Request PDF | On November 28, 2017, Tarek Mohammed Aurahim published Tarikhchi Fuat Sezgin ve Islam Medenieti.
During the discussion about the tarik, Fazlullah Saadi asked Ahmed Ismail Shih to tell us what sources he uses. Ismail Shih replied: â€œI don’t need to tell you what means I use; but you may be sure of my sincerity, since I do not intend to lie, so as not to harm you. If I don’t know the name of the ruler correctly or find it difficult to give correct advice, I take a book, write a few letters on it and wait a few days until the answer appears.
According to Fazlullah Saabi, â€œTimausi-maâ€aâ€ â€œShikhaâ€ turned into â€œTimiszi-i Sufitunâ€ during the time of Fazlullah Gezir, and â€œTimiszi-ishti’i‘-ishtiraâ€ into â€œTan Uti An-numiâ€ in the era of Mahmud Ghazni.
About the principles of the tarikat, about such great scientists as Uthman al-Ahadi, al-Ghazali, Malik at-Tashkhia, Umar as-Savri and Usman ibn Affan said:
Like the Sufis, there are many Sufi books, but there are also non-Sufi theories.For example, a Sufi sheikh has a book called „Tataur Aftar“ and he wrote the book „Mohammad al-Usfi“ or „Musab al-Zattar“ (Modern Collection). The book „At-Tafsir al-Kitab al-Marwar“ („The Resurrected Treasure“) by Sheikh Sadi al-Jazari was written on the basis of the book „Al-Aftar“, but many parts of the book al-Mughaffaruni are his own ideas, and some Sufi sources he uses in the early stages of his journey. Sheikh Sadi al-Jamil wrote a book explaining these books, beginning with the words „There are no errors in our hadith (direct and indirect).“