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Abu Madyan in a sentence

1. It was named after an important mystic, Abu Madyan Shu'aib, and dedicated to Moroccan settlers who had taken up residence there.

2. It was Abu Madyan (d. 1197), however, who eventually became one of the Awliya Allah of the entire Maghreb.

3. The plan was rejected both by the Abu Madyan waqf administrator and by Muhammad Ali Pasha.

4. During the year of 1930, Sheikh Al-Alawi met with Sheikh Sidi Abu Madyan of the Qadiri Boutchichi Tariqah in Mostaganem.

5. He received his ijazah from Abu Madyan in Morocco via two of his students.

6. Abu Madyan was a student of Abdul Qadir Jilani, as well as one of the shaikhs in the Shadhiliya tariqa chain of spiritual transmitters from Muhammad.

7. Abu Madyan was born in Cantillana, a small town about 35 km away from Seville, in 1126.

8. Soon after, Abu Madyan traveled to Fez to complete his education.

9. Abu Madyan was particularly fascinated with mysticism by Sidi Ali Ibn Harazem.

10. Abu Madyan went to Mecca where he met the great Muslim saint, Jilani, and completed his spiritual training under him.

11. The sheer amount of fame and influence that Abu Madyan evoked raised serious concern from the political powers of the time.

12. The Almohad Caliph Ya’qub al-Mansur summoned Abu Madyan to Marrakech for this reason so he could talk to Abu Madyan himself.

13. Upon his summoning to Marrakech, Abu Madyan was taken ill and died before he reached his destination in 594/1198, near the river of Ysser (يسر).

14. According to Yahya B. Khaldun, Abu Madyan's teachings may all be summed up in this verse which he often repeated, "Say Allah!

15. Aside from attaining Ghawth status and teaching hundreds and hundreds of disciples, Abu Madyan left his mark in more ways than one.

16. There are very few surviving writings from Abu Madyan, and of those that do still exist, there are mystical poems, a testament (wasiyya) and a creed (akida).

17. There remains but one written work by Al-Maghri, Bidayat al Mourid, a book on Tassawuf and the lives of certain Sufi saints like Al-Maghri's teacher Abu Madyan.

18. For the teacher of Abu Madyan see Ali ibn Harzihim Abu Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Harazim (d. 1235/6) from Fez was a Moroccan Sufi leader, pupil of Abu Madyan.

19. He was a berber Sufi teacher, leader of a Ghazalian zawiya in Fes and was the spiritual master of Abu Madyan.

20. Like his Al-tashawwuf (e.g. on Abu Madyan) it contains many autobiographical passages of Abu al-Abbas himself.

21. He was a student of Abu Abdallah Mohammed Amghar and teacher of Abu Yazza, who in his turn was teacher of Abu Madyan.

22. On his return, in bijaya (Béjaïa), he followed the instructions of the Andalusian mystic Abu Madyan.

23. He studied under Abu Madyan.

24. He was the teacher of Abu Madyan.

25. at the junction between this street and Aqabat Abu Madyan street.

26. A disciple of Abu Madyan, he is mostly remembered for being Abul Hasan ash-Shadhili's teacher during his stay in Tunisia.

27. Abu Madyan was hailed from Seville and contributed greatly to the spread of tasawwuf in the Maghreb region.

28. The palace is a part of the greater complex of Sidi Abu Madyan Mosque.

29. Construction of the palace was carried out simultaneously with the construction of Sidi Abu Madyan Mosque in 1339.

30. With the continents united under empire, Abu Madyan brought the Andalusi form of Sufism, which combined ascetic mysticism and the study of law, to North Africa.