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al-ASHARI, ABU MUSA

Author: L Veccia Vaglieri; Brill
Edition/Format: Encyclopedia article Encyclopedia article : English
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ibn ḳays , Companion of the Prophet and military leader. Bornp about 614 A.D., Abū Mūsā, a native of the Yemen, left South Arabia by sea with several of his brothers and members of his tribe (the As̲h̲ʿar) and joined Muḥammad at Ḵh̲aybar at the time of the famous expedition against the Jews of that oasis (7/628) to swear allegiance to him (the information given in some sources [for example Ibn Ḥad̲j̲ar, Tahdhīb  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: L Veccia Vaglieri; Brill
ISSN:1573-3912
Publication:Encyclopaedia of Islam, Second Edition; Leiden, Koninklijke Brill NV, 20120424
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 5862822131
Notes: First print: isbn: 9789004161214, 1960-2007
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ibn ḳays , Companion of the Prophet and military leader. Bornp about 614 A.D., Abū Mūsā, a native of the Yemen, left South Arabia by sea with several of his brothers and members of his tribe (the As̲h̲ʿar) and joined Muḥammad at Ḵh̲aybar at the time of the famous expedition against the Jews of that oasis (7/628) to swear allegiance to him (the information given in some sources [for example Ibn Ḥad̲j̲ar, Tahdhīb , ii, 1265] according to which he was one of the emigrants who went to Abyssinia, is therefore most unlikely to be authentic; Ibn ʿAbd al-Barr, Ist̄iʿāb , Ḥaydarābād 1318, 392, no. 1622; 678-79, no. 678). In 8/630 he look part in the battle of Ḥunayn (al-Ṭabarī, i, 1667); in 10/631-2 he was sent to the Yemen with Muʿād̲h̲ b. Ḏj̲abal to spread Islam there and was one of the lieutenants of Muḥammad and then of Abū Bakr in that region. ʿUmar appointed him governor of Baṣra when he recalled al-Mug̲h̲īra b. S̲h̲uʿba [q.v.] from that post in 17/638 (al-Ṭabarī, i, 2529; see also 2388). At the request of the inhabitants of Kūfa, ʿUmar appointed him governor of that town in 22/642-3, but after retaining him in the office for a few months, until the reappointment of al-Mug̲h̲īra (al-Ṭabarī, i, 2678 f.), he sent him back to

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