Saudi Infested Wahabi terrorist Destroying Holy Sufi Shrines in Tunisia


Damage is seen at the burnt out Saida Manoubia shrine in the governorate of Manouba, west of the capital, in Tunis JNN 7 Feb 2013 Tunis : The Saudi Infested Wahabi set a holy site in Tunisia on fire on Friday, tunivisions website reported. 

The Sufi site, which has been registered on the World Heritage List, is located in the city of Foussana.

Following the victory of Tunisia’s revolution and the fall of the dictatorial regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, extremist Wahabi groups emerged in the country with the support from Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

They have shown their anti-Islamic nature by attacking holy sites and Shia processions.

In their latest anti-Islamic move, they attacked the Sayyid Bu Ghanim mausoleum in Foussana, setting books, including copies of the Holy Quran, on fire.

With the Friday attack, the number of the holy sites destroyed by radical groups in Tunisia reached 51.

Tunisia’s Awqaf and Religious Affairs Ministry has condemned the arson attack, calling on the country’s security officials to immediately identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice.

He also urged the authorities to take steps to prevent further attacks and desecrations of holy sites.

Destroying holy sites is a Bida’a (heresy)and is a trend that began with Al e Saud destroying the Jannat ul Baqi’i cemetery in the holy city of Medina, which comprise the graves of our 4 Imams and other Ahlul Bait .

Tunisia’s highest religious figure, the state- appointed Mufti Othman Batikh, underscored the role of religious Shia and Sunni scholars in increasing rapprochement among Muslims and refraining Muslims from the sedition of dispersion among Islamic denominations. 

Tunisia’s highest religious figure, the state- appointed Mufti Othman Batikh, underscored the role of religious Shia and Sunni scholars in increasing rapprochement among Muslims and refraining Muslims from the sedition of dispersion among Islamic denominations.

He pointed to the present standing conflicts among Muslims from different denominations and said “the 26th International Muslim Unity Conference held in its best time that was the unity week, for solving those problems.”

The state- appointed Mufti Othman Batikh paid tribute to the Islamic Republic of Iran for inviting him to take part in the International unity conference and underscored that the only way to reach dignity is unity and proximity among Muslim nations.

“Though such unity, we can observe a powerful Islamic Ummah in the future,” underlined the Tunisian religious scholar.

“It is the duty of Muslims to know and define the real principles of the divine religion of Islam and try to remove the standing misunderstandings among themselves,” he underscored.

Tunisia’s highest religious figure went on, “The enemies of Islam, thought exploiting the existing disputations among Muslims, try to project a faked image of Islam and through such way gain a pretext for attacking on Muslim nations.”

“Given that, it is incumbent upon Muslim nations to be aware and cognizant of the foresaid plot hatched by the enemies,” he underlined.

He pointed to the recent revolutions and movements in Muslim countries and said, “Tunisian revolution caused by the spread of Islamic Awakening in this country and also people’s high understanding.”

“The standing unity among Muslims and their resoluteness for taking their rights back were important factors in the victory of the recent revolution in Tunisia,” Tunisia’s highest religious figure accentuated.

The 26th International Muslim Unity Conference held in Tehran January 27-28. It is worth to noting that roughly 102 Shia and Sunni dignitaries from all across the world came together in Tehran to participant in the 26th International Muslim Unity Conference, studying the standing challenges Muslims face with.

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