Making Long Supplication Behind Maqam Ibrahim

What is the ruling regarding making a long supplication behind the Maqam Ibrahim?

From the innovations that some people do when they stand behind the Maqam Ibrahim is that they make a long supplication which they call "Du’a Al-Maqam". There is no basis for this from the Sunnah of the Messenger (Peace and blessings be upon him).

This is an innovation that is prohibited. Along with this being an innovation, every innovation is (a door to) misguidance, whereby some people hold small books which contain this supplication and they begin supplicating in a loud voice and those behind them respond by saying "Ameen". This is an innovation, and with this there is interference upon worshippers in prayer around the Maqam Ibrahim. From that which has preceded, interference of worshippers in prayer is prohibited.

Sheikh Ibn Uthaymeen