Ali ibn Ahmad al-Samhudi
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|Ali bn Ahmad al-Samhudi|
|Born||AH 844 (c. AD 1466), Samhud, Egypt|
|Died||AH 911 (c. AD 1533)|
|Islamic History, Islamic Jurisprudence|
His full name was al-Samhudi, Nur al-Din `Ali b. `Abd Allah b. Ahmad, al-Hasani al-Shafi`i.
- Wafa al-Wafa, or Wafa al-Wafa bi akhbar Dar al-Mustafa, in four volumes. In this book he intended to gather in it everything connected to the city of Medina, currently in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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