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Kitab Safinatun Najah: A Brief Introduction
Kitab Safinatun Najah (The Ship of Salvation) is a classical text of Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) according to the Shafi'i school of thought. It was written by the eminent scholar and jurist, Shaykh Salim bin Sumair al-Hadrami (d. 1882 CE), who was a native of Hadramaut, Yemen. The book is a concise summary of the main rulings and principles of Shafi'i fiqh, covering topics such as the pillars of Islam, the pillars of faith, purification, prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, marriage, divorce, inheritance, and more. The book is widely used as a primer for students of Shafi'i fiqh in various Islamic institutions and madrasas around the world.
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The book is divided into 28 chapters (fasal), each containing several sections (juz'). The book uses a simple and clear language, with minimal technical terms and references to other sources. The book also provides some examples and illustrations to facilitate understanding. The book is based on the Quran, the Sunnah, and the opinions of the four imams of Shafi'i fiqh: Imam al-Shafi'i, Imam al-Muzani, Imam al-Nawawi, and Imam al-Rafi'i. The book also follows the methodology of Imam al-Ghazali in reconciling apparent contradictions and resolving difficult issues.
The book has been translated into several languages, such as Indonesian, Malay, Urdu, English, and others. It has also been commented upon and explained by many scholars and teachers, such as Shaykh Nawawi al-Bantani al-Jawi (d. 1925 CE), who wrote a famous commentary called Nihayatuz Zain fi Irshadil Abidin (The Ultimate Beauty in Guiding the Worshipers). The book has also been digitized and made available online in various formats, such as PDF, HTML, and others. The book is considered to be one of the most popular and beneficial texts of Shafi'i fiqh in the Muslim world.
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متن سفينة النجاة : Asy-Syaikh Al-'Alim Al-Fadhil Salim bin Sumair Al-Hadhrami/Raden Muhammad
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