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Description of Hashmi/Abbasi
It is very challenging to drive how we are Hashmi or Abbasi, I did some research on it and found very interesting results. Basically, we are the descendants of Hazrat Ibrahim (PBUH) through the reunion linage of Hazrat Ismael (PBUH) and Hijra.
Over the period and down the road the progeny drives its Khandan (Family symbolic name) Abbasid on their descent from Abbas ibn Abd al-Mut Talib (PBUH)(AD 566-652), one of the youngest uncles of the Prophet Muhammad by virtue of which descent, they regarded themselves as the legal heirs of the Prophet. Since Prophet had only daughter Fatima, according to Shia faith his linage continued through reunion of Ali ibn Abi Talib and Fatima (daughter of Prophet) which are known as Sayed/Sadat/Syed.
Now the question arises how Hashmiat and Abbasid are related to each other I would say both are same. The only difference is the symbolic name chaged time to time, here is some research result on it and extracted from Wikipedia
“Hashemite, also called Hashmi, any of the Arab descendants, either direct or collateral, of the prophet Muhammad, from among whom came the family that created the 20th-century Hashemite dynasty. Muhammad himself was a member of the house of Hashim (Hashem), a subdivision of the Quraysh tribe.. The Abassids also found themselves at expectations with the Shia, many of whom had supported their war against the Umayyads, since the Abassids claimed legitimacy by their familial connection to Muhammed PBUH). Muhammad ibn 'Ali, a great-grandson of Abbas, began to campaign for the return of power to the family of the Prophet, the Hashimites, in Persia during the reign of Umar II, Muhammad ibn Ali."
Our Family tree touches Hazrat Abbas, born c. 565 CE, was one of the youngest sons of Abd al-Muttalib. His mother was Nutayla bint Janab of the Namir tribe. After his father's death, he took over the Zamzam Well and the distributing of water to the pilgrims
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