What happened to Imam Musa Kazim?

What happened to Imam Musa Kazim?

Al-Kazim died in 799 in the al-Sindi ibn Shahiq prison of Baghdad, after being transferred from one prison to another for a few years. He is said to have been poisoned at the instigation of Harun, who gave al-Sindi the orders through Yahya ibn Khalid when he visited the caliph in Rakka.

How many wives does Imam Musa Kazim have?

The number of children that Imam Musa al-Kadhim had is disputed by various traditions and historical documenting. They are as follows: He had thirty-three children: sixteen males and seventeen females. He had thirty-seven children: eighteen males and nineteen females.

Where is Imam Musa Kazim shrine?

Musa al-Kazim, the Seventh Imam and his grandson, the Ninth Imam, Muhammad at-Taqi, are both buried within the Al Kadhimiya Mosque-Shrine near to where the House of Baha’u’llah is located.

Who is 8th Imam?

ʿAlī al-Riḍā, in full Abū al-Ḥasan ibn Mūsā ibn Jaʿfar ʿAlī al-Riḍā, (born 765/768/770, Medina, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia]—died 818, Ṭūs, Iran), eighth imam of the Twelver Shīʿites, noted for his piety and learning.

Who is the 1st Imam?

Ali was the first of the Twelve Imams, and, in the Twelvers view, the rightful successor to Muhammad, followed by male descendants of Muhammad through his daughter Fatimah. Each Imam was the son of the previous Imam, with the exception of Al-Husayn, who was the brother of Al-Hasan.

How many imams are there in Shia?

Twelve Imams
The Twelver Imams Of Shia According to Shia Islam, along with the Prophet Muhammad and his daughter, Fatimah al-Zahra, the Twelve Imams make up what is known as the ‘fourteen infallible’. These fourteen infallible figures are revered as divinely appointed and guided leaders of the faith.

Who is the 9th Imam?

Muhammad al-Jawad محمد
Muhammad al-Jawad was about six when his father, Ali al-Rida, was summoned to Khorasan by al-Ma’mun, who designated him as heir apparent in 817, possibly to mitigate Shia revolts….Muhammad al-Jawad.

Muhammad al-Jawad محمد الجواد 9th Imam of Twelver Shi’ite Islam
Successor Ali al-Hadi
Spouse(s) Samana Umm al-Fadl bint al-Ma’mun