KITAB FARAIDH PDF
𝗣𝗗𝗙 | Sharh (explanation) of Kitab ul Faraidh from Jami Tirmidhi. This document is a part of a bigger project that is aimed at integrating all the ahadith on the topic of Ilm ul Faraidh (Islamic laws of inheritance) and summarizing. JAMI TIRMIDHI KITAB UL FARAIDH NOTES AND EXPLANATION – MUHAMMAD NABEEL MUSHARRAF لل ك مثل حظ النثين ٰ َ ن بع وصیة َ ھا أو د فلمه الثل ّ.
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English and Persian. Hujaj'ul Beheyyeh : The Behai proofs [sic. Pratt Co. Stuttgart : Verlag des Deutschen Bahai-bundes g. Hujaj al-Bahiyya. Wilmette, Ill. Trust, Facsimile of edition. Browne d. The first pages were written by Mirza Abu al-Fadl Gulpaygani himself, while others, including his nephew Aqa Sayyid, Mirza Mahdi Gulpaygani, completed the work apparently utilizing notes of his deceased uncle.
Copies were, however, several times printed and though very rare, original printings are extant. E-copies of varying quality can also be found on the internet. For some details see MacEoin, Sources pp. Juan Ricardo Cole : Letters and essays, Based on Ruh-Allah.
Arabic and Persian, pp. Durar al-bahiyya, Cairo, Egypt Durar al-bahiyya Miracles and metaphors. Key points: - Children from same father and mother [haqeeqi siblings] inherit from each other - Children from a different father or mother do not inherit from each other in the presence of haqeeqi siblings. Key points: - It is important to explain here that the ayah of Surah An-Nisa Quran mentioned in this hadith as revealed in relation Jabir R. Sunan Abi Dawud — Hasan.
Moreover, in some narrations, it is mentioned that the ayah revealed in this situation was that of Kalalah rather than the one mentioned in this hadith e. Book 29, Hadith — Saheeh. The mohaditheen have given two explanations regarding this. Imam Ibn Hajar explains that the specification about one of the two ayahs is attributed to the interpreters and transmitters1.
According to the second opinion, both the ayahs ere revealed in his case2; however, what was closely relevant to his case was the ayah about the kalalah. Some of the relevant narrations mention about Jabir R. However, the wording in this narration seems to be unique in a way that in this he is reported to have asked about how to distribute his wealth among his offsprings which he did not have any.
We can accordingly consider the wording of other narrations to be more accurate as opposed to the wording of this single narration which is classified 1 This is applicable for both the narrations about this event in Saheeh Buhari No. This opinion is further strengthened by the observation that in other narrations, we observe that the transmitters are unsure about the exact wording.
He came walking, while Abu Bakr and 'Umar were with him.
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He [i. Jabir R. Say: "Allah directs thus about Al-Kalalah. Kalalah is defined as someone who neither has ascendants nor descendants as interpreted by the mohaditheen9. In case the sisters are more than one, they shall get a share of two-third of his wealth. As for what remains, then it is for the closest male relative. So there has to be a level of prioritization among the residual heirs and it is not expected that the residual estate would be distributed among them equally or in some proportion.
The closest relative blocks all others after him from receiving any shares from the inheritance. I shall ask the people. He said: 'And who heard that along with you? Then the other grandmother who was left behind came to 'Umar. If both of Australian Islamic Library www. So ,return until I ask the people.
So Abu Bakr implemented that for her. He said: 'There is nothing in the Book of Allah for you, but there is that sixth. So if the two of you are together then it is for both of you, and whichever of you remains , then it is for her.
If both of them are alive, then they share it among them. Some of the Companions of the Prophet gave the grandmother, along with her son inheritance, and some of them did not give her inheritance.
Key points: - In the opinion of Ibn Mas'ud, 'Umar, and Abu Musa Ash'ari, even in the presence of the deceased person's father, the grandmother would be the recipient of inheritance. Qadi Shuraih, Hasan and Ibn Sirin concur with this opinion.
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The opinion of the majority of the fuqaha in this regard is that in the presence of father of the deceased, grandmother would not inherit. W said : 'Allah and His Messenger are responsible for the one who has no patron.
And the maternal uncle inherits from the one who has no heirs. This group neither has prescribed shares unlike Zawil Furoodh nor do they become a residual heirs unlilke Asabah.
This group can only receive shares in inheritance when zawil furoodh and asaba are not alive or are not illegible to become heirs as highlighted in this hadith. Some of them gave shares to maternal uncle, maternal aunt, and paternal aunt, while Zaid Ibn Thabit R. He is neither among the zawil furoodh nor from the asaba.
This shows that zawil arham can inherit. These relatives are not distinguished between those for whom shares have been prescribed and those for whom they are not. This, accordingly, also indicates that a third category of heirs does exist which is classified by scholars as zawil arham. What is acted upon regarding this topic - according to the people of knowledge - is that when a man dies and he leaves no relatives behind, then his inheritance is placed into the Muslims' Bayt Al-Mal.
Key points: - Qadi Shuraih and Tawus hold the view that, if the master has not left behind any heir except for a slave whom he had freed, then the freed slave will get his inheritance just as the master inherits the freed slave, if the latter leaves behind no heirs. But the view of the majority of the fuqaha is that in such a case the inheritance shall go to Bait Al-Maal public treasury of a Muslim state , as explained in Tuhfat Al- Ahwadhi.
The ulema who recommend for the estate to be deposited in the bayt al maal in such a situation explain that for the cases such as the one mentioned in this hadith, the freed slave was given a share in inheritance because he was needy and deserving. In another situation as mentioned in the previous hadith i.
Jami At-Tirmidhi — Book 29, Hadith , when the deceased did not leave any heirs nor a deserving free slave , the estate was distributed to the people of the town of the deceased as they were deserving and closer to the deceased.
Key points: - We learn from this hadith that the Muslims and non-Muslims cannot inherit from each other.
This aspect is further explained with the next hadith. Therefore, according to them, all disbelievers can inherit from each other irrespective of their religion as they are one millah because of kufr which is a common factor among them.
By this interpretation, Jews and Christians and people of other faiths cannot inherit from each other, but only from the people of their own faith. However, there is a difference of opinion regarding if Muslims can receive the inheritance from the apostates. Imam Malik and many other scholars believe that the Muslims do not inherit from the apostates.
This is not known except through this route. Ishaq bin 'Abdullah bin Abl Farwah was abandoned by some of the people of knowledge, among them [Imam] Ahmad bin Hanbal.Browne d.
They present the following reasons for their opinion: He is neither among the zawil furoodh nor from the asaba. W said: The subject can be defined as below. Ma'qil ibn Yasar said: In another situation as mentioned in the previous hadith i.