Shaykh Albani said, “…We are the followers of the truth wherever that truth may be and from wherever it comes, so wisdom is the believer’s objective, he takes it from wherever he hears it.
Thus when you come across an article or a piece of learned research from one of those groups which, unfortunately, does not adopt the methodology of the Salaf, but which contains a reminder by using Allaah’s aayahs … [using] some authentic hadeeths of Allaah’s Messenger then there is nothing which prevents one from distributing these pieces of research through recordings–as long as they do not contain that which opposes the Book and the Sunnah and the methodology of the Salaf as-Saalih (righteous predecessors).
This is a problem which in reality is not confined to recordings but goes beyond that to written works which are more widespread than this recorded material.
So is it correct for a book distributor or seller to print that which is not in accordance with the methodology of the Salaf, and is it permissible for him to sell such books?
The answer is that maybe no book is free of certain conflicting statements, and it is the following two things that have to be taken into consideration:
The first is that the book or tape, is not something which is calling to a methodology (manhaj) which opposes that of the Salaf as-Saalih.
Secondly, that that in it which is correct be more than its mistakes, for as Imam Maalik, may Allaah have mercy on him, said, “There is none among us except that he rejects [things that other people may say or do] and has his speech rejected, except for the person of this grave, i.e., the Prophet.”
So for this reason these two principles must be taken into consideration concerning recorded material and printing books and selling them.
If you were asking about recordings which do not contain any opposition to the Salafi methodology then I do not see any objection whatsoever to distributing them just because the one talking in them is not Salafi in his methodology but rather is a khalafi, or a hizbi, or similar to that. This is what knowledge and fairness demands, and what the attempt to bring together the differences present today, unfortunately, between the Islamic groups demands. This in summary is my answer to what you asked about.”
Ref: Fataawaa Jeddah, 9
Posted by Abdul Kareem Ibn Ozzie