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  • Indication of descent Sayyids are Arabs, and Sayyids in Asia are of Arab origin. The Sayyids are a branch of the tribe of Banu Hashim, a clan from the tribe of Quraish, which traces its lineage to Adnan, whose lineage traces back to the Prophet Ismael the son of the Prophet Ibrahim or Abraham. Some Muslims also use the term Sayyid for the descendants of Abu Talib, uncle of Muhammad, by his other sons: Jafar, , Aqeel and Talib. Sayyids often include the following titles in their names to indicate the fig... Read More

    September 17, 2011 at 2:55am
    I was surprised to learn that the last name Hashmi refers to children from Hazrat Imam Hassan RA
 
  • Sayyids in Yemen There are Shia and Sunni Sayyid families in Yemen, they include the Rassids, the Qasimids, the Mutawakkilites, the Hamideddins, Al-Zaidi of Ma'rib, Sana'a and Sa'dah, the Ba'Alawi sadah and Al-Saqqaf in Hadramauwt, Al-Wazir of Sana'a and others. Sayyids in Iraq There are sayyids in Iraq . 90%-95% of the Sayyids in Iraq are Shia Muslims. Many Sayyids in Iraq joined many Arab tribes centuries ago, especially in Southern Iraq. Because they used to be tortured and murdered, many Sayyids migrated fr... Read More

 
  • Sayyids in South Asia More than 14 million South Asians claim descent from the prophet, in South Asia, approximately 3% of the Muslim population of South Asia. Their ancestors migrated from different parts of the Arab world, Iran, Central Asia and Turkestan, during the invasion of Mongols and other periods of turmoil during the periods of Mahmud Ghaznavi, Delhi Sultanate and Mughals and until the late 19th century. Some early migrant Sayyids moved deep to the region of Deccan plateau in the time of the Bahmani ... Read More

 
  • I've been in and out of hospitals for the past ten years. Recently, my doctor, who is profound, has allowed me to change from lithium to depakote. The depakote was changed to 500mg at night and 1000mg in the morning. This was done after I was worried about the "pressure" I was experiencing in my head. Later, I found out this is more related to tension. I entered the hospital again for pain in my head. I believe this was what is termed "psychological pain." Yes or no, it feels sort of like phantom physical... Read More

 
  • Salaam Iss “gaawon” ka rukh karne ka shukriya. Tah e dil se shukar guzar hu keh koi bhoola bhatka rahi aaya to sahih…. Sath mein aap ki darkhwast manzoor karne mein jo naadanista taur par taakheer huwi, uss ke liya maazrat khwah hu. Darasal yeh website naseeb ab bud naseeb ho chukka hai aur ek nahin balkeh kai wajahoot hain iss ki. Ek waqt tha keh kisi ne dehleez par qadam rakha aur faurun qaasid aa kar itlaa kar deta tha lekin ab koi pursaane haal nahin iss website par. Who to ittefaqqan aaj apni email dekh... Read More

 
 
  • Hi , not writing a poem. I used to be on naseeb and write poems during 2005-6 (and are on here)and haven't been back since. I was depressed, out of work, and heartbroken. One of the reasons we writis, to release our pain..but alhamdulilah now i am married to a beautiful woman, have been working in the field i wanted to for years and am happy. Just letting anyone who is down, that things do turn around in life, if you have faith in Allah.

    September 27, 2010 at 1:39am
    Pain is best released creatively :) ... so write on
 
  • Hello. I am the granddaughter of Mohammed Muzzafar and Hafeez Uneesa Muzzafar who owned the town of Kalyani in Hyderabad deccan. Both of my parents were born in Hyderabadi, India and my father grew up in a mansion in hyderabad state and rode horses until he was 14. He was forced to move to karachi when he was 17. My father studied political science at Karachi University and mechanical engineering and then moved to the United States where he got a degree in mechanical engineering at the Detroit Institute of T... Read More

 
  • Mehwe Hairat Kahan hay too merey Khuda Kahan hay too merey Khuda Wo bhi aik waqt tha Tera Qurb jab naseeb tha Dua pe apni maan tha sawal ka jawab tha jo ghair ko na mil saka wo mera intisaab tha Ragoan mein jaisay khoon ho Too itna hi qareeb tha Deedar-e-mebuub-e-Khuda dil ka merey sukoon tha Ab kahaN hay too Khuda Sunay ga kab meri sada Zameen-o-Aasman sab teri azmatoaN kay hein nishaN SamandroaN ki har lehr Terey hi hukm par rawaaN charind aur parind bhi kareiN hamd teri hi bayaN Pahaar hein to sijda raiz ... Read More

    June 3, 2010 at 9:59am
    Ainie: Welcome back once again. Thanks for this lovely nazm
 
  • The Light and Islamic Review July-Sept Edition, 2007 The Last Prophet by Fazeel S. Khan Finality of Prophethood As explained by Sister Sarah in the previous lecture, prophets appeared in every nation - Almighty God, in His infinite mercy and justice, did not deprive any people of this most desirous blessing. These national prophets worked to morally uplift and spiritually regenerate the people they were sent to. By their personal example, these reformers showed their people how one can achieve ... Read More

 
 
  • * Al-Bukhari always loved to visit Madinah. Among the fruits of his visits to that blessed place was writing his book: ?The Big Book of History? which is considered the first book that comprises the names of the narrators of Prophetic narrations and the details of their lives. From that wonderful sacred spot, Al-Bukhari, may Allah have mercy on him, set out on a relentless endeavor to visit all the Islamic territories out of his love for compiling the Prophetic narrations. He travelled to Hijaaz (Saudi Arabia... Read More

    May 31, 2010 at 2:20am
    My fundamental tiff with Bukhari saheb, and Muslim saheb is that Islam was sent to make life easy and their compilations made life difficult for centuries for the common man, an...
 
  • The city of Bukhara (now in Islamic Uzbekistan) was located at that time in one of the greatest countries beyond the Transoxus (now Turkistan). Schools of knowledge where people could learn Arabic, the Qur?an, history, and Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) were spread throughout the city. The young boy, Muhammad Ibn Ismaa?eel Al-Bukhari, may Allah upon him, then set out to quench his thirst for knowledge from these sweet springs. Early in his life, he showed signs of intelligence that surprised everyone around him. ... Read More

 
  • The city of Bukhara (now in Islamic Uzbekistan) was located at that time in one of the greatest countries beyond the Transoxus (now Turkistan). Schools of knowledge where people could learn Arabic, the Qur?an, history, and Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) were spread throughout the city. The young boy, Muhammad Ibn Ismaa?eel Al-Bukhari, may Allah upon him, then set out to quench his thirst for knowledge from these sweet springs. Early in his life, he showed signs of intelligence that surprised everyone around him. ... Read More

 
  • Zikr e shab e firaaq se wehshat ussay bhi thii Meri tarah kisi se mohabbat ussay bhi thi Mujh ko bhi shauq tha naye chehron ki deed ka Raasta badal ke chalne ki aadat ussay bhi thi Uss raat der tuk woh raha mehve guftugu Masroof mein bhi kum tha, faraghat ussay bhi thi Sunta tha woh bhi sub se purani kahanaiyan Taaza rafaqataon ki zarurat ussay bhi thi Mujh se bichaRh ke sheher mein ghul mil gaya woh shakhs Haalankeh sheher bhar se raqabat ussay bhi thi Woh mujh se baRh kar zabt ka aadil tha... Read More

    June 3, 2010 at 9:57am
    Thanks for visiting. Just saw your comment as I am not getting alerts for the village
 
  • Phool thai, badal bhi thaa aur woh haseen surat bhi thi Dil mein lekin aur he ek shakal ki hasrat bhi thi Jo hava mein ghar banaye kaash koi dekhta Dasht mein rehte thai par taamir ki aadat bhi thi Keh gaya mein saamnay uss ke jo dil ka mudaa'aa Kuch to mausam bhi ajab tha kuch meri himmat bhi thi Ajnabi shehraon mein rehte umr saari kaT kayi Go zara se faasle par ghar ki har rahat bhi thi Kya qayamat hai "Munir" ab yaad bhi aatay nahin Woh puranay aashnaa jin se hamain ulfat bhi thi