Banu Makhzum

Banū Makhzūm
(Arabic: بنو مخزوم)
Quraysh, Adnanites
Nisba Makhzumi

Mecca, Saudi Arabia

suburbs of Damascus, Syria
Descended from Makhzum ibn Yaqazah
Religion Paganism and Islam

Banū Makhzūm (Arabic: بنو مخزوم) was one of the wealthy clans of Quraysh. They are regarded as one of three most powerful and influential Tribes in Mecca before the advent of Islam, the other two being Banu Hashim-the Islamic prophet Muhammad- and Banu Umayya[1][2][3] Members of this clan still live in present-day Saudi Arabia and Syria.

Notable Members

See also


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  6. Akram 2004, p. 2
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