Sidi Hamza lineage

Prophet Muhammad

(Blessings and Prayers of Allah be upon him)

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“We have sent you (Muhammad) as a mercy to the whole of mankind”. Qur’an

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Sidi al-Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib

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Sidi al-Hassan al-Basri

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Sidi Habib al-Ajami

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Sidi Suleiman Tai

Sidi Maruf al-Karkhi

Sidi Abul Hassan Saqti

Sidi Abulqasim al-Junaid

Sidi Abu Bakr Shibli

Sidi Raziuddin Abdulwahid

Sidi Youssef Tartusi

Sidi Ali Ahmad al-Hankari

Sidi Mubarak al-Mukhrami

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Moulay Shaykh Sidi Abd el Qadir al-Jilaani

The genealogy of the Qadiri family is through Sayedina Hassan (peace be on him), the grandson of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace of GOD be upon him).

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Sidi Abderrazaq The First

Sidi Isma’îl

Sidi Abderrazaq The Second

Sidi Muhammad

Sidi Muhammad

Sidi Abd al Qadir

Sidi Ali Sidi Chûayb

Sidi al Hassan

Shaykh Abu Dakhîl

Sidi Muhammad

Sidi Muhammad

Sidi Muhammad

Abu Dchîch

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The first Qadiri to come to Morocco

Sidi Ali Qadiri

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Sidi Muhammad

Shaykh al-Mokhtâr the first

Hajj al-Mokhtâr

Hajj Muhyî Addin

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Sidi Al MokhtârThe Grand father of Sidi Hamza


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Sidi Boumadiane

The Shaykh of Sidi Hajj al Abbas and Sidi Hamza
al Qadiri al Boutchichi

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Sidi Hajj al Abbas

The father of Sidi Hamza

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Shaykh Sidi Hamza
al Qadiri al Boutchichi

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Sidi Hamza biography

Sayyedi Abu Jamal Hamza bin Al-Hajj Al-Abbas bin Al-Mukhtar Al-Qadiri Al-Boutchichi was born in the year 1922 [1341 Hijri] in the village of Madagh in Northeast Morocco. Although his childhood was spent between activities on the land and on studying religion, he showed signs of spiritual status very early in his life.

He pursued his studies along the lines of the traditional education of the time. This included studying and memorising the Quran (from the age of 3/4 to 8/9) and then the religious sciences [mutun] , grammar [nahu] jurisprudence [fiqh] for a further 6 years.

Sidi Hamza Young

After the death of his uncle and teacher, Sidi Al-Mekki in 1936, Sidi Hamza went to Oujda to continue his studies at the university (1937-1940). Here he followed the syllabus of the famous Qarawiyyeen University (in Fez) and was taught by the most outstanding  scholars [‘ulema] of the time including the trustee of the religious endowment [waqf].

He returned to Madagh, where for a further two years he deepened his knowledge in the company of two religious scholars [‘ulema] from the city of Fes.

He studied the classical sciences of the Traditions [Hadith], the Prophetic biography [seerah] expounding of the Quran [tafsir], theology, mathematics, rhetoric and logic, in all of which he excelled and mastered.

After many years devoted to the study of the religious sciences, Sidi Hamza then turned his attention to the esoteric sciences at the hand of Sidi Abu Madyan, a distant uncle, who became his spiritual master, but who was hitherto little known to him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sidi Hamza when he was young

Sidi Hamza

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