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Abraham Maimonides: A Jewish Sufi

Sufi Winter 2001 cover
Sufi Magazine, London, England, Winter 2001

The open-minded practice of Sufism is known as a mystical system that can easily attract believers from other religions. Today, as in the past, Jews, Christians and followers of other religions have flocked to this practice, studying under Sufi masters and learning the Sufi Way. The Sufi chronicler Idries Shah has outlined past Sufi influence on St. Francis of Assisi, the Troubadours, St.

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