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Muslim Woman
09-11-2014, 03:32 AM
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can u pl. explain the meaning ?

He gives his answer without reducing his awe , while those asking him have their chins raised
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Muslim Woman
09-11-2014, 04:52 AM
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full para :


Ibn al Khayyat praised Malik bin Anas , saying ,

He gives his answer without reducing his awe , while those asking him have their chins raised ;


The light of tranquility and the honor of righteous authority ,


This is how they respect him without him being an authority ...
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MuslimInshallah
09-11-2014, 06:12 AM
Originally Posted by Muslim Woman
:sl:


full para :


Ibn al Khayyat praised Malik bin Anas , saying ,

He gives his answer without reducing his awe , while those asking him have their chins raised ;


The light of tranquility and the honor of righteous authority ,


This is how they respect him without him being an authority ...

Wa alaikum assalaam,


I am just guessing, but it seems to me that Ibn al-Khayyat is saying that Malik bin Anas retains his humility (through awe of Allah) when asked about something, and that those receiving his answer are elevated by/may be proud of their teacher.


Hope this helps. And thank you for the opportunity to reflect about a couple of the great scholars.
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Muslim Woman
09-11-2014, 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by MuslimInshallah
Wa alaikum assalaam,


I am just guessing, but it seems to me that Ibn al-Khayyat is saying that Malik bin Anas retains his humility (through awe of Allah) when asked about something, and that those receiving his answer are elevated by/may be proud of their teacher.


Hope this helps.


sis jazakallah 1 -


And thank you for the opportunity to reflect about a couple of the great scholars.

here r some more from the book ' Manners of the Knowledge Seekers'

Al Ghulabi , Al Hasan , Ibrahim an Nakhai , Khalaf al ahmar , Sharik ra
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