Yes.you've descended into a slanging match i'm afraid.
I don't represent shaykh kabbani-nor do i defend his practices.
We in our school do have a naqshbandi tradition-but it is more represented by people like Shaykh Zulfiqar etc ,
and you could ask their views on naqshbandi issues if you wish .
As for shaykh hamza's statement- one wonders what it means.
I can't explain it,without ta'wil-but we extend ta'wil to the ulema who are known to be people of haqq in their
statements-whilst awaiting clarification.-and as i told you as asked shaykh hamza about perennialism very recently and he
expressed that he does not believe in it.And it was clear and to my face. so unless you are calling me a liar then thats upto you.
The ta'wil would be that no-body did da'wah to her so according to The Ghazzalian position we hope that God will forgive her.
But the question is who is God. Awidullah Awidu-rahman
And that I believe Allah(swt) is Ar Rahman.
And *if Allah(swt) is not Ar-rahman* , then I'm in the wrong religion.
i.e. maybe I should worship Kali the God of destruction.- but then I'd be a hindu
So he's saying If Allah is Ar Rahman i'm in the right religion, and if he's Kali , then Im in the wrong religion.
Because Allah's Rahmah is ultimate.
Yes there are verses of mercy and verses of being harsh.There are almost 2 ways of reading the QURAN.
But like Ibn Juzay said, try and embody the higher ethical standard and forgive , acting on the mercy verses.
Or so he interpreted
Alladhina Yastamiunal Qawl wa yattibuna Ahsana