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Who Was Imam Muhammad Al-Jawad

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    Who Was Imam Muhammad Taqi Al-Jawad?














    Who Was Imam Muhammad Taqi Al-Jawad?
    Imam Jawad was born in Medina on 10th Rajab 195 A.H. His name was Muhammad, Patronymic Abu Jafar and his well-known appellatives were Taqi and Jawad.
    Name and Lineage
    His name was Muhammad, kunniyat Abu Jafar and his well-known appellatives were Taqi and Jawad. Hence, he is generally known as Imam Muhammad Taqi (AS). Since prior to him Abu Jafar had also been the kunniyat of Imam Muhammad Baqir (AS), he is called Abu Jafar the second, and Jawad which was his second appellative. His esteemed father is Hazrat Imam Reza (AS) and the name of his revered mother is Janab Sabika or Sakina.
    Birth
    He was born in Medina on 10 th Rajab 195 A.H. At that time Ameen, son of Harun Rasheed, was on the throne in the capital city of Baghdad.
    Rearing and Upbringing
    It is a very heart-rending fact that at a very early age Hazrat Imam Muhammad Taqi (AS) had to prepare himself to face the hardships and sufferings of life. For a very short time, he could pass his days under the loving and instructive shadow of his father. It was in the fifth year of his age when his father, Hazrat Imam Reza (AS) was forced to leave Medina for Khurasan. After separation from his father at that age, Imam Muhammad Taqi did not get the opportunity to meet him again in his lifetime.
    Mamun martyred Imam Reza (AS) The world must have been under the impression that there were now no means left for Imam Muhammad Taqi (AS) whereby to gain access to the heights of knowledge and accomplishments and, thereby, the seat or learning of Imam Jafar Sadiq (AS) would remain unoccupied from now onwards.
    Nevertheless, the amazement of the people knew no bounds when after some time they witnessed this young child taking his seat by the side of Mamun, engaging himself in disputations with eminent scholars on jurisprudence, traditions, exegesis, reasoning, and compelling them to accept his viewpoint. Their astonishment was not to end until they were prepared to admit that against physical means there was also a divine system to impart knowledge and training. Without such a realization, the puzzle could not and cannot be solved.


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