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Narrators of Hadith al-Thaqalayn of Eight-Fourteenth Century

272. Zahir al-Din ‘Abd al-Samad al-Fariqi al-Farabi (d. after 707/1307).

In his sharh of al-Baghawi's Masabih al-Sunnah (MS. 60 in al-­Maktabat al-­Sulaymaniyyah, Istanbul, F. 340 b.)

273. Abu al-Fadl Jamal al-Din Muhammad ibn Mukarram al-Ansari al-Ifriqi al-Misri (d. 711/1311).

In Lisan al-Arab, xi, 137, from Ibn Ishaq al-Azhari. A leading lexicographer and philologist.

274. Sadr al-Din Abu al-Majami’ Ibrahim ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al-Mu’ayyad al-Hamawi (d. 722/1322).

In his Fara'id al-simtayn (ii, 250, 268, 272, 274) from Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa’id al-Khudri, and Hudhayfah ibn Usayd. An eminent scholar.

275. Abu al-Abbas Najm al-Din Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Makki ibn Yasin al-Qamuli (d. 727/1327).

In Takmilat Tafsir al-Razi. A leading jurist of his era. 1

276. Ibn Taymiyyah al-Harrani (d. 728/1328).

In his Minhaj al-Sunnah, 105, from Sahih Muslim, where he tries to misinterpret its meaning.

277. ‘Ala' al-Din ‘Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Baghdadi, known as al-Khazin (d. 741/1340).

In his tafsir, Lubab al-ta'wil, i, 328, vi, 102, vii, 6. A leading scholar and exegete. 2

278. Fakhr al-Din al-Hansawi.

In his Dustur al-haqa'iq from Zayd ibn Arqam, as mentioned by Malik al-’Ulama' al-Dawlatabadi in Hidayat al-su’ada', MS. A leading scholar.

279. Abu ‘Abd Allah Wali al-Din Muhammad ibn ‘Abd Allah al-Khatib al-Tabrizi.

In his Mishkat al-masabih, iii, 255, 258, from Zayd ibn Arqam and Jabir. An eminent scholar.

280. Abu al-Hajjaj Yusuf ibn ‘Abd al-Rahman ibn Yusuf al-Mizzi (d. 742/1341).

In his Tuhfat al-ashraf bi ma’rifat al-atraf from al-Tirmidhi, Muslim and al-Nasa'i. A leading scholar and writer. 3

281. Hasan ibn Muhammad al-Tayyibi (d. 743/1342).

In his Sharh al-Mishkat, MS. A leading scholar of his era. 4

282. Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn al-Muzaffar al-Shahrudi al-Khalkhali (d. 745/1344).

In his al-Mafatih fi sharh al-Masabih, MS. A leading scholar. 5

283. Athir al-Din Abu Hayyan al-Andalusi (d. 745/1344).

In his exegesis al-Bahr al-muhit, i, 12. A leading scholar of his era. 6

284. Shams al-Din Abu ‘Abd Allah Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Dhahabi (d. 748/1347).

As mentioned by al-Shaykhani al-Qadiri in al-Sirat al-sawi, MS. A leading scholar, historian, biographer, traditionist and an authority on rijal.

285. ‘Ala' al-Din ibn al-Turkamani al-Hanafi (d. 749/1348).

In his al-Jawhar al-naqi ‘ala Sunan al-Bayhaqi, vii, 31 (published with Sunan al-Bayhaqi, Hyderabad, India). An eminent scholar.

286. Jamal al-Din Muhammad ibn Yusuf ibn al-Hasan al-Zarandi al-Madani al-Ansari (d. after 750/1349).

In his Nazm Durar al-simtayn, 231-232, from Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa’id and Jabir. An eminent scholar and writer.

287. Badr al-Din Abu Muhammad al-Hasan ibn Habib al-Halabi.

In al-Najm al-thaqib fi ashraf al-manasib (F. 86, MS. 5883, Dar

al-Kutub al-Zahiriyyah, Damascus). An eminent scholar. 7

288. Zayn al-Arab ‘Ali ibn ‘Abd Allah ibn Ahmad al-Misri (d. after 751/1350).

In his sharh of al-Baghawi's Masabih al-Sunnah (F. 356, MS. 59, al-­Maktabat al-Sulaymaniyyah, Istanbul).

289. Sa’id al-Din Muhammad ibn Mas’ud ibn Muhammad al-­Kazeruni (d. 758/1357).

In al-Muntaqa fi sirat al-Musttafa. An eminent scholar and traditionist.

290. Isma’il ibn Kathir ibn Daw' al-Qarashi al-Dimashqi (d. 774/1372).

In his exegesis (v, 457; vi, 199, 200) and his work on history. A leading historian, exegete and legist.

291. Muhammad ibn Qasim al-Nuwayri al-Iskandarani (d. after 775/1373).

In Kitab al-ilmam (Hyderabad, 1390), iii, 154.

292. Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al-Wasiti (d. 776/1374).

In his Majm’ al-ahbab (MS. 2096 in al-Maktabat al-­Sulaymaniyyah, Istanbul, F. 78) from Sahih Muslim. An exegete and legist.

293. Al-Sayyid ‘Ali Shihab al-Din al-Hamadani (d. 786/1384).

In his al-Mawaddah fi al-qurba from Abu Sa’id and Jubayr ibn Mut’im. An eminent scholar.

294. Al-Sayyid Muhammad al-Taliqani.

In Risalah-ye Qiyafeh-nameh, as mentioned by al-Badakhshani in Jami’ al-salasil, MS. in the former's biographical account.

295. Sa’d al-Din Mas’ud ibn ‘Umar al-Taftazani (d. 791/1389).

In Sharh al-Maqasid, ii, 221. A great scholar, grammarian, legist, exegete and mutakallim. 8

296. Abu ‘Abd Allah Husam al-Din Hamid ibn Ahmad al-Mahalli.

In his Mahasin al-azhar fi tafsil manaqib al-’itrat al-akhyar al-athar as mentioned by al-Allamah Muhammad ibn Isma’il al-Amir in al-Rawdat al-nadiyyah. An eminent scholar and legist.

  • 1. Al-Asnawi, Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyyah, ii, 332; al-Suyuti, Husn al-muhaddarah, i, 424.
  • 2. Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, al-Durar al-kaminah, ii, 79.
  • 3. Al-­Shawkani, al-Badr al-tali` Ii mahasin rnin ba`d al-qarn al-­sabi`, ii, 352.
  • 4. Al-Durar al-kaminah, ii, 68; Bughyat al-wi`at, 228; al-Badr al-tali`, i, 229.
  • 5. Al-'Asnawi, Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyyah, i, 505.
  • 6. Al-Wafi bi al-Wafayat, v, 267-283.
  • 7. Al-Durar al-kaminah, ii, 113; Abna' al-ghumar, i, 249.
  • 8. Al­Shawkani, al-Badr al-tali`, ii, 303.

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