Imaginary Muslims: The Uwaysi Sufis of Central Asia
I.B. Tauris & Company Limited, 1993 - 266 pagine
An examination of the Uwaysi Muslims, who look for instruction from the spirit of the dead and who take their name from Uways, reputed to have communicated with Mohammad by telepathy. They are considered both as part of the Sufi tradition and as a distinct group with esoteric and eclectic roots.
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