Ahmad Ibn Abolhasan Jāmi-e Nāmaghi-e Torshizi (1048 - 1141), better known as Sheikh Ahhmad-e Jami or simply Ahmad-e Jam. Persian Sufi, Sufi writer, mystic and poet.
After living in seclusion for more than
twenti years, at the age of forty he returned to society to guide the
people and make wine-drinkers and sinners to repent. At first he was not
appreciated by the people, but after several miraculous healings, his
reputation spread and he attracted some followers. He won many converts
from the villages outlying Jâm. Shaykh Ahmad's activity therefore
stretched across a territory that triangulates the modern borders of
eastern Iran, northern Afghanistan and southern Turkmenistan.
- "Medieval accounts describe him as having red hair, a wine-colored beard and dark-blue eyes." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheikh_Ahmad-e_Jami