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it is the thamud who succeeded the adite ad then thamud then imliq .the imliq were probably before and during same time as Jurhum. The Imliq are the ones who succeeded the Thamud . If I am correct jurhum is a qahtani tribe , so Imliq would probably be befot
re and continued until time of Jurhum. The Arameans are the Nabateans who are the Chaldeans , the Arameans aborbed the Amorites who are the Imliq. QAHTANIS would be around that time . Prophet Ismael PBH was sent to the jurhum and the imliq and the people of yemen the first of nations is the adites the imliq are adites as it was a mix unless imliq is really a descendant of ad and not as they say the son of lud son of shem and Prophet Hud is From Aram son of Shem you will find in the Quran the correct thing The story of Hud is mentioned several times in the Quran. To avoid repetition, we quote just one passage here (from the Quran chapter 46, verses 21-26):
Mention Hud, (((one of 'Ad's own brethren.)))) Behold, he warned his people beside the winding sand-tracts. But there have been warners before him and after him, saying: "Worship none other than Allah. Truly I fear for you the chastisement of a mighty Day."
They said, "Have you come in order to turn us away from our gods? Then bring upon us the calamity with which you threaten us, if you are telling the truth!"
He said, "The knowledge of when it will come is only with Allah. I proclaim to you the mission on which I have been sent, but I see that you are a people in ignorance."
Then, when they saw a cloud advancing towards their valleys, they said: "This cloud will give us rain!" No, it is the calamity you were asking to be hastened! A wind wherein is a grievous chastisement!
Everything will it destroy by the command of its Lord! Then by the morning, nothing was to be seen but the ruins of their houses. Thus do We recompense those given to sin.
The life of the Prophet Hud is also described in other passages of the Quran: 7:65-72, 11:50-60, and 26:123-140. The eleventh chapter of the Quran is named after him.
Historian and scholar, Ibn Khaldun also mentions the Thamud several times in his great universal history al-Kitābu l-ʻibār ("Book of Evidence"), but only in passing, seldom giving much information.
Some examples from the Muqaddimah ("Introduction"):
This can be illustrated by what happened among the nations. When the royal authority of 'Ad was wiped out, their brethren, the Thamud, took over. They were succeeded, in turn, by their brethren, the Amalekites. The Amalekites were succeeded by their brethren, the Himyar. The Himyar were succeeded by their brethren, the Tubba's, who belonged to the Himyar. They, likewise, were succeeded, by the Adhwa'. Then, the Mudar came to power.
—Ibn Khaldun, Muqaddimah Chapter II Bedouin civilization, savage nations and tribes and their conditions of life, including several basic and explanatory statements, 21 As long as a nation retains its group feeling, royal authority that disappears in one branch will, of necessity, pass to some other branch of the same nation ( note amalekites are the Imliq) "
Nabi Hud pbh is from people of Aws
After all this time I figured it out amorite are imliq who were royalty among Assyrians , thamud are from Nabi Hud pbh our just the Royals among them that mixed with Imliq. When actual tribe of Thamud the remaining sons of Aram were known as Arman , they are the Nabateans
This is the arameans who are chaldeans who absorbed the amorite (imliq, arameans mixed into Assyrians , all people of Aws .