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    Rabi’ al-Madkhali attacks Ibn Baz

    Click below to listen to the whole conversation:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdYHlheekgE

    Farid al-Maliki said addressing Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
    – Wait for a moment, O Shaikh! I heard you saying one day – and Allah, his Angels and the whole mankind witness for that – and we were in the airport and you said: “Shaikh Ibn Baz has back-stabbed the Salafi Da’wah immensely!” O Shaikh! If I were to pick up the phone in Saudi Arabia and say to people that “Shaikh Rabi’i attacked Ibn Baz! Shaikh Rabi’i attacked Ibn Baz!”, how would you react to it? Would you accept it from me?”
    Shaikh Rabi’:
    – What was my intent? Do you know my intent?
    Farid al-Maliki:
    – I understood your intent, that’s why I didn’t spread it further! But if I went ahead and said that “Shaikh reviled Ibn Baz”, what would be your reaction?”
    Tarhib al-Dawsari:
    – Really, this is baseless!
    Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
    – Listen! Listen! What was my intent?
    Farid al-Maliki:
    – I know your intent, O Shaikh! I know your intent!
    Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
    – And what’s my intent?
    Farid al-Maliki:
    – Shaikh (i.e. Ibn Baz) doesn’t know what is going on!
    Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
    – Inform me what do I mean by “back-stabbing”? What did I mean?
    Farid al-Maliki:When you met with Shaikh ‘Abd al-‘Aziz (Ibn Baz), he praised Salman and Safar and you became angry and mentioned these words. So I assumed of you that you were angry!
    Rabi’i al-Madkhali: -Listen! Listen! What i said stays between you and me! Don’t mention it in public!

    Farid al-Maliki:
    – Wallahi, Shaikh…
    al-Madkhali interrupts:
    – From first time and second time, stop here! Look at me! It’s between you and me! You want the conversation that is between me and you, between Tarhib and us, you want to spread about me now, don’t spread it – barakallahu fik -now you should listen to me…”

    قال فريد فريد المالكي مخاطبا ربيع المدخلي :
    لحظة يا شيخ، أنا يا شيخ سمعتك يوم – والله يشهد والملائكة والناس أجمعين – ونحن في المطار ؛ قلت ياشيخ : الشيخ ابن باز طعن في السلفية طعنة شديدة؛ لو أنا يا شيخ مسكت التلفون داخل المملكة ، الشيخ ربيع يطعن في ابن باز الشيخ ربيع يطعن في ابن باز ، هذا يا شيخ ويش رأيك فيه ؟! ترضى هذا مني؟!

    فرد عليه ربيع قائلاً : وأنا وأش أقصد ، عرفت أنا وأش أقصد ؟!
    فريد المالكي : أنا فاهم قصدك ، لشان كدة مانشرت ! لكن لو أنا رُحت وقلت : الشيخ طعن في ابن باز ، ما رأيك ياشيخ في هذا ؟!
    واش رأيك ياشيخ في هذا ؟!
    فقال ترحيب الدوسري : فعلاً هذه دعوى عريضة !!؟
    فقال ربيع المدخلي : أسمع ، أسمع ، أنا قصدت أي شيء !؟
    فقال فريد المالكي : أنا عارف قصدك ياشيخ ! أنا عارف قصدك!
    فقال ربيع المدخلي: ويش هو قصدي؟
    قال فريد المالكي : الشيخ ما يعلم مو داري بالموضوع .
    فقال ربيع المدخلي: لكن تخبرني ويش هو الطعن اللي قلته أنا إيش اقصد؟
    فقال فريد: لمّا التقيت بالشيخ عبدالعزيز ، وأخذ يمدح في سلمان وسفر ورد ، فأنت غضبت يا شيخ وذكرت هذه الكلمة أنا أقول الشيخ كان غضبان. ( أي الشيخ ربيع وهذا إحسان ظن من فريد) .
    فرد عليه ربيع المدخلي :اسمع، اسمع أنا اللي أقوله بيني وبينك ، لا تقوله لأحد قدام الناس ،
    فريد المالكي : والله ياشيخ …..
    فرد المدخلي مقاطعا : …… من أول مرة وثاني مرة توقف، شوفني أنا، بعدين بيني وبينك! ، أنت تبغي الكلام اللي بينك وبين ترحيب بينك وبينو ، وأنت الآن تنشرني في المجالس ، فلا تنشرني – شوف بارك الله فيك – الآن انت اسمعني….” انتهى



    Summary:

    1) Farid al-Maliki swore by Allah, calling Him, the angels and the mankind to witness, that Rabi’ al-Madkhali accused Ibn Baz of back-stabbing Salafiyya.

    2) Rabi’ al-Madkhali does not dispute this, but instead asks if Farid understands why he said it and what his intention was.

    3) Farid confirms that this was because Ibn Baz had praised Salman and Safar to Rabi’ al-Madkhali, and in turn Rabi’ al-Madkhali lost his cool and said what he said.

    4) Rabi’ al-Madkhali then asks him not to spread this amongst people but to keep it only to himself.

  • #2
    Wherever the madkhalis/mad khalis go they create division here is a example in Hyde park where Muslims go to give dawah to non Muslim however even here we see madkhalis creating division and promoting the Saudi government and madkhali sect and their opinions
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS8QKwa_R88
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5my0abwGw7w
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IVPf65zIWUA
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qU7BaK8pmzM
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=n3MpwFKLbWs
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=chevS_o_QyQ
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tfKXOnrMFjY
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9oDvqVjfjdI

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    • #3
      Sheikh Nasir al 'Umar on Neo Salafis MADKHALIS and the damage they do in dawah

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ipY-Tgm3wgQ

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      • #4
        Originally posted by salaam_7cgen View Post
        Rabi’ al-Madkhali attacks Ibn Baz

        Click below to listen to the whole conversation:
        https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdYHlheekgE

        Farid al-Maliki said addressing Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
        – Wait for a moment, O Shaikh! I heard you saying one day – and Allah, his Angels and the whole mankind witness for that – and we were in the airport and you said: “Shaikh Ibn Baz has back-stabbed the Salafi Da’wah immensely!” O Shaikh! If I were to pick up the phone in Saudi Arabia and say to people that “Shaikh Rabi’i attacked Ibn Baz! Shaikh Rabi’i attacked Ibn Baz!”, how would you react to it? Would you accept it from me?”
        Shaikh Rabi’:
        – What was my intent? Do you know my intent?
        Farid al-Maliki:
        – I understood your intent, that’s why I didn’t spread it further! But if I went ahead and said that “Shaikh reviled Ibn Baz”, what would be your reaction?”
        Tarhib al-Dawsari:
        – Really, this is baseless!
        Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
        – Listen! Listen! What was my intent?
        Farid al-Maliki:
        – I know your intent, O Shaikh! I know your intent!
        Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
        – And what’s my intent?
        Farid al-Maliki:
        – Shaikh (i.e. Ibn Baz) doesn’t know what is going on!
        Rabi’ al-Madkhali:
        – Inform me what do I mean by “back-stabbing”? What did I mean?
        Farid al-Maliki:When you met with Shaikh ‘Abd al-‘Aziz (Ibn Baz), he praised Salman and Safar and you became angry and mentioned these words. So I assumed of you that you were angry!
        Rabi’i al-Madkhali: -Listen! Listen! What i said stays between you and me! Don’t mention it in public!

        Farid al-Maliki:
        – Wallahi, Shaikh…
        al-Madkhali interrupts:
        – From first time and second time, stop here! Look at me! It’s between you and me! You want the conversation that is between me and you, between Tarhib and us, you want to spread about me now, don’t spread it – barakallahu fik -now you should listen to me…”

        قال فريد فريد المالكي مخاطبا ربيع المدخلي :
        لحظة يا شيخ، أنا يا شيخ سمعتك يوم – والله يشهد والملائكة والناس أجمعين – ونحن في المطار ؛ قلت ياشيخ : الشيخ ابن باز طعن في السلفية طعنة شديدة؛ لو أنا يا شيخ مسكت التلفون داخل المملكة ، الشيخ ربيع يطعن في ابن باز الشيخ ربيع يطعن في ابن باز ، هذا يا شيخ ويش رأيك فيه ؟! ترضى هذا مني؟!

        فرد عليه ربيع قائلاً : وأنا وأش أقصد ، عرفت أنا وأش أقصد ؟!
        فريد المالكي : أنا فاهم قصدك ، لشان كدة مانشرت ! لكن لو أنا رُحت وقلت : الشيخ طعن في ابن باز ، ما رأيك ياشيخ في هذا ؟!
        واش رأيك ياشيخ في هذا ؟!
        فقال ترحيب الدوسري : فعلاً هذه دعوى عريضة !!؟
        فقال ربيع المدخلي : أسمع ، أسمع ، أنا قصدت أي شيء !؟
        فقال فريد المالكي : أنا عارف قصدك ياشيخ ! أنا عارف قصدك!
        فقال ربيع المدخلي: ويش هو قصدي؟
        قال فريد المالكي : الشيخ ما يعلم مو داري بالموضوع .
        فقال ربيع المدخلي: لكن تخبرني ويش هو الطعن اللي قلته أنا إيش اقصد؟
        فقال فريد: لمّا التقيت بالشيخ عبدالعزيز ، وأخذ يمدح في سلمان وسفر ورد ، فأنت غضبت يا شيخ وذكرت هذه الكلمة أنا أقول الشيخ كان غضبان. ( أي الشيخ ربيع وهذا إحسان ظن من فريد) .
        فرد عليه ربيع المدخلي :اسمع، اسمع أنا اللي أقوله بيني وبينك ، لا تقوله لأحد قدام الناس ،
        فريد المالكي : والله ياشيخ …..
        فرد المدخلي مقاطعا : …… من أول مرة وثاني مرة توقف، شوفني أنا، بعدين بيني وبينك! ، أنت تبغي الكلام اللي بينك وبين ترحيب بينك وبينو ، وأنت الآن تنشرني في المجالس ، فلا تنشرني – شوف بارك الله فيك – الآن انت اسمعني….” انتهى



        Summary:

        1) Farid al-Maliki swore by Allah, calling Him, the angels and the mankind to witness, that Rabi’ al-Madkhali accused Ibn Baz of back-stabbing Salafiyya.

        2) Rabi’ al-Madkhali does not dispute this, but instead asks if Farid understands why he said it and what his intention was.

        3) Farid confirms that this was because Ibn Baz had praised Salman and Safar to Rabi’ al-Madkhali, and in turn Rabi’ al-Madkhali lost his cool and said what he said.

        4) Rabi’ al-Madkhali then asks him not to spread this amongst people but to keep it only to himself.
        Madkhalis and their moronic antics,

        Facepalm
        http://www.ilovepalestine.com/campai...imesinGaza.gif

        "It does not befit the lion to answer the dogs."

        – Imam al-Shafi’i (Rahimahullah)

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        • #5
          They said Yusuf Estes is a deviant. I don't know why to be honest.
          8 powerful habits to succeed


          1. Wake up early!
          2. Do it as soon as possible, you could die tonight so make the best of today
          3. Remember your life is unique, don't compare yourself to others. Use that jealousy as an energy to make your life a success"
          4. Have healthy habits. Set a time each day to exercise. Try with the mindset you're only going to do some jumping jacks for 5 seconds and the next thing you know, you're doing a workout!
          5. Read, read, read. Ponder over the Qur'an, learn more. Put the idiot box (TV) away
          6. Take note. Desires make slaves out of kings and patience makes kings out of slaves.
          7. Results aren't just worldly. Results are also about perseverance, retaining dignity, being honest, being honourable, doing good unto others.
          8. Always encourage others especially our brothers and sisters, let them know making mistakes is okay, we all make mistakes, do not ever undermine them and make them feel incompetent. This id also true for the dunya, so what if they don't get the maths sum right the first time, that is what LEARNING is.

          NEW UPDATE

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Magic. View Post
            They said Yusuf Estes is a deviant. I don't know why to be honest.
            Wonder why Madkhali deviants think they have the right to say others are deviants,

            Facepalm
            http://www.ilovepalestine.com/campai...imesinGaza.gif

            "It does not befit the lion to answer the dogs."

            – Imam al-Shafi’i (Rahimahullah)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

              Wonder why Madkhali deviants think they have the right to say others are deviants,

              Facepalm
              Haha.

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              • #8
                Feels like we've gone back in time.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

                  Wonder why Madkhali deviants think they have the right to say others are deviants,

                  Facepalm
                  They may have legitimate reason but I just don't understand the brother's explanation, at all. So I was looking for some guidance here
                  8 powerful habits to succeed


                  1. Wake up early!
                  2. Do it as soon as possible, you could die tonight so make the best of today
                  3. Remember your life is unique, don't compare yourself to others. Use that jealousy as an energy to make your life a success"
                  4. Have healthy habits. Set a time each day to exercise. Try with the mindset you're only going to do some jumping jacks for 5 seconds and the next thing you know, you're doing a workout!
                  5. Read, read, read. Ponder over the Qur'an, learn more. Put the idiot box (TV) away
                  6. Take note. Desires make slaves out of kings and patience makes kings out of slaves.
                  7. Results aren't just worldly. Results are also about perseverance, retaining dignity, being honest, being honourable, doing good unto others.
                  8. Always encourage others especially our brothers and sisters, let them know making mistakes is okay, we all make mistakes, do not ever undermine them and make them feel incompetent. This id also true for the dunya, so what if they don't get the maths sum right the first time, that is what LEARNING is.

                  NEW UPDATE

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJubtizAEfU


                  Watch this when you're distressed!

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Magic. View Post

                    They may have legitimate reason but I just don't understand the brother's explanation, at all. So I was looking for some guidance here
                    They'd have to condemn themselves as Deviants first, stooges of Tyrants etc

                    ​​​​​​This wont go well for them,



                    http://www.ilovepalestine.com/campai...imesinGaza.gif

                    "It does not befit the lion to answer the dogs."

                    – Imam al-Shafi’i (Rahimahullah)

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                    • #11
                      Shaikh al_Albani was asked about advising rulers in public so he replied:
                      "This, may Allaah bless you, may vary from ruler to ruler. The general rule for admonishing and advising a ruler is that it should not be done in public and the one advising should be benevolent in advice, this is the Asl.
                      But when it is apparent that the ruler is arrogant and tyrant then voicing the truth openly is what was declared by Rasoolullaah Sallallaahu 'alaihi Wasallam to be the best Jihad."
                      (كلمة حق عند إمام/سلطان جائر)

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                      • #12

                        Rabee al-Madkhali vs. the Imams of Hadith

                        Rabee al-Madkhali, in his Master’s thesis, after differing with Bukhari, Abu Hatim, al-Nasa’i, and al-Daraqutni on the authenticity of a Hadith, comments:

                        ولو درس أبو حاتم وغيره من الأئمة حتى البخاري دراسة وافية لما تجاوزا في نظري النتائج التي وصلتُ إليها ، لأنني بحمد الله طبّقتُ قواعد المحدثين بكل دقّة ، ولم آل في ذلك جهداً

                        “If Abu Hatim and other Imams – even al-Bukhari – had studied (this hadith) thoroughly, I do not think they would have reached conclusions no different from my own, because – and all praise is to Allah – I have applied the principles of the muhaddithin with complete precision, and I spared no effort in doing so.”

                        The actual argument he made for the authenticity of the hadith can – in all honesty – be summarized as follows:

                        The narrators are very well-known reliable narrators, therefore there is no grounds to claim they erred.

                        Apparently, al-Bukhari, Abu Hatim, al-Nasa’i and al-Daraqutni were unable to recognize famous trustworthy narrators of hadith.

                        BTW, for those who don’t know, al-Madkhali’s master’s thesis is – to this day – his most significant contribution to the science of Hadith.

                        Years after al-Madkhali wrote his thesis, an Indian PhD student at Umm al-Qura by the name of Hamza al-Malibari (now a well-known hadith scholar in his own right) was researching the same hadith and came across al-Madkhali’s thesis in his research. On researching the hadith, he realized just how bad al-Madkhali had gotten it wrong, so he wrote him a polite letter explaining his error.

                        This, apparently, did not sit well with al-Madkhali, who turned around and tried to get him kicked out of Umm al-Qura. When this failed, he went on to write books against him and to declare him the head of a new evil sect, the Malibariyyah.
                        http://madkhalis.com/2017/01/rabee-a...ams-of-hadith/

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                        • #13
                          Shaykh Abdul Qader Shaybat al-Hamd: -almost 1 century old, one of the last living students of Muhammad Ibrahim alAshaykh (mufti before Ibn Baz) was a teacher in the haram. ‎He was asked about Rabee Madkhali’s statement:
                          “one can compromise on the principles of Islam like the messenger ﷺ did in Hudaybiyyah” ‎Shaykh Shaybat al-Hamd حفظه الله said: ‎-he’s a liar, don’t let him mess you up ‎-he’s a fasiq astray from the deen don’t listen to him. ‎-he’s not worthy of a response -he needs to presented to a ruler to rule on him, that’s from the nature of ilhad (atheism) he’s a liar, one fears he may fall into apostasy. (Video in Arabic)
                          https://youtu.be/c3sgwJlUpxQ

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by salaam_7cgen View Post
                            Shaykh Abdul Qader Shaybat al-Hamd: -almost 1 century old, one of the last living students of Muhammad Ibrahim alAshaykh (mufti before Ibn Baz) was a teacher in the haram. ‎He was asked about Rabee Madkhali’s statement:
                            “one can compromise on the principles of Islam like the messenger ﷺ did in Hudaybiyyah” ‎Shaykh Shaybat al-Hamd حفظه الله said: ‎-he’s a liar, don’t let him mess you up ‎-he’s a fasiq astray from the deen don’t listen to him. ‎-he’s not worthy of a response -he needs to presented to a ruler to rule on him, that’s from the nature of ilhad (atheism) he’s a liar, one fears he may fall into apostasy. (Video in Arabic)
                            https://youtu.be/c3sgwJlUpxQ
                            Where did you copy that from?

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                            • #15
                              More on the Crazy antics of the Mad-Khalis...

                              http://madkhalis.com

                              http://madkhalis.com/page/3/

                              نعوذ بالله من ذلك
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                              "It does not befit the lion to answer the dogs."

                              – Imam al-Shafi’i (Rahimahullah)

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