By Henry Corbin
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Com) 21379: Who was al-Hallaaj? Question: Who was Mansoor Hallaj . What is his role in Islamic History? 21 Answer: Praise be to Allaah. Al-Hallaaj was al-Husayn ibn Mansoor al-Hallaaj, who was known as Abu Mugheeth, or Abu ‘Abd-Allaah. He grew up in Waasit, or it was said in Tastar, and he was connected with a group of Sufis including Sahl al-Tastari, al-Junayd, Abu’l-Hasan al-Noori and others. He traveled to many places, including Makkah and Khurasaan, and India where he learned sihr (magic, witchcraft).
Based on the above, it is clear that this book cannot be attributed to ‘Ali (may Allaah be pleased with him), therefore nothing in it can be used as evidence in matters of sharee’ah, no matter what the issue is. But whoever reads it in order to find out what it contains of eloquence, the ruling is the same as that on all other books on Arabic language, without attributing its contents to Ameer alMu’mineen ‘Ali (may Allaah be pleased with him). See Kutub hadhdhara minha al-‘Ulama’, 2/250. Islam Q&A.
He deceived many ignorant people thereby, and they were attracted by him, until they thought that he was one of the greatest awliya’ (close friends or “saints”) of Allaah. He is liked by most of the Orientalists, and they think that he was killed wrongfully because, as we shall see below, his beliefs were close to Christian beliefs and he preached a similar message. He was executed in Baghdad in 309 AH, because it was proven by his own confession and otherwise that he was a kaafir and a heretic.
L'homme et son ange by Henry Corbin