In one or two narrations, they named [Al- Nafs] âMuá¸¥ammad ibn al- Haá¹£anâ. But because they are weak in terms of document, they arenât reliable.
In most narrations, he wasnât pointed to by his real name. He was just pointed to, by the title or kind of that. They are such as:
1-Â Â Â Al- Nafs: This refers to the very Nafs al- Zakiyyah.
2-Â Â Â á¸¤arÄm [oppressed] Nafs: It means, killing such a pure and innocent person is illegal.
3-Â Â Â Al- Nafs al- Tayyibah1 al- Zakiyyah.
4-Â Â Â The young man who is of [Prophet] Muá¸¥ammad (pbuh&h)âs off spring.
5-Â Â Â Al- Dam al-á¸¤arÄm: It means, shedding his blood is illegal/unlawful.
1-Â Â Â Â Tayyibah means virtuous.
For more details, refer to the following book:
A Reflection on the certain signs of the Emergence, p. 228
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