Muhammad ibn Abd al-Karim al- Sammani

(d. 1775)

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(d. 1775)

Celebrated Egyptian Sufi. Was a pupil of Mustafa ibn Kamal al-Din al-Bakri (d. 1749), a Syrian who was a member of the Khalwati tariqah. After his master's death he developed a sub-branch of the order that became known by his name, the Sammani tariqah. Al-Sammani spent the latter part of his life in Mecca. There he became a teacher of the South Sumatran Sufi Abd al-Samad al-Palimbani (d. ca. 1788). He inducted him into his tariqah, which through Abd al-Samad's pupils became popular in South Sumatra and other areas of Indonesia. It is distinguished by its dhikr, a recitation of Quranic verses followed by the recitation of divine names and concluding with prayers.

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