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Le Diwan d'al-Hallaj
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'I am the Truth' (Anal-Haq) Diwan of Mansur al-Hallaj
Al-Hallaj gained a wide following as a preacher before he became implicated in power struggles of the Abbasid court and was executed after a long period of confinement on religious and political charges. Although most of his Sufi contemporaries disapproved of his actions, Hallaj later became a major figure in the Sufi tradition. In Mecca he made a vow to remain for one year in the courtyard of the sanctuary in fasting and total silence. Al-Hallaj made his second pilgrimage to Mecca with four hundred disciples, where some Sufis, his former friends, accused him of sorcery and making a pact with the jinn. After returning to his family in Baghdad, al-Hallaj began making proclamations that aroused popular emotion and caused anxiety among the educated classes. Al-Hallaj's preaching had by now inspired a movement for moral and political reform in Baghdad. The conditions of Al-Hallaj's confinement varied depending on the relative sway his opponents and supporters held at the court,  but he was finally condemned to death in on the charge of being a Qarmatian rebel who wished to destroy the Kaaba , because he had said "the important thing is to proceed seven times around the Kaaba of one's heart.
Diwan Al Hallaj