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  • Hibat Allah bin Al-Hassan bin Mansour Al-Tabari, Abu al-Qasim al-Razi, al-Shafi’i al-Hanbali al-Lalika'i al-Amuli' known as Al-Lalika'i (Arabic: اللالكائي‎;– 1027 Ramadan) was a Muslim Imam, a theologian and scholar from the Hanbali, Shafi'i Madhhab in 5th century hijri. (en)
  • Abū l-Qāsim Hibatallāh al-Lālakāʾī known as Al-Lalika'i (Arabic: اللالكائي‎;– d Tuesday 6 Ramaḍān 418/10 October 1027) was a Muslim Imam, a theologian and scholar from the 5th century hijri. He was an expert of hadith and Shafi'i law who lived in Baghdad. His most important work, Sharḥ uṣūl iʿtiqād ahl al-sunna wa-'l-jamāʿa is an encyclopaedic work which presents the major topics of the Islamic faith through massive citations from the Qurʾān and the ḥadīth. Sharḥ al-uṣūl serves to date as a significant guide to the fundamentals of Islamic traditionalism. His surname (nisba, "noun of relation") al-Lālakāʾī (the variants al-Lālikāʾī, al-Alkaʾī and al-Alkāyī are also mentioned in the biographical sources) means "the cobbler". This name derives from the Persian lālāk or lālakā (the Arabised form of the word is lawālik) which means "slippers" or "one-size footwear". As there is a dearth of details about al-Lālakāʾī's biography, it is unknown whether he ever made his living from shoemaking. The only contemporary source on al-Lālakāʾī's life is a terse entry authored by his direct disciple, the renowned historian and ḥadīth expert al-Khaṭīb al-Baghdādī (d. 463/1071). This entry was duplicated by the historians of later generations, who did not contribute any additional information to al-Lālakāʾī's biography. (en)
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  • Hibat Allah bin Al-Hassan bin Mansour Al-Tabari, Abu al-Qasim al-Razi, al-Shafi’i al-Hanbali al-Lalika'i al-Amuli' known as Al-Lalika'i (Arabic: اللالكائي‎;– 1027 Ramadan) was a Muslim Imam, a theologian and scholar from the Hanbali, Shafi'i Madhhab in 5th century hijri. (en)
  • Abū l-Qāsim Hibatallāh al-Lālakāʾī known as Al-Lalika'i (Arabic: اللالكائي‎;– d Tuesday 6 Ramaḍān 418/10 October 1027) was a Muslim Imam, a theologian and scholar from the 5th century hijri. He was an expert of hadith and Shafi'i law who lived in Baghdad. His most important work, Sharḥ uṣūl iʿtiqād ahl al-sunna wa-'l-jamāʿa is an encyclopaedic work which presents the major topics of the Islamic faith through massive citations from the Qurʾān and the ḥadīth. Sharḥ al-uṣūl serves to date as a significant guide to the fundamentals of Islamic traditionalism. (en)
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