Wasayil ila Fahmi'sh Shamayil
      • Madan al-Yawaqit al-Multamiah fi Manaqib Al-Ayimmah al-Arba'ah
      • Al-Minah al-Makkiyyah fi Sharfi Hamziyyah al-Busiriyyah
      • Al-Manhaj al-Qawim fi Masayil at-Talim. Sharh Muqadammati'l Hadramiyyah
      • Ad-Durar az-Zahirah fi Kashfi Bayani'l Akhirah
      • Az-Zawajir an Iqtirafal-Kabayir
      • Tahdhir ath-Thiqat min Akli'l Kaftati wa'l Qat
      • Al-Iylam bi Qawatiy al-Islam
      • Kaffar-Raa'a min Muharramati'l Lahwi wa's Sama'a
      • Itmam an Niymatu'l Kubra ala al-Aalam fi Mawlidi Sayyidi Waladi Adam

Al-Razi had written over a hundred works on a wide variety of subjects. His major works include:

      • Tafsir al-Kabir (The Great Commentary) (also known as Mafatih al-Ghayb)
      • Al-Bayan wa al-Burhan fi al-Radd `ala Ahl al-Zaygh wa al-Tughyan
      • Al-Mahsul fi 'Ilm al-Usul
      • Al-Mutakallimin fi 'Ilm al-Kalam
      • Ilm al-Akhlaq (Science of Ethics)
      • Kitab al-Firasa (Book on Firasa)
      • Kitab al-Mantiq al-Kabir (Major Book on Logic)
      • Kitab al-nafs wa l-ruh wa sharh quwa-huma (Book on the Soul and the Spirit and their Faculties)
      • Mabahith al-mashriqiyya fi 'ilm al-ilahiyyat wa-'l-tabi'iyyat (Eastern Studies in Metaphysics and Physics)
      • Matalib al-'Aliya
      • Muhassal afkar al-mutaqaddimin wa-'l-muta'akhkhirin (The Harvest of the Thought of the Ancients and Moderns)
      • Nihayat al 'Uqul fi Dirayat al-Usul
      • Risala al-Huduth
      • Sharh al-Isharat (Commentary on the Isharat)
      • Sharh Asma' Allah al-Husna (Commentary on Asma' Allah al-Husna)
      • Sharh Kulliyyat al-Qanun fi al-Tibb (Commentary on Canon of Medicine)
      • Sharh Nisf al-Wajiz li'l-Ghazali (Commentary on Nisf al-Wajiz of Al-Ghazali)
      • Sharh Uyun al-Hikmah (Commentary on Uyun al-Hikmah)
    • Mohammed_al-Ghazali
      • Islam and the Modern Economy
    • Islam and Political Despotism
    • Fanaticism and Tolerance Between Christianity and Islam
    • Fiqh Al Seerah
    • Tafsir on the Qur'an
    • Laisa Minal Islam (Not From Islam)

Among other works, Al-Daraqutni has written the following:

    • “Sunan al-Daraqutni”
    • “al-Mutalif wa-l-Mukhtalif”
    • “Ilal al-Hadith”
    • “at-Tatabbu′”

This is a short list of some of al-Baghdadi's works. Some accounts have him authoring over 80 titles.[1]

    • Ta'rikh Baghdad: The History of Baghdad
    • al-Kifaya fi ma'rifat usul 'ilm al-riwaya: an early work dealing with Hadith terminology, which Ibn Hajar praised as influential in the field
    • al-Djami' li-akhlak al-rawi wa-adab al-sami
    • Takyid al-'ilm: Questions whether putting traditions into writing is forbidden
    • Sharaf ashab al-hadith: Centers around the significance of traditionalists
    • al-Sabik wa 'l-lahik: dealing with hadith narrators of a particular type
    • al-Mu'tanif fi takmilat al-Mu'talif wa 'l-mukhtalif: Correct spelling and pronunciation of names
    • al-Muttafik wa 'l-muftarik
    • Talkhis al-mutashabih fi 'l-rasm wa-himayat ma ashkala minhu min nawadir al-tashif wa 'l-wahm
    • al-Asma' al-mubhama fi 'l-anba' al-muhkama: identifying unnamed individuals mentioned in hadith
    • al-Rihla fi talab al-hadith
    • Iktida' al-'ilm al-'amal

Abû Nu`aym authored over a hundred works Among them:

    • The Hilyat al-awliya' is a substantial work in ten volumes, comprising a total of 650 biographies, amounting to about 4,000 pages in the printed edition. The work includes many biographies of early Islam. Most biographies of individuals that are directly involved with the development of Sufi mysticism are found in the tenth volume.
    • Al-Arba`în `alâ Madhhab al-Mutahaqqiqîn min al-Sûfiyya, in print
    • Dalâ'il al-Nubuwwa ("The Signs and Proofs of Prophethood"), devoted entirely to the person of the Prophet Muhammad, this large work - partly in print - was expanded by al-Bayhaqî to seven volumes in a like-titled work.
    • Dhikr Akhbâr Asbahân ("Memorial of the Chronicles of Ispahan"), in print
    • Al-Du`afâ', in print
    • Fadâ'il al-Khulafâ' al-Arba`a wa Ghayrihim, in print
    • Fadîlat al-`Adilîn min al-Wulât, a collection of over forty narrations on just government and the duties of the governed towards the rulers. Al-Sakhâwî documented each narration in detail and both the work and its documentation were published.
    • Juz` fî Turuq Hadîth Inna Lillâhi Tis`atun wa Tis`îna Isman, in print
    • Al-Mahdî.
    • Ma`rifat al-Sahâba wa Fadâ'ilihim ("Knowing the Companions and Their Merits"), in print. This book was the basis of subsequent similar works by Ibn `Abd al-Barr, Ibn al-Athîr, and Ibn Hajar.
    • Musnad al-Imâm Abî Hanîfa, in print
    • Al-Mustakhraj `alâ al-Bukhârî ("Additional Narrations Meeting al-Bukhârî's Criterion"), in print
    • Al-Mustakhraj `alâ Muslim ("Additional Narrations Meeting Muslim's Criterion"), in print
    • Riyâdat al-Abdân, in print
    • Al-Shu`arâ' ("The Poets").
    • Al-Sifât. Al-Suyûtî mentioned it in his commentary on Sûrat al-Nâs in his book al-Iklîl fî Istinbât al-Tanzîl.
    • Sifat al-Janna ("Description of Paradise"), in print
    • Tabaqât al-Muhaddithîn wal-Ruwât ("Biography-Layers of the Hadîth Scholars and Narrators").
    • Tasmiyatu mâ Intahâ ilaynâ min al-Ruwât `an al-Fadl ibn Dukayn `Aliyan, in print
    • Tasmiyatu mâ Intahâ ilaynâ min al-Ruwât `an Sa`îd ibn Mansûr `Aliyan, in print
    • Tathbît al-Imâma wa Tartîb al-Khilâfa, in print, a refutation of Shî`ism.
    • Al-Tibb al-Nabawî ("Prophetic Medicine").
    • Tahdhib al-Asma wal-Lughat تهذيب الأسماء, has been edited as the Biographical Dictionary of Illustrious Men chiefly at the Beginning of Islam by F. Wüstenfeld(Göttingen, 1842–1847).
    • Taqrib al-Taisir التقريب والتيسير لمعرفة سنن البشير النذير, an introduction to the study of hadith, it is an extension of Ibn al-Salah's Muqaddimah, was published at Cairo, 1890, with Suyuti's commentary "Tadrib al-Rawi". It has been in part translated into French by W. Marçais in the Journal asiatique, series ix., vols. 16–18 (1900–1901).

Al-Nawawi

    • Ma Tamas ilayhi hajat al-Qari li Saheeh al-Bukhaari ما تمس إليه حاجة القاري لصـحيح البـخاري,
    • Tahrir al-Tanbih تحرير التنبيه,
    • Kitab al-Adhkar الأذكار المنتخبة من كلام سيد الأبرار, is a collection of supplications of prophet Muhammad.
    • al-Tibyan fi adab Hamalat al-Quran التبيان في آداب حملة القرآن,
    • Adab al-fatwa wa al-Mufti wa al-Mustafti آداب الفتوى والمفتي والمستفتي,
    • al-Tarkhis fi al-Qiyam الترخيص بالقيام لذوي الفضل والمزية من أهل الإسلام,
    • Manasik متن الإيضاح في المناسك, on Hajj rituals.
    • Mukhtasar at-Tirmidhi
    • Tabaqat ash-Shafi'iyah
    • Rawdhat al-Talibeen
    • Bustan al-`arifin
      • Recent English Language Editions

Bustan al-ʿarifin (The Garden of Gnostics), Translated by Aisha Bewley

Minhaj al-Talibin[edit]

Minhaj et talibin: A Manual of Muhammadan Law ; According To The School of Shafi, Law Publishing Co (1977) ASIN B0006D2W9I

Minhaj et talibin: A Manual of Muhammadan Law ; According To The School of Shafi, Navrang (1992) ISBN 81-7013-097-2

Minhaj Et Talibin: A Manual of Muhammadan Law, Adam Publishers (2005) ISBN 81-7435-249-X

Al-Nawawi's Forty Hadith

The Compendium of Knowledge and Wisdom; Translation of Jami' Uloom wal-Hikam by Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali translated by Abdassamad Clarke, Turath Publishing (2007) ISBN 0-9547380-2-0

Al-Nawawi Forty Hadiths and Commentary; Translated by Arabic Virtual Translation Center; (2010) ISBN 978-1-4563-6735-0

Ibn-Daqiq’s Commentary on the Nawawi Forty Hadiths; Translated by Arabic Virtual Translation Center; (2011) ISBN 1-4565-8325-5

Al-Nawawi's Forty Hadith, Translated by Ezzeddin Ibrahim, Islamic Texts Society; New edition (1997) ISBN 0-946621-65-9

The Forty Hadith of al-Imam al-Nawawi, Abul-Qasim Publishing House (1999) ISBN 9960-792-76-5

The Complete Forty Hadith, Ta-Ha Publishers (2000) ISBN 1-84200-013-6

The Arba'een 40 Ahadith of Imam Nawawi with Commentary, Darul Ishaat

Commentary on the Forty Hadith of Al-Nawawi (3 Vols.), by Jamaal Al-Din M. Zarabozo, Al-Basheer (1999) ISBN 1-891540-04-1

Riyad al-Salihin[edit]

Gardens of the righteous: Riyadh as-Salihin of Imam Nawawi, Rowman and Littlefield (1975) ISBN 0-87471-650-0

Riyad-us-Salihin: Garden of the Righteous, Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyah

Riyadh-us-Saliheen (Vol. 1&2 in One Book) (Arabic-English) Dar Ahya Us-Sunnah Al Nabawiya Al-Mizzi

      • Tahdhib al-Kamal fi asma' al-rijal: a reworking of Al-Kamal fi Asma' al-Rijal, a collection of hadith narrator biographies.[3]
      • Tuhfah al-Ashraf: an index of the hadith contained in the Six major Hadith collections based upon the tarf, or beginning segment, of those hadith.[3]
      • al-Haythami-:
        • Majma' al-Zawa'id wa Manba' al-Fawa'id (10 vols)
        • Mawarid al-Dham'an ila Zawa'id Ibn Hibbaan ('ala Sahihain)

Ibn Hajar authored more than fifty works on hadith, hadith terminology, biographical evaluation, history, Quranic exegesis, poetry and Shafi'i jurisprudence.

      • Fath al-Bari – considered the most prominent and reliable commentary on al-Bukhari's Jami` al-Sahih: In 1414 (817 A.H.), Ibn Hajar commenced the enormous task of assembling his commentary on Sahih Bukhari. Ibn Rajab had begun to write a huge commentary on Sahih Bukhari in the 1390s with the title of Fath al-Bari. Thus, Ibn Hajar decided to name his own commentary with the same title, Fath al-Bari, which in time became the most valued commentary of Sahih Bukhari. When it was finished, in December 1428 (Rajab 842 A.H.), a celebration was held near Cairo, attended by the ulema, judges, and leading Egyptian personalities. Ibn Hajar read the final pages of his work, after which poets recited eulogies and gold was distributed. It was, according to historian Ibn Iyaas (d. 930 A.H.), 'the greatest celebration of the age in Egypt.'
      • al-Isaba fi tamyiz al-Sahaba – the most comprehensive dictionary of the Companions.
      • al-Durar al-Kamina – a biographical dictionary of leading figures of the eighth century.
      • Tahdhib al-Tahdhib – an abbreviation of Tahdhib al-Kamal, the encyclopedia of hadith narrators by Yusuf ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Mizzi
      • Taqrib al-Tahdhib – the abridgement of Tahthib al-Tahthib.
      • Ta'jil al-Manfa'ah – biographies of the narrators of the Musnads of the four Imams, not found in al-Tahthib.
      • Bulugh al-Maram min adillat al-ahkam – on hadith used in Shafi'i fiqh.
      • Nata'ij al-Afkar fi Takhrij Ahadith al-Adhkar
      • Lisan al-Mizan – a reworking of Mizan al-'Itidal by al-Dhahabi.
      • Talkhis al-Habir fi Takhrij al-Rafi`i al-Kabir
      • al-Diraya fi Takhrij Ahadith al-Hidaya
      • Taghliq al-Ta`liq `ala Sahih al-Bukhari
      • Risala Tadhkirat al-Athar
      • al-Matalib al-`Aliya bi Zawa'id al-Masanid al-Thamaniya
      • Nukhbat al-Fikar along with his explanation of it entitled Nuzhah al-Nathr in hadith terminology
      • al-Nukat ala Kitab ibn al-Salah – commentary of the Muqaddimah of Ibn al-Salah
      • al-Qawl al-Musaddad fi Musnad Ahmad a discussion of hadith of disputed authenticity in the Musnad of Ahmad
      • Silsilat al-Dhahab
      • Ta`rif Ahl al-Taqdis bi Maratib al-Mawsufin bi al-Tadlis

Al-Dhahabi

        • Tarikh al-Islam al-kabir. (Major History of Islam); Ibn Hajar received it from Abu Hurayra ibn al-Dhahabi.[9]
        • Siyar a`lam al-nubala'. (The Lives of Noble Figures), 23 volumes, a unique encyclopedia of biographical history.
        • Tadhhib Tahdhib al-Kamal, an abridgement of al-Mizzi's abridgement of al-Maqdisee's Al-Kamal fi Asma' al-Rijal, a compendium of historical biographies forhadith narrators cited in the Six major Hadith collections.
          • Al-Kashif fi Ma`rifa Man Lahu Riwaya fi al-Kutub al-Sitta, an abridgment of the Tadhhib.
            • Al-Mujarrad fi Asma' Rijal al-Kutub al-Sitta, an abridgment of the Kashif.
        • Mukhtasar Kitab al-Wahm wa al-Iham li Ibn al-Qattan.
        • Mukhtasar Sunan al-Bayhaqi, an abridgement of Bayhaqi's Sunan al-Kubara.
        • Mukhtasar al-Mustadrak li al-Hakim, an abdridgement of Hakim's Al-Mustadrak alaa al-Sahihain.
        • Al-Amsar Dhawat al-Athar (Cities Rich in Historical Relics), which begins with the description of Madina al-Munawwara.
        • Al-Tajrid fi Asma' al-Sahaba, a dictionary of the Companions.
        • Tadhkirat al-huffaz. (The Memorial of the Hadith Masters), a chronological history of the biography of hadith masters. Ibn Hajar received it from Abu Hurayra ibn al-Dhahabi.[10]
        • Al-Mu`in fi Tabaqat al-Muhaddithin, a compendium of hadith scholars (Muhaddithin).
        • Tabaqat al-Qurra (Biography-Layers of the Qur'anic Scholars).
        • Duwal al-Islam (The Islamic Nations), a condensed history with emphasis on political figures and events.
        • Al-Kaba'ir (The Major Sins)
        • Manaaqib Al-imam Abu Hanifa wa saahibayhi Abu Yusuf wa Muhammad Ibn al-Hasan (The Honoured status of Imam Abu Hanifa and his two companions, Abu Yusuf and Muhammad ibn Al-Hasan)

Al-shakhawi

          • Al-Tuhfah al-latifah fi Tarikh al-Madinah al-Sharifah (التحفة اللطيفة في تاريخ المدينة الشريفة): About Madinah al-Munawwara.
          • Fath al-Mugeeth bi Sharh Alfiyat al-Hadith (al-'Iraqi)
          • Al-Daw' al-lami` li ahli al-Qarni al-Tasi
          • Al-Jawahir wa al-Durar fi Tarjamat Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Hajar (al-Asqalani) (Pearls and Diamonds: the Biography of Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Hajar of `Asqalan)
          • Al-Maqasid al-Hasanah
          • Ashratu Sa'ah (Signs of the Day of Judgment) - which has been recently reprinted with 'Tahqiq' by Muhammad al-'Aqeel.
          • Al-riḥlah al-Ḥalabīyah wa tarājimihā (الرحلة الحلبية وتراجمها)
          • Al-riḥlah al-Makkīyah (الرحلة المكية)
          • Al-riḥlah al-Sakandarīyah (الرحلة السكندرية)
          • Al-baladaniyat al-ʻalīyāt (البلدنيات العليات): A book where he recorded the names of 80 towns he visited and took knowledge from its scholars.
          • Bughyat al-rāwī bi-man akhadha ʻanhu al-Sakhawi (بغية الراوي بمن أخذ عنه السخاوي) or Al-imtinān bi-shuyūkh Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Rahman (الامتنان بشيوخ محمد بن عبد الرحمن): A dictionary that lists the names of all his teachers.

ibn Kathir

            • Tafsir ibn Kathir (English: Tafsir ibn Kathir Available on [1])
            • The Beginning and the End (Arabic: Al Bidayah wa-Nihayah or Tarikh ibn Kathir)
            • Al-Sira Al-Nabawiyya (Ibn Kathir)
            • Al-Baa'ith al-Hatheeth: an abridgement of the Muqaddimah by Ibn al-Salah in Hadith terminology
            • Tabaqaat ah-Shafi'iah
            • Talkhis al-Istighatha
            • Stories of the Prophets
            • At-Takmeel Ma'rifati Ath-Thiqat Wal-Majaheel (The complete book of criticism and praise, and knowledge of the trustworthy reporters and the unknown reporters).
            • Jami' Al-Masaneed Was-Sunan Al-Hadi Li-Aqwam Sunan (The compined Musnads and the Sunan which guides to most precious Sunan).
            • Tabaqat Ash-Shafi'i yyah (The levels of the Shafi'i scholars).
          • Al-thalabi
          • Tafsir al-Thalabi

Lives of the Prophets (Arabic: "Arais Al-Majalis Fi Qisas Al-Anbiya"), translated by William M. Brinner and Beate Wiesmuller

        • Al-Suyuti
            • Al-Itqān fi ‘Ulum Al-Qur’an (translated into English as The Perfect Guide to the Sciencs of the Qur'an, ISBN 9781859642412)
            • Tafsir al-Jalalayn (Arabic:تفسير الجلالين)
            • Al-Tibb al Nabawî, or "Prophetic medicine" (Arabic: الطب النبوي)
            • Al-Jaami' al-Kabîr (Arabic: الجامع الكبير)
            • Al-Jaami' al-Saghîr (Arabic: الجامع الصغير)
            • Dur al-Manthur (Arabic: درالمنثور) in tafsir
            • Alfiyyah al-Hadith [3]
            • Tadrib al-Rawi (Arabic: تدريب الراوي) both in hadith terminology
            • History of the Caliphs (Arabic:Tarikh al-khulafa)
            • The Khalifas who took the right way (Arabic Al-Khulafah Ar-Rashidun)
            • Tabaqat al-huffaz an appendix to al-Dhahabi's Tadhkirat al-huffaz
            • Nuzhat al-julasāʼ fī ashʻār al-nisāʼ (Arabic: نزهة الجلساء في أشعار النساء‎)
            • Al-Khasais-ul-Kubra which discusses the miracles of Islamic prophet Muhammad
            • Al-Muzhir. (linguistics).
            • Sharh al-Sudur Bi Sharh Hal al-Mawta Wa al-Qubur

Ibn Hajar authored more than fifty works on hadith, hadith terminology, biographical evaluation, history, Quranic exegesis, poetry and Shafi'i jurisprudence.

            • Fath al-Bari – considered the most prominent and reliable commentary on al-Bukhari's Jami` al-Sahih: In 1414 (817 A.H.), Ibn Hajar commenced the enormous task of assembling his commentary on Sahih Bukhari. Ibn Rajab had begun to write a huge commentary on Sahih Bukhari in the 1390s with the title of Fath al-Bari. Thus, Ibn Hajar decided to name his own commentary with the same title, Fath al-Bari, which in time became the most valued commentary of Sahih Bukhari. When it was finished, in December 1428 (Rajab 842 A.H.), a celebration was held near Cairo, attended by the ulema, judges, and leading Egyptian personalities. Ibn Hajar read the final pages of his work, after which poets recited eulogies and gold was distributed. It was, according to historian Ibn Iyaas (d. 930 A.H.), 'the greatest celebration of the age in Egypt.'
            • al-Isaba fi tamyiz al-Sahaba – the most comprehensive dictionary of the Companions.
            • al-Durar al-Kamina – a biographical dictionary of leading figures of the eighth century.
            • Tahdhib al-Tahdhib – an abbreviation of Tahdhib al-Kamal, the encyclopedia of hadith narrators by Yusuf ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Mizzi
            • Taqrib al-Tahdhib – the abridgement of Tahthib al-Tahthib.
            • Ta'jil al-Manfa'ah – biographies of the narrators of the Musnads of the four Imams, not found in al-Tahthib.
            • Bulugh al-Maram min adillat al-ahkam – on hadith used in Shafi'i fiqh.
            • Nata'ij al-Afkar fi Takhrij Ahadith al-Adhkar
            • Lisan al-Mizan – a reworking of Mizan al-'Itidal by al-Dhahabi.
            • Talkhis al-Habir fi Takhrij al-Rafi`i al-Kabir
            • al-Diraya fi Takhrij Ahadith al-Hidaya
            • Taghliq al-Ta`liq `ala Sahih al-Bukhari
            • Risala Tadhkirat al-Athar
            • al-Matalib al-`Aliya bi Zawa'id al-Masanid al-Thamaniya
            • Nukhbat al-Fikar along with his explanation of it entitled Nuzhah al-Nathr in hadith terminology
            • al-Nukat ala Kitab ibn al-Salah – commentary of the Muqaddimah of Ibn al-Salah
            • al-Qawl al-Musaddad fi Musnad Ahmad a discussion of hadith of disputed authenticity in the Musnad of Ahmad
            • Silsilat al-Dhahab
            • Ta`rif Ahl al-Taqdis bi Maratib al-Mawsufin bi al-Tadlis

Shah Walliullah

  • "Hujjatullah Hil Baligha Arabic *"Hujjatullah Hil Baligha Urdu The magnum opus of Shah has been discussed in the seventh section of this work.
  • "Altaf al-quds" (The sacred knowledge of the higher functions of the mind: Altaf al-Quds)[8]
  • Al-Khayr al-kathir (The Abundant Good)[9]
  • Ḥujjat Allāh al-Bāligha[5]
  • Sata'at (Manifestations)
  • Lamahat (Flashes of Lightning)
  • "Sharah Hijbul Bahar Ma Hamah" Urdu
  • "Fuyuz Ul Haramain" Arabic & Urdu Fuyud al-haramayn (Emanations or Spiritual Visions of Makkah and Madina)[6]
  • "Tafheemat E Ilahiya" Al-Tafhimat (Instructions or Clear Understanding)
  • Al-Budur al-bazighah (The Full Moons Rising in Splendor)
  • "AL fauz Ul Kabeer" Urdu Al-Fauz Al-Kabir Fi Usul Al-Tafsir
  • Al-Irshad ila-Muhimmat-I-Ilm-al-Isnad (Arabic)- is about the scholars of Hejaz who taught Shah Waliullah.
  • Izalat al-Khafa 'an Khilafat al- Khulfa (Persian)
  • Al-Fauzul Kabir Fi Usoolu-Tafseer (Arabics)
  • "Al qaul Ul Jameel" Urdu
  • Atayyab al-naghm fi Madh-I-Saiyid al- Arab wal-Ajam (Arabic)- A collection of odes eulogizing Muhammad which speak of Shah's poetic talent and love towards him.
  • Altaf al-Quds (Persian) - Deals with esoteric principles of mysticism.
  • Al-Imdad-o-fi Ma'athir al-Ajdad (Persian)- A brochure giving Shah Waliullah’s genealogical table and containing brief notices about some of his ancestors.
  • Al-Intibah-o-fi Salasil-il-Aulia Allah (Persian)- Gives the history and brief introduction of different mystic orders.
  • Insan al-ain fi Mashikh al-Haeamyn (Persian)
  • Al insaf-o-fi Bayan-I-Asbab al-Ikhtalaf (Arabic)
  • "Anfas ul Arifeen" Urdu Anfas aal Arifin (Persian)
  • Al-Budur al-Bazigha (Arabic)- This work on theology employs philosophical terminology in discussing human nature and social behavior.
  • Bawariq al-Wilayah (Persian)- The tract forms part of the Anfas al-Arifin in which the Shah has described the life and spiritual attainments of his father Shah Abdur Rahim.
  • Tawil al-ahadith (Arabic)- It recount the stories of different prophets mentioned in the Quran in order to draw out lessons and rules of Shariah from the Quranic describtion.
  • Tuhfatul Muwahhidin- It is a Persian tract explaining the creed of tauhid.
  • Tarajim-o-Abwab al-Bukhari (Arabic)- It expounds the principles which would be found helpful in understanding certain difficult portions of the Bukhari.
  • At-Tafhimat al-Ilahiyah (Arabic and Persian)- It's a mystical work, partly in Arabic and partly in Persian, giving the mystical experiences of Shah.
  • Al-Juz al-Latif fi- Tarjumata al-Abd al- Dhayif(Persian)
  • Hujjat Allah al-Baligha (Arabic)-
  • Al-Khair al-Kathir(Arabic)- This work on philosophy of religion elucidates the concept of m'arifat and wisdom of Divine Names, revelation etc.
  • Ad-durrus Thamain fi-Mubashshiratil Nabi al-Amin (Arabic)- It is a collection of glad tidings the Shah and his ancestors had had from Muhammad.
  • Diwan-o-Ashar (Arabic)- A collection of the Arabic verses of the Shah.
  • Risalah- was written in reply to certain mystical issues raised by Shaikh 'Abdullah bin Abdul Baqi.
  • Risalah Danishmandi (Persian) - A valuable tract containing detailed directions in regard to methodology of teaching.
  • Zahrawayn- A commentary on the Surat-ul-Baqarah and Imran.
  • Surur al- Mahzun (Persia)- It is a concise Persian rendering of the Kitab Nur al-Uyun il-Amin *al-Mamun a well-known biography of Muhammad.
  • Sharh-o-Tarajim-I-Abwab-I-Sahih al-Bukhari (Arabic)- is an annotation on certain chapters of the Sahih of Bukhari.
  • Shifa al-Qulub (Persian)- is a tract of mysticism.
  • Shawariq al-Marifat (Persian)- a biography of the Shah's Uncle Shaikh Abdul Raza.
  • Al-Atiyatus Samadiyah Fi Anfas Al-Muhammadiyah (Persian)- this small brochure contains a biographical sketch of the Shah's maternal grandfather Shaikh Muhammad Phulti.
  • Iqd Al-Jid Fi-Aakham Al-Ijtihad Wat-Tajdid (Arabic)
  • Fath-ur-Rahman (Persian)-a translation of the Quran.
  • Fath-al-Kabir (Arabic)- A glossary of the intricate words of the Quran.
  • Fath al-Wadud-li-Marifata-al-Junud(Arabic)- it pertains to the ethics and mysticism.
  • Al fadhl Al-Mubin Fi Al-Musalsal Min Hadithin Nabi Al-Amin (Arabic)- It is about Hadith

The Ashari scholar Ibn Furak numbers Abu al-Hasan al-Ash'ari's works at 300, and the biographer Ibn Khallikan at 55;[13] Ibn Asāker gives the titles of 93 of them, but only a handful of these works, in the fields of heresiography and theology, have survived. The three main ones are:

            • Maqālāt al-islāmīyīn,[1] it comprises not only an account of the Islamic sects but also an examination of problems in kalām, or scholastic theology, and the Names and Attributes of Allah; the greater part of this works seems to have been completed before his conversion from the Mutaziltes.
            • Kitāb al-luma[2]
            • Kitāb al-ibāna 'an usūl al-diyāna,[3] is according to his disciples a forgery[14] attributed to Al-Ashari; a supposed exposition of his developed theological views and arguments against Mutazilite doctrines where he recanted his previous beliefs. But the Salafists generally claim that it marks his late repentance et his return to the bleifs of the "salaf". The book was supposedly written after he repented from his orthodox Ahlus Sunnah beliefs to heterodoxical anthropomorphic beliefs following his encounter with the extreme sectarian outlaw Al-Hasan ibn 'Ali al-Barbahari and was primarily an attempt to call his previous followers back to Islam.[15]
          • Al-Hakim recorded that Ibn Khuzaymah wrote more than 140 books.[1] Little of what he wrote survives today:[1]
            • Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Khuzaymah : mukhtaṣar al-Mukhtaṣar min al-musnad al-Ṣaḥīḥ (صحيح بن خزيمة : مختصر المختصر من المسند الصحيح): Only one fourth of the book survived.
            • Kitāb al-Tawḥīd wa-ithbāt ṣifāt al-Rabb ʻazza wa-jall (کتاب التوحيد وإثبات صفات الرب عز وجل): "The Book of the Affirmation of Divine Unity and the Affirmation of the Attributes of the Lord"
            • Shaʼn al-duʻāʼ wa-tafsīr al-adʻīyah al-maʼthūrah (شأن الدعاء وتفسير الأدعية المأثورة)

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