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Hadrami sheikhdom

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1820–1967  
Historical era  20th century
Disestablished  1967
Government  Sheikhdom
Established  1820
Capital  Al-Shibr
Hadrami sheikhdom

The Hadrami or Hadhrami Sheikdom (Arabic: مشيخة الحضرمي‎‎), Maktab Al Hadharem (Arabic: مكتب الحضارم‎‎), or Al Hadharem (Arabic: الحضارم‎‎), is one of the five sheikdoms of Upper Yafa. The Hadrami sheikdom was divided into four quarters: Sinaani (سناني), Bal Hay (بلحأي), Thuluthi (ثلثي), and Marfadi (مرفدي). The capital of the sheikdom is the village of Al-Shibr (Arabic: قرية الشبر‎‎), which is located in the Sinaani quarter.

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History

The state was abolished on 14 August 1967 upon the founding of the People's Republic of Yemen. In 1990 it became part of the Republic of Yemen.

Rulers

Hadrami was ruled by sheikhs who bore the title Shaykh al-Mashyakha al-Hadramiyya.

Sheikhs

  • 1820 - 1850 Ghalib al-Hadrami
  • 1850 - 1870 Muhammad ibn Ghalib al-Hadrami
  • 1870 - 1900 Muhsin ibn Ghalib al-Hadrami
  • 1900 - 1915 Muhsin ibn Muhsin al-Hadrami
  • 1915 - 1945 Nasi ibn Muhsin al-Hadrami
  • 1945 - 1958 Muhammad ibn Muhsin al Hadrami
  • 1959 `Abd Allah ibn Muhammad al-Hadrami
  • 1959 - 1967 `Abd al-Qawi ibn Muhammad al-Hadrami
  • References

    Hadrami sheikhdom Wikipedia


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