عنوان مقاله [English]
Throughout its history, Sufism has witnessed a lot of endearing, confirming, rejecting and criticizing itself. One of these critiques is the inner critique of Sufism by Qawamuddin Sanjaani, Arif Khorasani, eighth and ninth centuries. He, who is a Sufi himself, has a critical look in the book of madman Al-Mojanin and has tried to highlight its strengths and weaknesses and distinguish between true Sufis and Sufis. Criticism in the theoretical aspect of Sufism includes neglecting transcendental sciences, religious and religious deviations, and dividing the province into prophethood, addressing the duty and following Satan, and in practical mysticism criticizing such issues as abandoning scholarship and contempt of ulama, Hebhah and the dedication of duties, heresy, wisdom, witches, salvation, dance and singing, sheikhokhity and parading, rhythm, and pride, laziness, and laziness.
In spite of severe criticism, Snyangi believes that Sufism is rooted in the genuine Islamic tradition and that Sufis are true followers of the tradition of divine prophets, and that most of the critiques that have been presented are important to Sufi. Ultimately, his critique is in fact a defense of Sufism, and it can be called a corrective critique that does not impinge upon the principle of Sufism