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Ibn al-Sarraj is a Rifai Sheikh, who lived in Damascus between the second half of the 13th century and the first half of the 14th century. He spent part of his life serving as a Muslim judge in the Euphrates river basin in the Southeastern Anatolian region. He is a significant figure because he gives first-hand information about Sûfî sheikhs and communities in Adı-yaman, Besni, Kahta, Urfa, Harran, Suruç, Birecik, Mardin, and Hakkari which were under the administration of Damascus at the time. Ibn al-Sarraj, who related considerably sûfî sheikhs’ anecdotes and narrations in his Tuffâh al-arvâh and miftâh al-irbâh, explained their mystical views in his work Tashwîq al-arvâh va’l-qulûb ilâ zikri Allâm al-quyûb. In this paper, the works and life of Ibn al-Sarraj and his mystical thoughts with reference to his work Tashwîq al-arvâh will be presented.

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Ibn al-Sarraj, mysticism, hagiography, disciple.

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