Abdallah Bin Bayyah
|Abdullah bin Bayyah|
|Born||1935 (age 77–78)
|Residence||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
|Employer||King Abdul Aziz University|
|Religion||Sunni Islam (Maliki)|
Abdallah bin Mahfudh ibn Bayyah (born 1935) He was born in Mauritania. Currently he teaches at King Abdul Aziz University in Saudi Arabia. He is a specialist in all four traditional Sunni schools, with an emphasis on the Maliki Madh'hab.
In his youth, he was appointed to study legal judgments in Tunis. On returning to Mauritania, he became Minister of Education and later Minister of Justice. He was also appointed a Vice President of the first president of Mauritania.
Bin Bayyah is presently involved in number of scholarly councils including The Islamic Fiqh Council, a Saudi-based Institute, he was also the Vice-President of International Union of Muslim Scholars . from which he resigned mid 2013.  He is also a member of the Dublin-based European Council for Fatwa and Research, a council of Muslim clerics that aims at explaining Islamic law in a way that is sensitive to the realities of European Muslims.
He was ranked amongst the 50 most influential Muslims in 2009.
- Manufacturing of Fatwa and minority fiqh, 2005.
- A dialogue about human rights in Islam, 2003.
- Ideological opinions (فتاوى فكرية)
- Amaly Alddalalat (Usul alfiqh), 2003.
- Members list (Arabic)
- List of Members of the European Council for Fatwa and Research
- "500 Most Influential Muslims". November 17, 2009.
- Bin Bayyah's official reply to Amman Message
- Fox News 06/27/2013
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