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السلفية هي الأمن والهدى
Salafeeyah is Security & Guidance By Shaykh Muhammad bin Hadi al- Mudkhali
Translated By Abbas Abu Yahya
Salafeeyah is the way of the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- and the way of his Companions -RadhiAllaahu anhum- in following the Book and the Sunnah.
It is not correct to give them derogatory nicknames that they are the Hanabila , or to give them nicknames that they are Taymeeoon, or that they are Wahabeeya or to give them nicknames that they are Jameeya or to give them nicknames that they are the Mudakhilaa.
They have no name which can be attached to them except the Sunnah, because they do not ascribe themselves to anyone except the Sunnah and they are not biased to anyone except to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam.
When the people will be called to be with whom they were biased to on the Day of Judgement, the people of Sunnah do not accept that they will be called except that they are attached to the Noble Prophet – may the praises of Allaah and His security be upon him.
The Salafeeyoon have been ascribed to al-Wahhab (The Bestower). Shaykh Taqi uddeen al-Hilali -Rahimullaah- said:
‘The best of Allaah’s worshippers, would it not be wonderful to be ascribed to al-Wahhab (The Bestower) there is a nobility by this name, which is from the Salafi Sect which followed the methodology of the Sunnah and the Book and criticised innovations and every newly matter invented in the religion is criticised by those who possess knowledge.’
If this is our shame, that we dislike innovations and criticize them, then we welcome this shame.
So, Salafeeyah is the way of the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- and the way of his Companions -may Allah Ta’ala be pleased with all of them together- and the way of our righteous Salaf from the Taba’een (those who followed the Companions).
Also their followers like Malik we love him, regard him as great and we follow him, likewise Sha’afiee we love him, regard him as great and we follow him, and Ahmad we love him, regard him as great and we follow him, and likewise Abu Hanifa, the two Sufyaans and the two Hamads, az-Zhuri, Umar bin AbdulAziz, AbdurRahman bin Mahdi, Yahya bin Sa’eed, Yahya Ibn Ma’een, Ahmad bin Hanbal, al-Bukhari, Muslim, an-Nisaee, Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi Ibn Majah the Imams of the Sunnah and Hadeeth at all times and in all regions, we love them, they are our Salaf as-Salih we are not biased to any single one from them leaving the others. We revolve with the Sunnah where ever it goes, this is Salafeeyah, this is Salafeeyah in reality, this is Salafeeyah security and guidance.’
[Taken from http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=154450#entry718071]
سُبْحَانَكَ اللَّهُمَّ وبَحَمْدكَ أشْهدُ أنْ لا إلهَ إلا أنْتَ أَسْتَغْفِرُكَ وأتُوبُ إِلَيْكَ
All Praise belongs to Allaah, may His peace and blessings be upon our final Prophet Muhammad, his family, his companions and all those who follow his guidance.
 For further clarification see: https://followingthesunnah.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/ascription-to-the-salafi-manhaj/
 Followers of Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal
 Followers of Ibn Taymeeya
 Followers of Muhammad bin AbdulWahhab
Followers of Muhammad bin Ali al-Jamee
 Followers of Rabee bin Hadi al-Mudkhali
 Taqi uddeen al-Hilali (d. 1407 A.H.)
 Malik ibn Anas -Rahimullaah- (d. 179 A.H.)
 Muhammad Idris Shaafi’ee -Rahimullaah- (d. 199 A.H.)
 Abu Hanifah -Rahimullaah- (d. 150 A.H.)
 Sufyaan ibn Sa’eed ath-Thawri (d. 161 A.H.) & Sufyaan ibn Uayina (d. 198 A.H.)
 Hamad bin Salamah al-Basari (d. 167 A.H.) & Hamad bin Zayed (d. 179 A.H.)
 Muhammad bin Muslim ibn Shihab Zuhri (d. 124 A.H.
 Umar bin AbdulAzeez (d. around 100 A.H.)
 AbdurRahman bin Mahdi (d. 198 A.H.)
 Yahya bin Saeed al-Qataan (d. 198 A.H.)
 Yahya Ibn Ma’een (d. 233 A.H.)
 Ahmad bin Hanbal (d. 241 A.H.)
 Muhammad bin Isma’eel al-Bukhari (d. 256 A.H.)
 Muslim ibn Hajjaj an-Neesapuri (d. 261 A.H.)
 Abu Dawud Sulayman al-Sijistanee (d. 275H)
 Abu Isa Muhammad At-Tirmidhi (d. 279H)
 Muhammad ibn Yazid ibn Majah (d. 273H)
 This is the statement of Awza’ee as collected by al-Laal’akaee 1/64