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An Azhari scholar said that authentic Sufism is the veneration of ‘Āl al-Bayt (the Prophet’s Household), as well as the pursuit of the ethics of the Prophet Muḥammad, adding that every Muslim must illuminate their hearts with prayers to God and glorification of the Prophet.
The General Sheikhdom of Ṣūfī Orders organized a conference under the title “Islamic Mysticism: Towards Complete Muḥammadan Values,” in association with the Dar al-ʿIrfān foundation for Sūfī studies in Bangladesh, with international participation from Sudan and the United Kingdom.
The dean of the Uṣul al-Dīn (Theology) College in al-Minūfīya province, Dr. Khālid ʿAbd al-ʿĀl, said Imām al-Sayīd al-Badawī has enriched Islamic Sufism, adding that the imām had dreamt of coming to Egypt three times.
On Sunday (November 5), the Ṣūfī orders are marking the anniversary of the arrival of the head of the Prophet Muḥammad’s grandson, Imām al-Ḥusayn, in Egypt. The al-Rifāʿīya Order followers will be holding their annual celebrations at the headquarters of the General Sheikhdom of Ṣūfī Orders.
In partnership with the Euro-Mediterranean Center for the Study of Islam, al-Qādirīya al-Bōdshīshīya Ṣūfī Order is convening the 18th edition of the World Ṣūfī Forum under the rubric, “Sufism and religious and patriotic values for the establishment of a comprehensive citizenship.”
Under the auspices of the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Ṣūfī Orders, Dr. ʿAbd al-Hādī al-Qaṣabī, the General Sheikhdom of the Ṣūfī Orders is holding a series of symposiums and lectures for ten days. Ten scholars will participate as part of the sheikhdom’s educational role for followers of Ṣūfī...
Hundreds of followers of the different Ṣūfī Orders celebrated the mūlid (birthday anniversary) of the al-ʿĀrif Billāh al-Sayyid Aḥmed al-Badawī in squares near al-Aḥmedī Mosque in the city of Ṭanṭā, the capital of al-Gharbīya province.
Adherents of the historic Ṣūfī leader, Abū al-Ḥasan al-Shādhilī, went in great numbers into the mountainous valley of Ḥumaythira, in the city of Marsā ʿAlam, to visit his mausoleum.
Jalāl al-Dīn al-Suyūṭī was one of the greatest imāms of Egypt, known for his scholarly contributions to Islam, such as Tafsīr al-Jalālayn, in addition to other books related to the rules of the Qurʾān.
Islamic preacher Muʿiz Masʿūd said he did not like to think about any type of fame, except the one with sublime principles and ethics, adding that fame has offered him an opportunity for Ṣūfī mysticism.


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