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Saying "I Don't Know" Is Half of Knowledge

  Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik Ādam al-Akhdar

This title is based upon the great statement of Imām Mālik ibn Anas (d. AH 179) and it establishes the  virtue in a man who is sincere and can thus admit when he does not know an issue. 

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