**The Wahabi Myth**
Fear Allah, and do not backbite your brother. Know who he was, what he did and what he called the people to before you go around slandering him.
'Would any of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? Nay, ye would abhor it... But fear Allah: For Allah is Oft-Returning, Most Merciful.' [Quran, 49:12]
The speaker talks about a recent HERO of Islam (250 yrs ago). He's one of the most misunderstood and slandered by the deviant Muslims. He is Muhamad Ibn Abdul Wahab (raheemallah), the one who revived Islam to its origional condition as Shirk and Bidaa' started becoming COMMON in Arabia.
Deviant Muslim sects enjoy defaming his name because he spoke out against their Shirk and Bidaa'. There is NO sect called wahhabism/wahabiya. Those who look up to this great leader, like to refer themselves as Muslims upon the way of the salaf (pious predecessors of 3 generations after the Prophet Muhammad SAW).
Western media has formedmuch propaganda of the term 'wahabi' to try and label all those who follow the true teachings of Islam in accordance to the Sunnah as extremists, and sadly the Muslims have fallen for this trick. I do not know 1 person to this day who calls themselves a Wahabi! Infact if people would just study the background of Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahab, they will learn he came to extinguish Extremism and Shirk which started to be practise in Arabia.
Fear Allah in making Takfir upon anyone who testifies La ilaha illallah Muhammadur Rasoolilllah SAW.
Abud-Darda' (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, 'When a person curses somebody or something, the curse goes up to heaven and the gates of heaven get closed. Then it comes down to the earth and its gates get closed. Then it turns right and left, and if it does not find an entrance to go anywhere, it returns to the person or thing that was cursed; if he or it deserves to be cursed; otherwise it returns to the person who uttered it.''
Jazak Allah Khair TigerStyle786 for uploading this video, I just uploaded the first few parts giving a breif introdution of our Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahab.