|Intro||9th-century Islamic scholar|
|Death||1436 (aged 63 years)|
Muḥammad bin Ibrāhīm Ibn al-Wazīr (d. 840/1436) was a Yemeni Shiite Zaidiyyah Hadith scholar. He wrote a rebuttal of the Shiite Jafari school and then penned a massive defense of the Prophet's Sunna as understood through the Sunni prism of Prophetic hadith. Amongst his works is a commentary on Ibn al-Salah's Muqaddima, titled Tanqih al-anzar.
Ibn al-Wazir authored many works, including:
- Tanqih al-anzar.
- al-ʿAwasim wa al-Qawassim fi al-Dhab ʿan Sunnat ʾAbi Qasim.
- al-Burhan al-Qatiʿ fi ʾItbat al-Saniʿ wa Jamiʿ ma Jaʾat bihi al-Charaʾiʿ.
- Ithar al-Ḥaqq ʿala al-Khalq.
- al-Rawd al-Bassim fi al-Dhab ʿan Sunnat ʾAbi Qasim.
In addition to other non-published manuscripts.