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Title: الشيّخ عمر الفوتي تال وجهوده الدعوية في السنغال
Authors: مامود كاندي
Keywords: الإسلام - السنغال
الطرق الصوفية
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر- كلية الدراسات الإسلامية- قسم الدعوة والسيرة
Abstract: The study was entitled: Sheikh Omar Al-Foti Tal and his Da’wah efforts in Senegal and aimed to show the contributions of Sheikh Omar Al-Foti Tal towards Da'wah in Senegal and the extent to which Senegalese society is influenced by his Da’wah. It also included the mention of Islam entering Senegal , which also aim to highlight some of the figures who played a major role in spreading Islam and resisting colonialists and pagans in Senegal. The researcher used the descriptive analytical approach, from which he reached a number of results, including: Sheikh Omar al-Foti published the correct Islam after fighting the innovations, paganism and superstitions that prevailed in Senegal, and worked hard to spread his knowledge, which he gained from the scholars of Al-Azhar, Senegal and Mauritania. He wrote many books, He also spread the Tijani method in Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea-Conakry and Mali... and other countries in West Africa. He was able to achieve a political unity after overcoming and marching on Segu and expanding his Tukulor empire after supporting the people of Futatoro until its expansion reached Timbuktu. It established an empire with political, civilized, military manifestations, which were built in accordance with Islamic law. He also confronted the campaigns led by General Viderb and also his extensions within the black continent. He was able to instill in his country the spirit of jihad and reform, he protected Islam from the thorn of Christians and paganism. the rapid spread of the Tijani method by Sheikh Omar al-Foti among its people, sowed enmity between the leaders of the Qadri and Sheikh Omar al-Foti. In 1864, Sheikh Omar al-Foti, along with some of his sons and students in Banggarri, was martyred by the Qadri people after the people of Masna and Timbuktu revolted against him. This prompted the researcher to pay attention to the subject, as well as making some recommendations: He is comforted by methods of Da’wah of Sheikh Omar al-Foti to order favors and prevent vice. The researcher also urges more attention to Africa's history to clarify the mystery and uncover hidden facts.
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