Much needed advice from Shaykh ‘Abdul-Muhsin al-Abbaad regarding Tabdee’, boycottingand refuting mistakes
Recently, an image has been broadcast selectively quoting the words of Ibn Taymiyyah, challenging the “Wahabis” to “atleast [sic] listen to your leaders” regarding the Mawlid.
Was the Prophet (sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam) actually born on the 12th Rabee’ al-Awwal? This article mentions over a dozen different opinions from the scholars regarding the actual date.
Shaykh Fawzaan is asked about the trend of making imithaan (testing people) according to personalities and making rulings on people based on their stances.
Indeed a gateway to evil has been opened in these days. What is it? An evil affair; it is the matter of ‘Jarh wa Ta’deel’ for students of knowledge.
However, Allah has bestowed upon the man (Shaykh Naasir) the favor of the knowledge of Hadeeth and Salafiyyah. In addition to this we love him for the sake of Allaah.
These are brief and comprehensive words concerning the difference between sincere advice and criticism.
What are the rules of boycotting & disputation between a Muslim & his fellow brother when they do not differ in the [main] religious issues, rather, in some subsidiary branches?
Does differing on issues of methodology, such as…the use of television for da’wah purposes necessitate division and differing amongst each other?
She said if you don’t like it then I can leave the house. Consequently, I am forced to wear non-Muslim clothes. So, what is upon me in this situation?