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04-06-2016, 11:31 PM
আল-সাউদের কারাগারে বন্দী শায়খ সুলাইমান বিন নাসির আল 'উলওয়ানকে তার সেলে নিয়মিত ০ ডিগ্রি সেলসিয়াসের নিচে তাপমাত্রায় রাখা হচ্ছে। তার অধিকাংশ কাপড় কারা কতৃপক্ষ নিয়ে নিয়েছে।

এই একই আল-সাউদ গুজরাটের কসাইকে সর্বোচ্চ রাষ্ট্রীয় খেতাবে ভূষিত করে।
পুতিনকে, ওবামাকে, বুশ আর ব্লেয়ারকে পাশে বসিয়ে

ফারিস আয-যাহরানীদের মতো মুওয়াহহিদকে হত্যা করে,
নাসির আল ফাহদকে হাত -পা পিছমোড়া করে ফেলে রাখে দিনের পর দিন, পেটাতে পেটাতে আঙ্গুলে পচন ধরিয়ে দেয়।

আর এই আল-সাউদ হল ইসলামের ধারক-বাহক? এদের আনুগত্য করা সঠিক ইমান-আক্বিদা থাকার পূর্বশর্ত?


Shaykh Sulaym‚n al-'Alw‚n's condition:
Along with what I've previously posted, he is now regularly kept in his cell in temperatures below 0į Celsius and has had much of his clothing taken away. He used to say one should first ask to remain steadfast and second to be released from prison. Please make that Du'‚' for him.


Shaykh Sulaym‚n al-'Alw‚n's Biography

Sulaiman al-Alwan or more fully Sulaimān ibn Nāsir ibn ʿ Abd al-ʿAlwan is a Saudi Arabian Salafi Islamist Scholar and theoretician of militant jihad. He was arrested in 2004 due to his radical beliefs. He was a brother-in-law of Yusef al-Ayeri, the leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, who was killed by Saudi security forces in a May 2003 shootout.

Al-Alwan was born in 1969 in Buraidah City, Saudi Arabia, the fourth of nine children. school he learned classics of Islamic theology by heart and attended the teaching circles of various Islamic scholars, before continuing his studies in Medina under Sheikh Hammād Al-Ansārī. As a preacher, he earned a reputation as a conservative figure. In the 1980s, he distributed leaflets declaring that celebrating those who had memorised the Quran and became Hafiz was a heretical innovation, which led to his imprisonment by Saudi authorities for 18 days. Al-Alwan was banned from teaching in 1997, in 2004 after 7 years of being banned he was once more permitted to give lessons to the general public.

In 2000, he issued a fatwa endorsing the use of suicide bombings against Israel, and in 2001 he supported the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan by the Taliban. Al-Alwan’s mosque in Al-Qassim Province was criticised by moderate Islamic clerics as a "terrorist factory". Among his students was Abdulaziz al-Omari, one of the plane hijackers in the September 11 attacks. After the September 11 attacks, Al-Alwan issed two fatwas (21 September 2001 and 19 October 2001), in which he declared that any Muslim who supported the Americans in Afghanistan was an infidel, and called on all Muslims to support the Afghans and Taliban by any means, including jihad.In January 2002, Alwan and two other radical Saudi clerics, Hamoud al-Aqla al-Shuebi and Ali al-Khudair, wrote a letter to Taliban leader Mullah Omar praising him and referred to him as the Commander of the faithful.

On 31 March 2003, 11 days after the start of the Iraq War, al-Alwan published an open letter in which he called on the Iraqi people to fight the American soldiers and use suicide bombings against them.
On 28 April 2004, Saudi authorities arrested al-Alwan, after being held for 9 years without trial, he was released on 5 December 2012.

In October 2013, Alwan was sentenced to a 15-year prison term; charges included questioning the legitimacy of the country’s rulers and financing terrorism by collecting money for Al-Qaeda in Iraq leader, Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi. With time already served, he was due to spend six more years in jail.


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04-08-2016, 07:48 AM
In the 1980s, he distributed leaflets declaring that celebrating those who had memorised the Quran and became Hafiz was a heretical innovation

আমাদের দেশে হাফেযদের যে দস্তারবন্দী সেটা কী বিদআত?