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syed waqqas H kazmi

my family tree (shajrah-e-nasab)

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

As-salaam alaikum. I am in the process of researching my family tree (shajrah-e-nasab) and would like to talk with any Kazmi Sadaat, inparticular those who are descended from Ishaq ibn Musa.

Salaams and duas. syed waqqas haider kazmi from [EDIT]

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On 11/2/2017 at 11:28 AM, syed waqqas H kazmi said:

I am in the process of researching my family tree (shajrah-e-nasab) and would like to talk with any Kazmi Sadaat, inparticular those who are descended from Ishaq ibn Musa.

Salam. Please see the topic here:

http://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/234915850-kazmi-sadaat/

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