Kitab al Majmu


Kitab al Majmu

Kitab al-Majmu‘ (Arabic: كتاب المجموع‎ "The Book of the Collection") is the holy book of the ‘Alawi sect of Islam.[1] The book is not openly published and instead is passed down from initiated Master to Apprentice. The Alawis are the ruling, but minority, sect in Syria.

References

  1. ^ Glassé, Cyril. 2008. The New Encyclopedia of Islam. Walnut Creek CA: AltaMira Press, p.37



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