Mūsā ibn Shākir
He had been a highwayman during his youth.
- ^ Bīrūnī: his times, life and works - by Hakim Mohammed Said, Ansar Zahid Khan - Page 50
- ^ Professor Jeff Oaks, The University of Indianapolis
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