|Abdullah bin al-Siddiq al-Ghumari|
|Alma mater||Al-Azhar University|
Abu al-Fadl Abdullah bin Muhammad bin al-Siddiq al-Ghumari (1910–1993) was a Moroccan preacher, jurist and theologian.
Ghumari was born in Tangier in 1910, and died there in 1993.
As a child, he was primarily educated by his father Muhammad bin al-Siddiq al-Ghumari, an Islamic scholar.
Eventually, Ghumari switched from Karaouine to Al-Azhar University in 1930 and graduating the next year.
During his education, Ghumari was a student of Al-Kawthari, of whom Ghumari would later hold extremely negative views.
In 1961, he was sentenced to ten years in prison, likely due to his time spent in Egypt where the Brotherhood had formed.
His older brother, Ahmad al-Ghumari, fell ill upon hearing of his younger brother's long sentence and died eight months later.
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