The Difference Between the Sunni and Quasi-Salafi (Wahhabi) Doctrines
I want to, in-sha’ Allah, shed a little more clarity on the controversy between the Sunni `aqidah and that of the quasi-salafis (Wahhabis). Sadly, many of those who profess to follow traditional Sunni scholarship and `aqidah have only exacerbated the confusion, for they (these pseudo-traditionalists) have now tried to “close the door” on discussing matters of kufr (disbelief) and riddah (apostasy).
Every (genuine) Muslim believes that Allah is One and that there is only correct belief in Allah. If the person has a blasphemous belief in Allah, then he is not a Muslim. Plain and simple. Consequently, you cannot have two people who self-identify as Muslims, yet they have two opposing and contradictory beliefs in Allah—for they would be praying to two different beings. They may both be, but one must necessarily be, wrong. This requires us to establish what the…
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