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The Southern Gates of Arabia a Journey in the Hadbramaut

By: Freya Stark

...ed here and there with caves ofthe Fish Eaters," and " the country inland is peopled by rascally men who live in villages and nomadic camps, by whom t... ...bel Tair I535'N. 4i4o'E.) directly below which there are regions of peaceful people, nomadic, pas- turers of cattle, sheep and camels." Here he reache... ...tions in the cliff-bordered valley and narrow defiles of Hadhramaut, whose " people alone . . . and no other people among the Arabians behold the ince... ...ay of putting it. I was not ready to agree, and remarked that the Nasara are people of the Book. " Before the day of Judgement," I said, " they will b... ...e Indian fashion, chiefly used on the coast or by East Indian women whom the Hadhramis marry abroad. A straight fringe across the forehead is worn in ... ...thout danger, though a growing modern and secular movement, chiefly from the Hadhrami colonies oversea, is now undermining their influence. Our travel... ...soft-spoken, with a Malay cast of face common from the mixed marriages ofthe Hadhramis abroad. He had spent his boyhood at Port Darwin, in Australia, ... ...pect until recent times, when a modernist movement, started abroad among the Hadhrami emigrants, has begun to undermine their authority. After these h... ...s, seen from my lattice above, showed intohow many and how distant lands the Hadhrami has travelled. The philosophers go about in white, and the peopl...

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African people

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... African people by century ... ... African people by ethnic or national origin ... ... African people by occupation ... ... African people by period ... ... African people by political orientation ... ... Hadhrami people ... ... Hadhrami people ...

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The Races of Europe

By: Stevens Coon Carleton

...s placed upon the racial identification and classification of living white peoples. If there is one consistent theme in this book, it is that physical... ...k, however, were taken by the author, with the generous assistance of many people. These include especially Miss Marion Black- well, director of the I... ... Bowles, for the preparation of Map 16, and for information concerning the peoples of Iran, Afghanistan, and India; Professor Kirk Bryan, for informat... ...-104 (8) THE DANUBIAN CULTURE BEARERS 104-107 (9) THE CORDED OR BATTLE-AXE PEOPLE 107-109 (10) THE NEOLITHIC IN THE BRITISH ISLES 109-113 (11) WESTERN... ...e Malay to Islam, and probably even earlier. The cultural influence of the Hadhramis on the Malay States and Indonesia has been profound, and, to a le... ...the reverse is true. From the racial standpoint, however, the few thousand Hadhramis have made little impress on the millions of Malays, while the mer... ...ose of the coarse type nearly mesorrhine (N. I. = 68.1). In skin color the Hadhramis are definitely darker than the Mediterranean Yemenis. The exposed... ...n the Mediterranean Yemenis. The exposed hue of the fine type and with the Hadhrami costume most of the skin is exposed is light to medium brown, rang... ... Alpine, we obtain, by the same principle, the finely featured, beak-nosed Hadhrami. It is possible that the short-statured, low-vaulted, relatively b...

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Arab people

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...Arab people include: people from the Arab world before present-day nationalities were carved out... ... before present-day nationalities were carved out (including many medieval people); people from the Arab world who did not se... ... self-identify with any more precise nationality; people from the Arab world whose nationality is not indicated in the articl... ...ose nationality is not indicated in the article People from the modern country of Saudi Arabia fall under Category:Saudi Ar... ... from the modern country of Saudi Arabia fall under Category:Saudi Arabian people. Groups from pre-Islamic Arabia fall under Categ... ... Hadhrami people ... ... Hadhrami people ...

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Southern Arabia

By: Bent, J. Theodore (James Theodore), 1852-1897; Bent, Theodore, Mrs., D. 1929

...ly around us a quaint, unknown world of the present, more pleasing to most people than anything pertaining to the past. The group of islands known as ... ... * when I was in Home.' Abdullah always saj^s cimck and never throiv ; and people i^ 1 MANAMAH AND MOHAEEK 3 unused to him would not take in that ... ...ah. Complete uncertainty existed as to the origin of these mounds, and the people who constructed them, but, from classical references and the result ... ...de mercantile connection : and in those days the Phoenicians were the only people likely to combine in their commerce ostrich egg-shells and ivory. We... ...heir money from the Straits Settlements, for it has been the custom of the Hadhrami to leave their own sterile country to seek their fortunes abroad. ... ...s abroad. The Nizam of Hyderabad has an Arab regiment composed entirely of Hadhrami, and the Sultan Nawasjung, the present head of the Al Kaiti family... ...worn by thesewomenwhen in the fields contributes with the mask to make the Hadhrami females as externally repulsive as the most jealous of husbands co... ... told us a famous plan they have in this country for making a fortune. Two Hadhrami set out for India together, a father and son, or two brothers. The... ...f a truth, religion and fanaticism are together so deeply engrained in the Hadhrami, that anything like friendly intercourse with the people is at pre...

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Libyan people

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...lims, Christianity, Judaism (all residing outside the country) The Libyan people reside in Libya, a country locat... ...oenicians, Black Africans (especially in the South of the country) and other North African, Asian and European peoples. The 2012 worldwide Libyan popu... ... Genetics and population According to the census conducted in the 2000s, most of the people of Libya are primarily Arab or a... ...is indicates that most Libyans (North Africans in the general) are more racially linked with the Mediterranean peoples of southern Europe than with th... ...ibyans that live in Libya, more than a million are immigrants. It is very difficult to determine the number of people of a given culture, as the Tuare... ... Palestinian people Hadhrami people ...

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Mohammed and Mohammedanism, Critically Considered

By: Koelle, Sigismund Wilhelm

...101-104 11. Mohammed succeeds in gaining a number of partisans amongst the people of Medina, 104-107 12. The spread of Islam amongst the people of Med... ...nconvinced by their words and acts of the Divine mission they claimed, the people proffer them unacceptable demands, which are not granted, and only w... ...ich are not granted, and only widen the breach between the prophet and the people, 297-299 24. Both of them came in contact with spirits from the unse... ...een world, who recognised, honoured, and obeyed them more readily than the people of this world to whom they addressed themselves, 299-302 25. Both of... ... was lying in ambush, a small caravan of the Koreish, headed by Amr Ibn el Hadhrami, was passing by, earring dried grapes, leather, and other goods. I... ...rs taken by the Moslems, the spoil of Nakhla their first booty, and Amr el Hadhrami the first man killed by them. Nice first-fruits these, which usher... ...Thumama Ibn Uthal, and to Hawza Ibn AH, the Princes of Yemama ; Ala Ibn el Hadhrami, to Munzir Ibn Sawa, the Prince of Bahrein ; Shuja Ibn Wahb, to El... ...510, 522. Akil Ibn Abu Talib, 438. Akrima, 434. Aksa, 304, 306. Ala Ibn el Hadhrami, 224, 333. Albania, 481. Alexander, 133. Alexandria, 194, 195, 289... ...abia, 404, 405. Amnesty, 202. Amr Ibn Aas or As, 6, 166, 198, 200, 333- El Hadhrami. 144. Omeia, 332. Anemone, 505. Angel, 18, 150, 232, 248, 298, 299...

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Bahrani people

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... Twelver Shia Islam The Bahrani people or Baharna (Arabic: بحراني ، بحارنة‎) are an ethnoreligious group wh... ...lect exhibits Akkadian, Aramaic and Syriac features.[13][14] The sedentary people of pre-Islamic Bahrain were Aramaic speakers and to some degree Pers... ... The term Bahrani serves to distinguish the Bahrani people from other Shias in Bahrain, such as the ethnic Persian Bahrainis wh... ...stry is diverse as some word variants spoken in the dialects of the native people of the villages of Bani Jamra and A'ali are only used in places as f... ... Bahrain (historical region) Bahrani People List of Bahranis ... ... Hadhrami people ...

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Mohammed and Mohammedanism, Critically Considered

By: Sigismund Wilhelm Koelle

..."'104- II: Mohammed succeeds in gaining a number of partisans amongst the people of Medina, • 104"'1 0 7 12. The spread of Islam amongst the" people... ...onvinced by their words and acts of the- Divine mission they claimed, the people protTer them unacceptable demands, which are not granted, and only ... ...h are not granted, and only widen the breach between the prophet and the people, . 297 -299 24- Both of them came iD contact with spirits &om the u... ... world. who recognised, ·honoured, and obeyed them more readily than the people bf this world to whom they addressed themselves, 299-302 25. Both o... ...as lying in ambush, a small caravan of the Koreish, headed by Amr Ibn el Hadhrami, was passing by, earring dried grapes, leather, and other goods. ... ... taken by the Moslems, the spoil of Nakhla their first booty, and Amr el Hadhrami the first man killed by them. Nice first-fruits these, which ushe... ...umama Ibn Uthal, and to Hawza Ibn Ali, the Princes of Yemama; Ala Ibn el Hadhrami, to Munzir Ibn Sawa, the Prince of Bahrein; Shuja Ibn Wahb, to EI... .... • :\.kil Ibn Abu Talib, 43B. Akrima, 434. Aksa, 304, 306. Ala Ibn el Hadhrami, 224, 333. Albania, 4B I. Alexander, 133. Alexandria, 194, 195,... ... 40 5. Amnesty, 202. Amr Ibn Aas or As, 6, 166, 198, 200, 333· ---- EI Hadhrami, 144. ---- Omeia, 332. Anemone, 505. Angel, 18, 150, 232 , 248,...

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Semitic people

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... extended cultures and ethnicities, as well as the history of these varied peoples as associated by close geographic and linguistic distribution.[1] T... ...the word "Semite" may be used to refer to any member of any of a number of peoples of ancient Middle East including the Akkadians, Assyrians, Arameans... ... 2 History 3 Semitic-speaking peoples 4 Languages ... ...A Semite is a member of any of various ancient and modern Semitic-speaking peoples, mostly originating in the Near East, including; Akkadians (Assyria... ...erring to a person is Semite. The concept of "Semitic" peoples is derived from Biblical accounts of the origins of the cultures kn... ... Hadhrami people ...

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The Life of Mahomet

By: Dermenghem, Emile, 1872; Yorke, Arabella

...g, nothing," stammered the poor slave. " I only wanted to hear the details of what he was saying." The people of Yathrib had awaited the coming of Mah... ...g." The people of Yathrib had awaited the coming of Mahomet for some time. They knew that with his own people, the Emigrants (Mohajiruri), he had fled... ...imself from the idolaters, who wore their hair parted in the centre, and to associate himself with the People of the Book, both Jew a.nd Christian. Hi... ...under a turban his countenance beamed with a majestic radiance at the same time impressive and gentle. People felt that this inspired man was born to ... ...ble power, and even his misfortunes which brought him to them for shelter. These generous and indolent people clung to him all the more because he nee... ...e found at Marwa near the workshop of a Greek sword-maker, Jabr, one of the slaves of the 'Amir ben el Hadhrami. This artisan and his friend Yasar, an... ... . Amina (Sa'id's wife), 98 'Amir (Banu), 131, 232, 233, 313 'Amir ben Fohai'ra, 147, 150 'Amir ben el Hadhrami, 104, 184 'Amir (the guide), 305 Amos,...

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Yemeni diaspora

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... People of Yemeni descent ... ... Azmatkhan H Hadhrami people W ... ...n H Hadhrami people W Wula... ... Categories Arab diaspora Yemeni people Subcategories This category ha... ... People of Yemeni descent ... ... Azmatkhan H Hadhrami people W ... ...n H Hadhrami people W Wula...

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The History of the Mohammedan Dynasties in Spain Volume Ii

By: De Gayangos, Pascual

...al The Berbers desert his cause Al-k&sim regains possession of Cordova The people rise against him, and expel him from the city Al-k&sim goes to Sevil... ... at Malaga Troubles in Castile Rival factions in Granada Discontent of the people The Christians take Albania The Moslems try to retake it Fail in the... ... .......... Ixxii Reign of Al-mamun, son of Al-mansur.......... Ixxiii The people of Valencia, Murcia, and the eastern provinces of Andalus, proclaim ... ...i Abi Hafss. Arrival at Tunis of messengers bringing the allegiance of the people of Seville and other great cities . Ixxviii Chronological and Geneal... ...abi'ah Ibn Kays Al-hameli, Abu 'Abdi-r-rahman Al-jobeli, Zeyd Ibn Na'im Al-hadhrami, Sufydn Ibn Hani Al- jeyshani, Sa'id Ibn Semar As-sebdyi, &c. Ther... ...n of Algesiras. There were, again, in Andalus families with the patronymic Hadhrami, from Hadhra-maut; these abounded most in Murcia, Granada, Seville... ...followers treacherously slew him. or nay) fit iim Hayyat l8 Ibn Mulabis Al-hadhrami, governor of Seville, 'Abdu-1-ghaffar Ibn Hamid Al-yohssebi, gover... ... given by the historian of Africa, Abu Zeyd 'Abdu-r-rahmdn Ibn Khaldiin Al-hadhrami. " The Beni Nasr were originally " from Arjiinah (Arjona), a castl... ...r judge to the army [of Spain]. He was succeeded by Mu'dwiyah Ibn S61eh Al-hadhrami Al-hemsi (from Emessa), whom 'Abdu-r-rahman sent to Syria for the ...

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Bin Laden family

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Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien : Volume 32

By: Anthropologische Gesellschaft in Wien

...31 [55; iii.') [51] [66] 311 Toldt, Dr. Karl jun.: Vorfiihruog eines Hadhrami· uod eines Sokotri-Mannes Weisbach: Literaturbericht. . . . . . .... ...bliofilo }'ilipino. I, 04. 3) Worcester, The Philippine Islands and their People. New-York 1899. pag. 201. 4) Christian, The Caroline Islands. Trave... ...dig und seines Zeichens Handelsmann. Er spricht ausschliellIieh arabisch (Hadhrami). Sein Vater ist aus Hadhraml1t, die Mutter aber stammt aus dem b... ...ortretend, Wangen eingesenkt. Der Bart fehlt im Gegensatze zu den anderen Hadhrami, welche zumeist Uppigen Bartwuchs haben, bis auf den ganz spiir­ l... ...d von heilerem Temperament. Er ist gleich groll, wie der eben besprochene Hadhrami-Mann, ziemlich kraftig und derbknochig gebaut und hal eine unterse... ...nd seh,~ lang und zwar beinahe um 20 em langer, als die des gleich grolien Hadhrami-Mannesj wahrend zur besonderen Lange des Armes aile drei Ahschnit...

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Arab diaspora

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... People of Arab descent ... ...emigration H Hadhrami people P Palestinian d... ...n H Hadhrami people P Palestinian diaspora ... ... People of Arab descent ... ...emigration H Hadhrami people P Palestinian d... ...n H Hadhrami people P Palestinian diaspora ...

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Mitteilungen : Volume 31-32

By: Anthropologische Gesellschaft in Wien

...ibliofilo Filipino. I, 54. •') Woreester, The Philippine Islands and their People. New-York 1899, pag. 201. •) Christian, The Caroline Islands. Travel... ...ledig und seines Zeichens Handelsmann. Er spricht ausschließlich arabisch (Hadhrami). Sein Vater ist aus Hadhramüt, die Mutter aber stammt aus dem ben... ...t, wenn er auch nicht reinrassig ist, doch im wesentlichen den Typus eines Hadhrami. Muhammad ist sehr intelligent, gutmülhig und ernst veranlagt. Er ... ...vortretend, Wangen eingesenkt. Der Bart fehlt im Gegensatze zu den anderen Hadhrami, welche zumeist üppigen Bartwuchs haben, bis auf den ganz spär- li... ...und von heiterem Temperament. Er ist gleich groß, wie der eben besprochene Hadhrami-Mann, ziemlich kräftig und derbknochig gebaut und hat eine unterse... ...der Hochstand seiner Schulterhöhe gegenüber den abschüssigen Schultern des Hadhrami. Die Interdigitalfalten sind ziemlich stark entwickelt. Füße plump...

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Sayyid Abu Bakr Al-Aidarus

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...kr Al-Aidarus (also spelled as Al-Aidrus, Al-Aydarus or Al-Idrus) is the name of several Hadhrami people: Abu Bakr al-Ay... ...arus (also spelled as Al-Aidrus, Al-Aydarus or Al-Idrus) is the name of several Hadhrami people: Abu Bakr al-Aydarus (14...

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Mitteilungen : Volume 50-52

By: Anthropologische Gesellschaft in Wien

...talia. XVI, 1886. Die Körpergröße der Tiroler. XXI, 1891. Zur Somatologie der Tiroler. XXIV, 1894. — — Hadhrami- und ein Sokotrie-Mann. XXXII, 1902. Ü... ...s Cäcilie, Frauenleben im Reiche der Azteken {F. Röd<) 156 Smith E. W. and Dale A. M., The llaspeaking peoplesof Northern Rhodesia {Marianne Schmidt) ... ...nicated in Persian by John Rawlins. Asiatic Researches, II, 1799, S. 193. - G. E. Frycr, On the Khyeng people of Sandoway, Arakan, Journ. of the As. S... ...Bd. LI, 1921. 20 150 LITEKATURBERICHTE. 26. Smith, Rev. E. W. and Dale, Capt. A. M.: The IIa speaking peoples of Northern Rhodesia. In iwo voluines. ... ...ccim". in toimituksia T. 1. Helsinski 1920. " Smith, Edwin E. & Andrew Murray Dale, Tlic lla-speakiiig Peoples of Northern Rliodcsia. London 1920. 2 B... ...uirigua, Guatemala. (Ebda. 1916, pp. 447 -46<1) Fewkes, W. J., A prehistoric Mesa Verde Pueblo and its people. (Ebda. 1916, pp. 461 -488.) Willoughby,...

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Abdullah al-Aydarus

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...nized as al-Aidrus, al-Aidroos, al-Aydarus, al-Edrus or al-Idrus) is the name of several people of Hadhrami heritage: ʿA... ...l-Aidrus, al-Aidroos, al-Aydarus, al-Edrus or al-Idrus) is the name of several people of Hadhrami heritage: ʿAbdullāh ib...

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Oesterreichische Monatsschrift für den Orient : Volume 13

By: Österreichisches Handelsmuseum; Österreichische Orient und Übersee Gesellschaft, Vienna

... place in the administration of the Government before the condition of the people can be ameliorated"' . Das warme Interesse für die Bevölkerung des L... ...itische Aspira- tionen können hier niemals Boden finden. Mekka ist für den Hadhrami von Java nicht mehr das Mekka des Kleinasiaten, Egypters oder Jeme...

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Hadhramaut

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...n currently retained in Hadhramaut Governorate of the Republic of Yemen. The people of Hadhramaut are called Hadhrami s and speak Hadhrami Arabic ... ...ut Governorate of the Republic of Yemen. The people of Hadhramaut are called Hadhrami s and speak Hadhrami Arabic . Etymology The origin of the na... ..."), the reason being that whenever he entered a battle, there were always many people who died. Another theory is that after the destruction of Thamū... ...nd Mahra in their entirety as well as parts of the Shabwah Governorate . The Hadhramis live in densely built towns centered on traditional watering ... ...densely built towns centered on traditional watering stations along the wadis. Hadhramis harvest crops of wheat and millet, tend date palm and c... ...eir Islamic observance and highly respected in religious and secular affairs. Hadhrami diaspora Since the early 19th century, large-scale Hadhramaut... ...early 19th century, large-scale Hadhramaut migration has established sizable Hadhrami minorities all around the Indian Ocean, Engseng Ho, , Univer... ... Protectorate including Hadramaut became an independent Communist state, the People's Republic of South Yemen, later the People's Democratic Republi...

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Arabian Highlands

By: H. St. J. B. Philby

... object of "developing a wide interest in the Middle East among the American people through dis- seminating accurate knowledge regarding it." To this ... ... always tried to be scrupulously accurate in all that I say about places and people. Of course we all make mistakes at times quondam dormitat Homerusl... ...ict in 1918 had been but a few months after the only cheerful experience the people had known from that day to the time of my second visit. That was t... ...d plenty of food in the renewed pastures. There was a curious sadness in the people's satisfaction. So long had they known despair, they scarcely dare... ...ract isknown as al Kadara and mostly belonged by purchase to an enterprising Hadhrami, Muhammad Yahaya al 'Awadh, who had built himself and his family... ...a- tion, beyond which we reached the well and small hamlet of Dar al Suda. A Hadhrami pilgrim from Hajarain was resting here on our arrival with his s... ...to do either of these THE QUNFIDHA PROVINCE 689 marches on my own feet. The Hadhrami and his man, however, had walked all the way from Maidi, nearly ... ...pean countries. The trade of the town is largely in the hands of Indians and Hadhramis, and I was told there were thirty families of the former and fi... ... reddish colour, with scores of cattle herons in attendance. An enterprising Hadhrami shopkeeper had set up a booth here by the wayside in a clump of ...

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Syarif Masahor

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...Malayan contexts)[1] (died 1890 in Selangor) was a famous Malay warrior of Hadhrami descent[2] in Sarikei, Sarawak state, Malaysia during the Brooke W... ...was very influential and respected due to both his charisma in uniting the people of different races and beliefs, and also due to his lineage. ... ... this attack, officers Charles Fox and Henry Steele were killed by Melanau people led by Sawing and Sakalai. This angered the British people throughou... ...e British people throughout Kuching following the rebellion by the Chinese people. In early 1860, Masahor ordered Temenggung Hayim... ... ^ Ulrike Freitag, W. G. Clarence-Smith (1997). Hadhrami Traders, Scholars, and Statesmen in the Indian Ocean, 1750s-1960s:... ... 1890 deaths Malaysian rebels People from Sarawak Kingdom of Sarawak ... ...scent Malaysian Melanau people Hadhrami people Year of birth missing ... ...Malayan contexts)[1] (died 1890 in Selangor) was a famous Malay warrior of Hadhrami descent[2] in Sarikei, Sarawak state, Malaysia during the Brooke W... ... ^ Ulrike Freitag, W. G. Clarence-Smith (1997). Hadhrami Traders, Scholars, and Statesmen in the Indian Ocean, 1750s-1960s:...

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The Countries and Tribes of the Persian Gulf

By: Miles, Samuel Barrett

... PREFACE. THE present volumes, dealing with the ancient and modem tribes and peoples of the countries around the Persian Gulf, were compiled by the la... ... relations, the most prominent and active of which was probably taken by the people of Oman. The earliest race known to have spread over and occupied ... ...man in ancient times, there were, of course, many famous ones that helped to people the country, and whose descendants, mostly of mingled blood, were ... ...Little as we know, however, of the manner in which in ancient times Oman was peopled, of the migrations of the tribes, of its wars, invasions, or of i... ... the articles imported to them were those of luxury, acceptable to a refined people. As Babylon, on the banks of the Euphrates, advanced in civilizati... ...e present day. Mohammed was shortly after succeeded by Saleh bin Mohammed al-Hadhrami. Reverting now toOmanwe find that on the demise ofMohammed bin N... ... importance occurred in Oman. In 1739 theWali of Mombasa, Saleh bin Saeed al-Hadhrami, who had been appointed four years previously, was replacedby Mo...

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Syed Mohamed Syed Ahmad Alsagoff

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...(Arabic: سيد محمد بن سيد أحمد السقاف‎ Sayyid Muḥammad bin Sayyid Aḥmad as-saqqāf) was an Hadhrami Muslim born in Singapore. He had his education at Vi... ...ic-language text Malaysian Muslims Malaysian people of Yemeni descent Singaporean pe... ... personnel Victoria School, Singapore alumni Hadhrami people All stub articles ... ...l Victoria School, Singapore alumni Hadhrami people All stub articles ... ... Hadhrami people All stub articles Malaysian people stubs Asian military personnel s...

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American Anthropologist

By: The American Anthropological Association

... continents. This dis­ tinction is evidently made so frequently by primitive peoples because the relationship itself is to them different as the sex ... ...niformity if it belongs to a pre-Columbian period and owes its ori­ gin to a people living in a pure age of stone and of savagery. Its thinness canno... ...f the American Indian as he was first found by Europeans. Had there been a people producing such objects at the advent of the whites, can it be que... ...e evidence of prehistoric melting of metals among the more highly developed people of South America and Central America, but none referring to such ... ... found on the altar, not one is in any way suggestive of contact with white people. In the conection there are several natural nuggets of native cop... ... head-band of tree-bark is important for the bride. Toldt (K.) Ueber einen HadhramI- and einen Sokotrl-Mann. (Sitzgb. d. anthr. Ges. in 'Vien, 190...

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Azmatkhan

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... Ba 'Alawi sada Hadhrami Alavi (surname) ... ... Descendants of Ali ibn Abi Talib Hadhrami people Sayyid Sh... ... Descendants of Ali ibn Abi Talib Hadhrami people Sayyid Sharif ... ...ces (id) Arab diaspora in Asia Hadhrami people Hashemite people ... ... Arab diaspora in Asia Hadhrami people Hashemite people Indones... ...le Hashemite people Indonesian people of Yemeni descent Yemeni diaspora ... ... Ba 'Alawi sada Hadhrami Alavi (surname) ... ... Descendants of Ali ibn Abi Talib Hadhrami people Sayyid Sh... ... Descendants of Ali ibn Abi Talib Hadhrami people Sayyid Sharif ...

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Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations Asia and Australasia

By: Louis Barron

...nclude the Chahar Aimak and the Baluchi. In. the northeast are some 60,000 people who were long called Kafirs, or infidels. After their conversion to ... ...m at the end of the igth century they were given the name of Nuris, or the people of the light. Their architecture, their arts and crafts, and their c... ...ce goods, followed by theUSSR and India India, Pakistan, the USSR, and the People's Republic of China supply tea; the US and the USSR, machinery and m... ...in Kabul and in provincial centers "SOCIAL WELFARE Mutual assistance helps people through emergencies, and the family and tribal organization of the p... ...roughout the country. ^EDUCATION It is estimated that less than 30% of the people are literate Education is the responsibility of the central governme... ...in the Upper Yafa'i area. Bu'a Shaykhdom al-Hajar Dhubi Shaykhdom Dhi Sura Hadhrami Shaykhdom al-Shibr Maflahi Shaykhdom al-Jurbah (Administrative cen...

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Sultan Ahmad Tajuddin Halim Shah II

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... References ^ Ulrike Freitag, W. G. Clarence-Smith, Hadhrami Traders, Scholars, and Statesm... ... Malaysian rebels All stub articles Malaysian people stubs Asia...

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The Countries and Tribes of the Persian Gulf

By: Miles, Samuel Barrett

...s administration, which soon gained him the loyal support and respect of the people. With the fall of the Yaareba Dynasty the policy of adventure, or ... ...hem during their rule, fell also, and with the rise of the Al-Bu Saeedis the people of Oman returned under the wise guidance of Ahmed bin Saeed to the... ...and Bushire. As time went on the Imam's conduct became more obnoxious to the people than ever. He took no pains to win their affection and gradually e... ...was induced to interfere in a serious quarrel that had taken place among the people of Zikki, who were then, as they are now, divided into two hostile... ... Ahmed should keep Sowaik. This compact, which was not unsatisfactory to the people generally, was accepted by all parties and peace was then restored... ..., 140. Sale, 24. Saleh bin Ali, 525. Saleh bin Juma, 530. Saleh bin Saeed al-Hadhrami, 250, 253. Salfa, truce, 421, 431. Salhao, 516. Salih, 277, 278....

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Subhani ba Yunus

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... him a special place in Radio Pakistan. Younis was an Urdu-speaking Hyderabadi Muslim of Hadhrami Chaush descent. His claim to fame comes from Khwaja ... ... 2006 deaths 1931 births Hadhrami people Muhajir people ... ... 2006 deaths 1931 births Hadhrami people Muhajir people ... ... people Pakistani male film actors Pakistani people of Yemeni descent Pakistani radi... ...Yemeni descent Pakistani radio personalities People from Hyderabad, India People fro...

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A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurán ; Comprising Sale's Translation and Preliminary Discourse, With Additional Notes and Emendations; Together with a Complete Index to the Text, Preliminary Discourse, And Notes : Vol. 3

By: Wherry, Elwood Morris, 1843-1927; Sale, George, 1697-1736

...awaits the infidels . . . . 2, 3 Apostles always use the language of their people . . 4 Moses sent to Pharaoh and his people ... . 5 His message to th... ...t from the truth. (4) We have sent no apostle but with the language of his people, that he might declare their duty plainly unto them ; for GOD causet... ...merly sent Moses with our signs, and commanded him, saying, Lead forth thy people from darkness into light, and remind them of the favours of God : ve... ...patient and grateful person. (6) And call to mind when Moses said unto his people, Remember the favour of GOD towards you. (1) A. L. R. See Prelim. Di... ...glorious of God," is better than that of the text. (4) The language of his people. " That so they might not only perfectly and readily understand thos... ..., the traditions differ. One says it was Jabr, a Greek servant to Amar Ibn Hadhrami, who could read and write well ; l another, that they were Jabr an...

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Nuruddin ar-Raniri

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A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurán ; Comprising Sale's Translation and Preliminary Discourse, With Additional Notes and Emendations; Together with a Complete Index to the Text, Preliminary Discourse, And Notes : Vol. 3

By: Sale, George, 1697-1736; Wherry, E. M. (Elwood Morris), 1843-1927

...awaits the infidels . . . . 2, 3 Apostles always use the language of their people . . 4 Moses sent to Pharaoh and his people 5 His message to the chil... ...t from the truth. (4) We have sent no apostle but with the language of his people, that he might declare their duty plainly unto them ; for GOD causet... ...merly sent Moses with our signs, and commanded him, saying, Lead forth thy people from darkness into light, and remind them of the favours of God : ve... ...patient and grateful person. (6) And call to mind when Moses said unto his people, Eemember the favour of GOD towards you, (1) A. L. R. See Prelim. Di... ...glorious of God," is better than that of the text. (4) The language of his people. "That so they might not only perfectly and readily understand those... ..., the traditions differ. One says it was Jabr, a Greek servant to Amar Ibn Hadhrami, who could read and write well ; l another, that they were Jabr an...

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Chaush

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...om/books?id=O_WNqSH4ByQC&lpg=PA52&pg=PA63#v=onepage&q&f=false community of Hadhrami Arab descent found in the Deccan region of India.Omar Khalidi, in... ...can rulers. They migrated to India in the 18th century, primarily from the Hadhrami people of the Hadhramaut region in Yemen. They have a big communit... ...s. They migrated to India in the 18th century, primarily from the Hadhrami people of the Hadhramaut region in Yemen. They have a big community mainly ... ...ulture in them. Most of them cannot speak Arabic but they still are Arabs. People who have migrated from Jizan(Saudi Arabia), They are the tribe known... ...of the surname of Chaush found in the fore wall of Golcoonda fort. Chaush peopleSubhani ba Yunus, Pakistani actorGeneral El EdroosSalam Masdoosi alj... ...California Press, 2006Ababu Minda Yimene, , Cuvillier Verlag, 2004, pg 201 Hadhrami Traders, Scholars, and Statesmen in the Indian Ocean:1750s-1960s B...

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Zeitschrift : Index 31-40

By: Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft

...ihär Peasant Life, being a discur- sive Catalogue of the Surroundings of the People of that Piovince with many Illustiatious from Photographs taken by... ... 21. Finger, der kleine, als Geisterbanncr 39, 660 Anm. 4. Fingersprache der Hadhrami's in Mekka und Djcddaii 40, 365 1. Firko witsch, Abraham, und de... ... Bihär Peasaut Life, being a discursivc Catalogue of the Surroundings of the People of that Province with many Illustrations from Photographs taken by... ... minäischen 37, 392 ff. Die Beziehungen H.'s zu Saba' und Ma'iu 37, 399 ft". Hadhrami. Ueber die Fingersprache der H.'s 40, 365 f. Hadschadsch binJuss... ...Bihär Peasant Life , being a discursive Catalogue of the Surroundings of the People of that Province with many Illustra- tions from Photographs taken ...

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Arab Singaporean

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...Mansion (a gesture to preserve the name). Other than that, it has no other Hadhrami connection, either in architectural style or ownership. Arab busi... ...r sons back to Hadhramaut for periods of time to enhance their identity as Hadhramis. This custom maintained their language and Hadhrami culture. It e... ...d in some Malay being incorporated in the spoken Arabic of Hadhramaut (see Hadhrami Arabic). Hadhramaut was regarded as a cultural training ground of ... ...sses. After World War II During World War II it became impossible for the Hadhramis in Singapore to travel abroad but they continued to do so thereaf... ...re better than on the Arabian peninsula. Present day Identity crisis The Hadhrami community in Singapore is now facing an identity crisis. The young... ...ab Singaporeans This article contains a list of notable Arab Singaporeans, people with Arab ancestry born or naturalized in Singapore. PoliticsDr Ahm... ...adijah Rahmat.* Jawi PeranakanJawi scriptArab diasporaTarim, YemenHadhrami peopleMalays in SingaporeArticle: For the impact of Hadhrami migration to S...

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A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurán ; Comprising Sale's Translation and Preliminary Discourse, With Additional Notes and Emendations; Together with a Complete Index to the Text, Preliminary Discourse, And Notes

By: Sale, George, 1697-1736; Wherry, E. M. (Elwood Morris), 1843-1927

...riter, for want of being better acquainted with them, entertained of those people, judging them scarce fit to be argued with. The first of these rules... ...hammadans, and the Church which teacheth them is very imfit to bring those people over. The third is. To avoid weak argu- ments ; for the Muhammadans ... ...harif al Edrisi, ubi supra. B THE PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE. [sec. I. How the people of Makkah Sfadina or Tathrab. of Marbaa, about tbree miles westward ... ...rally very rich, being considerable gainers by the prodigious concourse of people of almost all nations at the yearly pilgrimage, at which time there ... ...chart with more probability takes him to be Phaleg.^ A small number of the people of Thamiid hearkened to the remonstrances of Salih, but the rest req... ... the traditions differ. One says it was Jabr, a Greek servant to Auiar Ibn Hadhrami, who could read and write well ; ^ another, that they were Jabrand...

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House of Jamalullail (Perlis)

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