Abū Muḥammad (Ṭalḥah) lies here away from his own place. By Allāh, I did not like that the Quraysh should lie killed under the stars. I have avenged myself with the descendants of ‘Abd Manāf, but the chief persons of Banū Jumaḥ  have escaped me. They had stretched their necks towards a matter for which they were not suited, and therefore their necks were broken before they reached the goal.
 In the battle of Jamal a group of Banū Jumaḥ was with ‘Ā’ishah, but the chief men of this group fled away from the battle-field. Some of them were: ‘Abdullāh aṭ-Ṭawīl ibn Ṣafwān, Yaḥyā ibn Ḥakīm, ‘Āmir ibn Mas‘ūd and Ayyūb ibn Ḥabīb. From this group (Banū Jumaḥ) only two persons were killed.