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  • #16
    Originally posted by HOUDA-K
    I thought wahabi & Hannafi were the popular school of thoughts in N.A.
    North africans follow maliki school of thought.
    The hanafis can be found in some parts of Egypt if u include it in NA! and the majority are in the indian subcontinent

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    • #17
      Originally posted by phylay
      North africans follow maliki school of thought.
      The hanafis can be found in some parts of Egypt if u include it in NA! and the majority are in the indian subcontinent
      One thing I found very interesting Ya Phylay when I was in Egypt was that the Saeedis are generally split into two, one half comes originally from the Sharq and has a strong Shafa'i following and the other set come from Morocco and they are all Malikis.

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      • #18
        That's interesting indeed. Seems like people used to move and settle in new places more often than they do today...

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        • #19
          Originally posted by phylay
          North africans follow maliki school of thought.
          The hanafis can be found in some parts of Egypt if u include it in NA! and the majority are in the indian subcontinent
          Hmmm oh ok, the Algerians I know are all Waahabis. Thanks.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by HOUDA-K
            Hmmm oh ok, the Algerians I know are all Waahabis. Thanks.
            I am not surprised... Some members of the FIS followed, or more accurately pretended following the salafi way, and many of them were influenced (financed by) the saudi wahabis...
            And London (the uk) is full of them...
            The other branch of the FIS (the jazaara current of Hachani and Kebir) being more respectable (my opinion) were trying to oppose this wahabi stuff in their own party....

            Anyway, I'd better stop here as I have no sympathy for them and may say some bad things about them....

            DZ is maliki.... full stop

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            • #21
              Guiding Helper
              Sidi Abu Qanit al-Hasani


              Its a great resource for those interested in Maliki Fiqh. Although based on Ibn Ashir's matn it is in fact an original work aimed at a western audience. The author Sidi Abu Qanit al-Hasani (may Allah reward him) deserves our gratitude for providing such a user-friendly text. It has certainly made it easier for people like myself to apply the Shariah in our lives.
              Last edited by ElHenni; 19th August 2006, 00:20. Reason: http://www.doubletee.info/GH_MainText_Sources.pdf#search=%22Sidi%20Abu%20Qanit%20al-Hasani%22

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              • #22
                Maliki Scholars
                and Technical Terms


                Taken from Al-Madkhal al-Wajiz fi Istilat madhhab as-Sadat al-Malikiyya, by Ibrahim al-Mukhtar Ahmad 'Umar al-Jabruti az-Zayla'i
                Last edited by ElHenni; 19th August 2006, 00:20.

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                • #23
                  The Risala
                  of 'Abdullah ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani
                  (310/922 - 386/996)


                  A Treatise on Maliki Fiqh
                  (Including commentary from ath-Thamr ad-Dani by al-Azhari)

                  Alternative Translation
                  Last edited by ElHenni; 19th August 2006, 00:19.

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                  • #24
                    Last edited by ElHenni; 19th August 2006, 00:19.

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                    • #26
                      USUL AL FIQH AL ISLAMI

                      SOURCE METHODOLOGY IN ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE:
                      Methodology for Research and Knowledge

                      Taha Jabir Al 'Alwani
                      English Edition by
                      Yusuf Talal DeLorenzo
                      A. S. Al Shaikh-Ali

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                      • #27
                        The Shadili Darqawi Alawi Sufi Path
                        based on Traditional Sunni Islam
                        Mawlana Sidi Ahmed Ibn Mustafa Al Alawi Al Mostghanmi - Qaddasa Allahu Ruhahu
                        Shaikh of the the Tariqa (1869 - 1934)


                        A great Maliki contemporary 20th century Sheikh

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