Wahhabi Khawarij bulldozing the historic house of Prophet Ibrahim عليه السلام in Syria

Since the Wahhabi pests infiltrated Syria to hijack the rebellion, they have been systematically destroying every historical monument, relics and the Islamic civilization of Syria.  One of the main threats are to the city of Ar-Raqqa where the Khawarij have managed to maintain their dictatorship. Ar-Raqqa is a historical Sunni city up till today from the times of the Abbasids, and was home to many of the companions of the Prophet  صلى الله عليه وسلم , the Salaf, great scholars of Sunni Islam,  Saints, as well other pious ancestors. The whole city is under threat of a complete historical, cultural and Islamic civilizational genocide by the Wahhabis.

May Allah hasten the war against the Kharijites and free ar-Raqqa from the tyrany of the Khawarij. Amin.

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  1. Imam Al-Qurtubi Al-Maliki on Plastering Graves, Constructing Over Them and Making Them Places of Worship
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    Imaam Malik (And the Malikis) on Plastering Graves, Building Over Them and Placing Stones on Them
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    1. Firstly here these savages destroyed the house in which Prophet Ibrahim (alahy salam)stayed. Not graves.

      Secondly, the people of the region there are not maliki in madhab.

      And thridly, with regards to graves, and what these savages pick and choose and falsely attribute to the maliki madhab, then here is fatwa of maliki scholars of UAE explains the position of the madhab: http://www.awqaf.ae/Fatwa.aspx?SectionID=9&RefID=3363

      You can also read other past written articles on this by going through the contents section.

      And just to add, Imam al-Qurtubi also does not support the claims of Wahhabis. He interpreted the hadith rightly that the prohibition for taking graves as mosques and the curse upon Jews and Christians in this matter, is referring to the prohibition of taking the graves as qibla and praying towards it: أي لا تتخذوها قبلة فتصلّوا عليها أو إليها

      And later, Imam Qurtubi gets into the various fiqh details, one of it on how the grave should be shaped i.e, like a mound or with a flat top, which is differed among scholars, and quoted by Abu Iyad in that link as though it proves anything. Then the Imam said “As for heightening the construction/building a lot in the manner of the jahilliyaa…”, and it is to this in specific he says it is haram. It is not a blanket opposition to all construction. The building over the grave of our Prophet peace be upon him, is not some jahiliiya structure or resembles jahiliyya. The Muslims adopt their model from the grave of the Prophet peace be upon him, that was existent from the time of the sahabah.

      As for what is quoted in al-Mudawannah from Imam Malik, then look closely, Imam Malik is saying that its Qaraha, not haram (let alone shirk). And if one looks to the totality of the issue from all the scholars of the maliki madhab, as well as other madhabs, then you will see that scholars made a distinction between the graves that are in public graveyards to which these hadiths of dislikeness applies, and the graves in private property which is not shared. Similarity the scholars made a distinction between the graves of Prophet, scholars and awliya who graves are recommended for visitation and barakah, from the graves of common layman. It is when you see the issue as a whole you will understand the position of scholars on this issue.

      1. Of course. But the grave of the prophet (saws) was a special case. Because the prophet said: Make my grave where i dye. And he died in his house.

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