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Wahhabism and Islam

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in response to reader comment: Saudi money is remaking world Islam in its murderous Wahabi image

Submitted by Shahenshah Nawab (India), May 13, 2010 at 04:12

It is wrong to call Wahabi. as Muslim, they are Munafiq there are two main conditions to be a muslim, first There is no God except one God that is Allah second Mohammed is his prophet an messenger.About the prophet and messenger they have reservations and do not beleive like all other Muslims.moreover they are the follower of Yazed the arch enemy of the family of prophet and messenger and assasinted his grand son Imam Husain beside Saudi Arab Wahab ism have initialy spread to Pakistan during president Ziaulhaq a Wahabi with the force of saudi money and deceit because they use to call them as Sunny muslim.

Now every Sunny have come to know that they are not Muslim particularly in India where their mosque are seperated no any sunny will worship in Wahabi mosque no wahabi can enter a sunny mosque and sectarian riots are common. As far Shia muslim are concern who are second to Sunny majority all over world they are arch enemy of each other right from the start of Wahabism. I shall recommend to the readers of this comment to read the book titled ' Two Faces of Islam' written by a Jewish writer and available in USA .It is amost authentic and infrmative book about Wahabism


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