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Who is Ali Al-Rida?
Ali Al-rida a.k.a. Ali al-Ridha: 'Alī ibn Mūsā al-Riḍā was the seventh descendant of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the eighth of the Twelve Imams, according to the Twelver Shia sect of Islam as well as an Imam of knowledge according to the Zaydi Shia school and Sufis. His given name was 'Alī ibn Mūsā ibn Ja'far.
- also known as ‘Alī ibn Mūsā al-Riḍhā, ‘Alī al-Riḍā, Ali Rezā, Ali Rizā, ‘Alī ibn Mūsā ibn Ja‘far
- born on (1250 years ago) in Medina, child of Musa al-Kadhim and Ummul Banīn Najmah
- ethnicity: Arabs
- religion: Shia Islam, Islam
- Marriage with Sabīkah
- parent of Muhammad al-Jawad
- died on (1195 years ago) in Tous of poison
- buried in Imam Reza shrine
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by Ian Richard Netton
'Ali al-Rida is buried at Mashhad, site of the ancient Tfis. (See 'Abbasids; Imam; Ithna 'Asharis; Muhammad al-Taqi.) 'Ali b. Abi Talib (c.
by Dilip Hiro
and Imam Ali al-Rida/Reza (d. 818 A.D.), the eighth imam of the Twelver Shias [q.v.], were buried, acquired the name Mashhad or Mashhad-e Rida. It is the birthplace of the author of Persian epic poem Shahnama—Abul Qasim ...
Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, 2nd Edition [6 volumes] (2010)
A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices by J. Gordon Melton, Martin Baumann
The 12 imams are Ali, al-Hasan, al-Husain, Ali Zayn, al-Abidin, Muhammad al-Baqir, Ja'far al-Sadiq, Musa al-Kazim, Ali al-Rida ...
The Encyclopaedia of Islam (1954)
by Sir H. A. R. Gibb
that of Ibrahim, son of the Eighth Imam of the Shi'a, ' Ali al-Rida. The whole Atrek-Kashaf Riid corridor lay in the front line of Persian ...
Constituting in Combination with the Existing Volumes of the Ninth Edition, the Tenth Edition of that Work, and Also Supplying a New, Distinctive, and Independent Library of Reference Dealing with Recent Events and Developments
Ali al-Rida (Riza Ali III.
by Facts On File, Incorporated
further south into the region of the city of Ray close to the present- day Iranian capital Tehran, the eighth Husaynid imam, Ali al-Rida (d. 818), traveled throughout eastern Iran. By the mid-ninth century Shia followers of the later imams of ...
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