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Hastily Spreading Misunderstandings Between Brothers

The ‘Allaamah, Shaykh Muhammad bin Haadi (may Allah have mercy upon him) stated:

When there takes place a misunderstanding between two individuals from the brothers, some of them begin to write against others although both of them are upon one path, one methodology and upon (taking knowledge from) the same shuyookh. This path is not good. If you have an observance against him (i.e your brother), this is your brother, give it to him. As for exposing it on the internet, sending it (to others) on the internet and writing it on the net, then this is from the spreading of the faults which is not permissible.

As for the matter of knowledge, this is another affair. As for the matter of refuting the mistakes which the people who committed them are going astray, this is another affair also. And even in the matter of the mistakes, you have from it that which is private and that which is public. Therefore that which is private is not suitable to spread in a public manner. As for that which has circulated, become publicly known and spread among the people, the refutation against it is to be circulated, publicly known and that which is correct is to be spread among the people in order that the people know it and they correct the mistake. Continue reading

Refutations Must be Knowledge Based

Abu ‘Abdis Salaam Siddiq al-Juyaanee narrated:

By the Mercy of Allah we had the pleasure of having lunch with Shaikh Fu’aad al-‘Amree (hafithahullah). The Shaikh (hafithahullah) told us that learning, practicing and calling to Allah is the life of the student. He encouraged us (Abu Yusuf Khaleefah, Abu Muhammad al-Jamayki, and myself) to be patient and to continue to call to Allah, give Da’wah, and to cling to the Salafi methodology. Continue reading

Question Oft-Repeated By The Ignorant

Why have you left off the Jews and the Christians but you backbite the religious callers of the Muslims?

Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (may Allah have mercy upon him) stated: The corruption of the Jews and the Christians is apparent to the general masses of the Muslims. As for the people of innovation, their corruption is not apparent to every person.

Source: Majmoo’ al-Fataawaa, vol. 28, pg. 232

Translated by Abu Yusuf Khaleefah
8th of Rabee’ ath-Thaani, 1436 H (01-28-2015)
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