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Statements of Some of The Kibaarul Ulamaa

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy

Al-Allaamah Hammaad Al-Ansaari (rahimahullaah) stated:

“The Sahaabah never differed in Aqeedah; rather the differing (in Aqeedah) took place after them.” [1]

Al-Allaamah Saaleh Al-Luhaydaan (may Allaah preserve him) was asked about the one who says that the sahaabah differed in aqeedah; so he said: [“أستغفر الله  –  none says this except a Mubtadi Daal (i.e. an  innovator, astray one). [2]


Al-Allaamah Ahmad Bin Yahyah An-Najmi (rahimahullaah) was asked about the one who says that the Sahaabah differed in Aqeedah; so he replied: “The one who says that the sahaabah differed in Aqeedah should support his speech with evidences; otherwise he is a liar, false accuser…. [3]

The Shaikh (rahimahullaah) also said:

Has lying and false accusation been made easy for the utterer (of this statement) to such a level: Falsely accusing the Companions of the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallaam)?! [4]

The Shaikh (rahimahullaah) also said:

”Indeed this speaker who says that the Sahaabah differed in Aqeedah–it is obligated on him to keep quiet and should be prevented from speaking about Aqeedah; because he is ignorant about it.” [5]

The Shaikh (rahimahullaah) also said:

As for differing in the rulings pertaining to subsidiary issues of (the religion) based on Ijtihaad, then this did occur between the Sahaabah and each of them stated what he saw to be the truth, and none amongst them found fault with anyone. Not a single one of them reproached the one who was in opposition to him; but the aim of this speaker–false accuser–is to pave the way for the differing of hizbiyyah (i.e. to find room– by way of this false claim–for the differing of the people of illegal partisanship against the sound Manhaj positions of the Salafis). And he has established against himself that he is a hizbi…. [6]

Ref 1: Source: Al-Majmoo’ah Fee Tarjimah Al-Allaamah Al-Muhaddith Hammaad Al-Ansaari 2/492: Mas’alah Number 124)

Ref 2: Clarification: The Muta-aalim (Pseudo Shaikh Asim Al-Hakeem) has not been declared an innovator; rather this is a general ruling and not specific to anyone until the evidence is established against such an individual. However, it shows the severity of Asim’s devilish insinuations and ignorance.

Refs 3, 4, 5 & 6; see Al-Fataawa Al-Jaliyyah Vol2: Page: 104–108: question number 63]


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