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  1. What is Difference b/w Sunni and Wahabi ? Wahab are those who were invented by English (British) with the help of Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Najdi who belongs to an area of Najd (now which is part of Riadh, capital of Saudi Arabia). Mission was to destroy Ottoman Empire which was a pure Sunni and to destroy Islam too. They collect people who were against Sunni Govt and were greedy and rascal. Those people were from Khawarij.When English starts to attack on Ottoman Empire, these people starts slaughtering those who were Sunni, and they call those innocent as "Mushrik" (Mushrik are those who worshops gods of Stones).Sunni had lot of Shrines of Sahaba (companion of Mohammed) and Ahle Bayt.Wahabis started to destroy the Shrines of Sahaba and Sufi (Auliyah). They call those are infidel, who go to Shrines and asks them for help.However It is the belief of the Ahl-as-Sunnah that it is permissible to supplicate to Allah with the Tawasul of good deeds. It is permitted to supplicate with the Tawasul of a living pious person and it is also permitted to supplicate with the Tawasul of the deceased pious person. Sunni were those who send "Lanah" on Yazid, they respect Ameer Muawiya but hate Yazid.But Wahabi were those who defend Yazid. Sunni were those who believe that it is impermissible to say Ya Muhammad! or Ya Rasoolullah [May Allah bless him and grant him peace], but Wahabi said that “Ya Rasul Allah is 'shirk' and it is Wajib to kill Sunni people, and it is is wajib to loot their Sisters, Daughters, Wives and Mothers and it is Wajib to loot their Money. So, Sunni gives them a name of Wahabis, because they were follower of Mohammed bin Abdul Wahab Najdi, but not Mohammed. After a period of time they were suceeded to snatch Hijaz (old name of Saudi Arabia), and after the period of Saud, they renamed the Hijaz to Saudi Arabia.
  2. (bismillah) (salam) The founder of the Hanafi Barevli movement, Ahmad Raza Khan Barelvi declares not only Sunni Deobandi Hanafis as apostates and infidels but also anyone else who doubts their apostasy. Here is a statement of the fatwa from deoband.org. Although it has been a long time since this fatwa was issued, I still think it's worth to share it here. http://www.deoband.org/2010/07/aqida/deviant-beliefs/a-query-regarding-the-barelwis/ (wasalam)
  3. A'thu billahi al samee' al 'aleem min alsha :shaytan: ytan ala'een al rajeem , bismillah al rahman araheem Salam alykom brothers and sisters. Please take the time to read my post and give me your thoughts on what I will say on this thread. Lately I have discovered online while browsing through multiple Sunni forums and websites that some of their members label them selves with names such as as Barelvi, deobandi, Ashari , mutazali , salafi and some others I can't remember. Some even reject these labels and name themselves to be as "Ahlul al sunnah wal jama'a". Where do all these names come from and how are they different from their four schools of fiqh ; eg: Hanafi, maliki , shafii, hanbali? Are they different schools of aqeedah which cannot be compared to their 4 schools of fiqh? For example, can a sunni be a barelvi and a hanafi at the same time while another sunni be a deobandi and hanafi at the same time as well? This is all confusing :S fi aman illah
  4. Salamon Alaykum ! Peace be upon you all I met some memebrs here who hold beliefs that I thought are mentioned in Shia books but the way they understand these beliefs was diffrent than my way particularly memebers from south Asia One of the latest encounters is the nour/bashar (light/flesh) nature of our prophet and all the infallables which upon it they based their other belief that prophet had no shadow These beliefs are held by the Barelvis as well, so I am not sure which was the root of this belief for some of the shia bretherns here There were some topics about Barelvis discussing them in general, i find some of the posts there to be helpful but i am interested more about this specific belief of the nature of the prophet and its origin According to wiki , the vast majority of muslims in India and Pakistan adhere to Barelvis along with about 35 % of mosques in UK. Thats some huge number of Muslims that believe in things that shia believe in but in diffirent way . Where did it all start? Is there some ancient agreement between scholars of muslims back in time about the nour belief? is it in Sunni books? is it in Sufi teachings ?Is it solid Shia beleif? Which of these schools influenced the others ?
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