Mansur Al Hallaj
- The A, S and Q of Asrar's Malango
- KARACHI: Centuries ago a saint named Mansur Al-Hallaj embraced death with a smile on his face after he was condemned for calling his 'self' god. “Anal-haq (I am the truth, divine)!
- Istanbul Istanbul
- Its epitaph quotes 9th century Persian mystic Mansur al-Hallaj: “Hell is not the place where we suffer, it's the place where no one hears us suffering.
- Music of the Levant:Old & New, with Duo Pulse
- Their work combines old and new in often surprising ways; for example, Boulos drew recent acclaim for composing work based on the poems of Hussayn Ibn Mansur al-Hallaj, a writer executed in Baghdad in 922 for his pacifist Sufi writings.
- Literature: the digital divide
- Jamila Hashmi had a deep sense of history and understanding of mysticism, which she displayed while penning Dasht-e-Soos, a novel based on the tragic story of Mansur Al Hallaj, the mystic who stood unwavering in the face of torture.
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