Harald was a much-admired member of the Dutch Islamic Studies community, a mentor to many of us, and an esteemed friend. His work on the early history of Islamic law and on hadith criticism has indelibly changed the course of research on the formative period of Islamic intellectual history. He will be remembered warmly and gratefully. Jump to.

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