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Ibrahim al-Nakhai

'Ibrahim al-Nakha'i
Theologian, Faqih
Bornc. 670 CE / 50 AH
Medina
Diedc. 717 CE / 95 or 96 AH
Venerated inIslam
InfluencesMuslim Imam
Tradition or genre
Sunni Islam

Abu Imran, Ibrahim ibn Yazid ibn al-Aswad ibn Amr ibn Rabia’ ibn Haritha ibn Sa’d ibn Malik ibn an-Nakha, also known as Ibrahim al-Nakha'i (670–71 Ce / ~50-96H),[1] was a theologian, jurist and scholar of Islam who was born in 670. He met many companions of Muhammad including, Anas ibn Malik and Aisha bint Abu Bakr.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ a b Lecomte, G. (2012-04-24). "al-Nak̲h̲aʿī, Ibrāhīm". Retrieved 2016-11-22. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)