Salafi Wahabism has contributed nothing to culture and civility, but destruction.

Salafi Wahabism has a hatred for culture, especially poetry, literature and architecture associated with praising the Prophet (saw) of Islam. They have taken every opportunity to ransack, destroy and demolish anything associated with praising the Prophet (saw) in the name of combating shirk (polytheism) and bidah (innovation)

Salafi Wahabi repeatedly desecrated graves, burnt books, demolished architecture, destroyed calligraphy and attacked poetry praising the Prophet (saw). But their hatred culture is specifically confined to anything which praises the Prophet (saw).

An example of this would be leading Salafi Wahabi websites praising the poetry of Rudyard Kiplings whilst in the same breath attacking and vilifying poetry praising the Prophet (saw). For example the vitriol aimed against the Qasidah Al-Burdah specifically praising the Prophet (saw) has been relentless and without bounds, this is despite the fact this poem has been accepted by the Ummah, both the awaam (laypeople) and Ulema (jurists)

Is it not bizarre that Salafi Wahabis who feign adherence to Sunnah (tradition) of the Prophet (saw) have an aversion to things which inspire love of the Prophet (saw)?

What is it about Salafi Wahabism that its leaders can swoon to Kiplings secular poetry and yet they lose their minds when Imam Al Busiri praises the Prophet (saw)?

The answer is that Salafi Wahabism merely feigns religiuosity despite the excessive long unkempt beards and the middle eastern dress code, it all remains very superficial.

The Prophet (saw) described in hadith a group that would emerge, their external appearance and actions would appear Islamic, putting average muslims to shame, but this group of individuals would still be astray.

 

Muslims must understand Salafi Wahabism does not have its roots in the Salaf Us Saliheen and the consensus of the Ummah, but rather it brings an innovative destruction that only targets the expression of love for the Prophet (saw).

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