Nafi ibn al-Harith
Nāfi‘ ibn Al-Ḥārith ibn Kaladah ath-Thaqafī (Arabic: نَـافِـع ابْـن الْـحَـارِث ابْـن كَـلَـدة الـثَّـقَـفِي) (died 13 AH / 634 – 635 CE)) was an Arab physician of the Banu Thaqif. He was recommended by Muhammad, and treated Sa`d ibn Abi Waqqas and Abu Bakr. When the latter was he was dying, he designated his illness as poisoning.
Life and career
He was half brother of Nufay ibn al-Harith (also known as Abu Bakra bin Kalada al-Thaqafi at-Thaifi).
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