You haven't answered all my questions again. Lay off the innuendo son. I have already come out and stated that old clan identities are genetically suspect. Unlike you, I do not change my stance depending on the flow of a debate. Moreover, it is not my subclan that alternate between Bani Hashim and 'Dir Irir Ban Nahay' to boost their numbers when countering the Daarood.@anonimo
For you it all boils down to boosting your insignificant numbers by claiming Isaak as Dir. The Y-DNA you’re trying to use to legitimize your case has shattered the false genealogy of the Dir clan. It’s also impossible for Isaak to be Dir while at the same time being the children of their alleged brother Magaadle.
I can also tell you that Magaadle do not claim Dir but are considered Dir by outsiders with zero knowledge of their origin. If anything, there’s more of a chance that Isaak and Magaadle was a single clan pre Islam than Isaak being Dir.
There are many books depicting the life of Shekh Ishaak Bin Ahmad.
1- Al-Dur Al Muntakhab Fi Alaqab Wal-asab (12 century manuscript) by unkown author.
2-Al Casjad Al-Manduum Li-Taariikh Wal-culuum (12 century manuscript) by
- Maxamed Hasan Al-Basri , 50 pages. Location, Al-Maktaba al-Daahiriya
Suuq al Hamiidiya , Dimashq Suriya.
3- Al-3asjad Al Manduum by Sharif Ahmed Muhammad Qaasim Al Gheribaani Yemen A Hashimi historian of Yemen (1910).
4- Thamrat Al-Mushtaaq Fi Manaaqib/Nasab al-Sheekh/Sayid Is'haaq by
Sharif Aydarus Sharif Ali Al-Aydarus 1947. (d 1347 H.A.)
Also the author of Bughyat Al-Amaal Fi-Taariikh Al Soomaal.Possile location
Madba3at 3abaadi Wa-Abnaauh, Yemen, San'a.
5- Adhwaa 3alaa Taariikh Al-Soomaal by Shariif Maxamed 3aydarus (1932-1999)
The ex-mayor of Maqudisho during the last elecion in Somalia 1968.
6-Kitaab Fatx Al-Baab Fi Al-Ansaab Wal-Alaqaab by 3abdialma3alim Ibn Yuusuf
known as 'Baabin Sayidih'.
We are Isaak and not Dir. I think you can take a break and lay off the cyber jihad because it won’t change the reality on ground.
Now answer my questions please:
Why do your authority figures identify as Dir in contradiction to what you asserted?
Which books written 800 years ago support your stance about the age old traditions of the clan? Which library can it be found in?
As you are promoting the Arab lineage claimed by the Hashimists, wouldn't that make non-Hashemite T and E-V32 Isaaqs Sheegaads?
Can you provide an academic text to support your discrediting of Muuse Galal and Rashid Sheekh's analysis of the Guba poems?