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The Hadhrami (حضرمي, sing.) or Hadharem (plural: الحضارم) are people inhabiting the Hadhramaut region in Yemen and their descendants in diaspora communities around the world.wikipedia
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They speak Hadhrami Arabic an Arabic dialect with a heavy Hadramite Substrate, which belongs to the South Semitic languages.
Hadhrami Arabic, or Ḥaḍrami Arabic, is a variety of Arabic spoken by the Hadhrami people (Ḥaḍārima) living in the Hadhramaut.
They speak Hadhrami Arabic an Arabic dialect with a heavy Hadramite Substrate, which belongs to the South Semitic languages. The Hadhrami (حضرمي, sing.) or Hadharem (plural: الحضارم) are people inhabiting the Hadhramaut region in Yemen and their descendants in diaspora communities around the world.
The people of Hadhramaut are called Hadhrami.
Hadhrami JewsJews of HadramautHadhramaut
The vast majority of the Hadhrami Jews now live in Israel.
The Hadhrami Jews were a subset of the Yemeni Jews.
The Chaush (undefined) are Muslim community of Hadhrami Arab descent found in the Deccan region of India.
Barkas is now inhabited mainly by the Chaush community, who are direct descendants of the Hadhrami, Larzi tribe is also one of the famous tribes who migrated from Yemen to Barkas Hyderabad, They were Arab military men and bodyguards from the Hadhramaut region of South Arabia (now part of the Republic of Yemen).
Habib Ali KwitangAli bin Abdurrahman al-HabshiAli Kwitang
His father was Abdurrahman bin Abdullah bin Muhammad al-Habshi, an Arab Indonesian of Hadhrami- Sayyid descent.
Anies Rasyid Baswedan
Anies Rasyid Baswedan was born on 7 May 1969, in Kuningan, West Java to a Hadhrami-Javanese father and a Sundanese mother.
Ahmed Abdallah SambiAhmed SambiA.A. Sambi
He is of Hadhrami ancestry, descending from the Ba 'Alawi family of Hadhramaut (now part of Yemen).
Rizieq ShihabHabib Rizieq ShihabHabib Rizieq
Both his parents were Arab Indonesians of mixed Hadhrami and Betawi heritage.
His father was an Arab Muwallad named Muhammad, and his paternal grandfather named Alim Algadri, a Hadhrami descent born in Surat, India who married a local Indian woman and later migrated to East Java and was given position as the Kapten Arab in Pasuruan, a position in the colonial system solely for Arab Indonesians.
MunirMunir Said Thalib Al-Kathiri
Munir was born into a family of Hadhrami Arab and Javanese origins, from Kathiri.
FPIFront Pembela IslamIslam Defenders Front
The FPI was founded on 17 August 1998 by Habib Muhammad Rizieq Syihab, a Hadhrami Arab Indonesian of Sufi Sunni Muslim background, who is known for defending Hadhrami Sufi Islam while advocating against Ahmadis and Shias.
Sayyid Abdullah Al-AidarusSayyid Abdullah Al-AidrusʿAbdallāh ibn Shaykh al-ʿAydarūs
(عبد الله بن شيج العيدروس, died 1609) was a Hadhrami religious leader who lived in the 16th century and a descendant of Abu Bakr al-ʿAydarūs, a prominent saint who started the al-ʿAydarūs branch of the Bā ʿAlawiyyah clan.
Republic of YemenYemeniJemen
The Hadhrami (حضرمي, sing.) or Hadharem (plural: الحضارم) are people inhabiting the Hadhramaut region in Yemen and their descendants in diaspora communities around the world.
Most of the prominent Indonesians, Malaysians, and Singaporeans of Arab descent are Hadhrami people with origins in southern Yemen in the Hadramawt coastal region.
The family of Al-Saggoff (Arabic: السقاف ; transliterated elsewhere al-Saqqaf or al-Saqqāf) were Arab Singaporean spice traders of Hadhrami origin, who became influential by marrying into a royal family from the Celebes (now Sulawesi, Indonesia).
Munshi AbdullahAbdullah bin Abdul KadirAbdullah
Munshi Abdullah was a great-grandson of a Hadhrami Arab trader, and also had Tamil and to a smaller extent, Malay ancestry.
Sharif MasahorSyed Mashhor
Sharif Masahor bin Muhammad Al-Shahab, also written as Syed Mashhor and commonly known as Syarif Masahor, or Sharif Masahor in Malayan contexts, (died 1890 in Selangor) was a famous Malay rebel of Hadhrami descent in Sarikei, Sarawak state, Malaysia during the Brooke White Rajahs era in that state.
Marí AlkatiriAlkatiriMarí Bim Amude Alkatiri
* Mari Alkatiri, former Prime Minister
He is Hadhrami Arab by ethnicity and comes from the Al-Kathiri tribe, a branch of which was also the Royal family of Hadhramaut that is now part of Yemen.
Raden Saleh bin YahyaSaleh, Raden Sarief Bastaman
He was born into a noble Hadhrami family where his father was Sayyid Husen bin Alwi bin Awal bin Yahya, an Indonesian of Arab descent.
Said Na'um was a Hadhrami and lived in Palembang for sometime before later moved to Pekojan in Batavia.
Datuk Seri Syed Hamid AlbarForeign Minister AlbarSyed Hamid al-Bar
Syed Hamid's father was of Hadhrami Arab descent, and migrated from Indonesia to Malaysia shortly before World War II.
Syed Ja'afar AlbarTan Sri Syed Jaabar AlbarTan Sri Syed Jaafar Albar
He was also known for his radical views on Malay sovereignty over Malaysia, and Malay supremacy in politics, and is of Hadhrami Arab descent.
Syed Mohamed Syed Ahmad AlsagoffAlsagoffBrigadier Sayyid Mohammad
Syed Mohamed bin Syed Ahmad Alsagoff was an Hadhrami Muslim born in Singapore and grandson of Nong Chik.
Syed Sheh Hassan BarakbahSyed Hassan BarakbahTun Syed Sheikh Barabakh
Born in Alor Star, Kedah, Syed Sheh is of Hadhrami-Malay descent; his Arab ancestors had migrated from Hadhramaut and settled in Kedah for several generations.
Aljunied RoadSyed Omar Aljunied
Syed Sharif Omar bin Ali Al Junied was a wealthy Hadhrami Arab merchant from Palembang, where he had set up business after migrating from his hometown in Tarim, Yemen.