1. Nasir al-Albani

Nasir al-Albani is the arch-innovator of the Wahhabis and "Salafis" in our time. A watch repairman by trade, al-Albani is a self-taught claimant to hadith scholarship who has no known teacher in any of the Islamic sciences and has admitted not to have memorized the Book of Allah nor any book of hadith, fiqh, `aqīda, usūl, or grammar. He achieved fame by attacking the great scholars of Ahl al-Sunna and reviling the science of fiqh with especial malice towards the school of his father who was a Hanafi jurist.

2. Al Albani Unveiled

Al-Albani has said in "Sharh al-Aqeedah at-Tahaweeah, pg. 27-28" (8th edition, Maktab al-Islami) by Shaykh Ibn Abi al-Izz al-Hanafi (Rahimahullah), that any Hadith coming from the Sahih collections of al-Bukhari and Muslim is Sahih, not because they were narrated by Bukhari and Muslim, but because the Ahadith are in fact correct. But he clearly contradicts himself, since he has weakened Ahadith from Bukhari and Muslim himself! Now let us consider this information in the light of elaboration :-

3. Ahmad ibn Taymiyya

Was one of the most influential scholars of the late Hanbalī school, praised by the hadīth Master Salāh. al-Dīn al-`Alā'ī as

4. The Harmer’s of the Prophet (sws)

Abu Bakr al-Jaza'iri is an Algerian who fled his country at the time Algeria was in the throes of jihad against the French occupants and settled in Saudi Arabia where he was promoted to the post of teacher in the Mosque of the Prophet - Allah bless and greet him - in Madina. There, he sat attacking the Prophet - Allah bless and greet him -, the Sufis and the Saints until his death in 1999, repeating and shouting at the top of his lungs, right next to al-Mustafa - Allah bless and greet him: "The father and mother of the Prophet are in hellfire! The father and mother of the Prophet are in hellfire!" For this act alone, al-Jaza'iri deserves to receive the title of Harmer of the Prophet - Allah bless and greet him and his Family. He repeated this statement with relation to the father of the Prophet - Allah bless and greet him - in writing.1

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