Sunni Scholar Lecture about Wahhabi movement in Libya

Sunni Scholar Lecture about Wahhabi movement in Libya

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Sunni Scholar Lecture about Wahhabi movement in Libya

Wahhabi najdi salafi destroy and demolished Shrines of Sahaba, Auliya and Saleheen in Libya, Syria and sham. Libyan Sunni Scholar Speech about Wahhabi Fitna in Libya.

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