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  • 18:55, 29 August 2021 Benin antidota talk contribs deleted page Saqib Shaami (content was: " __NOINDEX__", and the only contributor was "Benin antidota" (talk))
  • 23:29, 18 May 2021 Benin antidota talk contribs deleted page Saqib Shaami (Spam: content before blanking was: " '''Waris Paak''' or Haji Hafiz Waris Ali Shah Rahmatullah alaih was the respected Wali, ascetic and the benefactor of Warsi Silsila (Sufi order) known for his miraculous powers (Karamat). His Mazar Sharif is in Deva Sharif (Uttar Pradesh), India. Urs festival is celebrated annually in the Islamic lunar month of Safarul Muzaffar. Shah who spread the message of love and Humanity is respected both by his Hindu and Muslim followers. Childhood and Early Life...)
  • 19:09, 27 December 2020 Benin antidota talk contribs deleted page Saqib Shaami (Copyright violation: content was: "'''Saqib Iqbal Shaami''' better known as Saqib Shaami is a British Pakistani Islamic scholars and preacher from Brimingham, England. He is a follower of Chishti sufi order. He is known for his organization Kanzul Huda, a non profit organization dedicated to help the Muslim community. He has been a guest speaker at various Urs Mehfil. Being a sunni sufi scholar following Imam Ahmed Raza Khan he adheres to sufi practices of Mawlid, Urs and Langar...)

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