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    Default Family tree from Prophet Muhammad to PRESENT DAY HABIBS

    Salam brothers and sisters, I worked on something out of my own time because i enjoy looking into the history of Islam etc.

    I designed a VERY rough family tree going from Ka'b to present day Habib Umar and Habib Al Jifri which is roughly about 40 generations.

    It is not meant to be very neat or scholarly work, i did it in quick time out of enjoyment.

    NOTE: It does not include every single person, that would take much much longer, but I think it has all the key people that had children etc.

    Please have a look at it and tell me what you think, if I made any mistakes please let me know.

    Salam brothers and sisters.
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    O world, try to deceive someone else. Are you trying to tempt me or attract me? No way! I divorce you irrevocably. Your time is short and you are insignificant. Alas! The provision is little, the journey is long and the way is lonely." (Ali Ibn Abi Talib)


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    Default Re: Family tree from Prophet Muhammad to PRESENT DAY HABIBS

    MashAllah!

    Thanx for sharing

    I have mine from Prophet Adam (AS) to me :P


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    Mashallah just had a quick scan and it looks good.
    Does it include Sheikh Mohammed Yaquobi in the tree? His lineage can be traced through the great Mawlay Idris al-Anwar who built the city of Fes, a descendant of Sayyiduna al-Hasan the Second, who is the son of Sayyiduna al-Hasan (may Allah be pleased with him), the grandson of the Prophet (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) and son of Sayyiduna Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah ennoble his countenance).
    "....perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you;
    and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you.
    And Allah Knows, while you know not."
    (Al Baqarah: 216)


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    Default Re: Family tree from Prophet Muhammad to PRESENT DAY HABIBS

    Quote Originally Posted by silentflute View Post
    Mashallah just had a quick scan and it looks good.
    Does it include Sheikh Mohammed Yaquobi in the tree? His lineage can be traced through the great Mawlay Idris al-Anwar who built the city of Fes, a descendant of Sayyiduna al-Hasan the Second, who is the son of Sayyiduna al-Hasan (may Allah be pleased with him), the grandson of the Prophet (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) and son of Sayyiduna Ali ibn Abi Talib (may Allah ennoble his countenance).
    No... the tree i designed in this case was just to go through to Habib Al Jifri and Habib Umar. But it can be added to account for any other well known Shaykhs who are part of that blessed lineage.
    O world, try to deceive someone else. Are you trying to tempt me or attract me? No way! I divorce you irrevocably. Your time is short and you are insignificant. Alas! The provision is little, the journey is long and the way is lonely." (Ali Ibn Abi Talib)


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    Quote Originally Posted by XTREME View Post
    MashAllah!

    Thanx for sharing

    I have mine from Prophet Adam (AS) to me :P
    MashAllah, How did you manage that brother?
    O world, try to deceive someone else. Are you trying to tempt me or attract me? No way! I divorce you irrevocably. Your time is short and you are insignificant. Alas! The provision is little, the journey is long and the way is lonely." (Ali Ibn Abi Talib)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuffs View Post
    MashAllah, How did you manage that brother?
    Jazak Allah brother!

    Well, got names from Prophet Adam AS to Hazrat Ali RA from Maulana Tariq Jameel bayan & names from Hazrat Ali RA to my great grand father from my uncle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by XTREME View Post
    Jazak Allah brother!

    Well, got names from Prophet Adam AS to Hazrat Ali RA from Maulana Tariq Jameel bayan & names from Hazrat Ali RA to my great grand father from my uncle.
    Wait, are you related to the Messenger (Peace and blessings be upon him)?
    O world, try to deceive someone else. Are you trying to tempt me or attract me? No way! I divorce you irrevocably. Your time is short and you are insignificant. Alas! The provision is little, the journey is long and the way is lonely." (Ali Ibn Abi Talib)


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    Akhi, i need your help on something, i am from a tribe thats called Bani Is'haaq that reside in the northern part of Somalia. Us Somalis who are from the tribe of Is'haaq , believed that we are descendents and members of the Ahlul-Bayt.
    The founder of this tribe passed away not too long ago. Sheikh Is'haaq ibn Ahmad (Rahimahullah) was a Arab scholar who was a descendent of Ali Ibn Abu Talib and was born in Hadhramaut, his father was born in Madina al-Munwara, and his Grandfather Muhammad bin Hussein was born in Samara, Iraq.

    1. Isaaq

    1. إسحاق

    2. bin Ahmed

    2. بن احمد

    3. Bin Mohammed

    3. بن محمد

    4. Bin Hussien

    4. بن حسين

    5. Bin Ali

    5. بن علي

    6. Bin Mudhar

    6. بن المطهر

    7. Bin Abdalla

    7. بن عبد الله

    8. Bin Ayup

    8. بن ايوب

    9. Bin Mohammed

    9. بن محمد

    10. Bin Qasim

    10. بن قاسم

    11. Bin Ahmed

    11. بن احمد

    12. Bin Ali

    12. بن علي

    13. Bin Eisa

    13. بن عيسى

    14. Bin Yahya

    14. بن يحيى

    15. Bin Mohammed Al Taqi

    15. بن محمد التقي

    16. Bin Ali Al Hadi

    16. بن علي الهادي

    17. Bin Mohammed Al Jawad

    17. بن محمدالجواد

    18. Bin Ali Al Reda

    18. بن علي الرضا

    19. Bin Musa Al Kathim

    19. موسى الكاظم

    20. Bin Jafar Al Sadiq

    20. بن جعفر الصادق

    21. Bin Mohammed Al Baqir

    21. بن محمدالباقر

    22. Bin Ali Zainal Al Abiden

    22. بن علي زين العابدين

    23. Bin Imam Al Hussien

    23. بن الامام الحسين

    24. Bin Ali

    and he (Shaykh Is'haaq) passed away in 727 AH, i count 20-22 generations to him, as traditonally our tribe teach each other the names of their father to preserve the lineage.
    Akhi is this believable and accurate?
    This is his tomb in the northern coast of Somalia facing Yemen, a small town call Maydh, the structure of his tomb has'nt been changed since it was constructed almost 800 years ago.
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    This is inside his tomb, one of his descendents is the tomb keeper and you can see the beautiful noor coming in

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    For more information on this tribe read the thread i created about it.
    http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/show...n-)&highlight=
    Wasalamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi wa barakat


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    This is my lineage count
    I've believed in this ever since i was young, and so did my father and my father's father.
    There is no doubt in my soul, i just wanted to hear what it sounds from another akhi.

    1.--------- ( Name hidden for privacy purposes)
    2.---------
    3.---------
    4.---------
    5.---------
    6.--------
    7/Nuur Ibn Kool
    8. Kool ibn Gadiid
    9. Gadiid ibn Yoonis
    10. Yoonis ibn Nuuh
    11. Nuuh ibn Ismaa'il
    12. Ismaa'il ibn Jabriil
    12 Jibril ibn Hussein
    14. Hussein ibn Abu Bakr
    15. Abu Bakr ibn Ishaq
    16. Ishaq ibn Sa'ad
    17. Sa'ad ibn Musa
    18. Musa ibn Subeer
    19. Subeer ibn AbdalRahman
    20. Abdalrahman ibn Ishaq
    21. Ishaq ibn Ahmad
    22. Ahmad ibn Muhammad
    23. Muhammad ibn Hussein
    24. Hussein ibn Ali
    25. Ali ibn Mudhar
    26. Mudhar ibn Abdallah
    27. Abdallah ibn Ayub
    28. Ayub ibn Muhammad
    29. Muhammad ibn Qaasim
    30. Qaasim ibn Ahmad
    31. Ahmad ibn Ali
    32. Ali ibn Isa
    33. Isa ibn Yahya
    34. Yahya ibn Muhammad Al- Taqi
    35. Muhammad Al- Taqi ibn Ali Al Hadi
    36. Ali Al Hadi ibn Muhammad Al Jawad
    37. Muhammad Al Jawad ibn Ali Al Reyda
    38. Ali Al Reyda ibn Musa Al Kathim
    39. Musa Al Kathim ibn Jafar Al-Saddiq
    40. Jafar Al Saddiq ibn Muhammad Al Baqri
    41. Muhammad Al Baqri ibn Ali Zainal Abidin
    42. Ali Zainal Abidin ibn Imam Hussein (R.A)
    43. Imam Hussein ibn Ali Karamullahu wajhu
    44. Ali ibn Abu Talib Karamullahu wajhu


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    Default Re: Family tree from Prophet Muhammad to PRESENT DAY HABIBS

    I searched how much years is one generation, the answer is 33 for men

    I multiplied 33 x 43 and the answer is 1419, which is accurate since 1400 years ago was the life time of Ali ibnu Abu Talib RA and Rasullalahi Habiballah Salalahu Alayhi wasalam

    Is this accurate enough ya akhi.

    I think the reason why Shaykh Habib Ali Al Jufri may Allah preserve him counts 33, is because not all ancestors or men have the same life span, some die at 89, some day at 40, if i count 40+ and still result with the same year 1400+ then this means my ancesotrs life span were short laakin Allahu A3lam Ya akhi, i ask you this because you seem an expert in this criteria.


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