in the Qur'an, Hadith, History
`Abd Alláh b. Yazíd, Abú `Abd al-Ra<mán al-Maqri' al-Qa#ír al-`Adwí (mawlá Ál `Umar)
Relied upon by:
A<mad Abí Dáwúd Bukhárí Dárimí Ibn Májah Muslim Nasá'í Tirmidhí
Considered reliable by Ibn \ibbán.
[Tahdhíb al-Tahdhíb, Ibn \ajar al-`Asqalání, Shiháb al-Dín A<mad b. Núr al-Dín `Alí, Abú al-Fa_l al-Sháfi`í, Haydarabad: Dá'irat al-ma`árif al-ni~ámiyyah (12 vols), 1325-7 AH, v. 6, p. 84 ]
Considered reliable by al-Nasá'í, Ibn Sa`d, and Ibn Qáni`. Al-Khalílí has said: He is reliable. Those traditions are used as arguments which he narrates from other reliable narrators. Some of his traditions are unique to him. Considered reliable by Ibn \ibbán.
[al-Ghadír fí al-kitáb wa'l-sunnah wa'l-adab, al-Amíní, `Abd al-\usayn A<mad al-Tabrízí al-Najafí, Beirut: Mu'assasat al-A`lamí (11 vols), 1414 AH/1994 CE, vol. 1, p. 114 ]
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