known as Ibn ʿUmar Dukure, al-Murjī al-Sūdānī al-Mālikī, b. 5 Rabīʿ I, 1301/4 January 1884, d. 10 Muḥarram 1366/4 December 1946
CCIM, art. by Ali Koullogo Diallo, pp. 280-4.
Born in Mourdia, he first studied with his father and then with a Tukulor scholar from Futa Toro. A precocious student, he soon engaged in correspondence with scholars of southern Mauritania over points of law, and was especially close to Muḥammad Yaḥyā al-Walātī. Ultimately he was to become recognized as the muftī of south-eastern Mauritania an…