بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Minhajul Muslim by Abu Bakr Al Jazaairee
-It’s not referred to (as an authority).
Fiqh-us-Sunnah by Sayyid Sabiq
-It’s good however he uses weak narrations as proof. Also don’t be concerned with the discussion on shaving the beard nor those who have difficult work in which he makes permissible the breaking of the fast and making it up on another day. This is not correct nor is it given consideration.
Fiqh-us-Seerah by Al Ghazaali
-A book thats not referred to (as an authority).
Halal wal Haram fil Islam by Yusuf Al Qardawi
-As for this book it’s distorted. It’s a very small treatise that indicates the limits of your (the author) knowledge. Had someone else written about the halal and haram he would’ve produced volumes. Indeed shaykh Fawzaan refuted him in a book he entitled criticism of Al Halal wal Haram.
Ihya Uloomud Din by Al Ghazaali
-It’s not depended upon with regards to hadith, because of the mentioning in it of a number of fabricated hadith. Rather hadith that have no foundation whatsoever like Al Iraqi clarified.
Statements taken from Al Majroohoon
مأخوذ من الكتاب: المجروحون عندالإمام الوادعي
ترجمة: نجيب بن يوسف الأنجلسي
Translated by Najeeb Al Anjelesi