Ahmed ibn al-Mubarak al-Lamati
Ahmed ibn al-Mubarak al-Lamati al-Sijilmasi (1679-1743) was the author of Kitab Ad-Dahab al-ibriz min kalam sayyidi Abdellaziz. It was written in 1717. This work, commonly known as the Ibriz, is the m...
Ahmed ibn Nasir
For the 19th-century historian see Ahmad ibn Khalid al-Nasiri.Ahmed ibn Nasir (sometimes spelled Bennacer) (1647–1717) was a Moroccan Sufi writer and teacher of the Nasiriyya zawiyya of Tamegroute, so...
Ahmed ibn Abi Mahalli
Ahmed ibn Abi Mahalli (1559–1613), born in Sijilmasa, was an imam and the (Sufi) leader of a revolt (1610–13) against the reigning Saadi dynasty in the south of Morocco in which he proclaimed himself ...
Muhammad al-Jazuli
Muhammad ibn Sulayman al-Jazuli al-Simlali(ar:محمد إبن سليمان لجزولي السّملالي الحسني ) (died 1465), often known as "Imam al-Jazuli", was a Moroccan Sufi leader of the Berber tribe of the Jazulah. He ...
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Imam Fassi
Muhammad bin Muhammad al-Fassi (commonly known as Qutbul Ujud Imam Fassi), who was born in Fes in 1173 Hijri (ca 1760 CE) or 1218 Hijri and died in 1280 Hijri, ca 1863 CE, was the originator of the Fa...
Al-Buzidi al-Bujrafi
Al-Yazid al-Buzidi Bujrafi (born 1925) is a prominent Berber Sufi poet and shaykh of the Alawi-Darqawi order, a branch of the Shadhili order. He lives at his Zawiya in Zaghanghan, Nador.
He was bo...
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Abu Abdallah ibn Harzihim
For the teacher of Abu Madyan see Ali ibn HarzihimAbu Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Harazim (d. 1235/6) from Fez was a Moroccan Sufi leader, pupil of Abu Madyan. Ibn Harazim was the sheikh of Abu-l-Hassa...
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Abdullah al-Ghumari
Abu al-Fadl Abdullah bin Muhammad bin al-Siddiq al-Ghumari (1910-1993) was a Muslim preacher, jurist and theologian from Morocco.
The Ghumari family are all descendants of Ahl al-Bayt, or the fami...
Abu Ali al-Hassan al-Yusi
Abu Ali al-Hassan ibn Masud al-Yusi (1631–1691) was a Moroccan Sufi writer. He is considered to be the greatest Moroccan scholar of the seventeenth century and was a close associate of the first Alaou...
Mohammed al-Harraq al-Alami
Sidi Abou Abdallah Mohammed ben Mohammed ben AbdelWahed al-Alami al-Moussaoui al-Harraq was a well known Soufi poet and teacher from Morocco. He was born in 1772 in Chefchaouen and died 25 August 1845...
Abd as-Salam ibn Mashish al-Alami
ʻAbd al-Salām ibn Mashīsh al-ʻAlamī (Arabic: عبد السلام بن مشيش العلمي‎) (also spelled Ibn Bashīsh, Ibn Manish, Ibn Machich, Ben Mshish) was a Sufi saint who lived during the reign of the Al...
Abu Shuayb
Abu Shuayb Ayub Ibn Said Erredad al-Sanhaji Assariya (French transliteration Abou Chouaib) (died 1176-7) is the patron saint of Azemmour, Morocco. His mausoleum in Azemmour was built on the order of M...
Ahmad al-Badawi
Sheikh Ahmad Al-Badawi (Arabic: أحمد البدوى‎, [ˈæħmæd elˈbædæwi]), also known as Al-Sayyid Al-Badawi (السيد البدوى, [esˈsæjjed-, elˈsæjjed-]) was a Muslim founder of the Badaw...
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Abdelaziz al-Tebaa
Abdelaziz al-Tebaa or Sidi Abdelaziz ibn Abdelhaq Tabbaa al-Hassani (died 1499) was the founder of the first sufi zawiyya of the Jazuli order in Marrakesh. The principles of Sidi al-Tabaa ultimately g...
Abul Hasan ash-Shadhili
Abu al-Hasan ash-Shadhili (Arabic: أبو الحسن الشاذلي‎) (full name: Abu al-Hasan ʿAlee ibn ʿAbd Allaah ibn ʿAbd al-Jabbaar al-Hasanī wal-Husaynī ash-Shadhili) aka Sheikh Shazly (Shazli) [593 ...
Abu Yahya ibn al-Sakkak
Abu Yahya ibn al-Sakkak al-Miknasi, full name Abu Yahya or Abu Abd Allah Mohammed ibn Abu Galib ibn Ahmad ibn Mohammed ibn Abu-l-Hasan Ali ibn Mohammed ibn as-Sakkak al-Miknasi. (died 818 AH-1415/6 AD...
Abu Mohammed Saleh al-Majiri
Abu Mohammed Salih (also Silih) or Abu Mohammed Saleh ibn Yansaran Said ibn Gafiyan al-Doukkali al-Magri (sometimes spelled al-Majiri) (1153–1234) was a Sufi leader from Morocco and one of the success...
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Moulay Brahim
Moulay Brahim or Moulay Brahim ben Ahmed Mghari (died 1661), also called Tayr Lejbel (Berber for 'bird of the mountain'), was a well-known Moroccan sufi saint. He was the grandson of Abdallah ben Hou...
Ali ibn Harzihim
For the teacher of Ash-Shadhili see Abu Abdallah ibn HarzihimSidi Ali ibn Harzihim or Abul Hasan Ali ibn Ismail ibn Mohammed ibn Abdallah ibn Harzihim/Hirzihim (also: Sidi Hrazem or Sidi Harazim) wa...
Abu l-Mahasin Yusuf al-Fasi
Abu l-Mahasin Yusuf ibn Mohammed Yusuf al-Fasi (1530/1531 in Ksar-el-Kebir, Morocco – 14 August 1604 in Fes, Morocco) was the reviver of Sufism and the founder of the zawiyya Fasiyyun in Fas. He nota...
Muhammad al-Arabi al-Darqawi
Abu Abdullah Muhammad al-Arabi al-Darqawi (1760–1823) was a Moroccan Sufi leader of the Shadhili tariqa and the author of letters concerning the dhikr he preached and instructions for daily life. He s...
Ahmad ibn Idris al-Fasi
Ahmad Ibn Idris al-Araishi al-Alami al-Idrisi al-Hasani (1760–1837) was a Sufi and scholar, active in Morocco, the Hejaz, Egypt, and Yemen. His main concern was the revivification of the sunna or prac...
Ahmad Zarruq
Ahmad Zarruq also known as Imam az-Zarruq (Ahmad ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Isa) (1442–1493 CE) was a Muslim scholar and Sufi sheikh from Fes, Morocco. He is considered one of the most prominent and ...
Abdallah al-Ghazwani
Abu Mohammed Abdallah al-Ghazwani (died in 1529) was a Sufi saint from Morocco in the tradition of al-Jazuli and ash-Shadhili. He was the successor of Abdelaziz al-Tebaa. Some two hundred years after...
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Ibn al-Arif
Ibn al-Arif (nickname) or Abul Abbas Ahmad Ibn Mohammed Ibn Musa Ibn Ata Allah al-Mariyyi al-Sanhaji, also known as Al-Urruf (born July 23, 1088 in Almeria and died 1141 in Ceuta) was a famous Andalu...
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Abd al-Qadir al-Fasi
Abd al-Qadir ibn Ali ibn Yusuf al-Fasi (Arabic: عبد القادر بن علي بن يوسف الفاسي; c. 1599–1680) or, in full, Abu Mohammed, Abu Sa'ud Abd al-Qadir al-Fasi ibn Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Abu al-Mahasin Yusuf ...
Abu Yaaza
Abu Yaaza Yalnour ibn Maymun ibn Abdallah Dukkali Hazmiri al-Gharbi (d. 572/1157) (also Bouazza) was a Moroccan Sufi saint. He was the teacher of Abu Madyan. Abu al-Abbas al-Azafi wrote his biography:...
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Abu al-Abbas as-Sabti
Sidi Bel Abbas or Sidi Ahmed abu al-Abbas al-Khazraji as-Sabti (Ceuta 1129 - Marrakesh 1204) is the patron saint of Marrakesh. He is also one of the "Seven Saints" (Sabʿatou Rijal) of the city. His fe...
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Abdesslam Yassine
Abdesslam Yassine (1928 – December 13, 2012) was the leader of the Moroccan Islamist organisation Al Adl Wa Al Ihssane (Justice and Spirituality).Yassine was born in Marrakesh. He worked as a t...