Ha'wa zin was a sub-division from the Qais
Qais , also spelled Qays or Kais, were an Arabian tribe branched from the Mudhar Adnani groups.-Main branches of Qais:The main branches of the Qais tribes are the Banu Sulaym, Hawazin and the Banu Ghatafan. These three main groups remained in the Eastern Hejaz until the 7th century...

 Ailan tribe, Hawazin is the mighty Pre-Islamic Arabia
Pre-Islamic Arabia
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n tribe concentrated in the area around Ta’if
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 in the Arabian Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
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. Its descendants are scattered across the Middle-East and North Africa as many of its members were dispatched after the Muslim conquests
Muslim conquests
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 to Syria
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, Iraq
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, Egypt
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, Morocco
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, and Spain
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. Remaining descendants in Arabia go by the name of 'Utaybah
Utaybah is a large Arab tribe of the Arabian Peninsula. As is the case with many other large tribal confederations in the region, the name Otaibah only appeared within the last few centuries. Otaibah's original territory was concentrated in the area around Taif, but in the 18th century, their...

. Genealogists trace the tribe to Adnan bin Moudir. The descendants of Adnan
Adnan is the traditional ancestor of the Adnani Arabs of northern, central and western Arabia, as opposed to the Qahtani of Southern and south eastern Arabia who descend from Qahtan.-Origin:...

 (also known as the Adnanites
Adnan (name)
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) are part of the northern tribes of Arabia. Historians trace the tribe roots to the following bloodline:

Hawazin bin Mansour bin Ekrama bin Khafsa bin Qais
Qais , also spelled Qays or Kais, were an Arabian tribe branched from the Mudhar Adnani groups.-Main branches of Qais:The main branches of the Qais tribes are the Banu Sulaym, Hawazin and the Banu Ghatafan. These three main groups remained in the Eastern Hejaz until the 7th century...

 Ailan bin Moudir bin Nizar bin Ma'ad bin Adnan ibn Add ibn Send ibn Napyot (Nebaioth
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) ibn Ishmael
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 ibn Abraham
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 ibn Azar (Terah
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) ibn Nahoor ibn Srooj ibn Ra'o ibn Phaleg ibn Aber ibn Shaleh ibn Arpheckshad ibn Sam (Shem
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) ibn Noah
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 ibn Lamek ibn Motoshaleh ibn Edres (Enoch
Enoch (ancestor of Noah)
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) ibn Yared ibn Mehlaiel ibn Qenan ibn Anosh ibn Sheeth ibn Adam
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The tribes cited under this bloodline are sometimes referred to as Ishmaelites
According to the Book of Genesis, Ishmaelites are the descendants of Ishmael, the elder son of Abraham.-Traditional Origins:According to the Book of Genesis, Abraham's first wife was named Sarah and his second wife Hagar. However Sarah was old and barren, and could not conceive...

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