Wahhabism

‘Fake News’ Regarding Antiquities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by Luciana Zana Trëndafilazezë and Stephen Sylejman Schwartz

CIP October 24, 2017 Since our establishment following the atrocities of 11 September 2001 the Center for Islamic Pluralism (CIP) has stood for religious pluralism, social justice, and public transparency in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). CIP builds on…
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Now it’s undeniable: Deobandi mosques radicalise Britain’s Muslims by Irfan Al-Alawi

Lapido Media [London]  April 6, 2016 At the end of March, UK media revealed that the Islamic Tarbiyah Academy, a private school in the Yorkshire city of Dewsbury, was under investigation by the Department for Education for radical teachings. The…
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Wahhabi Terrorism or the Sufi Saints’ Peace Path by Shaykh Dr. H. Noor Ahmed Shah Dr. Shah Noor Baba Astana (Samsthan), 2 vols., 1080 pp., USD37.50 hardbound Reviewed by Stephen Suleyman Schwartz

CIP March 17, 2016 [Note: This text appears as a Foreword to the noted book.] Bismillah ir-rahman ir-rahim. This exhaustive, two-volume study of the confrontation between Wahhabi radicalism and spiritual Sufism in Islam was created by an Indian civil servant…
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Regulation of UK madrassas is acceptable to spiritual and traditional Muslims by Irfan Al-Alawi

Lapido Media January 21, 2016 Some UK mosques have struck out against proposals by Government for regulation of Islamic madrassas, or religious supplementary schools attended by children after their regular instruction. The British Government publicised its madrassa concept late last…
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Indian Sufis Versus Wahhabi Infiltrators by Syed Babar Ashraf

Sufi Voice of India [SUVOI] June 13, 2015 Press Release and Summary of Memorandum New Delhi, 13 June 2015 [Addressed to the President and Prime Ministers of India, with 12 other high officials of Government] The Jantar-Mantar Peace Protest The…
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