Explanation of the Creed: Imam Al- Barbahaaree (d329H) pdf

Explanation of the Creed 
By Imam Abu Muhammad al-Hasan ibn Alee ibn Khalf Al- Barbaharee (d329H)
(The Imaam of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa'ah of His Time)
Paperback 135 Pages
Translator: Abu Talha Dawood Burbank
Al Haneef Publications

170 Points on Different Aspects of the Muslim Creed

About The Book

Explanation of the Creed: Imam Al- Barbahaaree (d329H) pdf                                                          
This is an English translation of Imaam al-Barbahaaree's classic work, Sharh as-Sunnah. The book consists of 170 points on different aspects of the Muslim creed. Extensive notes have been provided, giving relevant passages of the Qur'an and authentic sayings of the Prophet. 

Ample sayings of the early scholars have also been included. In every age, there has been a noble company of scholars who stood firm and expended great efforts in defending the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Messenger and in refuting the people of innovated beliefs, innovation, deviation and misguidance. 

At the head of them towards the end of the third century and the beginning of the fourth was the Imaam who aided the Sunnah and subdued innovation: Abu Muhammad al-Hasan ibn 'Alee al-Barbahaaree One of the Students on Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal.

About Imaam Abu Muhammad Al-Barbahaaree

Imaam Al-Barbahaaree, rahimahullah was a formidable and imposing Imaam  of the 4th centuty Hijri who spoke out with the truth and called to the Sunnah and to the following of narrations. He also had renown and the respect of the ruler. In his gatherings, various circles for the study of hadeeth, the narrations and Fiqh were held. These were attended by many of the scholars of hadeeth and fiqh.

The scholar, Abu 'Abdillaah said: "If you see a person of Baghdad loving Abul-Hasan Ibn Bashshaar and Abu Muhammad Al-Barbahaaree, then know that he is a person of the Sunnah."

The Imam Died in 329 Hijri                                Click  here to Download Book 

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