Qawa’id at Tasawwuf – The Principles of Sufism


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Author: Shaykh Ahmad Zarruq
Publisher: Dar al Kutub al Ilmiyyah
Year: 2007
Pages: 175
Printed: Lebanon
ISBN: 2-7451-3892-8
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 264gr.
Description from the publisher: Ahmed Zarruq (or Sheikh Shihab al-Din Abu al-Abbas Ahmed b Ahmed b Muhammad b Isa al-Barnusi al-Fasi Zarruq) (1442–1493) was a Shadhili Sufi Sheikh and founder of the Zarruqiyye branch of the Shadhili Sufi order (Tariqa). He was born on the 7th June 1442 (846 of the Islamic ‘Hijra’ calendar) – according to Sheikh Abd Allah Gannun – in a village in the region of Tiliwan, a mountain area of Morocco.[1] He was a contemporary of Muhammad al-Jazuli. He was a Berber of the tribe of the Barnusi who lived in an area between Fez and Taza.

He took the name ‘Zarruq’ (meaning ‘blue’) and he studied the traditional Islamic sciences such as jurisprudence, Arabic, traditions of the Prophet and wrote extensively on a number of subjects. His most famous works are first of al his Qawa’id al-Tasawwuf (The Principles of Sufism), his commentaries on Maliki jurisprudence and his commentary upon the Hikam of ibn ‘Ata Allah.
(biographical information courtesy Wikipedia).

Weight .264 kg