Hasan al-Basri


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Hasan al-Basri

(hæˈsæn æl ˈbæzrɪ)
n
(Biography) died 728 ad, Muslim religious thinker
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The second volume begins with Ess concluding his treatment of Basra with such discussions as Hasan al-Basri and his spiritual successors, the early Mu'tazilla, and the Jazira.
102) has most convincingly shown that Hasan al-Basri had ample opportunity of receiving spiritual instruction from 'Ali.
It is perhaps not surprising to note that the most frequent proper name in the Tafsir is Ibn Abbas (nearly six columns, or three pages), after whom come, in roughly this order of frequency: al-Zajjaj, al-Zamakhshari, al-Shafi i, Abet Hanifa, Abd al-Jabbar, Hasan al-Basri, Muqatil, Mujahid, al-Qaffal, and Qatada.
Hasan Al-Basri said: "Verily, Allah lets (a person) enjoy a blessing for as long as He wills.