Jamāl al-Dīn b. Muhammad al-Annī (d. 1882) was one of Islamic scholars from , , Wollo, Ethiopia. He introduced Qādirī order in the region. He qualified many scholars like Muḥammad al-Dānī (Daniy al-Awal) who later became his khalīfa (successor) at Dana, Habru, Ethiopia. He died and was buried in , a place in Habru district, North Wollo, Ethiopia. He is said to have composed 99 works on dhikr and including Kifāyat al-ṭālibīn fī maʿrifat muhimmāt al-dīn.
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