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Muhammad al-Zurqani

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Muhammad al-Zurqani
Born1645 [1]
Died1710 [1]
EraColonial era
SchoolMaliki

Muhammad al-Zurqani (1645–1710 CE [1][2]) (Arabic: محمد الزرقاني‎) was a Sunni Maliki Islamic scholar.

Name

His full name was Imam [3] Abu-Abd-Allah "Ibn Fujlah" [1] Muḥammad ibn ʻAbd al-Bāqī al-Azhari al-Zurqānī al-Maliki.[4]

Biography

He was the son of Abd al-Baqi al-Zurqani and is the annotator of al-Mawahib al-Ladunniyyah, and the commentator on the Muwatta`.[1]

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