The Early Islamic Conquests
In this contribution to the ongoing debate on the nature and causes of the Islamic conquests in Syria and Iraq during the sixth and seventh centuries, Fred Donner argues for a necessary distinction between the causes of the conquests, the causes of their success, and the causes of the subsequent Arab migrations to the Fertile Crescent.
Originally published in 1982.
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Banu thaqif are from jadis who is son of Aram , ehen Thamud perished the remaining sons of Aram were known as Arman , they are the nabateans the remaining sons were ubayl bin aws and jadis bin athir bin Aram , a mix Prophet Saalih and family remained . The Adnani arabs mixed into the Nabateans. So yes it would make sense thaqif are from qays