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The article provided information on the content and translation into Uzbek of the treatise "Aqeedah" by the Hanafi scholar Abu Ja'far Tahawi, who worked in Egypt in the IX-X centuries and is known for his works on hadith, aqeedah (creed), and the Qur'an. It was not the first attempt by modern scholars to translate work "al-Aqeedatu-t-Tahawiyyah" into Uzbek, which was famous not only in the Hanafi school but also in other parts of the Ahl al-Sunnah, and they tried to prove that based on "al- Aqeedau-t-Tahawiyyan" manuscripts and treatise. The article discussed the issue of attempts to translate the manuscript into Uzbek through the codicological analysis of copies of the manuscript stored in different countries' libraries.
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