It is interesting to note that the pseudo-salafis of our age, in their darkness and evil, refuse to be called “Wahhabis”. They take offense and even go to extremes in defending their innovated title of “salafi” over the ascription of others who call them “wahhabis”.
However, Bin Baz, their arch Imam in evil, anthropomorphism, treachery of the Muslims by releasing his fatwa that allowed the land of the sacred ka’abah – a land in which our very Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) still is alive within His grave, ‘alayhis salat wa salam, – to be inhabited by an army that defends the very emblems of economic tyranny through curses usury and political oppression and imperialism, called the wahhabis all sorts of wonderful names:
وليست الوهابية حسب تعبير الكاتب بدعاً في إنكار مثل هذه الأمور البدعية، بل عقيدة الوهابية: هي التمسك بكتاب الله وسنة رسوله صلى الله عليه وسلم، والسير على هديه، وهدي خلفائه الراشدين، والتابعين لهم بإحسان، وما كان عليه السلف الصالح، وأئمة الدين والهدى، أهل الفقه والفتوى في باب معرفة الله، وإثبات صفات كماله ونعوت جلاله
“… Rather! The creed of the wahhabiyya is holding fast with the Book of Allah, the Sunnah of His Messenger, traversing upon His guidance, and the guidance of his rightly guided Caliphs, and those who follow them in good, and whatever the righteous forefathers were upon, and whatever the Imams of the Religions were upon, and the people of fiqh and fatwa in regards the gnosis of Allah, and affirming the attributes of Allah etc etc etc….”
All lies, but the point here is that he clearly professes the
“Creed of the Wahabiyyah!”
Source the very site of binbaz in Saudi Arabia:
One of the names of Allahu ta'ala is Al Wahhab. The definite article 'Al' (The) makes it different from Wahhab. So the name of Allahu ta'ala is Al Wahhab and not Wahhab.
Calling someone as Wahhabi has nothing to do with the name of Allahu ta'ala. The word Wahhabi is used for followers and supporters of Ibn Abdal Wahhab al Najadi al Tamimi.
His name was Mohammed, but the sunni scholars have always used Ibn Abdal Wahhab for him , which means son of Abdal al wahhab.
Shaykh Abdal Wahhab was a sunni scholar and was aware of the deviant beliefs of his Najdi son.
For those that disagree have disagreed with Imaam Ahmad Bin Hanbal, Imaam Barbahaari, Shaykh 'Abdul Qaadir al-Jilaani, Imaam Muwaffaq ud-Deen Ibn Qudaamah al-Maqdasi and many other scholars who used the term Karaamiyyah to refer to those who follow the innovator:
With the very same reason we use the term Wahhabi or Wahhabiyyah for those who follow:
Mu-hammed Ibn 'Abdul Wahhab.
الوهابية منسوبة إلى الشيخ الإمام محمد بن عبدالوهاب رحمه الله المتوفى سنة ١٢٠٦ه, وهو الذي قام بادعوة إلى الله سبحانه في نجد
"We are Wahhabis"
"And we also state here clearly that we are extreme “Wahabis"
(SA WANEH MAULANA MOHAMMAD YUSUF KANDHALVJ - Page 192)
"Maulvi Sahib, I myself am a greater Wahabi than you."
(SA WANEH MAULANA MOHAMMAD YUSUF - Page 192)
"Brother, here Wahhabis reside, do not bring anything for 'Fathea, Niaz', etc. here."
(Ashrafus Sawaneh Book 1 - Page 45)
Maulvi Rashid Ahmad Gangohi states: " The followers of Mohammad Ibne Abdul Wahab are called “Wahabis”, their beliefs were excellent."(FATAWA-E-RASHIDJA - Vol. 1- Page 111)
Mufti of Mecca and Shaykh al-Islam (highest religious authority in the Ottoman jurisdiction) for the Hijaz region: al-Durar al-saniyyah fi al-radd ala al-Wahhabiyyah ["The Pure Pearls in Answering the Wahhabis"] pub. Egypt 1319 & 1347 H; Fitnat al-Wahhabiyyah ["The Wahhabi Fitna"]; Khulasat al-Kalam fi bayan Umara' al-Balad al-Haram ["The Summation Concerning the Leaders of the Sacrosanct Country"], a history of the Wahhabi fitna in Najd and the Hijaz.
al-Minha al-Wahbiyya fi radd al-Wahhabiyya ["The Divine Dispensation Concerning the Wahhabi Deviation"]; Ashadd al-Jihad fi Ibtal Da`wa al-Ijtihad ["The Most Violent Jihad in Proving False Those Who Falsely Claim Ijtihad"].
Kashf al-irtiyab fi atba` Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Wahhab ["The Dispelling of Doubt Concerning the Followers of Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Wahhab"]. [Yemen?]: Maktabat al-Yaman al-Kubra
Tahrid al-aghbiya' `ala al-Istighatha bil-anbiya' wal-awliya ["The Provocations of the Ignorant Against Seeking the Help of Prophets and Saints"] (Cairo: al-Halabi, 1939).
Mu'in al-Haqq al-Dehlawi (d. 1289):
Sayf al-Jabbar al-maslul `ala a`da' al-Abrar ["The Sword of the Almighty Drawn Against the Enemies of the Pure Ones"].
Shawahid al-Haqq fi al-istighatha bi sayyid al-Khalq (s) ["The Proofs of Truth in the Seeking of the Intercession of the Prophet"].
Al-Barahin al-jaliyyah fi raf` tashkikat al-Wahhabiyah ["The Plain Demonstrations That Dispel the Aspersions of the Wahhabis"]. Ed. Muhammad Munir al-Husayni al-Milani. 1st ed. Beirut: Mu'assasat al-Wafa', 1987.
Shaykh al-Islam in Tunis: wrote a refutation of a treatise of Ibn `Abd al-Wahhab.
al-Fajr al-Sadiq fi al-radd 'ala munkiri al-tawassul wa al-khawariq ["The True Dawn in Refuting Those Who Deny the Seeking of Intercession and the Miracles of Saints"] Pub. 1323/1905 in Egypt.