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Just see Wahhabi religious movement spreading in China ,What do u think ?!

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  1. Indos

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    You know a little about Sufism and Wahhabism my dear friend, what I can say is that terrorism is a product of a lack of Islam knowledge. People that don't have thorough understanding about Quran and Hadist, and they don't have proper knowledge about context. JI group that should be watched, and Indonesian intelligence knows about them. Even I saw one of their book who tell the reader to favor Al-Qaeda can be sold in PIM Gramedia. Until know, our police has been so weak in dealing them.

    Pointing to Sufism and Wahhabism means pointing to Islam. Muhammadiyah has Wahhabi roots and NU has Sufism roots. How can those group get marginalized since they are big political power in Indonesia since 1945 ??? Even General Sudirman who is the leader of Indonesian army during Independence war is from Muhammadiyah.
     
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    Wahabi & Wasabe, both make you cry, but one goes through the stomach, the other into the stomach.
     
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    show me a country China is currently at war with?

    just one correction, Armenians do not like Turks as they attempted genocide against them.
     
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    1. Islam is a revolutionary faith continuously reforming societies. From time to time any revolutionary movement needs purifying or "cultural revolution" to cleanse any extra weights that it has gathered. Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahab had sought to do this. Yes, some people did and still do take these to extremes.
    2. Let us note however that the movement of ibn Abdul Wahab was quickly infiltrated by the enemies of Islam to be used to create in-fights and frustration in us. We know how Lawrence set in motion the end of the Caliphate. Read this one also:
    Memoirs of Mr. Hempher, The British Spy to the Middle East - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    3. In the emerging global polarization, China appears increasingly to ally with the Muslim nations, not just Pakistan. China understands how Muslims feel for each other. There is no reason to believe in Western propaganda that the Chinese Muslims are ill-treated.
     
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    Hehe nice quote. Patent it before someone steals it
     
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    Then break ties with Saudi Arabia and don't allow Saudis to open religious schools or "cultural centers" in China.
     
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    Chinese are confident and proud people( for both the race and the culture). There is no way to accept large scale of immigration in the future.
    As for Islam, it has been marginalized for centuries in China. And it will be marginalized for ever. Cause as I said we are proud of our culture. There is no room for other culture. Single race and single culture, I believe it's a bless for our country. The God must have a Chinese face.
     
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    Does anyone know how many branches Muslim have ?

    Too many different type muslim people , that really confuses me.

    Personally ,I do not like Islam and Christian .

    They always like to force the others to believe in allah or jesus

    Islam and Christian fight each other for long history.

    And internal strife for thousands years ,especially Islam. it is not a peaceable religion, both Islam and Christian.
     
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    Yes, bro. I was only becoming a little sarcastic to that guy hailing from turkey. All those countries I listed dislike turkey. Both governments and peoples.

    In fact, geopolitically, turkey is the least liked nation in its neighborhood.

    Turkey's best friends are reactionary monarchs and blodd-lust terrorists such ISIS that is now carrying out bloodbath in Iraq against the Shi'a.

    turkey's PM is a sunni fanatic.

    China must be beware of the like of his kind, including the Saudis. Oil business is alright, but it is a national security threat if China allows the Saudis to get involved in education and indoctrination in China.

    Their ideology is savage and brutal.
     
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    What a amazing in China ! Does BeiJing see what happened in Chinese place ?

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    Usually Indonesian women wearing Hijab are colorful like this one above :coffee:

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    This one is more conventional but still colorful
     
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    What is a Wahabbi? A reference to the great scholar Mohammed Ibn Abduallwahhab who is respected by all Muslims around the globe? If so then sorry to burst your bubble but he himself was a Sunni of the Hanbli jurisprudence with a focus on Islamic monotheism so keep that in mind . He never spoke of jurisprudence. At least try to get yourself familiar with the topic you are discussing before vomiting nonsense all over the place. Here is an old pic of Muslim dress code during the Ottoman empire. Sure the Ottoman empire was ruled by Mohammed Ibn Abdu-Alwahhab.lol



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    I can go on and on.....
     
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    How about Catholic Women ?

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    How do you know they are wahabi?

    90% of Chinese Muslims are not wahabi

    Abdul wahabi najdi is respected only by wahabis around the globe.

    Not Sunni Muslims.

    Even the father and brother of Abdul wahab najdi rejected him, and he attacked both of them
     
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