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Sufism and Tariqat
Sheikh Ahmad Al-Badawi (Arabic: أحمد البدوى, IPA: [ˈæħmæd elˈbædæwi]), also known as Al-Sayyid Al-Badawi (السيد البدوى, [esˈsæjjed-, elˈsæjjed-]) was the Muslim founder of the Badawiyyah Sufi order. He was born in Fes, Morocco in 1199 and died in Tanta, Egypt in 1276. His followers report that he was credited with many kjarāmāt (miracles).
- Ibrahim El-Desouki, a contemporary Sufi.
- Al-Imām Nūruddīn Al-Halabī Al-Ahmadī, Sīrah Al-Sayyid Ahmad Al-Badawī, Published by Al-Maktabah Al-Azhariyyah Li Al-Turāth, Cairo.
- Mayeur-Jaouen, Catherine, Al-Sayyid Ahmad Al-Badawi: Un Grand Saint De L'islam egyptien, Published by Institut francais d'archeologie orientale du Caire
- Pilgrimage/Carnival photos by BBC
- A short Egyptian documentary on the Mawlid of Al-Sayyid Ahmad al-Badawi
- A short biography
- Egypt: Handbook for Travellers : Part First, Lower Egypt, with the Fayum and the Peninsula of Sinai by Karl Baedeker (1885)
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