What therefore is the principle used in dealing with the common ‘hizbiyeen’?
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.
Our noble Shaykh, we have experienced strong interest from many masaajid wanting to benefit from the students of knowledge who have graduated from the Islamic University…
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.
I advise all of my brothers to verify whatever is spread by the people regarding the scholars and other than them
Is the narration of the trustworthy person accepted without any exceptions and without verification?
How do we reconcile between accepting the information of a ‘thiqah’, and when the accused swears an oath to falsify the statement of this trustworthy person?
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?