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Yusufi Tariqah

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    Yusufi Tariqah

    A Sufi order, also known as Rashidi, founded by Ahmad ibn Yusuf al-Milyani al-Rashidi (d. 1524 ). The Yusufi order is in the Shadhili tradition predominant in North Africa. Like other Shadhili-influenced orders, the Yusufis emphasized the barakah (blessing) of the Sufi shaykhs, called sharifs, and, upon their death, the veneration of their tombs.

    See also Ibn Idris, Ahmad

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