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Muhammad b. `Ali, Abu `Abd Allah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi al-Sufi al-Shafi`i
(d. 320 AH/932 CE)

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Muhammad b. `Ali, Abu `Abd Allah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi al-Sufi al-Shafi`i
(d. 320 AH/932 CE)
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[Biographical Notes in 'Reliance of the Traveller', Noah (Nuh) Ha Mim Keller, USA: Sunna Books, 1991 CE, x130 (pp. 1048-9) ]

Hakim Tirmidhi (w9.4) is Muhammad ibn `Ali ibn al-Hasan ibn Bishr, Abu `Abdullah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi, a muezzin and author originally from Termez (in present-day Uzbek S.S.R.). A Sufi and Shafi`i scholar in Sacred Law, hadith, and tenets of faith, he was exiled from his native Termez over a book its inhabitants did not agree with, and went to Balkh (present-day Wazirabad. Afghanistan), where he was welcomed and honored. He wrote a number of works in hadith, Sacred Law, and Sufism, among which his Nawadir al-usul [Rare hadith sources] is perhaps the best known. He died in Balkh at ninety years of age, probably around AH 320 (al-A`lam (y136), 6.272; and Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya al-kubra (y128), 2.245; and n).


[al-Ghadir fi al-kitab wa'l-sunnah wa'l-adab, al-Amini, `Abd al-Husayn Ahmad al-Tabrizi al-Najafi, Beirut: Mu'assasat al-A`lami (11 vols), 1414 AH/1994 CE, vol. 1, p. 134 ]

Hakim Tirmidhi (w9.4) is Muhammad ibn `Ali ibn al-Hasan ibn Bishr, Abu `Abdullah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi, a muezzin and author originally from Termez (in present-day Uzbek S.S.R.). A Sufi and Shafi`i scholar in Sacred Law, hadith, and tenets of faith, he was exiled from his native Termez over a book its inhabitants did not agree with, and went to Balkh (present-day Wazirabad. Afghanistan), where he was welcomed and honored. He wrote a number of works in hadith, Sacred Law, and Sufism, among which his Nawadir al-usul [Rare hadith sources] is perhaps the best known. He died in Balkh at ninety years of age, probably around AH 320 (al-A`lam (y136), 6.272; and Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya al-kubra (y128), 2.245; and n).


[Fayd al-qadir fi sharh al-Jami` al-saghir, al-Munawi, Zayn al-Din `Abd al-Ra'uf b. Taj al-`Arifin b. `Ali, al-Haddadi al-Shafi`i, Unidentified edition, , vol. 1, p. 116 ]

Hakim Tirmidhi (w9.4) is Muhammad ibn `Ali ibn al-Hasan ibn Bishr, Abu `Abdullah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi, a muezzin and author originally from Termez (in present-day Uzbek S.S.R.). A Sufi and Shafi`i scholar in Sacred Law, hadith, and tenets of faith, he was exiled from his native Termez over a book its inhabitants did not agree with, and went to Balkh (present-day Wazirabad. Afghanistan), where he was welcomed and honored. He wrote a number of works in hadith, Sacred Law, and Sufism, among which his Nawadir al-usul [Rare hadith sources] is perhaps the best known. He died in Balkh at ninety years of age, probably around AH 320 (al-A`lam (y136), 6.272; and Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya al-kubra (y128), 2.245; and n).

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