Muhriz bin Shahab bin Bujayr bin Sufyan bin Khalid bin Munqir al-Timimi
- :Sheykh Radi al-Yasin
Muhriz bin Shahab bin Bujayr bin Sufyan bin Khalid bin Munqir al-Timimi1
He was among the chiefs of the people, and from the pure Shi'ites who were known for their Shi'ism. Muhriz was the commander of the left wing of the army headed by Ma'qal b. Qays who waged war against the Kharijites in the year 43 A.H. During those three battles the army of Ma'qal was three thousand people from the loyal Shi'ites and their horsemen, as al-Tabari described them in his book (Tarikh, vol.6, p.108).
1. See the following references about what we have written concerning Hijr and his companions: al-Daynwary, b. al-Athir, al-Tabari, b. Abu al-Haddid, al-Isti'ab, al-Nasa,ih al-Kafiya, and Tarikh Baghdad.
Adopted from the book: "Sulh al-Hasan (a.s.)" by: "Sheykh Radi al-Yasin"
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