Abu Ali al-Hassan ibn Masud al-Yusi (1631–1691) was a Moroccan Sufi writer. He is considered to be the greatest Moroccan scholar of the seventeenth century and was a close associate of the first Alaouite sultan Rashid. Al-Yusi was born in a Berber tribe, the Ait Yusi, just north of Fes. He was married to Zahra bint Muhammad b. Musa al-Fasi. Al-Yusi left his native village on a very young age for a lifelong pilgrimage. He received his barakah from Sheikh Mohammed Ben Nasir of the tariqa Nasiriyya of Tamegroute, and studied and taught at the zawiyya of Dila with Mohammed al-Hajj ibn Abu Bakr al-Dila'i.

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  • أبو علي الحسن بن مسعود بن محمد ويسمى كذلك نور الدين اليوسي، فقيه مالكي أديب، يُنعت بغزالي عصره، من بني يوسي بالمغرب الأقصى. (ar)
  • Abu Ali al-Hassan ibn Masud al-Yusi foi um escritor sufista, considerado o mais proeminente académico marroquino do século XVII. Foi um colaborador próximo do primeiro sultão alauita al-Raxide . Nascido na tribo berbere Ait Yusi, nas montanhas do Médio Atlas, foi casado com Zara binte Maomé ibne Muça al-Fasi. Deixou a sua aldeia nativa quando era muito jovem para empreender uma peregrinação. Recebeu a sua baraca do xeque Maomé ibne Nácer, da tariqa (irmandade sufista) Naciria de Tamegroute. Da sua autobiografia, Al-Fahrasa (tradução literal: "viagem académica"), só a sobreviveram a introdução e a primeira parte e até recentemente nunca tinham sido publicadas. O seu texto mais conhecido, Al-Muharat, também contém passagens autobiográficas. Ambos os textos são notáveis pela discussão franca do autor sobre malvadezas de crianças, os prazeres da sua vida sexual conjugal, e outros detalhes da sua vida pessoal. A obra Daliyya ("poema do elogio") dedicado ao seu xeque Maomé ibne Nácer da Zaouïa Naciria de Tamegroute é famosa tanto em Marrocos como na África Ocidental. Al-Yusi criticou abertamente o reinado do sultão alauita Mulai Ismail em "cartas abertas", algumas das quais ainda existem atualmente. Al-Yusi é conhecido principalmente por ter sido o fundador do culto dos Sete Santos de Marraquexe, a pedido de Moulay Ismail. (pt)
  • Abu Ali al-Hassan ibn Masud al-Yusi (1631–1691) was a Moroccan Sufi writer. He is considered to be the greatest Moroccan scholar of the seventeenth century and was a close associate of the first Alaouite sultan Rashid. Al-Yusi was born in a Berber tribe, the Ait Yusi, just north of Fes. He was married to Zahra bint Muhammad b. Musa al-Fasi. Al-Yusi left his native village on a very young age for a lifelong pilgrimage. He received his barakah from Sheikh Mohammed Ben Nasir of the tariqa Nasiriyya of Tamegroute, and studied and taught at the zawiyya of Dila with Mohammed al-Hajj ibn Abu Bakr al-Dila'i. Of his autobiography, Al-Fahrasa (literally: academic journey), only the introduction and first section have survived and these were, until recently, unpublished. His better known text Al-Muharat also contains many autobiographical passages. Both texts are remarkable for the author's frank discussions of childhood misdeeds, the pleasures of his conjugal sex life, and other intimate details of his personal life. Al-Yusi's Daliyya (poem of praise) of his shaikh Muhammad b.Nasir al-Dari of the Zawiya Nasiriyya of Tamegroute, is famous both in Morocco and West Africa. Al-Yusi overtly criticised the reign of the Alouite sultan Moulay Ismael. This criticism was expressed in 'open' letters, some of which remain today. Al-Yusi is especially well-known because he founded the cult of the seven saints of Marrakech at the request of Moulay Ismael. (en)
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  • أبو علي الحسن بن مسعود بن محمد ويسمى كذلك نور الدين اليوسي، فقيه مالكي أديب، يُنعت بغزالي عصره، من بني يوسي بالمغرب الأقصى. (ar)
  • Abu Ali al-Hassan ibn Masud al-Yusi (1631–1691) was a Moroccan Sufi writer. He is considered to be the greatest Moroccan scholar of the seventeenth century and was a close associate of the first Alaouite sultan Rashid. Al-Yusi was born in a Berber tribe, the Ait Yusi, just north of Fes. He was married to Zahra bint Muhammad b. Musa al-Fasi. Al-Yusi left his native village on a very young age for a lifelong pilgrimage. He received his barakah from Sheikh Mohammed Ben Nasir of the tariqa Nasiriyya of Tamegroute, and studied and taught at the zawiyya of Dila with Mohammed al-Hajj ibn Abu Bakr al-Dila'i. (en)
  • Abu Ali al-Hassan ibn Masud al-Yusi foi um escritor sufista, considerado o mais proeminente académico marroquino do século XVII. Foi um colaborador próximo do primeiro sultão alauita al-Raxide . Nascido na tribo berbere Ait Yusi, nas montanhas do Médio Atlas, foi casado com Zara binte Maomé ibne Muça al-Fasi. Deixou a sua aldeia nativa quando era muito jovem para empreender uma peregrinação. Recebeu a sua baraca do xeque Maomé ibne Nácer, da tariqa (irmandade sufista) Naciria de Tamegroute. (pt)
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