Abd al-Haqq al-Badisi

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Abd al-Haqq ibn Ismail al-Badisi (died after 1322) was a Moroccan biographer, author of Al-Maqsad al-sharif wa-al-manza al-latif fi tarif bi sulaha al-rif[1] (The exalted resolve and the subtle object of the naming of the venerable inhabitants of the Rif), a book about the life of 48 Sufi saints of the Rif.[2]

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  1. ^ ed. Said Arab (Rabat, 1982), The third section of this work is translated by G.S. Colin in Archives marocaines 24 (1926)
  2. ^ Jonathan Glustrom Katz (1996). Dreams, Sufism, and sainthood: the visionary career of Muhammad al-Zawâwî. BRILL. p. 235. ISBN 978-90-04-10599-7. Retrieved 1 February 2012.