Gleanings from the Desert of Arabia

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actually in Islam the adites are from Ad bin aws bin aram then came thamud then the Imliq succeeded the thamud and it is a mix that is why the imliq are from Adites adites is referring to those who come from Ad bin Aws(Uz) bin Aram the imliq came from Lud bin Sam bin Nuh Imliq was son of Lud they mixed with adites succeeded them that is why they are known as adites
Ibn Khaldun
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) "
'Imliq is the father of the Amalekites from whom came the berbers,who are children of Thamila bin Maarib bin Faaraan bin 'Amr bin 'Imliq bin Lud bin Sam(Shem) bin Nuh (Noah)PBH
.prophets and patriarchs
To Lud bin Shem was born Tasm and Judays?who dwelt in al Yamaamah.Lud also begot 'Imliq whose dwelling place was the holy area(al haram) and the outskirts of Makka. Some of his descendant's reached Syria among these are the Amalekites from whom the Pharaohs of Egypt came. To Lud to was born Umaym who had many offspring some of these broke away to join Gomer bin Japheth in East.
from prophets and patriarchs
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According to Arab historians such as Ibn Khaldun and Ali ibn al-Athir, Amalek is a name given to the Amorites and the Canaanites.
Imliq used to mix with a canaanite aboriginal people like that of north america
people forget after Ad who came from al hijr to ubar the thamud came from that same area and they lived from al hijr to greater part of syria then came imliq who succeeded them a mix that is why they are called adites if they came before the adite who are from aws bin Aram they cant be called adites they came after and thus it makes sense to call them adites
 

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