Abu Bishr Isma'il ibn Ibrahim ibn Muqsim (Arabic: أبو بشر إسماعيل بن إبراهيم بن مِقْسَم), commonly known as Ibn 'Ulayya (Arabic: ابن عُليَّة), was a hadith scholar, faqih and a mufti from Basra.[1]

Ibn 'Ulayya
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Calligraphy of his name
TitleAl-Hafiz
Personal
Bornc. 729 CE
Basra, Umayyad caliphate (present-day Iraq)
Diedc. 809 CE
Baghdad, Abbasid caliphate (present-day Iraq)
ReligionIslam
EraIslamic Golden Age
Main interest(s)Hadith, Faqih
Muslim leader

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Ibn Rāhwayh, Isḥāq (1990), Balūshī, ʻAbd al-Ghafūr ʻAbd al-Ḥaqq Ḥusayn (ed.), Musnad Isḥāq ibn Rāhwayh (1st ed.), Tawzīʻ Maktabat al-Īmān, p. 112