known as Qarīb Allāh Abā Ṣāliḥ, b. 1866, d. 1936.
He established what became the Qarībiyya branch of the Sammāniyya in Omdurman where he built a mosque in Wad Nubāwī and where he is buried.
In his Ṭarīqa Sammāniyya, 37-38, Dr. Ḥasan al-Fātiḥ Qarīb Allāh lists those writings of his grandfather that are extant. Most of the manuscripts are kept at the mosque of Shaykh Qarīb Allāh in Omdurman.
1. Anfās al-nasīm.
2. Bahjat al-a ʿyād.
3. Bisāṭ al-qu…