In Durar 9/291-292 (الدرر السنية في الأجوبة النجدية - ج 9: الجهاد 2 - حكم المرتد) we find the Wahhabis making takfir (excommunication) of the Ottoman Empire, anybody who "worships graves and righteous people" (according to their definition of that), and also anybody who does not agree with them in this takfir. Translation: As for … Continue reading Wahhabi Takfir of the Ottoman Empire
This is a work in progress It has been narrated on the authority of Abu Huraira that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: One who defected from obedience (to the Amir) and separated from the main body of the Muslims - if he died in that state-would die the death of one belonging to the … Continue reading Ahadith Against Extremism
الألباني: محمد بن عبدالوهاب فيه غلو وشده Albani considered Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab a reformer and praised his Da'wah, but he also criticized him for their excessive Takfir. Albani says about Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab: - He had exaggeration and harshness- His followers inherited that from his teachings- He could not differentiate between authentic [صحيح] and weak [ضعيف] Ahadith- … Continue reading Albani’s criticism of Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahab
OBL used a number of Salafi arguments to justify his actions, like telling people not to listen to scholars but instead listen to him.
Notes on an academic article on sheikh al-Albani's approach to hadith and his relationship with the Salafi movement. Interestingly, he agreed with them in aqida but staunchly disagreed in fiqh.
Below is an article on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Wahhabism. The author argues that Saudi Arabia's use of Wahhabism for state control is no longer useful and actually harmful to the ruling class and rest of the world. the-kingdome28099s-failed-marriageDownload