If the science of nahwu has Jurumiyah as the most famous book which became the first introduction of people to the science of nahwu, then the science of ushul fiqh has al-Waraqat. Both of them are thin, both written by great scholars, and both become books made by the same person, namely Syarof ad-Din Yahya al-'Imrithi (d 890 H). al-'Imrithi assembled Jurumiyah into 204 stanzas of nadzom, which in Indonesia is known as Nadzam 'Imrithi. Sedangkat al-Waraqat was created by him into 211 verses of nadzam, with the name Tashil at-Thuruqat.The reason that al-ʻImrithi converted al-Waraqat to Tashil at-Thuruqat was mentioned in one of the stanzas which was his introduction, namely because according to him al-Waraqat was a thin book about ushul fiqh which had the best quality. Hopefully, this nadzom will help beginners in the field of ushul fiqh to memorize and understand the material in al-Waraqat easily.Kitab al-Waraqat was written by Imam Haramain. His full name is Abu al-Ma'ali Dliya 'ad-Din Abdul Malik bin Abdullah bin Yusuf bin Muhammad al-Juwaini. Al-Juwaini is nisbat to his home area, Juwain, which is part of Nisyapur or Naisabur, a city in Iran. Imam Haramain was born when the calendar shows the 18th of Muharram 419 H. The nickname of Imam Haramain is pinned on him because he was once a mufti and teacher of jurisprudence at the shafi'i schools in Mecca and Medina, or called Haramain (two holy lands).This book uses the ijaz writing style, which is a bit of a lafaz with many meanings. The material written in it is about important definitions about ushul fiqh, without explaining one by one with a long elaboration. This means that al-Waraqat is only an introduction to ushul fiqh. Thus, to further explore ushul fiqh, other, larger books are still needed.
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