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Abū ʿAbdallāh Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥājj al-ʿAbdarī l-Mālikī l-Fāsī l-Tilimsānī Date of Birth: Before 1258-59 Place of Birth: Maghreb Date of Death: 1336-37 Place of Death: Cairo Ibn al-Ḥājj al- ʿAbdarī was a Mālikī jurist from Fez who settled in Cairo, perhaps in the 1280s. His

In: Christian Muslim Relations Online I
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Abū ʿAbdallāh Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥājj al-ʿAbdarī l-Mālikī l-Fāsī l-Tilimsānī Date of Birth: Before 1258-59 Place of Birth: Maghreb Date of Death: 1336-37 Place of Death: Cairo

in Christian Muslim Relations Online I
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wrote fatwā s defining and clarifying matters of doctrine as part of a process of Mālikī renewal. 2 The fatwā under investigation, written by the Cordoban jurist and judge, Abū ʿAbd Allāh Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn al-Ḥājj (d. 529/1134), addressed church-building in the Maghrib during Almoravid rule (c

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imposing the alms-tax on merchandise: Ibn al-Ḥājj al-ʿAbdarī’s (d. 737/1336) Madkhal, a lengthy treatise on public morality, or ḥisba . Ibn al-Ḥājj was a Mālikī from the Islamic West but this text was not primarily intended for specialists in Mālikī law, or even high court judges and hadith masters

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Al-madkhal‘Introduction to the sublime law of the four legal schools’ Ibn al-Ḥājj al-ʿAbdarī Date: October-November 1331 Original Language: Arabic Al-madkhal is a large and wide-ranging book of more than 1,200 pages across four volumes in the printing of Maktabat Dār al-Turāth in Cairo. Ibn al-Ḥajj

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, the so-called samāʿ , came down fast and furious according to Ibn al-Ḥājj (d. 737/1336), a Cairo-based Maliki jurist who later cited the event as a case study for his own verdict against music. The Shafiʿis called it “a disgusting distraction” ( lahw makrūh ); the Malikis recommended the expulsion of

In: Light upon Light: Essays in Islamic Thought and History in Honor of Gerhard Bowering
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all by the same Ibn al-Ḥād̲j̲d̲j̲. (J.F.P. Hopkins) Bibliography J. F. P. Hopkins, An Andalusian poet of the fourteenth century : Ibn al-Ḥājj , in BSOAS , xxiv (1961), 57-64.

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) Bibliography J. F. P. Hopkins, An Andalusian poet of the fourteenth century: Ibn al-Ḥājj , dans BSOAS , XXIV (1961), 57-64.

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Al-madkhal ‘Introduction to the sublime law of the four legal schools’ Ibn al-Ḥājj al-ʿAbdarī Date: October-November 1331 Original Language: Arabic Description

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© Wikimedia Commons 3 Two Views from the Mamluk Period: al-Qalqashandi and Ibn al-Hajj Having introduced the pre-Mamluk history of paper, I now draw on sources that look at administrative and scholarly perspectives of paper as a writing surface in an environment where its

In: Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication