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Ibn Berri is the sheikh, and the scholar Ali bin Muhammad bin Ali bin Muhammad bin Al-Hussein Al-Rabbati, nicknamed Abu Al-Hassan, and nicknamed Ibn Barri, was born in the town of Taza, located in the Far Maghreb, around the year six hundred and sixty AH. Ibn Berry specialized in various sciences, including: the science of readings, language, jurisprudence, hadith, interpretation, statutes, presentations, and grammar, and devoted his life to seeking knowledge and benefiting from it until he died – may God have mercy on him – in the year seven hundred and thirty-first. In the town where he was born (Taza), it is said that he was buried in the city of Fez.[1]

Ibn Berri’s scientific and practical life

Ibn Berri began seeking knowledge in the town in which he was born, and studied under his father, and showed an interest in linguistics; He studied the sciences of the Noble Qur’an, grammar, jurisprudence, literature, and hadith, and mastered these sciences at the hands of the great sheikhs of his time, such as: Sheikh Malik bin Abdul Rahman bin Ali, Sheikh Ahmed bin Ibrahim bin Al-Zubayr, and Sheikh Ali bin Suleiman Al-Qurtubi. Then he went to teach the people of knowledge. And literature, such as: Al-Qadi Al-Tarjali, the scholar Amr bin Ahmed Al-Fashtali, and Ibn Al-Ashab Al-Tazi, and he also worked in the court of Sultan Abu Saeed Al-Marini, and became a teacher and clerk for his son, and remained in the Sultan’s court until his death.[2]

Attributes of Ibn Berri and his attributes

Ibn Berri was an example to the expanding world in his knowledge; Where his talents were numerous, and he mastered the sciences of the Noble Qur’an, and excelled in various aspects of sciences and arts, as well as good calligraphy, and possessed a simple and smooth style of explanation and teaching, and he was a great and virtuous person according to the testimony of scholars.[2]

Works by Ibn Berri

Before his death, Ibn Berri wrote many books that included various arts and sciences, the most important of which are listed below:[3]

  • In the Qur’an and its sciences, including: Arjouzat al-Durar al-Luami’ in the origin of Imam Nafi’’s reciter, Kitab al-Turr ‘ala al-Durar, and Kitab al-Qanun in the narration of Warsh and Qaloon.
  • In jurisprudence, including: an explanation of the politeness in abbreviating the blog, a brief composition in the documents, an explanation of the poem of the obligations, and others.
  • In literature, including: The Book of Picking the Flowers and Picking the Fruits, a Brief Explanation of Al-Wancharisi on Maqamat Al-Hariri, Al-Kafi fi Al-Adarat and Rhymes, and others.

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  1. ↑ Al-Hajj Suleiman bin Amar Melody (2004 AD), Al-Mukhtasar Al-Jami’, Sharh Al-Durar Al-Lawa’i in the Origin of the Residence of Imam Al-Nafi’, Beirut: Dar Ibn Hazm, p. 9-10. act.
  2. ^ AB Ferdous Zaid (2015 AD), Matn Al-Durar Al-Luami’ and the Efforts of Scholars in His Service, Algeria-Valley: University of the Martyr Hama Lakhdar, p.19-21. act.
  3. ↑ Dr. Al-Salem Muhammad Mahmoud Ahmad Al-Jakni, The Origins of Nafi` Reading Between Al-Shatibi and Ibn Berri, Medina: The Islamic University Journal, p. 119-120. act.

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