Shaikh Rabee: “I am not pleased that anyone has blind partisanship towards me, ever”.

Arabic text of full question and answer (as well as audio links) can be found here:

http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=115083

Audio:

http://k003.kiwi6.com/hotlink/k06e6g5e0l/shaikh_rabee_-_naseehah.mp3

نصيحتي لكم أن تدرسوا ، إذا تُكُلم في شخص ،

أن تدرسوا عنه ، وتأخذوا أقوال الناقدين

وتفهمونها ،

وتتأكدون من ثبوتها ، فإذا تبين لكم ذلك

فليحكم الإنسان من منطلق الوعي والقناعة

لا تقليدا لهذا أو ذاك ولا تعصبا لهذا أو ذاك ،

ودعوا الأشخاص فلان وفلان ،

هذه خذوها قاعدة وانقلوها لهؤلاء المخالفين

ليفهموا الحقيقة فقط ويعرفوا الحق

ويخرجوا أنفسهم من زمرةالمتعصبين بالباطل ،

وأنا لا أرضى لأحد أن يتعصب لي أبدا

إذا أخطأت فليقل لي من

وقف لي على خطأ أخطأت .

بارك الله فيكم

ولا يتعصب لأحد هذا أو ذاك ،

لا يتعصب لخطأ ابن تيمية ولا ابن عبد الوهاب

ولا لأحمد بن حنبل ولا للشافعي ولا لأحد

إنما حماسه للحق واحترامه للحق

ويجب أن يكره الخطأ ويكره الباطل

My advice to you is that you study.  When a person is spoken about, that you learn about him.  And that you take the statements of those who examine critically and understand them (those statements).  And that you are certain about their (the statements) reliability.

So when that becomes clear to you, then let a person judge from the starting point of carefulness and conviction, not from blind following this one or that one, nor from blind  partisanship to this one or that one.  And leave the personalities of So-and-so and So-and-so. 

Take this as a fundamental principle and spread it to these opposers only so that they can understand the reality and know the truth and so they can extract themselves from the group of blind partisanship to falsehood.

And I am not pleased that anyone has blind partisanship towards me, ever.

If I make a mistake then let someone say something to me who will stop me from the mistake in which I have erred – baarakallahu feekum.

And do not have blind partisanship for this one nor that one – do not have blind partisanship for a mistake of Ibn Taymiyyah, nor Ibn Abdul Wahhaab, nor for (the mistake of) Ahmad ibn Hanbal, nor Ash-Shaafi’ee, nor anyone.

One’s enthusiasm is for the ttuth, and one’s reverence is for the truth. And it is obligatory for a person to dislike error and falsehood.

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