I advise all of my brothers to verify whatever is spread by the people regarding the scholars and other than them
Some of the Du’aat accuse another Daa’ee; if they are then asked regarding this, they will say: ‘a man who is known for his knowledge and trustworthiness narrated it to us.’
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?
From the important characteristics that a student of knowledge must adorn himself with is: verifying the information that he narrates
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?
In recent times the following statement has become widely used, ‘so and so is not a Salafee’ or ‘he is not from The Salafees.’ Are these types of statements considered as tabdee’?
We hope that you can clarify the legislated way in giving advice correctly, especially if the one being advised is a Sunni who has a Salafee Manhaj and has made an error or two?
Then this description is not good, if we were at all to call it a description, yet alone making it a category, for it is a categorisation that is Baatil (false)!
Some students of knowledge have directed certain criticisms towards a specific group of individuals from amongst the Du‘aat who have have fallen into mistakes related to Manhaj.
O Shaykh, can you name for us some of the books that are upon the methodology of the Salaf, that are necessary for the young Salafee to acquire and add to his book collection?