This is a follow up of previous discussion on the topic. There was requirement for "Part 2" since, one of the users hasn't understood the message or conclusion of the previous discussion. He continues to call my views as "wahhabi" which has a negative connotation. Moreover, I do not self-identify myself as a "wahhabi" nor the scholars I quote or the books I refer. The word doesn't exist in our academic circle.
I've been extremely respectful, tolerant and patient with him. If I wanted, I can use the term used for shi'a in the Sunni theology. It is widely accepted in our books, articles and tapes just like it is acceptable for him to use the term "wahabbi". However, I refrain from using it in order to not offend the Shi'ite sect and for the success of Islam.SE. I continue to advice him. I flag his comments. But, he continues to use it.
Before it gets worse, I think a decision must be made about it.