Abd-Allah ibn Ibadh

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Abdullāh ibn 'Ibādh al-Tamimi (Arabic: عبدالله بن اباض التميمي‎; d. 708) was a Tabi'i, a jurist and one of the best students of Ibn Abbas,[citation needed] who narrated hadiths from Aisha and a large number of the Sahaba who witnessed the Battle of Badr.[citation needed] He and Jābir ibn Zayd were imams in the tafsir and sciences of Hadith.[citation needed]

Lineage[edit]

Abdullah ibn Ibadh hailed from the clan of Banu Murra, a branch of the Najdi tribe of Bani Tamim, one of the main tribes in Arabia.[1]

Biography[edit]

Ibn Ibadh was born in al-Yamamah and grew up during the reign of Muawiyah I, the first ruler of the Umayyad Caliphate, and died during the reign of Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan.[2]

The Ibadi school of thought is attributed to ibn Ibadh, although there is some recent research[3] that qualifies this attribution.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://ahlulistiqamah.co.uk/index.php/en/personalites/32-abdullah-ibn-ibadh-the-truth-voice
  2. ^ Donald Hawley, Oman, pg. 199. Jubilee edition. Kensington: Stacey International, 1995. ISBN 0905743636
  3. ^ Hoffman, V. J. (2015) Ibāḍism: History, Doctrines, and Recent Scholarship. Religion Compass, 9: 297–307

External links[edit]

Who are the Ibaadis? (From a Sunni perspective)