Bishr

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Muhammad Ibn Abd Al-Wahhab - Sources
... al-Afkar wal-Afham or Tarikh Najd (History of Najd) and Ibn Bishr's Unwan al-Majd fi Tarikh Najd ... Ibn Bishr's chronicle, which stops at the year 1854, was written a generation later than Ibn Ghannam's, but is considered valuable partly because Ibn Bishr was a native of Najd and because he adds ... However, unlike Ibn Ghannam and Ibn Bishr, its author did not live in Najd and his work is believed to contain some apocryphal and legendary material with respect to the details of Ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhab ...
Abbad Ibn Bishr
... Abbad ibn Bishr (Arabic عباد بن بشر‎) (c.606–632) was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad ... the Ansar whom no one could excel in virtue Sad ibn Muadh, Usayd ibn Khudayr, and Abbad ibn Bishr." In 625 (4 years after hijra), Muhammad received news that the Najd ... In preemption, he assembled a detachment of over four hundred men including Abbad ibn Bishr ...
Montaza, Alexandria - Montaza District
... its name, Montaza District includes the neighborhoods of Syouf, al-Falaky, al-Mandarah, Sidi Bishr, Maamoura, Khurshid, Abu Qir and parts of al-Assafra ... District central administration building is in Sidi Bishr, at the intersection of Masgid Sidi Bishr and Malak Hefni Streets, near the Sidi Bishr station for Alexandria's intra-city rail system ...
Herman Of Carinthia - Astrology and Astronomy
... the sixth book of an astrological treatise Liber sextus astronomie by the Jewish writer Sahl ibn Bishr ... Sahl ibn Bishr had been writing in the Greek astrological tradition ... Ibn Bishr's first five books were preserved in the translation of John of Seville (Johannes Hispanus) (circa 1090 – circa 1150) ...
Bishr The Barefoot
... Bishr ibn Hareth, better known as Bishr the Barefoot, was a Muslim saint born near Merv in 767 C.E ... Bishr then devoted his life to God and became famous as one of the greatest saints in the area ...