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The Sharīf Mowlāy Ḥasan of Morocco. He was a student of the great scholar and sage, Shaykh Muḥammad ibn Al-Ḥabīb (may Allah be well pleased with him). He is one of the most luminous, kind, gentle, loving, and awe-inspiring human beings I have had the honor of meeting. May Allah preserve and bless him.

(Copyright Amjad Tarsin 2012)

NOBILITY

The Sharīf Mowlāy Ḥasan of Morocco. He was a student of the great scholar and sage, Shaykh Muḥammad ibn Al-Ḥabīb (may Allah be well pleased with him). He is one of the most luminous, kind, gentle, loving, and awe-inspiring human beings I have had the honor of meeting. May Allah preserve and bless him.

(Copyright Amjad Tarsin 2012)

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Tripoli, Libya

One of the awliya’ of Libya’s grave-site. His name is Sidi Abdul Wahhab and he is buried very close to down town. 

Copyright Amjad Tarsin 2011

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                                                Man of God
I can easily say one of the most amazing experiences I had was first meeting this man, Shaykh Abdullah Husayn Al-Jo’di. Despite his age and small frame, he had an awe-inspiring presence and his face emanated light.
It is with a heavy heart that I post this picture because I just received news today that he passed away last month in Ta’iz, Yemen. To God we belong, and to Him we return. Please pray for him.
Al-Fatiha.
|This photograph is dedicated to the People of God, the awliya’ - men and women whose hearts are immersed in the remembrance of the Real. May God preserve them|

                                                Man of God

I can easily say one of the most amazing experiences I had was first meeting this man, Shaykh Abdullah Husayn Al-Jo’di. Despite his age and small frame, he had an awe-inspiring presence and his face emanated light.

It is with a heavy heart that I post this picture because I just received news today that he passed away last month in Ta’iz, Yemen. To God we belong, and to Him we return. Please pray for him.

Al-Fatiha.

|This photograph is dedicated to the People of God, the awliya’ - men and women whose hearts are immersed in the remembrance of the Real. May God preserve them|

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