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Abu al-Mu'in al-Nasafi (Uzbek: Абул-Муин ан-Насафи; Arabic: أبو المعين النسفي‎), was considered to be the most important Central Asian Hanafi theologian in the Maturidite school of Sunni Islam after Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi (d. 333 A.H), provides a fairly detailed account of al-Maturidi Central Asian predecessors.

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  • Abu al-Mu'in al-Nasafi (Uzbek: Абул-Муин ан-Насафи; Arabic: أبو المعين النسفي‎), was considered to be the most important Central Asian Hanafi theologian in the Maturidite school of Sunni Islam after Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi (d. 333 A.H), provides a fairly detailed account of al-Maturidi Central Asian predecessors.
  • the entire Maturidi school after him Abu al-Mu'in al-Nasafi (Uzbek: Абул-Муин ан-Насафи; Arabic: أبو المعين النسفي‎), was considered to be the most important Central Asian Hanafi theologian in the Maturidite school of Sunni Islam after Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi (d. 333 A.H), provides a fairly detailed account of al-Maturidi Central Asian predecessors.
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  • Abu al-Mu'in al-Nasafi (Uzbek: Абул-Муин ан-Насафи; Arabic: أبو المعين النسفي‎), was considered to be the most important Central Asian Hanafi theologian in the Maturidite school of Sunni Islam after Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi (d. 333 A.H), provides a fairly detailed account of al-Maturidi Central Asian predecessors.
  • the entire Maturidi school after him Abu al-Mu'in al-Nasafi (Uzbek: Абул-Муин ан-Насафи; Arabic: أبو المعين النسفي‎), was considered to be the most important Central Asian Hanafi theologian in the Maturidite school of Sunni Islam after Imam Abu Mansur al-Maturidi (d. 333 A.H), provides a fairly detailed account of al-Maturidi Central Asian predecessors.
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  • "Chief of thePeople of al-Sunna and al-Jama'a,
  • Sword of the truth and of religion".
  • HisBahr al-Kalamhas had considerable popularity, and on the title-page of the printed edition he is called:
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