Ali then said:
"To my brothers who are still mixed up in these ideas, this is the month of Ramadan a month of repentance. If you truly love the way of the Salafand truly wish to follow the way of the major scholars (as I believe in my heart you do), then I hope you take the opportunity to read as-Sirat and compare it with what you have been taught regarding Salafiya. May Allah guide us to what is correct and pleasing unto Him. Your brother in Islam"
[To which Abu Khadijah responds]
"My Response: And I too pray that you stop misleading the sincere brothers and sisters and that you make tasfiyah (puification) of you manhaj and you repent for you dawah to misguidance - that you should at the feet of the scholars and clarify your confusion, and that this will not be achieved by sitting in Washington DC expecting Ibn Baaz or Ibn Uthymeen or Albaanee or Rabee or Muqbil or Ali Al-Halabee or Saleem Hilaalee to come knocking on your door - rather knowledge is attained by going out and seeking it.
Abu Khadeejah as-Salafee"
Ma sha'allah this is the manhaj of the Salaf!
Face it Abdu Khadeejah, the REAL issue is that almost three years later, yourself and the others with you are still smarting from Ali's lecture, "A Word of Advice to the Salafis of the UK". A lecture which yourself and others along with you have failed to this day, to refute ANY of its points. This lecture, based on the Kuwait declaration, has for almost three years, been a thorn in your side, as you and the others with you have sought to use every devious manner possible to discourage people from listening to tapes of Ali's lecture, claiming that, "his speech caused fitnah among the brothers."
The truth of the matter is that the lecture exposed at long last, the witch hunt ethics of your group. Muslims finally understood the reasons behind your backbiting and lies. The only "fitnah" it caused was for yourself and others with you. Now after almost three years time, you and others with you, have only been able to respond to the lecture with deliberate fabrications, curses and ambiguous analogies. Indeed, it was the aforementioned lecture which confronted you with shariah proofs and concrete FACTS (all delivered with an element you lack, adab), regarding the following matters:
Your denial of the principle of tawheed al-hakimiyyah
-Your denial of fiqh al-waqi
-Your denial of jihad
-Your persistence in derision, public abuse and dishonoring Muslims without true justification and accusing whoever differs with you as being from jama'a at-takfir.
This in essence, exposes not only your ignorance of the Salafi da'wah, but exposes the lie of those brothers who claim that they follow the major scholars like Ibn Baz. On the contrary, you and others with you, have become entangled in a movement which claims Salafiah as its way, yet which seeks to destroy independent da'wah work on a global level, and put it under the direct supervision of the Saudi regime and the designs of the New World Order. Indeed, it was not until after Abu Muntasir's London lecture on Feb. 23, 1997 exposing your web page shamanism, that you inexplicably deleted the hyperlink to your post. Yet your deletion of the hyperlink is but the "tip of the iceberg" regarding a multiplicity of your web page travesties and sloppy pseudo-scholarship, which insha Allah, I will demonstrate.
One cannot help but notice on your page, various contradictions that reach the level of comic proportions. For example, you have a vehement and caustic rebuttal of those who say Allah's attributes are allegorical. However you then refer readers to Assad Busool's translation of Aqeedah Waasitiyyah (the entire text of which is featured on your site). While the translation is for the most part good, Busool himself maintains that Allah's attributes are allegorical -and he says this- on your page. A closer examination of his footnotes on Allah's attributes (which you also include on your website), Busool boldly states, "I believe that these attributes should be explained allegorically..."[!!!] Elsewhere in the same footnotes, he uses a fabricated hadeeth (often cited by Sufis) regarding the seventy Abdal.
Thus Abu Khadeejah, again a word to the wise- follow your own advice. Remember that to err is human, and to admit to one's errors is noble. To deny them, is childish and cowardly. May Allah keep us all upon his path and not cause any hatred to dwell in our hearts.
Wa salamu alaikum wa rahmatullah