Ali ibn al-Qattan

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Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Mohammed ibn al-Qattan al-Fasi (died 1231) was an imam, a hadith scholar and one of the leading intellectuals of the time of the Almohad dynasty in Morocco.[1] He was born in Cordoba and lived in Fes. He is the author of Kitab al-nazar fi ahkam al-nazar bi-hassat al-basar[2] and Bayan al-Wahm wa al-iham al-waqi'in fi kitab al-ahkam.[3]


  1. ^ Eric Chaumont, "La notion de 'awra selon abu l-hasan 'alî b. muhammad b. al-qattân al-fâsî (m. 628/1231)" (trl. The concept of 'awra according to abû l-hasan 'all b. muhammad al-qattan al-fasi (d. 628/1231), in: Revue du monde musulman et de la Méditerranée, 2006, no113-14, pp. 109-123 (Le corps et le sacré en Orient musulman)
  2. ^ ed. 1996 in Beyrouth-Casablanca ref. in: Maghen, Ze'ev, "See No Evil: Morality and Methodology in Ibn Al-qattan al-Fasi's Ahkam al-nazar bi-Hassat al-Basar" in: Islamic Law and Society, Vol. 14, No. 3. (2007), pp. 342-390
  3. ^ ed. al-Huasayn Ayat Said, 5 vols (Riad: Dar al-Tayba, 1997 ref. in:Jonathan A. C. Brown, The canonization of al-Bukhārī, BRILL, 2007, passim
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