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Exploring and Collecting the History of the Somali clan of Hawiye.

The Khulafa of Shaykh Uways B.Muhammed Al Barawi

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The following is a list of prominent Qadiriyah Khulifa listed in the hagoigraphy of Shaykh Aweys Al Barawi, al Jawar al Nafis (pp.17-24),

the following mentioned are affiliated with a Hawiya lineage.

Shaykh Imam Mahmud b. Benyamin al-Yaqubi
Shaykh Shakh’a famous as Shaykh Shaykhow
Shaykh Muhammad b. Uthman b. Ma’ow al-Yaqubi
Shaykh Yahya b. ‘Adow (known as Hajji Wahiliyya)
Shaykh Hajji Mahmud b. Hasan al-Warshaykhi 

Shaykh Abdi ‘Eli al-Warshaykhi
Shaykh Abu Bakr b. Muhammed b. Uthman al-Wa’issli
Shaykh Mahmud b. Hasan al-Daudi
Mu’allim Qassim al-Dubbarwayni al-Qadiri
Shaykh Ahmad b Mu’allim ‘Uthman al-Kandrashi
Shaykh Mukhtar Askub al-Kandrashi
Shaykh Ahmad b. Hajj Nur Jahbaz al-Kandrashi
Ahmad Yarow al-Sa’adi al-Qadiri
Abdullah b. Mu’allin Yusu al-Qutbi
Abd al-Salam b. Hajj Jama’ al-Qutbi
Muhammad b.Hajj Jama’ al-Qutbi
Hassan b. Barre al-Qubti al-Qadiri
Abu Bakr b. Ibrahim al-Qutbi al-Qadiri
Ahmad al-Qutbi al-Qadiri
Hajji Mahmud Fulow b. Mu’allin ‘Umar al-Qutbi
Al-Qadi Ali b. Mahmud b. Thabit al-Jawhari al-Qadiri
Faqi Ma’ow al-Qadiri
Abd Malaq al-Qadiri
Hajji Mayrow al-Qadiri
Uthman b. Aliyow
Hajji Nur al-Qadiri
Sultan Salad
Abdiyow Karkar wa al-Qadiri
Muhammad b. Ali al-Qadiri


Scott Reese “Holy men and social discouse in Colonial Benaadir”; Appendix One.


Written by abshir100

July 3, 2009 at 2:09 pm

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  1. One of the main Sheikh’s i am interested in is, Abdallah Ma’allin Yusuf al-Qudubi. According to some chapters which i have read up in Scott Reese’s book on Banaadir, this Sheikh was a huge enemy of the Sayyid and the Dervishes. Infact the Sheikh wrote a well known book where he refutes the Sayyid and labels him a “heretic”, he argues that the Qadiri order promotes peace and tranquility amongst the Muslim brothers.


    August 2, 2009 at 9:24 pm

  2. shaykh muallim qasim al dubbarwayni al yousufi al qadiri was one of these hawiye scholars who traditionally played important conflict resolution roles, he hails from abdi yousuf hawadle subclan.

    sahal ahmed

    April 15, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    • scott reese wrote in the same book holy men and social discourse in colonial banaadir : the dubbarwayn claim descent from hawadle) he meant the dhaberweyne subclan in the abdi yousuf hawaadle genealogy but are practically part of the banaadiri yet they still claim hawadle.

      sahal ahmed

      April 15, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    • in the same book scot rees says: the dubbarwayne claim descent from hawadle) i know this its the dhabarwayne subclan in the abdi yuusuf hawadle genealogy.

      sahal ahmed

      April 15, 2012 at 4:01 pm

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