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Barelvi

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Who are the barelvis? - Assim al hakeem

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Barelvi Aur Sunni Main kya Farq Hai ? | What is the History of Barelvi | What is Barelvi Maslak?

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The Barelvi sect, will followers be pardoned for Shirk due to their ignorance? - Assimalhakeem

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Is It Permissible To Pray In A Barelvi Mosque?

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Barelvi Aur Sunni Main kya Farq Hai? Maulana Makki Al Hijazi Islamic YouTube

Barelvi is a movement following the Sunni Hanafi school of jurisprudence, with over 200 million followers in South Asia. The name derives from the north Indian town of Bareilly, the hometown of its founder and main leader Ahmed Raza Khan (1856–1921). Although Barelvi is the commonly used term in the media and academia, the followers of the movement often prefer to be known by the title of Ahle Sunnat wa Jama'at, or as Sunnis, a reference to their perception as forming an international majority movement.
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