Sayyidi Abu Abdullah Mohammad Bin Sulayman Al-Jazuli رحمتہ اللہ علیہ

Short biography: Sayyidi Abu Abdullah Mohammad Bin Sulayman Al Jazuli, also known as Sidi Mohammed Ben Slimane Ben Said al Jazouli, was born in the 15th century in a village called Jazoula in Sous Massa Daraa, near the coastal city Agadir. He experienced a sudden death while he was praying at the age of 75 (June 1465). He was originally buried in Essaouira. Seventy-seven years after his death, his holy body was exhumed to be transferred to Marrakech where he lies to this day.

Imam al-Jazuli is best known for compiling the Dalaïlul Khairaat, the most celebrated manual of Blessings on the prophet Mohammadصلى الله عليه و آله وسلم Every Thursday, the whole Dalaïlul Khairaat is read between Assr and Maghrib prayers.

Detailed biography in French (click to follow the link). Dalaïlul Khairaat 5th edition in English and with transliteration can be found here (click to follow the link)

Location: His mausoleum can be found near Riad Laarous in the northern part of the Medina. Address: 46 Angle Derb El Gueza Et Derb Jamaa