tahirul qadri to issue terrorism fatwa

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  1. hayaa

    hayaa Guest

    I'm glad this took place. The media coverage has helped because even non-Muslim who is a bit racist type changed her attitude after reading this. The extremists might also read it in the papers and might get doubt.

    Gaza is bad but only like a few ppl get killed every month. The Taliban kafirs are killing hundreds. They removed all Graves of Auliyas in NWFP which is why there is azaab of flood there now. How can anyone oppose this? On the Minhaj site, they also raised money and protested about Gaza.

    We have to ask Allah to forgive us because we couldn't stop the graves of His Auliyas from attack.
  2. ottomanhanafi

    ottomanhanafi Active Member

    why are sunni organisations always on the backfoot. I have never seen any sunni organisationin speak against the atrocities lead by the west in gaza etc. I think we have to achieve a balance between condemning the minority jihadi elements and the state sponsored terrorism that is taking place with muslims in the main the victims. Also this camp is not exactly going to change a lot as all the attendees are minhaji so unlikely to be particularly influenced by this event. I think the media frenzy is a bit of an exaggeration but credit to the PR people at minhaj for this.
  3. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.


  4. zhaiderlilla44

    zhaiderlilla44 New Member

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  5. Wadood

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  6. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran

    Akora Khattak is a town in Nowshehra district between Attock and Peshawar. This has the second biggest deobandi seminary (Haqqani madrasa) after the banori-karachi deobandi town seminary in Karachi under Mufti Taqi Usmani.

    Akora Khattak is the religious heartland of the deobandi in NWFP. It is a Khattak tribal area as you might have guessed from the name.

    NWFP in Pakistan is a majority deobandi area for the past 30 years. The Pashtuns are mostly deobandi.

    Manki Shareef is not that far from Akora Khattak though, and it is in a hilly region to the west.

    We can bring these areas back under Sunni control by active da'wa. They have blocked the da'wa by attacking maqams and killing Pashtun Sunni Sufis.

    I have heard the da'wate Islami has held ijtemas in Lakki Marwat and some other northern area. Slow and steady, we can win back the majority of the population that has been lost. It might take a decade or more, but requires work on our part.
  7. hayaa

    hayaa Guest

    A Deenport person said that it was sectarianism to blame Wahabis and Deobandis for the terrorism.

    Another person said there is no proof that a nonmuslim is safe from a Muslims hands and tongue and this Hadeeth is only for a Muslim. I thought Islam protected everyone Muslim or kafir. Does anyone have any proofs to reply to the Wahabi/Deobandi.
  8. hayaa

    hayaa Guest

    Thats so sad. What is akora khattak? What is the solution to bringing this place back to Sunnism?

    I read a lovely post about Peer of Manki Shareef on yanabi site and how he united NWFP with Pakistan. Its a beautiful story and their photos are also there.
  9. Wadood

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    mardaan was always a centre of deobandis because of akora khattak, and 25% years of TJ preaching. But, mardaan has large numbers of Sunnis.
  10. Wadood

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    Afghans in the south (kandahar, helmand, Sistan) are 90% Sunni, 5% deobandi/TJ, and 5% rawafiD

    The other thing is, most of the Afghans do not know about the two sided face of the deobandis, and treat them as the habaib do.
  11. hayaa

    hayaa Guest

    The aastaana of Hz Peer Abdul Haadi is Mardaan and Hz Abul Hasanaat went to the janaaza near the Afghan border.

    Are Afghans in the South Sunnis or Neo Salafis or Neo Deobandis. Are there even any Sunni ulemas there?
  12. hayaa

    hayaa Guest

    I didn't know there were Shiite and MQM terrorists. But I watched a video of Hz Peer Abdul Haadi of Mardaan and he said that there were zulm happening everywhere but partularly towards the Sunnis. He said there were no Mashaikhs left in any aastaana. He mentioned Hz Abul Hasanaat was a mujahid because he attended the janaaza of 4 ulemas who got shaheeded. Hz Abul Hasanaat is the son of great Wali Hz Zia Ul Ummat. Peer Abdul Haadis story nearly made me cry. That area is now Deobandi and nearly no Bareilvis left. I read this on youtube as well.

    I hope this fatwa and the Pak armys jihaad destroys them.
  13. Haroon

    Haroon Guest

    What about MQM? They dont fit much into either category of deobandi or wahhabi. There are also other secular groups using violence in pakistan and elsewhere.

    On another note, wat do u make of this?

  14. hayaa

    hayaa Guest

    Everytime I posted on deenport saying that all of the Wahabis and Deobandis are not terrorists but all of the present terrorists are Wahabi and Deobandi my post got deleted. Is what I said true or not? Are the Taliban Sunni or Wahabi and Deobandi.

    What about the ppl who done the bombs today. Who were they? What about the victims? Were they all Sunni once again?

    Have there ever been any bombs in wahabi or Deobandi mosques till today?

    Its so sad and maulanas don't seem to care. They just do duwa and no action.
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  17. Haroon

    Haroon Guest

    Salam alaikum,

    the problem with the tahir ul qadri fatwa is that its only for people who already believe suicide bombings \ terrorism is haram - he isnt about to convert anyone else on this, and definately more so if he is getting linked to the british govt and the idiot ed hussein.

    so, whats the point?

  18. Assalaamu 'Alaykum

    Brother 'Abd al-Waddod , what an eye-opener, seriously.. I knew that Rafidis were swine but now they are something dirtier than that ..!!

    May they Rot in Dozakh .. AAMEEN

  19. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    i agree with Wadood on this one. in these anti-terrorism talks, people (both the west including its media, and sunnis) forget the rawafid from time to time. in the recent past, i haven't seen much of a bashing by the media on the rafidi terrorist groups. they seem to be more worried about iran as a nation and its nuclear capabilities but are missing out on their supported terrorist groups. even pakistani news channels have been portraying shias as victims of kharji violence lately, when in reality it's mostly a case of tit for tat attacks

    there is NO lesser evil between the khawarij and rawafid. Allah knows what the world will look like when the western world's foreign policy turns neutral to the both of them or even biased to the rawafid in control of iran and iraq.

    as for daakter saab, to rephrase someone else's words, his 'somewhat exotic rawafid-ology' - is no secret.
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