However, Athari Sunni scholars such as the Syrian historian Ibn Kathir have categorised Alawites as pagans in their writings;    with Ibn Taymiyya arguably being the most virulent anti-Alawite in his fatwas  accusing them of aiding the Crusader and Mongol enemies of the Muslims.  Other Sunni scholars, such as Al-Ghazali , also approved of violence against Alawites, whom he considered as non-Muslims.  Benjamin Disraeli , in his novel Tancred , also expressed the view that Alawites are not Muslims. 
During the great move of God recorded in Acts 5, the Healing Anointing was so intense on Peter that his shadow could be a point of contact to receive God's Healing Power. "So that they brought the sick out into the streets and laid them on beds and couches, that at least the shadow of Peter passing by might fall on some of them" [ Acts 5:15 , Acts 5:15 ]. Special anointing are present at certain times or special events to heal. "Who had come out of every town of Galilee, Judea, and Jerusalem; and the power ( dunames ) of the Lord was present to heal them" [ Luke 5:17 ].