What is the name of the 12th Imam?
Muḥammad al-Mahdī al-Ḥujjah, in full Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan ibn ʿAlī al-Mahdī al-Ḥujjah, also called Muḥammad al-Muntaẓar, the Hidden Imam, or the Twelfth Imam, (disappeared 878), 12th and last imam, venerated by the Ithnā ʿAshariyyah, or Twelver sect, the main body of Shīʿite Muslims.
How many names does Imam Mahdi have?
He was born on the 15th of Shaban 255 A.H. His name is Muhammad ibn al-Hassan al-Mahdi and titles are Hujjat, Qaim, Muntazar, Sahibuzzaman, and Khalaf al-Saleh, among others, the same names and agnomen of Muhammad.
Who is the 9 Imam of Shia?
Muhammad ibn Ali
Who Are The Twelve Imams Of Twelver Shia Islam?
|Rank||The Twelve Imams of Athna’ashariyyah||Lifetime|
|7||Musa ibn Ja’far||744-749 CE|
|8||Ali ibn Musa||765-817 CE|
|9||Muhammad ibn Ali||810-835 CE|
|10||Ali ibn Muhammad||827-868 CE|
Is the 12th imam alive today?
The twelfth and final Imam is Muhammad al-Mahdi, who is believed by the Twelvers to be currently alive, and hidden in the Major Occultation until he returns to bring justice to the world.
Who is the youngest imam?
Imamate. Al-Jawad was seven years old when his father died, so he was the first underage Imam, whose Imamate was doubted by lots of Shias who did not know whether adulthood is a necessary condition for Imamate or not.
Is there a 12th Imam?
Who is the final Imam of the Twelve Imams?
The twelfth and final Imam is Muhammad al-Mahdi, who is believed by the Twelvers to be currently alive, and hidden in the Major Occultation until he returns to bring justice to the world. It is believed by Twelver Shia and Alevi Muslims that the Twelve Imams have been foretold in the Hadith of the 12 accomplishers.
Who was the caliph who poisoned the Twelve Imams?
Imprisoned and poisoned in Baghdad, Iraq on the order of Caliph Harun al-Rashid. Buried in the Al-Kazimiyah Mosque in Baghdad, Iraq. Made crown-prince by Caliph Al-Ma’mun, and famous for his discussions with both Muslim and non-Muslim religious scholars. He was poisoned in Mashad, Iran on the order of Caliph Al-Ma’mun.
What was the name of Muhammad al Mahdi’s mother?
Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi states that names like Sawsan, Narjis or Rayhana were common names for slaves at that time and his mother’s name supports this narration. Another narration says that she was a Byzantine princess who pretended to be a slave so that she might travel from her kingdom to Arabia.
Who are the Imams of the House of Muhammad?
1 al-Mahdīy ( ٱلْمَهْدِيّ) ( The Guided) 2 al-Qāʾim ( ٱلْقَائِم) ( The Riser) 3 al-Ghāʾib ( ٱلْغَائِب) ( The Hidden) 4 Baqīyat Allah ( بَقِيَّة ٱللَّٰه) ( Remainder of Allah’s) 5 al-Ḥujjah ʾĀl Muḥammad ( ٱلْحُجَّة مِن آل مُحَمَّد) ( The Proof of the House of Muhammad)