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`Abdur-Rahman `Abdul-Khaliq
  Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq Persists in Innovation
Source: Jamaa'ah Waahidah of Shaikh Rabee' bin Haadee
Article ID : NDV090001  [15817]  
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Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq, when Bannaawism began to slowly take over his person, spoke with the multiplicity of groups and parties, i.e. justified the existence of all the various Islamic groups present today, despite their differences in aqidah and manhaj and their falling into the acts of kufr and shirk (in the case of some). This being in direct conflict with the Book and the Sunnah, the Ulamaa began to refute him and advise him. And this continued for a number of years. When Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq did not listen, one of the students of knowledge from Kuwait took some of the errors of Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq to Imaam Ibn Baaz (amongst them, his saying about the multiplicity of groups). Imaam Ibn Baaz refuted these claims and advised the latter to correct himself.

Following this, Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq made an open display of his supposed repentance and that he had taken it all back. His open supposed repentance took place on 20th September 1994, in an article called "Tanbeehaat wa Ta’aqqubaat" in which he glorified the Permanent Committee and called them "my fathers" and so and he also made many lies against the Salafi Mashayikh such as Shaikh Rabee’ (refer to Jamaa’ah Waahidah of Shaikh Rabee’ bin Haadee) . His repentance was somewhat exaggerated, and while previously he had called our Ulamaa, "mummified, absent in mind and present in body", "perfect and complete ignorance", "their da’wah does not mean anything" and other such great calamities (which we have documented elsewhere, GRV070004), he then showed the outward love and respect.

Then in a cassette, which is at least 15 months after his open repentance, there occur a number of questions and answers, in which the great deceit of Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq is uncovered and his persistence in innovation and heresy laid bare. Stated Shaikh Rabee’ bin Haadee:

"The questioner asks him (Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq) about the verdict of Shaikh Abdul-Azeez Bin Baaz which was in al-Muslimoon magazine (23rd December 1995) and which also contained the refutations of al-Qaradaawi, the Straying Innovator, against it. He answered the question by giving a diplomatic answer which indicated that he was not actually pleased with this fatwaa (i.e. of Ibn Baaz) and this was after his recantation by a long time since his recantation took place on 14th Rabee’ ul-Awwal 1415H, corresponding to 20th September 1994. Then the questioner said to him, "O Shaikh, in relation to the multiplicity of Islamic grous in the Islamic world and their abundance, such as al-Ikhwaan ul-Muslimoon, Jamaa’at ut-Tabligh, Hizb ut-Tahreer and others, we hear two views. One saying this is a good thing because the good points (of this multiplicity) outweigh the bad points. Another orientation which says that this is differing and splitting and this is not allowed because its bad points are greater than its good points?" To which Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq replied, "Indeed this is a good thing absolutely and there are no negative points in this at all, in splitting and differing. This is not correct…" The questioner said after, "There is an orientation which states that evil of the multiplicity of groups in the Islamic world outweighs the good, what is your view on this?". To which he replied, "This is destruction (hadm), destruction, destruction this is. This is an action of destruction".

This is how Abdur-Rahmaan acts, and does not care at all about his recantation in front of the esteemed Shaikh Ibn Baaz and nor in front of the others from the Ulamaa and understanding ones, those in front of whom he announced publicly, in front of them, his recantation… and Allaah knows best whether he considers the people and their Scholars to be "a battalion of mummified people"… So where is the respect of Abdur-Rahmaan for Ibn Baz and the Hai’ah Kibaar ul-Ulamaa, which he claims he does, when it is the case that he does not even give respect for other Scholars and other people…" (an-Nasr ul-Azeez, pp. 163-164)


And that which puts and end to all the loyalists of Abdur-Rahmaan Abdul-Khaaliq and those entrenched in his innovatory principles, is the following statement of Imaam Ibn Baaz.

The Noble Imaam, Ibn Baaz was asked, "May Allaah be benevolent to you, the hadeeth of the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) concerning the division of the Ummah, "My Ummah will soon split seventy-three sects…", so is the Jamaa’at ut-Tabligh, alongside what they have of acts of Shirk and innovation, and likewise the Ikhwaan ul-Muslimeen, alongside what they have of partisanship, splitting the ranks, using force against the Wullaat al-Umoor, and not hearing and obeying (the Rulers), so do these two sects enter (into those sects mentioned in the hadeeth)?

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