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|Ibrahim bin Khalid Abu Thawr|
Abu Thawr (764–854), in full Ibrahim bin Khalid Abu Thawr, was an early scholar of Islam. He taught that women could serve as Imams.
A personal school was built of the followers of Abu Thawr.
- Studying Islam article on women serving as Imams
- Wael B. Hallaq. The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law. (Cambirdge: Cambridge University Press, 2005) p. 168
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