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Mu<ammad b. Ya<yá b. `Abd Alláh b. Khálid, Abú `Abd Alláh al-Dhuhlí al-Nísábúrí al-Zuhrí
(d. 258 AH/872 CE)

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Mu<ammad b. Ya<yá b. `Abd Alláh b. Khálid, Abú `Abd Alláh al-Dhuhlí al-Nísábúrí al-Zuhrí
(d. 258 AH/872 CE)
Chains of narration (Isnad) with this narrator

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From: http://members.tripod.com/ahya/hadeeth/muhaddith.html

23. ADH-DHUHLI, Muhammad bin Yahya:

Abu ‘Abdullah, Muhammad bin Yahya bin ‘Abdullah bin Khalid bin Faris, the freed slave of Banu Dhuhl was born in 170 of the Hijra. He was a Sheikh-ul-lslam and Amir-ul-Mu’minin in the knowledge of Hadeeth and theHafidh of Nishapur. He acquired Hadeeth from many professors in Al-Haramain, Ash-Sham, Egypt, Iraq, Ar-Ray, Khurasan, Yemen and Al-Jazira and became very competent in this field and became the authority of knowledge in Khurasan. Ahmad said, “I never saw someone who knows the Hadeeth of Az-Zuhri from Muhammad bin Yahya than Adh-Dhuhli. He died in Rabl’-ul-Awwal, 258H.


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