Banu Hakam

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Al-Hakam
LocationSaudi Arabia, Yamen.
Parent tribeMadh'hij, Ibn Saad Alasheera
ReligionSunni Islam

Banu Hakam ,or Banu Al-Hakam (Sons of Al-Hakam). Al-Hakam Ibn Saad Alasheera Ibn Madh'hij is an Arabian tribe descendent from Madh'hij tribe.[1] Al-Hakam had governed Jazan which was known as Al-Mekhlaf Al-Suleimani Jazan.

Mekhlaf Bani al-Hakam[edit]

It is five days in the valleys of Hamdan and Khulan, which is attributed to the tribe of Al-Hakam Ibn Saad Alasheera, one of the tribes of Madh'hij, whose base is the city of adversaries on the side of Wadi Khalb. And his kingship from the rule of the family of Abdul-Jad in the Jaahiliyyah and then Islam. The cities of Al-Hajar, Al-Khazaf, Al-Hadid, Al-Saqfatin, Al-Sharjat, Sahlah, Al-Haridah, Al-Mahdah, Wadi Al-Haid, Wadi Ta'shar, Wadi Juhafan, Wadi Liya, Wadi Khalb, Wadi Zayra, Wadi Zhabah, Samad, Jazan and Sabia. And his kings from the mention of the rulers and then the family of Abduljadid.

Its borders: This section extends from the valley of Sabaya to the north to the valleys of Abs southward. Al-Hamdani (344 AH), which lists the valleys of Tihama, says: "It is called Wadi Mor, and Adaya, Bani Abas, of Hadam, and Wadi Hiran and Khazlan." These valleys are south of Haradh, within the territory of the Republic of Yemen. Thus, the ancient boundaries of the rule of the rule exceeded the Harad or (Al-Sharja) to include Abs.

Damad (In Arabic: ضمد) is a great valley in which many villages are populated and attributed to the Zaid bin Yazid ibn al-Harith ibn 'Ula ibn Jahl ibn Madh'hij. The forearm of the land of the rule of the son of Saad, the village of Lahqam, and the two villages, the village of Balad, ruled over the valley of Khaleb, and it was by them, and with the help of the rulers of the rule of the sons of Abd al-Jad. Then the abandonment of the village of Damad and Jazan, and in the country of the rule of many villages said to be a scout and a boy and then Pish and the pro-Quraish and Sahlh found a great market that would weigh the Arabs and say they found and to Haza, and also on the coast of the sea.

The delegation Bani Al-Hakam to the Prophet[edit]

I converted to Islam in the year of delegations in the tenth year of the Prophet's migration when a delegation to the Prophet in his people, translated by Ibn Hajar al-Askalani and reported that it was when the Messenger of God and the people of the people of Yemen - and was called the southern kingdom of Yemen - called the Messenger of God "Mohamed peace be upon him "The man with water did not drink anyone except the Prophet" Mohamed peace be upon him.svg "and a man who is hiding it and said Ainah bin fort: What this year, O Messenger of God? The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "The modesty of the people of Yemen is forbidden by your people." Ibn Mundah said, such as bin Abd al-Barr, whether he increased his meter in the people of Egypt and then the leg of the road Said bin Afir told me behind bin Al-Manhal Tell us Al-Masalj bin Sulaiman bin Al-Khattab Al-Hakami from the speech bin Naseer Al-Hakami from Abdullah Bin Hleil from Abdul Jad ibn Rabia: The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), and there are people from the people of Yemen, and he has Aynah bin fort, called the people and stood up: what remained in us only the Prophet peace be upon him and a man covered by his clothes, I said: What year? The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "This modesty is the livelihood of the people of Yemen and the sanctity of your people."


References[edit]

Sifat Jazirat ul-Arab ṣifat ǧazīrat al-ʿarab, vol. 12, Leiden, p. 96, 97; 98.

Usd al-ghābah fi ma‘rifat al-ṣaḥābah: "The Lions of the Forest and the knowledge about the Companions"

  1. ^ al-Ḥakamī, ʻUmārah ibn ʻAlī (1892). Yaman, Its Early Mediæval History. E. Arnold.