Sufism

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Sufi Path

Our group is a genuine Sufi Group, Tarika Naqshbandi. We have weekly activities happening around Australia.
Do feel free to visit our website on: www.sufipath.com.au

Should you wish to talk to someone feel free to call us on 0414 633 114.

Al-Ghazali: Sufi-Philosopher?

by Ismail F Alatas

Abu Hamid al-Ghazali was one of the greatest Muslim theologian and thinker as well as a prolific writer. The complexity of his works has been noted and studied widely, which then resulted in the emergence of different views and opinions concerning his thoughts. Some adore and canonize him as the pillar of orthodoxy, while others attack and dismiss him as the annihilator of reason in Islam. Consequently, this essay is an examination of a number of al-Ghazali’s works in order to observe his position in regards to philosophy. The essay argues that al-Ghazali did not attack philosophy in general but only a certain tradition of philosophy. Moreover, it will try to demonstrate how in reality al-Ghazali was transforming philosophy from its original form into a more Islamic one.

Rabi'a of Basra

by Rachel Woodlock

Name: Rabi'a al-'Adawiyya al-Qaysiyya
Born: Basra circa 95-99 AH/713-17 CE
Died: Basra circa 184 AH/801 CE
Little is known for sure about Rabi'a al-'Adawiyya al-Qaysiyya (known as Rabi'a of Basra), revered as one of the earliest and greatest Sufi mystic ascetics in Islam.

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