The Hausawi tribe number is considered one of the most sought after tribal numbers by many people around the world, due to the weight that this tribe represents in history, particularly in the history of Africa, and the influence it has on the regions where lived and established his civilization on his lands. Today, through our website, we will be the only ones to identify the symbolic number of this tribe and the most important information about it.
There is no code or number for the Al-Hawsawi tribe, because it is one of the African tribes and not one of the tribes of the Arabian Peninsula, since the absolute digital code system for the tribes applies only to those Arab tribes who inhabited the region of Arabian Peninsula to facilitate mutual access of its members.
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The Hausa, or Hausa, are considered one of the largest ethnic groups on the African continent. The Hausa people are diverse, yet culturally homogeneous. It lives mainly in the Sahel region, the Sudan region, the Doura region, areas of northern Nigeria and south-eastern Niger.
However, it is present in large numbers in parts of Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Chad, Togo, Ghana, Sudan, Gabon, Senegal and western Saudi Arabia, but the largest numbers of this tribe live in Nigeria and Niger.
Hausa-speaking communities are distributed across West Africa and along the traditional north-east pilgrimage route that passes through the desert. The largest population is concentrated in the city of Agadez and its surroundings. Subsequently, the rest of the population of this tribe moved to large coastal cities such as Accra, Banjul, Lagos, Abidjan, Cotonou and to some parts of North Africa, such as Libya in 5000 years.
The Hausa founded 7 kingdoms starting from the 9th century AD until the 13th century, and that region is currently known as Southern Niger and Northern Niger, and this was the region with the greatest concentration of Hausa.
The Hausawa consider this region their birthplace, and in the early 19th century, Sheikh Othman Dan Fodio unified the Hausawa tribes and established an Islamic caliphate there known as the Sokoto Caliphate, and appointed an emir over each state.
This caliphate continued until the occupation of Sokoto by Great Britain in 1903 AD. However, the Hausa expanded and migrated to many nearby regions of Benin, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Cameroon, where they were able to mix with the local population and establish trading-savvy communities, where Hausa became the primary language of trade.
The Hausa presence extended eastward to Sudan and spread everywhere to become one of the largest tribes in Sudan, Chad, and other regions of the North and South. They influenced civilization with their customs and traditions, and Hausa language is one of the most widespread languages in Africa, and belonging to Hausa became linguistically stronger than ethnic belonging.
The members of the Hausa tribe embraced Islam in the early period of its spread and worked to spread it throughout the African continent, and history attests to their merit and precedence in this. It is known that most of the members of this tribe, in fact all of them are considered Muslims. The Hausa language is written in Arabic and Latin letters and has translated hundreds of letters, books into the language and written hundreds of others in the same language .
The Hausa translated many books, but one of the most important things they translated was the Holy Quran into the Hausa language. Hausa literature is characterized by thriving poetry, prose, romances and epics.