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No New Posts Oorsprong van de Sufipaden in Turkeye (Preview)
Na Black Monday (14 Jumada I of Islamic year 1344, december 1925) was Sufisme in de Turkse Republiek verboden. Maar veel inwoners bleven toch trouw en bleven stiekem de Sufi genaderoorden bezoeken, hoewel alle bestaande kloosters werden overgenomen door het nieuwe regiem van Ataturk.De derwish...
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Wed Apr 3 06:15 2013
by Akke Hameren
No New Posts Sufipath no longer "secret" (Preview)
The centuries old pilgrimage to the shrine of the 13th-century Jalāl ad-Dīn Moḥamed Balkhī, to the English-speaking world simply known as Mevlānā Rumi was unknown in the western world until Mashhad and Qom in Iran were declared the official sister cities of Santiago de Compostela early this centu...
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No New Posts foreign women dress-code on the Sufipath (Preview)
A requirement for foreign women dress-code in public sanctuaries along the Sufipath is that legs should be covered down to ankles. arms should not be bare and hair should be covered with the ‘roosari’, the scarf in the Persian language. The exeption in these rules are the shrines and sanctuaries tur...
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