Template:Islam scholars diagram

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  1. ^ The Quran
  2. ^ The Great Fiqh
  3. ^ Al-Muwatta'
  4. ^ Sahih al-Bukhari
  5. ^ Sahih Muslim
  6. ^ Jami` at-Tirmidhi
  7. ^ Mishkât Al-Anwar
  8. ^ The Niche for Lights
  9. ^ Women in Islam: An Indonesian Perspective by Syafiq Hasyim. Page 67
  10. ^ ulama, bewley.virtualave.net
  11. ^ 1.Proof & Historiography - The Islamic Evidence. theislamicevidence.webs.com
  12. ^ Atlas Al-sīrah Al-Nabawīyah. Darussalam, 2004. Pg 270
  13. ^ Umar Ibn Abdul Aziz by Imam Abu Muhammad ibn Abdullah ibn Hakam died 829