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  • Bamba Days: A walk through Bambalapitiya in the Sixties

    A trek through the streets and homes of the people who lived in a small town called “Bambalapitiya”, in the city of Colombo (00400), in old Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in the 60s

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  • CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 10

    Volume 10 Includes 

    “Araby” Ibrahim from Zabeedi, Yemen – Family #111
    Aachumma – Family #175
    Abdul Careem – Family #176
    Abdul Hameed – Family # 174
    Abdul Rahman – Family #170
    116AHM Jameel – Family #145
    Ahmedo Lebbe – Family #109
    Al Faris Ahmed Pochea – Family # 105
    Assen Aliyar – Family 173
    Avoo Lebbe Marikar + Seedhevi Umma (MattaKootam) – Family #144
    Avoo Lebbe Marikar – Family # 101
    Colanda Marikar + Shotha Umma – Family #177
    Haleema Umma/Balkis Umma/Athatha Umma – Family #171
    Hasheem LM – Family #161
    Idroos Lebbe Marikar – Family # 126
    Mahmood – Family #129
    MB Mohamed – Family #123
    Muhammad – Family #113
    Muhammad Uduman Lebbe – Family #117
    Packeer Thamby Sinna Lebbe Marikar – Family #112
    Saeed Marikar – Family #124
    Samsilebbe Marikar + Azeeza Umma – 178
    Samsudeen Hajiar (Samsama) – Family # 136
    Segu Lebbe Marikar – Family #102
    Sheikh Muhammad Navuda – Family #115
    Sheikh Marikar Mahamood – Family #146
    SLM Thowfeek – Family # 127
    Syed Muhammad Moulana – Family # 135
    Thamby Sahib – Family #163
    Village Headman Saifu Kandu of Kal-Eliya – Family 137

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  • CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 12

    This publication is in the form of multiple volumes, numbered each containing, at least four (4) families where there are several links, by marriage, between their people. 

    Sulaiman Aalim Family #220                                                             

    Syed Abbas  Family #221

    Seyyadu  Family #222

    Kader Shah Family #223

    Cassim Bawa Family #224

    AMM Lameer Family #225

    MC Abdul Rahman Family #226

    Abdul Caffoor Marikar SLM Family # 231

    MUM Salie Family #236

    Meegahayata Gedera Gurunanselage Uduma Lebbe Family #237 

    Abdul Majeed Mohamed Anver  Family #238

    (ARM Basheer, Mrs NM (Dhanina) ZaheedFamily #239

    Mohamed

    M.A.S. ABDUL CADER – (Family #241

    Muhandiram HO Lebbe of Nawalapitiya – Family #242                 

    Noordeen Zainudeen – Family # 244                                                  

    HASANA LEBBE OF THUNDUWA – Family #248                        

    KATTU RAJA HASSAN NINAR MARIKAR – Family #251          

    MUHAMMAD YOUSOOF – Family #252

    SEGU FAREED – Family #253                                                          

    Sheikh Abdul Cader Issadeen of Matara – Family #260                  

    Muhammad Ibrahim – Akkaraipattu Family #262

    SIDDI LEBBE (from China Fort, Beruwela) Family #263             

    ARIFEEN – FAMILY #264                                                                

    N M M Sheriff (Comban) – Family #268

    SHEIKH JAMALDEEN SALIHUE MARIKKAR – Family #269  

    MUHAMMAD ABDUL CADER – Family #270

    ISMAIL – Family #271                                                                        

    Ahmed Lebbe Marikar – Family #272

    WEDARALALLAGEDERA ABOOBUCKER

    SULAIMAN LEBBE – Family #308                                                  

    Arrasi Marikkar Family  #309                                                          

    PTS – Family #312                                                                              

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  • CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 7

    History records that the Arabs were trading in many parts of the coastal belt of Ceylon long before Islam and had always maintained a very cordial and friendly relationship with the local people. Trading and business has always been the forte of the Muslims, mainly on account of their ancestors who came to the Island in search of business and barter. It is interesting to note that the Arab traders never ventured into war with the local rulers or colonization of the land like the Portuguese, Dutch, and British did. They never had any desire of the exploitation and commercialization of the local people and their land and only concentrated on trading and business in an open, honest, just, and fair manner.

     

    Volume 7 Inclides families 
    Abdul Hameed – Family #194
    Abdul Lathif Muhammad Hamza of Matara – Family # 165
    Abdul Latiff Abdul Majeed – Family #198
    Aboobakr Hajiar of Galle – Family #116
    Aboobucker – Family #71
    Ahamed Marikar – Family #110
    Ahmed Lebbe Marikar O.L.M. Family #66
    Aliya Marikar – Family #208
    AMA Wadood (Dharga Town) – Family #193
    AseLeva – Family #63
    Badrudeen Baghdadi – Family # 213
    Cassim Lebbe – Family #62
    Chinna Lebbe Marikar – Family #104
    Dawood Lebbe ofUdunuwara – Family #119
    Hassana Marikar – Family #139
    HHS Ismail – Family #202
    ILM Zahir/ILM Nizar – Family #148
    Izzadeen Mohamed – Family #205
    Kairu Lebbe Appa Auliya – Family #91
    Kasila Marikkar – Family #204
    Khateeb Mamuna Lebbe Abubacker Lebbe – Family #58
    Khateeb Seyadu Shahidu Marikar – Family #107
    Lebbe Sahib Notaris – Family #133
    Mohamed Cassim – Family #206
    Mohideen Bawa – Family #142
    Muhammad Buhary + Haleema – Family # 166
    Muhammad Cassim Marikar – Family #61
    Muhammad Hameem A.M. – Family #143
    Muhammad Ibrahim Abdul Rahman – Family #149
    Muhammad Mehraj Abdul Moomin Khan – Family #169
    Muhammad Hajie Marikar – Family #217
    Munna Assen Naina Lebbe – Family #212
    Munna Hassan Naina Lebbe – Family #140
    Nizar AHM (Dr Fowzia, Dr Fazli, Faizal, Faiz) – Family #64
    Noohu Lebbe Marikar – Family #118
    Pakir Malimiyar Marikar – Family #114
    Rahmath Umma of Matara – Family # 164
    Rajabdeen – Family #147
    Sahib Thamby – Family #65
    Sevu Gani Marikar – (Family #138)
    Sheikh Hassan bin ‘Uthman Al Makhzumi – Family #192
    Sheikh Mohideen + Musa Umma – Family #162
    Sinne Lebbe Marikar – Family #103
    Sinne Lebbe Marikar – Family #168
    Sinne Thamby Marikar (Beruwela) – Family #167
    Thamby Marikar – Family #141

     

     

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  • CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 9

    The Muslims of Sri Lanka have been an integral part of Sri Lankan society since the advent of Islam and the movement of Arab, Indian, Persian and other Muslim traders to the Island. An influx of Muslims to the Island from Java, in the Indonesian region, has also contributed to the Muslim community in the country.

    Volume 9

    Aboobucker Lebbe – Family #94
    Aboobucker Mudaliyar – Family #98
    Ahmedo Lebbe – Family #109
    AK Hasheem – Family #59
    Al Faris Ahmed Pochea – Family #105
    Amalava Baas – Family # 86
    Amirdeen – Family #78
    Avoo Lebbe Marikar – Family # 101
    ILM Zanoon – Family # 79
    Ishak Naina-Marikar – Family #83
    Katu Bawa – Family #95
    Khateeb Sheikh Omar (of Yamani) – Family #92
    Levana Marikar Samsudeen Hajiar + Safia Umma I.L.M. – Family #81
    Mamma Nana Muhammad – Family #75
    Mamma Nana Muhammad – Family #75
    Muhammad Packeer Lebbe – Family #87
    Nagoor Meera – Family #73
    Oduma Lebbe Marikar – Family #97
    Segu Lebbe Marikar – Family #102
    Sheika Lebbe Marikar – Family #82
    Sheiq Fareed-I – Family #50
    Sheriffdeen – Family #74
    SLM Haniffa Hajiar – Family #88

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  • February Frolic: Thoughts & Verse through Time

    A collection of thoughts, expressed in verse, through the long and winding corridors of time since the 60s in Sri Lanka (Ceylon) and the Middle East since 1979 and Canada in 2018.

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – V1

    The Muslims of Sri Lanka, presently, consist of Moor, Malay, Bohra, Memon, Indian, Yemeni, Afghan, Egyptian, and Turkish, communities. Many have their genealogy records written in various languages still preserved within their archives. The family trees researched, compiled, verified, and published in these volumes are mainly from these records, the memories of senior citizens, and also recorded archives from the local government birth, marriage, and death registration departments.

    Volume 1 includes families
    Caffoor/Cader/Wahab (NDH) – Family #80
    Jemmi (Marikar-Haji) – Family #13
    Saapu Waapa (Sulaiman Lebbe) – Family #93
    Shothian (Shamsi Lebbe Marikar) – Family #10

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 2

    This publication is in the form of multiple volumes, numbered each containing, at least four (4) families where there are several links, by marriage, between their people.

     

    SAHIB DORAY Family #20                                                     

    OLMALM ALIM Family #30                                                   

    NOORDEEN Family #60                                                          

    KADER KANDO Family #70                                                  

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 3

    The Muslims of Sri Lanka have been an integral part of Sri Lankan society since the advent of Islam and the movement of Arab, Indian, Persian and other Muslim traders to the Island. An influx of Muslims to the Island from Java, in the Indonesian region, has also contributed to the Muslim community in the country.

    Volume 3 Includes families
    Avuducandu Marikar – Family #106
    MAC Mohamed – Family #11
    Mamuna Lebbe – Family #18
    MLM Ibrahim (Husain, Nawaz, Shahul Hameed) – Family #12

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 4 & 5

    The Muslims of Sri Lanka, presently, consist of Moor, Malay, Bohra, Memon, Indian, Yemeni, Afghan, Egyptian, and Turkish, communities. Many have their genealogy records written in various languages still preserved within their archives. The family trees researched, compiled, verified, and published in these volumes are mainly from these records, the memories of senior citizens, and also recorded archives from the local government birth, marriage, and death registration departments.

    Volume 4/5 includes famelies of
    Al Qutb Al-Sheikh Ismail Al-Yamani Al-Sailani – Family #108
    Al-Alim Naina-Marikar Khaleefathul Khadiry – Family #16
    Cassim Lebbe Marikar – Family #17
    Hadji Cassim – Family #311
    Ismail (Ramiz, Azhara, Hussain, Zuhair, Sireeya) – Family #258
    Notharis Abdul Rahman – Family #19
    Pullimaan Deen – Family #366
    Pullimaan Deen Spouse (Muthu Natchiya) – Family #377

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES – Volume 8

    Volume 8 Include families 

    Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Abdul Malik ibn Thufail al-Madani – Family #57
    Ahamado Lebbe Marikar Ibrahim Lebbe – Family #44
    Ahmed Lebbe Marikar – Family #41
    Ajam Bhai – Family #48
    Al-Marhoom Mahallam MLM Muhammad – Family #36
    Bawa Lebbe Mathicham of Warakapola – Family #32
    Hafiz Sheikh Abdul Samad Moulana – Family #261
    Haji Lebbe Marikar – Family # 33
    Hassen Ali Marikar – Family # 29
    Ibrahim Lebbe Marikar (Mukaddam) – Family #35
    Ibrahim Lebbe – Family #37
    Kuna Wawanna Mohamed Ghany – Family #43
    Mahmood Lebbe Hameed Lebbe – Family #27
    Meer Bhai – Family #49
    Mohamed Abubakr Marikar – Family #34
    Muhammad Madar – Family #38
    Muhammad Thamby Sahid Doray – Family #47
    Oduma Lebbe Marikar – Family #46
    Oduma Lebbe Marikar – Family #39
    OL Mowlana Family #125
    Othman Mohideen + Mymoona Umma – Family #54
    PMM Cassim (Mutuwal) – Family #55
    Segu Pillai Marikar of Weweldeniya – Family #31
    Seyed Muhammad Moulana – Family #179
    Seyed Yoosuf ibnu Seyed Abdullah Rifaye Moulana – Family #28
    ST Assen Sahibo – Family #53
    Sultan Marikar – Family #42
    Syed Abdullah – Family #87
    Syed Ali – Family #98
    Uduma Lebbe Abdul Sattar – Family #26

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES Volume 1-15

    Genealogical data of Muslim families of Ceylon since more than 1,000 years compiled and presented from data acquired by many contributors across the island. The work was originally published by the MICH in the 1970’s and subsequently by the author in 1984. Since then all the data, with corrections and updates have been compiled into multiple volumes of families having connectivity between them via marriage.

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  • FOUR CEYLON MOOR FAMILIES Volume 6

    This publication is in the form of multiple volumes, numbered each containing, at least four (4) families where there are several links, by marriage, between their people.

    Magdom of Aluthgama Family #14                                                     7

    Abdul Cader & Muthu Umma Family #15                                        17

    Sultan Bawa Family #99                                                                        22

    Ahmed Lebbe Marikar Family #100                                                   44

    Yousoof Lebbe Marikar – Family #21                                                 51

    Wapu Marikar – Family Family #77                                                    55

    1. I. L. Mohideen Lebbe – Family #96 59

    Ismail – Family Family #172                                                                 62

    ACM – Family #23                                                                                   66

    Noordeen Hajiar – Family #45                                                              68

    Muhammad Lebbe Siddi Lebbe Marikar – Family #128                 71

    Ismail – Family #381                                                                               82
    Cassim Sheriff – Family #51                                                                 83
    Pawalkodi Mohideen Sahib Family #52                                            86
    Mohamed Hadjiar, SU (Poothan Hadjiar/Galle) Family #69         89
    Sheikh Ali Hussain Akbar – Family #84                                            95
    Seyed Othman Bayumi of Yemen – Family # 85                              100
    Malim Bawa Muhammad Ibrahim – Family #89                             103
    Muhammad – Family #25                                                                     104
    Aboobucker of Weligama Family #56                                               106
    Idroos Lebbe Marikar – Family #24                                                    114
    Sheikh Marikar – Family #40                                                               118
    Hamid A.C.A – Family # 67                                                                  141
    Zainudeen O.L.M. – Family # 68                                                         145
    Sadiq – Family #325                                                                              146
    Meera Lebbe Family #383                                                                    148

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  • Islamic Inheritance Q&A

    This publication was initiated, based on many questions and answers that were discussed on real life Islamic Inheritance situations online.

     

    Based on the massive interest and responses received it was decided to publish all of the Q&A together with a brief understanding of the logic and methodology of Inheritance according to Islamic Law that is used to compute the shares of the heirs of a deceased.

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