|Died||977.H. 1570 C.E.|
|Era||Islamic golden age|
|Occupation||Scholar of Islam|
|Main interest(s)||Tafsir, Hadith, Fiqh|
|Notable work(s)||al-Sirāj al-Munīr, Mughnī al-Muḥtāj ʾilā Maʿrifat Maʿāniy ʾAlfāẓ al-Minhāj|
al-Khaṭīb ash-Shirbīniy (الخطيب الشربيني, d. 1570) was a Shafi'i scholar from Egypt, who wrote many works on exegesis, fiqh, the Arabic language, and other Islamic disciplines. He was initially living in the Dakahlia Governorate, his birthplace, before migrating to Cairo in which he lived for the rest of his life.