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بسم الله والحمد لله وصلى الله على سيدنا محمد رسول الله وعلى ءاله وصحبه وسلم

ISIS are wahhabis. Who are the Wahhabis?

Wahhabis are a sect that emerged 250 years ago that follows a deviant man who emerged from a place called Najd, the place where the Prophet said "the tribulations and sedition will occur from there". They oppose the majority of Muslims and declare whomever opposes them as blasphemers and thus promote chaos and killing amongst the nations.

Bismillah, praise be to Allah the of creator everything, the one who has no beginning or ending, and Whom does not resemble his creations and does not need any of his creations, we ask Allah to raise the rank of Prophet Muhammad more and to honor him and his Al and companions. And to unite our ummah ameen.

 

The mufti of Makkah Ahmad bin Zaini dahlan already authored a book called "The Fitnah of Wahhabis" and he exposed some of what he saw and wittnessed from the wahhabi extreme and terrorist acts and crimes besides their radical beliefs and misguidance in aqeedah.

مفتي الشافعية في مكة الشيخ أحمد بن زيني دحلان، كشف في كتابه "فتنة الوهابية" عن بعض ارهاب وتطرف الوهابية المجسمة واستحلال دماء المسلمين وقتلهم وسرقهم ونهبهم باسم الدين بعد ذكر بعض عقائدهم الفاسدة التكفيرية المنحرفة عن الكتاب والسنة والسلف الصالح.  اقرأ كتاب: فتنة الوهابية


Islam is a moderate faith that all Prophets followed. Many people throughout the eras try to pervert the religion. Unfortunately, even in Islam we have extremists who distort the real meaning of Islam, among those are the Wahhabis. Wahhabis (falsely Salafis) are a small misguided radical sect that opposes the Muslim majority. They deem Muslims who oppose them as blasphemers and permit bombing, terrorizing and killing them by the name of Islam. We are obligated to warn people from their evil misguidance. Islam is against radical ideologies and disowns extremist groups (like Wahhabis, Hizb al-ikhwan and hizb at-Tahrir extremists) that misuse the name of Islam for misleading purposes and hidden agendas. And for that the schools of these cults ended up producing uncontrolled extremists like "Bin Laden", "Zarqawi" and "Zawahiri" whom are the reason behind all the terrorist attacks in countries like Algeria, Morrocco, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon. And that's the outcome of following the ideologies of Ibn Taymiah, Ibn Abdul-Wahhab and Sayid Qutub that were misguided opinionated extremists opposing Islam.

As part of our Islamic obligation in warning from the evil, we intend in this research to expose some of the deviated teachings of these people with full references to stand as a warning to everyone, especially the Muslim communities and families so that they too warn their children from indulging with such extremist groups as the Wahhabis. In Qur'an Allah said in Surat Al ^Imran, Ayah 11 which means: [You are the best of the nations that were brought to the people commanding the lawful and forbidding the unlawful.] And Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam said what means: "If you see my nation fearful of telling he who is unjust, 'You are unjust'--then know the support of Allah is withdrawn from them."

We will post their claims in English and put the reference of their books in Arabic so it’s easier to find.

 


We ask Allah to guide us to what is acceptable, enable us to be always steadfast on the path of the Prophet, and to be always protectors and defenders of the creed of Ahlus-Sunnah that the Prophet brought to the people. And Allah knows best.

 

For full references with quotations to the deviant sayings of the Wahhabis see:

http://alsunna.org/The-Radical-ideas-of-Wahhabis-towards-Muslims.html

http://alsunna.org/Quoting-blasphemous-beliefs-of-Wahhabis-about-Allah-God.html
http://alsunna.org/Quoting-The-Misguidance-of-Wahhabis-in-Beliefs-Aqeedah.html
http://www.alsunna.org/forum/index.php?topic=987.0
http://alsunna.org/Proofs-that-Wahhabis-oppose-the-way-of-True-Salaf.html

Warning from Nasir Deen al-Albani:
http://alsunna.org/Al-Alban-s-Deviations.html

 

من هم الوهابية؟

من أقوال الوهابية الخطيرة

www.alsunna.org/aqwal.htm