Mohammed ibn Rushayd

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Mohammed Ibn Rushayd or Muhibb al-Din Abu Abdallah Mohammed ibn Umar ibn Rushayd al-Fihri al-Sabti (1259–1321) (Ar:ابن رشيد الفهري، أبو عبد الله محمد بن عمر ) was a judge, writer and scholar of Hadith, born in Sabta, Spain. He is especially famous as a traveller and author of a well-known rihla. He was a near contemporary of Ibn Battuta (1304–1377) and the author of 18 works.[1]

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  1. ^ J. Lirola Delgado, article on Ibn Rushayd, volume 5 of Biblioteca de Al-Andalus[1], Fundación IBN, Lugar y Fecha Edición: Almería, vol. 4 (nr. [1004])
  • Ibn Rushayd, ' ' Mil'al-'aybah bi-mā jumi'a bi-ūl al-ghaybah fī al-wijhah al-wajīhah ilá al-aramayn Makkah wa-aybah' ', al-Dar al-Gharb al-Islami, 1988
  • Mohamed ibn A. Benchekroun, La vie intellectuelle marocaine sous les Mérinides et les Wattāsides (XIIIe, XIVe, XVe, XVIe siècles), Rabat: 1974, pp. 186–194
  • J. Lirola Delgado, article on Ibn Rushayd, volume 5 of Biblioteca de Al-Andalus[2], Fundación IBN, Lugar y Fecha Edición: Almería, vol. 4 (nr. [1004])