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Preface of al-Mustasfa does not follow this pattern in al-Mankhul.

By reading this style of al- Mustasfa it appears that it is logical that understanding of the Usul al fiqh is not possible without knowledge of theology. A similar approach is not to be found in al- Mankhul. There is imbalance in most chapters of al- Mankhul. Some chapters are so short that they appear to be an indications and hints.

They are also hard on the intellect, sometimes the chapters are only simple that there is absolutely no difficulties or complications in understanding them. Before analyzing the above mentioned points it has to be borne in mind that any book written by a person cannot claim to be a completely error free, al- Ghazali inspite of being a great renovator was a human being.

As regards his indirect contextualization of Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Malik and harsh language in dealing with them are concerned, he changed his negative opinion about them to positive ones with the passage of time which led to his intellectual growth.

People who write a lot of good matter, but they are bound to make mistakes. There is no solution to this intellectual accountability but to stop writing. Most of the past and present writers have come under critique and criticism. Al-Ghazali came in the teaching circle of al-Jawayni in H.

This book al- Mankhul was written when al-Ghazali was between 20 and 28 years of age. Although a careful study of al -Mankhul makes us conclude that the book was written after the death of al-Jawaini. To justify the claim an example from the book is quoted, al-Ghazali says the words RahmatuAllah May Allah be pleased with him for al-Juwayni66 c.

Many times a person revises his past opinions and changes them.

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His transformed thoughts and ideas are given in this book of his which proves that he had given up her prejudices related to opposing schools of thought. He praises Imam Abu Hanifa in the following words. Infact I have given these negative remarks to the followers of the past centuries who are contradictory their wise and knowledgeable teachers.

They are damaging the reputation of those great scholars. All of them were pious people and were always concerned with the welfare of the Ummah and sought only rewards from Allah by their juristic works. Moreover, it is unbelievable that he could have said bad things about Islamic Jurists. Therefore that book according to some scholars cannot be his. In the books of Rijal all books have been ascribed to al- Ghazali. Secondly, scholars who have studied the life of al- Ghazali carefully, come to the conclusion that the nature of al- Ghazali in his youth was fond to debates and criticisms.

Al- Ghazali has disagreed with the opinions of many scholars and many scholars have also disagreed with him.

Disagreements by scholars on intellectual topics have always been welcomed. Al-Ghazali in his book, al-Mankhul has quoted many opinions which were common between al- Juwayni and him and he defended and accepted by him.

If his closeness with al-Juwayni led him to accept these premises and they be seen in his later books too like al- Mustasfa.

Hassan al-Shaibani H , students of Imam Abu Hanifa, on various issues disagreed with the opinion of Abu Hanifa and pointed out flaws in his writings, Books have also been written on differing scholastic views. Ahmed b. Yahya b. Abi al- Aqeeli al-Hilabi b. If al- Ghazali has contradicted other scholar opinions, other scholars have also contradicted his opinions.

On one side al- Ghazali received a lot of recognition and fame, but on the other hand many scholars were utterly jealous of him and were bent upon harming him with intellectual circles e. Al- Ghazali was asked to appear in court in person.

He justified his stance so well that the king was highly impressed and offered him teaching position in the court. The styles of al-Mankhul and al-Mustasfa are certainly different in many ways because 25 years gap between the writings of both books. The Muqaddamatul Kitab of al-Mustasfa is logical. Al-Ghazali goes to the extent of saying that if arguments are not covered logically, there will be completely lack of authenticity in those research works.

The theologians from among the Usulis have elaborated excessively in this regard, mainly because theology overwhelmed their nature.

The love of their profession compelled them to mix it with this art, just as the love of the language and [its] grammar forced some jurists to mix parts of grammar with usul. Thus, they mention about the meanings of prepositions and inflections certain things which specially pertain to the science of grammar, just as the love for fiqh has led a group of legists from Transoxania, namely Abu Zayd [al-Dabbusi], and his followers, to mix many questions about the details of fiqh with its principles.

Although they brought this by way of examples to illustrate how a principle lead to certain detailed legal points, they76 This difference in style cannot be used as proof to deny the authorship of al- Mankhul.

A clear understanding may be achieved by looking at the difference of more than 20 years in their time of writing. Therefore their styles are different. In all of his books al- Ghazali had his own unique style and left his readers in surprise. And amazement. Sayyed Muhammad al-Mortaza Zubaidi d.

As far as putting limitations on freedom of expression in al -Mustasfa is concerned, al- Ghazali in his early years was completely under the influence of his teacher, al-Juwayni. The magical style of al- Juwayni was obvious in the early writings of al- Ghazali.

This book proves that in those early days al- Ghazali did not have an independent personality of his own.

He supports the thoughts and values of his teacher and writes them down religiously without the slightest changes. Every problem has been dealt with and analyzed logically according to its requirements in a concise manner. Questions have been answered keeping in mind the varying queries of people in jurisprudence.

The writings of Imam al Haramain have been followed without any additions or deletions in a concise manner. The tremendous respect that al- Ghazali had for his teacher al -Juwayni did not deter him from expressing his opinions freely.

Therefore, one should not have high expectations with it and it would not be right to compare it with al Mustasfa written after 25 years of al-Mankhul.

As al-Mankhul was criticized for some flaws, and it was taken as it was not written by al-Ghazali. The first book of al-Ghazali on Usul al- fiqh is al -Mankhul which he wrote during his studies at madrasah Nizamiyah, Nishapur in the life of his teacher, al- Juwayni, when he was between years of age or perhaps he wrote this book after the death of his teacher.

Al-Mankhul is an excellent book for beginner and Intermediate levels students because in the start al- Ghazali was among the special students of al-Juwayni and after the classes he could conduct revision sessions with his class mates.

A detailed analysis of al-Mankhul proves that during the period of authorship of this al- Ghazali was greatly influenced by al-Juwayni. Al- Ghazali at this stage seems not to have exercised his free will as an independent Jurist.

This is but natural as good teachers have an indeliable mark on their students. Where thousands of pages are written by any scholar some words and thoughts of the writer come under severe criticism. We are told to have good feelings and intentions about others.

We must be sure that if the scholar had made mistakes, they must have realized them and sought forgiveness in matters which they were highly criticized. In Ihya ulum al- din, al-Ghazali very clearly, highly admired and praised the Imams in the best possible words. Therefore, in the later writings of al-Ghazali, he had positive opinions and feelings about his peers and seniors and so, his earlier writings must not be taken into account in this regard.

Scholars disagree with each others; this is a beauty of Islamic teachings and this is not a valid point to deny authorship of a book. Umar Raza Kahalah. Ibid and al-Maraghi, Abd Allah bin Mustafa. Beirut: Muhammad Amin Vol. Editor John L. Abu Bakr. Qum: Manshorat al- Radi Vol. Smith, Margaret. Lahore: Hijra Publication p. Ibid pp. Farooq Hassan. Muhammad Amin al-babani al-Bagdadi. Wi III!

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Infact, it was written by another person by the name of Mahmud al-Ghazali Mautazili. Hitu in the introduction of al-Mankhul describes the reasons that why some scholars raised doubts regarding this book.

In short those reasons are: 1. Al-Ghazali quoting Imam Malik d. In a similar way al-Ghazali quotes Imam Malik capital punishment is allowed in Tazeer, punishment, not mentioned in the Quran.

And out of necessity and expediency the rich people of the society can be forced to contribute money to the poor people. The sources to these quotes of Imam Malik have not been mentioned by al-Ghazali and according to some books by Maliki School of thoughts, these verdicts have been contradicted.

It is may be for these reasons that al- Ghazali in al- Mankhul has not mentioned these statements again in al- Mustasfa. Imam Sarkhasi Hanafi d. Al- Ghazali, quotes and relates it to the Hanafi school of thought and then refutes it. However it should be noted that this view does not match with the Hanafi school of thought and Ibn Hammam too agree with the Hanafi school of thought. There are no benefits attached to repetition of injunctions and not probable to it and this is the best- liked injunction of Hanafis.

And the same thoughts and feelings are found in the Hanafi wittings. The details are gives in al-Mankhul on page Although this Hadith is sound, narrated by Bukhari, Muslim and others. The formats of al -Mustasfa and al- Mankhul are not in same: Al- Ghazali, in , a year before his death, wrote the book al- Mustasfa. Preface of al-Mustasfa does not follow this pattern in al-Mankhul.

By reading this style of al- Mustasfa it appears that it is logical that understanding of the Usul al fiqh is not possible without knowledge of theology.

A similar approach is not to be found in al- Mankhul. There is imbalance in most chapters of al- Mankhul. Some chapters are so short that they appear to be an indications and hints.

They are also hard on the intellect, sometimes the chapters are only simple that there is absolutely no difficulties or complications in understanding them. Before analyzing the above mentioned points it has to be borne in mind that any book written by a person cannot claim to be a completely error free, al- Ghazali inspite of being a great renovator was a human being. As regards his indirect contextualization of Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Malik and harsh language in dealing with them are concerned, he changed his negative opinion about them to positive ones with the passage of time which led to his intellectual growth.

People who write a lot of good matter, but they are bound to make mistakes. There is no solution to this intellectual accountability but to stop writing. Most of the past and present writers have come under critique and criticism.

Al-Ghazali came in the teaching circle of al-Jawayni in H. This book al- Mankhul was written when al-Ghazali was between 20 and 28 years of age. Although a careful study of al -Mankhul makes us conclude that the book was written after the death of al-Jawaini. To justify the claim an example from the book is quoted, al-Ghazali says the words RahmatuAllah May Allah be pleased with him for al-Juwayni66 c.

Many times a person revises his past opinions and changes them. His transformed thoughts and ideas are given in this book of his which proves that he had given up her prejudices related to opposing schools of thought. He praises Imam Abu Hanifa in the following words.

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Infact I have given these negative remarks to the followers of the past centuries who are contradictory their wise and knowledgeable teachers. They are damaging the reputation of those great scholars. All of them were pious people and were always concerned with the welfare of the Ummah and sought only rewards from Allah by their juristic works. Moreover, it is unbelievable that he could have said bad things about Islamic Jurists.

Therefore that book according to some scholars cannot be his. In the books of Rijal all books have been ascribed to al- Ghazali. Secondly, scholars who have studied the life of al- Ghazali carefully, come to the conclusion that the nature of al- Ghazali in his youth was fond to debates and criticisms. Al- Ghazali has disagreed with the opinions of many scholars and many scholars have also disagreed with him. Disagreements by scholars on intellectual topics have always been welcomed. Al-Ghazali in his book, al-Mankhul has quoted many opinions which were common between al- Juwayni and him and he defended and accepted by him.

If his closeness with al-Juwayni led him to accept these premises and they be seen in his later books too like al- Mustasfa. Hassan al-Shaibani H , students of Imam Abu Hanifa, on various issues disagreed with the opinion of Abu Hanifa and pointed out flaws in his writings, Books have also been written on differing scholastic views. Ahmed b. Yahya b. Abi al- Aqeeli al-Hilabi b. If al- Ghazali has contradicted other scholar opinions, other scholars have also contradicted his opinions.

On one side al- Ghazali received a lot of recognition and fame, but on the other hand many scholars were utterly jealous of him and were bent upon harming him with intellectual circles e.

Al- Ghazali was asked to appear in court in person. He justified his stance so well that the king was highly impressed and offered him teaching position in the court. The styles of al-Mankhul and al-Mustasfa are certainly different in many ways because 25 years gap between the writings of both books.

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The Muqaddamatul Kitab of al-Mustasfa is logical. Al-Ghazali goes to the extent of saying that if arguments are not covered logically, there will be completely lack of authenticity in those research works.

The theologians from among the Usulis have elaborated excessively in this regard, mainly because theology overwhelmed their nature. The love of their profession compelled them to mix it with this art, just as the love of the language and [its] grammar forced some jurists to mix parts of grammar with usul. Thus, they mention about the meanings of prepositions and inflections certain things which specially pertain to the science of grammar, just as the love for fiqh has led a group of legists from Transoxania, namely Abu Zayd [al-Dabbusi], and his followers, to mix many questions about the details of fiqh with its principles.

Although they brought this by way of examples to illustrate how a principle lead to certain detailed legal points, they76 This difference in style cannot be used as proof to deny the authorship of al- Mankhul. A clear understanding may be achieved by looking at the difference of more than 20 years in their time of writing. Therefore their styles are different. In all of his books al- Ghazali had his own unique style and left his readers in surprise.

And amazement. Sayyed Muhammad al-Mortaza Zubaidi d. As far as putting limitations on freedom of expression in al -Mustasfa is concerned, al- Ghazali in his early years was completely under the influence of his teacher, al-Juwayni. The magical style of al- Juwayni was obvious in the early writings of al- Ghazali. This book proves that in those early days al- Ghazali did not have an independent personality of his own. He supports the thoughts and values of his teacher and writes them down religiously without the slightest changes.

Every problem has been dealt with and analyzed logically according to its requirements in a concise manner. Questions have been answered keeping in mind the varying queries of people in jurisprudence. The writings of Imam al Haramain have been followed without any additions or deletions in a concise manner.

The tremendous respect that al- Ghazali had for his teacher al -Juwayni did not deter him from expressing his opinions freely. Therefore, one should not have high expectations with it and it would not be right to compare it with al Mustasfa written after 25 years of al-Mankhul. As al-Mankhul was criticized for some flaws, and it was taken as it was not written by al-Ghazali. The first book of al-Ghazali on Usul al- fiqh is al -Mankhul which he wrote during his studies at madrasah Nizamiyah, Nishapur in the life of his teacher, al- Juwayni, when he was between years of age or perhaps he wrote this book after the death of his teacher.

Al-Mankhul is an excellent book for beginner and Intermediate levels students because in the start al- Ghazali was among the special students of al-Juwayni and after the classes he could conduct revision sessions with his class mates.In AH, he retired from Osmania University and returned to his homeland of Gilaan, where he devoted most of his time to writing.

The reader is left with the question unanswered about the doubtful books. Qum: Manshorat al- Radi Vol. He was the scholar of scholars, writer of writers, historian of historians, jurist of jurists, Muhaddith Hadith Scholar of Muhadditheen, Mufassir Scholar of Quraanic Interpretation of Mufassireen, and researcher of researchers. Abu al-Qasim b. A detailed analysis of al-Mankhul proves that during the period of authorship of this al- Ghazali was greatly influenced by al-Juwayni. Researched and compiled by:.

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