Kara Davud

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Muhammad Kara Davud bin Kamal al-Izmiti (b. ? - d. 948 AH/1541 CE), was an Ottoman scholar of Islam known for his work on the exegesis of the Dala'il al-Khayrat: Muwafik-ul Khayrat Linayl-el Barakat Fi Khidmat-as Saadat (widely known as "Kara Davud").[1] He was born in Izmit and buried in Bursa.

Works[edit]

  • Talkhis-e Takrir-e Qawanin
  • Sharh-e Kasida-e Nuniya
  • Malumat (A work on aqida and kalam. The original copy is in the Manasdır library.)
  • Mikdar-ul Qamus
  • Risalat Isa-Gujy

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