Libyan Salafis Smash up Sufi shrines

  1. Shen
    September 1, 2012 at 04:40

    Shouldnt this be “libyan takfeeri jihadis smash shrine”?

    Anyway, no one has provided an answer for muhsin khan could not translate parts of saheeh al bukhari, funny how it was a narration relating to praying at a place where there was graves? – ive previously mentioned the referance along with aisha bewleys translation of same passage.

    C’mon bring a truthful answer and also bring an explanation of that narration from the salaf that fits your ideology.

  2. Shehad
    September 2, 2012 at 15:23

    In Sahih Muslim Volume 2 – Masajid & Places of Prayer – Chapter 3 The Prohibition of Building Masajid Over Graves and Placing Images Therein; and the Prohibition Of Taking Graves as Masajid. In this chapter you will find plenty of hadith prohibiting building masajids over graves or taking graves as places of worship.

    An Allah knows best.

  3. Shen
    September 4, 2012 at 00:43

    Can you answer the question relating why the saudi funded translator couldnt translate a hadeeth which someone else could. The hadeeth related to praying where there were graves.

  4. Shen
    October 15, 2012 at 09:22

    2 or 3 graves at the mosque. Yet the salaf prayed there. Were they “quboorees”

    Some historians have said there are graves of prophets ismail and others peace be upon them in the area near the ka’ba. and the head of Prophet yahya remained in a masjid.

    And in Madina the Prophets (saw) mosque, two of the most major companions Abu Bakr (RA) and Umar (RA) Were buried “next to the mosque” in the House of A’isha (RA). If smashing up grave and removing graves from next to masjids is so important – why don’t you salafis “develop some manhood” and discuss the places which are most important in Islam rather than places like Libya.

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