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ENGLAND – According to a study in 1986 by Burke Peerage, one of the top genealogical publishers of the world, Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom – the world’s oldest living monarch – is a descendant of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, specifically, the 43rd great-granddaughter of the Prophet.

Burke Peerage has provided authoritative genealogical records of historical families for more than 190 years.

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Probably realizing the connection would be a surprise to many, he added, “It is little known by the British people that the blood of Mohammed flows in the veins of the queen.

However, all Moslem religious leaders are proud of this fact.”Brooks-Baker said the British royal family is descended from Mohammed through the Arab kings of Seville, who once ruled Spain.

(Photo credit should read OFF/AFP/Getty Images) Zaida’s origins are ‘debatable’ however.

According to British magazine, Spectator, “some historians believe she was the daughter of a wine-drinking caliph descended from the Prophet. Here’s the ancestry of Queen Elizabeth in full: Elizabeth II, Queen of the UK – daughter of George VI, King of the UK – son of George V, King of the UK – son of Edward VII, King of the UK – son of Victoria, Queen of the UK – daughter of Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn – son of George III, King of Great Britain – son of Frederick, Prince of Wales – son of George II, King of Great Britain – son of George I, King of Great Britain – son of Sophia, Electress of Hanover – daughter of Elizabeth of Bohemia – daughter of James I/VI, King of England, Ireland & Scotland – son of Mary, Queen of Scots – daughter of James V, King of Scots – son of Margaret Tudor – daughter of Elizabeth of York – daughter of Edward IV, King of England – son of Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York – son of Richard of Conisburgh, Earl of Cambridge – son of Isabella Perez of Castille – daughter of Maria Juana de Padilla – daughter of Maria Fernandez de Henestrosa – daughter of Aldonza Ramirez de Cifontes – daughter of Aldonza Gonsalez Giron – daughter of Sancha Rodriguez de Lara – daughter of Rodrigo Rodriguez de Lara – son of Sancha Alfonsez, Infanta of Castile – daughter of Zaida (aka Isabella) – daughter of Al-Mu’tamid ibn Abbad, King of Seville – son of Abbad II al-Mu’tadid, King of Seville – son of Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abbad, King of Seville – son of Ismail ibn Qarais – son of Qarais ibn Abbad – son of Abbad ibn Amr – son of Amr ibn Aslan – son of Aslan ibn Amr – son of Amr ibn Itlaf – son of Itlaf ibn Na’im – son of Na’im II al-Lakhmi – son of Na’im al-Lakhmi – son of Zahra bint Husayn – daughter of Husayn ibn Hasan – son of Hasan ibn Ali It is a complicated process to trace the ancestral route of an individual over the course of centuries, but logic in genealogy would dictate that if we go back many years, the duplication of ancestors would be massive.

Al-Qasim became the ruler of Seville, a territory in Muslim Spain and ruled until his death in 1042.

After two successions, his grandson Muhammad Al-Mu’tamid took control of Cordoba in 1071. In 1091, the Abbasid kingdom fell into the hands of the Almoravid dynasty, a Berber imperial dynasty of Morrocco.

See below for the theoretical example of ancestors dating way back to the 12th generation: SELF 2 PARENTS 4 GRANDPARENTS 8 GREAT-GRANDPARENTS 16 GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS 32 GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS 64 GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS 128 GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS 256 GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENT 512 GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS 1024 GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS To put it in perspective, assuming you were born in 1947, (such a date is used extensively in genealogy studies), you should have had 1,024 ninth great-grandparents prior.

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