“‘Whoever makes the graves of the prophets and righteous ones into mosques is evil,’ is the title of a seventh-grade textbook.”
This idea isn’t some Wahhabi invention. It comes from statements attributed to Muhammad in the Hadith:
“It was narrated from Aishah that the Prophet said: ‘May Allah curse people who take the graves of their prophets as Masjids [mosques].'” (an-Nasa’i 21.230.2046)
“Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah’s Messenger said, ‘May Allah’s curse be on the Jews for they built the places of worship at the graves of their Prophets.'” (Bukhari 8.86.437)
Nor is it a Wahhabi idea that “the hour will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them.” That, also, comes from Muhammad:
“Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger as saying: ‘The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews.'” (Muslim 6985)
“Saudi children are taught in school to hate ‘unbelievers,'” translated from “Saudische Kinder werden in der Schule zum Hass auf «Ungläubige» erzogen,” by Christian Weisflog, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, September 13, 2017 (thanks to Othmar):
Saudi Arabia likes to praise itself as a leader in the fight against Islamic terror. In the school books, however, the children are still being taught who is “disbelieving” and “perverse” and therefore has to be fought.
Since the terrorist attacks in New York on September 11, 2001, Saudi Arabia, with its Wahhabi state religion, is regarded as a sponsor of Islamic terror. 15 of the 19 aircraft hijackers were Saudi citizens. The United States then asked Riyadh to reform its religious education in the schools. But as a new study by the human rights organization Human Rights Watch shows, hatred of the “unbelievers” is still preached in schoolbooks in Saudi Arabia.
Hate against other Muslims, Christians and Jews
The al-Tawhid (monotheism) is a 45-book teaching tool that not only teaches that Christians and Jews as second-class people, but also condemns Islamic schools of thought such as the Shiite or the mystical current of Sufism. For example, the construction of shrines or mosques over the graves of religious personalities is condemned, a practice which can be observed among Shiites and Sufis. From the Wahhabi point of view, such veneration is a reprehensible act of polytheism. Those who do this have fallen away from Islam and are eternally condemned, teach the Wahhabi textbooks. “Whoever makes the graves of the prophets and righteous ones into mosques is evil,” is the title of a seventh-grade textbook. In another place, Sufism is called a “perverse path.”
In the eyes of the Saudi Ministry of Education, Christians and Jews are regarded as “the original unbelievers.” Every Muslim, who doubts about his belief is himself a disbeliever, is the teaching material for the fifth class. The books also warn the Muslims not to show themselves loyal to “unbelievers.” The most important thing in this context is the statement on the Last Day: “The hour will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them.”…