Abu Sa'id Al-Janadi

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Abu Sa'id Al-Mufaddal ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Janadi (Arabic: أبو سعيد المفضل بن محمد بن ابراهيم الجندي‎, died 308 AH) was an Islamic scholar and muhaddith[1] from Mecca.

Works[edit]

  • Faḍāʼil Makkah (Arabic: فضائل مكة‎), The Virtues of Mecca
  • Faḍāʼil al-Madīnah (Arabic: فضائل المدينة‎), The Virtues of Medina: a small treatise that referenced 78 hadiths and athar.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Al-Ja'di, 'Umar ibn 'Ali Ibn Samurah. Tabaqat fuqaha' al-Yaman. Dar al-Qalam. p. 69.