Thawr ibn Yazid

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Abu Khalid Thawr ibn Yazid ibn Ziyad al-Kula'i, died 770 AD, was an islamic scholar of the 8th century. He lived in Jerusalem after being thrown out of Homs because of his opinions. He was in conflict with Malik ibn Anas and had been accused of belonging to the Qadariyya school.

His tomb is in Tripoli, Lebanon.

External references[edit]

Moshe Gil, A history of Palestine, 634-1099, page 281-282