(Abu ‘Ali ‘Isā ibn Ishāq ibn Zur’a, 943–1008) was a medieval physician and philosopher. He was born in Abbasid Baghdad to a Syriac Jacobite Christian family. He was a student of Yahya ibn Adi. He was accused of engaging in trade with the Byzantines and convicted. His possessions were confiscated and he died in Baghdad in 1008.