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Abbasi (Arabic:عباسی) is a prominent Muslim family name. Arabic ( or just ), is the largest member of the family of Semitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family (classification: South Central Semitic) and is closely related to Hebrew, Amharic, and Aramaic. ... A Muslim (Arabic: مسلم, Turkish: Müslüman, Persian and Urdu: مسلمان, Bosnian: Musliman) is an adherent of Islam. ...

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Origin

The name denotes descent from Abbas ibn Abd-al-Muttalib, the paternal uncle of Prophet Muhammad. The Abbasid caliphate was established by the Abbasi clan and ruled the Middle East during 750–1258 CE. Al-Abbas ibn `Abd al-Muttalib (c. ... For other persons named Muhammad, see Muhammad (name). ... Abbasid provinces during the caliphate of Harun al-Rashid Abbasid was the dynastic name generally given to the caliphs of Baghdad, the second of the two great Sunni dynasties of the Muslim empire, that overthrew the Umayyid caliphs. ... A map showing countries commonly considered to be part of the Middle East The Middle East is a region comprising the lands around the southern and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Sea, a territory that extends from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf. ...


Geographical distribution

The members of the Abbasi family can be found in: Yemen, Iran, Turkey, Jordan, Palestine, Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, the United States ,India, Switzerland,and Azad kashmir. The Holy Land or Palestine Showing not only the Old of Judea and Israel but also the 12 Tribes Distinctly, and Confirming Even the Diversity of the Locations of their Ancient Positions and Doing So as the Holy Scriptures Indicate, a geographic map from the studio of Tobiae Conradi Lotter...


Abbasi's (Abbasid) and Dhond Abbasies in Pakistan

In Pakistan, this family is predominantly found in two different regions, One branch known as Dhond Abbasi in Circle Bakote in Abbottabad district of NWFP, Murree and [[Kahuta],Dobaran abbasian] Hills of Rawalpindi District of Punjab. Before independant 1947, they called Qureshi tribe as nerrated by Justice Akram Khan of Chameati, AJK in his famous book AINA-E-QURESH. The second branch of this family is found in the area of Bahawalpur, in the southern part of the Punjab province. Although some tribes who claim to be Abbasi's in both areas do not appear to represent the true blood line but the history shows us that both areas do have a fair claim to be representing this Arabian tribe. Now the modern genetic testing can put to rest any doubts to the legitimacy of who is and who is not from the real Abbasi tribe. This is a very good example of rise and demise of royal families and their members. Not all but vast majority of this tribe are scattered around the world without any real political power and indeed in most cases not even being able to go back to their homeland, i.e. Arabia. truly a refugee tribe one might say. If they were still a royal family one wonders any Arabian country would have dared rejected their entry to their own home land. Their demise has even allowed their tribal blood line to reject them as one of their own, an example to learn from that when one is down and under than one is denied access to their own home and their own people reject their legitimacy without any evidence. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Circle Bakote is a cluster of Union Councils in the east-southern part of Tehsil and district Abbotabad and located on the upper and west bank of river Jhelum at Kohalla Bridge. ... Murree (hills and City) (Urdu: مری) is a very popular Hill station and a city of Pakistan in the province of Punjab. ... The Punjab or Panjab   (Punjabi/Urdu: پنجاب) province of Pakistan is the countrys most populous region and is home to the Punjabis and various other groups. ... Bahawalpur (also Bhawalpur, Bhawulpore) (Urdu: بہاولپور ) is a city of (1998 pop. ...


==Tree of Akbar Ghai Khan/Gahi Khan Tribe=

Akbar Ghai (Ghain-Hamza-Yea) is an Arabic Name mostly been used in Iraq. Father of Ghai Khan have migrated to Pothohar after collapse of Abbasid Caliphate in Baghdad. Ghai Khan's Family was ruler of Khurasan (Iran) during Abbasid period of caliphate in Baghdad until 1258 AD when Halaku Khan invaded Baghdad and Abbasid dynasty lost the power. Migration to Northern India (Pothohar) was an idealistic place for Abbasi tribe to resettle when King of Kashmir at the time needed help fight Bandits and insurgents. Ghai Khan’s Father was General Zurab Khan who was head of the military forces in Khurasan before the collapse of Caliphate. They lived in Kahauta near Rawalpinid. Where they are buried and graves are marked. All Abbasi Tribes (including Dhond) are descended from General Zurab Khan. There is no direct relationship of Abbasi tribes between Bhawalpur and Sindh as per the history. Sardar Mohammad Abdul Qayyum Khan a prominent Kashmiri leader is also from the same tribe. General Zurab Khan’s Children are scattered in Regions of Pothohar, Hazara and Kashmir. compiled by Mohammad Bashir Abbasi of Kharal Abbasian Bagh AJK.


Family Tree of Dhond Abbasies

The family tree of Dhond Abbasi tribe started from Hadhrat Abbas. In forward it starts from Rattan Khan a famous forefather of them. The authentic family tree is as this:- Rattan Khan...S/O...Tolak Khan...S/O...Chagga Khan...S/O...Pammi Khan...S/O...Dhummat Khan...S/O...Mir Khan...S/O...Gulab Khan...S/O...Jess/Jaskum/jeskamp Khan...S/O...Dhond (Shah Wali) Khan...S/O...Raeb Khan...S/O...Dalair Khan...S/O...Nikodar Khan...S/O...Koond Khan...S/O...Kullo Raey/Kulharha Khan...S/O...Kouhdar Khan...S/O...Akbar Ghai Khan...S/O...Zurab Khan...S/O...Taeq/Taef Khan...S/O...Noh Khan/Abu Al-Fadhl...S/O...Paro Khan/Abu Al-Abbas...S/O...Ounkar Khan/Al-Murfiq...S/O...Panoor Khan/Abu Al-Fadl...S/O...Moazzam/Abu Ishaq...S/O...Aadil/Haroon Al-Rasheed...S/O...Taet Khan/Mohammed Abdullah...S/O...Saeed...S/O...Abu Al-Abbas Al-Saffakh...S/O...Mohammed...S/O...Ali...S/O...Hadhrat Abdullah...S/O...Hadhrat Abbass (Uncle of Holly Prophet Mohammed =In above sequence of ancesstory there are lot of Errors. I am Collecting right history and soon be published. Mohammad B. Abbasi, Kharal Abbasian


Dhond Abbasies of Circle Bakote

Dhond Abbasi tribe is a large as population in Circle Bakote and Murree hills. Dhond Abbasi's are as forth in NWFP, as First in Hazara Division and as seven in Punjab by population. They have their own language called Pahari & Hindko also known as Dhondi, and they completed revolutionized culture and civilization. No person from Dhond tribe is non-Muslim, they all are belonged to Sunnies sect of Islam.Dhond Abbasi tribe [5] is dhondi/kareali [6] language speaking people is descendant of Shah Wali Khan whose nickname was Dhond Khan. Dhonds are a martial and an intelligent tribe if Circle Bakote and Murree Hills. They are belonging to Hadhrat Abbas, the real uncle of the Prophet of Islam Mohammed in Muslim Holy city of Macca. They came in power as Abbasid destiny and governed 500 years on Baghdad, Iraq as a center of Muslim Ummah. Abbasids 1st delegate came Taxila, India where they constructed a masque and started preaching of Islam by the order of Caliph Haroon Al-Rashid on 844 AD. An Abbasi scholar Abu Fadhal taught a Kashmiri King Onti Vermon on 882, and he translated Holly Quran in Hindi Bhasha 1st time in Indian history from Alif Lam Meem to Sorah Yasin. A Circle Bakote historian Mohammed Obaidullah Alvi wrote in his book Tarikh-o-Tamaddun-e-Kosar that in 1025 AD Raja Mell of Jhelum who also governed over Circle Bakkote and Murree Hills, embraced Islam by Mehmood Ghaznawi and constructed a fort at Malkote, Malpur near Islamabad and Malal Bagla opposite of east of Birote in AJK. He died in Jhelum. In 1021, local government of Gakhers, take place in Kohsar by an authority document of Mehmood Ghaznavi, that a time Gakhers contacted Dhonds in Delhi. Dhond Abbasis were living there, an ancestor Poro Khan came and settled there in 880 AD. Noh Khan was his son borne 900 AD. In 968, Karlal chief Sardar Galler Khan came in Circle Bakote from Turkey and settled there. Dhond Chief Sardar Taeq or Taif Khan met with Sabaktagin, the father of Mehmood Ghaznawi at Kabul in 975 AD and joined his army among other family members. This royal honeymoon continues until 17 attacks of Mehmood Ghaznawi than they became allies and guards of Gakhers Tribe of Kohsar and Potohar. There are two major Abbasi (Dhound Abbasi) families are living in Banda Jaat one is headed by Haji Mirdad Khan Abbasi other is headed by Haji Allah Dad Khan Abbasi (Paharlal), Haji Allah Dad's family is in majority and have very good political and social influence. Their Father Noor Ahmed Abbasi son of Amir Ullah Khan Abbasi migrated to city center Supply Abbottabad (old name Rush) in the sake of Education and Bread winning before Pakistan from Banda Khair Ali Khan, However their old 50% family members (Cusions of Amir Ullah Abbasi & Noor Ahmed Abbasi) are still based in Banda Khair Ali Khan with wast majority and great influence. There is another Abbasi Tribe with thick culture and sociality is based in Bandi Dhoundan. Most of the senior members of this family are well settled and new generation is well qualified educated. From this Family (Haji Allah Dad Khan Abbasi Tribe) Most successful person (with the grace of Allah Almighty) named Shahid Akram Abbasi is first MBA from Dhond Abbasi <Pahar Lal> Family of Shaikh-ul-Bandi, Banda Dilzak, established his own House, Street & Colony Names with the family name of Abbasi Occupied the land from Haji Mirdad Khan Abbasi And is prominent Person working abroad with Son of Late King Faisal's Group of Companies as a Financial Controller, (He traveled Middle East, Europe, Africa and whole Gulf. (He is first Abbasi family member who have white color Overseas Job of this level ) He is also the first Abbasi person who wrote two books over Computer Science (English & Urdu) in 1999 and delegated to his Late Father Mohamed Akram Abbasi Ex Officer/Banker of National Bank of Pakistan, Abbottabad who have Four sons Wahid Akram Abbasi, Imran Akram Abbasi (Business men in Gulf) & Waqas Akram Abbasi (Student). Haji Mushtaq Ahmed Abbasi is also one of Prominent member of Abbasi Family from Banda Dilzak and is highest ranking banker (SVP) of Banda Dilzak in Habib Bank Ltd. Mr. Mohamed Shafique Abbasi is the highest ranking FPO Officer of this tribe. Mr. Khurshid Ahmed Abbasi is role model of nobility and courage for next generation is very humble and polite person who is one of the influential person in politics & social developments of the local region. The other prominent members of Abbasi family are Mirdad Khan Abbasi, Haji Allah Dad Abbasi, Retd. Sub. Iqbal Abbasi, Mohamed Akram Abbasi (late), Mohamed Aslam Abbasi, Tahir Iqbal Abbasi Local Singer is unforgettable to describe here. They are all next to kin of Ameer Ullah Abbasi. Circle Bakote is a cluster of Union Councils in the east-southern part of Tehsil and district Abbotabad and located on the upper and west bank of river Jhelum at Kohalla Bridge. ... Murree (hills and City) (Urdu: مری) is a very popular Hill station and a city of Pakistan in the province of Punjab. ... North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) is geographically the smallest of the four provinces of Pakistan. ... For other people named Muhammad, see Muhammad (disambiguation). ... Mohammed Obaidullah Alvi [[1]] is an authority on Kohsar History, language, literature, ethnography and anthropology. ...


Dhond Abbasies of Birote

There are are many milestones in Dhond Abbasi tribe of Circle Bakote. Rattan Khan (Abdurehman) had appointed as a fudal chief of Murree Hills, Circle Lora and Circle Bakote in near about 1400 by Gakherhs of Pharwala. The first reforme was imposed by him was promotion of agriculture broad bases as owner of lands, as a reslt a large part of Circle bakote cultivated and many villages were won a publicity of their agriculture products. Hotrol. (Land of paddy feilds), Hotrerhi (a small peice of land cultivated by farmer) etc are memorials of that time. Rattan Khan had four sons, three from a lady of Kashmir and one local. Kashmiri wife of Rattan Khan named Zulaikha had given birth of Bodrha Khan, forefather of Budreal of Malkot (b. 1425), Hejhe Khan, forefather of Hejheal of Dewal, Murree (1427) and Baikh Khan, forefather of Bekhal (1429). Zulaikha died by smallpox in 1430 and burried in Chamankote main graveyard. Rattan Khan than Murried an other lacal lady name Paris Jan in the same year and she gave birth of Lahr Khan in 1433.


Lahr Khan

Lahr Khan was the youngest brothr of traeka, demanded his essests and othr family inheritance in 1478, when Rattan Khan passed away. Othar three elder brothers resists and this issue was challenged by him in Pherwala Gakher Court. Gakher Chief Malik Boga decided that the land from the last end of Dewal to Boi would be awarded to Lahr Khan and a boundry of mentioned land signed by all of them, that never changed by Sikh and British Administration. This incidant united step broters to bycotted Lahr Khan, as a result he laid foundation of new region of Hazara now called Circle Bakote. He had also four sons elder was Hammu Khan (b. 1457), Humaira Khan (b. 1455), Shaikho Khan (b. 1450) and Pailo Khan (b. 1460). History hold record of only Shekho Khan decendants, because he possesed courrage and leadership against enimies from south.


Shaikho Khan

Shaikho Khan, real name is Shaikh Khan was a very brave fellow in strugling and survive. He is a very nice, clever and diplomatic person who administered and rulled all Circle Bacote wisely ethics. His wife belonged to Chameati name Bafat Jan and she also a great lady with wide eyque of brotherhood and equality with others tribes. Historians like Frishta and Kegohar Nama praised her and says that she was the ral ruller of Circle Bakote in shape of Saikhu Khan. She also eased tention with south. Shaikhu Khan was also a grat reformer who invite working class for devolepment of Circle Bakote, water mills, ginninf factories, weving communities, and leading class of Imams, religious scholars, and teachers came there in his time. He was most favoutete fudal lord of Ghakhers Rullers and provided well equiped armed persons as army to them og against Empror Shair Shah Soori. He regularly paid the texes and revenue to Ghakhers also. He was father of four younger and brave sons named Changas (Changaize) Khan (b. 1488), Moyoo (Moj) Khan (b. 1492), Nikoder Khan (b. 1495) and Khan Dada (b. 1497). These four dominated in Birote Kalan, Birote Khurd and Bakote.


Dhond Abbasi sub-tribes of Birote

Birote is inhabitant of above mentioned four Khan brothers. Their rulling time was betwen 1500 to 1590, but it seen very strange that the time-gape between Changes Khan and Adhari Khan is two hundred and quarter centuries, why? Some says that it is a falt of famly tree telling prsons called Mirasies. A man in Changass Khan decendants was Adhari Khan having four sons named Tahir Khan (b. 1730), Bahgo Khan (b. 1735) and two others migrated to unknown place. All Dhond Abbasi families ling in Birote Kalan are decendants of these two brothers.


Tahir Khan

Tahir Khan was a person of high caliber with two sons, one is Sha Mohammed and other is Lalli Khan. Shah Mohammed had a very large family with seven sons including Fateh Khan, forefather of Phatteal (b. 1882), Sunni Khan, forefather of Sunnial (b. 1885), Newais Khan, forefather of Niwaesal (b. 1890), Mir Khan, forefathr of Miral (b. 1893), Saffer Khan, forefather of Saffreal (b. 1896), and Bakhsh Khan (b.1899) and six daughters. His sons' decendants having a saparat identity as a sub-tribe. Tahir Khan younger brother Lalli Khan having only three sons named Jamal Khan (1780), qASSAL kHAN (B. 1784), and Bolaki Khan (b. 1788). Bolaki Khan was a rising leader of family and milestone in Birote rullers. He imposed a travelling tex on everybody among his own family along his palace now a hotal and possesed by Sain Mohammed Abbas Khan currently. He was killed by his family fellows by this tax dispute and deported his family to Kahoo Sharqi, Khushi Mohammed (Abdul Gafoor) is the main pesonality of Bolaki Khan family now . Jamal Khan had two sons Marwat Khan, forefather of Murtal (b.1805) and Haji Khan, forfater of Hajiaal (b. 1808). Genral Councilor of UC Birote Zoaq2 akhter Abbasi belonged to Murtal and Ex-Chairman UC Birote Haji Mohammed Azam Khan belonged to Hajiaal family. Kassal Khan had thwo sons one is Fakar Khan, forefather of Fikeeral of Tangan and other Bamboo Khan, forefather of Bambeal of Hotyrerhi (Birote Khurd). Mohammed Rezaq Khan belonged to Fakeeral family of tangan who started first transport bus Murree Hills Transport on Upper Dawal Kohala Road in 1964.


Bahgo Khan

Bahgo Khan was younger brother of Tahir Khan. He was a religious person and not interested in politics. He had four sons named Masti Khan, fourfather of Masteal (b. 1760), Mahr Khan, forefather of Mehral (b. 1772), Kamal Khan, forefather of Kamlal (b. 1775) and Dast Khan, forefather of Dasteal (b. 1779). Kamil Khan had only one son Naserdeen Khan, forefather of Naserdeenaal family. Nazim of Birote Afaq Abbasi belonged to Kamalal family.


Jabraal (Sub tribe of Dhond Abbasi)

Jabreal is sub-tribe of Dhond Abbasi main tribe of Circle Bakot. Name Jabreal derived from the name of Sardar jabro khan the for father of there family jabraal are very well known in the whole Union Council Malkot. Lala Gul Khitab Abbasi and haji abdul razaq abbasi (Nazim UC Malkot) and Allah Ditta Abbasi (A D Abbasi) chief editor Hill news belong to this family. They all have rich political background and political power.


The Plight of the Abbasi's

The Abbasis are a very good example of the rise and demise of royal families and their members. Not all but a vast majority of this tribe are scattered around the world without any real political power and indeed in most cases, are not even being able to go back to their homeland, Saudi Arabia. A refugee tribe forever one might say.


If they were still a royal family, one wonders if any Arab country would have dared to reject their entry to their own homeland. Their demise has even allowed their tribal blood line to reject them as one of their own, an example to learn from that when one is down and under, then one is denied access to their own home and their own people reject their legitimacy without any evidence.


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