النذاريون

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Ναζωραίων from نذاريون (Nadhuraiun) is the way Tertullus referred to the communities organised by the Hawariyun (mystic Levitical Shia of the Temple from which came the Ahl ul-Bayt and Knights Templar). They take Nazirite vows annually during the Paschal feast (shaved heads for men, shortened hair for women). The last remaining centres for the kingdom of Nadhara today are in Tanintharyi, Mon, Kayin, Kayah and Shan [1]. Some of their Torah observant Ahlulbayt of Burma (called "Menashe") have already been converted to normative orthodox Judaism. Many of the original Nadhuraiun were Rechabite-Qenites.

The Nadhuraiun place great emphasis on the Nazirite vow which is available to both areil and mahul alike. The Levite clan of Hawariyun organise the mahul Hebrew Nadhuraiun into the order of Aaron and supervise adoption processes for the Kohen Israelim. A Ger Tzedek (from the Tzadikei Umot Ha Olam) just like any of the Khararim, must take the name of one of the tribes of Israel.

Nadhuraiun

Ahlulbayt (organised by Stewards and Deacons)
Mahul Azwajrasul = "Kna" Kohen Hanputa of Aaron
Hasmonean Levite Hawariyun, Joseph, Menashe, Reuben, Benjamim, Asher, Simeon, Gad, Zebulum, Isacar, Naphthali, Judah, and their respective Khararim
Ger Tzedek Hunafa (Tzadikei Umot Haolam)
Obedim
Areil
Hagoyim Abdaulam (Hatoshavim Hagarim)
Shakir
Laity
Other Hebrew brehren
Hagarim (law-abiding migrants)
Nacri (others who value carrion)