Muhammad ibn Aqil

Muhammad ibn Aqil is claimed to be the ancestor of the Somali Darod clan, through his descendant Sheikh Abdirahman bin Is'mail al-Jaberti. He was the son of Aqeel ibn Abi Talib.

Ibn Aqil was killed at the Battle of Kerbala.


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