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Mansur Al Hallaj From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia…

Mansur Al-Hallaj – From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mansur al-Hallaj (Arabic: ابو المغيث الحسين بن منصور الحلاج‎ Abū al-Muġīṭ Husayn Manṣūr al-Ḥallāğ; Persian: منصور حلاج‎ Mansūr-e Ḥallāj) (c. 858 – March 26, 922) (Hijri c. 244 AH – 309 AH) was a Persian[1] mystic, revolutionary writer and teacher of Sufism, who wrote exclusively in Arabic.[2]

He is most famous for his poetry, accusation of heresy and for his execution at the orders of the Abbasid Caliph Al-Muqtadir after a long, drawn-out investigation.[3]ad

“I saw my Lord with the eye of the heart
He asked, ‘Who are You?’
I replied, ‘You’.[4]