Abul Qasim Husayn ibn Ruh al-Nawbakhti

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Command Justice · Forbid Evil
Love the family of Muhammad
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Abul Qasim Husayn ibn Ruh Nawbakhti (d. 326AH/937-38AD)[1] In Twelver Shia Islam, was the third of The Four Deputies appointed by twelfth and final Imam, Muhammad al-Mahdi, while he was in the Minor Occultation.[2]

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