Abu Umamah al Bahili

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Abu Umama or Suday ibn `Ajlan ibn Wahb or Abu Umama al-Bahili (died 81AH, 700CE, Homs, Syria) was a companion (sahabah) of Muhammad. He was with Ali in the Battle of Siffin, and later settled in Syria. Some 250 hadiths are related from him by Bukhari and Sahih Muslim. He was the last of the companions to die in Syria.