Just a slight correction, with due respect to your comment of course.
The Quran was not "edited". The texts were compiled into one book with 30 chapters, ofcourse after Mohammed's(PBUH) death by khalifas as you rightly mentioned.
All I meant to do was answer your comment, "the article is about Sufism, you speak about Wahabhism" with some quotes from the article itself. So I said: "The article is about Sufism being "under siege". It says, "Stories appeared saying the strident Wahabi school—which is fundamentally opposed to Sufism—is gaining a grip over the Valley."" I was not trying to make any other points.
With due respect Anwar, I will only make this comment as a non muslim, regardless of what school of thought one believes for Islam, Quran was edited and sanctioned by Khalifa after many years of Mohammed's dead, hadiths were compiled after 6 members of so called companions of Mohameed agreed to a text, with all this in mind, Islam is nothing but a political system, and very similar to Communism. So whether its sufism, wahabhism, deobandi, they all bring out the worst in Islam. But thinking with purely logical angle, Wahabhism is the correct version, it is clearly asking a person of faith to do, live and act as described by Allah in Quran. Sufism as Guru Nanakji said was a clever way of converting Hindus to its fold and this is the most dangerous form. Now we can sit here and argue, but as long as so-called moderates in Islam do not dare to go to their communities and risk their lives in showing these people the reality, I am sorry but us non believers will continue to be skeptical and afraid. Good luck to you sir and enjoy the society in US that you are part of.
BTW, where is the evidence to show Sufism was tolerant to begin with? A vast number of Sufis were fanatics to the core.
>> "the article is about Sufism, you speak about Wahabhism."
The article is about Sufism being "under siege". It says, "Stories appeared saying the strident Wahabi school—which is fundamentally opposed to Sufism—is gaining a grip over the Valley."