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Wahb ibn Munabbih

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. 'Wahb ibn Munabbih' (Arabic , وهب بن منبه )was a Muslim traditionist of Dhimar (two days' journey from Sanaa) in Yemen; died at the age of ninety, in a year variously given by Arabic authorities as 725, 728, 732, and 737 C.E.He is counted among the Tabi‘in and narrated Isra'iliyat .Hi full name was Abu 'Abd Allah al-Ṣana'ani al-Dhimari or Wahb ibn Munabbih ibn Kamil ibn Sirajud-Din Dhee Kibaar Abu-Abdullah al-Yamani al-San'ani[citation needed]. On his father's side he was descended from Persian knights, while his mother was a Himyarite.His father, whose name was Munabbih ibn Kamil, had been converted to Islam in the lifetime of the Prophet, although a single authority, the "Al-Tibr al-Masluk" (ed. 1306 A.H., p. 41), states that Wahb himself had turned from Judaism to Islam. His other biographers, however, including Al-Nawawi and Ibn Challikan, do not note that he was a Jew either in race or in religion. The fact that he was well versed in Jewish traditions, on which he wrote much, probably gave rise to the statement that he was a Jew, although he might have acquired his knowledge from his teacher Ibn 'Abbas .
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Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken
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Pédagogie sociale, Travail social
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Munabbih Ibn Kamil, Tabi‘in, Yemen, Muslim, Isra''iliyat, Himyarite, Al-Nawawi, Ibn Challikan

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