known as Ḥasīb al-ʿĀlim, d. after May 1884.
The most prominent member of the Sammānī branch of the Majādhīb; his father was initiated into it by Shaykh Ḥasīb b. Imām al-Kūbāwī (q.v.; see Nūr al-Dāʾim (1954), 284-86). Ḥasīb studied fiqh in Zabīd, took the Sammāniyya from Ḥasīb b. Imām in Mecca, and returned to his native Qōz al-Fūnj (Berber) to become a prominent teacher. The Mahdi …