Sulayman b. Kathir

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This article is about one of the martyrs of Karbala. For a commander of Abbasids upraysing, see Sulayman b. Kathir al-Khuza'i.
Tomb of Martyrs of Karbala in the Holy Shrine of Imam al-Husayn (a)

Sulaymān b. Kathīr (Arabic: سليمان بن كثير) was among the martyrs of Karbala[1] whose name is mentioned in al-Ziyara al-Rajabiyya for Imam al-Husayn (a)[2] and al-Ziyara for Ali Akbar (a) and other martyrs of Karbala.[3]

Some have considered it possible that he was, in fact, Muslim b. Kathir al-Azdi.[4] No information is found about his personality, life, lineage, or family.

Notes

  1. Group of writers, Maʿ al-rakb al-Ḥusaynī, vol. 4, p. 353.
  2. Ibn Ṭāwūs, Iqbāl al-aʿmāl, vol. 3, p. 346.
  3. Shahīd al-Awwal, al-Mazār, p. 153.
  4. Muḥaddithī, Farhang-i Āshūrā, p. 230.

References

  • Ibn Ṭāwūs, ʿAlī b. Mūsā. Iqbāl al-aʿmāl. Edited by Jawād Qayyūmī. Qom: Daftar-i Tablīghāt-i Islāmī, 1376 Sh.
  • Group of writers. Maʿ al-rakb al-Ḥusaynī. Qom: Nashr-i Taḥsīn, 1428 AH.
  • Muḥaddithī, Javād. Farhang-i Āshūrā. 2nd edition. Qom: Nashr-i Maʿrūf, 1417 AH.
  • Shahīd al-Awwal, Muḥammad b. Makkī. Al-Mazār. Qom: Muʾassisa Imām Hādī (a), 1410 AH.