The Tijani is a Sufi order.
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Tijani is a masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
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The Tijāniyyah is a sufi tariqa within Sunni Islam, originating in North Africa but now more widespread in West Africa, particularly in Senegal, The Gambia, Mauritania, Mali, Guinea, Niger, Chad, Ghana, Northern and South-western Nigeria and some part of Sudan. The Tijāniyyah order is also present in the state of Kerala in India. Its adherents are called Tijānī. Tijānī place great importance on culture and education, and emphasize the individual adhesion of the disciple (murīd). To become a member of the order, one must receive the Tijānī wird, or a sequence of holy phrases to be repeated twice daily, from a muqaddam, or representative of the order.
Abu al-ʿAbbâs Ahmad ibn Muhammad at-Tijânî or Ahmed Tijani (1735–1815), in Arabic: سيدي أحمد التجاني, is the founder of the Tijaniyyah Sufi order. He was born into a Berber family in Aïn Madhi in Algeria, and died in Fez, Morocco, at the age of 80.
Nigeria competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States. The most surprising achievement was Nigeria's gold in football. The team overcame what are usually considered much stronger teams, such as Brazil and finally Argentina to earn the gold.
Ibrāhīm Niasse (1900–1975)—or French: Ibrahima Niasse, Wolof: Ibrayima Ñas, Arabic: شيخ الإسلام الحاج إبراهيم إبن الحاج عبد الله التجاني الكولخي Shaykh al-'Islām al-Ḥājj Ibrāhīm ibn al-Ḥājj ʿAbd Allāh at-Tijānī al-Kawlakhī —was a major leader of the Tijānī Sufi order of Islam in West Africa. His followers in the Senegambia region affectionately refer to him in Wolof as Baay, or "father." He is the founder of the Ibrāhīmiyyah branch of the Tijānī order, whose adherents designate themselves in Arabic as the people of the Faydah Tijāniyyah or, in Wolof, as Taalibé Baay. Outsiders often refer to his disciples as Ñaseen, which in Wolof means "of or pertaining to the Ñas family," although his disciples do not generally use this designation. Baye niass(cheikh Ibrahim niass) is estimated to have about 250-300million followers today.
Tidjani is a given name or surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Muhammad al-Tijani al-Samawi is a Tunisian Shia Islamic scholar, academic and theologian.
Tijani Belaïd is a French-born Tunisian international footballer who plays for Borneo in the Liga 1 as an attacking midfielder.
Belaid is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Kerim is both a masculine given name and a surname. People with the name include:
Ahmed Tijani Ahmed was a Nigerian politician who was Senator for the Kogi Central constituency in Kogi State from 1999 to 2003 as a member of the People's Democratic Party (PDP).
Ahmed Tijani Ben Omar is a Ghanaian-born American Islamic scholar and Imam.
Ahmed Skirej or Abu-l-Abbas Ahmed ibn al-Iyyashi Sukayrij al-Khazraji Al-Ansari al-Fasi (1878-1944) was a well known Moroccan Sufi scholar and judge. He wrote a great number of books, but is especially well known for his voluminous work on the companions of Sidi Ahmad al-Tijani: Kitab kashf al-Hijab ámman talaaqa bi-Shaykh Tijani mina-l As'hab.
Al-Tijani Yusuf Bashir (1912–1937) was a Sudanese poet who wrote in Arabic. He died from tuberculosis at the age of 25, and his work only became widely known after his death. Al-Tijani's poetry is generally classified as belonging to the Romantic tradition, although he had strong Neoclassical influences.
Ahmed Tijani is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Ahmed and Tijani. It may refer to:
Shaykh Ahmad At Tijânî Ibn Bâba Al 'Alawî was a Maliki jurist of the city of Chinguit in Mauritania, a theologian Ash'ari and Tijani imam. He is frequently called Ibn Ahmad Baba.
Sheikh Ahmad Tijani Ali Cisse is the spiritual leader of the Tijaniyya Sufi order. The Tijaniyya is the largest Sufi order in Western Africa and its leader is responsible for nearly 300 million Sufi adherents.
Joshua Tijani is a Ghanaian professional footballer who currently plays as a left back or centre back for Ashanti Gold and the Ghana national football team.
Salâh ud-Dîn Ibn Mahmûd al-Hasanî al-Tijânî al-Misrî is an Egyptian Imâm, Mujtahid and a specialist of Hadith affiliated to the Sunni Ash'ari theological school, the Maliki school of jurisprudence, and the Tijani Tariqa. He is also an orthopedic surgeon and Professor of Medicine at the Faculty Of Medicine Kasr Al Ainy of Cairo.
Sidi Ahmed al-Tijani Zawiya is a zawiya, an Islamic religious complex building for education and commemoration, in Fez, Morocco. The building is located inside Fes el Bali, the old medina quarter of the city. More specifically, it is situated in the Al-Blida neighborhood, close to the University of Al Quaraouiyine. It is dedicated to the founder of the Tijaniyyah tariqa from the 18th century, Sheikh Ahmad al-Tijani who is buried in the site. It is among the several other zawiyas dedicated to Al-Tijani. The complex is distinguishable from highly ornamented facades facing the street, and a minaret in turquoise color.