Pioneers of Islamic Scholarship
Kube Publishing Ltd, Oct 12, 2013 - 210 pages
Over the fourteen centuries of its existence, Islamic scholarship has produced numerous individuals who have distinguished themselves by acquiring broad knowledge and deep insight. However, true distinction is only achieved through a lasting influence. Therefore this selection of merited individuals has to start with the founders of the eight schools of jurisprudence who have had a continuous following for centuries.
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