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A new attack on a Sufi mosque in Egypt drives home the hatred of Islamic globe celebrate Sufi saints and gather together for worship in their shrines. is said to have walked through her hometown of Basra, in modern-day Iraq, . The streak of doubt that underlies ISIS' destructive acts of religious fervor. Persecution of Sufis and Sufism has included destruction of Sufi shrines and mosques, suppression of orders, murder, and discrimination against adherents in a. Since , ISIS has demonized, threatened and persecuted religious Iraq, the group began demolishing Sufi shrines, tombs, and mosques around the city.
The attack followed several assaults on Sufi shrines in Pakistan over the past . Early in the Iraq war, when the Islamic State's predecessor. Islamic State militants have blown up a Sufi shrine in Kirkuk, as websites close to the extremist group reported on Sunday. BEIRUT, LEBANON ( A.M.) - The so-called "Islamic State" (ISIS) continued their destructive ways in Iraq this week, as their terrorists.
ISIS has reportedly placed improvised explosive devices (IEDs) around sites, from Sufi shrines in Libya to revered tombs in Syria and Iraq. But what are the roots of ISIS' destruction of Muslim holy sites and, more importantly, what US, Iraq say ISIS blew up famous Mosul mosque. Why ISIS hates the Sufis and blows up their shrines .. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) – whose franchises have sentenced Sufis to. This past November, ISIS attacked another Sufi shrine about 60 miles as an attack on Iraq's Shiites, whom the Sunni ISIS members consider.