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Identify contributions of Alboacen ?

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Abu al-Hasan Ali Ibn Muhammad Ibn Habib al-Mawardi was born at Basrah in 972 C.E. He was educated at first in Basrah where, after completion of his basic education, he learned Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) from the jurist Abu al-Wahid al-Simari. He then went to Baghdad for advanced studies under Sheikh Abd al-Hamid and Abdallah al-Baqi. His proficiency in jurisprudence Ethics, Political science and literature proved useful in securing a respectable career for him. After his initial appointment as Qadi (Judge), he was gradually promoted to higher offices, till he became the Chief Justice at Baghdad. The Abbasid Caliph al-Qaim bi Amr Allah appointed him as his roving ambassador and sent him to a number of countries as the head of special missions. In this capacity he played a key role in establishing harmonious relations between the declining Abbasid Caliphate and the rising powers of Buwahids and Seljukes. He was favoured with rich gifts and tributes by most Sultans of the time. He was s ...more
Answered by Quest, 22 Oct '12 08:57 pm

 
  
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Abu al-Hasan al-Mawardi 972 (Alboacen) Political Science, Sociology, Jurisprudence, Ethics.
Answered by iqbal seth, 25 Oct '12 06:56 am

 
  
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Abu al-Hasan Ali Ibn Muhammad Ibn Habib al-Mawardi
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Abu al-Hasan al-Mawardi 972 (Alboacen) Political Science, Sociology, Jurisprudence, Ethics.
Answered by jameel ahmed, 23 Oct '12 04:58 pm

 
  
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