Ma'bad al-Juhani

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Ma'bad ibn Kalid al-Juhani معبد الجهني (died 80 AH/ 699CE[1]), was from the tribe of Juhainah which lived and still live in around the city of Medinah in Saudi Arabia. He was Qadari, an idea he got from Sinbuya, and was declared as misguided by some of the companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[citation needed] He was crucified by the orders of the Caliph Abd al-Malik in Damascus. He was the first man, after Sinbuya, who discussed the Qadr (Divine Decree).[2]

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