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Isma'il ibn Jafar, Abu Mohammad Ismail
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Other names Abu Muhammad
Personal
Born 100/103 AH
(approximately 719/722 AD)
Medina
Died 138 AH
(approximately 755 AD)
Resting place Salamiyah, Syria
Children Muhammad ibn Ismail (successor), Ali, Fatima
Parents
Senior posting
Title az-Azbab-i-Itlaq (Absolute lord), Al-Wafi
Religious career
Initiation 148 AH
Post sixth Ismāʿīlī Imām

Ismāʿīl ibn Ja‘far al-Mubārak (Arabic: إسماعيل بن جعفر‎; c. Born:Shawwal 100 AH/719 AD) was the eldest son of Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq, and he was the full-brother of Abdullah al-Aftah. Their mother, Fatima bint al-Hussain'l-Athram bin al-Hasan bin Ali, was the first wife of Ja'far al-Sadiq. Following Ja'far's death, the Shia community split between the element that would become the Twelver Shia, and those who believed the Imamate passed through to Ismail's son; the Ismaili branch of Shia Islam is accordingly named for Ismail.[1] According to both the Nizari and Mustaali Shia sects, he is the sixth Imam.

Mousoleum Imam Abadullah at Salamia.

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The Nation

The Nation
Wed, 13 May 2015 00:44:48 -0700

Ismāīlism is a branch of Shia Islam whose adherents are also known as Seveners. We get our name from our acceptance of Isma'il ibn Jafar as the appointed spiritual successor .Now time to pack up from pakistan, leave for ever. Tata see you guys later.
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