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Ali ibn Ziyad

Muslim jurist
Ali ibn Ziyad at-Tarabulsi al-Tunisi al-'Absi
Title Ali ibn Ziyad
Born Unknown
Tripoli, Muhallabid Dynasty, Abbasid Caliphate
Died 799 CE (183 AH)
Tunis, Muhallabid Dynasty, Abbasid Caliphate
Era Abbasid Caliphate
Region Medina and Tunis
Religion Islam
Jurisprudence Maliki
Main interest(s) Fiqh

Ali ibn Ziyad at-Tarabulsi al-Tunisi al-'Absi (d. 799 CE) (183 AH) (Arabic: علي بن زياد الطرابلسي التونسي العبسي‎), more commonly referred to in Islamic scholarship as Ali ibn Ziyad or Imam al-Tarabulsi, was an 8th-century CE Tunisian Muslim jurist from Tripoli. Ibn Ziyad was an important early scholar of the Maliki school of Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh) and a companion of Imam Malik. Ali ibn Ziyad was responsible for bringing the Muwatta of Imam Malik to Ifriqiya.[1] He died in 799 CE and is buried in the remains of the Silsila Cemetery in the Qasba quarter of Tunis's medina (old-town).

References

  1. ^ Nasir ud-Deen Muhammad al-Sharif, Al-Jawahir al-Ikliliya fi A'yaan 'Ulama Libya min al-Malikiyya (Amman: Dar al-Bayareeq, 1999), 40.


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