Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,

Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,
The author talks about the exact way to share a legacy in islam. The manuscript is called. Bright lights and bright flowers. There is only one in the university al qasimia in islamic manuscripts house, but dated 1140h, but mine is dated 1125h, 1713 Gregorian calendar, and the author died at 1141h. I have been told that the manuscript is by the author himself, but even though it has his name on it, and the date is the same date that he wrote the manuscript, I cannot say that the author wrote it himself. I can only say with my experience that it is a very interesting and very very rare manuscript. Muhammad bin Hamdoun Bennani Al-Fassi. May God have mercy on him, was a scholar, scholar, master of issues, investigating them, proficient in the arts, participating in them. God willing, including the explanation of the basmalah and the hamdala, he called it the benefits recorded in the explanation of the basmalah and the hamdala, and including the explanation of the Ansariyyah in theology and has many restrictions and questions and answers indicate his achievement and his mastery of his understanding He died, may God have mercy on him, in the year one hundred and forty one. 22 cm / 16 cm. This item is in the category “Antiques\Manuscripts”. The seller is “azet22″ and is located in this country: MA. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Date of Publication: 1713
  • Type: Handwritten Manuscript
  • Language: Arabic
  • Author: Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Hamdoun Bennani Al-Fassi
  • Material: Paper
  • Original/Facsimile: Original

Complete very very rare islamic manuscript arabic 1125h, manuscrit,