- n a member of a strictly orthodox Sunni Muslim sect from Saudi Arabia; strives to purify Islamic beliefs and rejects any innovation occurring after the 3rd century of Islam
- So, we believe that this is a matter worth investigating by your institution to close any gab that can be used by these wahabi fundamentals.
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- The Saudis, Iran and the spreading Islamic Cold War in the Middle East
Special to WorldTribune.com By Fariborz Saremi In 632 the Prophet Mohammad died, leaving behind a struggle between Shi’ites and Sunnis over the true line of succession. Today this rivalry is still alive and well in the Middle East, in particular, between the Sunni/Wahabi Muslim Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Shi’ite Islamic republic of Iran. [...]
Nov. 20, 2013 - World Tribune
- James Woolsey in American Jewish Committee (press release)
We need to destroy oil's role as a strategic commodity,said Woolsey, currently distinguished advisor to the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. "The combination of the Wahabi tradition and the existence of so much oil in this part...
- John Hanford in Sydney Morning Herald
Non-Wahabi Sunni Muslims as well as Shias and Sufi Muslims face discrimination and sometimes severe restrictions on the practice of their faith,Mr Hanford said. "A number of leaders from these traditions have been arrested and imprisoned."
- Charles Schumer in FOXNews
The Saudis have through the years set up madrassas, usually in poor countries like Indonesia ...... that teach Wahabi fundamentalism,Schumer said. "In part [those teachings include] that Muslims who are not fundamentalists ought to be...