Another nail in the coffin of blood-sucking Madkhalis.

This time, Shaykh Abd al-Aziz Aal al-Shaykh is asked about the Jarh Rabi’ al-Madkhali makes on his opponents. The Shaykh replies by saying that much of this sort of Jarh is based on nothing but whims, desires and personal animosity.

Arabic (followed by translation):

السؤال: يا شيخ! هل نأخذ العلم على شخص مجرَّح يا شيخ؟ أي: جُرِّح .. هل نأخذ عنه العلم..؟

المذيع: طيب سؤالك؟

السائل: هل نأخذ عنه العلم يا شيخ؟

المذيع: طيب، من الذي جرَّح هذا الشخص؟

السائل: الشيخ ربيع -يا شيخ!-.

المذيع: طيب. شكرًا لك -يا سالم!-.

طالب العلم -سماحة الشيخ!-، عندما يعني يقال له -سواء من ثقة، أو غير ذلك-: أن فلانًا فيه جَرح، أو فيه مانع مِن أخذ العلم منه؛ كيف يتثبت..

سماحة المفتي حفظه الله:

والله يا أخي! القضية هذه -أحيانًا- تكون هوًى، تجريح الناس، سبهم يكون -أحيانًا- يصحبه هوى، والمصالح الشخصية،

وأنا ما أحب الدخول في هذه الأشياء.

أقول: طلاب العلم يُرجى لهم الخير، وإذا شعرنا بشيءٍ من الخطأ؛ ناقشناه إن تمكنا، أو سألنا من نثق به عن هذا الخطأ.

أما التجريح في الناس، وذم الناس، وتقسيم الناس -هذا ما يصلح، هذا يصلح-؛ فكثير منها .. هوى، وسباب المسلم فسوق، واحترام أعراض المسلم واجبة

Translation:

Questioner: O Shaykh!  Can we take knowledge from a person who has been censured (Jarh)?

Presenter:  Sorry, what is your question?

Questioner: Can we take knowledge from him, O Shaykh?

Presenter: Ok. Who made Jarh (censure) of this person?

Questioner: Shaykh Rabi’, O Shaykh.

Presenter: Ok. Thank you very much, Saalim

Dear Shaykh, when a person informs a student – be he trustworthy or not – that so and so has been criticised (Jarh by the scholars), or that he is guilty of something which prevents people from taking knowledge from him, how can a student verify?

Mufti: By Allah, dear brother, often this issue is rooted in whims. Making Jarh on people (i.e. censuring them) and insulting them, is often accompanied with whims and personal grudges, and I do not like to speak about such issues.

Rather, I say: One should always hope for the best for the students. If we come across a mistake, we discuss it out if possible, or we ask about it those who we trust. But as for making Jarh on the people, condemning them, grouping them saying: He is not good and he is good; then much of it is based on whims; and to insult a Muslim is a sin, while respecting the honour of a Muslim is obligatory.

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This shows the real motive behind Rabi’ al-Madkhali’s so-called ‘Jarh’ on his adversaries;

1) Whims and desires

2) personal issues

May we also add the 3rd and most obvious motive, 3) supporting the secularists tawagheet all over the world and literally being the devil’s advocates.

This explains why the Madkhalis continue to fall out amongst each other:

This explains why Rabi al-Madkhali fell out with Falih al-Harbi, and then Abul-Hasan al-Ma’rabi, and then Ali Hasan al-Halabi. This explains why the Birmingham rotten Madkhalis, the followers of the idiot Waheed Alam (known as Abu Khadeejah) fell out with Brixton Mosque, both of them considering each other deviants.

May Allah continue to split the ranks of the Mubtadi’a, ameen.

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