non-Arabs swears that Malik was the second in bravery and chivalry after Imam Ali (A.S.), and none equalled him, I shall bear witness to it. What else can 1 say regarding this fabulous personality, except that his life destroyed the Syrians and his death the Iraqis (meaning when alive he slayed the enemies of Ali (A.S.), and when he died the
friends of Ali (A.S.) suffered a great loss)". Regarding him Imam Ali (A.S.) said, "Malik holds the same status near me, as I held near the Holy prophet (S.A.W.S.)" meaning he was a source of my as I held near the Holy prophet.Then He turned towards His companions and said, "I wish one or two persons from amongst you could be like Malik". In short Malik's bravery, chivalry, virtue and good character earned him a very dignified position. when the person insulted him he was hot the least effected, nor did he become angry or retaliate, but went to the mosque and prayed for the his forgiveness. We conlcude from the above incident, that Malik had control over the passions of his self, and that this strength is more worthy of praise than the physical strength. Imam Ali (A.S.) has said, "The bravest
man is the one who controls the passions of his self".
Allamah Husain Noori in the latter part of book mustadrakul Wasail quotes an incident of the celebrated