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Sons of Jafar as-Sadiq

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4 minutes ago, Munzir Ahmed said:

Can you elaborate? Any narrations?

Bro, i have never heard that any among the sons of Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s turned away from him. However, there are sons of later Imams that deviated but none among sons of this Imam. 

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1 hour ago, Sindbad05 said:

Bro, i have never heard that any among the sons of Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s turned away from him. However, there are sons of later Imams that deviated but none among sons of this Imam. 

Which sons deviated? Any famous names? And reason?  

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Jafar-e-Kazzab who deviated from his religion and was brother of Imam Hasan al Askari. And it is not only among them, Hazrat Abu Hanifah formed his own Fiqh even though he studied under Imam Muhammad al Baqir and Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s.

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23 minutes ago, Sindbad05 said:

Jafar-e-Kazzab who deviated from his religion and was brother of Imam Hasan al Askari. And it is not only among them, Hazrat Abu Hanifah formed his own Fiqh even though he studied under Imam Muhammad al Baqir and Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s.

Was abu hanifa son of any ahlebayt member? Its also possible that his companions had formed a fiqh on his name after his death. Just like we have Jafari fiqh today on name of Jafar Sadiq.

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5 hours ago, Munzir Ahmed said:

@skyweb1987

Anything you want add?

Imam Jafar As Sadiq AS had the following sons:

1.  Ismail bin Jafar

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isma'il_ibn_Jafar

2.  Abdullah aftah bin Jafar

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdullah_al-Aftah

3. Imam Musa Alkazim AS bin Jafar

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musa_al-Kadhim

4. Ishaque Motmen bin Jafar

5. Mohammad debaj bin Jafar

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_ibn_Ja'far_al-Sadiq

6. Ali Ureezi bin Jafar   

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_al-Uraidhi_ibn_Ja'far_al-Sadiq

(Reference: Book "Tareekh bani hashim" Vol 4, by Irteza Nawaz Puri)

Edited by skyweb1987

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Children 

   

The question of succession after al-Sadiq's death was the cause of division among Shias who considered his eldest son, Isma'il (who had died before his father) to be the next imam, and those who believed his third son Musa al-Kadhim was the imam. The first group became known as the Ismailis and the second, larger, group was named Ja'fari or the Twelvers.

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7 hours ago, Munzir Ahmed said:

Was abu hanifa son of any ahlebayt member? Its also possible that his companions had formed a fiqh on his name after his death. Just like we have Jafari fiqh today on name of Jafar Sadiq.

Did I say Abu Hanifah was son of Ahlebait a.s ? I did not say that. But he did deviated in his life from teachings of Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s such as saying that Allah AWJ is responsible for our sins that is contrary to the teachings of Islam. And his disciple Abu Yousuf accepted being Judge. 

Secondly, since when you became Shia brother that you are saying that our fiqh....Our Fiqh is known as Jafari because Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s formed educational system that included various sciences. So, it is known by his name but in reality we are Muhammadi, Alwi, Hasani, Hussaini, Fatimi, Abidi, Baqiri, Jafari, Muswavi, Rizvi, Taqwi, Naqvi, Askari and Mehdavi....

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

True, but if you read the link, you'll see that he was rebellious towards his father.

In Islam.org, it is written that Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s disliked his being with radical people who want to use him. I wish, he would have listened to his father!!!!!

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