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Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi

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  • Страна местожительства: Palestine
  • Пол: Male
  • Born in: 1815
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Sheikh Ali bin Mansour al-Karmi (born in Tulkarem on May 10, 1815 AD - died in Tulkarem on December 10, 1897 AD), scholar, imam, Muslim jurist, and judge, one of the most prominent Hanbali scholars, and one of the most prominent figures of Palestine, and one of the Islamic scholars in the thirteenth century AH. He is considered a reference For the Hanbalis, he was a trustee of the Hanbali fatwas, an agent for the Umayyad Mosque, a mufti and judge for judges in the land of Palestine, and he has a group of books.

his birth
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour al-Karmi was born in the city of Tulkarm in Palestine, on May 10, 1815 AD, corresponding to Jumada al-Awwal 30, 1230 AH. Religion, and Al-Hayy produced a group of sheikhs and religious scholars, including Sheikh Mar’i Al-Karmi, Sheikh Ahmed bin Yahya Al-Karmi, Sheikh Muhammad Saeed Al-Jamal and others.

His upbringing and his request for knowledge
Al-Karmi grew up in his city Tulkarem in a family known for knowledge, and he received in Tulkarem Sharia sciences and the Qur’an, where he studied under a number of scholars and sheikhs in Tulkarem, including Sheikh Muhammad Al-Tayyah. Hanbali jurisprudence on the authority of a number of sheikhs, including Sheikh Hassan bin Omar Al-Shatti and Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Kafiri, and he took the knowledge of the imposition, as he took the rest of the legal sciences from a group of scholars of that era, including Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Kuzbari, Sheikh Saeed Al-Halabi, Sheikh Hamid Al-Attar, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Tibi and others.

Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi then went to Egypt, then returned to Tulkarem, then to Damascus again, where he completed his educational attainment, and there he assumed the position of Secretary of the Hanbali Fatwas, and the agent of the Umayyad Mosque, and became a major reference for the Hanbalis, then he returned to Tulkarem, and took over The judiciary and fatwas in Palestine, and he was known as one of the most prominent flags of Palestine.

his sciences
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi was an imam in fundamentals, interpretation, jurisprudence, language, logic, controversy and judiciary.

his elders
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi was a student at the hands of a large number of scholars and sheikhs in various legal, jurisprudential and linguistic branches, and among these sheikhs:

Sheikh Mohammed Al-Tayyah.
Sheikh Hassan bin Omar Al-Shatti.
Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Kafiri.
Sheikh Saeed Al-Halabi.
Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Taibi.
Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Kuzbari.
Sheikh Hamed Al-Attar.
and many others.

his approach
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi was influenced by the scholars of his country, the Hanbali predecessors, so he followed their path, followed in their footsteps, adhered to their approach, followed their tracks, and adopted their teachings. Among the most prominent of them are the scholars who were influenced by:

Allama Mari bin Yusuf bin Abi Bakr Al-Karmi.
Allama Ahmed bin Yahya bin Youssef Al-Karmi.
Allama Muhammad bin Ahmed bin Salem Al-Safarini.
his family life
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi lived in a family that was famous for its knowledge. His father, Sheikh Mansour Al-Karmi.

Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi is married and has a number of children, the most prominent of whom is the scholar Saeed Al-Karmi. Among the most prominent descendants of Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi are the poet Abdul Karim Al-Karmi, the linguist Hassan Al-Karmi, the writer Ahmed Shaker Al-Karmi, the politician Abdul Ghani Al-Karmi, and the writer Mahmoud Al-Karmi.

His writings
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi has a number of books, the most prominent of which are:

the aim.
Summary of the Safarini doctrine.
A brief explanation of the brilliant lights of the glorious lights and the shining of archaeological secrets to explain the golden pearl in the contract of the pathological band.
his death
Sheikh Ali bin Mansour Al-Karmi died in the city of Tulkarem, on Friday, December 10, 1897 AD, corresponding to Rajab 15, 1315 AH, at the age of 82, and was buried in the city of Tulkarem. Sheikh Al-Karmi had written a will during his life in which he bequeathed that he be buried in Tulkarem, regardless of the place where he will die.

Scholars praise him
Sheikh Muhammad Kamal al-Din al-Ghazi said: “He is the scholar, the virtuous jurist.”
Sheikh Muhammad Jamil Al-Shatti was quoted as saying: “He is the virtuous sheikh, the jurist, the free, the gallant.”
The writer, Jamil bin Aref Barakat, quoted him saying: “He is the sheikh of the imam, the unique of his time and the only one of his time.”



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