Abu Hatim Tayyib Ziyauddin

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Saiyedna va Maulan Abu Haatim Taiyeb Ziyauddin Saheb
Born August 6, 1932
Residence Daar us-Salaam, Vadodara
Other names Abu Haatim
Known for 44th Dā‘ī al-Muṭlaq
Title Ziyauddin
Term 1974 – present
Predecessor Saiyedna Yusuf Nooruddin Saheb
Spouse(s) Mohtarema Maa Saheba 'Azeemabu binte Saiyedi wa Maulaai Bhaisaheb Nazarali
Children

Sons:
Maazun-ud-Da'wat Saiyedi wa Maulaai Hatim Zakiyuddin Saheb
Late Mukaasir-ud-Da'wat Husain Mo'inuddin Saheb
Mukaasir ud Dawat Mohammed Nuruddin Saheb


Rasoolhudood Dr.Hakeemuddin Zulqarnain Saheb
Parents Saiyedna Yusuf Nuruddin Saheb
Marhooma Maa Saheba Khadeejat ul-Kubra Mithibu binte Rajabali

Abu Hatim Ṭayyib Ziyā'u d-Dīn (born August 6, 1932), full name Saiyedna Abu Haatim Taiyeb Ziyauddin Saheb and personal name Taiyyeb,Yaqubali, is the 44th Dā‘ī al-Muṭlaq, "the absolute or unrestricted missionary", of the Alavi Bohra,[1][2] a minority group of Ismā‘īlī Shī‘ah Muslims. Since he assumed the position in 1974, the Alavi Bohra community has progressed both locally and internationally in education, economic prosperity, religion, and in the awareness among its youth of the group's identity and religious roots.

Saiyedna saheb was born in 1932 to Saiyedna Yusuf Nuruddin Saheb(a.q.), the 43rd Da'i-e-Mutlaq, and Marhooma Maa Saheba Khadeejat ul-Kubra Mithibu binte Rajabali, and became Alavi Bohra's Da'i al-Mutlaq in 1974. His teacher was the 42nd Da'i-e-Mutlaq Saiyedna Fida'ali Badruddin Saheb. In 1975 (1395 AH), Abu Haatim performed the Hajj with 27 followers, the same number that was present with Sy.Shamsuddin Ali bin Ibrahim Shaheed(a.q.) in Ahmedabad during the mutiny by the usurper of Ahl-e-Motaghallib. He performed the Hajj again in 1992 (1412 AH), making him the only Da'i to date who has performed the Hajj twice. Throughout 2000, he visited Karbala, Shaam, Najaf, Kufa, Bait ul-Muqaddas, Cairo, and Yemen in a comprehensive tour, making him the first Mansoor ul-Yamane and Zaair il-Mashhadain il-'Azeemain to do so. Additionally, despite health problems, Abu Haatim, accompanied by Karam-e-Rehmani and Roohani Taaeed from Imam uz-Zamaan, accomplished the Taiyebi Daur, the most difficult portion of safar-e-mubaarak, successfully.

On December 27, 1984, at Masjid-e-Noorani, Abu Haatim appointed Mazoon ud-Da'wat, the eldest son of Abu Haatim, at the fourth Rabi-ul-Aakhar. Abu Haatim's name Ṭayyib is derived from the name of the 21st Imam, Ṭayyib, who went into seclusion in 1109 as a result of the tyranny and oppression imposed by the other communities in Cairo when he was four years old. Abu Haatim lives in Daar us-Salaam, Vadodara.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Alavi Bohra". Alavi Bohra. Archived from the original on 24 July 2011. Retrieved July 28, 2011. 
  2. ^ "What's caused divide between Alavi Bohras". The Indian Express (India). September 7, 2005. Retrieved July 28, 2011. 

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