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Been given to collect whatever Was Transmitted Through Atāda transmitted through atāda legal responsa must have corresponded to those of the first ibāḍī authorities which xplains of the first Ibāḍī authorities which xplains the collator of the Awāl atāda probably Abū Ghānim al Khurāsānī included them in an Ibāḍī manuscript The present volume sheds Awāl atāda probably Abū Ghānim al Khurāsānī included them in an Ibāḍī manuscript The present volume sheds on the relationship between the Awāl atāda and Ibāḍī authorities such as al Rabī Abū Ubayda and Jāb. .


The manuscript of the Awāl atāda
"Has Repeatedly Attracted Particular Interest "
repeatedly attracted particular interest modern scholars as it raises uestions concerning the arly development of the Basran community and the mergence of Islamic jurisprudence in Ira It is a uniue document because attests to the xistence of a scholarly link between Sunnīs and Ibāḍīs during the arly development because it attests to the xistence of a scholarly link between Sunnīs and Ibāḍīs during the arly development Islamic law The fact that the legal respo. Nsa and traditions of atāda b Diʿāma al Sadūsī 60680 117735 are part of an Ibāḍī collection in which the traditions of Ibāḍī Imam Jābir B Zayd D 93 Zayd d 93 have been transmitted through ʿAmr b Harim and ʿAmr b Dīnār proves that the Ibāḍī lawyers of the first generations considered atāda to be a faithful upholder of Jābir's doctrine Given the lack of material available for Jābir instructions must have. Early Islamic Law in Basra in the 2nd8th Century