The People Of Innovation Hating The People Of Hadeeth

Ahmad Ibn Sinaan Al-Qattaan said:

“There is no innovator in this world except that he detests the Ahlul-Hadeeth (the people of hadeth). So when a man innovates (into the religion) the sweetness of the hadeeth is removed from his heart.” [Sharf Ashaabil Hadeeth, p.73]

Aboo Nasr Ibn Salaam Al-Faqeeh said:

“There is nothing more severe (burdensome) upon the Ahlul-Ilhaad (the people of deviation) and nothing is more detestable to them than listening to the hadeeth and its being mentioned with its chain of narration.” [Sharf Ashaabil Hadeeth, p.73]

Al-Haakim said:

“I heard Shaykh Aboo Bakr Ahmad Ibn Ishaaq Ibn Ayyoob Al-Faqeeh while he was arguing with a man. Shaykh Aboo Bakr said, ‘So and so narrated to us…’ and the man said to him, ‘Enough of the one who narrated to us! Up until when will he narrate to us?!

So the shaykh said to him, ‘Stand up (and leave), O Kaafir! And it is not permissible for you, after this, to enter my house ever again.’ Then he turned to us and said, ‘I have never said to anyone, ‘Do not enter my house’ except to this (man).‘ ” [At-Tabaqaat of As-Subkee, 3/10]

Aboo Haatim Ar-Raazee said:

“The sign of Ahlul Bid’ah (the people of innovation) is that they attack those who cling to the narrations.” [Usool Al-‘Itiqaad, 2/179]


2 Responses to “The People Of Innovation Hating The People Of Hadeeth”

  1. burnoktober Says:

    Reblogged this on Mess of a dreamer.

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