Al-Qawaa’id wal-Usool al-Jaami’ah wal-Furooq wat -Taqaaseem al-Badee’ah an-Naafi’ah

The Basic Rulings and Principles of Fiqh by Shaykh Abdur Rahmaan ibn Naasir As-Sa’di (rahimahullaah)

This book entitled, al-Qawaa’id wal-Usool al-Jaami’ah wal-Furooq wat -Taqaaseem al-Badee’ah an-Naafi’ah, (The Basic Rulings and Principles of Fiqh – The Beneficial, Eloquent Classifications and Differentiations) was written by one of
the greatest scholars of Islam, ash-Shaykh, al-Allamah ‘Abd ar-Rahman ibn Naasir as-Sa’di (rahimahullaah). The importance of this book stems from the nature of its content; this is because the scholars of Islam gave great importance to the study of the basic rulings and principles of fiqh so that they are able to encompass the masaa’il
(various cases) and refer these cases to the basic rulings and principles in order to deduct and apply the judgment in a comprehensive, yet precise manner. In addition, the ‘ulama (scholars) of Islam paid great attention to the matters that seem to be similar in nature but have different rulings. This book covers the principles and basic
foundations regarding the rulings as well as the classification and differentiation
between cases.
Biography of Shaykh ‘Abd ar-Rahman ibn Naa’sir as-Sa’di al-Allamah (the scholar), al-Faqeeh (the jurist), al-Usooli (the scholar of the principles of fiqh), al-Mufassir (the scholar of tafsir) ash-Shaykh, Abu ‘Abdullah, ‘Abd ar-Rahman ibn Naasir ibn ‘Abdullah ibn Naasir as-Sa’di at-Tamimi descends from the tribe of Bani Tamim. He was born in the city of Unayzah in Qaasim province in Saudi Arabia on the 12th of Muharram in the year 1307 A.H, which
corresponds September 8, 1889 C.E.
Shaykh as-Sa’di’s mother died when he was four years old, and his father died when he was seven years old. As an orphan, he was raised by his step-mother (rahimahallaah) until he became young, at which point he lived with his elder brother, who took care of him.
Shaykh as-Sa’di drew the attention of others at an early age due to his intelligence and inclination towards al-‘ilm (knowledge). Shaykh as-Sa’di studied the Qur’an and memorized it at the age of 11. He then began to take knowledge from the ‘ulama of his town as well as the scholars that passed through it. He exerted immense effort until he had a great share of knowledge from every discipline.

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