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Imam Fassi
Saudi Arabian Imam

Imam Fassi

Imam Fassi
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Intro Saudi Arabian Imam
Is Imam
From Saudi Arabia
Field Religion
Gender male
Birth 1173, Fez, Fez Prefecture, Fès-Meknès, Morocco
The details (from wikipedia)


Muhammad bin Muhammad al-Fassi (commonly known as Qutbul Ujud Imam Fassi) (1760?–1863) was the originator of the Fassi family of Sheikhs who constitute the Fassiyatush Shadhiliyya Sufi order.

Early life

Fassi was born either in the year 1173 Hijri (ca 1760 CE) or 1218 Hijri in Fes in Morocco, from which the family name "al-Fassi" had earlier been derived. His mother died during his very childhood. He was a hafiz al-Quran during his childhood and travelled to various parts of the world and finally Makkah in search of wisdom.


Imam Fassi can be briefly referred to as Qutbul Ujud or Qutbul Ujud Hazrat Fassi. Some of the full versions of his name include Qutbur Rabbani, Haikalus Samadhani, Qutbul ujood, Abu Abdullah Seiyaduna Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Masood bin Abdur Rahman al-Makki al-Hasani al-Idrissi al-Fassi ash-Shadhili (Rali.) or Hazrat Qutbul Ujud Seyyidina Mohammad al-Fassy ash-Shadhili (Rah...).


Imam Fassi travelled to Mecca to memorise and learn the Quran with tajwid. He travelled to many places in search of good preachers. His main sheikh was Sidi al-Sheikh Muhammad bin Hamzah al-Madani (Sheikh Qutb Mohammad bin Hamza lafir al-Madani (Rali…)).

Fassiyatush Shadhiliyya

Imam Fassi and his descendants form a branch of Shadhiliyya which is the only tariqush Shukr (Order of Gratitude).

The Spiritual Chain

The silsila of the Fassiyatush Shadhiliyya order (called as Silsilat ad dhahab) is as follows:

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 07 Jul 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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