Abu'l-Faraj ibn al-Jawzi ( – 14 June ) from Baghdad was an Islamic scholar whose family traces their lineage back to that of Abu Bakr, the famous. Ibn al-Jawzī, in full ʿAbd al-Raḥmān ibn ʿAlī ibn Muḥammad Abū al-Farash ibn al-Jawzī, (born , Baghdad—died , Baghdad), jurist, theologian. Imam Ibn al-Jawzi boron on c. AH/ CE in Baghdad, Iraq and passed away on AH/14 June Baghdad, Iraq was an Iraqi.
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Works Ibn al-Jawzi is perhaps the most prolific author in Islamic history.
Some have suggested that he is the author of more than works. Ibn al-Jawzi lived to the ripe old age of ibn al jawzi and was a prolific writer throughout most of his life.
Recently, Professor 'Abdul-Hamid al-Aluji, an Iraqi scholar conducted research on the extent of ibn al-Jawzi's works and wrote a reference work in which he listed Ibn al-Jawzi's works alphabetically, identifying the ibn al jawzi and libraries where his unpublished manuscripts could be found.
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He believed that these and other Hanbalites had gone to extremes in affirming God's Attributes, so much so that he accused them of tarnishing the reputation of Hanbalites and making it synonymous with extreme anthropomorphism.
They believed that He has two eyes, a mouth, a uvula and molars, a face which is light and splendor, two hands, including the palms of hands, fingers including the little fingers and the thumbs, a back, and ibn al jawzi legs divided into thighs and shanks.
I have advised both the followers and the leaders saying: You are adherents and followers of our madhhab.
Your greatest Imam is Ahmad ibn Hanbal, may Allah have mercy on him, who said while under the lash of the Ibn al jawzi Then, you said regarding the hadiths of the Attributes: It behooves one not to neglect the means by which the principle of Religion is established and that is reason.