“Wahhabism” is a threat to all humanity

This is an article about a danger that is a threat not only to Muslims but also to all humanity, and it is called “Wahhabism”. Wahhabis call themselves Muslims, but they go against the Koran, their crimes have long cast a shadow over the security of the whole world. True, it can be said that the common struggle against this trend is being waged by reasonable Muslims themselves. Being at the outpost of this struggle, true Muslims are making every effort to save humanity from this menace. Of course, this struggle may not be enough, however, it is so: otherwise the ideological borders of this trouble would not have been so expanded throughout the world. In fact, the situation is very serious, even so much so that if the third world war starts today, and the Wahhabi terrorists become the party that started this war, there will be nothing to be surprised about …

Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab

It will be quite natural to start a conversation on this topic with Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab (1703-1792), who was born in the Nejd region of the Arabian Peninsula in the family of a theologian of the Hanbali school and became famous for his crazy religious views, which sowed the seeds of discord among Muslims. Already at a young age, this man spoke against orthodox Muslim beliefs, calling Muslims polytheists. For some time he hid his views, but then he declared them openly, and after leaving Nejd, he later lived in Syria, Iraq and Iran. It was during those years that he met an English spy, whose name is listed in the books as “Mr. Hempher”. Since then, helping each other, they began to create a false creed and madhab of crazy actions called “Wahhabism”. His father and brother spoke out against his lewd thoughts, and the elder brother Sheikh Sulayman ibn Abdul-Wahhab even wrote a book “As-Sawaigh al-Ilyahiyya fir-Raddi allal-Wahhabiyya” exposing the views of Muhammad Abdul-Wahhab. However, people identical to Muhammad supported him with a bad sense and, despite the protests, created this madhhab, which will later become a stain on the Islamic religion, and a danger to Muslims and humanity.

A heavy blow to the Ottomans

It should be noted that the emergence and spread of Wahhabism occurred during the period of involvement of the Ottoman Empire in internal and external strife. The once powerful empire, which after the reign of Sultan Suleiman ganun under subsequent sultans saw stagnation and a slow gradual weakening, during the lifetime of Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab could not control the territory of the Arabian Peninsula as before. Despite the fact that in the early days, Wahhabism had very few supporters among the Arab tribes, it became the most effective mechanism directed against the Ottoman Empire, which was ruled by non-Arab caliphs. Over the years, this movement began to spread among the Arab tribes. The Arabs saw in Wahhabism freedom from non-Arab rulers. Thus, by supporting the emergence of this madhhab, the British managed to weaken the Ottoman Empire, which was hostile to them, and formed a movement directed against all Muslims. The emergence of Wahhabism, along with the split of the Ottomans from within, served the long-standing goal of the British – to sow enmity between Muslims.

A good opportunity for dirty goals

The untamed and anti-Islamic thoughts of Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab were presented as Islamic values. The dirty deeds of the followers of this idea, who cover themselves with Islam, but who were actually far from this religion, led to hatred of Muslims in many nations. And this was the secret desire of the enemies of Islam, both past and present. Thus, the haters of Muslims could not miss the opportunity to achieve great goals by creating just one Madhhab. For the Arabs, this process was very profitable, because it marked the beginning of a movement against non-Arab rulers. They have long dreamed of such a movement, which would save them from an empire ruled by non-Arabs. For Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab, the emergence of this madhhab was a chance to implement the ideas that he considered to be true in view of his ignorance and weak faith. All this became the reason for the emergence of this anti-Islamic madhhab.

A religious belief or a political tool?!

As noted, during the period of intensification of the struggle against the Caliphate ruled by non-Arabs, some Arab tribal leaders, taking advantage of the weakening of the Ottomans, turned their views to Wahhabism in order to strengthen their positions. We will not be mistaken if we say that the foundation of Wahhabism was laid as a result of the joint activity of a spy sent by England to the countries of the East with the aim of destroying the Ottoman Empire from the inside, and Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab. In other words, as a result of the illegal coexistence of England’s policy to destroy the Ottoman Empire from the inside, to destroy the unity of Muslims on the one hand, with the crazy religious views of Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab on the other, a child called “Wahhabism” was born. Of course, internal forces also played a big role in the formation of this sect. Among those who supported Abdul-Wahhab from the inside, there were also influential people. Thus, the spread and strengthening of this teaching was facilitated by the ancestors of the current rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi

Saudi dynasty of Arabia, Muhammad ibn Saud, his son Abdul-Aziz ibn Muhammad, grandson Said ibn Abdul-Aziz and their descendants. The tribe of Ali Saud has special merits in the formation, strengthening and spread of Wahhabism. Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab had close ties with the influential people of the city of ad-Daria, including the ruler of the city, the leader of the Ali Saud tribe, Muhammad ibn Saud. He, in order to expand his power, entered into an alliance with Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab, adopted Wahhabism and provided him with weapons and ammunition. Starting from 1723, Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab began to actively spread his teachings. Since then, Wahhabism has branded itself a terrorist movement, followers of this sect claim that other Muslims renounced Islam and monotheism and became mushriks.

History is a witness of massacre

Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab attributed verses of the Koran, which talk about polytheists, to Muslims, based on his personal opinion, misinterpreted divine revelations, considered all Muslims, except the Wahhabis, to be infidels, polytheists and bad. Wahhabism, which had already formed as a political-ideological-military structure, announced jihad to other Muslims. They organized raids on Mecca, Medina, Najaf, Karbala and Taif. The blood of innocent Muslims – the inhabitants of these cities – was spilled, no one was spared. The Wahhabis tried to strengthen their position on the ground and expel the Ottoman forces from Arabia. They managed to establish their political power in a certain part of the Arabian Peninsula. After 30 years of rule in Nejd, in 1765, the leader of the Ali-Saud tribe and the emir of the territories controlled by the Wahhabis, Muhammad ibn Saud, died. The throne went to his son Abdul-Aziz, but after some time he was killed by Muslims fighting against the Wahhabis. His son Saud ibn Abdul-Aziz came to power after him. He is known in history as one of the most famous Wahhabi rulers. He even studied with Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab for a while and completely absorbed his views. His son Abdullah ibn Saud became the next ruler, and in 1801, under his leadership, the Wahhabis invaded Iraq. They repeated the crime committed by Yazid ibn Mu’awiyah. This time the target was not Imam Hussain (a) and his companions, but the holy tomb of His Eminence (a) and his followers. Having surrounded Karbala, the Wahhabis broke into the city. They massacred the local residents, killed hundreds of innocent people, destroyed the mausoleum of the grandson of the Prophet – Imam Hussein (a), looted valuables and treated Muslims as polytheists. Looking back on history, one can understand the loyal attitude of the Wahhabis to Yazid and Muawiyah. Because the crimes committed by Yazid, Muawiya and other heretics who pretended to be Muslims were repeated throughout human history only by the Wahhabis.

In 1807, the Wahhabis surrounded Mecca and Medina, as a result of which no one could perform the Hajj for three years. Three years later, the Wahhabis raided Syria. They killed men and children, took women captive. However, according to Islamic law, it is forbidden to address even the infidels and polytheists in this way. History remembers many more crimes committed by Wahhabis, we have reminded only some of them.

In 1924, the Wahhabis, led by Abdulaziz ibn Saud, the father of King Fahd, occupied Mecca. Then Medina was captured. The graves of the family members of the Prophet (pbuh), his grandchildren and companions, located in the Baga cemetery, were destroyed. Those who spread Islam, which they themselves seem to follow, in a form unacceptable to this religion, consider their views to be the truth without any basis and do not recognize anyone as a Muslim except themselves. All of the above are proven milestones in history, and this information can be obtained even by superficial research.

Accustomed to terror

The given facts and their actions indicate that this is a terrorist group. To this day, they use the same methods, and “Taliban”, “Al-Qaeda”, “ISIL”, “Boko-Haram”, “Al-Nusra”, the members of which are Wahhabis, that is an indisputable proof. It should also be noted that the Wahhabis are divided into radicals and liberals. At least, they claim it themselves. But this is nothing more than an attempt by Druze to justify the Wahhabis, to hide their crimes. It contradicts how liberal today can turn into the most cruel and hardened terrorist as soon as the opportunity arises. And turning a blind eye to the reality of terrorist attacks these days is a clear denial of reality.

The ideological foundations of Wahhabism are insignificant

The ideological basis of the Wahhabi worldview became the works of Ahmed ibn Abdul-Halim ibn Abdus-Salam ibn Teimiyya Harani, better known as Ibn Teimiyya, who lived 7 centuries ago. Therefore, the blasphemous ideas of Ibn Taymiyi played a significant role in the emergence of Wahhabism. Following his beliefs, Wahhabis believe that Allah has two hands, fingers, feet, eyes, ears, face and other body parts, and that Allah as a whole is corporeal. He even claims that Allah sits on his throne and descends from there