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Notable relatives of Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi)

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Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi) insists that he is a "Syed."[1] While no one challenges Nabi Mir's membership in the South Asian "Syed" caste, there is extensive material evidence generated by Nabi Mir's troubled second son, Ali Mir (a.k.a. Ishraq Abidi), that make the alleged lineage of the Mirs and linkage to the Imam Ali ibn Abi Taleb, PBUH&HF, seriously disputable. Nevertheless, should the claims of Nabi Mir turn out to be true, he may also claim the high profile "Syeds" discussed below as his blood relatives.

The Gate of the Baha'is



السيد علي محمد شيرازي، المسمى "باب" من قبل البهائيين
Siyyid Ali Muhammad Shirazi, otherwise known as Bab by the Bahá’ís



Akl Hashem of the South Lebanon Army



العميل الإسرائيلي السيد عقل هاشم

This photo dated from the late 1980's shows Syed Akl Hashem (Arabic: السيد عقل هاشم), second from right, the late second-in-command of the South Lebanon Army (SLA), Israel's proxy defunct terrorist militia, speaking with then Israeli Defense Minister Itzhak Rabin, left, during the latter's visit to Israel's so-called Security Zone in south Lebanon. Syed Akl Hashem was killed on January 30, 2000, by Hezbollah, the Lebanon-based international terrorist organization.

 
يُخْرِجُ الْحَيَّ مِنَ الْمَيِّتِ وَيُخْرِجُ الْمَيِّتَ مِنَ الْحَيِّ (الروم: 19)
 

Syed Akl Hashem is a member of the Banu Hashim clan of Mecca and a descendant of Prophet Muhammad, PBUH&HF, through his daughter Fatima, PBUH, and her husband al-Imam Ali ibn Abi Taleb, PBUH. The forefathers of Akl Hashem were Shia-Muslims; however, one of his recent predecessors claimed that he is Christian to avoid compulsory service in the Ottoman army. The Sunni-Muslim Turks had made it obligatory upon all able-bodied Muslims living under the rule of the Ottoman Caliph to serve in the armed forces of the empire. Non-Muslims were excluded from Ottoman military conscription.

Having taken refuge in Christianity, the elder Hashem renounced Shia-Islam and became a member in the Greek Orthodox Church. As the Hashemites adore positions of power, Akl Hashem was true to the path of his family when he became the field commander of the SLA and its number two man!



The government of Lebanon considers Akl Hashem[2] a traitor and a disgrace to the Lebanese nation due to his extensive and high level service in the disbanded South Lebanon Army (SLA) and collaboration with the government, intelligence services, and armed forces of the Jewish State. Lebanon and Israel are technically still at war with each other.

Mohamad Ali El Husseini



عضو الجهاز الأمني لمنظمة "حزب الله" الإرهابية محمّد علي الحسيني، الثالث من اليسار، خلال مناورات عسكرية في لبنان
Dangerous undercover Hezbollah operative Mohamad Ali El Husseini, third from left, with fellow terrorists during military maneuvers in Lebanon. Notice the black and gray checkered Basij scarf around the neck of El Husseini.



Ali Mir: Like father like son

Of course, an undoubtable relative of Nabi Mir is his very own son, Ali R. Mir (a.k.a. Ishraq Abidi) who gave sincere testimonies about the true thinking of his father and his followers:

Ali Mir (a.k.a. Ishraq Abidi) of Shia Association of Bay Area (Saba Islamic Center): "HEZBOLLAH[3] -- Take The Gun And Fight the Zionists [i.e., Jews] and the Nawasib [i.e., Sunni Muslims]." Ali Mir is the second son of Nabi Raza Mir (a.k.a. Nabi Raza Abidi)



Notes and references

  1. Syed (also spelled as Sayyed, Seyyed, Siyyid, etc.) is Arabic for master or lord (Arabic: سيّد). In general, it is an honorific that is used to mean Mister. As such, in the Arab World, formal letters are addressed to Sayyed so and so for men and Sayyeda so and so for women. Deeply devout Muslims who are true descendants of Prophet Muhammad, PBUH&HF, especially clerics, may be addressed with the Sayyed honorific. The Muslims of South Asia (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan), especially the Shiites, adopted the caste system of their Hindu ancestors and neighbors and created a privileged "Syed" class, splitting the community into two distinguished types (Syeds and non-Syeds). In general, the members of the Syed class in the Indian Subcontinent tend to engage in consanguineous marriages (marriage among close relatives) to maintain their class-based privileges. In some remote backward villages, such as Alipur, Karnataka, India, this led to very high incidences of birth defects.
  2. Akl Hashem (Arabic: عقل هاشم) was the second in command in the Israeli-founded, -funded, and -trained South Lebanon Army (SLA). Hashem was assassinated by the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah. The surname of Hashem is also spelled as Hashim, Hachem and Hachim while his first name is also spelled as Aql.
  3. Hezbollah (Arabic: "حزب الله"; a.k.a. Hizbullah; a.k.a. Hizballah) is an international terrorist organization based in Lebanon. Hezbollah is a sectarian entity, which follows and promotes the Khomeinist version of Shia Islam. Hezbollah has operatives stationed throughout the world, including the United States and Europe. For more information, please see: What is Hezbollah?

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