Ali ibn Qasim al-Zaqqaq

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For the poet from Al-Andalus see Ibn al-Zaqqaq.

Ali ibn al-Qasim al-Zaqqaq (died 1506/7), from Fes, Morocco is one of the most important authors in the field of Maliki common law.[1] He is the author of the well-known Lamiyat al- Zaqqaq (the popular title of Lamia fi al-Ahkam), a textbook on judicial procedures (Amal). al-Manhaj al-muntakhab is another work by al-Zaqqaq on Maliki fiqh.[2] al-Lulu al-masun fi sadaf al-qawaid al-uyun (written in 1815-16) is the verse summary of al-Zaqqaq's, al-Manhaj al-muntakhab and the commentary of Ahmed Mohammed al-Maqqari (1632) upon it.

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  1. ^ "Al-Lamiya de az-Zaqqaq, al-'Amal al-Fasi de 'Abd ar-Rahman al-Fasi, y al-'Amal al-Mutlaq de as-Siyilmasi" by Henry Toledano, International Journal of Middle East Studies, vol. 5, 1974.
  2. ^ see GAL S II, 376

See also[edit]

Mohammed al-Qasim al-Sijilmasi