Regarding Jaʻfar-i-Kadhdháb ('Jaʻfar the Liar')
by Bahá'u'lláhtranslated by Adib Masumian
In a Tablet to Mírzá Áqáy-i-Afnán, the Pen of the Most High—exalted be His glory—hath revealed:
 cf. Baháʼuʼlláh, Gems of Divine Mysteries, para. 47, note 7: “According to Shíʻih traditions, the twin cities of Jábulqá and Jábulsá are the dwelling place of the Hidden Imám (the Promised One), whence He will appear on the Day of Resurrection.”
 The brother of Imám Ḥasan ʻAskarí, known to Twelver Shíʻihs as “Jaʻfar-i-Kadhdháb” (“Jaʻfar the Liar”). For more information, refer to a similar Tablet from Baháʼuʼlláh: https://adibmasumian.com/translations/existence-of-qaim/ [Mirrored on site at https://bahai-library.com/bahaullah_masumian_existence_qaim]
 Qurʼán 11:18.
A scanned version of the complete Persian text of this Tablet appears below.