Muslims have held an anti-Wahhabi protest rally in Washington DC to commemorate the 92nd anniversary of the Wahhabi demolition of the historically revered cemetery of Jannat al-Baqi in the holy city of Medina.
During Monday’s event, demonstrators denounced the radical Wahhabi ideology which has inspired the Takfiri Daesh terrorists wreaking havoc in Iraq and Syria.
They carried placards reading, “Ban Wahhabism,” “stop Wahhabi terrorism,” “Muslims aginst ISIS,” “ISIS/ISIL= Wahhabism” and “Rebuild al-Baqi.”
Takfirism, which is a trademark of many terrorist groups, is largely influenced by Wahhabism, which is freely preached by Saudi clerics.
“Thousands of protesters are demonstrating against the annihilation of 98 percent of our heritage in Saudi Arabia,” said one of the participants at Monday’s event.