Sh. Bakr Abu Zayd, may Allah have mercy on him, is universally regarded amongst Ahl al-Sunnah as one of the great scholars of this generation and he was a member of al-Lajnah al-Da’imah, the leading scholarly body for issuing Fatwa in Saudi Arabia. For years, the Madkhalis have slandered him in private – and sometimes in public. In a recent tape Rabee’s protege, Muhammad al-Madkhali, continues that trend:
… the author of this work, al-Tasnif, is Bakr Abu Zayd, and he has passed on to Allah…
As for his book, unfortunately, he aided none but the People of Desires (Ahl al-Ahwa’) by it, and he fell from the time he wrote in defense of Syed Qutb and in refutation of the one who clarified his errors, out of sincerity to the Muslims, and he is our Shaykh, Shaykh Rabee, may Allah preserve him… Rabee bin Hadi al-Madkhali, may Allah preserve him.
After he wrote this book, he fell (i.e. off the manhaj) and he no longer had any standing in the eyes of the Salafis. This is a fulfillment of the words of Amir al-Mu’minin Ali, may Allah be pleased with him, “Men are known by the truth. The truth is not known by men.” (more…)
One of Rabee al-Madkhali’s best known sidekicks, Muhammad b. Hadi al-Madkhali, defending the SPUBS buffoons and attacking other Madkhalis who don’t like SPUBS (may Allah continue to keep these heretics preoccupied with one another): (more…)
This courtesy of Salafitalk:
Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee on the Principle: Let us not Make our Disagreement about Someone Else a Cause for Disagreement Between Us
Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee on the Principle: Let us not Make our Disagreement about Someone Else a Cause for Disagreement Between Us – The Scholar of al-Madeenah is asked about one of the corrupt principles of ‘Alee al-Halabee, wherein he says, “It is not permissible for us to make our disagreement with someone else besides us into a disagreement between us.” The Shaykh clarifies the falsehood of this principle and warns against those who have infiltrated into the ranks of Ahlus-Sunnah today.
‘Alee al-Halabee said,
“And we must not have enmity towards all of the people for the sake of [‘Abdur-Rahmaan] ‘Abdul-Khaaliq. We clarify and we say a statement that we have said more than once: It is not permissible for us to make our disagreement with someone else besides us into a disagreement between us.”
Refer to Notification to the Intelligent Part 4 (p. 4, 8-9).
On the first night of Ramadaan, 1429H, Shaykh Rabee’ Ibn Haadee al-Madkhalee was asked about the principle, “We must not make our disagreement about someone else a cause for disagreement amongst ourselves.” So the noble Shaykh answered,
“It is a corrupt principle, and with it they want to not perform tabdee’ (declaring one an innovator) and jarh (criticism, disparagement) of those who deserve the jarh and the tabdee’, such as al-Maghraawee, Abul-Hasan al-Ma`ribee and Muhammad Hassaan.”
More to follow on this topic inshaa` Allaah…
In other words, anyone who does not make tabdee of those who we make tabdee’ of is a mubtadi’. Anyone who associates with someone we make tabdee’ of is a mubtadi, or a hizbi, or his manhaj is in question.
It is significant to note that the ongoing feud between Halabi-Madkhali (or Spubs and Brixton Mosque) is between different strands of Madkhalism, and many of the personalities around which this feud is focused (as Madkhalism is amongst all things obsessed with personalities) are individuals such as al-Maghrawi who very much float in the sphere of Madkhali ideology.
**Note: to see an example of Madkhali extremism, click the Salafitalk link above to this document by this character, al-Za’taree: http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/tanbeehulfateen4.pdf