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Personal Information
Full Name Miqdad b. 'Abd Allah b. Muhammad al-Hilli al-Suyyuri
Well-Known As Fadil Miqdad
Lineage Bani Asad
Residence Hilla
Death 1423
Burial Place Najaf(Iraq)
Scholarly Information
Professors Al-Shahid al-Awwal
Students Abu l-Hasan 'Ali b. Hillal al-Jaza'iri, Ibn Qattan
Works Irshad al-talibin ila nahj al-mustarshidin,Kanz al-'Irfan fi fiqh al-Quran,Al-Nafi' yawm al-hashr fi sharh al-bab al-hadi 'Ashr,Al-Tanqih al-ra'i' fi sharh mukhtasar al-nafi',...

Miqdad b. 'Abd Allah b. Muḥammad al-Ḥilli al-Suyyuri (d. 826\1423) was a Shi'a jurist and theologian, known as Fadil Miqdad. He was born to a family from Bani Asad tribe in Suyyur, a village of Hilla, Iraq. After passing scholarly levels and obtaining spiritual virtues, he moved to Najaf, and stayed there to the end of his life. Al-Shahid al-Awwal was one of his most famous students. Abu al-Hasan 'Ali b. Hillal al-Jaza'iri, Shaykh Muhammad b. Shuja' Qattan known as Ibn Qattan, and Hasan b. Rashid al-Hilli were among his students.

Biography

Abu 'Abd Allah Miqdad b. Muhammad b. Husayn b. Muhammad al-Suyuri al-Hilli al-Asadi al-Gharawi, known as Fadil Miqdad and Fadil Suyyuri was one of the great personalities of Shi’a and expert in both intellectual and narrative sciences. He was a notable jurist and a worthful theologian. Biographers who wrote about him admired and praised him.

Although, he had a high status among Shi’a scholars, and his books were very common in various fields; not much have been reported from his life. What has been reported is that he was a resident of Suyyur (a village of Hilla, Iraq); he was from Bani Asad tribe and lived in Iraq; when Al-Shahid al-Awwal immigrated to Najaf, he attended his classes; he passed away in 826\1423 and was buried in Najaf.[1]

Students

  • Abu l-Hasan 'Ali b. Hillal al-Jaza'iri
  • Shaykh Shams al-Din Muhammad b. Shuja' Qattan al-Ansari al-Hilli, known as Ibn Qattan author of the book Ma'alim al-Din fi Fiqh Al Yasin
  • Radi al-Din 'Abd al-Malik b. Shams al-Din Ishaq b. 'Abd al-Malik b. Muhammad b. Muhammad b. Fathan Hafiz al-Qummi
  • Shaykh Zayn al-Din 'Ali b. Hasan b. 'Alali
  • Shaykh Hasan b. Rashid al-Hilli[2]

Works

Notes

  1. Fadil Miqdad, Kanz al-'irfan, preface, p.4-5
  2. Fadil Miqdad, Kanz al-'irfan, preface, p.8-9
  3. Fadil Miqdad, Kanz al-'irfan, preface, p.10-14

References

  • Da'ira al-ma'arif tashayyu' . Intisharat Hikmat, 1390
  • Fadil Miqdad, Kanz al-'irfan fi fiqh al-Qur'an, Tehran: Intisharat Murtadawi, 1369

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