Mohammed al-Baydhaq
Mohammed abu Bakr ibn Ali al Sanhaji al Baydhaq (died after 1164) was a companion of Ibn Tumart and chronicler of the Almohads. Al Baydhaq (meaning pawn) was his nickname, because he was small in sta...
Mohammed ibn Qasim al-Tamimi
Al-Tamimi, in full Abu Abd Allah Mohammed ibn Qasim ibn Abd ar-Rahman ibn al-Karim al-Tamimi al-Fasi, (born 1140/5, died 1207/8) was a Moroccan hadith scholar and biographer, author of Al-Mustafad fi ...
Abd as-Salam ibn Mashish al-Alami
ʻAbd al-Salām ibn Mashīsh al-ʻAlamī (Arabic: عبد السلام بن مشيش العلمي‎) (also spelled Ibn Bashīsh, Ibn Manish, Ibn Machich, Ben Mshish) was a Sufi saint who lived during the reign of the Al...
Ali ibn Harzihim
For the teacher of Ash-Shadhili see Abu Abdallah ibn HarzihimSidi Ali ibn Harzihim or Abul Hasan Ali ibn Ismail ibn Mohammed ibn Abdallah ibn Harzihim/Hirzihim (also: Sidi Hrazem or Sidi Harazim) wa...
Abu Jafar ibn Atiyya
Abu Jafar ibn Atiyya (died 1158) was a writer and vizier who served four Almohad sultans. He produced a manual for writing official letters which continued to be adopted in both Al-Andalus and the Mag...
Al-Suhayli
Sidi Abu al-Qasim Abd al-Rahman b. Abd Allah al-Suhayli (1114 – 1185), was born in Al-Andalus, Fuengirola (formerly called Suhayl) and died in Marrakesh. He is one of the seven saints of that c...
Abu Bakr al-Hassar
Al-Hassar or Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Abdallah ibn Ayyash al-Hassar was a Muslim mathematician from Morocco, living in the 12th century. He is the author of two books Kitab al-bayan wat-tadhkar (Book of ...
Abu Mohammed Saleh al-Majiri
Abu Mohammed Salih (also Silih) or Abu Mohammed Saleh ibn Yansaran Said ibn Gafiyan al-Doukkali al-Magri (sometimes spelled al-Majiri) (1153–1234) was a Sufi leader from Morocco and one of the success...
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Zechariah Aghmati
Zechariah ben Judah Aghmati (Hebrew: זכריה אגמאתי‎), also spelled Agamati, was a Rabbi and Talmudist who lived from 1120 CE - 1195 CE in Morocco.
R. Zechariah's major contribution was th...
Abu al-Abbas al-Azafi
Abu al-Abbas al-Azafi or in full Abu al-Abbas Ahmad abu Abdallah Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Lakhmi al-Sabti (1162–1236) was a religious and legal scholar and member of the Banu al-Azafi who ruled Ceuta in ...
Joseph ben Judah of Ceuta
Joseph ben Judah of Ceuta (c. 1160–1226) was a Jewish physician and poet, and disciple of Moses Maimonides.It is as an address to Joseph that Maimonides introduces his Guide for the Perplexed.
For...
Abu al-Abbas as-Sabti
Sidi Bel Abbas or Sidi Ahmed abu al-Abbas al-Khazraji as-Sabti (Ceuta 1129 - Marrakesh 1204) is the patron saint of Marrakesh. He is also one of the "Seven Saints" (Sabʿatou Rijal) of the city. His fe...
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