Sunday, March 13, 2016

White & Black Deoband-ism caught in its own trap

Further consider this, Husaein Ahmad Saahib Madni President of Darul uloom Deoband says, "Gentlemen, Muhammad Ibne Abdul Wahaab Najdi appeared from Najd in Arab in the early 13th century.
As he harbored evil thoughts and held wrong belief therefore, he waged war against the Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamaa’at and forced his evil thoughts on them. He considered it lawful seizing their properties as the spoils of war and killing them and also considered all these acts to bring blessings and earning rewards.  He gave severe pains particularly to the people of Haramain (Makkah and Madinah) and to the people of Hijaaz in general.

  He used most foul language against the grandeur of the respected pious people and the earlier generations.  Many people because of his severe violence had to flee the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah. Thousands of people were martyred in his hands and the hands of his troops. In short, he was a tyrant, rebel, blood thirsty and an evil person." (Ash-Shahaubus Saaqib, Pg 42)

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