Adiyy ibn Hatim ( عدي ابن حاتم الطائي ) was a leader of the Arab tribe of Tayy, and one of the companions of Muhammad. He is the son of the poet Hatim al-Tai who was widely known for his chivalry and generosity among Arabs. Adi remained antagonistic to Islam for about twenty years until he converted to Islam from Christianity in 630 (9th year of Hijra). Adiyy inherited the domain of his father and was confirmed in the position by the Tayy people. A great part of his strength lay in the fact that a quarter of any amount they gained as booty from raiding expeditions had to be given to him.

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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016)25بك هذه المقالة بها ألفاظ تفخيم تمدح بموضوع المقالة، مما يتعارض مع أسلوب الكتابة الموسوعية. يرجى حذف ألفاظ لتفخيم والاكتفاء بالحقائق لإبراز الأهمية. (أكتوبر 2010) عَدَي بن حاتم الطائي، هو: ابن حاتم الطائي الذي كان يضرب به المثل، في الجود والكرم وقد كان أبوه من أجود وأكرم العرب. تولى عدي: رئاسة قومه قبيلة طيء بعد وفاة أبيه في أرض الجبلين: أجا وسلمى وهي: منطقة حائل حالياً. كان نصرانيا ثم أسلم، وهو من صحابة النبي محمد. (ar)
  • Adiyy ibn Hatim ( عدي ابن حاتم الطائي ) was a leader of the Arab tribe of Tayy, and one of the companions of Muhammad. He is the son of the poet Hatim al-Tai who was widely known for his chivalry and generosity among Arabs. Adi remained antagonistic to Islam for about twenty years until he converted to Islam from Christianity in 630 (9th year of Hijra). Adiyy inherited the domain of his father and was confirmed in the position by the Tayy people. A great part of his strength lay in the fact that a quarter of any amount they gained as booty from raiding expeditions had to be given to him. Adi joined the Islamic army at the time of caliph Abu Bakr. He fought wars of revolt against the apostates and also was a commander of the Islamic army sent to invade Iraq under the command of Khalid ibn al-Walid. He also fought on the side of Ali ibn Abi Talib, at the Battle of Camel and Battle of Siffin. (en)
  • Figlio di Ḥātim al-Ṭāʾī - sayyid della tribù dei B. Ṭayy e poeta cristiano famoso per la sua eccezionale generosità, diventata letteralmente proverbiale nella cultura arabo-islamica - ʿAdī al-Ṭāʾī (in arabo: عدي بن حاتم الطائي‎) si convertì all'Islam, partecipando a vari fatti d'arme, quali la conquista della Mesopotamia. Coinvolto forse nell'assassinio del califfo ʿUthmān b. ʿAffān, prese parte nelle file di ʿAlī alla battaglia del Cammello (656), in cui perse un occhio. Combatté poi a Siffīn, in cui furono uccisi tre dei suoi figli. Ritiratosi a Kufa (allora capitale califfale), difese quanti nella sua tribù avevano come lui sposato la causa alide, resistendo alle forti pressioni esercitate dal Wali d'Iraq, Ziyād b. Abī Sufyān, fratello "adottato" del califfo omayyade Muʿāwiya b. Abī Sufyān. Morì nel 687-88. (it)
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (مارس 2016)25بك هذه المقالة بها ألفاظ تفخيم تمدح بموضوع المقالة، مما يتعارض مع أسلوب الكتابة الموسوعية. يرجى حذف ألفاظ لتفخيم والاكتفاء بالحقائق لإبراز الأهمية. (أكتوبر 2010) عَدَي بن حاتم الطائي، هو: ابن حاتم الطائي الذي كان يضرب به المثل، في الجود والكرم وقد كان أبوه من أجود وأكرم العرب. تولى عدي: رئاسة قومه قبيلة طيء بعد وفاة أبيه في أرض الجبلين: أجا وسلمى وهي: منطقة حائل حالياً. كان نصرانيا ثم أسلم، وهو من صحابة النبي محمد. (ar)
  • Adiyy ibn Hatim ( عدي ابن حاتم الطائي ) was a leader of the Arab tribe of Tayy, and one of the companions of Muhammad. He is the son of the poet Hatim al-Tai who was widely known for his chivalry and generosity among Arabs. Adi remained antagonistic to Islam for about twenty years until he converted to Islam from Christianity in 630 (9th year of Hijra). Adiyy inherited the domain of his father and was confirmed in the position by the Tayy people. A great part of his strength lay in the fact that a quarter of any amount they gained as booty from raiding expeditions had to be given to him. (en)
  • Figlio di Ḥātim al-Ṭāʾī - sayyid della tribù dei B. Ṭayy e poeta cristiano famoso per la sua eccezionale generosità, diventata letteralmente proverbiale nella cultura arabo-islamica - ʿAdī al-Ṭāʾī (in arabo: عدي بن حاتم الطائي‎) si convertì all'Islam, partecipando a vari fatti d'arme, quali la conquista della Mesopotamia. Coinvolto forse nell'assassinio del califfo ʿUthmān b. ʿAffān, prese parte nelle file di ʿAlī alla battaglia del Cammello (656), in cui perse un occhio. (it)
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