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.
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