The jews and Christians, adherent of Shaitwaan, realizes that – Heineuos shaitwaan deceives people in the camouflage of good jobs. The golden days of Muslims were observed only for the reason of following Islam properly. The followers of Shaitwaan, jews and christians realized that Islam can be resisted by only creating division, discord, conflict among Muslims. And that conspiracy can see the face of success by simply invading the anti-Islamic dogma in the camouflage of Islam. So they launched a long-term conspiracy. The master mind planner was christian-British imperialism. Thus the wahabism took birth. An agent named hamper worked behind all of that conspiracy. He laid his activities in Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Hejaj and Turkey for deceiving Muslims. We are translating the Mirat-Al-‘Haramain , which is written in turkey language by Hajrat Muhammad Aiyub Sabri Pasha Rwahmatullahi ‘Alaihi InshaaAllah.
After ‘Abdullah ibn Sa’ud, Tarkee ibn ‘Abdullah of the same lineage became the chief of the Wahhabis in 1240 (1824). Tarkee’s father, ‘Abdullah, was the uncle of Sa’ud ibn ‘Abd al-‘Aziz. In 1249, Mashshari ibn Sa’ud killed Tarkee and took the reign. And Faysal, Tarkee’s son, murdered Mashshari to succeed him in leading the Wahhabis in 1254 A.H. (1838). Though he tried to resist the soldiers sent by Muhammad ‘Ali Pasha the same year, he was captured by Mirliwa (Brigadier-general) Khurshid Pasha and was sent to Egypt, where he was imprisoned. Then, Sa’ud’s son Khalid Bey, who had lived in Egypt till then, was appointed to be the amir of Dar’iyya and sent to Riyadh. Khalid Bey, who was trained according to Ottoman manners, was a polite person with the faith of Ahl as-Sunnat. Therefore, he managed to remain as the amir only for one and a half years. Someone named ‘Abdullah ibn Sazyan, pretending to be faithful towards the Ottoman State, captured many villages. He assaulted Dar’iyya and announced himself as the amir of the Najd. Khalid took refuge in Mecca. Faysal, who was in prison in Egypt, fled and, with the help of Ibn ar-Rashid, the amir of Jaba as-Samr, went to the Najd and killed Ibn Sazyan. Taking the oath of allegiance to the Ottoman State, he was appointed the amir of Dar’iyya in 1259. he kept his word till he died in 1282 (1865).
Faysal had four sons, namely ‘Abdullah, Sa’ud, ‘Abd ar-Rahman and Muhammad Said. The eldest one, ‘Abdullah, was appointed as the amir of Najd. Sa’ud rose in rebellion against his elder brother with the people he gathered around him on the Bahrain Island in 1288 A.H. (1871). ‘Abdullah sent his brother Muhammad Said to defeat Sa’ud, but Said’s soldiers were defeated. Sa’ud had the desire of capturing all the cities of the Najd, but, because ‘Abdullah was an amir appointed by the Ottoman State, Fareeq (Major-General) Nafidh Pasha was sent with the sixth army to defeat Sa’ud. Sa’ud and all the rebels with him were annihilated, and the Najd regained comfort and peace, and all the Muslims prayed for the Khwalifatul Muslimeen (Rwmatullahi ‘Alaihi).