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All descendants of Sayyid Muhammad Al-Makki/Mahmud Al-Makki who came from Mashhad to Sindh in the seventh century, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is because we are conducting a study and collecting family trees. Thank you very much and a special thanks to the admins of this website for allowing this thread.
I recently heard that the term 'Sayed' is not limited to the children of the holy prophet (s), but to anyone who is belongs to bani Hashem. This argument didn't make sense to me, because then that would mean that Abu Lahab (l.a.) would also be considered a Sayed... Could anyone clarify where the term came from, where and when it was first used and who it refers to? Thank you in advance. Wslm
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