Muslim Demon Worshippers Join The Terrorists In Iraq Busts The Myth That Sufi Islam is Peaceful

By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)


The Muslim terrorist demons in Iraq are finally forcing open the eyelids of American naiveté to see the naked truth about what the west considered the most peaceful sect of Islam; the Sufi Naqshbandi order openly joined the ranks of the most notorious Muslim terrorist organization in the world; the ISIS (The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), becoming one of the largest five armed factions that joined the opposition to the Iraqi government.

The development has thrown the political analysts and the media on a spin, since the Sufi branch of Islam comprising a fifth of the Muslim world, for decades, has enjoyed spectacularly good press in the West and are hailed as peaceful mystics who believe that “jihad is a spiritual quest” and that they supposedly believe in nothing violent or unpleasant. The Sufi movement has even attracted favorable attention and converts from all sorts of Westerners, from new agers in Marin County, California, to East Coast intellectuals.

But perhaps adding some additional shock therapy is needed, so grab your seats for some Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom style shocking footage and see what the Sufis are all about. Go ahead, imagine yourself as Indiana Jones who just discovered a Thuggee style worship service in progress witnessing for the first time the shamanistic and demonic nature of what comprises one-fifth of the Muslim world and how they are transformed into zombies:

And no, this is no movie, its all real. It is no wonder why the Bible calls this religion, the “mother of harlots”, for there is no other faith in the world that combines all the cults, including pagan, unorthodox heretical deviant Christian and Jewish cults, all into one religion; Islam.

One example of the utter ignorance in the media regarding Sufis is when Feisal Abdul Rauf, the man behind the Ground Zero Mosque was doing his activism, The New York Times said that he was:

“one of America’s leading thinkers of Sufism, the mystical form of Islam, which in terms of goals and outlook couldn’t be farther from the violent Wahhabism of the jihadists. His videos and sermons preach love, the remembrance of God and reconciliation. His slightly New Agey rhetoric makes him sound, for better or worse, like a Muslim Deepak Chopra.”

Indeed, if Rauf and Deepak Chopra have anything in common, it would be that the Hindu Thuggees were not much different from the Sufis:

Even as we see the unfolding events, still, educated intellectuals (who deny that the devil exists) and the naive so-called ‘experts’ are still analyzing that the Naqshbandi order in the ISIS are the peace loving type. When I searched this group, the first article I found was by Counter Currents, which stated some idiotic things like:

“At the same time, Baath leader Izzat Duri developed ties of patronage with the Naqshbandi Sufi order in Mosul. Sufism or Muslim mysticism is the opposite of fundamentalism, valuing rituals and saints and mystical experiences of God.”

Isn’t anyone asking all this news media that; if Sufism in Mosul were so peaceful, why would they join the world’s most notorious and violent terrorist group in the world, the ISIS?

The stupidity does not only encompass liberals. Speaking at an event in Detroit, I was speaking with James Woolsey, the former director of the C.I.A (Central Intelligence Agency) who said that “moderate Islam exists”. Asking him to point to his favorite peace-loving Muslim scholar and sect, he answered expressing his admiration for Sufis, especially the mystic Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Qabbani, who at the time, according to Woosley openly speaks out against terrorism.

I asked Woolsey if he has ever read Qabbani’s book “Paving The Way For The Coming Mahdi”? Woosley’s darling talked about how the Mahdi’s armies soon will come from the region of Iran:

“Hadith indicate that black flags coming from the area of Khorasan [Iran] will signify [that] the appearance of the Mahdi is nigh. Khorasan is in today’s Iran, and some scholars have said that this Hadith means when the black flags appear from Central Asia, i.e., in the direction of Khorasan (Iran), then the appearance of the Mahdi is imminent.”

Indeed, so many Muslims are elated at the progress of the ISIS since they see that the Caliphate is in sight in Iraq. And if the head of the former CIA director was so mediocre not to comprehend the threat of Mahdism and the Caliphate, what makes the rest of our intelligence and media anymore brighter? Today even Shiite Sufis are seeing the closeness of Mahdi’s coming, especially when they see Iran’s Shiite Revolutionary Guards are parked in Baghdad.

I even encountered a so-called Prophecy expert, David Reagan who wrote criticizing me that The Sunnis strongly reject this concept [Mahdism].

Far from Wahhabism, Sufism is the most dangerous, not only that because it teaches tremendous violence since it was the Sufis who are the muscle and sinew of the faith advancing it to become the world’s second-largest religion. Sufis are not simply a sect of Islam, but rather heirs of an ancient mystical tradition within both the Sunni and Shia branches of the faith combining their inward quest with war and expansion worldwide.

Sufism is also the ecumenical force in which it is the best uniting factor between Shiite and Sunni Muslims. Sunni Sufis adore Shiite icons and like Shiites are mystical and charismatic and even provides a link between Islam and shamanism. In contemporary Muslim culture Sufism introduced the old practice of shamanism as it was combined with elements of Sufism in order to adapt to wider Islamic society. Shamanistic Sufi Islam thus expands deeply into Central Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and the Balkans and shows how the Muslim shaman, like his Siberian counterpart, cultivates personal relations with spirits to supposedly help individuals through what they believe as healing and divination. This ‘Islamized shamanism’, covering the geographic areas of modern-day Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kirghizstan, northern Afghanistan, the Turkoman province of Iran and the Uygur district of Xinjian province of China will play a major role in the end times and we predict that the Antichrist is likely to be Sufi.

Turkey is especially plagued with Sufi Islam and Edorgan was raised as a Sufi Muslim and Shamanism pervaded Turkish Sufism which naive tourists are fascinated with when they watch Dervishes who spin and rotate as they get into a trance. Shia Islam in Iran follows metaphysical Sufism, and pre-Islamic shamanism.  The figure of the shaman has always been a prominent motif within the Islamic world, particularly in relation to the mystical domain of Sufism.

Even many Salafist and Wahhabi Muslims consider Sufis to get too much into shamanism and demon worship. To these we still ask; how can Muslims blame them if the Quran refers to the jinn as evil spirits when in other parts of the Quran, the jinn, are Muslims:

“So, since we [Jinn] have listened to the guidance (of this Qur’an), we have accepted (Islam): and any who believes in his Lord has no fear of loss, force, or oppression.” — Qur’an 72.13

Yet Sufism has all the elements of Jihad violence. Al—Ghazali whom the “eminent” Islamic scholar W.M. Watt said of him that he was: “acclaimed in both the East and West as the greatest Muslim after Muhammad” (wow), talked about catapulting and enslaving Christians and Jews including that Jews and Christians should be enslaved and that if you enslave a Jew or a Christian that “his marriage is automatically revoked” so a Muslim can take another man’s wife to his bed. And that a Muslim “must destroy their useless books” that Jihadists may “take as booty whatever they decide…they may steal as much food as they need…”

It was the spirit of Al Ghazali’s teachings on jihad warfare that in fact inspired the Turkish Ottomans into carrying out jihad campaigns that ravaged neighboring Asia Minor from the 11th to the 15th century.

Sufis ruled in the early Mughal periods in India were the greatest massacres in human history ever, took place that dwarfed the Holocaust, and in recent times, the Northern Caucasus like Sufi Naqshbandi leader, Shamil Basayev showed Sufism’s true colors when he orchestrated the brutal Beslan massacre.

Sufism will be the venue in which the West will be fooled by, the ancient occult of the Turk will revive, the unifying factor which will bring Iran and Turkey together and the primary method in which Lucifer will be worshipped.


From my own life experience, my father was a Muslim who dabbled in mystic Sufism. He would meditate for days until he eventually developed a split personality. He would do things the normal human being would see bizarre; speaking to jinn (demons), running in the nude in the wee hours of the night during the cold winter roaming tombstones from the local graveyard to only sneak in before the sun came up and hibernate for days. He cursed the Holy Cross as loud as he could from the rooftop and harassed every priest he would run into. This different personality was no longer my father and he was completely someone else I never knew. When he came to the U.S. and later in life ended in the elderly care in California, I’d warn the nurses who reprimanded me for believing in “fairytales” since according to these liberal twits, he was “a nice old man who was diagnosed with a mild bipolar manic depressive illness”, until I was called by them when the police had to storm in after he held a nurse with an entire ward of patients hostage for her refusal to abandon Christianity for Islam. He continually spoke to the Jinn whom he kept there names secret. It was way later that I learned about exorcism that even Jesus would have the demons reveal their names in order to be cast out.

Then we had Sophia, an Iranian girl whom we knew who dabbled with the Shiite version of Mystic Sufism until one day she knocked on our door seeking help to only find a zombie who urinated on herself. I had some friends at our local Baptist church attend her and her family to only see the whole family scream like zombies at the first uttering of words from the Holy Bible. My Baptist brothers and sisters were unaware of what they were dealing with.

I have seen things I would rarely describe having lived in Islam and dabbled with things I should have never done to only see an orb so bright that its fluorescent shine was impossible to gaze at lit the room. And yes, I had a friend who witnessed the whole ordeal. People would simply not believe it, but it’s true. Having read Scripture, I finally understood that Jesus healed the man who roamed in the nude and that Satan appears as an angel of light … all these stories are true to me since I have seen them first hand. Today I kiss the Holy Cross and thank the Almighty for His Son, the healer of all who simply ask.

Shamanism and Islam: Sufism, Healing Rituals and Spirits in the Muslim World

  • According to Islamic teachings, being involved with an evil spirit (demon) is common. For example, the teachings of Muhammad mention he had a “devil” attached to him:

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  • Julie LaBrecque

    Those videos were so haunting I could hardly get them out my head.

    • richinnameonly

      Kind of like watching a rerun of “The Exorcist”. Very creepy.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        Yes it was, but in reverse. The Exorcist was about expelling a demon and these were inviting a demon!

        • shoebat

          Welcome to the Muslim world. We haven’t seen nothing yet.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            This truly reflects these ‘humans’ are nothing but demons. Putting a little child in the middle like some kind sacrificial offering, and the older guy walking around with knives in his heads. Unfathomable.

          • Woody

            Ah, this is what I live for; Happy “Feast of the Body and Blood” of Christ, Julie; Today’s the day:


            New International Version (NIV)

            51 I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever. This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.”

            52 Then the Jews began to argue sharply among themselves, “How can this man give us his flesh to eat?”

            Obviously they took Him literally, for they walked away from Him, never to follow Him again.

            53 Jesus said to them, “Very truly I tell you, unless you eat
            the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.

            Pretty clear…

            54 Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day. 55

            No back away from His statements…He reinforced them.

            For my flesh is real food and my blood is real drink. 56

            Even MORE REINFORCEMENT!

            Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me, and I in them. 57


            Just as the living Father sent me and I live because of the
            Father, so the one who feeds on me will live because of me. 58

            Thank you, Jesus for the opportunity to receive you each morning of my life.

            This is the bread that came down from heaven. Your ancestors ate manna and died, but whoever feeds on this bread

            will live forever.”

            Quite strong…nothing of the bread and wine one would receive at Krogers.


            107 AD Ignatius of Antioch who was appointed by his friend
            Peter to the See, and Ignatius was also a friend of St John the Apostle…

            HIS WORDS in 107 AD on the Eucharist:

            St.Ignatius of Antioch on the Eucharist

            let us look at the words of St. Ignatius of Antioch in his letter to the Smyrnaeans, written around 107 A.D, shortly before his martyrdom. Speaking againsts the Docetists, who held the view that Jesus did not have a physical body, but only the illusion of a body, St. Ignatius wrote:

            They abstain from the Eucharist and from prayer, because they confess not the Eucharist to be the flesh of our Saviour Jesus Christ, which suffered for our sins, and which the
            Father, of His goodness, raised up again. Those, therefore, who speak against this gift of God, incur death in the midst of their disputes. But it were better for them to treat it with respect, that they also might rise again. It is fitting, therefore, that you should keep aloof from such persons, and not to
            speak of them either in private or in public, but to give heed to the prophets, and above all, to the Gospel, in which the passion [of Christ] has been revealed to us, and the resurrection has been fully proved. But avoid all
            divisions, as the beginning of evils.

            As early as 107 A.D., it is clear that Catholic doctrine held the Eucharist to be not a symbol of Jesus’ flesh and blood, but his actual flesh and blood. The Eucharist is, as St. Ignatius says, a “gift of God,” which we need to “treat…with respect” so that we “might rise again.” As we prepare for mass and approach the Eucharist on the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God, let us keep these things in mind.

            And: MORE PROOF:

            St Justin Martyr born about the year 100

            The Eucharist and Celibacy:

            Justin describes the weekly Sunday liturgy as a sacrifice, and speaks of the Eucharist as the true body and blood of Christ. He further states that only baptized persons who believe the Church’s teachings, and are free of serious sin, may receive it.

            Justin also explains in his writings that the Church regards celibacy as a sacred calling, condemns the common practice of killing infants, and looks down on the accumulation of excessive wealth and property.

            This famous passage from the First Apology of St. Justin
            Martyr (Cap. 66-67: PG 6, 427-431) is used in the Roman Catholic Office of Readings for the third Sunday of Easter with the accompanying biblical reading of Revelation
            6:1-17). Reflecting the way the Eucharist was celebrated in Rome about 150 AD, only about 55 years after the last New Testament books, it makes clear several important things:

            1) the Eucharist was interpreted in a very realistic way in the early church

            2) it was the principal, weekly worship celebration of the Christian Church

            3) it took place on Sunday, not on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath

            4) the meaning of the Eucharist and manner of its celebration was handed down by the apostles

            No one may share the Eucharist with us unless he believes that what we teach is true, unless he is washed in the regenerating waters of baptism for the remission of his sins, and unless he lives in accordance with the principles
            given us by Christ.

            We do not consume the eucharistic bread and wine as if it were ordinary food and drink, for we have been taught that as Jesus Christ our Savior became a man of flesh and blood by the power of the Word of God, so also the food that our
            flesh and blood assimilates for its nourishment becomes the flesh and blood of the incarnate Jesus by the power of his own words contained in the prayer of thanksgiving.

            The apostles, in their recollections, which are called gospels, handed down to us what Jesus commanded them to do. They tell us that he took bread, gave thanks and said: Do this in memory of me. This is my body. In the same way he took the cup, he gave thanks and said: This is my blood. The Lord
            gave this command to them alone. Ever since then we have constantly reminded one another of these things. The rich among us help the poor and we are always united. For all that we receive we praise the Creator of the universe through his Son Jesus Christ and through the Holy Spirit.


            On Sunday we have a common assembly of all our members, whether they live in the city or the outlying districts. The recollections of the apostles or the writings of the prophets are read, as long as there is time. When the reader has finished, the president of the assembly speaks to us; he urges everyone to imitate the examples of virtue we have heard in the readings. Then we all stand up together and pray.

            On the conclusion of our prayer, bread and wine and water are brought forward. The president offers prayers and gives thanks to the best of his ability, and the people give assent by saying, “Amen”. The eucharist is distributed, everyone
            present communicates, and the deacons take it to those who are absent.

            The wealthy, if they wish, may make a contribution, and they themselves decide the amount. The collection is placed in the custody of the president, who uses it to help the orphans and widows and all who for any reason are in distress,
            whether because they are sick, in prison, or away from home. In a word, he takes care of all who are in need.

            We hold our common assembly on Sunday because it is the first day of the week, the day on which God put darkness and chaos to flight and created the world, and because on that same day our savior Jesus Christ rose from the dead. For he
            was crucified on Friday and on Sunday he appeared to his apostles and disciples and taught them the things that we have passed on for your consideration.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            We had a most beautiful Corpus Christi. The priest made room in the homily to remind ‘certain people’, (those who aren’t making confession, living with sin in their life), they are not to be taking the body and blood.

          • Woody

            Yes,I don’t think I’ve ever done that knowingly. It was our priest who gave me the idea for a review. Hey, I am re-reading Eusebius’ Church History (I guess written around late 200’s or near there; quite interesting–it makes me think why Prots have such a hard with apostolic succession–Eusebius names them all up to 4th century; I did not know though he was on the Arian side (heretical side of Athanasius or that Ath was just a deacon? Looks like Euse got well since he attended the Council of Nicea–

            Got Bless-enjoying it immensely

          • Woody

            Julie, I heard on St Gabriel Radio today an interview with a “woodworker” who now takes rotting trees and make them into beautiful Christian art. I looked at it–boy is it nice; we once had our home dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Fr Most the great Theologian I think now dead did it); this woodworker is going to start the practice with his Sacred Heart woodwork–

            This is his site, not cheap but worth it…


          • Julie LaBrecque

            Thanks for the info

          • Woody

            Interesting as I had asked if anyone had heard of the Episcopalians who are returning home to Jesus’ Church,and now I see a Fr Carleton Jones is in the forefront: “Crossing the Tiber,” among them a whole now convent: All Saints Sisters of the Poor; two Episcopal Parishes Mt Calvary of Baltimore City, and St Timothy in Catonsville, MD – and Fr had some kind words;
            “Protestant converts are apt to feel disoriented when they find themselves with us, in a new home that is so much bigger than the one they left. Please help me give these Pilgrims a good welcome. Thank you.’ I thought was nice since he should know coming from Protestantism. And then I read today Presbyterians have just lost 30% (no wonder, marrying gays now) but also because they have turned on God’s chosen people – the Jewish people whom I love.
            God Bless

          • Julie LaBrecque

            That’s awesome – getting back part of what Henry VIII took.

          • Woody

            Yah, beginning to love Christian History; reading (again) Eusebius – gee, it the Prots read him–we would get none of this nonsense “Peter never went to Rome, he went there to become a parish it, I wonder if the Father could enlighten us–he keeps referring to the “Bishops of the Circumcism – “when the last of the Bishops of the Circumcism left,” etc [I can’t ask a woman they seem to avoid that surgery?}

            And this was not from him but I find it very interesting:

            THE UPPER ROOM (where Jesus and the Apostles met most of the time)

            4 Sacraments (of the 7 were created there)

            The Priesthood
            The Eucharist (as His Body and Blood)
            The Sacrament of Penance

            Today,the place is in a turmoil, mostly strong-armed anger at the Christians–

            Catch this:

            It is a 3 story building in Palestine; The lower floor is the tomb of David (never knew this)

            The middle floor is the Upper Room of Biblical fame

            The top floor is an Arab Mosque (never knew this)

            All are fighting over it–there is now a Jewish hard-heads who want no Christians there; Arabs who want no Christians there–the Jews do not want the current Pope to say Mass there in the Upper Room when he visits soon; yet, the last two successors of Peter said Mass there-

            Pope Benedict, and Pope John the XXIII.

          • Woody

            i am thinking I would rather do my purgatory on earth rather than in the after-life:

            I Corinthians 3:11-15 may well be the most straightforward text in all of Sacred Scripture when it comes to Purgatory:

            For no other foundation can any one lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ. Now if any one builds on the foundation with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay,
            stubble—each man’s work will become manifest; for the Day will disclose it, because it will be revealed with fire, and the fire will test what sort of work each one has done. If the work which any man has built on the foundation survives, he will receive a reward. If any man’s work is burned up, he will suffer loss, though he himself will be saved, but only as through fire.

            But I have discovered a prayer that allows us to do it upon this earth.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            2 Maccabees 12, Matthew 5 (sent to prison and not released til last penny is paid), 1 Peter 3 & 4 where Jesus went to a prison and preached to disobedient spirits.

          • Woody

            I knew I could count on you; since the Septuagint (the Bible Jesus used and He most quoted from) has the same books as we have e.g., Maccabees, and Jesus IS God, and Maccabees is one of the books disdained as not being in the Bible from Martin Luther a MAN–why is it that the Prots are always on the wrong side of Truth, yet they cannot see this simple truth and follow the passing whims of man yet always say they “follow Jesus,” when this is only one example of many of them–not following Jesus and is quite easy to look up? Puzzled living here in the toilet of the world.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            After removing books from the Bible, what’s wrong with reinterpreting what’s left? Luther had to get rid of them because of the prayers made for the benefit of the dead in Maccabees. He should have also removed other parts because 2 Samuel 1:12 has David and his cohorts PRAYING and weeping and FASTING for Saul and Jonathan who were dead. They obviously believed that they could do something to benefit the dead. David then goes into a long lament over them (v19-27). St Paul prayed for his dead friend Onesiphorus.

          • Woody

            Maybe Luther had never read the Bible; or like our Prot friends just make it say anything they want. The more I read of the early Bible history, I could never be a Protestant since Eusebius’ history is not different than ours and the other Churches originating with Jesus in Apostolic times.

          • Woody

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          • Woody

            I don’t know if you read the Diary of St Faustina Kowalska; but I am occasionally seeing different Theological ideas than that of what I have believed; Jesus told her His Body and Blood stays within her through her next Communion;St Thomas Acq always said “…for 10 minutes.?

  • yahshua love’s you

    Every sect of Islam is evil its one bunch of mindless low life’s by the way those rituals are of Baal because the so called prophet’s of Baal where all so beating their self until they would bleed hahahaha Shi’ite’s all so do the same I know why Baal and Allah are the damn same

  • richinnameonly

    Thank you for this very revealing information on Sufism and for sharing your personal account. I’m amazed at the naivety of so-called intellectuals and experts, especially on matters such as these. To them, we are the ones that don’t know the truth. Age and experience are great teachers, but anyone can begin to gather truth if they use the right source.

  • shoebat

    Robert, just trust the Bible, look for fruit production, the true faith has no thistles but good fruit, and see if it denies Father and Son and stay away from it regardless how nice, kind, peaceful, loving, pretty, sweet, interesting it seems to be. That is what Christ basically taught. Its really that simple since Christ knew that the devil comes in as nice, kind, peaceful, loving, pretty, sweet and interesting. Keep this simple lesson in your mind forever. Yours truly, General Patton.

    • Woody

      What a simple and nice way of putting it; you should enter the Seminary, Walid.

  • shoebat

    Curtis, I will give you the same advice I gave Robert, just trust the Bible, look for fruit production, the true faith has no thistles but good fruit, and see if it denies Father and Son and stay away from it regardless how nice, kind, peaceful, loving, pretty, sweet, interesting it seems to be. That is what Christ basically taught. Its really that simple since Christ knew that the devil comes in as nice, kind, peaceful, loving, pretty, sweet and interesting. Keep this simple lesson in your mind forever. Yours truly, General Patton.

  • JEM

    You find western media honest, knowledgeable and respectable? There are no truly peaceful Islamic factions. None. All have the same common goal: destroy the infidel, unequivocally.

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