Ibn Abdul-Bar Qurtabi (463 AH) is considered one of the important biographers of the fifth century Hijri. His book " Al-Durar fī Ikhtāṣār Al-Maghāzī wa al-Sīar" is still important for the moderns as a source of biography. In the land of Andalus, he is among the leading authors of biography and Mughazi. While he is a biographer, you are also a high-level muhaddith. He has been remembered with the title of Hafiz- al-Maghrib. This is a title that is given to the expert of hadith, Hafiz and such a person who has reached the level of perfection in knowledge and morals. We also find some different interventions of Allama Ibn-e- Abdul-Barr. Regarding those who are said to be Ibn Abdul-Barr's distinctions, they have opposed the famous view and have given their opinion in this context. What is it? The uniqueness that Ibn_e_ Abudul-Bar created in his biography is his particular brevity and comprehensiveness, but at the same time, we also find some of Allama Ibn-e- Abdul-bar's different comments in the context of his biography. Since these views are of a high-level and Jalil-ul-Qadr scholar of jurisprudence and hadith, they carry great weight even if they differ from the common and popular opinion. These same thoughts of him are called your peculiarities, but if the knowledge base is seen in the hadith and rulings of Ibn Abdul-Barr, these unique thoughts appear to be his characteristics instead of his peculiarities. Among these differences, there is a difference regarding the initial verses of the Revelation, whether the first five verses of Surah Al-Alaq or Surah Mudassar were revealed first. What has been stated is the second tafard regarding the priority of Hazrat Aisha in accepting Islam. In this too, Ibn-e- Abdul-Bar has a different opinion and says that she is among the first to accept Islam. . In this way, Hazrat Ayesha's age at the time of her birth is about 4 years, while the well-known opinion is that she married in Medina at the age of 9. The third difference is related to the obligation of fasting in Ramadan has taken an opinion different from the popular view. It is a popular view that fasting became obligatory in the eighteenth month of Hijrah, but Ibn Abdul-Barr says that fasting became obligatory before the change of Qibla in the first year of Hijrah. The fourth distinction is regarding the conquest of Khyber, whether this victory was by anger or by peace. Ibn Abdul-Barr has taken a different opinion than the popular opinion. It is not true that victory was achieved through peace. The fifth difference is about the occurrence of Banu Mustalaq. The popular opinion is that this ghazwa took place in 5 Hijri, but Ibn-e- Abdul-Barr says that ghazwa Mustaliq took place in 6 Hijri, in the month of Shaban. The sixth distinction is related to the Ghazwah of Qarqara-ul-Kadar and Ghazwah of Suwayq. Most of the biographers are of the opinion that these are two different Ghazwat, but Ibn-e- Abdul-Barr considers both of them to be one Ghazwah.
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