Oh, look, I didn't name him. --- A learned brother was discussing a clip with me about a shaykh who said we should have one masjid for all: Sunnis, wahabis, shiah, et al. This is not permitted. The Quran and sunnah are clear in this regard that there must be no such association. This leads to mudāhanah, covering the truth, i.e. sulh kullism. Yes, if a sincere seeker has questions about our aqidah or wants to learn, they are welcome to a Sunni masjid to come and listen. Our doors are open. But not to proselytise. Ahl al-Sunnah are separate from wahabis of all shades and shiah. It is forbidden to have one masjid. They have their buildings and we have our masjids. Our scholars have written entire works on this very matter. How can it be permitted to expose lay Sunnis to wahabis who can endanger their faith? A silly ruling to say the least. Such rulings must be thrown in the trash where they belong.