Historical Confederate Statemanship

In honor and memory of the Confederation´s founder 
Muhammad ibn Hasan ibn Ali Al Mahdi (ra)

Titles

Emperor (Caliph) of the Rashidun Empire
Emperor (Caliph) of the Alid Empire
Crown Prince of the Abbasid Empire
Sultan of Princes (Sultan ul Sadaat) of Termez
Prince of Princes (Sayyid ul Sadaat) of Balkh
Prince (Mir) of Bukhara
Prince (Sheikh) of Wakhsh 
Royal Wezir of Kashmir and Punjab
Prince (Sardar) of Afghanistan
Prince (Shahzada) of Mughal India
Prince (Shahzada) of Timurid Persia
Prince (Shahzada) of Hotaki Persia
Guardian of the Qadiri Naqshbandi faith

The Qadiriyya Naqshbandi Confederation

His Imperial Highness

Hazrat Ishaan

Prince Mahmud bin Sharifuddin
(1563-1642)
Lord of Bukhara and Kashmir
Mughal Kingmaker
(paternal and maternal ancestor of Prince Raphael in the 12th generation.

His Majesty

Sultan Abdul Qadir Gilani
(600-661)

Founder of the Qadiriyya Order
(Paternal and maternal ancestor of Prince Raphael by closest in the 23rd generation)

His Royal Highness

Sayyid Raphael Dakik
(b.1998)

Afghan Prince (Sardar)
International Lobbyist

Current Active Imperial duties:

  • Leader of the Qadiri Naqshbandi Faith
  • Head of Political Parties promoting Qadiri-Naqshbandi Imperialism
  • Head of Governments in Exile

Countries found and ruled

Rashidun Empire

(610-661)

Musavi Fatimid Empire

(813-818)

Fatimid Emirate of Tabaristan

(864-1370)

Fatimid Emirate of Najd

(866-1051)

Ismaili Fatimid Empire

(909-1171)

Fatimid Emirate of Termez

(920-1370)

Fatimid Emirate of Balkh

(920-1823)

Fatimid Princedom of Bukhara

(1370-1823)

Autonomous Princedom of Wakhsh, Kashmir and Punjab

(1588-1774)

Fatimid Government in Exile of Afghanistan
(2014-present)

Intermarriage with Royal Families

Kingdom and Emirate of Afghanistan

(1823-1973)

Hotaki Persian Empire

(1709-1738)

Mughal Indian Empire

(1526-1854)

Timurid Persian Empire

(1370-1507)

Confederate Members Royal Non-Relatives

Ottoman Empire

Sultans were disciples of the House of Hazrat Ishaan

Durrani Empire

Shahs were disciples of the House of Hazrat Ishaan

Khanate Bukhara

Khans were disciples of the House of Hazrat Ishaan

Emirate Bukhara

Emirs were disciples of the House of Hazrat Ishaan

Abbasid Empire

Head of Bani Fatima
Intermarriage with Princesses

Ayyubid Empire

Sultans were disciples of the House of Hazrat Ishaan

Seljuk Empire

Sultans were disciples of the House of Hazrat Ishaan