Civilisation, Interfaith, Peace & Security
Monday, 10 August 2015 11:55

Muhammad Abū Zahra (updated version)

Abu Zahrah was one of the leading ulama of the twentieth century who left behind a distinctive legacy of scholarship that gained him international acclaim during his lifetime and ever since.  Born on March 19,  1898/1316 A.H, Muhammad b. Ahmad b. Mustafa b. Ahmad, better known as Abu Zahrah, has written over 34 books, and over 100 other works on Islamic law and jurisprudence, Quran commentary, theology, hadith studies, law and society and Arabic literature.  He was born and brought up in al-Mahallah al-Kubra, a provincial capital in Lower Egypt in a respectable religious family.  His early education started in al-Raqiyyah School where he studied modern science subjects as well as religion and Arabic.......... [click here to download the full article in pdf ]