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Al-Hujjat al-Qawiyyah Fi al-Radd Ala Man Qadah Fi al-Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya
By Imam Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim Thattvi Sindhi (d. 1174 AH)
الحجة القوية في الرد على من قدح في الحافظ ابن تيمية للامام محمد هاشم التتوي السندي
Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya is a controvercial scholar. In general, Ahl al-Sunnah believe him as a scholar of Ahl-as-Sunnah but with major errors in his Ijtehad.
He wrote a book against the beliefs of Rawafidh (Shiite sect). This contained some statements which were even disturbing for the Sunni scholars, and one of them called Makhdoom Muhammad Mueen Thattvi wrote a Radd against that book.
Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim was not a follower of Ibn Taymiyya. But the book of Radd contained some statements which were against the beliefs and practices of Sunni Muslims and against Ibn Taymiyya. Therefore, Makhdoom Hashim wrote this book as a Radd against the book of Makhdoom Mueen Thattvi.
Makhdum Muhammad Hashim Thattvi
(Arabic: العلامة المخدوم محمد هاشم بن عبدالغفور بن عبدالرحمان التتوي السندي الحارثي الحنفي)
(Sindhi: مخدوم محمد هاشم ٺٽوي)
Born: 10 Rabi' al-Awwal 1104 A.H. (1692 CE)
Died: Thursday 6 Rajab 1174 AH. at 70 years of age
Complete Biography in Sindhi by: Dr. Abdul-Rasool Qadri (ڊاڪٽر عبدالرسول قادري)
Khamsat-Al-Tahirah by Makhdum Thattvi
(خلاصة النفحات الباهرة في جواز القول بالخمسة الطاهرة)
پنجتن پاڪ ۽ ٻارنهن امام چوڻ جو ثبوت
Author: Allama Makhdum Muhammad Hashim Thattvi (مخدوم محمد هاشم ٺٽوي)
Translator: Mawlana Muhammad Idrees Dahiri Naqshbandi (علامه محمد ادريس ڏاهري نقشبندي)
Language: Persian (فارسی), Sindhi (سنڌي)
al-Baqiyat as-Salihat (الباقيات الصالحات)
Author: Makhdum Muhammad Hashim Thattvi
Translator: Mawlana Muhammad Idrees Dahiri
This book is written by the great scholar of Sindh, and describes the biographies of Ummahat-ul-Momineen.
This is a short book by the famous scholar that proves the Hanafi way of keeping hands in Qiyam during prayer is proved by Sahih Hadith. Some people published the book "Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaibah" and removed the words "Taht as-Surrat" describing the position of hands. This book shows there are clear and authentic Ahadith showing that the preferred position of keeping the hands during Qiyam (standing) in prayer is below the navel.