Muhammad Ziyad Md Tah (@7.5) vs Yupeng Bai (@1.06)
10-09-2019

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Al-Mahdi's mother was reportedly called Narjis.[4] There are a couple of narrations regarding the origin of his mother. One is that Narjis was a Byzantine slave.[4] Another narration says she was a black slave from Africa. 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.[13] 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.[14][15] Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi suggests in Iranica that the last version is "undoubtedly legendary and hagiographic".[13] Shaikh Tusi says that his mother's name was Mali-ka the daughter of Yashua-, son of the Caesar of Rome.

Athar has a demonstrated record of successful and productive research projects in an area of high relevance for acute cutaneous injury and NMSCs. While much of this has relevance for prevention and treatment of basal cell carcinoma, it also contributes in a major way to embryonic development of skin. Dr. As a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Dermatology at Columbia University, New York (as PI or co-PI on several university- and NIH-funded grants), he and his team used various genetic and pharmacological approaches for the chemoprevention of basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas. Thereafter, his laboratory was involved in developing protocols for preventing environmental carcinogen-induced cancers in various murine models employing a number of synthetic and natural chemopreventive agents including NSAIDs. Athar has a broad background in skin biochemistry, signal transduction, and carcinogenesis. As a visiting research scientist at the Case Western Reserve University, he conducted experiments to show the involvement of oxygen free radicals in the pathogenesis of porphyrin photosensitivity and chemical- and UVB-induced murine skin carcinogenesis and inflammatory responses. Dr. They showed that the growth of both BCCs and SCCs can be reduced by tazarotene but more effectively by bexarotene. While at UAB, he has been involved in evaluating pharmacological agents that interfere with the hedgehog biochemical pathway. He has also established a new line of investigation examining signal transduction pathways involved in bister formation employing lewisite as a vesicant.

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Twelver Shi'as cite various references from the Qur'an and reports, or Hadith, from Imam Mahdi and the Twelve Imams with regard to the reappearance of al-Mahdi who would, in accordance with Allah's command, bring justice and peace to the world by establishing Islam throughout the world. Shia'as also believe that Imam Mahdi will reappear on a Friday, and that he will come forth speaking Arabic (probably all languages as he has Allah as translator). Shi'as believe that `s (Jesus) will also come (after Imam Mahdi's re-appearance) and follow the Imam to destroy tyranny and falsehood and to bring justice and peace to the world.[32] This will also be accompanied by the raj'a (return) of several other personalities for retribution of the previously oppressed against the oppressor.

In the early years of his Imamate, he is believed to have had contact with his followers only through The Four Deputies. Twelver Shites believe that al-Mahd was born in 869 (15 Shabn 255 AH) and assumed Imamate at 5 years of age following the killing of his father Hasan al-Askari. After a 69-year period,[6][7] known as Minor Occultation, a few days before the death of his fourth deputy Abul Hasan Ali ibn Muhammad al-Samarri in 941, he is believed to have sent his followers a letter. Muammad ibn Al-asan al-Mahd (Arabic: ), also known as Imm Zamn ( ), is believed by Shia Twelver Muslims to be the Mahd, an eschatological redeemer of Islam and ultimate savior of humankind and the final Imm of the Twelve Imams who will emerge with Isa (Jesus Christ) in order to fulfill their mission of bringing peace and justice to the world. In that letter that was transmitted by al-Samarri he declared the beginning of Major Occultation during which Mahdi is not in contact with his followers.

This group of people were under attack and opposed by others. In order to promote a dispute within Imam's family, they "supported Ja'far a brother of al-Askari and claimant to the office of the Imamat". During these investigations, Narjis was imprisoned for not revealing the place of her baby. During the caliphate of al-Mu'tamid to that of al-Muqtadir, the agents of the dead Imam believed that Hasan al-Askari had left a son who will appear at Allah's will. Al-Mutamid, the Abbasid caliph, ordered to investigate the house of Imam and also to inspect if Imam's wives were pregnant.

The historical existence of the twelfth imam has been long debated since the death of the eleventh Imam.[34] Even though Shi'ite Scholars believe that the Twelfth Imam is an actual person, the Eleventh Imam, Hasan al-Askari, was kept more or less a prisoner by the Abbasids in the camp at Samarra, about 100 kilometres (62 miles) north of Baghdad, and died there in 874 CE at the age of twenty-eight. It appears that none of the Shi'i notables knew of the existence of the son of the eleventh Imam.

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The Shia millennial vision of history continues to be expressed, even today, through radical social protest against political oppression. Abdulaziz Sachedina writes: "Without the deep sense of paving the way for the reappearance of the Imam, the Shi'as would not have felt the need to re-evaluate their social circumstances and the shortcomings of their present lives.

Henry Corbin in contrast believed that the question of historicity is irrelevant admitting that the idea of the hidden Imam was shaped by the person of twelfth and considering the extensive body of literature about him, saw the birth and his occultation as archetypal and symbolic, describing it as "sacred history".

Historically, "the Sunnites often applied it [Mahdi] to the four caliphs after the Prophet, who were called al-Khulafa' al-Rashidun al-Mahdiyyun, the rightly guided caliphs.' Sulayman b. Aside from the Mahdi's precise genealogy, Sunnis accept many of the same hadiths Shias accept about the predictions regarding the Mahdi's emergence, his acts, and his universal Khilafat. However, they do believe that the Mahdi will come from Muhammad's family.[47] Sunnis believe that the Mahdi has not yet been born, and therefore his true identity is known only to Allah. al-Mahdi".[41] The majority of Sunni Muslims do not consider the son of Hasan al-Askari to be the Mahdi nor to be in occultation. Surd called al-Husayn, after his martyrdom, Mahdi b.

Another instance of contemporary Shia messianic tendency manifested itself in the discourse and policies of the former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who thought that Mahdi's return was imminent.

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It seems likely that after the death of the eleventh Imam, for the duration of a natural lifespan (i.e. It was believed that the twelfth Imam was connected to his community through four agents, giving his commands via letter; Moojan Momen, a much-published Baha'i historian, doubts the historical accuracy of these accounts, mentioning that there is no indication that the number of agents was limited to four and several others are mentioned. seventy years) this system had continued to operate.

According to the Shia, the Mahdi belongs to Muhammad's Bayt (Household), being a descendant of Ali, Fatimah and Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin, and considered by Twelvers to be the son of Al-Askari, and consequently the twelfth Imam of the Twelve Imams of the Bayt.

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