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القاضي عياض : سيرة موجزة /
al-Qāḍī ʻIyāḍ : sīrah mūjazah

Author: بن شريفة، محمد محمد بن شريفة ; Muḥammad Bin Sharīfah
Publisher: جامعة القاضي عياض، Murrākush : Jāmiʻat al-Qāḍī ʻIyāḍ, 2009
Series: Manshūrāt Jāmiʻat al-Qāḍī ʻIyāḍ., Silsilat Aʻmāl al-Dhikrā́ al-Thalāthīn ;, 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Arabic : al-Ṭabʻah 1View all editions and formats
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"Qadi Ayyad ibn Musa (1083-1149), or Qadi Iyad, was born Gibraltar. He was the great imam of Ceuta and, later, a high judge (Qadi) in Granada. He was one of the most famous scholars of Maliki law. He headed a revolt against the coming of the Almohades to Ceuta, but lost and was banished to Tadla and later to Marrakech. He was a pupil of [many scholars such as] Abu Abdillah ibn Isa, of Imam Abu Abdillah ibn Hamdin,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
Named Person: ʻIyāḍ ibn Mūsá
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: بن شريفة، محمد محمد بن شريفة ; Muḥammad Bin Sharīfah
OCLC Number: 642662752
Description: 178 p. ; 20 cm.
Series Title: Manshūrāt Jāmiʻat al-Qāḍī ʻIyāḍ., Silsilat Aʻmāl al-Dhikrā́ al-Thalāthīn ;, 1.
Responsibility: Muḥammad Bin Sharīfah.

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"Qadi Ayyad ibn Musa (1083-1149), or Qadi Iyad, was born Gibraltar. He was the great imam of Ceuta and, later, a high judge (Qadi) in Granada. He was one of the most famous scholars of Maliki law. He headed a revolt against the coming of the Almohades to Ceuta, but lost and was banished to Tadla and later to Marrakech. He was a pupil of [many scholars such as] Abu Abdillah ibn Isa, of Imam Abu Abdillah ibn Hamdin, of Abu al-Hassan ibn Siraj and of imam Abu al-Walid Ibn Rushd. Qadi Ayyad is also well-known as one of the seven saints of Marrakech, and is buried near Bab Ailen. His main work is called Ash-Shifa Bi-Ahwal Al-Mustafa (Healing by news of the chosen one). The University of Marrakech (Cadi Ayyad) was named after him" -- from Wikipedia.

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