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Ibn Farḥūn al-Mālikī—full name; Ibrāhīm b. ‘Alī b. M. Ibn Farḥūn, Burhān al-Dīn al-Ya’marī al-Andalusī al-Mālikī (Arabic: إبراهيم بن علي بن محمد، ابن فرحون، برهان الدين اليعمري‎) (ca.1358 - 1397) was an Arab Mālikī faqīh (jurist) of Medina. born into a prominent Arab family that traced its descent to Quraysh. He traveled to Egypt, Levant (Syria) and Jerusalem. In 1390 he returned to Medina, where he professed adherence to Maliki Islam and became qāḍa (judge). His principal biographer, Aḥmad Bābā attributes eight books to him. Only two MSS have been published, while three are lost.

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  • Ibn Farḥūn al-Mālikī—full name; Ibrāhīm b. ‘Alī b. M. Ibn Farḥūn, Burhān al-Dīn al-Ya’marī al-Andalusī al-Mālikī (Arabic: إبراهيم بن علي بن محمد، ابن فرحون، برهان الدين اليعمري‎) (ca.1358 - 1397) was an Arab Mālikī faqīh (jurist) of Medina. born into a prominent Arab family that traced its descent to Quraysh. He traveled to Egypt, Levant (Syria) and Jerusalem. In 1390 he returned to Medina, where he professed adherence to Maliki Islam and became qāḍa (judge). His principal biographer, Aḥmad Bābā attributes eight books to him. Only two MSS have been published, while three are lost.
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  • Maliki history, biography and fiqh
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  • Al-dībāj al-mudhhab fī ma‘rifat a‘yān ‘ulamā’ al-madhhab; Tabṣirat al-ḥukkām fī uṣūl al-aqḍiya wa-manāhij al-aḥkām
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  • Ibrāhīm ibn ‘Alī ibn Muḥammad, Ibn Farḥūn, Burhanuddin al-Amari.
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  • Ibn Farḥūn al-Mālikī—full name; Ibrāhīm b. ‘Alī b. M. Ibn Farḥūn, Burhān al-Dīn al-Ya’marī al-Andalusī al-Mālikī (Arabic: إبراهيم بن علي بن محمد، ابن فرحون، برهان الدين اليعمري‎) (ca.1358 - 1397) was an Arab Mālikī faqīh (jurist) of Medina. born into a prominent Arab family that traced its descent to Quraysh. He traveled to Egypt, Levant (Syria) and Jerusalem. In 1390 he returned to Medina, where he professed adherence to Maliki Islam and became qāḍa (judge). His principal biographer, Aḥmad Bābā attributes eight books to him. Only two MSS have been published, while three are lost.
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