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The Tariqa (the way) or the Qaderis are members of the Qadiri tariqa (Sufi order). The tariqa got its name from Abdul Qadir Gilani (1077–1166, also transliterated Jilani), who was a Hanbali scholar from Gilan, Iran. The order relies strongly upon adherence to the fundamentals of Islam.
The order, with its many offshoots, is widespread, particularly in the non-Arabic-speaking world, and can also be found in Turkey, Indonesia, Afghanistan, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, the Balkans, Russia, Palestine.
Qadiri leadership is not centralized. Each center of Qadiri thought is free to adopt its own interpretations and practices. In order to appointed leadership to each region, group, and could be country, he has to be licensed (given a permit) to do his duties by higher schoolers who belong to the Tariqa and certified the document officially.
This certified Permission (Ijaza) beautifully decorarted and colored with an illustration of Alsheikh Abdul Qadir Alkylani's mausoleum, written in Thulth, with over 4 meters long supported (add later) by plastic sheet from the back.