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He could be overcome with sharpness and anger in discussion, and attack his opponents [verbally] hence planting enmity in their souls towards him.
Ibn Taymiyyah conceded that he was an ocean having no limits and a treasure having no equivalent He used to preserve the prayers and fasts, glorifying the laws outwardly and inwardly. He did not give legal rulings out of poor understanding for he was extremely intelligent, nor out of lack of knowledge for he was an overflowing ocean.
He fell ill in the castle [wherein he was imprisoned] with a serious disease until he died on the night of Monday 20thDhu-l-Qadah, and they prayed over him in the Masjid of Damascus. Afterwards many talked about the number that attended his funeral prayer, and the least number given was fifty thousand. I found him to be from those who had acquired a fortune of knowledge in the sciences that he had.
He used to completely memorise and implement the Sunan and Athdr narrations. Should he speak about tafsir, he would carry its flag, and should he pass a legal ruling infiqh, he knew its limits. Should he speak about a hadlth, he was the seat of its knowledge and fully 13Ibn Hajr, [under the biography of ibn Taymiyyah].
Should he give a lecture on religions and sects, none was seen who was more comprehensive or meticulous than he. He surpassed his contemporaries in every science, you would not see one like him and his own eye did not see one like himself Ibn Hajr also said, The acclaim of TaqI ad-Dln is more renown then that of the Sun and titling him Shaykh al-lsldm of his era remains until our time upon the virtuous tongues. It will continue tomorrow just as it was yesterday. No one refutes this but a person who is ignorant of his prestige or one who turns away from justice Indeed he is excused for his mistakes because he is one of the Imams of his time and it has been testified that he fulfilled the conditions of ijtihdd From the astonishing qualities of this man was that he was the severest of people against the People of 14Ibid.
His works on this are many and famous and hisjatawa on them cannot be counted, so how the eyes of these innovators must have found joy when they heard those who declared him to be a kdfiA And how delighted they must have been when they saw those who did not declare him to be a kafir in turn being labeled kdJiA It is obligatory upon the one who has donned the robe of knowledge and possesses intelligence that he consider the words of a man based upon his well-known books or from the tongues of those who are trusted to accurately convey his words.
And how could it be otherwise when the Shafu Imams and others, not to speak of the Hanballs, of his time testified to his prominence in the [Islamic] sciences Indeed it was said that he was more knowledgeable of the fiqh of the madhhabs than the followers of those very same madhhabs in his time and other than his time. He was a scholar in Usui and the branches o f the religion, in grammar, the language and other textual and intellectual sciences As for hadith then he was the carrier of its flag, a Haft able to distinguish the weak from the strong, fully acquainted with the narrators However his errors with respect to his correct rulings were like a drop in a huge ocean and they are forgiven him as is authentically reported by Bukhari, When a ruler makes a ruling, and he is correct then he has two rewards, and if he has erred then he has one reward.
Ibn Taymiyyah 6. It is not possible to exaggerate his renown when he is mentioned and his fame does not require us to write a lengthy tract on him.
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Ibn Taymiyyah other objects and they will increase in number. I have in my breast both my heaven and my garden. If I travel they are with me, never leaving me. Imprisonment for me is a chance to be alone with my Lord. To be killed is martyrdom and to be exiled from my land is a spiritual journey. Ibn Taymiyyah His Death Ibn Taymiyyah died while im prisoned on the twentieth of Dhu-l-Qa dah of the year H, after ultimately being banned from reading or writing. He fell sick for the few days preceding his death. Governors, heads, scholars, jurists all came out.
Once al-Bazzar [pp. The sum o f his writings were thought to consist of hundreds of volumes and even though a large number of them have been lost, many are still available and in print.onseceabce.ga
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A number of his works have also been translated and below is a list of these works followed by some o f his works in Arabic. Omar A. Farrukh, Khayats, ] 2. Merlin Swartz, the Hague: M outon, ] 3. Public Duties in Islam [tr. The Concise legacy [tr.