Sayyid Amiruddin

Researcher of Political Science & Classical Islam. Initiated by the Khwajagan i-Naqshband.

Secrets of the Bloodline of the Prophet Muhammad (S) by Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin

19:56-57: Mention, in the Book, Idris, that he was truthful, a prophet. We took him up to a high place.

19:56-57: Mention in the Book Idris, that he was Truthful, a Prophet. We took him up to a high place.  Ibn Kathir said, “As for Idris…He is in the genealogical chain of the Prophet Muhammad…Ibn Ishaq says he was the first who wrote with the Pen.  There was a span of 380 years between him and the life of Adam.”

Statues of the Lihyanite kings of Arabia.  The ancient Lihyanites were the sons of Lihyan ibn Hothail, the rulers of northwestern Hijaz before Quraysh, and controlled the well of Zam Zam along with Quraysh and Khoza'ah

Statues of the Ishmaelite Lihyan kings of Arabia. The ancient Lihyanites were the sons of Lihyan ibn Hothail.  They were the predecessors of the Lords of Quraysh (Sadat), and were the rulers of northwestern Hijaz, who controlled the well of Zam Zam prior to the rise of the sons of Quraysh.

Petra, Jordan.

Petra, Jordan.  This statue of Ishmael in Ihram, predates the rise of Rome

Madain Saleh, Saudi Arabia

Madain Saleh, Saudi Arabia.  A carving depicting the Buraq, predating Islam.

Madain Saleh

Madain Saleh, the ancient Nabatean symbol of the Hawk/Falcon, which  predates Rome, and continued to be used as a symbol by the Lords of Quraysh in the pre-Islamic era, as well as the post Prophetic eras.  The Hawk/Falcon continues to be used as a symbol by contemporary Arabic governments today, including the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

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