Muhammad Abu Khubza

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Abu Uways
Born Muhammad Abu Khubza al-Hasani
July 30, 1932
Tétouan, Morocco
Nationality Moroccan
Ethnicity Arab
Religion Islam
Denomination Sunni

Abu Uways Muhammad Abu Khubza al-Hassani or Abū Khubzah al-Maghrabī. (born 1932)[1][not in citation given] is a Muslim theologian, jurist, bibliographer and linguist from Morocco. His name has variantly been spelled "Bukhabza," "Boukhabza," Bu Khabza," and "Bu Khubza."

Life[edit]

Abu Khubza was born on the 26th of Rabi' al-awwal in the year 1351 according to the Islamic calendar, corresponding to the 30th of July in 1932 Gregorian.[1][not in citation given]

Works[edit]

Abu Khubza is a bibliographer and writer, having produced a detailed library catalog for the Tétouan branch of the Bibliothèque Générale et Archives, Morocco's national library.[2] In addition to his catalog, Abu Khubza has written works on topics ranging from Islamic law to the syntax of the Arabic language.[citation needed]

Original works[edit]

  • Fihris makhtutat khizana titwan. Tétouan: 1984. 2 vols. With al-Mahdi al-Daliru.[2]

Edited works[edit]

  • Ibn al-Arabi, Siraj al-muhtadin fi adab al-salihin. Tétouan: Manshurat Jam'iyyat al-Ba'th al-Islami, 1992.[3]
  • Tirmidhi, Aridat al-ahwadhi bi sharh sahih al-Tirmidhi. Beirut: Dar al-Kutub al-'Ilmiyya, 1997. 8 vols.[3]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ a b International Institute for Counter-Terrorism report, 1 January 2012.
  2. ^ a b Jonathan Glustrom Katz, Dreams, Sufism, and Sainthood: The Visionary Career of Muhammad Al-Zawâwî, pg. 205. Leiden: Brill Publishers, 1996.
  3. ^ a b The Transmission and Dynamics of the Textual Sources of Islam: Essays in Honor of Harald Motzki, pg. 83. Eds. Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort, Kees Versteegh and Joas Wagemakers. Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2011.