Ibrahim b. Hashim al-Qummi
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|Ibrahim b. Hashim al-Qummi|
|Full Name||Ibrahim b. Hashim Abu Ishaq al-Kufi al-Qummi|
|Companion of||Imam al-Jawad (a)|
|Wellknown Relatives||'Ali b. Ibrahim al-Qummi, Ishaq b. Ibrahim al-Qummi|
|Place of Birth||Kufa|
|Place(s) of Residence||Kufa, Qom|
|Professors||Safwan b. Yahya, Muhammad b. Abi 'Umayr, ...|
|Students||'Ali b. Ibrahim, 'Abd Allah b. Ja'far al-Himyari, ...|
|Works||Kitab al-nawadir, Kitab al-qadaya li Amir al-Mu'minin (a)|
Ibrāhīm b. Hāshim al-Qummī (Arabic:ابراهیم بن هاشم القمّی) was a Shi'a jurist (faqih) and narrator (muhaddith) who spread the hadith of Kufa school of narration in Qom. He is the father of 'Ali b. Ibrahim (whose exegesis is very famous).
Ibrahim b. Hashim Abu Ishaq al-Kufi al-Qummi was born in Kufa and later moved to Qom. He was the first narrator who spread the hadith of Kufa school of narration in Qom. He is the father of 'Ali b. Ibrahim (whose exegesis is very famous).
Although al-Kashshi counted him as a companion of Imam al-Rida (a) and a pupil of Yunus b. 'Abd al-Rahman, al-Najashi doubted this. Sayyid Abu l-Qasim al-Khoei believes that al-Najashi's doubt is reasonable; because he has no direct narration form Imam al-Rida (a) or Yunis b. 'Abd al-Rahman; but he adds that unavailability of a direct narration does not necessarily means that he did not see Imam al-Rida (a). He continues by saying that he was a companion to Imam al-Jawad (a), arguing that he has narrated several hadiths from him directly.
According to al-Khoei's opinion there is no doubt about his reliability. He adds that no other narrator have quoted this number of hadiths (6414) except him.
He also had authored some books, including:
- Kitab al-nawadir
- Kitab al-qadaya li Amir al-Mu'minin (a) (the book of judgments of Amir al-Mu'minin (a))
Some of narrators from whom he narrated hadiths are:
Some of the narrators who narrated hadiths from him are:
- The material of this article is mainly taken from ابراهیم بن هاشم القمی in Farsi WikiShia.