I have been tracking the rise of Wahhabi Farhat Hashmi since the late 1990s. Important aspects of her indoctrination, ooops, teachings include
1. Shias are not muslims
2. Visiting shrines is Haraam
3. Karbala was just a “fight” between “two princes”
4. Haraam to combine prayers into 3 times a day as the Shias do
5. The Mask of Zorro is the (Wahhabi) Islamic garb for all women – (and aspiring terrorist Deobandi mullahs)
6. Haraam to eat the tasty food that Shias and Sunnis serve on Ashura to commemorate the sacrifice of Imam Hussain and halal to waste this bounty by throwing away this food in the trash.
7. Halal to excommunicate other Muslims.
8. Halal to enjoy the benefits of 21st century banking to facilitate Wahhabi and Deobandi terrorist groups striving to establish a 7th century caliphate
9. Haraam to take out processions for Imam Hussain (and Halal to bomb them)
10. Its good to objectify all women by literally obliterating their identity.
If you are civil society, Muawiya Marxist or just a bored apologist Aunty and find something common in the list above, then congrats, you can still enrol in the Farhat Hashmi academy of Post Modern Takfir and terrorism Apologist
Enjoy such Al Huda classics as “How I learnt to appreciate the Wahhabi Deobandi Bomb” ,”From Here to Raiwind” “Citizen Yazeed”, “Wahhabi Boulevard” “The Muawiya Candidate”
Between being an alum of the Wahhabi Salafi Al-Huda institute, connected to the Deobandi Lal Masjid and an expat who got her formative “education” in Saudi Arabia, Tashfeen Malik just completed the terrorist Trifecta!
If this post offends you, don’t worry. Its not about you. Its about trivial things such as the ideology and preachers of Wahabism and Deobandism which have caused a few million people on this planet some minor grief – such as losing near and dear ones.
Of course terrorism has no religion wink wink (ssshhh don’t tell anyone but it does and that is the Wahhabi Deobandi sect of Tashfeen Malik)
Then again, grieving for someone is Haraam as per Wahhabi Deobandi doctrine – unless that person happens to be a mass murdering terrorist like OBL or his mentor Yazeed.
MULTAN: The woman who, with her husband, shot dead 14 people in California last week attended one of the most high-profile religious teaching centres for women in Pakistan, a teacher at the Al-Huda institute told AFP Monday.
Tashfeen Malik, 29, studied at the Al-Huda Institute in Multan, which admits middle-class women and also has offices in the US, the UAE, India and the UK, the teacher at the teaching centre who gave her name only as Muqadas said.
“It was a two-year course, but she did not finish it,” the teacher Muqadas said. “She was a good girl. I don’t know why she left and what happened to her.”
The teacher did not say when Malik studied at the Al-Huda institute, but fellow classmates at the Bahauddin Zakariya University said she had attended the institute after classes at the university, which she attended from 2007-2013.
Farhat Hashmi’s organisation, Al-Huda institute, has no known extremist links, though it has come under fire in the past from critics who say its ideology is extremist in nature.
Malik and her husband Syed Farook, 28, went on a killing spree at a social services centre in San Bernardino. Investigators suspect that Malik, who went to the United States (US) on a fiancee’s visa and spent extended periods of time in both Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, may have radicalised her husband.
The probe is trying to establish if she had contact with radicals in either country.
An administration official at the academy in Multan said he could neither confirm nor deny that Malik had studied there, and said he would discuss the issue with management.
“But we have nothing to do with it (the shooting) and are not responsible for our students’ personal acts,” he added.
One of Malik’s former classmates at the Bahauddin Zakariya University in Multan, where she studied pharmacology, told AFP she had attended the institute after classes, saying she “drastically changed” during her time there.
“Gradually she became more serious and strict,” said the student, requesting anonymity.
A second university student who also requested anonymity confirmed the account.
Pakistan has pledged to crack down on religious seminaries suspected of being breeding grounds for intolerance or even fostering extremism, with the country’s information minister Pervez Rashid terming them “universities of illiteracy and ignorance”. However the government’s efforts to rein in madrassas have prompted anger from many clerics.