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"Protection of Islamic Heritage".
  OR

 Who is destroying Islamic heritage.

 

NOTE:- TWO pictures before and after destruction of Islamic heritage are attached here.


[April 21 marking the black day of demolishing of Jannatul Baqee (Holy
Shrines) in  Makkah & Madina and thier History ]

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APRIL 21,2011 will be observed throughout the world as BLACK DAY against the destruction of Islamic heritage especially JANNATUL BAQEE .

.As all the religions, civilizations and nations are preserving and
protecting heritage, mausoleums and heroes places so that their coming
generations can be aware from the sacrifices and teachings of them.
Moreover according to Islamic & worldwide laws of human rights every
person is allowed to do his belief and no one has the right to stop
him from his belief or praying .
But it is shameful that najdi or Nasbi regime (Nasbi means those who hate the family of Prophet or Muhammah-wo-Ale Muhammad<saww>/Ahlul-Bait<a.s> )  of the Saud's family demolished the holy places of the family of the Holy Prophet Hazrat
Muhammad(saww) /Ahlul-Bait(as) especially in Jannatul Al-Baqi(Madina)
and Jannat al-Mualla (Makkah) by neglecting all the laws of islam &
humanity.To Know the reaility of these bloody wahabis agents and production of Zionists in heart Readers are requested to must visit website www.najd2.wordpress.com

Even according to UNO & Human Rights charter everyone is allowed to pray according to his belief.
Is it not strange that the najdi's find it offensive to have the
tombs, shrines and other places of importance Islamic heritages
preserved, while the remains of their Saudi kings are being guarded at
the expense of billion of dollars?According to latest news  reports
published in media saying that a clock of tower type will be built
with the names of Saud's family  in Saudi Arabia which will cost
million of US dollars?????
Which shows the dual poilcy and anti Islam approach based on the
enemity of Ahlul-Bait(as) (family of the Holy Prophet Hazrat
Muhammad(saww) ) ,because the symptoms related to Muhammad's (pbuh)
family were destroyed and the symptoms related to Saud's family are
protected and new additions are continue.

On 8th Shawwal, (April 21, 1925,) in the year 1345 AH mausoleums in
Jannatul Al-Baqi(Madina) were demolished by King Ibn Saud. In the same
year (1925), he also demolished the tombs of holy personalities at
Jannat al-Mualla (Makkah) where the Holy Prophet (saww)'s mother,
wife, grandfather and other ancestors are buried. Destruction of
sacred sites in Hijaz by the Saudi najdi's regime continues even
today.
It is the responsibilty of all Muslims countries especially OIC to
instruct the najdi regime of saudi arabia to re-built these holy
places of Makkah & maddina(Hijazz) by allowing the Muslim belivers
from all over the world to pray which is thier right according to all
principles of Islam and humnity.

The origins of Jannat Al-Baqi
Literally "Al-Baqi" means a tree garden. It is also known as "Jannat
Al-Baqi" due to its sanctity, since in itare buried many of our
Prophet's relatives and companions.
The first companion buried in Al-Baqi was Uthman bin Madhoon who died
on the 3rd of Sha'ban in the 3rdyear of Hijrah. The Prophet (saw)
ordered certain trees to be felled, and in its midst, he buried his
dearcompanion, placing two stones over the grave.
On the following years, the Prophet's son Ibrahim, who died in infancy
and over whom the Prophet (saw)wept bitterly, was also buried there.
The people of Madina then began to use that site for the burial of
their own dead, because the Prophet (saw) used to greet those who were
buried in Al-Baqi by saying, "Peace be upon you, O abode of the
faithful! God willing, we should soon join you. O Allah, forgive the
fellows of Al-Baqi".
The site of the burial ground at Al-Baqi was gradually extended.
Nearly seven thousand companions of theHoly Prophet (saw) were buried
there, not to mention those of the Ahlul Bayt (as). Imam Hasan bin Ali
(as),Imam Ali bin Hussain (as), Imam Muhammad bin Ali (as), and Imam
Ja'far bin Muhammad (as) were allburied there.
Among other relatives of the Prophet (saw) who were buried at Al-Baqi
are: his aunts Safiya and Aatika, andhis Aunt Fatima bint al-Asad, the
mother of Imam Ali (as). The third caliph Uthman was buried
outsideAl-Baqi, but with later extensions, his grave was included in
the area.
In later years, great Muslim scholarslike Malik bin Anas and many
others, were buried there too. Thus, did Al-Baqi become a well-known
placeof great historic significance to all Muslims.
Jannat Al-Baqi as viewed by historians
Umar bin Jubair describes Al-Baqi as he saw it during his travel to
Madina, saying "Al-Baqi is situated to theeast of Madina". You enter
it through the gate known as the gate of Al-Baqi. As you enter, the
first grave you see on your left is that of Safiya, the Prophet's
aunt, and further still is the grave of Malik bin Anas, the Imam of
Madina. On his grave is raised a small dome. In front of it is the
grave of Ibrahim son of our Prophet (saw)with a white dome over it.
Facing it are the graves of Aqeel bin Abi Talib and Abdullah bin
Ja'far al-Tayyar. There, facing those gravesis a small shrine
containing the graves of the Prophet's wives, following by a shrine of
Hazrat Abbas bin Abdul Muttalib.
The grave of Hasan bin Ali (as), situated near the gate to its right
hand, has an elevated dome over it. Hishead lies at the feet of Hazrat
Abbas bin Abdul Muttalib, and both graves are raised high above the
ground; their walls are paneled with yellow plates and studded with
beautiful star-shaped nails. This is how the grave of Ibrahim, son of
the Prophet (saw) has also been adorned. Behind the shrine of Abbas
there is the house
attributed to Fatima, daughter of our Prophet (saw), known as "Bayt
al-Ahzaan" (the house of grief) becauseit is the house she used to
frequent in order to mourn the death of her father, the chosen one,
peace be upon
him. At the farthest end of Al-Baqi is the grave of the caliph Uthman,
with a small dome over it, and there,next to it, is the grave of
Fatima bint Asad, mother of Ali bin Abi Talib (as).
After a century and a half, the famous traveler Ibn Batuta came to
describe Al-Baqi in a way which does notin any way differ from the
description given by Ibn Jubair. He adds saying, "At Al-Baqi are the
graves ofnumerous Muhajirin and Ansar and many companions of the
Prophet (saw), except that most of their namesare unknown."
Thus, over the centuries, Al-Baqi remained a sacred site with
renovations being carried out as and when needed till the Wahhabi's
rose to power in the early nineteenth century. The latter desecrated
the tombs and demonstrated disrespect to the martyrs and the
companions of the Prophet (saw) buried there. Muslims who disagreed
with them were branded as "infidels" and were subsequently killed.
The first destruction of Jannat Al-Baqi
The Wahhabi's believed that visiting the graves and the shrines of the
Prophets, the Imams, or the saints was aform of idolatry and totally
un-Islamic. Those who did not conform to their belief were killed and
their property was confiscated. Since their first invasion of Iraq,
and till nowadays, in fact, the Wahhabi's, as wellas other rulers of
the Gulf States, having been carrying out massacres from which no
Muslim who disagreed with them was spared. Obviously, the rest of the
Islamic World viewed those graves with deep reverence.
From 1205 AH to 1217 AH, the Wahhabi's made several attempts to gain a
foothold in Hijaz but failed.Finally, in 1217 AH, they somehow emerged
victorious in Taif where they spilled the innocent blood ofMuslims. In
1218 AH, they entered Makkah and destroyed all sacred places and domes
there, including the one which served as a canopy over the well of
Zamzam.
In 1221, the Wahhabi's entered Madina to desecrate Al-Baqi as well as
every mosque they came across. An attempt was even made to demolish
the Prophet's(saww tomb, but for one reason or another, the idea was
abandoned. In subsequent years, Muslims from Iraq, Syria, and Egypt
were refused entry into Makkah for Hajj. King Al-Saud set a
pre-condition that those who wished to perform the pilgrimage would
have to accept Wahhabism or else be branded as non-Muslims, becoming
ineligible for entry into the Haram.
Al-Baqi was razed to the ground, with no sign of any grave or tomb
whatsoever. But the Saudis were still notquite satisfied with doing
all of that. Their king ordered three black attendants at the
Prophet's shrine to show him where the treasures of valuable gifts
were stored. The Wahhabi's plundered the treasure for their own use.
Thousands of Muslims fled Makkah and Madina in a bid to save their
lives and escape from the mounting pressure and persecution at the
hands of the najdis. Muslims from all over the world denounced this
Saudi savagery and exhorted the Caliphate of the Ottoman Empire to
save the sacred shrines from total destruction. Then, as it is known,
Muhammad Ali Basha attacked Hijaz and, with the support of local
tribes,managed to restore law and order in Madina and Makkah,
dislodging the Al-Saud clansmen.
The entire Muslim world celebrated this victory with great fanfare and
rejoicing. In Cairo, the celebrations continued for five days. No
doubt, the joy was due to the fact that pilgrims were once more
allowed freely to go for Hajj,and the sacred shrines were once again
restored.
In 1818 AD, the Ottaman Caliph Abdul Majid and his successors, Caliphs
Abdul Hamid and Mohammed,carried out the reconstruction of all sacred
places, restoring the Islamic heritage at all important sites.
In 1848and 1860 AD, further renovations were made at the expense of
nearly seven hundred thousand pounds, most of which came from the
donations collected at the Prophet's tomb.
The second plunder by the Wahhabi's
The Ottoman Empire had added to the splendor of Madina and Makkah by
building religious structures of great beauty and architectural value.
Richard Burton, who visited the holy shrines in 1853 AD disguised asan
Afghan Muslim and adopting the Muslim name Abdullah, speaks of Madina
boasting 55 mosques andholy shrines. Another English adventurer who
visited Madina in 1877-1878 AD describes it as a small beautiful city
resembling Istanbul. He writes about its white walls, golden slender
minarets and green fields.
1924 AD Wahhabi's entered Hijaz for a second time and carried out
another merciless plunder and massacre.
People in streets were killed. Houses were razed to the ground. Women
and children too were not spared.
Awn bin Hashim (Shairf of Makkah) writes: "Before me, a valley
appeared to have been paved with corpses,dried blood staining
everywhere all around. There was hardly a tree which didn't have one
or two dead bodies near its roots."
1925 Madina surrendered to the Wahhabi onslaught. All Islamic
heritages were destroyed. The only shrine that remained intact was
that of the Holy Prophet (saw).
Ibn Jabhan says: "We know that the tomb standing on the Prophet's
grave is against our principles, and tohave his grave in a mosque is
an abominable sin."
Tombs of Hamza and other martyrs were demolished at Uhud. The
Prophet's mosque was bombarded. Onprotest by Muslims, assurances were
given by Ibn Saud that it will be restored but the promise was
neverfulfilled.
A promise was given that Hijaz will have an Islamic multinational
government. This was also
abandoned.
1925 AD Jannat al-Mu'alla, the sacred cemetery at Makkah was destroyed
along with the house where the Holy Prophet (saw) was born. Since
then, this day is a day of mourning for all Muslims.
Protest from Sub -ContinentMuslims
In 1926, protest gatherings were held by shocked Muslims all over the
world. Resolutions were passed and a statement outlining the crimes
perpetrated by Wahhabi's was issued and included the following:.The
same protest are continue every year on 21 April /8 shawal by Muslims
all over the world on the day of demolising of Jannat Al-Baqi .
The destruction and desecration of the holy places i.e. the birth
place of the Holy Prophet (saw), thegraves of Banu Hashim in Makkah
and in Jannat Al-Baqi (Madinah), the refusal of the Wahhabi's toallow
Muslims to recite Ziyarah or Surah al-Fatiha at those graves.
The destruction of the places of worships i.e. Masjid Hamza, Masjid
Abu Rasheed, in addition to thetombs of Imams and Sahaba (Prophet's
companions).
Interference in the performance of Hajj rituals.
Forcing the Muslims to follow the najdi's innovations and to abandon
their own ways according tothe guidance of the Imams they follow.
The massacre of sayyids in Taif, Madina, Ahsa, and Qatif.
The demolition of the grave of the Imams(as) at Al-Baqi which deeply
offended and grieved all Muslims over the globe.
Protest from other countries
Similar protests were lodged by Muslims in Iran, Iraq, Egypt,
Indonesia, and Turkey etc. All of them condemn the Saudi Wahhabi's for
their barbaric acts. Some scholars wrote tracts and books to tell the
world the fact that what was happening in Hijaz was actually a
conspiracy plotted by the Jews against Islam, under the guise of
Tawheed. The idea was to eradicate the Islamic legacy and heritage and
to systematically remove all its
vestiges so that in the days to come, Muslims will have no affiliation
with their religious history.
A partial list of the demolished graves and shrines
Al-Mualla graveyard in Makkah which includes the grave of Sayyida
Khadija bint Khuwailid (sa),wife of the Prophet (saw), the grave of
Amina bint Wahab, mother of the Prophet (saw), the grave ofAbu Talib,
father of Imam Ali (as), and the grave of Abdul Muttalib, grandfather
of the Prophet (saw)/
The grave of Hawa (Eve) in Jeddah
The grave of the father of the Prophet (saw) in Madina
The house of sorrows (Bayt al-Ahzaan) of Sayyida Fatima (as) daughter
of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad(saww) in Madina
The Salman al-Farsi mosque in Madina
The Raj'at ash-Shams mosque in Madina
The house of the Prophet (saw) in Madina, where he lived after
migrating from Makkah
The house of Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as) in Madina
The complex (mahhalla) of Banu Hashim in Madina
The house of Imam Ali (as) where Imam Hasan (as) and Imam Hussain (as) were born
The house of Hamza and the graves of the martyrs of Uhud (as).
The media should give attention by putting pressure on Saud's family
for the construction of holy hrines of Janatul-Bqaqi otherwise the
Muslim Ummah will consider Saud's family & their government equal to
American presidenitial candidate who recently threaten to bombard the
Holy Meeca & Madina while the Saud's family already commited it in the
form of destruction of Janatul-Baqi ( Madina) & Janatul-Mola(Meeca).

THE END
 



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