Mystics and saints of Islam
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MYSTICS AND SAINTS OF ISLAM ANDMYSTICS SAINTS OF ISLAM CLAUD FIELD LONDON I FRANCIS GRIFFITHS, MAIDEN W.CLANE, STRAND,34 u m t CONTENTS. CHAP. PAGE PATHEISTIC SUFISM II. II. HASAN BASRI l8 THE WOMAN SUFIIII. 28RABIA, BEN ADHAMIV. IBRAHIM 36 FUDHAYL BEN AYAZV. 46 VI. BAYAZID BASTAMI 52 VII. ZU'N NUN OF EGYPT 60 VIII. MANSUR 68HALLAJ IX. HABIB AJAMI 79 X. AVICENNA 86(IBN SINA) ..XI. AL GHAZZALI 106 XII. FARIDUDDIN ATTAR 123 XIII. SUHRAWARDY 141 XIV. RUMIJALALUDDIN 148 XV. THE EGYPTIANSHARANI, 164 XVI. MULLAH SHAH 174 APPENDIX I. MOHAMMEDAN CONVERSIONS ... IQ2 II. EXPOSITION OF SUFISM 196 III. CHRISTIAN ELEMENTS IN MOHAM-, f MEDAN LITERATURE 2O2 IV. CHRIST IN MOHAMMEDAN TRADITION 208 v. PREFACE IT is a custom in some to Moham-quarters represent madan as a late intomysticism merely importation and an alien element in it. ButIslam, altogether however much later Islamic have de-mysticism may rived from and BuddhistChristian, sources,Neo-platonic, there is little doubt that the roots of are tomysticism be found in the Koran itself. The verse isfollowing " an instance : God is the of the heavens andLight His like a niche inthe earth. is which is alight lamp, in thethe encased as it were alamp glass glass star. From a blessed tree is it theglistening lighted, olive neither of the East nor of the whose oilWest, well shine out even fire touchedwould nigh though " it not ! It is ! Suraupon light (Koranlight 24).

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MYSTICS AND SAINTS OF
ISLAMANDMYSTICS SAINTS
OF ISLAM
CLAUD FIELD
LONDON I
FRANCIS GRIFFITHS,
MAIDEN W.CLANE, STRAND,34u m
tCONTENTS.
CHAP. PAGE
PATHEISTIC SUFISM II.
II. HASAN BASRI l8
THE WOMAN SUFIIII. 28RABIA,
BEN ADHAMIV. IBRAHIM 36
FUDHAYL BEN AYAZV. 46
VI. BAYAZID BASTAMI 52
VII. ZU'N NUN OF EGYPT 60
VIII. MANSUR 68HALLAJ
IX. HABIB AJAMI 79
X. AVICENNA 86(IBN SINA)
..XI. AL GHAZZALI 106
XII. FARIDUDDIN ATTAR 123
XIII. SUHRAWARDY 141
XIV. RUMIJALALUDDIN 148
XV. THE EGYPTIANSHARANI, 164
XVI. MULLAH SHAH 174
APPENDIX I. MOHAMMEDAN CONVERSIONS ... IQ2
II. EXPOSITION OF SUFISM 196
III. CHRISTIAN ELEMENTS IN MOHAM-, f
MEDAN LITERATURE 2O2
IV. CHRIST IN MOHAMMEDAN TRADITION 208
v.