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Umar bin al-Hasan bin Ali bin Muhammad bin al-Jamil bin Farah bin Khalaf bin Qumis bin Mazlal bin Malal bin Badr bin Dihyah bin Farwah, better known as Ibn Dihya al-Kalbi (Arabic: ابن دحية الكلبي‎) was a Moorish scholar of both the Arabic language and Islamic studies, and member of the Ahl al-Bayt. He preferred to be called Abu al-Khattab, though at various times he was also referred to as Ibn al-Jumayyil, Majd al-Din, Abu al-Fadl or simply Ibn Dihya.

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  • ابن دحية الكلبي
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  • ابن دحية الكلبي (544-633) هو أبو الخطاب عمر بن الحسن بن علي بن محمد بن الجميل بن فرح بن خلف بن قومس بن مزلال بن ملال بن بدر بن دحية بن فروة الكلبي ، المعروف بذي النسبين الأندلسي البلنسي الحافظ . أما أمه فهي امة الرحمن بنت أبي عبد الله بن أبي البسام موسى بن عبد الله بن الحسين بن جعفر بن علي بن محمد بن علي بن موسى بن جعفر بن محمد بن علي بن الحسين بن علي بن أبي طالب، فلهذا كان يكتب بخطه: ذو النسبين بين دحية والحسين، وكان يكتب أيضاً سبط أبي البسام إشارة إلى ذلك.
  • Ibn Dihya —en àrab ابن دحية, Ibn Diḥya—, sobrenom o pseudònim d'Abu-l-Khattab Úmar ibn al-Hàssan ibn Alí ibn Muhàmmad ibn al-Jumàyyil ibn Farh ibn Khàlaf ibn Qumis ibn Mazlal ibn Badr ibn Àhmad ibn Dihya ibn Khalifa ibn Farwa al-Kalbí al-Andalussí al-Balansí ad-Daní —en àrab Abū l-Ḫaţţāb ʿUmar ibn al-Ḥasan ibn ʿAlī ibn Muḥammad ibn al-Jumayyil ibn Farḥ ibn Ḫalaf ibn Qūmis ibn Mazlāl ibn Badr ibn Aḥmad ibn Diḥya ibn Jalīfa ibn Farwa al-Kalbī al-Andalusī al-Balansī ad-Dānī— (Dénia?, 1152? – el Caire, 27 de novembre de 1235), exercí de cadi i fou un erudit andalusí, especialitzat en el hadit.
  • Umar bin al-Hasan bin Ali bin Muhammad bin al-Jamil bin Farah bin Khalaf bin Qumis bin Mazlal bin Malal bin Badr bin Dihyad bin Farwah, mejor conocido como Ibn Dihya al-Kalbi (en árabe: ابن دحية الكلبي‎) (Valencia, 1150 - El Cairo, 1235), fue un erudito moro especializado tanto en idioma árabe como en estudios islámicos, y miembro del Ahlul Bayt.​ Él prefirió apellidarse Abu al-Khattab, aunque en varias ocasiones también ha sido referenciado como Ibn al-Jumayyil, Majd al-Din, Abu al-Fadl, o sencillamente Ibn Dihya.​
  • Umar bin al-Hasan bin Ali bin Muhammad bin al-Jamil bin Farah bin Khalaf bin Qumis bin Mazlal bin Malal bin Badr bin Dihyah bin Farwah, better known as Ibn Dihya al-Kalbi (Arabic: ابن دحية الكلبي‎) was a Moorish scholar of both the Arabic language and Islamic studies, and member of the Ahl al-Bayt. He preferred to be called Abu al-Khattab, though at various times he was also referred to as Ibn al-Jumayyil, Majd al-Din, Abu al-Fadl or simply Ibn Dihya.
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