A Muslim’s guidance is The Quran and ways of Mohammad

A Muslim's guidance is The Quran and ways of Mohammad

A Muslim’s guidance is The Quran and ways of Mohammad


The truth always causes division among those who resent hearing it! A mistake made by a scholar, the argument of a hypocrite in writing and the perpetuation of the mistake to gamble with people’s mind created sedition among Muslims and the Zionists took full advantage!

Two Wahabi political regimes of the region, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, have been playing a major role in all of the theaters of conflict as soft powers with enormously deep pockets. Curiously enough, these two major Wahabi states are the staunchest enemies of democracy and individual liberties, yet they seem to be pressuring Syria to “democratize”.

Up until this time Arab nationalism was “essentially secular and had succeeded in reconciling Islam and nationalism “where during the 1960s and 1970s the Saudis used their money to transform the very character of Islam by financing Wahabi Islam around the world.

This political “Islam”, call for social and economic change, but it has as real purpose the radicalization of Muslim faith and wants to throw civilization back in the Middle Ages. It reached its peak in Afghanistan in December 1978 marking the “launching of an ‘international jihad’ through Pakistan.” The Iranian revolution further threatened the Wahabi Islam promoted by the Saudi government and led to the current power struggle between the Saudi funded and Western backed movements and the moderate Muslims for influence in the Islamic world because a real Islamic identity is consistent with secularism as understood in Western liberal democracies” and that the problem is one of “recent making” resulting from the “infection” of Islam by Wahabism.

The Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) said:

“From his progeny (descendants) will rise a Group who will recite the Holy Quran but it will not go below their throats. They will leave the Deen (Islam) just as an arrow leaves the bowstring. They will kill Muslims but spare the idolaters. If I ever confronted these people I would slaughter them just as the people of Aad had been destroyed’. (Mishkat, pp – 535). Imam Bukhari has quoted this Hadith from Abdullah Ibn Umar (رضئ اللہ تعالی عنہ) that Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) once prayed for Syria and Yemen. It is narrated that there were some people of Najd also present in the gathering and they requested the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) to make supplication (du’a) for Najd also. Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) continued saying: ‘O! Allah, Shower Blessings on Syria and Yemen’. The people of Najd again requested the Prophet (pbuh)to offer prayers for Najd. The Prophet (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) said: ‘It is a place of tremor and mischief (Fitna) and the Horn of Shaitaan will rise from there.” (Bukhari, Vol – ii, P – 1050).
The incompatibility of Islam with secular, liberal, democratic forms of government, is a result of Wahabi/Salafi ideas of Islam propagated by the Saudi government and arising from U.S. opposition to and fear of Arab nationalism. By 1957 the United States perceived Arab nationalism as the greatest threat to its interest in the region, rather than communism, and that “radical Islam was to be the antidote to Arab nationalism”.

Also the British used Wahhabis/Salafis to make an Arab revolt against Ottoman Khilafa but the Arab nationalism and secularism is what really brought down the Ottomans but the wahabis took advantage of this to seize power. After that Khilaf was destroyed and left big wounds and pains all over Muslim lands caused by the sectarian seeds, till this day, there are countless attempts in which the Turkish rulers are being used against Arabs exploiting their desire to revive the Ottomans.

The Ottomans, rulers of Arabia at that time were set out to completely smash the locally called Wahabis. Ottomans did not succeed very well; hence Wahabi’s influence remained to control the Muslim holy sites and Mosques in and around Arabia. Wahabis have spent last 300 years waiting for an opportune time to gain political influence and as we witness these days, the Ottomans and Salafi leaders join their power in common targets under the Imperialist directions but stab each other when it comes about the personal interest.

Saudi Arabia

The Saudi regime has a policy of preservation of a Saudi Nationalist Identity And Culture. This protects the monarchy and its corrupt control of Arabia’s resources. In order to preserve it, it adopts policies of elitism, segregation, discrimination. That includes denying citizenship and equal status to non Saudi Muslims who have resided there for generations. (In fact, the Saudi adoption of Saudi nationality and nationalism is born of the Judeo Christian biblical conceptualization of national identity which serves to justify Zionism- they are of the same origin).

The King consolidated his authority ruthlessly, killing every Muslim who did not convert to Salafism and destroying the entire Islamic heritage kept intact for 1300 years by successive Muslim governments.

It is reported that, during the last expansion of Prophet’s ( صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) mosque in late 1980s, Saudis have structurally partitioned the Green Dome from the rest of the Mosque in preparation for razing it into rubble by a powerful dynamite.

Saudi Government claims their country is free from slavery but are hesitant to allow international scrutiny of their claim. They continue to refuse to sign United Nations treaties on slavery and human rights abuses, probably because they do not want to be covred under these obligations. They have not signed any extradition treaty even with Unted States to protect members of Royal family being extradited out of Saudi Arabia for their alleged crimes but, still.

Mutawwas (Saudi Religious Police) are nothing but Government paid informers, well connected with General Intelligence Directorate (Saudi Secret Service), assigned to keep an eye on individual members of public and help Saudi Royals to remain in power. They are trained to keep an eagle’s eye on public activities and close their eyes completely from the members of Royal family. Mutawwas work under the network of Government run Salafi Dawa Centers whose responsibility is to baptize people into Salafism, a political doctrine imposed on people in the name of Islam.

The Western powers sustain and protect the Saudi monarchy from various threats while working to replace it with their own idea: Free officers movement (FOM) in Egypt was the start of this.

All Saudi princes including the king Fahad are Wahabis. They grew up in schools and education system run by Wahabis. Western education to some of them has not changed their outlook. Saudi King(s) have created a special government department which looks after all the religious affairs including Hajj pilgrimage, opening madarssa – the key to galvanizing Muslims in their home countries. With cash at their disposal the local Mullahs are free to help terrorists find shelter, food money and training. Madarssa curriculum is based on Wahabi teachings.

From 1973 – 2001, the price of oil scaled new height; hence more money became available to be distributed through out the Muslim world. All teachers of the Madarassas, Mullahs of the Mosques under pretext of Hajj pilgrimage underwent Wahabi training in religious schools in Saudi Arabia. Care was taken not to indulge in political propaganda to alarm the home country government. The latter was left for the mullah’s and teacher to undertake after their return.

In Afghanistan, the Saudis involved themselves in a first war of the twentieth century against the “infidel”. To this, they were encouraged by the USA and Saudi’s paid for their religious indoctrination and recruitment thru the Mosques and Madarssas built by them all over the world.

During the Crimean War in the mid 19th century the British supported the Ottoman Turks against the Russian threat. At the same time, the Ottomans were looking to closer relations with European powers.

The British stirred the Arabs against the Turks and now they stir the new Ottomans against the Arabs.

In the 18th century, however, a reactionary reform movement – later called Wahabism – had begun among the Arabs. The Wahabis, and the British, supported the warlord chieftain Ibn Saud and legitimized the Saudi dynasty and its struggle against the Ottomans. In the periods when Wahabis took control of the Holy Places in Arabia from the Turks (with British support) they proceeded to destroy 1500 years of Muslim heritage, including the desecration of the tombs of the wives and companions of the Holy Prophet. And since the Ottomans had control of the Caliphate – the symbolic leadership of all Muslims – it seemed that Islam would be dealt a telling blow. There were some Europeans in this period who confidently predicted the demise of the Islamic faith-so they decided to create a second entity called Israel. This was arguably essential for the survival of Wahabism itself and, at the same time it was a blow for the moderate schools preacing the real Islam – it empowered the “fundamentalists”.

This deceptive interpretation of history is derived from Abdul Wahhab, who appeared in the mid-18th century. According to his memoirs, a British spy by the name of Hempher, was assigned to the Middle East in order to discover ways to undermine Islam, with the aim of advancing British control over the region. His mission eventually focussed on the support of Wahhab, and backing him through the Saudi family, through whom he preached the British’s destructive message of Islam.

Essentially, Wahhab’s innovations made it legal for his followers to fight other Muslims, by pronouncing them “unbelievers”, under the pretense of “purifying” Islam, but in reality serving British strategy against the great Ottoman Empire. Wahhab did so by claiming that all of Islamic history, except for the generations of the Salaf, that is, from the time of the Math’habs onward, had fallen out of Islam.

Once adherence of the Muslims had been unbound from their traditional legal schools, it was possible for the British and their agents to come in with their own. And this is the purpose of the Salafi movement.

While the Saudis have been under agreement with the CIA to finance many of its covert activities, including the funding of the Mujahideen in Afghanistan, and the support of Islamic terrorists worldwide, many of the Saudi scholars as well as the government are putting on a public face of rejecting terrorism and bin Laden. They claim that terrorism and anti-government activities are contrary to the true tenets of Salafism.

This is not true. At times the purpose of Salafism is to inculcate terrorism, but in general, the purpose of Salafism is to provide a new Math’hab, to estrange the world’s Muslim population from traditional Islam, and thereby lead them wherever Western interests deem fit.

The Wahabi-backed House of Saud took full control of the Hijaz, Mecca and Medina, in 1924 and established the modern state of Saudi Arabia, with Wahabism (or Salafism) as its official religion. Thereafter, until the present day, the Saudi regime has promoted Wahabism (Arab purism) – an 18th C. Hanbalite heresy – as normative Islam throughout the Muslim world. The Saudi regime was consolidated on massive oil wealth. From the 1930s until the present day the Saudis have spent vast sums of money building Wahabi mosques, printing Wahabi literature and funding Wahabi institutions world-wide. By the end of the 20th century, with Wahabi control of the Holy Places intact, virtually every aspect and corner of modern Islam has been penetrated by Wahabi influence through the agency of the Saudi regime.

Wahabi Islam is a fossilized superstition that replaces the spirit of a living religious tradition with the dead hand of literalism motivated, at core, by Arab chauvanism, the deep belief that only Arabs are “true” Muslims and that only Arabs can dictate the norms of religion to the Muslim world. Other related forms of fundamentalism such as that inspired by the Egyptian Sayyid Qutb are extensions of the same ideology. It was none other than the Saudis and their Masonic origins, who have betrayed the Muslim and the Arab world. The pain that is today experienced in Iraq and Palestine and Syria is a result from this betrayal. The Saudis and their Islam has been formed by the British in order to undermine the true Islam and also destroy the Ottoman Caliphate.

The radical faction of Islam, known as the Salafi, are a movement created through British intrigue and coordination with occult secret societies, toward fomenting a “Clash of Civilizations”. “According to CIA agent Miles Copeland, the Americans began looking for a Muslim Billy Graham around 1955… When finding or creating a Muslim Billy Graham proved elusive, the CIA began to cooperate with the Muslim Brotherhood, the Muslim mass organization founded in Egypt but with followers throughout the Arab Middle East… This signaled the beginning of an alliance between the traditional regimes and mass Islamic movements against Nasser and other secular forces”

The British, supported the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine after World War 2. Reminescent of the strategic role played by the Crusader states in the Middle Ages, this venture restored the opportunities of enmity for the British to exploit. Having removed the Ottomans from the equation the British needed leverage against the newly Arab puppets called al Saud. It is entirely true to form that the British continue to support both the Israelis and the Saudis and to juggle their interests between them. British petroleum interests have a huge stake in the Middle East. The CIA was following the example of British Intelligence and sought to use Islam to further its goals. They wanted to find a charismatic religious leader that they could promote and control and they began to cooperate with groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Brotherhood became an even more important asset after Nasser announced the Egyptian takeover of the Suez. Author Stephen Dorril documents how this move was viewed from Britain,

“On 26 July in Alexandria, in a calm speech, but one that was described by London as hysterical, Nasser made his nationalisation announcement, which from a strictly legal point of view was no more ‘than a decision to buy out the shareholders.’ That night in Downing Street, [British Prime Minister] Eden’s bitterness at the decision was not concealed from his guests… Eden summoned a council of war, which continued until 4 a.m. An emotional Prime Minister told his colleagues that Nasser could not be allowed, in Eden’s phrase, ‘to have his hand on our windpipe.’ The ‘muslim Mussolini’ must be ‘destroyed.’ Eden added: ‘I want him removed and I don’t give a damn if there’s anarchy and chaos in Egypt.'”

To prepare the way for the desired coup the British Information Research Department (IRD) was called into action. They ratcheted up their efforts to control radio broadcasts into Egypt and they planted false stories in the BBC, the London Press Service and the Arab News Agency. Forged documents were created that suggested that Nasser was planning to take over the entire Middle East oil trade, and a bogus report was disseminated that alleged that Egyptian dissidents were being sent to a concentration camp manned by ex-Nazis.

The British had a problem though in deciding who would take over Egypt after Nasser’s removal. MI-6 held meetings with members of the old Wafd party and allies of former premier Nahas Pasha. The original Free Officer’s leader General Neguib, who had been removed and placed under house arrest by Nasser, was viewed as a possible president, and some British circles even advocated that Prince Abdul Monheim, the most ‘presentable’ Egyptian royal, be made king.

According to Dorril, the most important recruit to the British plot to topple Nasser was an Egyptian Intelligence officer Isameddine Mahmoud Khalil, who was maintained as a contact by supplying him with intelligence about Egypt’s most pressing enemy: Israel. Dorril offers a Mossad chief’s remarks about this situation who said, “Harming Israel’s security by handing over secret information about her did not apparently trouble the conscience of the British.” This was a very complicated time for the British, because they were presently working with Israel to coordinate a military attack on Egypt which eventually took place in October.

In the end all of this British subversion and agitation failed, even after they decided upon the direct military confrontation that was played out in the Suez War of October 1956. Popular Egyptian support for Nasser was just too much, and the international community sided with Nasser against the British as well, forcing the Suez Canal to be returned to Egypt. Nasser emerged leading an Egypt finally free from British control. The secular Egyptian government has traditionally been one of the toughest enemies of Islamic terrorism, whereas the single most important backer of Egyptian terror groups has been Britain.

The Gladstonian policy of divide-and-exploit prevails in British policy to this day. In the post-WW2 environment, with the decline of the British Empire and the rise of American global dominance, the Americans have adopted and continued the same policy. It is no accident that the Israeli and Saudi lobbies – are the largest and most influential lobby groups in Washington as it protects its own creation while Turkish rulers were integrated in the picture as executors of the creations’ desire.

The West recklessly ignored some rulers’ wish to revive the Ottoman Empire but they thought to use it at some point against Arab nationalism: exploiting the historical background , which ensured the Zionists that a big powerful enemy could not arise in the Middle East, and with the help of the puritanist Islam, founded the military brand of Salafi called Al Qaeda and the political wing called Muslim Brotherhood, a situation that remains to this day. Today an Anglo-American alliance – along with Zionism – and guided by British and oil interests, continues the long British tradition of exploitative interference in and manipulation of the politics of the Middle East, that has stimulated, spread and consolidated fundamentalist Islam at the expense of other expressions of Islamic religion. Support for the oil-rich Saudis has also facilitated the continued infiltration of Wahabi doctrine into the new Western Muslim communities. Islam in the West has been characterized by prolonged “turf wars” to see who controls and speaks for the Western Muslim communities. In most cases, Muslims in the West have been dislocated from the traditional madhabs and have little or no clerical supervision in their new homes. In these circumstances, Salafism – aided by Saudi money – finds fertile soil.

Saudi Arabia and Qatar

These neighboring petro-monarchies have sought to influence political transformations in the Levant and North Africa on their own respective terms, both to advance geopolitical interests and to ensure that their own populations do not initiate popular uprisings.

Although neither country is a bastion of democracy at home, Qatar has proven much more amenable than Saudi Arabia to bolstering” USA-democratic” Islamist movements abroad. The resulting Saudi-Qatari rivalry undermines Saudi Arabia’s historic role as the “self-proclaimed bulwark of Islamic conservatism” in the Middle East and the powerhouse of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

A few days ago, a coalition of 14 groups of Al Qaeda terrorists among others gather and issue a statement vowing to establish an Islamist state and denounce the ‘lecherous US way of life it’s trying to impose on them’ through the new coalition of opposition figures in exile it created in Qatar,


Prior to Qatar’s indepedence in 1971, the Saudi royal family’s connections with Qatari businessmen, members of Qatar’s ruling family, and Qatari Bedouin tribes facilitated strong Saudi influence in the affairs of its tiny Gulf neighbor.

In 1992, two Qatari guards were killed in a clash along the Saudi-Qatari border, precipitating a decade of poor relations until September 2007, when Qatar’s head of state paid a visit to the Saudi royal family in Riyadh, followed by a visit of Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz to Doha in December. .

The Arab Awakening has reignited tensions. Saudi Arabia – frequently labeled the “counter-revolutionary state” for its role in suppressing democratic movements throughout the region – fears the wave of popular uprisings while Qatar has sided with revolutionary forces.

The influence exercised over Muslim Brotherhood have become a source of particular tension as in Qatar’s relation with Turkey too,where Qatar has fostered an alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood.

Indications of Qatar’s influence continued to surface through Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a Qatari national of Egyptian origin – member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Expected that the con­fronta­tions among the youth of the rev­o­lu­tion in Tahrir Square pro­test­ers, the sup­port­ers of the junta and sup­port­ers of Salafi/Muslim Broth­er­hood to worsen. It is most likely that the hid­den hands will try to esca­late the con­fronta­tions, giv­ing jus­ti­fi­ca­tion for a pos­si­ble mil­i­tary coup, which will enter Egypt in a new July Revolution.

In Tunisia it was attributed the Islamist Ennahda party’s success to an infusion of Qatari petro-dollars. The fact that Prime Minister Rashid al-Ghannouchi’s first post-election international visit was to Qatar – and that his son-in-law, formerly a researcher for Al Jazeera in Doha, became his Foreign Minister – has further stoked suspicions about ties between the Gulf emirate and the Ennahda party.

The speculation has even led to protests in Tunisia against Qatari interference in Tunisia’s affairs.

Freedom and Justice Party with 24.3 percent of the vote in Egypt – received a “steady stream of funding, much of it originating in the Gulf States, which gave Salafi candidates a significant financial edge over their rivals.”

Revkin adds that Saudi support for Egyptian Salafis is “spiritual as well as material.” A Salafi cleric from Saudi Arabia, Adnan Alkhtiry, visited Egypt shortly before the parliamentary elections and delivered a sermon encouraging Egypt’s conservative Muslims to take advantage of “a great opportunity” to “establish an Islamic state” Riyadh’s support for Salafi factions in countries undergoing political openings is the latest attempt to counter the rise of regional movements that conflict with the kingdom’s interests. Qatar’s influence could be crowded out and Doha may need to reign in its international ambitions and address its democratic deficit at home.

Indeed, when it comes to democracy in the Gulf, the two kingdoms are rivals no more and use many clerics with radical views who are flocking to social media ,with an ever-growing numbers of followers who largely refrain from wading into politics, and occasionally issue fatawa solely to remind citizens of their obligatory submission to Saudi political will and its hegemony in other countries using the Ikhwan from the tribal confederations of Arabia who converted to Wahhabism, and serve as a military force of Saud,destroying towns and ruthlessly killing the inhabitants including women and children.

Its such a pity that Muslims deviate form the main path of peace and believing in One God and let themselves influenced by the Zionist demons! Real Muslims believe in modesty, Wahhabi believe in extremism! Real Muslims believe that killing people just because they don’t believe in real Islam is a sin, as long as they do not harm your land and people, Wahhabi believe that it is an obligation for killing those who do not believe in their idea of Islam as one of the most fundamentals of Islam known as Jihad, and Allah will reward those killings.

Wahhabi believe that human being should strive for 72 virgins they can get in heaven, they believe that the more jihad you do the more virgins you will get in heaven. Real Muslims believe that we should follow Allah because of the Love for Allah and not for having sex with 72 virgins.

Wahhabi believe that women should not take education other than reading Quran and Hadith. All moderate Muslims believe that for all human being education is a must.

Wahabi women are not allowed to drive a car, while in other Muslim countries, the women are pilots!


Ahadith (sing. hadith): sayings of the Prophet Muhammad(pbuh)

da’wa: Islamic call/outreach

Deen: religion

Fatwa (pl. fatawa) religious opinion

Fiqh: Islamic jurisprudence

Fitna: discord

Haram: forbidden

Ifta: issuing a fatwa or fatawa

Ikhwan brothers; refers to the Arabian nomads converted into a religiously zealous fighting force by Wahhabi leaders during the early 20th century. Also a term used to described the Muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun)

Imam: prayer leader; leader of Muslim community

Jahiliya: age of religious ignorance; commonly used to refer to the Arabs’ religious ignorance in pre-Islamic Arabia

Jihad: struggle; fighting in the name of God

Jizyah: tax historically levied against non-Muslims in Muslim nations

khaleefa (also, khalifa) caliph; leader of the unified Muslim community (ummah), which is governed by the Islamic legal code (Shari’ah)

kuffar (sing. kafir) infidels; those who are blasphemous

madrasa (pl. madaaris) school; often used to refer to schools of Islamic education

Maktab al-Khidamat Services Office; founded in Peshawar, Pakistan by Osama bin Laden in 1984 to recruit and train fighters opposed to the Soviet presence in Afghanistan; precursor to the al-Qaeda network. Also known as MAK mujahideen Islamic fighters (sing. mujahid)

Niqab: full body veil

Quran: Islam’s central holy text, the word of God

Sahwa: awakening

Al-Salaf al-Salih righteous ancestors; refers to the first three Muslim generations as embodied by: the Prophet Muhammad(pbuh)’s Companions (sahaba); the Companions’ followers (tabi’in); and the followers’ followers (tabi’i al-tabi’in)

Salafi those who follow the religious example of al-salaf alsalih, Islam’s righteous ancestors

Shari’ah Islamic legal code

Sheikh religious scholar; tribal leader

Shirk polytheism

Sunnah traditional social and legal customs of Prophet

Muhammad(pbuh), as preserved in eyewitness accounts from his disciples of his words, actions and approbations

Tafseer (also, tafsir) Quranic commentary by religious scholars

Takfeer (also, takfir) labeling other Muslims as unbelievers, thereby excommunicating them from Islam

Tawheed (also, tawhid) doctrine of the oneness of God; monotheism; unification

ulema (sing. alim) religious scholars

Ummah: worldwide Muslim community

A collection of terrorists from all Al Qaeda brigades & battalions in Aleppo & its countryside under the umbrella of the FSA, Free Syrian Army reject to accept the coalition created by the US in Qatar the west is trying to impose on them and vows to establish an Islamist state, Taliban style

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