Hariz b. 'Abd Allah al-Sijistani
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|Full Name||Hariz b. 'Abd Allah al-Sijistani|
|Professors||Zurara b. A'yan, Muhammad b. Muslim, ...|
|Works||Kitab al-Salah, Kitab al-Nawadir, ...|
|Engaged in a conflict with the Kharijites|
Ḥarīz b. ʿAbd Allāh al-Sijistānī (Arabic: حَریز بن عَبداللّه السَجِستاني), hadith transmitter and jurist of the 2nd/8th century. Most of his hadiths are quoted from Zurara b. A'yan and Muhammad b. Muslim.
His kunya was Abu Muhammad or Abu 'Abd Allah.
Although Hariz was originally from Kufa, he was more well-known as Sijistani ("of Sistan"), reportedly because of his business in Sistan, which was selling oil.
Hariz was killed in a conflict with the Kharijites in Sistan. He was reproached by Imam al-Sadiq (a) for his engagement in the conflict.
As a Jurist
Hariz's teachers include the following figures:
The following are among his students who quoted hadith from him most:
- Kitab al-Salah
- Kitab al-Nawadir
- Kitab al-Zakat
- Kitab al-Siyam
- The material for writing this article has been mainly taken from حریز بن عبدالله سجستانی in Farsi WikiShia.