I'd recommend brother to watch these 4 videos, so one has a good frame to work with when they want to look at the works of Shaykh Al Akbar. Shaykh Saeed points out the Premise that "If Ibn Arabi was from Ahl al Sunnah, then it necessitates that none of his opinions can be against ASWJ," is not definitive , there have been many who were form ASWJ but on some points had difference of opinion, therefore it is not true that if one is from ASWJ he must by necessity comply with ASWJ (absolutely.) IF someone goes into Ibn Arabi's work with this premise, then the apparent meaning and understanding of Ibn Arab'is work will compel him to conclude that those statements are forgeries and cannot be taken as his words. (Shaykh Abdul Wahab al Sa'rani Qadassalhu Sirruhu) opinion is as such Shaykh Saeed Foudah, states that it is not the case that Ibn arabi is not from Ahl al Sunnah, on the contrary he is From Ahle Sunnah, but when people of his caliber swim in deep rumination(ijtihad) they end up with conclusion that no one prior ever came too, which may or may not be in agreement with the conclusion of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamma'h, and of the later is true then that conclusion is to be rejected. Shaykh Saeed foudah goes into all these contentions brought about, and basically break primarily into two sides (justifications), one who takes his works as tampered , and he names the scholars of this party, and the other who do ta'weel and try to interpret those problematic statements in light of established sunni kalam. His person conclusion end in proving that there are indeed problematic statements, and it the attribution of fabrication in Ibn Arab's work is wishful thinking and that indeed those matters were not forgeries (in the sense of how we can etymologically source his works) but mistakes(ijtihadi or otherwise), and proceeds to mention the ulama of this position a major in being (Imam Rabbani Mujaddid Alf Thani qaddasallahu Sirru). Saeed Foudah however does vigorously critisize the "manhaj" who not only approach such conclusions with taqleed but silence others against scrutinizing and criticizing such opinions, he urges for a fair approach be it regarding any group or individual absent of any special pleading even for the likes of Shaykh al Akbar ibn Arabi (qadasallahu sirruhu). also these "contentions" are regarding Tawheed and kalam , not (kashf or fiqh, hadith).