Albania is the world center of the Bektashi
school (a particularly liberal form of Shi'a Sufism), which moved from Turkey to Albania in 1925 after the revolution of Ataturk.
There is also a note in it that the book is transferred as a waqf (values intended for charity or for religious purposes - ed.) Momin Ded from the Bektashi
In March 2018 when the Bektashi
Community of Albania organized a congress for Imam Ali and celebrated the Festival of Nowrooz with its Bektashi
community and the Iranian diplomats in Tirana, MEK asked the Albanian authorities to interrupt this religious event and arrest two Iranian journalists -- by falsely claiming that they were terrorists.
Gl Baba, known in Hungary as the Father of Roses, was a Bektashi
dervish a warrior Muslim ascetic who arrived in Buda in 1541 with the occupying Turkish troops.
The Qalandari dervishes subsequently emerged as the Bektashi
They brought this with them to Turkey, where the Naqshbandi became increasingly influential in the nineteenth-century Ottoman bureaucracy, following the suppression of the Bektashi
The donation was witnessed by many world leaders, royalty, religious & spiritual leaders, and top businessesmen & CEOs at the G.O.D Awards, including: H.H Hajji Dedebaba Edmond Brahimaj, world leader, Bektashi
Community, Albania; H.M.
I went up on the mountain overlooking the town, to visit an interesting mosque, the Bektashi
Teqe, which is built inside a cave.
Artor NUHIU (1), Arber HOTI (2), Mejdi BEKTASHI
The Janissaries were generally connected to the latter through the Bektashi
sufi order, while other branches of the armed forces tended to be closer to Mevlevi and later Naqshbandi tariqas.
Clarke interviewed many Alevi dedes, Bektashi
babas, musicians and members of the Alevi community.
Later the Bektashi
Sufi order associated with janissaries since the fifteenth century was also officially closed down ( Zurcher , 2004 p 39-40).