By the admission of the Turkish historian, “Inalcik”
“Mysticism” is a common denominator
of the Sufi Order
They were preoccupied with a standing place of Irfan, revealing unseen facts and obtaining Karamat.
The Multiplicity and diversity of “Order” found a fertile environment in Anatolia.
1) Khaled Al-Qatt, “The Esoteric Interpretation and Its Impact on the Beliefs of the Esoteric Sects,” Taibah University Journal of Arts and Human Sciences, Second Year, Fourth Issue (2014 AD).
2) Khalil Inalcik, History of the Ottoman Empire, 1st Edition (Beirut: Dar Al-Madar Al-Islami, 2002).
3) Saad Rostom, The Sects and the Islamic Schools, 3rd Edition (Damascus: The First for Publishing and Distribution, 2005).
4) Abdul Qader Al-Hamad, Contemporary Religions, Sects and Sects, 4th Edition (Riyadh: D.N, 2011 AD).