Shaykh Murabit al Hajj of Mauritania

Discussion in 'Siyar an-Nubala' started by Wadood, Jan 11, 2010.

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  1. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran

    I am sure there are a lot of brothers in the UK who have been to Mauritania. Here in North America, a lot of brothers have visited with the help of one of the teachers (student of Shaykh Murabit) who teaches here at Zaytuna Institute.

    You get picked up from the capital and taken on a ride on a new well made road to the deep desert.

    Once you reach there, you learn all of the Deeni Sciences and Desert Survival skills. All the brothers that I have met have had an excellent experience, despite the hardships of the environment and living.

    Recently a brother, who I met at Zaytuna, visited Mauritania for a few weeks and then came back. It is that easy now.
  2. of course you´re right sheroo!
    but youd expect, on average, a 95+ person to live less than a 30+ one.
    actually i was admonishing myself...
  3. sherkhan

    sherkhan Veteran

    What makes you believe that you being 30+ would live longer than a wali aged 95+? Mustn't you/I hasten to each good act because you/I don't know how long you/I will live?
  4. SA01

    SA01 Veteran

    Grt pics.
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2010
  5. :s1:

    Has anyone on sunniport met the Shaykh in real life or been to Mauritania?
    If so, could you relay your experiences to us?

    Is it still possible to go to Mauritania to visit him? If so, how? I hear the noble wali is 95+ now so I'd better hurry up if I want to meet him...

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