Sulayman ibn Muhammad ibn Hud al-Judhami (Arabic: سليمان بن محمد بن هود الجذامي), known by the regnal name al-Mustaʿin bi-Illah (Arabic: المستعين بالله, lit. 'He who looks for help to God'), was the first member of the Banu Hud family to rule the medieval taifa of Zaragoza, today a province in Spain. He ruled from 1039 (when he seized control of the city from the Banu Tujib) to 1049.
|Ruler of Zaragoza|
|Predecessor||Abd Allah ibn al-Hakam al-Tujibi|
|Died||1046 or 1049|