It shows how the salafī speakers in America were addressing the problems of Awlakī and his influence on Muslims long before he reached media fame.
The brother is asking a question about Anwar al-Awlakī, he said in the school the teachers of Arabic in Virginia.
First of all, I think that school was shut down by the American government and secondly I've been told just recently that Anwar al-Awlakī is in jail.
We have some of his (Anwar al-Awlakī) tapes... (question not finished/unclear).
Abū Tasnīm Dāwūd Adīb - hāfidhahullāh -
I would suggest that you don't listen to anything from Anwar al-Awlakī. Anwar al-Awlakī is a smaller version of Tariq Suwaydān. He's a smaller version of Tariq, a man named Tariq Suwaydān the Kuwaiti. He used to live in the United States, he got his PHD here in the 80s.
Anwar Al-Awlakī has a series of CDs, stories of the Prophets, and you'll hear him referencing Sayyid Qutb
in those tapes, in those CDs. Referencing Sayyid Qutb and also bringing narrations that are unauthentic, not clarifying that they're not authentic. He references quite a few times Sayyid Qutb.
Source for audio
Shurayh an-Nakha'i said: My wife died before me. I wish she could take from my life or that we died together. I have seen how men hit their wives. May my hand be paralysed if my hand hits Zaynab. |al-Ahkam 1/462|