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Discussion in 'Stories and Anecdotes' started by Wadood, Nov 27, 2006.
My master Sayyidi HaDrat Ibn 'Ata Allah al-Iskandari :ra:
Imām Kamāl ibn Humām al-Ĥanafī visited the grave of the gnostic Ibn Áţā’Allāh as-Sakandari and began reciting the sūrah, Hūd. When he reached the 105th verse: ‘and amongst them [on judgement day] shall be the disgraced, miserable and the fortunate, blessed’ / [fa minhum shaqiyyun wa saýīd], he heard a loud voice from the grave: ‘O Kamāl, there is no one miserable amongst us’.
Ibn Humām made a will that he be buried there. [He is buried in As-Sakandari's grave, in Al-Qurafa cemetry].
[Jāmiý Karāmāt al-Awliyā’a, Yusuf an-Nab’hāni, Vol.1/pg.427]