This research deals with the biography of the Jerusalemite jurist, traditionist worshipper Abdullah bin Mohayreez Al Jomahi, and his role in public life during the Umayyad era . He was born in Mecca, then emigrated to Palestine in his early youth, and settled in Jerusalem where he learned Quran , tradition ( Hadith ), Jurisprudence until he became one of the famous jurist, traditionists, worshippers and ascetics. Although he didn’t take over any position in the Umayyad state, Ibn Mohayreez contributed effectively in the cultural, political and military life in the Marwanid era, through teaching Jurisprudence and Hadith, offering advice and consultations to Marwanid caliphs ( Abdul Malik and his sons; Waleed and Suleiman ). In the same time he was renowned by his courage in criticizing the caliphate policy represented in civil war and their rulers tyranny upon citizens particularly the policy of Al Hajjaj in Iraq province. He participated regularly in the expeditions against roman empire , and he died while going out to participate in one those expeditions at Famyah in the province of Hems
ابو الرب, هاني
"عبدالله بن محيريز الجمحي القرشي ودوره في الحياة العامة في الدولة الأموية,"
Hebron University Research Journal-B (Humanities) - (مجلة جامعة الخليل للبحوث- ب (العلوم الانسانيه: Vol. 8
, Article 5.
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