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Usama Al-Sayyid Mahmud Al-Azhari

Author of Introduction to the Principles of Quranic Exegesis

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Bio from Mecca Books: About Author:

Sheikh Usama al-Sayed al-Azhari is an Azhari scholar, preacher, an academic and a Senior Fellow of Kalam Research & Media. He teaches Hadith, Logic, and Islamic Creed at the renowned Al-Azhar Mosque’s Riwaq al-Atrak in Cairo, Egypt. He also holds a teaching post in the Faculty of Usul al-Din and Da`wah at Al-Azhar University, Egypt.

From "Mail of Islam" website: His scholarly body of works includes the seminal Ihya’ Ulum al-Hadith (The Revival of the HadÏth Sciences); al-Madkhal ila Usul al-Tafsir (An Introduction to the fundamentals of Tafsir); al-Ihya’ al-Kabir l-Ma’alem al-Manhaj al-Azhari al-Munir (Towards a Grand Renewal: The Salient Features of the Azhari Approach); and an introduction to al-Nibras. Sheikh Usama’s forthcoming titles are Asanid al-Misryyin and Al-‘alaqah baina al-Fiqh wa Usuli.
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