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An Arabic manuscript on paper, 71 leaves with 31 lines to each page, written in black naskh script.
Catchwords and titles in red ink, the upper part of the first page with gold and striking blue decoration.
Seal impressions on first and last page, with brown leather binding.
17 by 25 cm.
The author: Abu al-Qasim Maḥmud ibn Umar al-Zamakhshari, (1075 – 1144 ) known as al-Zamakhshari, or Jar Allah, a medieval Muslim scholar of Persian origin, a great Hanafite jurist, Mu'tazilite and theologian. He studied at Bukhara and Samarkand, before he travelled to Baghdad, was a philologist of the Arabic language. He wrote primarily in Arabic, occasionally in Persian. Al-Zamakhsharī earned the laqab 'Jar-Allah' (God's neighbor) for the years he spent in Mecca before he finally returned to Khwarezm.
He compiled all the authentic and good hadiths about the good relation and the mutual respect between Ahl al-Bayt and the Companions of the prophet. Then, Sheikh Al-Zamakhshari, in this book, deleted the Isnads form the Hadiths.