Wahhabism, i.e. the false version of Islam employed by the Saudis, is the base for all of the terrorism currently utilized by the Israeli Zionists and their co-conspirators (the British and the French and the Neo-Cons in the United States) in the whole region of the middle east to set Arab against Arab and Muslim against Christian. See below for an explanation of the Wahhabis and Wahhabism.
Mohammed Abdul Wahhab
- 1. To try to retain the places we have already obtained;
- 2. To try to take possession of those places we have not obtained yet. For we are the sort of people who have developed the habit of taking a deep breath and being patient.
by Jean-Leon Gerome
If indeed he undertook such a journey despite his antipathy for Shi’ism, the motives that inspired him to do so are a mystery. There is no mention of Muhammed b. ‘Abd al-Wahhab in the Persian sources of the period, which may mean always supposing that he indeed visited Iran that his attempts at propagating his notions of rectitude were disregarded there as significant or that he contradicted himself by making provisional use of the Shi’i practice of taqiya (meaning to shield or guard, the practice that permits the believer to deny publicly his Shia membership for self-protection, as long as he continues to believe and worship in private).
by Jean-Léon Gerome (1824-1904)
The Saudi Family
In the taking of Ta’if, the Wahhabis then set about destroying all the holy tombs and burial grounds, followed by the mosques and Islamic madrassas. It is even said that the leather and gilt bindings of the Islamic holy books they had destroyed were used by them to make sandals. Al Zahawi, an Islamic historian of the time, recounted:They killed everyone in sight, slaughtering both child and adult, the ruler and the ruled, the lowly and the well-born. They began with a suckling child nursing at his mother’s breast and moved on to a group studying Koran, slaying them, down to the last man. And when they wiped out the people in the houses, they went out into the streets, the shops, and the mosques, killing whoever happened to be there. They killed even men bowed in prayer until they had exterminated every Muslim who dwelt in Ta’if and only a remnant, some twenty or more, remained.These were holed up in Bait al Fitni with ammunition, inaccessible to the Wahhabis’ approach. There was another group at Bait al Far numbering 270, who fought them that day, then a second and third day, until the Wahhabis sent them a guarantee of clemency; only they tendered this proposal as a trick. For when the Wahhabis entered, they seized their weapons and slew them to a man. They induced others to surrender with a guarantee of mercy and took them to the valley of Waj where they abandoned them in the cold and snow, barefoot, naked and exposed in shame with their women, accustomed to the privacy afforded them by common decency and religious morality. They then plundered their possessions, wealth of any kind, household furnishings, and cash.They cast books into the streets, alleys, and byways to be blown to and fro by the wind, among which could be found copies of Koran, volumes of Bukhari, Muslim, other canonical collections of Hadith and books of Islamic jurisprudence, all mounting to the thousands. These books remained there for several days, trampled upon by the Wahhabis. None among them made the slightest attempt to remove even one page of Koran from underfoot to preserve it from the ignominy of this display of disrespect. Then, they razed the houses, and made what was once a town a barren waste.
 Ayyub Sabri Pasha. Part Two: The Beginnings and Spread of Wahhabism.
 p. 12-13.
 Rihla, quoted from Little, “Did Ibn Taymiyya Have a Screw Loose”, Studia Islamica xli (1975). p. 95.
 quoted from Little, "Did Ibn Taymiyya Have a Screw Loose", p. 100
 al Nasiha al Dhahabiyya li Ibn Taymiyya, quoted from Little, "Did Ibn Taymiyya Have a Screw Loose", p. 100
 Rihla, quoted from Little, "Did Ibn Taymiyya Have a Screw Loose". p. 95.
 Nuh Ha Mim Keller, The Re-Formers of Islam. “Question 3 Re-Forming Classical Texts”.
 The Saudi Dynasty: From Where is it? And Who is the Real Ancestor of this Family?
 Who The Hell Is Baphomet, And Why Am I Kissing Her Arse?.
 Two Faces of Islam, p. 82.
 Algar, Hamid. Wahhabism: A Critical Essay, p. 23.
 Ibid, p. 86.
 Ibid, p. 37.