"Many others were also in attendance, along with those mentioned.
When Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir addressed them, his heart was present
in full awareness, as he declared: 'This foot of mine is upon
the neck of every saint of Allah [qadami hadhihi 'ala raqabati
kulli waliyyin li'llah].'
'Ali ibn al-Hiti sprang to his feet at once, then climbed the
steps up to the lectern, where he grasped the Shaikh's foot and
set in upon his neck, as he placed his head beneath the hem of
the Shaikh's robe. All of those present extended their necks in
this same manner."
sent his intelligent Khulafas in all parts of the world. they
made khanqa's there and spread the message of Islam. He was the
sun in Sufism and all the Sufis of different Sufi orders received
benefit from the Shaykh. The Shaykh wrote many books. Some of
which are listed below,
al-talibeen 2)futuh al-ghayb 3) sirr al-asrar 4) alfteh al-rabbani
5) jila al-khawatir fil-Batin-o-wal-zahir 6)maktoobat(letters)
'Abd al-Qadir died on 11 rabi al-thani 561/1166 and the Imam of
his janaza prayer was his elder son Hadrat sayyid abu Abdullah
saif al-Din Abd al-Wahhab (D.593/1197) who became his successor
after his death. Shaykh was buried in Baghdad and his shrine is
well known all over the Muslim world.