UK political exploitation of Wahhabi, Takfiri project
Western exploitation of Takfiri groups can be found in leaked letters from Britain to former Saudi king as the former defined Wahhabism as a distorted movement which should be used for the political interests of the UK.
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Sheikh Ali Al-Karbabadi, political activist and Islam researcher from Bahrain in an interview with Iran's Qur'an News Agency (TNA) detailed his views on Wahhabi ideology and ways to counter the extremist movement, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He referred to the strategies to confront Takfiri (excommunication) and extremist movements saying," Three points should be maintained in this regard, first: to boost personality, second: strengthening scientific status and third: to promote dialogue with other people."
Bahraini activist noted that the arrogant powers benefit the ignorance of those joining extremist groups and said," We do not recognize such groups as religious since they are a political group or movement masterminded by world arrogant powers."
He added," Western exploitation of Takfiri groups can be found in leaked letters from Britain to former Saudi king as the former defined Wahhabism as a distorted movement and are quite wrong in rejection and killing others, though, we intend to use them for some political interests."
Bahraini cleric called Wahhabism as manifest of ignorance and annihilation of human nature meaning that the nature in members of such movements is ruined as is the nature of Daesh and other extremist groups.
Sheikh Ali Al-Karbabadi also referred to impacts of Wahhabi ideologies on western societies and projection of a tarnished image of Islam and Muslims saying," Despite all efforts to confront Wahhabi thoughts in the minds of the younger generation, Takfir has opened its way to western societies; therefore, we should follow a new approach to explain the reality to the people and introduce true Mohammedi Islam.
Senior Bahraini cleric slammed the US for masterminding Daesh and said," The US admitted its continuing financial and arms support for the terrorist group and also deploying that to other countries.