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Pure Gold from the Words of Sayyidi Abd al-Aziz al-Dabbagh: by Ahmad B. al-Mubarak Al-lamati, John O'Kane, Bernd Radtke

By Ahmad B. al-Mubarak Al-lamati, John O'Kane, Bernd Radtke

Round 1720 in Fez Amad b. al-Mubrak al-Lama, a non secular student, wrote down the phrases and teachings of the Sufi grasp Abd al-Azz al-Dabbgh. Al-Dabbgh kept away from non secular stories yet, having reached illumination and met with the Prophet Muhammad

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AI-Dabbagh explains that whatever the Prophet utters he utters in one of three states of vision (mushlihada). He may be experiencing vision of the Lofty Essence or vision of the fearsome power of divine Essence or vision of divine power as diffused throughout contingent things. In the first and second vision he's absent from himself and such was the case when he gave the above answer to the AshCarites. When he then came back to his senses and appeared to be acting OUIUNE 15 differently by giving them gifts, it was in fact God acting through him.

Rather God says: 'Worship Me and be sincere toward Me... ' Two examples of devoted worshippers are given to illustrate the correct attitude to be adopted. The one ascetic worships for twenty years but his request is never fulfilled until God has mercy on him and reveals that his expectations have been wrong. He repents and all his wishes are granted. The other worshipper worships for six hundred years on a desert island which miraculously provides for all his needs. When he dies, he takes it for granted that he'll enter Paradise.

270-80) presents the practical exercise of interpreting the letters and vowels that occur in the FiitiJ:ta on the basis of all that's been explained about the parts of the 'letters'. This as well is a rather burdensome section for the modern reader, whereas students of Qur:)anic recitation (qirii:J a) in the traditional madrasas would presumably find the detailed interpretations more interesting since they have a bearing on topics that were given serious attention in the study curriculum. e. known deviations in pronunciation or vocalization by early pious and learned personalities (pp.

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