On the authority of ‘Ubadah ibn al Waleed ibn as-Saamit who said: "I went out with my father when I was a child, we ran into a Shaykh (old man) who wore a Burdah and a Yemeni Thawb, his son likewise wore a Burdah and Yemeni Thawb. I said to him: 'O Uncle, why don’t you give your son this stri.
Ibraaheem ibn Bashaar narrated this story: "While I was walking towards Kufah with Ibraaheem ibn Adham, he stopped beside a grave and invoked Allah to have mercy on its dweller. "Whose grave is this?' I asked. 'It is the grave of Ḥumaid ibn Jaabir,' said Ibraa.
When ‘Omar Ibn ‘Abdul‘aziz became caliph, he wrote to Al-Ḥasan Al-Baṣree to write him the description of a just ruler, and Al-Ḥasan wrote him: "Know, commander of the faithful, that Allah has made the just ruler, the straightener of the crooked, the reformer of the corrupt, the st.