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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 03:01
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Why do sufi allow building the structure over the graves?

As per this fatwah demolition of the upper structure of the graves is allowed:
islamqa.org/shafii/shafiifiqh/29993

I understand It'd be a disrespect when blowing up a grave the bones are shattered and body is displaced. But If these things didn't happen then there's nothing wrong in dismantling the tomb. 
The body is buried deep and the structure above it was blown up. I don't know if that actually caused any damage to what was buried deep under the soil. I am not praising their blowing up of the whole  thing but just saying levelling them should be allowed and even if they did it in a bad manner. Shouldn't it be?
Instead of blowing them up they could do it by other means but look their main objective was to level the graves and to remove kufr, bidah and shirk done in those places.
They blown the upper construction as it seems, not the underground grave. So it's possible they leveled it not lowered it.
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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 10:04
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Why do sufi allow building the structure over the graves?[/quote]
They use false evidence and proof from Surah Kahaf for its permisibility yet they forget the famous order of the Prophet (saw) to Hadhrat Ali رضي الله عنه to level the graves.

[quote]I am not praising their blowing up of the whole thing but just saying levelling them should be allowed and even if they did it in a bad manner. Shouldn't it be?
Demolition without explosives would be closer to the sunnah. I'm also not praising the act of bombing the graves, be it of Muslims or non Muslims.

The dead have a right too. We can not do to the dead what we would NOT do to someone alive.
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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 12:07
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The militants, believed to belong to Isis are also reported to have attacked churches in Mosul.


No Christian places of worship were destroyed.  It's a propaganda.
Link about the Church burning hoax:
americanmilitarynews.com/2014/07/1800-year-old-church-in-...

Plus IS was very clear in the declaration to christian that church wont be destroyed. Read below:

"Their lives, their property, places of worship and their descendants throughout the region Raqqah will be safe, they church will not be destroyed, their property will not be diminish , they will not be required to hate their trust (i.e convert into Islam), and no one of them will be harmed. For it all, with conditions/terms:"
(declaration of raqqa)
www.memri.org/report/en/print7859.htm
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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 13:24
salaam

mostly the criticisms against isis is not about what they do, but how they do it. this was similar to the criticisms against taliban. the taliban response was to ask the ulama and general muslims to join them and help them do things the right way. isis has done the same. now if they allow other ulama and general muslims to join them and allow them to have a say in the system that they are running then the problem will be solved. if they are full of hot air and do not live up to their word then they will expose themselves. as it stands, they are the only ones who have declared the khilafah (whether by hook or by crook), established the shariah where there was once oppression, returning the land back under the laws of allah and calling on the muslims to unite as one ummah once again. all those who criticise them and their methods had the same opportunity to establish the khilafah and reinstate the shariah, but for whatever reason failed to do so. now that there is an opportunity to reunite the ummah, i think we should seriously consider it. any differences we have can be ironed out later or can be tolerated. the opportunity to reunite the ummah is greater than whatever differences we may have. may allah guide me and guide us all to the good, and give us clear vision and understanding. ameen.
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#35 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 16:16
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 16:20
Please only post relevant issues to the current topic, otherwise please start a new topic. Jazakumullah
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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 31st July 2014 20:14

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salaam

you should tell us. you are the one who posted the link.

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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 1st August 2014 05:21
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These kinds of silly accusations are just making ISIS supporters stronger in their support for this suspicious group. It's just like condemning Zakir Naik for he wears suit and tie!
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