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Qatar Becomes Wahabi!

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Any comments on this news anyone? a mosque named after Muhammad ibn Wahab

DOHA - Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani inaugurated on Friday the “Imam Imam Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab” Mosque in Doha.

During the opening, Sheikh Hamad reaffirmed his commitment to spare no efforts to carry the message and spread the teachings of Islam in the whole world, noting that the Muslim nation is now in need of renewal and inspiration of the experience of Wahhab’s da’wah (call) while keeping pace with the era and its developments.

The inauguration started with a recitation of verses from the Holy Qur’an followed by the screening of a documentary on the mosque.

Ibn Abdul Wahab (1703-1792) preached a return to "pure Islam" and called for purging Islam of what he considered "impurities and negative innovations."

In his teachings, he urged Muslims to uphold only "the original principles of Islam as typified by the Salaf" and to reject "corruptions introduced by bidah (negative innovations and heresy). The scholar emphasized that there could be no intercession between God and worshippers.

Located in the Jubailat district of Doha the newly-built State Mosque will be formally opened for prayers on Friday.

Situated on the northern side in the central part of Doha city, it overlooks the Qatar Sports Club.

The mosque covers a total area of 175,164 sq.m. As many as 11,000 men can offer prayers in the air-conditioned central hall of the mosque and the adjacent special enclosure is spacious enough for 1200 women.

Ideologically, in recent years Qatar, which like Saudi Arabia is Wahhabi, has assisted Islamic movements in the Arab world.

Islamists, of course, have proved to be major players so far, and with influential clerics such as Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi theologising for years on al-Jazeera's screens, Qatar has since long had a direct channel to most Islamist parties in the region.

Rather than imposing an Islamist agenda on the region, as some have accused it, Qatar is taking advantage of the clout it has built with them over the years to position itself as a leading interlocutor.

Equally at ease with Islamist and secular parties, with liberals and conservatives, Qatar is reaping what it sowed and patiently nurtured years ago, giving it enough political capital on top of its formidable wealth to influence the region.
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Actually Qatar to the world is seems like trying to be more wahabi than the Saudi, more zionist than Israel. In summary, they are being more extreme than the extremists.

If its Ibn Taimiyya i can understand but Ibn wahab is worse person to be used as a namesake just like how Yazid is a namesake of a madrasa. You can see the rapidly shifting position of the sunnis, they were once united against Yazid, then they gave in, they were once united against Ibn Taimiyya, now they dont & lastly they were united against ibn wahab, NOW they dont. What else can i expect?

this has increased the gulf between the sunnis and shias, so expect the worse..

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Bloody hell , why do our people fall so easily to the devil, we need unity among all our faiths until such time scums amongst us will rip our religions and our brotherhood to shreds .

Can we have a holy war against so called holy people we need to take it back where we started from ? Just throwing it out there .

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I thought Qatar was already wahabbi...

Did u know they have the highest rates of obesity in the world? :P even higher than America..

Bloody hell , why do our people fall so easily to the devil, we need unity among all our faiths until such time scums amongst us will rip our religions and our brotherhood to shreds .

Can we have a holy war against so called holy people we need to take it back where we started from ? Just throwing it out there .

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Mashallah man, I love you, why aren't more Christians like you??? Inshallah we'll both fight on the side of Isa (as) when he returns ^^

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I thought Qatar was already wahabbi...

Did u know they have the highest rates of obesity in the world? :P and even higher than America

(salam)

Yes sister, you're right! Qatar is one of the most self-sufficient nations out there at the moment and has already been indoctrinated by Wahabbi ideology- it would be fairer to say its becoming worse. Living in these countries as a Shia is becoming increasingly hard, especially during Muharram. The lengths people in these Arab, Wahabbi infested countries like Saudi, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait go to, to commemorate martyrdom, saddens me. They even go to majalis dressed in colourful clothes so they may pass it off as a party. May Allah s.w.t reward them for their efforts and punish the tyrants and oppressors. If you are lucky enough to have the freedom to mourn for the Ahlul bayt (a.s), please don't take it for granted because it is not guaranteed to us!

Wa Salam.

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My fear is literally the ever shifting position of the sunnis at large, the only thing they stick to is their apparent hatred for Shias everything else is negotiable that is why you get Qatar as the leading wahabite Arab country, with Al-Jazeera as an arm, wahabism will spread far and wide.

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