Hatim (Dawoodi Bohra)

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Hatim bin Ibrahim
Syedna Hatim Rauza 1.jpg
Syedna Hatim Mausoleum,
3rd Da'i al-Mutlaq
Predecessor Ibrahim bin Husain
Successor Ali Bin Syedna Hatim
Died 6 November 1199 AD
Al Hutaib, Yemen
Burial Al Hutaib, Yemen

Hatim bin Ibrahim al-Hamidi[1] (died 16 Muharram 596 AH (6 November 1199 AD), Al-Hutaib, Yemen) was the third Da'i al-Mutlaq (Absolute Missionary) of the Taiyabi Musta‘lī Bohra Islam. He was of the Banu Hamdan tribe of Yemen and succeeded his father, the 2nd Dai Sayedna Ibrahim, to the religious post.

References[edit]

  • Daftary, Farhad, The Ismaili, Their History and Doctrine (Chapter -Mustalian Ismailism-p. 300-310)
  • Lathan, Young, Religion, Learning and Science
  • Bacharach, Joseph W. Meri, Medieval Islamic Civilisation
  • Daftary, Farhad, Sayyida Hurra: The Isma‘ili Sulayhid Queen of Yemen
  • Hamdani, Abbas. The Dai Hatim ibn Ibrahim al Hamidi and his Book 'Tuhfat al Qulub'. Oriens. XXIII/XXIV. pp. 258–300. 

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Shia Islam titles
Preceded by
Ibrahim bin Husain
3rd Dai al-Mutlaq
1162 AD-1199 AD
Succeeded by
Ali Bin Syedna Hatim