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...Haji ‘Abdul Malik bin Karim Amrullah, better known by the acronym HAMKA HAMKA, was a renowned Indonesian religious scholar who was also famous throughout the Malay world. He was one of the most prolific writers of modern Southeast Asian...
... and Shaykh Abdul Samad al-Jawi al-Falimbani , who also resided in Mecca and Taif. Shaykh Dawud, in his notes, mentioned four names who happened to be his instructors, namely Shaykh ‘Ataullah, Shaykh Muhammad Zaid bin Faqih Jalaluddin Aceh, Shaykh...
... and trans.), The Muqaddima: An Introduction to History , 3 vols, Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1980. Zaid Ahmad , The Epistemology of Ibn Khaldun , London and New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2003....
... father’s name as Faqih Hussein bin ‘Abdullah, while others stated that his father was Shaykh ‘Abdul Jalil bin ‘Abdul Wahab bin Ahmad al- Mahdani, or ‘Abdul Rahman bin ‘Abdullah bin Ahmad al-Falimbani. Biographers give discrepant accounts of his...
... world.As a Shafi‘i scholar, Muhammad Arshad’s fiqh was very much influenced by his teacher Muhammad bin Sulayman al-Kurdi, especially in Sabil al-muhtadin. Like other ibn Hanbal, Ahmad Muslim scholars in the region, Muhammad Arshad’s...
... Burhanuddin was exposed to the reform ideas propagated Wali Allah Rumi, Jalal al-din Rida, Rashid al-Qushayri, Abu’l-Qasim Nursi, Said al-Ghazali, Abu Hamid ʿAbdu by Waliyullah Dehlawi, Jamaluddin al-Afghani al-Afghani, Ahmad Khan,...