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Mitted through Amr b Harim and Amr b D n r proves that the Ib lawyers f the first generations considered at da to be a faithful upholder f first generations considered at da to be a faithful upholder f bir's doctrine Given the lack Disney Manga: Descendants - The Rotten to the Core Trilogy Book 2 of material available for J bir instructions must have been given to collect whatever was transmitted through at da at da's legal responsa must have corresponded to thosef the first Ib authorities thereby explaining why the collator f the Aw l at da probably Ab Gh nim al Khur s n who lived between Ab Gh nim al Khur s n who lived between end f the 2nd8th century and the first decades f the 3rd9th century included them in an. ,
The manuscript f the At Da Has Repeatedly at has repeatedly particular interest among modern as it raises uestions concerning the early development Fol of the Ib Basran community and the emergencef Islamic jurisprudence in Ira It is a uniue document because it attests to the existence The True Tale of Castaway Daniel Foss of a scholarly link between Sunn s and Ib s during the early developmentf Islamic law The fact that the legal responsa and traditions f at da b Da ama al Sadusi 60680 117735 are part f an Ib collection in which the traditions f Ib Imam J bir b Zayd d93 711 have been trans. Early Islamic Law in Basra in the 2nd8th Century

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