Ibn Nuhaas

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Ibn-Nuhaas Known as Abi Zakaryya Al Dimashqi al Dumyati (d.814 AH (1411 CE)

He was a scholar and mujahid from the past and was mentioned by the great scholar, Hafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalaani by the following words, “He was inseparable from jihaad in the front line of Dumyat, and this is a perfect and excellent quality”.[1]

Other Scholars commentary on Ibn Nuhaas

  • As-Sakhaawy states: “He strove in doing good, and preferred obscurity,he did not become proud because of his knowledge, on the contrary maybe those who did not know him would think him to be a commoner, with hispleasant appearance, beautiful beard, stocky and even body, he participated much in ribaat and jihad until he was martyred”[2]
  • Abu Imaad States: “The sheikh, the Imam, the scholar and the example” During the year of 814 AH (1411 CE) the enemy attacked the people of At-Teenah, a village in Egypt, and the people of Dumyat marched to their help, the most notable of them being Ibn-Nuhaas. There then flared an immense battle between the two sides and Ibn-Nuhaas was killed whilst attacking the enemy not fleeing.

His Works

  • Mashari Al-Ashwaq Ila Masari Al-Ushaaq Wa Mutheer Al-Gharaam Ila Daar Assalaam - The Book of Jihad [1]

References

  1. Author of Fathul Baari, the best explanation of Al-Bukhari’s collection of saheeh ahadeeth.
  2. One of Ibn Hajr’s most notable students.
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