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Added: 29 December 2011
The terms "Madkhali" and "Madkhalis" or "Madaakhilah" are used and applied in a derogatory sense by numerous factions of people in order to scapegoat one particular Scholar for their own woes and for the demise and downfall of their innovated methodologies and their figureheads (see further below). In reality, this is not about one particular Scholar. They use these terms in order to veil and conceal their hate, resentment and enmity to the generality of the Scholars of Ahl us-Sunnah, the people of Hadeeth and Athar, even if they make opportune attachments to some of them and some of their sayings.
The greatest and biggest grievance of these people is that the two broad methodologies of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen (the Muslim Brotherhood), represented in:
- The populist, mass-movement of Hasan al-Banna aimed at arriving at the Khilaafah (through involvement in the current secular political apparatus, by hook or by crook) and,
- The Leninist approach of Sayyid Qutb who "Islamicized" the revolutionary ideologies of secular atheist Jews and in particular, Lenin's manifesto with an Islamic garb (see here).
The grievance is that these have been refuted, exposed and demolished by the Scholars of the Sunnah and they are grieved that some of these Scholars highlighted the great evil of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen in splitting the ranks of the Muslims over the latter half of the twentieth century, embedding vile-partisanship in the Ummah, introducing their own legislations in their jamaa'aat and demanding pledges of allegiance to those legislations, rousing and inciting the people to make Takfir of the rulers and to topple them with Leninist type revolutions and so on. The fact that all of this was exposed and refuted, collectively by the Scholars out of naseehah to the people in their religion and out of obedience to Allaah and His Messenger to stand against what is foreign to Allaah's deen, has really grieved these people. A string of individuals such as Safar al-Hawali, Salman al-Awdah, Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaliq, Adnaan Ar'oor, Muhammad al-Maghrawi, Abu al-Hasan al-Ma'ribi amongst others, were all responsible for propagating these methodologies, in varying layers of subtlety, concealed under a veil of what appeared to be Salafiyyah.
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