مالك بن دينار. مالك بن دينار

He was considered to have led an life himself, and tradition attributed to him several gifts and miracles, including the ability to walk on water Legacy [ ] View of the Malik Deenar Mosque from the gate• He was one of the first known to have come to in order to propagate in the after the departure of King
Malik also seems to have had an appreciation for the Christian religion, and may have even read parts of the for spiritual inspiration in imitating the example of Even though historians do not agree on the exact place of his death, it is widely accepted that he died at Kasaragod and that his relics were buried at the in ,

مالك بن دينار

Ben Cheneb, Algiers 1915-20, 17• " Later scholars ranging from to reproduce "whole hosts" of proverbial sayings from him, which clearly reflect the extent to which Malik continued to influence Sunni thinkers of all types.

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إسلاميات : قصة رائعة... توبة مالك بن دينار
Life [ ] Malik, a preacher and moralist of , made a living as a copyist of the , and seems to have been interested in the question of the various of the scripture
مالك بن دينار: السبب وراء توبته النصوحة
Belonging to the generation of the , Malik is called a reliable traditionalist in Sunni sources, and is said to have transmitted from such authorities as and
Malik Dinar
Malik Deenar Grand Juma Masjid
During his life, Malik had the occasion to follow more or less regularly the teaching of Basran traditionists and mystics as famous as , , and
He was the son of a Persian slave from who became a disciple of He died just before the epidemic of plague which caused considerable ravages in in 748-49 CE, with various traditions placing his death either at 744-45 or 747-48 CE

صحة قصة مالك بن دينار وابنته

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Malik Dinar
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أقوال مالك بن دينار