How wahhabies deceive honest Muslims.

The wahhabi mind games fact files.

10) “Re-probleming definitions”

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Most decent people, to arrive at truthful conclusions, or solutions to problems, resort to a technique called “redefining the problem” which helps them look at the problem from a fresh perspective and consequently arrive at a solution or conclusion.

 

The wahabi, however, is NOT interested in arriving at a solution to a problem or a truthful conclusion to a question. His main concern is feeding his ego and nafs, to put someone else down, and to prove himself right. Wahabiism is about nafsanic arrogance and egotism. His aim is not to seek the truth, his aim is to prove HE is on the truth and therefore superior to you. So his mind works backwards.

 

People who seek solutionsre-define problems”.

 

The wahabi thinks what he is saying IS the solution to… ahmmm something… and since he can’t present proofs for his stance, he does the exact opposite of “re-defining problems”.

 

He “re-problems definitions”. What that is, is basically, the wahabi gives new definitions and meanings to words and phrases and ayah’s and ahadith- definitions and meanings that have been well established, and well documented for centuries. He can’t give any proofs for his definitions from Quran, Sunnah, the dictionary etc, and yet he insists that that is the correct definition of a word, phrase or concept. Classical example of this: Three divisions of tawhid!

 

Ok I know this one is really tongue in cheek, but it’s the truth. 

 

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Written by Ahmad-Qadri

March 31, 2009 at 9:28 am

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