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Nafi Mawla Ibn Umar information

Nafi bin Sarjis Abu Abdullah ad-Dailami
Diedc. 735 or 736
Medina, Umayyad Caliphate
Notable work(s)Golden chain of narrations in Hadith
  • Ulama
  • Teacher
Muslim leader
Disciple ofIbn Umar
Influenced by
  • Abdullah ibn Umar, Abu Sa'id al-Khudri
  • Malik ibn Anas, Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri, Ayyub as-Sakhtiyani

Nafi bin Sarjis Abu Abdullah ad-Dailami (Arabic: نافع بن سارجيس أبو عبد الله الديلمي), also known as Nafi` Mawla ibn `Umar (Arabic: نافع مولى بن عمر), was a scholar of Fiqh jurisprudence and muhaddith from the Tabiun generation who resided in Medina.[1]He was a student of Ibn Umar.

  1. ^ Khallikan 1843, p. 521.

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