Hani b. Thubayt(Redirected from Hani b. Thubayt al-Hadrami)
|Hani b. Thubayt|
One of Horse-riders over Imam's (a) Body
|Full Name||Hani b. Thubayt al-Hadrami|
|Cause of Death||Killed by the order of al-Mukhtar|
|Notable roles||Reporting the Event of Karbala|
|Activities||Murderer of 'Abd Allah b. 'Umayr al-Kalbi and 'Abd Allah and Ja'far|
Hānī b. Thubayt (Shabīb) al-Ḥaḍramī (Arabic:هانی بن ثُبَیت (شَبیب) الحَضرَمی) (killed in 66/685) was among the soldiers of the army of 'Umar b. Sa'd on the Day of 'Ashura. He helped in martyring 'Abd Allah b. 'Umayr al-Kalbi and was the killer of 'Abd Allah and Ja'far, children of Imam Ali (a). Also, he was among those who looted the bow and clothes of Imam al-Husayn (a) and among those who trampled over the body of Imam (a) by the order of 'Umar b. Sa'd.
He has reported some of the Events of Karbala. He was finally killed in the Uprising of Mukhtar.
On the Day of 'Ashura
On the day of 'Ashura, Hani b. Thubayt was in the army of 'Umar b. Sa'd.
Hani b. Thubayt with the help of Bukayr b. Hayy al-Tamimi martyred 'Abd Allah b. 'Umayr al-Kalbi. He was the killer of 'Abd Allah and Ja'far, sons of Imam Ali (a) and has been cursed in the Ziyarah al-Shuhada'. However, in some sources, Ja'far b. Ali has been mentioned to have been killed by Khuli b. Yazid.
In the evening of 'Ashura, he was among the ten horsemen who trampled over the body of Imam al-Husyan (a) by the order of Ibn Sa'd and crushed the bones of Imam's (a) chest and back. He and Rahil b. Khuthayma al-Ju'fi and Jarir b. Mas'ud al-Hadrami also stole Imam's (a) bow and clothes.
Reporting the Events of 'Ashura
Hani b. Thubayt has reported some of the events of Karbala. Abu Mikhnaf reported the last conversation of Imam al-Husayn (a) with 'Umar b. Sa'd from Abu Jinab Kalbi who quoted from Hani, saying that Imam al-Husayn (a) sent a message to 'Umar b. Sa'd by 'Amr b. Qaraza to meet at night. At night, Imam (a) and Ibn Sa'd each accompanied by twenty horsemen met. They both asked their companions to stand away. Their meeting lasted well into the night.
- The material for this article is mainly taken from هانی بن ثبیت حضرمی in Farsi WikiShia.