|Born||7th or 8th Century|
|Died||March 738 A.D. (3 Rabi us Saani 120 Hijri)|
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Habib ibn Muhammad al-‘Ajami al-Basri (Arabic: حبيب بن محمد العجمي البصري) known also as Habib al-Ajami (حبيب العجمي) and Habib al-Farsi (حبيب الفارسي) was a Muslim sufi (mystic), saint, and traditionalist of Persian descent.
Habib al-Ajami settled in Basra. He was an usurer by profession. He later renounced worldly life and became a mystic. He was known for performing miracles.
His shrine is in Basra.
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