Hashemites: Awan, Sayyid, Senussi, Kingdom of Libya, Safavid Dynasty Family Tree, Imams of Yemen, Dhund Abbasi

 
9781157698838: Hashemites: Awan, Sayyid, Senussi, Kingdom of Libya, Safavid Dynasty Family Tree, Imams of Yemen, Dhund Abbasi
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 209. Not illustrated. Chapters: Awan, Sayyid, Senussi, Kingdom of Libya, Safavid Dynasty Family Tree, Imams of Yemen, Dhund Abbasi, Ali Al-Uraidhi Ibn Ja'far Al-Sadiq, Sharif of Mecca, Hashemite, Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen, Yahya Ibn Umar, Banu Hashim, Kingdom of Iraq, Hashmi Syed, Descendants of Ali Ibn Abi Talib, Zaidi, Alid, Family Tree of Muhammad, Sharif Al-Murtaza, List of Kings of Jordan, Rizvi, Syeds Naqvi, Al Mosawi, Family Tree of Ali, Alavi, Alavids, Rassids, Moosavi, Daudpota, Muhammad Ibn Ja'far Al-Sadiq, Abdullah Al-Aftah Ibn Ja'far Al-Sadiq, Hashim Ibn Abd Manaf, King of Syria, Al-Sharif Al-Radi, Jafri, List of Sultans of Brunei, Family Tree of Shaiba Ibn Hashim, Hashimites of Kakori, Sadaat Amroha, Kazmi, Kingdom of Hejaz, Jasgam, Abidi, Muhammad Ibn Abdullah Al-Aftah, Sadr, Banu Ukhaidhir, Muhammad Ibn Qasim, Muhammad Ibn Ali Al-Hadi, Mousavi, Al-Zaidi, Marashi, Sadat, Hussaini. Excerpt: Awan (Urdu: , Punjabi Gurmukhi ), is a South Asian Zamindar tribe, putatively of Arab origin, living predominantly in northern, central, and western parts of Punjab, Pakistan. The Awans subscribe to the belief that they are the descendants of the fourth Caliph, Ali (though the bulk of those belonging to the tribe are not Shias), and as such, a number adopt the title, Alvi particularly those who migrated from East Punjab to Pakistan - although not all of those who refer to themselves as Alvi are Awans. Most Awans maintain (and have always maintained) they are descended from an individual named Qutb Shah, a ruler of Herat and a general in the army of Mahmud of Ghazni, who himself was a Hashemite descendant of the Prophet Muhammad's cousin and son-in-law, Ali (but by a wife other than the Prophet's daughter, Fatimah). It is asserted that Qutb Shah and six of his sons accompanied and assisted Mahmud in his early eleventh century ...

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