Ali then said:
"Their efforts was not as they portrayed to defend the aqida from innovation, but rather they sought to introduce into the aqida their false notions which in the end only seeks to acknowledge the secular status quo of the Middle East. And hence wqe witnessed amazing events and statements during the past few years. To the degree that their doctrinal leader was able to visit and preach the "Salafi" aqida and manhaj in the lands of the Batini, apostate state of North Africa. A nation which its kufr idealogy and war againts the din espoused by its desert (false) prophet can only bring back memories of the Fatimid state of al-Hakim who in the end pronounced himself to beAllah."
[Says Abu Khadijah in reply]
"My Response: I dont know what brother Ali is referring to here..."
So why argue? Anyway, Ali is referring to Qadhdhafi's Libya. Is Qadhdhafi now Muslim?
"...but however, this cannot be considered a proof of ones falsehood no more than assuming that Bill Clinton supports brother Ali and his dawah just because brother Ali lives in the heart of kufr empire in Washington DC...??!!"
This is such a ridiculous statement. Ali is an American citizen and the United States is a secular country which hence maintains that it does not care if people are Muslims or whatever. Indeed, The United States supports aspects of
Islam at times in order to further its various short and long term policy goals. Qadhdhafi on the other hand, is an apostate and tyrant who openly fights Islam and ridicules the Sunnah.
When Qadhdhafi allows Rabi Ibn Hadi to publically preach Salafiyah in Libya, then something is up. In the same way, Saddam in the 80's would invite Sh. Ehsan Elahi Zaheer to make public statements on Iraqi radio against the Shiites. At that time of course, the Saudis would not tolerate criticism of Saddam or Baathism, only Khomeini and Shiism. My, my, how times change. So I ask you Abu Khadeejah, where is the the aqeedah and the manhaj of the Salaf in all this? Be truthful...if you can!