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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2014 17:44
Difference Between Ghair Muqalideen and Ulama e Haram,

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd March 2014 22:14
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 00:30
They have differences in fiqh but they are generally united in aqeedah. They are staunch followers of the aqeedah of Hafiz Ibn taymiyyah.
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 11:29
They are both almost identical. The original wahabis were staunch hanbalis however and this is true to some extent with the ulema of the harmain. The ghair muqalids have been increasing their foothold in the harmain as is shown by the likes of wasiullah abbas. This is why I find it very strange that our mashaikh try to align themselves with them or try to claim the Imams of the harmain sharif are one of them. Even in attire you get some deobandis and their alims dressing exactly like the salafis. Instead of wearing a whtite shawl which is closer to the sunnah many wear the reddish one which is once again an influence from the saudis.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 11:39
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Correction: The Red Saudi shawl is the dress which the British Army gave to Arab officers (to distinguish them from privates) this was investigated by National Geographic Special in 1984 and that episode remains Banned in Saudia.

Shemagh (colors have changed) still to this DAY remains a standard issue item of British Army for Desert warfare!



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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 12:59
Shemagh is the turban right?
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:00
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Don't insult the Turban :P The Bedouin non-sense wore by Bandits of Saudia is not Turban!
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:06
I checked out the images of shemagh, yea its the shawl with mosaic pattern on it.
So it wasn't a sunnah? I don't know much about the turban n stuff.

Did the Prophet (saw) ever wear a shawl like a hood?
Where did the arabs get this attire?
Any idea on this history?
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:09

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Take a good look at an average Saudi bandit:

  1. Goatie Beard
  2. Fat Belly
  3. Michelin Tyre on the head
  4. Checkered (Red) Scarf on the head

Which ones of these appearences remind you of Sunnah, exactly?

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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:12
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:16
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ROFL Michelin tyre on the head!

Good one Col!
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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:17
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Take a good look at an average Saudi bandit:

Goatie Beard
Fat Belly
Michelin Tyre on the head
Checkered (Red) Scarf on the head

Which ones of these appearences remind you of Sunnah, exactly?


Lol. I don't think the 1st 3 are from the sunnah.

I had a doubt if hood/scarf was a sunnah.
It seems dr76 confirms it.


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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd March 2014 13:23
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The Red checkered scarf wore on top of a Michelin tyre by the Bandits of Arabia is not Sunnah by any stretch of imagination but a British Army uniform accessory shoe-horned into Bedouin culture by the likes of Lawrence of Arabia.

Our Nabi (Sallalaho Alaihe Wassallam) wore a Red Yemeni Shawl (chaddar) OR a normal scarf.

The Bandit red checkered scarf of the Bandits is the Sunnah of the British Army when the predecessors of today's bandits where selling their souls and revolting against the Ottoman Empire. They like to keep the evidence of treachery on their heads and ignoramuses amongst us like to copy the Bandits




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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2014 21:35
It very displeasing that you guys belittle this Deobandi Alim and stick to your own stubbornness ..you should accept haq when you see it.

Molana Abdul Abid knows more about salafi's plus Ahli Hadith than all of us put together in this forum..see his debate "Teen Talaq debate-"whenThe ahli hadith's are defeated .

The salafi's might have been staunch Hanbali when they strayed from the Ahl as sunnah wal jamat but because of them it doesn't mean there are only 3 Madhabs now??.. not all haramain ulama are salafi..the are hundreds of Deobani Ulama residing in the haramain's some as teachers there ,others giving dars..why don't you clarify with ulama...the example is like the Brelwis who cant differentiate between Wahabi and Deobandi..It is better to wear a topi with a scarf on than praying bare headed.

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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2014 21:50
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The fact of the matter is that Saudi Ulamah are neither Ahle-Hadeeth (i.e. rejectors of Madhab) nor Deobandees (as in followers of Taqleed Shaksi).

Its upto believe whatever you want to believe.

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