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  •  Salafi disease of literalism
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    Salafi disease of literalism

    Rate this post This document deals with the Salafi / Wahabi disease of taking everything with literalism, and loosing its spiritual meaning & value.

  •  Devils deception of the Nasibi Wahabis
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    Devils deception of the Nasibi Wahabis

    Rate this post A comprehensive research in to the Nasibis wahabis/deobandis by Ansar.org.com

  •  Wahhabism and its Refutation by the Ahl as-Sunna
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    Wahhabism and its Refutation by the Ahl as-Sunna

    Rate this post The Wahhabis are one of the groups who name themselves as Moslems while, in fact, they strive to demolish Islam. Ayyub Sabri Pasha [d. 1308 (1890)], Rear Admiral in the time of the thirty-fourth Ottoman sultan ‘Abd al-Hamid Khan II [1258-1336 (1842-1918), buried in the shrine of Sultan Mahmud, in Istanbul], wrote […]

  •  Wahhabism, At the Crossroads
    Wahhabism, At the Crossroads
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    Wahhabism, At the Crossroads

    Wahhabism, At the Crossroads 4 (80%) 1 vote Two types of Wahhabis — Extremist and Moderate: 1. Extremist and hard-line Salafis regard all Muslims, apart from themselves, as infidels (Kafir) and polytheists (Mushrik), and consider shedding their blood and wealth as admissible. Obduracy in thought, ruthlessness in speech and action and contempt for logical and rational discussions is amongst their […]

  •  A Strife-Free Dialogue A Step Towards Understanding
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    A Strife-Free Dialogue A Step Towards Understanding

    Rate this post The author mainly aims to establish a suitable method of communication with Wahhābīs to familiarize them with Shī‘ism, and to prepare a proper ground for their conversion to the school of thought of the Household of the Prophet, peace be upon them…!

  •  The Rose without Thorns
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    The Rose without Thorns

    Rate this post A Criticism of the Books Dedicated by Wahhbis to the Pilgrims during the Hajj Days…

  •  Wahhabism
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    Wahhabism

    Rate this post The author provides an introduction to the life of the founder of Wahhabism and an in depth analysis of the beliefs of Wahhabi School of thought in the light of Quran, Hadith, and logical reasoning. The title deals with following topics: Construction of graves, Ziyara, Tawassul, Shafa’a, Nadhr, Commemorating the birth and […]

  •  Wahhabism
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    Wahhabism

    Rate this post The author provides an introduction to the life of the founder of Wahhabism and an in depth analysis of the beliefs of Wahhabi School of thought in the light of Quran, Hadith, and logical reasoning. The title deals with following topics: Construction of graves, Ziyara, Tawassul, Shafa’a, Nadhr, Commemorating the birth and […]

  •  The Wahhabia Movement: The True Image
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    The Wahhabia Movement: The True Image

    Rate this post This text, prepared and published by Al-Ghadeer Center for Islamic Studies and translated by Hamid S. Atiyyah, reveals the facts about the Wahhabia doctrine and sheds lights on its origins, school of thought, and relation with other sects of Islam.     Source: al-islam.org

  •  A New Analysis of Wahhabi Doctrines
    A New Analysis of Wahhabi Doctrines
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    A New Analysis of Wahhabi Doctrines

    A New Analysis of Wahhabi Doctrines 4 (80%) 1 vote A text that examines fundamental Wahhabi beliefs in comparison to those of the Ahlus Sunnah and the Shi`ah. Topics discussed within include a summarized account of the life of Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, one of the prominent figures of this movement, and some of […]

  •  Salafi Disease of Literalism
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    Salafi Disease of Literalism

    Rate this post Salafis believe that the entire Qur’an is literal and that it is aloof of Mujaz (figurative Expressions). As a result, we witness them interpreting Verses of Qur’an literally. Examples of their literal approach are:Giving Physical attributes to Allah – Believing that He (swt) has feet, arms, fingers, eyes etc. Taking the Throne […]

  •  Wahhabism
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    Wahhabism

    Rate this post Wahhabism is ascribed unto Shaykh Muhammad, the son of ’Abd al-Wahhab of Najd. This ascription has been derived from the name of his father ’Abd al-Wahhab. And as some scholars put it, the reason why this creed has not been attributed to Shaykh Muhammad himself and has not been called Muhammadiyyah is […]

  •  Wahabism And Monotheism
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    Wahabism And Monotheism

    Rate this post In The Name Of Allah The Beneficent The Merciful Praised Be Allah Lord of Worlds. Perfect Blessings And Thorough Peace Be Upon Mohammed Our Master And Prophet And His Immaculate Infallible Progeny. GRACE OF BROAD­MINDEDNESS One of the most remarkable graces of Allah the Elevated to mankind is broad­mindedness and tolerance especially […]

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