It looks like, from this tree, that the A5360 SNP formed in the region of Qatar and Kuwait; from there, the line traveled to Russia and India- passing through Syria. One family remained in Syria which split- one part moving again to the region of Al-Ahsa.
Hosni Alriyadh, here is a screenshot of the Yseq J2- L24 panel showing your position on the tree and the downstream SNP's which they offer.
An interesting comparison between STR and SNP
Interesting map of the traditional tribal regions of Arabia
I was just notified that there is a confirmation of Al-Ahsa A5360 positive
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I'm having a really hard time trying to discover my paternal line, my living relatives seem to be very quiet and unresponsive on the subject. My paternal grandfather Abolfazl Mohassel Mofrad was born in Northeast Iran (Mashhad) in 1925, his father, who called himself Hamdollah Zanjani Ghochani was born in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, just north of Mashhad, Iran around 1880. His wife was born in Baku, Azerbaijan. When my grandfather came to The United States as a student in 1947 the passenger list states his race is Armenian, nationality Iran. I am adding a photo of his father Hamdollah from the 1940's. I have taken the deep clad, full genome and most recently Big Y tests. I was found to be J-CTS3601 which is in the J2 L70 branch. Any suggestions to help try and clarify my paternal origins? I have very few matches, and those I do have are quite distant.