Shaykh Manṣūr Ibn Yūnus Al-bahūtī (c. 1592 - July 1641),[1] also known as Al-bahūtī Al-miṣrī but better known as al-Bahūtī,[2] was an Egyptian Islamic theologian. He espoused the Hanbali school of Islam. His legal writings are considered well-researched and concise, and are still used in Egypt. His most noted work is Rawdh Al Murabbi Sharh Zād Al Mustaqni. He also wrote other commentaries such as Sharh Al Muntahā, Hāshiyah Al-Iqna, and book entitled Umdah fil Fiqh.[1]

He was born in Bahut, Egypt and died in Cairo in July 1641. Not a lot is known of his life.


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