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Abu Muhammad az-Zafir bi-amr Allah Isma'il ibn al-Hafiz (Arabic: أبو محمد الظافر بأمر الله إسماعيل بن الحافظ, February 1133 – March 1154), was a Fatimid caliph from 1149 to 1154, in Cairo. son of Al-Hafiz, 12th Fatimid Caliph, died 1154 and was the 22nd Imam of the Hafizi Ismaili sect. Al Zafir was killed by his Vizier/Chief Minister who was called Abbas.
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