Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Biography
Abduljabbar Kabara Nasuru (born February 7, 1970) Abduljabbar was an Islamic cleric and Qadiriyya scholar who was based in Kano, Nigeria. He has a reputation for igniting conflict. He is the offspring of Nasuru Kabara, a previous head of the West African Qadiriyya sect.
He is Karibullah Nasir Kabara’s younger brother. Nasuru Kabara, their late father, was succeeded by Karibullah Nasir Kabara. He was charged with defaming Islam’s prophet Muhammad.He is the offspring of Nasuru Kabara, a previous head of the West African Qadiriyya sect.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Early Years
He and his brother have been heading the Qadiriyya Movement in Nigeria ever since their late father, Sheikh Nasir Kabara, passed away in the year 1996. He is the brother of the current Qadiriyya leader of West Africa, known as Qaribullahi Nasuru Kabara.
Abduljabbar was born in Kabara Town, Kano State, Nigeria, into the family of prominent Qadiriyya leader Sheikh Nasi of West Africa.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Education
He continued his schooling at Aliya and ATC Gwale, then proceeded to Iraq to further his studies. However, according to Abduljabbar, he claimed that for about 25 years of his life, his father provided the majority of his education. He goes to Ma’ahad School with the rest of the Kabara family.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Islamic Belief
In an interview with BBC Hausa conducted in the years 2020 to 2021, he declared himself to be a Shia believer, adding that “after a fully lengthy investigation that I have completed by myself, I recognized that Shi’a had greater scriptural proof than Sunni Islam in that aspect.”
He said, “I won’t trouble myself,” which is slang for “I won’t bother myself.”As a Qadiriyya adherent, Abduljabbar was well known during his whole life.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Private life
Kabara is the child of Hajiya Hafsah Adussamad and Nasuru Kabara. He is presently married and has his own family. He likes to go to far-flung places like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Russia, Syria, and the United Arab Emirates.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Islamic Argument
Some hadith recounted by Anas Ibn Malik, Bukhari, and Muslims, in Abduljabbar’s opinion, are critical of Muhammad. The allegations against Muhammad made in the Hadith are now being scaled back by Abduljabbar, who is also objecting to the Hadith’s context.
Abduljabbar was often accused of blasphemy against Ahl al-Ba, several of Muhammad’s friends, and Muhammad.
Every time Abduljabbar delivers a sermon, fatwa, or other form of Islamic instruction during Jumu’at congregation, he challenges everyone present, saying that he seeks a legal Islamic verdict debate against any Nigerian Islamic scholar who is willing to offer Islamic scriptural evidence that would support what he is asserting about the Hadith. Abduljabbar asserts that he objects to the hadiths that Bukhari and Muslims claim do not support them.
The Izala Society, Salafiyya, Tijaniyyah, and Qadiriyya in Kano State reported Abduljabbar to the state government, claiming that “They have come along with nine blasphemies, which were stated by Abduljabbar in his preaching towards Muhammad in video and audio format, which will serve as a reference that Abduljabbar is making blasphemies”. Abduljabbar was then detained by the Kano
The Kano State government will formally arrange a debate  between him and four young Islamic sheikhs who would represent the Salafiyya, Tijjaniyya, Izala Society, and Qadiriyya sects, with the late Sheikh Mas’ud Mas’ud Hoto as the Qadiriyya sect’s representative. He and the late Sheikh Mas’ud Mas’u will engage in a dispute.
Abubakar Mai Madatai, who represents the Tijjaniyya sect; Dr. Rabi’u Muhammad Umar Rijiyar Lemu, who represents the Salafiyyah; and Kabir Bashir Kofar Wambai, who represents the Izala sect.
Professor Salisu Shehu of Bayero University Kano presided over the discussion while being closely observed by Kano State’s Commissioner for Religious Affairs.
Professor Salisu Shehu, who served as the debate’s moderator, claimed that Abduljabbar refused to respond to any of the other professors’ inquiries. Abduljabbar, he claimed, “dug queries” by presenting unrelated material or arguing there wasn’t time to make references from the more than 500 volumes he brought to the table.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Criticism
Many disputes and objections were raised by Nigerian Islamic scholars from the Salafi movement, the Izala Movement in Nigeria, and the other “arika” clerics over his blasphemy against Muhammad’s companions and Muhammad himself.
His brother, Qaribullahi Nasuru Kabara, in particular, who rejected his entire faqih, rejected the accusations leveled by the majority of Nigerian Islamic clerics. Abduljabbar was thought to be the Kano State administration, led by Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, which decided to close Abduljabbar’s mosque and forbid him from giving lectures and performing da’wah throughout the whole state of Kano due to the blasphemy and the risk for anarchy.
The governorship of Abdullahi Umar Ganduje was also terminated. Abduljabbar said that the Kano State government’s decision to ban him was unfair in an interview with BBC Hausa. The state administration has refuted the notion that Abduljabbar’s school will be razed there in reaction to what they have heard in the state. Numerous Islamic experts from Nigeria claim that Abduljabbar led many Muslims astray.
Abduljabbar Nasiru Kabara Imprisonment
On July 17, 2021, he was arrested for blasphemy against Muhammad and given a jail term the same day. An upper Sharia Court in Kano, Nigeria, sentenced Abduljabbar to death by hanging on December 15, 2022, following his trial and conviction for blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad.