As salamu 'alaykum,
I just thought I would link to this blog as it hopefully will interest some.
This brother is salafi in 'aqeedah but he has many traditional sunni shuyookh and is studying at Azhar I believe.
He warns people, whether traditional sunni or salafi, from ta'assub (partisanship) and promotes unity among the muslims and taking good whereever it comes from.
He has a very nice article about a book that Shaykh 'Abdul Fattah Abu Ghuddah published by Shaykh ibn Taymiyyah and points out how beautiful are the adab of the Shaykh in that he was not partisan and would take good from whereever it came, even if he disagrees with Shaykh ibn Taymiyyah on many things and he said that the salafis should take from his good example and not be partisan.
The blog is the best I've ever seen as I relate to it much, being salafi/athari in 'aqeedah, but not limiting myself to a narrow minded view of Islam where I only take from salafi shuyookh or view that the haqq is contained with them in every issue.
I think this open mindedness is very healthy and is the best way for the ummah to be unified.
I don't call myself salafi, I just call myself sunni, but the 'aqidah I follow is called by many "Salafi".
I no longer affiliate myself with a sect or group. I just take the haqq from wherever it comes and finding this blog I relized I'm not the only one with salafi 'aqidah who does that.
I think the brothers and sisters should check this blog out as it's a real breath of fresh air in the present climate of much partisanship coming from all the different groups amongst ahlus sunnah.
I really wish we could all just unify and without bigotry discuss our differences mutually and if we both have evidence in what we differ in then just agree to disagree when we both have valid opinions.
I love all the muslims and want us all to be unified insha'allah and not hate eachother and I've learned a LOT from this website and I thank you all for that.
Here is the link:
Allah yajzeekum al khair.