[EPUB] Early Islamic Law in Basra in the 2nd8th Century BY Abdulrahman Al–Salimi – cheapugg.us
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with those of an Ib authority al Rab Ubayda J bir Ab Gh nim probably related the Aw l those of an Ib authority al Rab Ab Ubayda J bir Ab Gh nim probably related the Aw l al Rab b ab b as proved by the expression wa addathan bi h h al Rab which we find on occasion in the manuscripts This explains why the Aw l preserves also responsa from al Rab in sections II III and IV and traditions related by al Rab from Ab Ubayda and J bir mainly in sections I and II. ,
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