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Burhan al-Din Ibrahim ibn Hassan ibn Shihab al-Din al-Kurani al-Madani (Arabic: برهان الدين إبراهيم بن حسن بن شهاب الدين الكوراني المدني‎, 1023-1101 AH, or 1615-1690 CE), was a Kurdish Sufi master (murshid) who was born in the village of Shahrani in Shahrizor plain, then part of Kurdistan. He was also attributed with al-Kurdi, al-Shahrazuri, and al-Shahrani. He studied and was a member of several Sufi orders (tariqa), especially the Naqshbandi and the Shattari. In Medina, he became Ahmad al-Qushashi's prominent and influential student, and succeeded Al-Qushashi as the leader of his order. His writings cover various Islamic subjects, including jurisprudence (fiqh), theology (tawhid), and Sufism.

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  • Burhan al-Din Ibrahim ibn Hassan ibn Shihab al-Din al-Kurani al-Madani (Arabic: برهان الدين إبراهيم بن حسن بن شهاب الدين الكوراني المدني‎, 1023-1101 AH, or 1615-1690 CE), was a Kurdish Sufi master (murshid) who was born in the village of Shahrani in Shahrizor plain, then part of Kurdistan. He was also attributed with al-Kurdi, al-Shahrazuri, and al-Shahrani. He studied and was a member of several Sufi orders (tariqa), especially the Naqshbandi and the Shattari. In Medina, he became Ahmad al-Qushashi's prominent and influential student, and succeeded Al-Qushashi as the leader of his order. His writings cover various Islamic subjects, including jurisprudence (fiqh), theology (tawhid), and Sufism.
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  • Burhan al-Din Ibrahim ibn Hassan ibn Shihab al-Din al-Kurani al-Madani (Arabic: برهان الدين إبراهيم بن حسن بن شهاب الدين الكوراني المدني‎, 1023-1101 AH, or 1615-1690 CE), was a Kurdish Sufi master (murshid) who was born in the village of Shahrani in Shahrizor plain, then part of Kurdistan. He was also attributed with al-Kurdi, al-Shahrazuri, and al-Shahrani. He studied and was a member of several Sufi orders (tariqa), especially the Naqshbandi and the Shattari. In Medina, he became Ahmad al-Qushashi's prominent and influential student, and succeeded Al-Qushashi as the leader of his order. His writings cover various Islamic subjects, including jurisprudence (fiqh), theology (tawhid), and Sufism.
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