Given that deobandies claim that it is not in accordance with the hanafi madhab to build over graves. They quote Imam Nawawi and Ibn ABideen amongst others to make their point.
Does this in any way imply that one should demolish graves that have been built over? is there any justification for such an act? The incident regarding Ali (ra) comes to mind wherein he was told to level the graves that were higher than a hand span.
Are our Salafis brethren justified in demolishing tombs like that of Sidi Ahmed Zarruq (rah)?
(though in this case they actually made off with the body, hence some are calling them "grave-robbers").
What should be the stance of the Hanafis on such an issue?
Are we for or against what they did?
Even today in Pakistan there are many bomb blasts taking place at mazars, obviously where people are killed there is no question about condeming the actions, but when only the buildings are removed (without injuring people) what then?
I'm confused about this issue. Deobandies do not advocate building over gaves but my question is about leveling them in cases where elaborate structures/mausoleums have been built.