Wahhabism’s Deep Indian Roots

Source: The Conservative:

Wahhabism’s Deep Indian Roots

For most Indians the word Wahhabi means Saudi Arabian fundamentalism. When told that Wahhabism has deep roots in the Indian sub-continent, the first response is usually denial often followed by claims that Indian Wahhabism was a British invention. Those who think that way would do well to visit a small cemetery hidden away in a forgotten corner of Old Delhi-the remains of the Madrasa-i-Ramiyya, destroyed after the recapture of the city during the great uprising of 1857.

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  1. Without mentioning the claim of Imam Mahdi and promised Messiah (as) as well from where came the Wahabbism in Pakistan the study is incomplete.

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