Circa 1750, Kabylia (Algeria), by Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Rahman (died 1793), also known as Abú Kabrain. The title may also be transliterated as Rahmaniyyah. The order descends from R-XR0356 - Suhrawardiya, through R-XR0357 - Khalwatiya, and itself split into several branches, thus also being known as Azzúziya and Bakriya. It accepts women as well as men. Abú Kabrain was tried for unorthodoxy, but was acquitted. His followers were instrumental in the resistance movement during the French occupation of Algeria in the 1870s.
As an Islamic order, practices include the recitation of seven 'names'.
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