This region was widely known as a center of Islamic civilization up to the 13th Century CE. Al Qushayri was born into a privileged Arab family from among the Banu Qushayr who had settled near Nishapur. During these travels he heard Hadith from various prominent Hadith scholars. Upon his return he began teaching Hadith, which is something he is famous for. He returned to Baghdad where the Caliph al-Qa'im had him perform hadith teachings in his palace. He determined that there were four levels of meaning in the Qur'an.
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