Ibn Humaid

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Abdullah Ibn Humaid, (1908–1981) also known as Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Humaid was the Chief Justice of Saudi Arabia and Imam of the Great Mosque of Mecca. He was succeeded as Great Mosque imam by his son Salih bin Abdullah al Humaid (1947-).[1]

He is the author of Jihad in the Quran and Sunnah,[2] which praises Jihad as "one deed which is very great in comparison to all the acts of worship and all the good deed[s]".[3]

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