The cover of the manuscript, which was authored by Imam Jalaluddin Al-Suyuti.
Manuscripts and Islamic Libraries Department Library, Manuscript No. 88 خ.
An ownership deed in the name of Sheikh Hussein Bin Muhammad Bin Mubarak Al-Adasani Al-Shafi’i, written in the Honorable City of Makkah in 1119 AH. There is also a deed in the name of Muhammad Bin Uthman, dated in the year 1134 AH, as well as a third deed in the name of Saleh Bin Saif Al-Ateeqi (Al-Atiqi), dated in the year 1199 AH, and a fourth deed in the name of Abdullah Bin Saleh Bin Saif Al-Ateeqi, dated 13 Rabi’ Al-Awwal 1223 AH, which is likely to have been the date of his father’s death.
- The stamp of Abdullah Bin Saleh Bin Saif;
- The stamp of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs in Kuwait.
Sheikh Hussein Bin Muhammad Bin Mubarak Al-Adasani was a judge in Al-Ahsa. According to a biography of him published in Al-Arab Magazine in 2001 AD / 1422 AH (Issue Nos. 7 and 8), many of his descendants within the Al-Adasani family were also judges. Note that a second biography of him (authored by us) was published in the same magazine in the year 2005 AD / 1426 AH (Issue Nos. 7 and 8).
After the descendants of Sheikh Saleh Al-Ateeqi settled in Kuwait, the above-mentioned manuscript was given to Sheikh Abdullah Bin Khalaf Al-Duhaian. In 1397 AH, his heirs donated it to the library at the Ministry of Awqaf.
Dr. Imad Muhammad Al-Ateeqi