Abu Khadeejah then says:
"So destruction is upon the ones that call for open demonstrations in the Muslim lands and other lands (which the Prophet and the Sahaabah never did), and call for taking part in open democratic elections (which the Prophet and the Sahaabah never did), and call for marxist style revolutions against the Muslim rulers (which the Sahaabah never did), and call for setting up of groups (jama'aat) and societies (jami'yaat) and movements (harakaat) each one of them claiming that it is upon the truth and is calling for unity whilst in reality they are causing more discord and more disunity as bad as (and if not worse) than the sectarianism of the madhhabs and soofee tareeqahs (which the Prophet and the Sahaabah never did), splitting tawheed into a fourth distinct category (which the Salaf or the middle-era never did)"
What ignorance he shows here, as he is inadvertently making du'a of destruction against Ibn Baz and Ibn Uthaymeen, both of whom have permitted Muslims to vote were there is a greater benefit. Indeed, Ibn Uthaymeen sees voting in open
democratic elections as being obligatory at times!