Murshid F. A. Ali ElSenossi began his journey in this world in North Africa after
the end of W.W.II. His family has a long history of connection to the
Sufi Path (Tasawwuf).
He is a Murshid within the Tariqa Burhaniyya - Dasuqqiyya - Shadhuliyya
and carries a strong affiliation with the Shaykh al Akbar, Muhyi Din
ibn Arabi. He was a resident of Hobart, Tasmania from 1990 to
2012 and is has now relocated to Broken Hill, New South Wales to oversee
the establishment of the new Bookshop and Study Centre.
Under his direction and care, Almiraj Sufi & Islamic Study Centre and
Almiraj Sufi Books were established in 1991 in Hobart and now Sufi
Books of Broken Hill is open in Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Australias first Sufi magazine, The
Treasure, has been published under his guidance since 1998.
Each Friday, our Murshid gifts us with a talk at the centre and collective
dhikr is held weekly.
He has many murids within Australia and worldwide who maintain regular
contact with him. He is also the spiritual director and a marriage celebrant
for the Outback and Regional Muslim Communities in Australia.