He then writes:
"see Madaarak an-Nadhr for Shaykh Albaanee's and Shaykh Abdul-Muhsin al-Abbaad's views on Safar and Salmaan. Also Shaykh Ibn Baaz and Shaykh Ibn al-Uthaymeen have given clear praise for Shaykh Rabee and his works and his manaj."
And at the same time al-Albani, Ibn Baz, and Ibn Uthaymeen have praised Safar and Salman. Why not mention it? These major scholars and other major scholars differed when the fitna occurred between the Saudi government and Safar and Salman. Some like al-Fawzan are extremely critical. Others like Ibn Uthaymeen and al-Albani are mildly critical albeit for different reasons. (Ibn Uthaymin due to his views regarding the Saudi government and al-Albani due to his views on their approach.) Others like Ibn Baz are in a more of a middle position. Others like Bakr Abu Zaid are publicly silent, yet privately supportive. And still others like Ibn Jibreen and Ibn Quood are openly supportive. These scholars however, are ALL in agreement that Safar and Salman are Salafis and callers to the truth and sought only good for the ummah. The scholars differ regarding the outcome of events and whether the Saudi government (with the exception of al-Albani) was justified in their clampdown of them. So be just and truthful and don't twist facts to support the Saudi throne. Which is an extremely strange position coming from a non-Arab, Asian kid who lives in the UK.