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Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn al-Mundhir al-Naysaburi
|Born||855 CE (241 AH)|
|Died||930 CE (318 AH)|
Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn al-Mundhir al-Naysaburi (Arabic: أبو بكر محمد بن إبراهيم بن المنذر بن الجارود النيسابوري) was a student of Shafi'i scholar al-Rabi' ibn Sulayman who was in turn a direct student of al-Shafi'i. He would later reach the level of ijtihad but with little exception ascribe to the legal opinions of al-Shafi'i.
- before reaching the level of ijtihad
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- Lucas, Scott (2007). "ABU BAKR IBN AL-MUNDHIR, AMPUTATION, AND THE ART OF IJTIHAD". International Journal of Middle East Studies. 39: 351–68.
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