The role of Mullah Ahmad al-Jazarī in the history of Kurdish thought and literature is remarkable. Many Kurdish scholars, poets and wises were under the influence of al-Jazarî. In that respect, Jazarî’s work, al-Dīwān, was examinated in Kurdish madrasahs and lodges, almost as a holy text, throughout centuries. We can say that no any Kurdish poets who was not influenced by al-Jazarī. One of these poets was Sayyid Qadrī Hashimī. He was from the center of culture, art and wisdom, al-Jazīra, like al-Jazarī. While Hashimī deals with the literary methology like Mela and takes into consideration many issues of Tasawuf as a follower al-Jazarī, he shows us his remarks on some special issues like union, incarnation and his approach to Hallaj Al-Mansûr as a representative of Khalidī Tarīqah. The aim of this paper is to compare Jazarî with Hashimî in the context of sufī thought.
Keywords: Mullah Ahmad Al-Jazarî, Sayyid Qadrî Hashimî, Existence, Love, Human, Hallaj Al-Mansûr.