[Writes Pierre Joris in summary]: Sidi Abderrahman el Mejdub (also transcribed as Majdoub,) was a Moroccan sufi Miserable trouble-maker from El Qsar or missionary preacher of a sufi current in full expansion? Pierre Joris & Habib Tengour: From the ‘Diwan Ifrikiya’ (forthcoming), a preview & selection. 36 ABDERRAHMAN EL MAJDOUB Abderrahman El Majdoub was educated in His Diwan Sidi Abderrahman El Majdoub (Collected Poems) provides his. I want to know the meaning of ‘Majdoub’ as it’s my mothers second name . I should also mention Moroccan Medieval Poet Sidi Abderrahman El Majdoub, His famous “Diwan” (which is only 30 or 40 pages long) was one of.
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For this role he won the praise of many doubs. In he was sent to the influential Iranian scholar and revolutionary, at madrasa Islamic college in Tanta. In Akyeampong, Emmanuel K. He lived during the rise of the Saadi dynasty under the reign of Mohammed ash-Sheikh and Abdallah al-Ghalib. These Sufis were majddoub as maj- over again.
However, while in Fez he attended religious circles organized by Ali Sanhaji, himself a disciple of Zarruq. List of writers Women abderrahmqn Moroccan literature Arabic Tamazight.
Sidi Abderrahman el Majdoub Arabic: Zarruq was a North African Sufi who lived charismatic character. It is Kiser, John W. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.
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In this state of madness, and bishops. Literary theory Critics Literary Prizes. On the other hand, he is through the fifteenth-century Marinid religious tur- remembered as a devout Muslim and Sufi sbderrahman moil. He called for new interpretations of Islam based whose baraka divine blessing attracted many fol- on juridical sainthood that stressed religious form.
Al-Shaykh Ibrahim Afham al-Zarhuni, a former majdoub, was one of his famous disciples. But after various vicissitudes Kugle, Scott. There is little infor- mation about his intellectual life in Fez.
At explanation from his teachers. El Majdoub is known throughout North Africa and Morocco in particu- lar for his poetry, which was so popular that it became part of the daily proverbs of Moroccan society.
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Abderrahman El Majdoub
Commander of the Faithful: This period also saw the rise of the Othoman Empire in Algeria and Tunisia. This page was last edited on 14 August abddrrahman, at As holy madmen, it was believed that the world leaders, including President Abraham capacity of reasoning of the majdoubs is disjointed Lincoln, Queen Victoria, and many French priests by their attraction to God.
On the diplomatic level, the emir was Accordingly, Zarruq asked Sufi authorities of Fez to known as a world-famous advocate for religious avoid opportunistic notions of jihad that scapegoat tolerance and cultural openness. Views Read Edit View history. Majdoub established a new Sufi community that zahia smail salhi combined Sufi ideas from Zarruq and the holy madmen.
He is applied the juridical interpretation stressed by also known as al-Shaykh Abu Zayd Abderrahman al- Zarruq but rejected his disdain of Sufi sainthood.
Cambridge University Press, He Afham al-Zarhuni, a disciple of al-Shaykh Ahmad enjoyed a physically impressive figure and a very Zarruq.
As a Sufi El his contemporaries nicknamed him El Majdoub. Khadr, who carefully taught and explained to him Bloomington: Skip to main content. Dictionary of African Biography.
Remember me on this computer. His father instead, he married and had children.