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In the Spirit : Ilahis and Mystical Hymns…

In the Spirit : Ilahis and Mystical Hymns [video recording, streaming]

by Shaykh Muzaffer Ozak, Lex Hixon (Host)

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In the 1980's Lex Hixon Shaykh Nur hosted a TV interview program called "In the Spirit" in this hour long episode his sufi teacher and his dervish order appear as guests. Shaykh Muzaffer Ozak and the Halveti-Jerrahi Order Dervishes chant the call to prayer, ilahis and hymns from the Sufi tradition, the program also includes an interview on spiritual topics.
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