deobandi extremism?

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  1. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

  2. Ibn Ajibah

    Ibn Ajibah New Member

    I was eaten the day that the white bull was eaten:


    There once lived three bulls, a white bull, a black bull, and a red bull. Looking for food, a lion watched them graze together and realized he could not contend with all three. So he went to the black and red bull and made a deal with them. He told them that he was very ferocious and powerful and that if they let him eat the white bull, he would leave them in peace. The black and red bull agreed, and the lion murdered and then ate the white bull.

    Time passed and the lion became hungry again. He went to the red bull and argued that he was ferocious and powerful and that if he let him eat the black bull he would leave him in peace. The red bull agreed and the lion murdered and then ate the black bull.

    As time passed and the lion became hungry, he visited the red bull again. As the red bull saw death in the lions eye, as the teeth dug deep into it's neck, it shouted, "Verily I was eaten the day the white bull was eaten!"
  3. Yaseen

    Yaseen Active Member

    I have to agree with Brother Abu Nibras-this is nothing more than a stunt to increase isalmophobia. Soon we'll have to remove our 'imamah and beards to prove our moderation.
  4. faqir

    faqir Veteran


    Never will the Jews nor the Christians be pleased with you till you follow their religion.
  5. Munir

    Munir New Member

    I agree with Chisti, there is no such thing as a moderate Deobandi. The Times would, i believe, label Sunnis of being 'extreme'. As everyone is aware music, playing chess and inter mixing are all Haram. The Hijab is Fardh.
  6. we always try to tell people that the extremists in the subcontinent are the ideological brothers of the deobandis. they are just as sidi chishti said they are. munaafiqs. one face for the outside world, another amongst themselves.
  7. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    another one

    with due respect to our differences with them , this article on a cursory read seems to largely misquote and make the usueal wrong inferences of the west, from what he has said, it is more of an islamophobic article than one about deobandi extremism. there are certainly some cases where Riyadh ul Haq might have gotten carried away... which is not very uncommon for deobandis with the talibanish fringe.

    Last edited: Sep 7, 2007

    CHISHTI Well-Known Member

    Brother i don't believe there is such a thing as a moderate deobandi - they're only moderate when applying for a grant from the government or when they're meeting with arab Shayookh and hey presto - suddenly they're moderate. They don't want to show their true face to the govt. just incase that means they lose out on their grant and they conceal their wahhabism from arab shayookh to solicit there support and maintain the belief that they're Sunni. The salafis have deviated in everyway more than the deobandi's but i detest the deobandi's more - a salafi will stick his chest out and say he's a salafi and that a,b,c is shirk bidat kufr wheresas a deobandi will say he's a Hanafi, Naqshbandi, Maturidi to arab shayookh but will reveal his true wahhabi najdi face when back at home. They're so hypocritical.
  9. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

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