Sunday, February 2, 2014

Mr. Adnan Oktar's Genealogy

Mr. Adnan Oktar's Genealogy

Happy birthday Grand Master Adnan Oktar. I admire your efforts to establish unity on earth
Mr. Adnan Oktar's Genealogy

The Lineage of Mr. Adnan Oktar to Hazrat David (pbuh)
The lineage of Hazrat Ali (ra) is related with that of the Prophet David (pbuh) by means of Hazrat Fatima (ra).
Hazrat Fatima (ra) who is the mother of Hazrat Ali (ra) is from the marriage of the Exilarch Hofnai’s daughter and Asad ibn Hashim.
If the lineage is inspected from Hazrat Ali (ra) backwards, it is seen that marriages are continued with the Exilarchs. At the end of this lineage, there is a direct relationship with the Prophet David (pbuh).
* According to Jewish belief, even if one is a convert, the fact that a person has a Jewish bloodline from a mother makes that person of Jewish origin.
  1. HAZRAT DAVID (PBUH),  ruled 1003-970 BCE (2 Sam 5:5), the father of
  2. Nathan (brother of Solomon, son of Bathsheba) the father of
  3. Mattathan, the father of
  4. Menon, the father of
  5. Melea, the father of
  6. Eliakim, the father of
  7. Jonam, the father of
  8. Joseph, the father of
  9. Judah, the father of
  10. Simeon, the father of
  11. Levi, the father of
  12. Mattathan, the father of
  13. Joram, the father of
  14. Eliezer, the father of
  15. Joshua, the father of
  16. Er, the father of
  17. Elmodam, the father of
  18. Cosam, the father of
  19. Addi, the father of
  20. Melchi, the father of
  21. Neriah, "1st" husband of Tamar [daughter of the late crown-prince, Johanan, King Josiah's eldest son], representing the dynasty's main-line, the parents of
  22. Shealtiel, 2nd EXILARCH,  died 545 BCE (adopted son of Jeconiah, 1st EXILARCH), the father of
  23. Zerubabel, 3rd EXILARCH, who led the liberated Jews back to Jerusalem, the father of
  24. Hananiah, 5th EXILARCH, younger brother of Meshullam, 4th Exilarch, the father of
  25. Jeshaiah, 8th EXILARCH, brother of Pelatiah, the father of
  26. Rephaiah, 10th EXILARCH, the father of
  27. Arnan, the father of
  28. Obadiah, 11th EXILARCH, the father of
  29. Shecaniah I, 12th EXLIARCH, the father of
  30. Shemaiah, 13th EXILARCH, the father of
  31. Neariah, 18th EXILARCH, brother of Shemida, Hattush II, Igal, Baraiah, & Shaphat, the father of
  32. Elioenai, 20th EXILARCH, brother of 21st Exilarch Hizkiah II, his oldest son, line of exilarchs died out, the father of
  33. Akkub (younger branch), the father of
  34. David, the father of
  35. Shlomo, the father of
  36. Shemaiah, the father of
  37. David, the father of
  38. Shechaniah, the father of
  39. Hizkiah, the father of
  40. Shalom, the father of
  41. Nathan "De-Zuzita", the father of
  42. Hunya, the father of
  43. Shlomo, the father of
  44. Jacob, the father of
  45. Ahijah, 1st EXILARCH (upon the extinction of the dynasty's main-line, Akkub's older brothers), ruled 135-145 CE, the father of
  46. Nachum II, 2nd EXILARCH, ruled145-170, the father of
  47. Mar Ukba I, 7th EXILARCH, appx. 215-240, the father of
  48. Huna II, 8th EXILARCH, ruled 240-259, the father of
  49. Nathan I, 11th EXILARCH, ruled 260-270, the father of
  50. Nehemiah I, 14th EXILARCH, ruled 270-313 ex, the father of
  51. Mar-Ukba II (III), 17th EXILARCH, ruled 320-337, the father of
  52. Abba, 20th EXILARCH, ruled 350-370, the father of
  53. Kahana I, 23 EXILARCH, ruled 400-415, the father of
  54. Nathan d 413, the father of
  55. Mar Zutra I, 25th EXILARCH, ruled 442-456, the father of
  56. Kahana II, 26th EXILARCH, ruled 456-465, the father of
  57. Huna VI, 29th EXILARCH, ruled 484-508, the father of
  58. Hava married Haninai (ex 520), a Jewish prince of a younger brother of Mar-Zutra I, 25th EXILARCH, parents of
  59. Mar Zutra II 30th EXILARCH ruled 508-520 married sister of Pachida, of line of Huna IV 24th EXILARCH, parents of
  60. Ahunai 31st EXILARCH ruled 550-560, the father of
  61. Hofnai 32nd EXILARCH ruled 560-581, the father of
  62. Daughter of EXILARCH Hofnai, who married Asad ibn Hashim, the parents of
  63. Fatima, daughter of Asad ibn Hashim, who married 'Abd Manaf, the parents of
  64. HAZRAT 'ALI IBN ABU TALIB, 4th KHALIF r. 655-66
  65. Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Abu Talib ibn al-Hanafiyah, lived in Medina.
  66. Sultan Ka'b or Kegap ibn Muhammad, lord of Damascus.
  67. Sultan Khurmuz, in Egypt.
  68. Sultan Khaled, lord of Sarsarah.
  69. Sultan Walad, lord of Sarsarah.
  70. Sultan Qaydah or Kaida, lord of Sarsarah.
  71. Sultan Mawlud, lord of Sarsarah (An important commercial town in the Baghdad Caliphate). 
  72. Sultan Abu-l' As, lord of Hatay.
  73. Sultan Salim Abu Halifa, lord of Hatay.
  74. Sultan Sadaq, lord of Hatay.
  75. Abu'-l Hakk or Abd al-Hakk, lived in Medina.
  76. Sultan Uthman, from Medina.
  77. Sultan Jalal ad-Din, son of Uthman, lived in Constantinople. According to historical records dated 1638, he had two sons, Adham and Sadr ad-Din.
  78. Sadr ad-Din Ahmad (Baba Tukles), as a result of whose preaching Ozbek Khan of the Golden Horde adopted Islam, following which the Golden Horde became an Islamic state, 1312.
  79. Terme, Sadr ad-Din Ahmad, lived in the Golden Horde in Kumgent.
  80. Karapchi, son of Terme, lived in Kumgent (Southern Kazakhstan).
  81. Islam-kiya, son of Karapchi, (among the Nogay, the appelative -kiya shows that someone was a sayyid - De Weese, Islamization of the Golden Horde). Lived in Turkish lands between the Ural River and the Volga, in other words, the lands of the Golden Horde.
  82. Kadir-kiya, son of Islam, born between the Ural River and the Volga.
  83. Kutlu Kiya, son of Kadir-kiya, born in Kumgent, becoming ruler of the city after his father’s death.
  84. Edige, son of Kutlu Kiya, 1376, one of the chiefs by the side of the Golden Horde Khan Tokhtamysh. In 1419, he asked Khan Tokhtamysh for permission to found the Nogay Tatar Khanate, saying, “Let us Turks have a state independent of the Mongols.” (Russian archives dated to 1419 record that he was a sayyid.) According to the archival records, he declared to Golden Horde Khan Tokhtamysh that he was descended from the Prophet’s (saas) line. This claim by Edige appears in numerous manuscripts and documents from the 17th-19th centuries; Yazdi, Sharaf ad-din Ali (1431), Qadir Alibek (1602), Abu-l Ghazi (1603-1664) and Ubaydullah al-Horezmi (1719). 
  85. Martyred in battle by the Ural River in 1411 or 1419. A well-known figure in Russian history.
  86. Nur ad-Din, son of Egide, from the line of Sadr ad-Din Ahmad. Martyred in battle in 1412 or 1419, while his father was still alive.
  87. Waqqas, son of Nur ad-Din, clan chief (1428-1440), martyred in battle 1447-48.
  88. Musa, son of Waqqas (1472-1502). One of the founders of the Nogay Khanate and served as khan for many years.
  89. Ismail, son of Musa, khan of the Nogay Khanate in 1544. According to some records, he commanded an army of 100,000. Died in 1563.
  90. Din Muhammad, son of Ismail, khan of the Nogay Khanate, died young.
  91. The throne then passed to his brother, Sayyid Ahmad. He ruled as khan from 1563 to 1578.
  92. Sayyid Ahmad, son of Muhammad, khan of the Nogay Khanate, ascended the throne in 1584, martyred in 1587.
  93. Islam, son of Sayyid Ahmad.
  94. Kasay, Islamoglu, 1610-1627, they had their own farm near the present-day city of Pyatigorsk (near Stavropol). Known to be a sayyid.
  95. Sultan Murat, son of Kasay, 1622-1643, head of the Kasay line following the fragmentation of the Nogay Khanate.
  96. Musal, Sultanoglu, 1651.
  97. Aslan-Hadji, 1713, from the Kasay family, lived around the Beshtau mountains (near Stavropol), popularly known to be a sayyid.
  98. Musoust, from the Kasay line.
  99. Beslen (Beyarslan) Aslanov, born 1780-90. (According to the 1886 census, three brothers, Beslen, Murzabek and Aslanbek Arslanov were living with their families around the town of Beshtau.)
  100. Hadji Yusuf, son of Beslen, 1841. (Left the Caucasus in 1902 together with his wife Koshan in order to perform the hajj. Entered the Ottoman Empire, from where he went to Mecca, where he died).
  101. Omar, son of Hadji Yusuf, 1859 (Lived in the Caucasus, around the town of Beshtau (Five Mountains), until moving to Bala in 1902).
  102. Yusuf Oktar (Arslan) (The name appears in this form on his marriage certificate. Descended from the Arslanoglu line.) (1907, born in Turkey).
  103. ADNAN OKTAR
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* The majority is from the work of Graetz, Geschichte der Juden von den ältesten Zeiten bis auf die Gegenwart: 11 vols. (History of the Jews; 11853–75), impr. and ext. ed., Leipzig: Leiner, 21900, reprint of the edition of last hand (1900): Berlin: arani, 1998, ISBN 3-7605-8673-2.

* "Daughter of Hofnai" onward is based on Geniza manuscripts.  See also the book of Abu 'Ubayda Ma'mar b. al-Muthanna (d. 210/825) called Kitab al-mathalib and another work Kitab al-munammaq and also Ibn al-Kalbi's (d. 204/819) book Kitab mathalib al-'arab document the numerous marriages between the Quraish and Jewish women, even members of the "noble house" of the Jewish Exilarch.
Additional Resources:
1. Devin De Weese, Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde (Baba Tukles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition), 1956, 1994 Pennsylvania S.U., USA
2. Prof. Trepavlov, History of the Nogay Khanate, 15th-18th centuries, Moscow, 2001
3. Kadırgalı Jalayir, Collection of Family Trees in Central Asian and Deshti-i Kipchak Epics, Almaty, 1997
4. Tadhkirah’ı Tahir-i Ishan, Ubeydullah al-Horezmi, 1719, Persian translation
5. ‘Abd-al-Gaffar the Crimean, Sajarat al-atrak, 1757, Persian translation
6. B. Kochekayev, Nogay-Russian Relations 15th-18th centuries, Almaty, 1988
7. B. Kochekayev, The Social Structures of the Nogay, 19th-20th centuries, Almaty, 1969
8. Prof. Bolshakov O.G., History of the Caliphate, 3 volumes, Moscow, 1993
9. Chokan Valihanov, Kazakh History, vol. 1, Almaty, 1963
10. G. Ananyev, Historical Documents and Legends of the Kara Nogay, 1900, Tbilisi
11. M. Osmanov, Nogay and Kumyk Texts, Saint Petersburg, 1883

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2 comments:

  1. His family tree do not reach rasoolullahi s.a.w .. So harun yahya is not sayyid... right?

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    1. Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Abu Talib ibn al-Hanafiyah (#65) was son of Hazrat Ali A.S (#64) but not son of Hazrat Fatima R.A. So according to above family tree Harun Yahya's genealogy doesn't reach to Prophet Muhammad S.A.W but reach to Prophet David A.S.

      Still Harun Yahya is Sayyid as there are many Sayyids in his family tree like Islam-kiya (#81), Sayyid Ahmad (#92), Kasay, Islamoglu (#94), Aslan-Hadji (#97).
      So his genealogy reaches to both Prophet Muhammad S.A.W and Prophet David A.S.

      Allah Knows Best

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