The number 786 that many Muslims from the Asian Sub-Continent use to signify “in the name of Allah, the ever merciful, the ever compassionate,” which derived from an ancient system of Arabic numerology called abjad is seen at the shrine for the Indian Sufi saint from Punjab named Baba Fariduddin of Shakar Ganj who visited the place 800 years ago and become in the last 100 years a hospice for Muslims devotees from India in which Ansari family take charge in the last 100 years located in the Muslim Quarter in the old city of East Jerusalem, Israel.

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The number 786 that many Muslims from the Asian Sub-Continent use to signify “in the name of Allah, the ever merciful, the ever compassionate,” which derived from an ancient system of Arabic numerology called abjad is seen at the shrine for the Indian Sufi saint from Punjab named Baba Fariduddin of Shakar Ganj who visited the place 800 years ago and become in the last 100 years a hospice for Muslims devotees from India in which Ansari family take charge in the last 100 years located in the Muslim Quarter in the old city of East Jerusalem, Israel.
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