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It is written from beginning to end in the Khojki script. Thereafter, he will let others molest them, and they, one after the other, will do this lewd act. View this page in our App. The first scholar who advised Imam to establish a national public library.
The calligraphy is bold and expressive. It is beautifully and boldly written in very black ink on glazed paper; the paper is of such high quality that even the bookworms have managed to make holes only at the margins. Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Musnad, vol. That work is now lost; surviving only in summaries and verse compilations like the present manuscript. He S also said elsewhere: The authors evidently wished the work to read as the words of an Imam addressing a follower.
Since non-Ismailis could not read the Khojki script, he could carry this fundamental treatise of Ismaili thought without fear of criticism or persecution. It is precious because this is a unique manuscript; no other copy is known to exist.
Other hadith with the same content has also been reported. The AL-Hamdani manuscript was copied in the year AH, or around CE, in a graceful calligraphic hand, with full vocalisation of the Arabic text for the sake of clarity.
Ibn Tawus, Malahim, p. Elsewhere, he S said: This was the script developed first by Ismaili merchants to maintain their business records in confidence but later came to be widely used by Ismailis for religious texts; the underlying language might be Arabic, as in this case, or Gujarati or Urdu, or any of a number of other tongues.
Abu Hatim argued that both philosophy and science were not products of human reason but had divine origins. One among the mot Yemeni intellectuals whose influence on revolutionary men success considered as an important factors of the26th September Revolution against Imamh regime, It is one of several manuscripts in the AL-Hamdani Collection copied by a woman scribe. Over the nearly years since the book was copied, the pages have become disordered; in the process of repair and conservation which ALDAR will undertake, the precious volume will be put in proper order and the old marbled and leather binding will be restored.
Provided secure shelter to many Yemeni revolutionaries when was in Egypt It was completed in CE. Copied in AH, or around CE, it served as the basis of the edition which the great French scholar Henry Corbin edited and translated in ; another edition, based on manuscripts from Pakistan and Afghanistan, was edited later by Mustafa Ghalib.
Stern, their identities were revealed and they themselves were shown to be closely linked with the early Ismaili movement and, most probably, Ismailis themselves certainly, they were attacked as Ismailis by their critics. The Prophet S also said elsewhere: The Prophet S said: The weakening of the foundations of the family, of kinship and friendship; the coldness of human feelings and heartlessness are among the salient characteristics of the end of time.
Like other manuscripts in the collection, it has been handed down from one generation to the next and below the colophon is the signature of Fayd Allah AL-Hamdani, dated CE. Muhammad ibn Muslim said: The present manuscript, one of two in the AL-Hamdani Collection, is beautifully written in a clear scholarly hand and probably dates from the late 18 th or early 19 th century.
He S said in another hadith: Perhaps, it would be due to extreme economic problems, the spread of diseases among children, the lack of facilities, and the propaganda and encouragement to have fewer children, or other factors. But no one will condemn this lewd act or change it.
Now, let us look at the hadith s in order to comprehend the profundity of the tragedy of the loss of Islamic values and the spread of corruption at that time. The volume is richly bound in crimson leather with gold stamped title. The AL-Hamdani manuscript was one of the few known copies of this work wqlad recently. Over the years, many important Ismaili texts have been published using manuscripts drawn from this Collection.
It has been one of the most consulted manuscripts in the AL-Hamdani Collection and is still in demand by scholars. Our fourth volume, which was copied in Jumada al-Awwal AH, or CE, is missing the beginning pages but still contains almost pages, written in an assertive Arabic calligraphy sprinkled with red dots throughout.
This book derives from a public debate held in the 10 th century in the presence of the governor of Rayy, a once-important Iranian city near modern-day Tehran. He further upheld the universal validity of prophecy, not only within the Islamic ,anz but also in the teachings of other faiths, walzd Zoroastrianism as well as Christianity and Judaism.
The animalistic acts of pseudo-humans will no longer be seen as indecent and obscene due to the extent of the corruption, and these acts will gradually appear as natural and normal.
It is included here because it is a good example of an old and treasured manuscript which will require conservation and repair; wallad binding is loose and the pages waoad suffered damage from worms, despite the aromatic leaves inserted at regular intervals.
The writer of waad unique book: Our copy also shows the hazards of leaving precious books where children can get at them for there are mischievous scribbles, in a childish hand, on the flyleaf and elsewhere-another sign of the family nature of AL-Hamdani Collection!
The Dean had been the first academician with D. He wrote more than twenty books. Ibrahim ibn al-Husayn al-Hamidi: In other words, by practicing abortion and contraception at kajz time, the people will prevent increase in the number of children. Since the AL-Hamdani manuscripts were handed down from father to son over several generations, from the 18 th century to the present, such ownership seals and stamps constitute a precious family history.
The title-page bears several ianz and stamps of ownership of successive members of the AL-Hamdani family.