Doctrine of armed jihad or doctrine of Saudi Wahhabi caliphate?

Doctrine of armed jihad or doctrine of Saudi Wahhabi caliphate?


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While the world is being wrecked by terrorist acts of Wahhabi-Deobandi extremists right from Boston to Woolwich and Madrid to Kabul, a concerted effort is being made to hide the central role of the supremacist, totalitarian ideology that is being spread by Saudi Arabia.

95 percent of terrorists follow shades of Saudi literalist ideology

95 percent of terrorists follow shades of Saudi literalist ideology, i.e., Takfiri Wahhabi-Deobandi sect


The Saudi Kingdom along with its protege states like UAE, Qatar etc is an epicentre for spreading this supremacist ideology in the form of virulent intolerant strand of Islam, i.e., Wahhabi-Salafi ideology. In South Asia and Afghanistan, the Deobandi sub-sect is closely aligned with and generously funded by the Saudis.

All attempts to divert attention away from this core issue (i.e. the pursuit of worldwide Saudi Wahhabi Caliphate) are tantamount to intellectual dishonesty. Those who are a part of such obfuscation are either wittingly or unwittingly complicit in the Saudi Salafist agenda.

Saudi Arabia has invested billions of dollars from Indonesia to North America and from South Africa to Scandinavia in order to promote its Wahhabi-Salafi doctrine in the shape of mosques, madrassas, media, think tanks and advocacy groups.

Consequently in the global mainstream media, there is a coordinated and deliberate effort to hide, dilute and obscure the ideology of the Wahhabi-Salafi perpetrators of violence. Similar efforts are undertaken to obfuscate the fact that terrorism in the West as well as in Muslim countries remains, in the main, a Wahhabi-Deobandi phenomenon.

A few cases of violence by other Muslim sects or sub-sects are statistically insignificant. However the Saudi lobby and its propagandists inflate them out of proportion to hide the Wahhabi-Deobandi monopoly on violence. Indeed, Ahmadis are not hijacking planes, Shia Ismailis are not burning shrines in Mali, and Sunni Sufis are not gruesomely murdering British soldier in Woolwich.


An often used tactic by certain respected Western journalists (e.g., Declan Walsh of the New York Times, Sadanand Dhume of the Wall Street Journal etc) is to resort to sweeping generalizations and describe the Wahhabi-Deobandi militants as Sunni extremists. Besides dangerous stereotyping, this tactic also obfuscates the central role of the Saudi Wahhabi Kingdom which not only provides ideological impetus to terrorists but also provides them with financial, moral and political support.

Another tactic is to use half truths in order to mask the guiding ideology behind terrorism.

A term that is being used by some sections of the mainstream media is the doctrine of armed jihad. This once again serves to hide the Wahhabi-Deobandi identity of terrorists. While it is a fact that Wahhabi-Deobandi terrorists from Mali to Libya and from Syria to London make ample use of the ideology of Jihad to justify and promote their violent agenda, the doctrine of armed Jihad is an insufficient and incomplete raison d’etre for Wahhabi-Deobandi terrorism. Jihad literally means struggle, and is a tenant for all Muslims.

An important question being ignored is: whose doctrine of armed Jihad are we talking about?

Internally Muslims are themselves suffering from this tension and obfuscation. There are plenty of examples of how Wahhabis-Deobandi militants justify violence against Sunni Barelvis, Shias, Ahmadis etc in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Syria, Libya, Mali, Iraq etc.

Jihad is neither homogeneous nor a unitary concept. In Islam, struggle within one’s sole and defining the moral compass from within is considered a bigger Jihad. In contrast, the doctrine of armed Jihad (described as lesser Jihad by Sunni Sufis, Shias and Ahmadis) has different interpretations and different significance for different sects. And the proof of this is manifested in statistics of terrorism from Mali to Mumbai and from Islamabad to New York. Look at the (almost non-existent) number of Sunni Barelvi, Shia or Ahmadi Muslims involved in an act of terror and compare that number with the number of Wahhabi-Deobandi terrorists, e.g. 9/11 bombers, Faisal Shehzad, Major Nadal Hasan, Bali Bombers, Madrid terrorists, 7/7 bombers, Woolwich and Boston attackers etc.

On the contrary, Shia Muslims and Sunni Sufis worldwide are the biggest victims of the Wahhabi-Deobandi violence. Failure to highlight this important detail is an indicator of true intentions of those who want to obfuscate the role of Saudi Arabia.

In fact, the pursuit of a worldwide totalitarian Wahabi Caliphate is the primary root cause of religiously motivated violence in the name of Islam. That’s why simply pointing out the notion of armed Jihad not only gives an incomplete picture but also masks the Wahhabi-Deobandi Takfiri agenda. Using the doctrine of armed Jihad to explain horrific acts of terrorism is intellectually lazy and politically useless.

Saudi-sponsored Wahhabi-Deobandi militants promote their agendas on two fronts through two different but interconnected tools. On the internal front, they use the notion of the Takfeer (apostatizing) to suppress and eliminate all non-Wahhabi non-Deobandi Muslims (e.g., Sunni Sufi, Shia, Ahmadi, Alawites etc). On the external front, they use the convoluted Wahhabi Salafist notion of armed Jihad to promote their violent agenda. However, armed Jihad is only a tool, not the objective. Anyone who condemns the tool but obscures the identity and guiding ideology of the perpetrator is either naive or intellectually compromised.

Also, it is important to note that Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Iraq, Taliban in Pakistan and Afghanistan, Al Nusrah Front in Syria, Sipah Sahaba in Pakistan etc are different shades of the same Wahhabi-Salafi supremacist ideology.

The pursuit of global Wahhabi Khilafah is clearly promoted by the 20th-century writings of such Slafi Deobandi Islamists as Syed Qutb and Hassan al-Banna of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, Al Zawahiri of Al Qaeda, and Syed Maudoodi of Jamaat-e-Islami of Indo-Pakistan. Such writings in turn are inspired by the ideology of the 14th century Salafist cleric Ibn Taymiyyah.

The central tenant of this supremacist ideology is to create artificial binaries between Muslims and non-Muslims and also between Sunni and Shia Muslims, therefore justifying murder and violence. Hence, simply stating that the doctrine of armed Jihad is the cause of terrorism is to put the cart before the horse. Even worse, this also completely obscures and hides the Saudi agenda that has the world in the grip of its fascist ideology today.


45 responses to “Doctrine of armed jihad or doctrine of Saudi Wahhabi caliphate?”

  1. Saudi Arabia and the Rise of the Wahhabi Threat
    Posted on Fri, May 7, 2010 at 13:20 pm CEST
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    Still a current article on the dangers of Wahhabism.

    Originally published by The Middle East Forum; february 27, 2003; Saudi Arabia and the Rise of the Wahhabi Threat.

    A briefing by Stephen Schwartz,

    the Al-Saud Kings
    Al-Qaeda represents Wahhabism in its purest form – a violent fundamentalist doctrine that rejects all non-Wahhabi Islam, especially the spiritual forms of Islam. Wahhabism is an expansionist sect intolerant of Shi‘ite Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Hinduism; in fact, Wahhabists seek to challenge and destroy these faiths. The Saudi-Wahhabi threat must not be underestimated; it requires our grave attention.

    A History of Violence

    Contrary to prevalent Western beliefs, Wahhabism is not an old Islamic tradition and the House of Saud does not enjoy a credible historic claim to rule over Arabia. Indeed, Wahhabism emerged only 250 years ago under the guidance of an obscure fanatic known as Muhammad Ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab who later formed an alliance with a group of desert bandits, the Sauds. From the time they established their covenant to the creation of the modern Saudi state, the Saudi-Wahhabi movement spread across the peninsula brutally defeating and enslaving non-Wahhabi elements.

    A substantial body of nineteenth century scholarship does exist to confirm the bloody rise of the Saudi-Wahhabi state. Thomas Hope, a British author, wrote extensively about the Wahhabi spread from his travels throughout the Middle East. In his novel Anastasius, he described Wahhabi agents in words that will be strikingly familiar to modern readers: as extremist puritans bent on dominating the Muslim world by adopting tactics reminiscent of Al-Qaeda’s calculated savagery.

    The theological and political pact between the Saud clan and the Wahhabists resulted in the fall of Mecca for the second and last time in 1924, solidifying their grip on power. After the conquest of Mecca, the vast oil wealth of the kingdom would be used to export a radical Wahhabist ideology across the globe.

    Nerve Center of Islamic Extremism

    Even after September 11, the Wahhabi bureaucracy in Saudi Arabia continues to foster religious extremism. When bombs go off in Israel, Kenya, Indonesia, and elsewhere, Saudi Arabia is still the main source of the terrorist money. The kingdom is an unwavering nerve center of ideological indoctrination, incitement, and terrorist financing.

    From time to time, the Saudi elite attempts to confuse Western opinion by claiming that it too is the target of Islamic terror, a rather hollow gesture to hide its complicity in terrorism. Saudi Arabia, being a police state, the monarchy long ago could have ridded itself of extremist elements. But the sobering reality is that international terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda are directly impelled by Saudi clerics. To recover their credibility in the eyes of more reactionary factions after years of excess, the Saudi family has embarked on an ambitious global campaign to support incubators of violence and extremism from Algeria to the Philippines. In sum, Al-Qaeda would not exist absent Saudi money and membership.

    False Arguments

    Washington needs to end its delusion that the Saudi royal family is a moderating force within Saudi politics when the realty is that it has produced a well-funded launch pad for a fascist ideology. Unfortunately, there is no shortage of Saudi apologists. The so-called specialists and academics continue to argue that Islamic terror is the consequence of Islam enduring Western humiliation. But in fact, Saudi Arabia has never been subjugated by the West, instead it has only been cuddled and bribed to ridiculous extremes. And in turn the West has received a torrent of violence and hateful venom.

    Equally as erroneous is the contention that an accommodation of non-Wahhabi religions is somehow a break with traditional Islam. This absurd notion is blatantly untrue. Qatar, another Wahhabi state, has actually authorized the establishment of churches. Also, neighboring Bahrain contains thriving Christian, Jewish, and Hindu communities. One can even find a Hindu temple in Oman.

    The Future

    After decades of theocratic oppression, the vast majority of the Saudi people are restive for the following reasons: 1.) The Shiite minority in the southern and eastern provinces are tired of the violent persecution they have suffered at the hands of the Wahhabist clergy. 2.) The young people of Saudi Arabia want to live in a modern society where they can utilize their enterprising talents and energies to build a prosperous future. 3.) Lastly, non-Wahhabi scholars are already calling on the royal family to reject the officially sanctioned intolerant state religion and replace it with pluralistic Ottoman-Islamic traditions. Remarkably, thousands of young people are turning to Sufism as an expression of protest against the entrenched religious establishment.

    The transition to a reasonably open Malaysian parliamentary model from its current medieval state need not be catastrophic. The Saudi monarchy could remain as a symbolic body with power concentrated in a representative legislature. Indeed, the position that a more strict Islamic system might emerge if the House of Saud is brushed aside is ludicrous. Proponents of this view often cite the emergence of an Iranian-style regime as a possible consequence. However, this is a specious historical analogy since the Iranian people never experienced the harsh strictures of Islamic law prior to the ascension of the Islamic Republic. The people of Saudi Arabia know this repression all too well and they are dead tired of it.


    Saudi Arabia and its militant Islamic doctrines constitute a clear and present danger to the United States and the international community. The U.S. should demand a full accounting of Saudi complicity in the September 11th terrorist attacks. We should no longer accept the status quo and forcefully pressure the kingdom to cut its ties to terrorism.

    This summary account was written by Zachary Constantino, a research assistant at the Middle East Forum.

    About the author,
    Stephen Schwartz is a senior policy analyst with the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies based in Washington, DC. As a journalist, he covered the Balkans in the 1990s for the San Francisco Chronicle. His latest book is The Two Faces of Islam: The House of Sa’ud from Tradition to Terror (Doubleday, 2002). He spoke to the Middle East Forum in New York on February 27, 2003.
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  2. Caliph-King inn tasveero ko daikh kar buhat khush ho ga shabasi day ga! — Gubbar-e-Islam.

  3. Takfiri Wahabi-Salafi-Deobandi are hypocrites (Munafiq) and terrorists.
    (This does not apply to non-Takfiri Wahabi-Salafi-Deobandi people.)

  4. This post has nothing to do with reality. This article is only to get attention from specific mind of people.

  5. this article gives only the details of the reaction of the Saudi Arabia and other islamic ideologies and states……but it do not describe the root causes of the terrorism…..let me give the reason or the justification for the “acts of terrorism”.. Iraq was attacked by USA 1991 and also 2003. afghanistan attacked 2001. Kashmir is on fire since 1947. Kashmir is the most militarized zone in the world. India has killed more than 70,000 Kashmiris. Russia has killed tens of thousands in Chechnia. 14 NATO states attacked Libya and so on and so on…………. now the muslims all over the wowrld are reacting to this………..i hope this explains it.

    • hahahaha Rizwan ur analysis makes me laugh. Instead Killing Americans and indians these (Takfiri Terrorist) attacking civilians, other sects and those who stand against them. I dont know where one can fit ur this analysis. Senseless

  6. This article is simply biased and misleading. Afterall, saudis do have something in them that Allah has bestowed them such an enormous task of maintaining the two harams. However, one cannot ignore the facts related to wahabi element which is openly portrayed in makkah and madina eg. Destruction of museloem in holy grave yards etc. Moreover, i see a generalization when it comes to pointing out the muslim sects. No, ahmadis/qadianis are not muslims. Its been decades now that they should face the truth and declare themselves nonmuslims. Every muslim should read why and how this particular group came into being in the early 20th century.

    • “However, one cannot ignore the facts related to wahabi element which is openly portrayed in makkah and madina eg. Destruction of museloem in holy grave yards etc.”
      Good, that is the starting point. Now ask a question, can anyone having an iota of respect for the Prophet (PBUH) hit his mother’s grave (SAAH) and his daughter’s grave (SAAH) with tools and demolish them? Brother, look at the life-styles of “Khadim-e-Harmain Sharifain” and look at the poor graves of the dears of our Lord (PBUH) and you will begin to understand them.
      Al-Haram Al-Sharif in Jerusalem is maintained in excellent condition. Can we say Allah has chosen Israel to do a service there?

  7. Another great essay, Sarah.
    Your brief but comprehensive manner of writing is something for which I will strive in my own coverage of this complex but explainable phenomenom of the real meaning of Jihad, versus the misguided Wahhabi aberration of Islam.
    My compliments. You are an inspiration.

  8. Brelviism was introduced by the Englisher, In arab they are call barelvi not sunni, and People called wahabi or deobandi are known as Sunni in arab world.

  9. article is not complete but have something and point out which is unexpected so we can think this way, might be this story is part of big game theory

  10. It is a national pat time to hold Saudi responsible for out sins. Listen Qasim, Ghaznavi, Ghauri, Bulbun, Razia Sultana, The Mughals, Lodhis were not Saudis, it is in the holy script. Accept the responsibility. It is Salafi thought, you know what is Salafi thought here you go: The way Islam was practiced by Quraysh. It never started with Russian invasion of Afghanistan or the Jihad-phobia of ‘Mard-e-Momin Ziaul Haq.’ These events only help expedite the journey and race to the bottom of the hole.

    Please kindly read revisit the history If you don’t know who Imam Ibn Taymiyah was? You will not know what are the actual roots of a ‘Talibenic mindset! ‘ This is the history of ‘philosophical origins’ of terror killing rampant nowadays in the name of ‘Takfir.’

    If you don’t comprehend and fully recognise the jurisprudence of ‘Takfir’ and trace the original author of this concept; you will not understand the origins of the violence within the realms of political Islam that has become so unbridled. The roots of modern-day Salafis/Wahabbism/Talibanization dates back to the 13th century to a man known as Ibn Taymiyah. Though it wasn’t until the 18th century when a man by the name of Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab brought about a transformation that changed the course of Islam until then the Hanbali thought dominated, though an active subterranean puritan movement of Ahle- Salaf was raising its tentacles.

    ‘ Ibn Taymiyah wrote:

    “Nay it is known from the Salaf Imams that Takfir (to be considered non-Muslim) be issued against anyone that says that Quran is created he must repent or otherwise be killed.”

    This is the root of Talebenic/Aurunzebi/Mawdudi Salafi Islam: ”In order to establish the criterion for what ’pure’ Islamic teachings were, he used the yardstick of referring to the first three generations of people who lived after the Prophet. These included the Sahaba (companions), Tabi’een (individuals who had seen the companions) and Taba-Tabi’een (individuals who had seen the Tabi’een).These three generations are generally coined up under one term referred to as the Salaf (the pious ancestors).”

    Don’t try to find a side track actor and blame a bogey dog., it is in our ideology embedded clearly. Takfir is part of Islam. Aurangzeb was not made in Saudi by Abdul Wahhab. He was more puritanical than Abdul Wahhab, his version of Islam much more venomous.

    The real tragedy is we traded our brand that was dating back to Mohenjodero and Harrapa to a new screwed up brand, a name plagiarised from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and others for a fusion menu where majority of independent seekers i.e. Bengal the most glorified and most intelligent were not even the part of the acronym.

    It is retarded screwed up mind set please. We are prisoners and slaves of a dogma …. Saudis are million times more pragmatic than these creeps we call Jihadis, Indians are highly respected and preferred in Islamic Gulf over these vandals. this is not about Saudi this is about our perversion, we the converts created a new decadent definition of dogma.

    Yeh ahzaz hai hamari husan awargi ka..jahan bhee gayee zulam sitam kee abrit naak dastan choor aaye

    • Sahib,
      Could you please write an article on the history of Takfir in the language you feel most comfortable with and publish on this blog? Thanks.

  11. I think your conclusion speaks your own fallacy and bigotry hatredness towards the Saudi. If you think Saudi act alone, you must been wrong, Saudi has been backed by the UK esp during the time of Margaret Tatcher and incorporated within the US politics through Billy Carter in 1970s. Please extended your view and I feel sorry for your narrowly argument blaming the Saudi alone. I am not defending Saudi for which I understand clearly Saudi funded the mujahideen activities since Soviet invasion, but you can’t be bias. The CIA has been involved all along the process. Read Andrew Feinsten : The Shadow World. That’s my two cent, thank you !

    • Can you improve your English please? Don’t you know Larry Bhai is watching?

  12. salam, the writer of this article must b a narrow minded anti wahabi deobandi. this article is totally against wahabi n deobandis, may b she was not prepared for this article or may b she wanted to feed the wrong info. if u see talibans in pakistan they r all working under usa n indirectly isreal, many terrorists killed had tattoos on their body which is strictly prohibitd in islam, iran is also investing huge amount of money to promote terrorism shia terrorism in pakistan n else where. iran attacked our holy city of Makkah so that the pilgrims would go to karbala instead of Makkah, y is usa involved in every country u say where wahabi deobandi r spreading terror hah libya, syria, pakistan, afghanistan, iraq, egypt, palestine etc its because they want to eliminate wahabi n deobandis, so every action has an equal and opposing reaction, they fight back n that is not terrorism its self defense, except for these two sects the rest so called muslims are weak n controlled by dollars. usa made a mind set n named it taliban used them against the soviets n after that called them terrorists n started eliminating them. the true terrorists are usa n isreal !!!

    • “iran attacked our holy city of Makkah so that the pilgrims would go to karbala instead of Makkah,”
      When Iran attacked Makkah? There were some anti-US Iranian demonstrations in Mecca. But they were unarmed trying to make demonstration. The Saudi police fired at them and killed hundreds of them. All you can say that holding dems. there was wrong.
      Your Karala accusation is just non-sense and needs no reply.

      • brother/sister i dont remember the exact year but in early times not so early like 20 to 30 years back people used to carry their dead ones n perform their last rituals in Makkah, from iran came almost 10 to 20 dead bodies beds with shias n in those beds were no bodies but arms, they laid seige to Holy Kaaba, the saudis were very confused could not attack coz in return Holy Kaaba could be damaged. then the area was flooded with water by pakistani army n current was passed through it n thts how the dogs were killed. u cant change history or u cant hide it !!!

  13. Sarah khan , very sadly you article is based on half knowledge, my concern is not Saudi Arabia my concern is only deoband Muslims, I give you challenge I want to correct your knowledge, also I want to teach you the meaning of terrorist, It seems you are modern type of half knowledge Muslim. I hope you will try to go to right path and let me correct you.

    thank you

    • “I give you challenge I want to correct your knowledge, also I want to teach you the meaning of terrorist,”

      Great teacher!!!
      What is the challenge? What is the knowledge?. That is you who is making “half knowledge” statements. Try to say something, not anything. Reading comments of folks like you, I understand you are obliged to make a comment as a ‘religious duty’. Takfiri Whabi-Salafi-Deobandi terrorism is now a big problem for the civilized world. The World has no problems with non-Takfiri Deobandis. Deobandi movement started as a reform anti-imperialist movement but got corrupted, in recent decades, by Saudi and Gulf Wahabis who are using immense petro-dollar wealth to forward their agenda. I urge you to begin looking around with a critical mind. Honestly try to understand who is doing what. Thank you.

  14. Choun Kufr az Ka’abah barkhaizad, Kujaa maanad Musalmaani?

    Translation: If Kufr sprouts from ka’abah again, where will be islam? There will be no trace of Islam!

    I intend to send detailed comments, Insha Allah.

  15. Are all non-believers kaafir? No. kaafir is only the one whom the message of Islam has been given peacefully, gently, comfortably and he does not accept and rather starts on a path of enmity to Islam. Please keep in mind Abujehl when looking for any kafir. If a person is peaceful, he/she may be of any faith, any sect, he/she is not kaafir. That is a clear teaching of Islam as per Quran.

    “Are all non-believers (in Muhammad) kaafir?”
    They are not kaafir if they are peaceful, doing good deeds. They have nothing to fear.

    “What is the true concept of Jihaad?”
    Jihaad is a struggle within one’s self to get rid of bad habits and to shun all evil and to turn truly to Allah. Once that is accomplished, the person should go out in way of Allah to preach Islam peacefully. That is real, superior Jihaad. The other form of Jihaad is conditional, i.e. a struggle to defend Islam in the case of any war being imposed on Islam (not war on so-called Muslims). That is a conditional Jihaad and the conditions for that are too many and they are not fulfilled in present times. There is no one single leader (Imam) of the Muslim masses to guide them and control them,,, and so on….No Unity at all.

    “What is the status of Christians and the Jews and Hindus and Budhists in Islam?”
    If they believe in God and last day and are peaceful, doing good deeds, they have nothing to fear nor will they grieve ( as per verse of the Quran). Muslims should never disturb them and should not force them to believe in the prophet Muhammad. By being honest and peaceful towards Islam, they will, Insha Allah, eventually reach the real truth i.e. Islam.

    “Do the non-Muslims deserve anything good in Islam?” Yes, they deserve everything good from Islam. And true peaceful Muslims should provide all love and help to the non-Muslims to be comfortable and happy.
    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has a great responsibility to understand and present the right face of Islam to the world. Otherwise, they will suffer badly.

    Sitting at the two holy places, the King should order for conference of all believing Muslims of the world (without takfeer) to get together and to chalk out the right teachings of Islam at the earliest. The oil money will not save the kingdom but returning to Allah will save them. They should try to recite the last sermon of the prophet Muhammad s.a.w.s. in which he said “A white man has no superiority over a black man and an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab……(vice versa)” The king should issue a proclamation to all Muslims to shun violence (i.e. to halt all killing) immediately. He should order his Mullas (Mutawwas) to help him in that direction.
    (Let us see who obeys him. Then he will know his real worth. We should wish that he keeps on ruling peacefully for very long time. May Allah guide him to the truth and be his helper. Ameen.)

    Hazar aye cheerah dasto, sakht hain fitrat ki ta’azeerain.
    Trans: beware O cruel people, the punishments of nature are very severe.

  16. Twenty or 30 years ago, Iran fired 10 or 15 torpedoes from a submarine sleeping in Atlantic ocean to destroy Kaaba. Special torpedoes, capable to fly in air and swim in water, were built with the help of Vina Malik and IBLEES. But a special force of Pakistani Deobandis deployed by Pak Army to protect House of God foiled the attempt — they catched all torpedoes, removed the NAJAS part from them, washed them with ZAZAM and placed them inside the Kaaba. Pious Dung Beetles can see them with microscope now. SubhanAllah! Shia Nishan-e-Ibrat Hai. I think so.

  17. Very interesting fight between ‘antidote’ and a DB. ‘antidote’ chased the DB commenting on this page as ‘khan’ and ‘mamoon’ and flattened him. ‘Aflatoon’ appears to have made the highest score with his superb explanation. Well done, I invite to join Shoorai Zindiqa.
    I was right there in 1979, when a group of pervert-Wahabi from Najad led by Otaybi created a mess.
    Wiki says,”His grandfather had ridden with Ibn Saud in the early decades of the century.”[6] He was a preacher, a former corporal in the Saudi National Guard, and a former student of Sheikh Abdel Aziz al Baaz”.
    I was mere 7 years old then, praying there with my father at Fajar time. I remember hearing gunfire people started running away, there was chaos all over. The Saudi security forces were also running away, they were very scared, in fact more than me. They were yelling and shouting, hitting pilgrims with rifle butts.

    I am amazed by the ‘knowledge’ of the dung beetle who wanted us to believe, Najad is a province of KSA and Saudi Wahabis are Iranian Shias. Of such people Quran says: “SUMUN BUKMUN …..” What an exact description by Allah (SWT).

    Wama Alaina Illalal Blagh.
    Jay Zindiqa.

  18. Typo, please read
    “I am amazed by the ‘knowledge’ of the dung beetle who wanted us to believe, Najad is a province of KSA and Saudi Wahabis are”
    “I am amazed by the ‘knowledge’ of the dung beetle who wanted us to believe, Najad is a province of IRAN and Saudi Wahabis are”

  19. By the end, the violence of the salafist wahabi groups will not stay unpunished. Killing innocents has nothing to do with Islam. Excellent article. As long as I am alive, I will chase those terrorists and ensure that they get eradicated , no jobs, no visas and hopefully will be prosecuted. Their Bosses will also fail. God is with us. Thanks for the good article. Let’s also boycott Saudia, Dubai, Qatar and all the slavery countries.