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Tag Archives: Wahhabism

October, 2017

  • 9 October

    Book: Wahabism and Monotheism

    Had an educated Wahabist known that his supreme jurist-consult Abdul Azeez Bin Baz state that "Allah the Elevated is a material corporeality existing in a form of a human being in a certain place in this universe having a face hand leg limbs and organs and that His Throne is carried by...

September, 2017

August, 2017

  • 5 August

    The West and International Terrorism

    It is important to tell the truth. Terrorism in its various manifestations is generated and fomented by the aggressions of the West throughout the...

  • 2 August

    Saudi Arabia’s Shia Genocides Resumes under Media Blackout

    With most eyes set on what mainstream media has architected as “pressing issues”: Iraq’s alleged mistreatment of Daesh militants, Qatar-would-be declaration of war against the kingdom over the hajj management, or US President Donald Trump’s latest twitter rant, those news which reflect most the nature of...

July, 2017

  • 11 July

    Saudi Arabia is against World Religious Heritage

    From the moment Al-Saud was raised a giant onto the Hijaz at the turn of the 18th century, so that it could affirm itself holiest and most legitimate upon the teachings of two heretic scholars: Ibn Taymiyah and Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab, Islam has...

  • 5 July

    Why Are Muslims Silent!!?

    Why do Muslims protest when some stupid pastor in America wants to burn the Quran but when the site of the Prophet’s wife, Khadija, desecrated and the house of his companion Abu Bakr, is made into a hotel they remain silent and...

  • 4 July

    Muslims Commemorate Anniversary of Jannat al-Baqi Destruction

    Muslims have held an anti-Saudi protest rally in America and Pakistan to commemorate the 92th anniversary Riyadh’s demolition of the historically revered cemetery of Jannat al-Baqi (Garden of Paradise) in the holy city of...

  • 2 July

    History of the Cemetery Of Jannat Al-Baqi

    The Wahhabis believed that visiting the graves and the shrines of the Prophets, the Imams, or the saints was a form of idolatry and totally...

June, 2017

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