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Discussion in 'Links' started by Wadood, Feb 16, 2016.
Apologies for the nature of the question:
Is Omar Suleiman reliable? Sunni or pseudo-Sunni?
Tahir Anwar, is a graduate of deobandi dar ul uloom Bury, England
Jangda is a graduate of Jamia Binnoria, the top deobandi seminary of Pakistan
Husein Kamani, an american, a graduate of deobandi Dar ul uloom Bury, England
The Imam Ghazali Institute, which is United States based, published a recent picture, that does not make any new sense to me but points to what i already know of Hamza Yusuf's and Zaid Shakir's policies. They did it in the past with Suhaib Webb, and then with another american, yale graduate, yasir qadhi, and they succeeded in infiltrating the salafi al maghrib forums, which have always gravitated towards modernism / ikhwanism in covert support of terrorists like salafi leaders who are ideological heads of salafi jihadism
Now Zaid Shakir is after the other salafi modernists and jihadis, but some madkhalis. It is surprising how relatively quickly, some salafi leaders/speakers in North America, tend to change their stances with apologies. For example, if you take a look at the picture below published by Imam Ghazali Institute
Walid Basyouni - an ikhwani of the jihadi type, one of the heads of "Muslim" Brotherhood
Nouman ali khan - a staunch salafi
Abdul Nasir Jangda - a staunch deobandi [ partner of nouman ali khan ] in texas
Hussein Kamani - a deobandi
Zaid Shakir and Abdullah bin Hamid Ali - both on zaytuna team that promotes The Study Quran
Omar Suleiman - Al maghrib forum wahabi teacher
Yasir Qadhi - former Salafi, now a modernist
Tahir Anwar - hidden deobandi, old friend of Hamza Yusuf
Abd al Kareem Yahya - Tarim Habaib follower, and khateeb at Zaid Shakir mosque
Altaf Hussein - ISNA vice president [ indian Jamat e Islami / Nadwi wahabi ]