Ibn Rajab

Imam Ibn Rajab(Arabic:￘ᄃ￙ナ￘ᄃ￙ナ ￘ᄃ￘ᄄ￙ニ ￘ᄆ￘ᆲ￘ᄄ), of the Hanbali school of Islam thought, is considered one of the foremost authorities of prophetic tradition (hadith) of the 14th century CE. There is little of his writing in English, except prominently a commentary on one hadith of the prophet which said, "The scholars are the heirs of the Prophets." See The Heirs of the Prophets, by Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali, Introduction and Translation by Zaid Shakir, Starlatch Press, 2001.

Personal details

Date of birth
Date of death
1392 at age of 57
Places lived
Baghdad , Iraq
pop. 7,216,040 (2011)
Damascus , Syria
pop. 1,711,000 (2009)


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