This study seeks to read the critical opinions that revolved around Mkhlaa Al-Basit with his well-known Hebron image, and other images that were comprehended upon him. The pictures that Hebron spoke about in his seas were not the only ones. Pictures are nothing but creepers and bugs, and Hebron deliberately neglected them. Either because of its weak witness, or the lack of organized evidence on it, or because these evidences were spoken after him, so between the user and the neglected circulate images of the deposed that the critics spoke about and the Arab poetic reality came upon them.
The study also discussed the poem of Ubayd ibn al-Abras, which is one of the ten commentaries that the Arabs in the past gave a high position in which it surpassed the rest of ancient Arab poetry, and it is one of his most famous poems that, in the past and present, the critics had a position on it between rejection and acceptance, and there was a problem in which we tried through opinions to find a solution to her.