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This appendix presents several tables where part of the corpus of jurisprudence on which the author’s research is based is broken down. The location of each text as well as the type of information it furnishes (author of the fatwā, the asset given in donation, the beneficiary and, depending on the character of the latter, the type of donation, drawing a distinction between family and charitable donations) are recorded. The compilations used are al-Wansharisi’s Miʿyār (202 fatāwā), Ibn Rushd’s Kitāb al-fatāwā (16 fatāwā), ʿIyāḍ’s Madhāhib al-ḥukkām (4 fatāwā) and al-Shaʿbi’s al-Aḥkām (5 fatāwā). They amount to 227 fatāwā in total, those on which the author relied in the course of this research to provide the figures and percentages already indicated.

Keywords: al-Aḥkām; charitable donations; fatāwā; Kitāb al-fatāwā; Madhāhib al-ḥukkām; Miʿyār

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