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Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 - July 1641),[1] also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī,[2] was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise,[citation needed] and are still used in Egypt. His most noted work is Rawdh Al Murabbi Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, and book entitled Umdah fil Fiqh.[1]

He was born in Bahut, Egypt and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.