By: Maulana Muhammad A. K. Azad [ Abu Arif Al Alawi ]
The Imam of the Wahabbis in India ( so called ahlul hadith) , Siddiq Hasan Khan Bhopali-al Qinnawji is buried in this solid grave.
[Ref : wn.com/Dr_Zakir_Naik_talks_about_Salafi%60s_AHL-E-HADITH .Dr Zakir Naik Talks About Salafi`s Ahl-e-hadith. By Milkshaykh 01. SAHADAH PROJECT]
Hate-Monger Salafi terrorists' latest act in the direction of pushing Muslim Ummah towards civil war is their heinous attack on the blessed Sufi Shrines in Libya. They made a series of coordinated attacks against a number of Libyan sites that are part of its religious heritage including tombs of Muslim scholars and sages. Sheikh Musa Furber writes“The attacks were not limited to road construction equipment demolishing the structures built immediately around graves (as well as exhuming some of the bodies), but included burning books contained in the sites’ libraries – all of this under the Salafi banner of ‘removing sources of religious innovation”. Sheikh Musa Furber lambasts Kharizi Salafis saying : “If these buildings pose such a risk to the masses, why did the previous generations of Muslims allow these shrines to remain in Libya and elsewhere? The grave of the prophet Ismail is located within the Sacred Mosque in Mecca and the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina grew to envelop the grave of the Prophet Muhammad. Why is it that both of these graves and the mosques around them were left unmolested? The answer is simple: the sages, muftis, judges, and rulers of previous generations did not consider them as loci for heresy; they did not consider their forcible removal to be the proper legal response. In short, the earliest generations — the Salaf from which the contemporary Salafi derive their name — did not understand the Quran and Sunnah to require forcible exhuming the bodies of Muslims or destroying tombs and other structures built adjacent to their graves. Sheikh Musa Furber further writes : “ What is important here is that the religious and political authorities responsible for safeguarding religion and society were aware of the situation and left these sites alone. That is, until the 19th century when more militant forms of what became today’s Salafi movements began razing tombs in the Arabian Peninsula on the grounds that they lead to polytheism and declaring anyone in their vicinity a polytheist. Needless to say, the fatwa that were propagated to defend such destruction, as well as those that provide ‘legitimacy’ behind such crimes in today’s Libya, are spurious--- - [Al Araby News reports Thu Aug 30, 2012 http://english.alarabiya.net/views/2012/08/30/235061.html]
Fatwa of The League of Libyan Ulema, a group of more than 200 Muslim scholars On Salafi Terrorists : “The League of Libyan Ulema, a group of more than 200 Muslim scholars, on Tuesday evening blamed the attacks on a son of the late dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Saadi, and his Libyan Salafi allies it said were inspired by radical preachers.“This group has repeatedly attempted to undermine the stability of our country,” it said. Niger, where Saadi Gaddafi took refuge after his father was overthrown, has refused to extradite him despite requests from Tripoli.Sufi theologian Aref Ali Nayed said Libya had not seen such attacks for centuries. “Even Mussolini’s fascists did not treat our spiritual heritage with such contempt,” he said, referring to Italy’s occupation of Libya from 1911 until World War Two.” [The Express Tribune http://tribune.com.pk/story/428052/unesco-urges-end-to-attacks-on-libyan-sufi-mosques-graves/