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Sufis are enemies of the Wahhabis

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Submitted by Nasrullah Abdulaziz (United States), Nov 5, 2014 at 01:52

If a Sufi order aligns itself with a Wahhabi organization such as ISIS, then they cease to be Sufis. Wahhabis base beliefs are vehemently opposed to Sufis. ISIS has been blowing up the graves of both the companions of the Prophet of Islam and Sufi saints. To a Sufi, that is intolerable and unforgivable.

Regards,

A Sufi

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