Muhammad b. Ja'far al-Sadiq
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|Muhammad b. Ja'far al-Sadiq|
tomb attributed to him in Damqan, Iran.
|Name||Muhammad b. Ja'far al-Sadiq (a)|
|Father||Imam al-Sadiq (a)|
|Spouse(s)||Khadija bt. 'Abd Allah b. al-Hasan|
|Place of Burial||Khurasan|
Muḥammad b. Jaʿfar (Arabic: محمد بن جعفر) (d. 203/818-9), well known as Muḥammad al-Dībāj (محمد الدیباج), was one of the children of Imam al-Sadiq (a). He revolted against Abbasids in 199/814-5; but he was captured by al-Ma'mun. Muhammad died in Khurasan and al-Ma'mun performed his funeral prayer.
He was a brave and generous person. He fasted every other day. He agreed with Zaydiyya about armed uprising.
Khadija bt. 'Abd Allah b. al-Hasan was his wife.
Uprising Against Abbasid
Jarudiyya (a branch of Zaydiyya) accompanied him in this uprising.
'Isa al-Jaludi, who was sent from al-Ma'mun to crush the uprising, scattered them.
'Isa al-Jaludi captures him and sent him to al-Ma'mun. Al-Ma'mun honored him and sat him next to himself and gave him several gifts. He stayed in Khurasan with al-Ma'mun. Al-Ma'mun tolerated and bore his actions more than any other Caliph do of his people.
Muhammad passed away in Khurasan. Al-Ma'mun participated in his funeral and performed Salat al-Mayyit (funeral Prayer) on his body.
- The material for this article is mainly taken from محمد بن جعفر الصادق in Farsi Wikishia.