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A: We advise you to continue reading the compiled book of the Fatawa (Legal opinions issued by qualified Muslim Scholar) by Imam Ibn Taymiyyah (Part No. 12; Page No. 126) (may Allah be merciful to him) and to have patience and seek Allah's Reward in doing so, for this book is a great and a very useful one, it comprises many questions and topics that provide benefit for people in their life and in the Hereafter. It is a comprehensive, academic encyclopedia including all branches of knowledge, such as `Aqidah (creed), Tawhid (belief in the Oneness of Allah/ monotheism), Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), Usul-ul-Fiqh (principles of Islamic jurisprudence), Hadith, Tafsir (explanation/ exegesis of the meanings of the Qur'an), in addition to astronomy, logic, arguments, sects and Madhahib (Schools of Jurisprudence), medicine, Arabic linguistics, geography, history, psychology, and many other branches of knowledge.It is a great and significant book, by which Allah has revealed the truth and warded off many suspicions raised by some liars and many Bid`ahs (innovations in religion) introduced by some deviators. The author (may Allah be merciful to him) refuted such liars with both traditional and logical evidence. He refuted their claims by evidence existing in the essence of their Madh-hab, as he was more knowledgeable of their Madh-hab than they were. Therefore, he held them back, removed any doubts and supported the Salaf's (righteous predecessors) Madh-hab. He also clarified the truth of this Din (religion of Islam) and its `Aqidah, as he explained the consistency between sound logic and authentic tradition. All this comes with fine compilation and eloquent phrasing, classification and clarification. Hence, whoever reads this great book will Insha'a Allah (if Allah wills) be safe from any suspicions and delusions. They will also have brilliant intellect, sound opinion, and great knowledge that can give them and others confirmed benefits.The repetition and prolixity in some issues in this book was not done in vain, but was intended for a certain benefit viewed by the author (may Allah be merciful to him), to give (Part No. 12; Page No. 127) each issue its due consideration, to cover all its aspects and leave no room for objection or doubt, so that a novice knowledge seeker and a scholar can be able to acquire great benefit. Repetition may also be attributed to repeated questions. Shaykh-ul-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah might mention an issue in a chapter then repeat it in detail, or briefly in another chapter, as necessary, for this issue may have an indirect relationship with the chapter so he briefly mentions it, then states it in detail afterwards in its specified location, due to it having a direct relationship with the chapter previously mentioned.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.