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Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still used in Egypt. His most noted work is Rawdh Al Murabbi Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, and book entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.

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  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still used in Egypt. His most noted work is Rawdh Al Murabbi Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, and book entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most noted work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, as well as a abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most widespread work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, as well as a abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib.
  • 'Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most widespread work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most widespread work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam and is widely considered to be the final editor and commentator. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. From his most notable works is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni which is studied by intermediate students of Hanbali jurisprudence.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam and is widely considered to be the final editor and commentator ( Khātam-ul-Muḥaqqaqīn ). His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. From his most notable works is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni which is studied by intermediate students of Hanbali jurisprudence.
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  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still used in Egypt. His most noted work is Rawdh Al Murabbi Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, and book entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most noted work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, as well as a abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most widespread work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, as well as a abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.
  • 'Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most widespread work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in in 1591 and died in Cairo in July 1641, at the age of 51.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. His most widespread work is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in in 1591 and died in Cairo in July 1641, at the age of 51.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam and is widely considered to be the final editor and commentator. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. From his most notable works is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni which is studied by intermediate students of Hanbali jurisprudence. He also wrote commentaries on advanced works of jurisprudence, such as Sharh Al Muntahā, and Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdah at-Talib. He was born in in 1591 and died in Cairo in July 1641, at the age of 51.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam and is widely considered to be the final editor and commentator. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. From his most notable works is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni which is studied by intermediate students of Hanbali jurisprudence. He also wrote commentaries on advanced works of jurisprudence, such as Sharh Al Muntahā, and Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdat at-Talib. He was born in in 1591 and died in Cairo in July 1641, at the age of 51.
  • Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-Buhūtī (c. 1592 – July 1641), better known as al-Buhūtī, was an Egyptian Islamic theologian and jurist. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam and is widely considered to be the final editor and commentator ( Khātam-ul-Muḥaqqaqīn ). His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still studied and highly revered in Hanbali circles in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. From his most notable works is al-Rawd Al Murbi’ Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni which is studied by intermediate students of Hanbali jurisprudence. He also wrote commentaries on advanced works of jurisprudence, such as Sharh Al Muntahā, and Kashhaf al-Qina, as well as an abridged text for beginners entitled Umdat at-Talib. He was born in in 1591 and died in Cairo in July 1641, at the age of 51.
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