25. Dhul Qadah 1438  Jumu'ah
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INTRODUCTION TO THE WAY OF BANI ALAWI 1

 

Calling the people to their Lord is the function of God’s Messengers, the Prophets, may God’s blessings and peace be upon them, and of their scholarly heirs, those capable of receiving the Prophetic heritage of knowledge and disseminating it among the people, thereby leading them along the path to salvation and the good pleasure of their Lord. “Scholars are heirs to the Prophets,” says the hadith. The full heritage includes the outward knowledge of sharia  and the inward knowledge  which illuminates the hearts and put them in direct contact  with the higher worlds. The Prophets, may God’s blessings and peace be upon him, indicated in unequivocle terms that this knowledge in its intergrity would remain entrusted to his descedants, Ahl al-Bayt. A hadith authenticated by Muslim, Tirimidhi and others, states: “ I leave among you two weighty things, the first is the Book of God which contains guidance and light   and (the second) the people of my house...”

 

Among the most illustracious of Ahl al-Bayt are the ‘Alawi sayyids of Hadramawt. Their ancestor, Imam Ahmad ibn’ Isa known as the “Emigrant”, abandoned the land of Iraq, troubled by sedition and unrest, for Hadramawt. Of his descendants only those of one of his grandsons, Imam “Alawi, survive to this day and are still called after him. Their presence in Hadramawt transformed it from a land ruled by the heretic Khawarij to one ruled by the orthodox sunni of Imam Ash’ari as concerns beliefs and that of Imam Shafi’i in legal matters. They soon produced countless scholarly saints who strove to spread the Book of God and maintain the purity of the prophetic sunnah through the vicissitudes of changing times. They travelled East as far as the Philipines being the main teachers of Islam in Malaya and Indonesia, and West to East Africa where their influence is still very much in evidence.

 

Leading Alawis were originally given the title “Imam”, this was later changed into “shaykh”, then by the time of Imam Abdallah al-Haddad in the eleventh century H., into “Habib”, which is one of the attributes of their ancestor, the Prophet, may God’s blessings and peace be upon him, the literal meaning of which is “beloved” Kwowledge of Islam must be supported by unbroken chains of transmission to the the Prophet, may God’s blessings and peace be upon him. Those who receive one or more sciences or part thereof from a master and are considered by him worthy, receive the ijaza, the authorisation to transmit it, in their turn, to others.

 

1  Abridged from the book, “Key to the Garden “ by Habib Mashhur Al-Haddad and translated from the Arabic by Mostafa Al-Badawi.

 


BANI ALAWI

IT’S ROOT AND THE GOLDEN CHAIN

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The warning not to rely on genealogical laurel

Once, Rasullulah  صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم paid a visit at the home of Saiditinah Fatimah الزهراء, رضي الله عنها, and beside her was Saiditinah Sofiyyah, his auntie رضي الله عنها,. Rasullulah  صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم  pronounced “ Oh Bani (descendant) Abdi Manaf, Oh Bani Abdi Mutal’lib, Of Fatimah binti Muhammad, Oh Sofiyyah, auntie of Rasullulah, redeem yourself from Allah, there is nothing of affluence in front of Allah, so ask from me whatever is in my possession, but remember, on the Day of Judgement, the foremost among mankind are those with devotedness and piousness. You would come merely to assert your family tie while others came with full of righteous deeds and in contrast you only brought your strangulated world. When you exclaim “Oh Muhammad”, I would turn my face away from you. You would then further exclaim, “Oh Muhammad, I am so and so” and I would answer “with regards to your lineage, I am fully aware but on your deed, I do not have the slightest notion. You abandoned the Al Quran and that is the reason you lay claim on your ancestry between you and I.

Narrated from .Abu Hurairah



THE DESENDANTS

 

 

 



A       1. Aal Bin Ibrahim,



             Al Assggaf, al Alawi Ibnul faqih.

 

2. Aal Ismail,

Al Idrus, Al-Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

3. Al Bin Ismail

Al Asseggaf Al  Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

4. Al Ala’yun

Al Bafaqih Al Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

B          5. Al Albar

             Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

6. Al Albar

Almasyhur Al-Shihabuddin Al-Alawi

bin Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

7. Al Batah

Al As-Sheikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi Ibnul Faqih

 

8. Al Albahr

Al Aljufri Al-Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

9. Al Barahim

Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

10. Al Barakat

 Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

11. Al Barum

Al Alawi bin Al-faqih

 

12. Al Babtin

Al Alawi Ammul faqih

13. Al Albidh

AL Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

14. Bait Hammudah

Al ahmad Abu Bakar assakran Al-Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

15. Bait Sahal

Al Ahmad Abu Assakran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

16. Bait Aqil

Al Ahmad bin Abu bakar Assakran

Al-Alawi bin al-Faqih

 

17. Bait qarmus

Al Ahmad bin Abu bakar Assakran Al-Alawi

bin Al-Faqih

 

18. Bait Muhsin

Al Ahmad Abu Bakar Assakran Al-Alawi

bin Al Faqih

 

19. Bait Zain

Al Ahmad Abu Bakar Assakran

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

20. Bait Zahum

Al maula Ad-Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

21. Bait Fad’aq

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

22. Bait Al-Hadi

Al-Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

23. Bait Bu Bakar

bin Salim bin Abdullah Al Ahmad bin Al-faqih

 

24. Bait Ar-Radini

Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

25. Al Qutban

Al Ahmad Abu Bakar Assakran Al Alawi

bin Al-faqih

 

26. Al Ba Jahdab

Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin al-Faqih

 

J       27. Al Jazirah

Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

28. Al Al Jufri

Al Ahmad bin Al  faqih

 

29.Al Jamalullail

Al Ali binAl-faqih

 

30 Al Junaid

Al Ali bin Al-faqih

 

31. Al Bin Jindan

Al Syeikh Abu bakar Al Alwi bin Al faqih

 

32. Al Al-Junaidior Al-Junaid Al-akhdar

Al-Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

33. Al  Jalaini

Al Alawi bin Al faqih

 

H         34. Al Hamid or Al Bani hamid

             Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-   faqih

 

35. Al  Hamid

Al Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

36. Al Haddad

Al Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

37. Al Ba Hasan

Al Abu Bakar Assakran Al Ali bin Al-faqih

 

 

38. Al Ba Hasan

Al Saggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

39. Al Ba hasan

At Tawil Al-Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

40. Al Ba hasan

Jamalulail maulad Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

41. Al Ba Husein

Al Husein Al Seggaf Al Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

42. Al ba Husein

Al Maulad Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

43. Al Bin Husein

 Al Husein Al Saggaf Al Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

44. Al Hamadun

Al Abdullah bin Al Alawi Bin Al Faqih

 

45. Al Hayid

Al Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi

 bin Al Faqih Al Al-Habsyi….

 

46. Al Khirid

Al Abdullah bin Alawi Al-Faqih

 

47. Al Khamud

Al Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al Faqih

 

48. Al Khaniman

Al Ahmad bin Al Faqih

 

49. Al Al-Khun

Al Abdullah bin Alawi Ibnul Faqih

 

M       50. Al Maula Kheilah

Al Alawi bin Faqih

51. Al Maulad Dawilah

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

52. Al Az-Dzahab

Al Abdullah bin Alawi Ibnul Faqih

 

53. Al Az-Dzi’b

Al Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

54. Al Ba Raqbah

Al Abdullah bin Alawi Ibnul Faqih

 

R             55. Al-Rakhilah

                Al Ahmad Ibnul Faqih

 

56. Al Ar-Rush

Al Asseggaf Al Alawi Ibnul Al-Faqih

 

57. Al Raushan

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

58. Al Ar-Ruda’I

Al Aljufri Al Ahmad Ibnul Faqih

 

59. Al Az-Zahir

Al bin Shihab Al Alawi Ibnul Al-Faqih

 

60. Al Ba Sukutah

Al Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

61. Al As-Seggaf

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih 

 

62. Al As-Seggaf

Al Abu bakar Assakran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

63. Al Bin Semit

Al Alawi Ammul Al-Faqih

 

64. Al Bin semitan

Al-Maula Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

65. Al Bin Sahal 

Al jamalullail Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

66. Al Bin Sahal

Maula Kheilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

67. Al Seri

Al Jamalulallai Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

68. Al Syatiri

Al Ali bin Al Faqih

 

69. Al As-Syatiri

Abu Numai Al Abdullah bin Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

70. Al As-Sybsyban

 Al-Habsyi Al Alawi Ibnul Al-Faqih 

 

71. Al As-syilii

Al Abdullah bin Alawi Faqih

 

72. Al Ba Syemeleh

 Al Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

73. Al Syambal

Al Ali bin Al Faqih

 

74. Al Syihabuddin

 Al Abu Bakar Assakran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

75. Al ba Syeiban

Al Ali bin Al-Faqih

 

76. As-Syeikh Abu bakar bin Salim

 Al Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

 

77. Al Bin Syeikhan

Al Al Habsyi Al Ali bin Al-Faqih

 

78. Al Syeikhan

 Al Aqil bin Salim Al Asseggaf

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

79. Al Syeikhan

Al As-Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

80. Al Syeikhan

Al Maulad Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

81. Al Syeikhan

Al Ba Hassan Al Abdul Rahman Asseggaf

 Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

82. Al As-Safi

Al Asseggaff Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

83. Al As-Safi

Al Al-jufri Al Ahmad Ibnul Faqih

 

84. Al Ba Sorrah

 Al Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

85. Al As-Solibiyyah

Al Al-Idrus  Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

86.Al Taha

Al Sofi Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

87. Al Tahir

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

88. Al ba Abud

Al Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

 

89. Al Attas

Al Asseggaf Al Alawi Ibnul Al-Faqih

 

90. Al Azhmat Khan

Al Alawi Ammul Al-Faqih

 

91. Al Aqil

Al As-Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

92. Al Ba Aqil

Al Asseggaf Al Alawi Ibnul Al-Faqih

 

93. Al Ba Alawi 

Al Ghaidi Al Abu Bakar Al-waie’

Al Ahmad bin Al Faqih

 

94. Al Ali lala

 Al Alawi Ammul Al-Faqih 

 

95. Al Ba Omar 

Al Ahmad bin Al Faqih

 

96. Al Auhaj

Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

97. Al Idrus

Al Abu Bakar Assakaran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

98. Al Aidid

Al Alawi Ammul Al-Faqih

 

99. Al Ghazzali

Al Albaiti Al Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

100. Al Al-Ghusn

 Al Jamalullail Al Ali bin Al Faqih

 

101. Al Ghimri

Al Ba Abud Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

102. Al Ba Gheit

 Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

103. Al Ghaidi

 Al Abu Bakar Al Ware Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

104. Al Fad’ak

Al Abdullah bin Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

105. Al Ba Faraj Al Alawi Ammul Faqih

 

106. Al Buftaim

Al As-Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

107. Al ba Faqih

Al Alawi AmmulAl-Faqih

 

108. Al Faqih

Al Abu Bakar Assakran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

109. Al Al-Faqih

Al Al-Attas Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

110. Al Bal Faqih

Al-Ahmad bin Faqih

 

111. Al Al Qadri

Al Jamalullail  Al-Faqih

 

112  Al Al-Qadhi

Al Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

113 Al Al-Kaff

Al Al-Jufri Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

114 Al Kadad

Al Abu Bakar Al-ware’ Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

115  Al Ker Eshah


Al Abdul Rahman Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al  Faqih

 

116  Al Al-Muhdhar

Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

117  Al Muhdar

Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

118  Al Madehej

Al Abdullah bin  Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

119  Al Mussawa

Al Abu Bakar Assakran Asseggaf Al Alawi

bin Al-Faqih

 

120  Al Al-Masilah

Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

121  Al Masyhur

Al Shihabuddin Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

122  Al Masyhur

Marzuq Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

123  Al Musyayyakh

Al Abu Bakar Assakran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

124  Al Musyayyakh

Al Omar bin Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

 

125  Al Mutahhar

Al Madhar Al Abdullah bin Al-Faqih

 

126  Al Mu’allim

Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

127  Al Al-Maqdi

Al Ahmad bin Al-Faqih

128  Al Muqebel

Al Maulad Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

129  Al Maknun

Al Asseggaf  Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

130  Al Al-Munawwar

 Al Abu Bakar Assakran Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

131  Al Abu Numai

Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

132  Al Al-what

Al Abd Rahman Asseggaf Ala Alawi

bin Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

133  Al Hadun

Al Al-Attas Al Alawi ibnul Al-Faqih

 

134  Al Al-Hadi

 Al Shihabuddin Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

135  Al BA Harun

Al Jamalullail Al Ali bin Al-Faqih

 

136  Al Bin Harun

Al bin Sahal Jamalulallail Al Ali bin Al-Faqih

 

137  Al Bin Harun

Al Syihabuddin Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

138  Al Hasyim

Al Abdullah bin Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

139  Al Bin Hasyim

Al Ammul Faqih

 

140  Al Bin Hasyim

Al Bin Asseggaf Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

141  Al Bin Hasyim

Al Habsyi Al Ali bin Al-Faqih

 

142  Al Bin Hasyim

Al Bin Tahir Al Alawi Ammul Al-Faqih

 

143  Al Al-Haddar

Al As-Syeikh Abu Bakar Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

144  Al Al-Hinduwan

Al Maulad Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

145  Al Yahya or Al Bin Yahya

Al Maulad Dawilah Al Alawi bin Al-Faqih

 

 

 



دَخَلَ رَسُولُ اللهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم عَلى فَاطِمَةَ وَعِنْدَهَا صَفِيَّةُ عَمَّةُ رَسُولِ الله صلى الله عليه وسلم وَقَالَ : يَا بَنِي عَبْدِ مَنَافٍ، يَا بَنِي عَبْدِ المطَلِّبِ، يَا فَاطِمَةَ بِنْتِ مُحَمَّدٍ، يَا صَفِيَّة عَمَّة رَسُولِ الله، اِشْتَرُوا أَنْفُسَكُمْ مِنَ الله، لاَ أُغْنِي عَنْكُمْ مِنَ الله شَيْئًا، سَلُونِي مِنْ مَالِي مَا شِئْتُم، وَاعْلَمُوا أَنَّ أَوْلَى النَّاسِ بِي يَوْمَ القِيَامَةِ المتَّقُون وَأَنْ تَكُونُوا أَنتُم مَعَ قَرَابَتِكُم، فَذَلِكَ لا يَأْتِينِي النَّاسُ بِالأَعْمَالِ وَتَأْتُونَ الدُّنْيَا تَحْمِلُونَهَا عَلَى أَعْنَاقِكُم، فَتَقُولُونَ: يا مُحَمَّد، فَأَقُولُ: هَكَذَا أَعْرِض بِوَجْهِي عَنْكُم، فَتَقُولُون : يَا مُحَمَّد ، أَنَا فُلان بن فُلان، فَأَقُول أَمَّا النَّسَبُ فَأَعْرِفُ، وَأَمَّا العَمَلُ فَلا أَعْرِفُ، نَبَذْتُم الكِتَابَ، فَارْجِعُوا إِلى قَرَابَةٍ بَيْنِي وَبَيْنَكُم.