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- sulaym is a village in makkah province, in western saudi arabia. national geospatial-intelligence agency. geonames database entry. (search) accessed
- banu sulaym were an arab tribe that had lived in hejaz and nejd during the rise of islam, and settled in north africa along with banu hilal in the 11th
- the book of sulaym ibn qays is a hadith collection by sulaym ibn qays, who entrusted it to aban ibn abi-ayyash. according to the shi'a, the book 'has received
- sulaym ibn qays (arabic: سليم بن قيس‎) was one of the purported companions of ali. sulaym was not only a companion of ali but he was also a loyal companion
- force of the banu sulaym from buhran were advancing on madinah. muhammad, took 300 men, to hijaz reaching to buhran, where the banu sulaym fled in panic.
- bint milhan, po****rly known as umm sulaym, was one of the earliest women converts to islam in yathrib. umm sulaym was first married to malik ibn an-nadr
- libyan arabic ( arabic: ليبي‎ lībi; also known as sulaimitian arabic) is a variety of arabic spoken in libya and neighboring countries. it can be divided
- ibn selim el-aswani (arabic: ابن سليم الأسواني‎) was a tenth-century egyptian diplomat who was dispatched to nubia and left a written record of his travels