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Al-Humaydi

al-Humaidi

الحميدي
Personal
Died 834 /219 AH

Religion Islam
Denomination Sunni
Jurisprudence Shafi'i
Creed Athari
Arabic name
Personal (Ism) ʻAbd Allāh

عبد الله
Patronymic (Nasab) ibn al-Zubayr ibn ‘Isa ibn ‘Ubayd allah ibn Usamah ibn Abd Allah ibn Hamid;

بن الزبير بن عيسى بن عبيد الله بن أسامة بن عبد الله بن حميد بن زهير بن الحارث بن أسد بن عبد العزى
Teknonymic (Kunya) Abū Bakr

أبو بكر
Toponymic (Nisba) Al-Ḥumaydī; Al-Makki; al-Qurashi; al-Asadī

Imam al-Humaydi was a hafiz, faqih from Shafi'i jurisprudence scholar and Shaykh of the al-Haram. He studied under Imam Shafi'i himself in his majlis. He also studied and narrated hadith from Sufyan ibn Uyainah and Fudhail ibn Iyadh. His pupils included Al-Aimah such as Al-Bukhari, An-Nasa'i, At-Turmudhi, Abu Zur'a al-Razi and Abu Hatim al-Razi. He died in Mecca in 219 AH.[1][2]

His Writings [ edit ]

Some of his writing are:

  • Al-Musnad (المسند) ; 22749563 his biggest work.
  • Uṣūl al-Sunnah (أصول السنة), 49543296
  • Ar-Radd ‘Ala an-Nu’man
  • At-Tafsir
  • Ad-Dala’il

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "30418 - 'Abdullah bin al-Zubair bin 'Isa [Abu Bakr]". muslimscholars.info.
  2. ^ "L'Imâm 'Abdullah Ibn Az-Zubayr, Abu Bakr Al-Humaydi". Sounna.com.
Bibliography
  • Adh-Dhahabi, Siyar A’laam an-Nubalaa (10/616-621)
  • Adh-Dhahabi, Tadhkirat ul-Huffaadh (2/413-414),
  • Al-Mizzi, at-Tahdheeb (14/512).



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