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  1. Naqshbandi - Wikipedia

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    Muhammad Amin al-Kurdi led a branch until his death in the early 1900s, after his death the branch was headed by his son Najm a-Din El-Kurdi until his death in 1988 then his son; PHD.Abdelrahman El-Kurdi, the deputy dean of Al-Azhar university led the branch for 2 years but he died of cancer, after his death the branch was headed by PHD.Mohamed Deyaa Aldin El-Kurdi until his death in 2001.

  2. Ibnu Rusyd - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas

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    Ibnu Rusyd (bahasa Arab: ابن رشد ‎; Nama lengkap bahasa Arab: أبو الوليد محمد ابن احمد ابن رشد, translit. Abu Al-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rusyd‎; 1126 – 11 Desember 1198), sering dilatinkan sebagai Averroes, adalah seorang filsuf dan pemikir dari Al-Andalus yang menulis dalam bidang disiplin ilmu, termasuk filsafat, akidah atau teologi Islam ...

  3. Sufism - Wikipedia

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    The Safaviyya order (Persian: صفویه ‎) was a Sufi tariqa founded by the Kurdish mystic Safi-ad-din Ardabili (1252–1334). It held a prominent place in the sociopolitical sphere of northwestern Iran in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, but today it is best known for having given rise to the Safavid dynasty .