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Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was one of the greatest Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music. He is famous for his commentary known as Fath al-Qadeer on the famous Hanafi book al-Hidayah.

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  • Kamal al-Din ibn al-Humam
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  • Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was one of the greatest Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music. He is famous for his commentary known as Fath al-Qadeer on the famous Hanafi book al-Hidayah.
  • Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was one of the greatest Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, Islamic law of inheritance (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music.
  • Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was a prominent Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, Islamic law of inheritance (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music.
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  • Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was one of the greatest Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music. He is famous for his commentary known as Fath al-Qadeer on the famous Hanafi book al-Hidayah.
  • Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was one of the greatest Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, Islamic law of inheritance (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music. He is famous for his commentary known as Fath al-Qadeer on the famous Hanafi book al-Hidayah.
  • Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam (Arabic: الكمال بن الهمام‎) was a prominent Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al-fiqh, kalam (Islamic theology), logic, Sufism, Arabic language and literature, tafsir (Qur'anic exegesis), Hadith, Islamic law of inheritance (in Arabic, known as 'ilm al-fara'id, or 'the science of [ancestral] shares'), mathematics, and music. He is famous for his commentary known as Fath al-Qadeer on the famous Hanafi book al-Hidayah.
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  • Kamal al-Din—Shaykh al-Islam
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