1973 | He stoped following the way of the “Sufi Path”
Imam Yassine consequently spent six years in the midst of the Sufi Order, before he switched to calling to the combine of the spiritual education with Jihad. He expressed these thoughts in his two first voluminous books “Islam between the Appeal and the State” (1972) and “Tomorrow Islam!”(1973). These publications had a critical impact on his decision to gradually stop following the way of the Order. Yet, it was his famous open letter, “Islam or the Flood”, addressed to the, then-ruling, king of Morocco Hassan II, that marked a decisive point between the “Sufi Path” and the “Prophetic Method”.