I agree with you here, and I know the reason. Abd al-Wahhab, about 1728, continued his studies by returning to Medina, or completing his studies, more or less, he was nearly 30 years old. He sat at the feet of Muhammad Hayat who was a Naqshbandi Sufi, he consequently was taught and understood everything that could be related to right belief.(Hayat followed ibn-Taymiyya).<quoted text>
Well the problem is that they behave like animals. Their cult causes it. Hence trouble on every inhabited continent in the world
Al-Wahhab then goes back to Nejd, where
he had no competition. His brand of reference departed the tracks because it was out in the seclusion of desert it lacked reasoned debate, but had the completeness of being able to answer every question truthfully. Very sad, yes they are a cult.