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Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi: anti-Shia fanatic who supports Jews, Christians and Shia to pay jizya

Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi: anti-Shia fanatic who supports Jews, Christians and Shia to pay jizya

Lee Jay Walker

Modern Tokyo Times

Sunni terrorists kill many Shia

 Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi has founded mosques in England, Spain and South Africa but clearly his hatred is clear for all to see.  Of course, he likes to use words like kafir but of course when he was born he was but a poor and lost kafir who then found Sunni versions of Islam along the Sufi path of hatred and he hates in abundance.

Indeed, it amazes me why many Muslim converts try to rise even higher up the hatred ladder but maybe it is because of the need to belong?  Sadly, it appears that age will not mellow Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi and instead he just espouses hatred and clearly much of this hatred is aimed at the Shia.

Not only this, it is clear that “his schizophrenia birth rite” means that he can’t help but to hate because he needs to spread hatred in order to obtain followers within the Sunni and Sufi world.

It is ironic because Sufi Islam is now under attack by radical Sunni Islamic forces in Somalia and Pakistan.  This includes blowing up Sufi shrines and destroying gravestones and so forth.

In an article published by Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi called Ayyuha l-Walad! Lesson Three – Syria, he can’t help but to espouse Sufi hatred towards the Shia and he clearly shows that he believes in dhimmitude for non-Muslims and Shia Muslims alike.

Indeed, given the fact that this bigot is behind mosques in England and Spain; then why is he allowed to spread this hatred because if he was a Christian leader then the police and the liberal brigade would be up in arms.

Of course, it does appear that despite using comments like “kafir” he is happy to reside in mainly non-Muslim nations. 

In the article I mention the Sufi leader of hatred can’t hide his loathing and somehow the person born Ian Dallas is now entering the Sunni-Shia sectarian world.  Of course, to this religious bigot called Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi, then he, like Osama bin Laden, deems the Shia to be un-Muslim.

Yes, Ian Dallas is clearly in the schizophrenia world of radical Sunni Islam where this non-Muslim convert to Islam is now telling people who are or who are not Muslim.  Despite this, his deluded followers will either turn a blind eye or if they have been brainwashed enough, then they will probably follow the same path of hatred.

He states the following:

 Lebanon has already demonstrated that a concordance between the two religions (Islam and Shi‘ism) cannot work. It is now under the control of the Shi‘a. From it, the Palestinian entity has been destroyed, split in two, one side mafia-based and the other openly converted to Shi‘ism.”

“Jordan, too is split. The mass are modernist but devoid of an ‘Aqida and a Fiqh, while the Rulership openly espouses one-worldist movements and has issued a Declaration accepting the Shi‘a as if it could subsist within Islam. Shi‘ism is not a cancer in the body of Islam, it was a wart which fell off, hence its name.” 
 
“Bahrain we have identified as an anomaly. Since the rulers are too weak, bearing as they do a calamitous history, they can only do one of two things, submit to the kafir capitalist doctrine of counting people as numbers and give the country over to the Shi‘a, or ask Arabia to annex the territory, thus rescuing the arithmetic. I do not, cannot propose the Maliki Islamic solution. Declare the State Islamic, thus preventing non-Muslims holding office and at the same time charge the Shi‘a Jizya assuring them protection alongside the jews and christians. Now there is tolerance at its limit! This would have to be preceded by introducing a collected Zakat.”

Therefore, it is clear that Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi supports the jizya system and of course if the dhimmis do not pay jizya; then we have to presume that he will support the theory of enslavement and punishment.  After all, if he believes in jizya which is vindicated by Islam then it follows that he deems non-Muslims and Shia Muslims to be unworthy of equality.

The man of hate who is spreading Islam in non-Muslim nations by Islamic dawah is now firmly entrenched within the Sunni bigot mindset.  Ian Dallas is supporting the concept of jizya and using terminologies like kafir. He knows full well that hundreds of thousands of Shia Muslims have been slaughtered in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and Yemen in recent times but he still wants to stir up more anti-Shia hatred.

This means that the schizophrenic mindset of Ian Dallas who became Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi isn’t only turning against his ancestors but he is sowing the seeds of sectarianism and hatred within Islam.  Given this, the ongoing persecution of the Shia in Bahrain and Yemen will probably make this Sufi Islamic zealot happy.

The non-Muslim who became a Sufi is now stating openly that Shia Muslims should pay jizya in Bahrain and this means that he supports the Shia being subdued alongside Christians.  Therefore, Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi is espousing dhimmitude and jizya and the consequences of non-Sunni’s not accepting this status means slavery and plunder according to orthodox Sunni Islamic teaching.

It amazes me how such a bigot and small minded individual could build up such a following and why nations like England, Spain and South Africa are allowing this hatred to go unchallenged.

Yet not only does he hate but somehow he is entering a world which does not belong to him and the schizophrenia mindset of individuals like Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi is clearly dangerous.  What did Shia Muslims do to him to justify his hatred?

He states that “The future of world Islam is dependent on the liberation of Kashmir, the liberation of the Uighurs, and the liberation of the great Muslim nation of Syria. As of today only King Muhammad VI of Morocco has had the courage to expel the Shi‘a – and now they are working hard to destroy him using the current doctrines of ‘democracy.’”

With this statement then even jizya and dhimmitude of the Shia is not good enough because now he is praising the fact that Morocco “has had the courage to expel the Shia.”

Also, note how he states the liberation of Kashmir and Syria.  If he knew about history then it was Islamic conquests which conquered and subdued the Hindus and other minorities of Kashmir.  Even in recent times hundreds of thousands of Hindus have fled Sunni Islamic bigotry in Kashmir.

Syria was also conquered by Islamic armies and this once mainly Christian region was subdued under the multiple forces of conquest, pogroms, dhimmitude, jizya, slavery, and Islamic Sharia law.

Therefore, Alawite Shia Muslims and Christians have good relations in Syria because both minorities fear systematic persecution by radical Sunni Islamic forces.  Given past history, it is clear that both communities are justified in fearing the worse. After all, in modern day Saudi Arabia not one Christian church is allowed and the Shia community is treated with scorn by the rulers of this nation.

The founder of the Granada Mosque in modern Spain is part of the real reality of what Sunni Islam was based on in past history.  It was based on hatred, dhimmitude and jizya and it is fitting that the modern day founder hates Shia Muslims and refers to non-Muslims being kafirs.

It is important that people like Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi are challenged because he is a thousand times more dangerous than Islamic terrorists. 

The real threat is stealth jihad and Islamic kitman and the hidden desires of people like Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi and others are the real threat because they are laying foundation stones for future dreams of conquest and sowing the seeds of anti-Shia bigotry. 

 

http://www.shaykhabdalqadir.com/content/articles/Art115_30032011.php  – The full text of what Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi stated.

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The persecution of the Shia in Yemen and the regional Sunni-Shia divide

The persecution of the Shia in Yemen and the regional Sunni-Shia divide 

Lee Jay Walker 

Modern Tokyo Times

Shia children killed in Yemen
Shia children killed in Yemen

Currently you have many political and religious convulsions throughout North Africa and the Middle East.  However, for the Shia of Yemen it is apparent that the nation state of Yemen is at odds with many Shia Muslims who suffer systematic persecution.

Saudi Arabia is worried about the power base change in Iraq because after the demise of Saddam Hussein the Arab Sunni stranglehold was broken and now the main power brokers are the Shia and Kurds in the north.  Therefore, recent political tensions in Bahrain and Yemen are causing alarm in Saudi Arabia because the leaders of this nation desire to preserve a dominant Sunni political power structure throughout the region.

If we focus on Afghanistan then the Sunni Islamic fanatics of the Taliban and Al Qaeda shared the same Sunni Islamic theme of power and control.  This policy of victimizing and persecuting the Shia was factual and you had many massacres of the Shia by the forces of the Taliban and Al Qaeda before the invasion of Afghanistan.

Sunni Islamic extremists deem the Shia to be heretics and non-Muslim and the same hatred towards the Shia can be found in Pakistan.  Even in so-called moderate Malaysia the government is anti-Shia. However, unlike the massacres of the Shia which have taken place in other nations it is state sanctioned discrimination in Malaysia which holds the Shia at bay and forbids their religious buildings.

The Sunni-Shia issue is very potent and the Shia are second class citizens in Saudi Arabia because they face centralized policies which discriminate against them.  Therefore, Saudi Arabia is meddling in many nations and the people who suffer from this policy are the Shia and in Yemen many massacres have taken place in the past but most of these went unreported.

Also, while truces have been agreed upon in Yemen these truces rarely last and often it appears that the centralized state is just making the most of the breathing space in order to unleash more violence against the Shia minority.

James Haider, Middle East correspondent for The Times (UK), stated on November 5, 2009, that the Shia “…accuse Saudi Arabia, a conservative Sunni Muslim country, of backing the Yemeni army, fearing the emergence of a strong Shia militia similar to Hezbollah in Lebanon.” 

“In turn, the Yemeni Government in Sanaa has accused Iran, a Shia theocracy, of supporting the Huthi rebels as part of a campaign to spread Tehran’s influence across the region. The Government said last week that Yemeni troops had seized five Iranians on a boat loaded with arms in the Red Sea”. 

James Haider also comments about the fleeing Shia during a major military assault in late 2009.  This military assault led to 150,000 Shia Muslims fleeing their homes in order to escape the military clampdown against their community.

The military bombardments led to the killing of many innocent Shia Muslims who were caught up in the fighting.  Therefore, many civilians were killed and the blood flowed.

If we concentrate on the bigger picture it would appear that Sunni Islamic elites do not desire to build bridges with the followers of the Shia faith.  Instead the Sunni Islamic elites desire either the status quo or to maintain power by further marginalizing the Shia throughout the region.

Rannie Amiri’s, whose article was published in the weekend edition of Counterpunch, (Feb 19-21, 2010) called The Shia Crescent Revisited, commented that “Should the Arab Shia be prohibited from freely airing their grievances and demanding accountability for past injustices? Stopped from speaking out against the crimes perpetrated against them under Saddam (in which many in the Arab world were complicit)? Prevented from attempting to lift the heavy hand of institutionalized discrimination levied against them in Saudi Arabia? Barred from seeking an end to their disenfranchisement in Bahrain – where they make up at least 70 percent of the population yet constitute no part of the government or security services? Forbidden from asking why the language of sectarianism was used to justify and amplify the carnage in north Yemen?” 

It is a fair question and despite the “Iranian card” which is being manipulated and used in Saudi Arabia it is apparent that the global jihadist network is based on the followers of radical Sunni Islam.  After all, the terrorist attacks behind September 11, Madrid, Kenya, Bali, Uganda, and other global jihadist attacks, were all done by Sunni Islamic extremists.

Despite the Mahdi Army under Muqtada al-Sadr who attacked American forces in Iraq; it is clear that the Shia in Afghanistan and Iraq have gained from outside military forces taking action against Sunni Islamic zealots in Afghanistan and against the regime of Saddam Hussein which also played the anti-Shia card. 

Therefore, will Yemen become the next brutal war which will drag in outside forces and lead to the growth of radical Sunni Islam?  After all, it is clear that the al-Shabaab in Somalia desire to turn Somalia into a fundamentalist nation and this extremist Sunni Islamic organization often beheads the followers of Christianity and women also face being stoned to death for adultery.

The Somalia syndrome may happen in Yemen because it is obvious that outside Sunni Islamists have used Somalia in order to spread their version of Islam.  However, for the Shia of Yemen then they may face a “dual policy” whereby Sunni Islamic fanatics are allowed to enter the fray from many nations but at the same time the centralized state in Saudi Arabia will boost the nation state of Yemen.

Sudarsan Raghavan, Washington Post, February 11, 2010, stated that “Even as it fights a U.S.-supported war against al-Qaeda militants here, the Yemeni government is engaging Islamist extremists who share an ideology similar to Osama bin Laden’s in its own civil war, adding new complications to efforts to fight terrorism.” 

The writer continues by stating that “Yemen’s army is allying with radical Sunnis and former jihadists in the fight against Shiite rebels in the country’s north. The harsh tactics of those forces, such as destroying Shiite mosques and building Sunni ones, are breeding resentment among many residents, analysts said, and given the tangle of evolving allegiances could build support for al-Qaeda’s Yemeni branch, which plotted the Christmas Day attempt to bomb a U.S. airliner.”

Abdel-Karim al-Iriyani, a former prime minister is clearly alarmed by current events in Yemen.  He states that “Using these extremist people, if they are with you today, they are prone to be against you tomorrow.”

Therefore, the Shia inYemen will continue to suffer and Western nations will do little to challenge Saudi Arabia and the same applies to Bahrain because Saudi Arabia will do everything it can in order to prop-up the Sunni elites.

Saudi Arabia will use any means possible in order to preserve Sunni Muslim power and this also applies to state sanctioned policies which will encourage the forces of radical Sunni Islam in Yemen and boosting the military of Yemen. Therefore, the Shia in Yemen will be attacked by Sunni Islamic militant organizations and by the military of Yemen and this dual policy will be used in order to crush the Shia but in the past the Shia have been tenacious and events are unpredictable.

leejay@moderntokyotimes.com

http://www.moderntokyotimes.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuJvqPuU-64&feature=related   (military action in Yemen)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G132BS3Lzno   (Attacks against the Shia)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHiTUbZ7o-k&feature=related  (Attacks against the Shia)

 

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