An important clarification regarding an oft-used principle: ‘Whoever does not make Tabdee’ of an innovator, then he himself is an innovator.’ Shaykh Suhaymee presents conditions for this principle to be applied.
A lecture given by ash-Shaykh al-Allaamah Saalih ibn Sa’d as-Suhaymee concerning the constant Fitnah amongst those who ascribe to Salafiyyah.
From amongst the causes [of differing]: Fanaticism, being fanatical to a specific group, being fanatical to a specific individual, or being fanatical to a specific opinion.
Is there reward in attending the funeral procession of someone that commits acts of shirk and innovation?
The rabbani scholar does not call [the people] to make taqdees of him and does not call them to be attached to him.
My mother seeks help from the dead and worships other than Allah in other ways as well. I continue to advise her but my efforts appear to be in vain.
I advise the western students to be diligent in seeking beneficial knowledge and spreading the message of Islam, and to avoid useless gossip.
One of them would come to a noble scholar and ask a seemingly knowledge-based question, but then says, “O Shaykh, what is your opinion of one who says such and such?”