Having Good Manners When Forbidding The Evil


Shaykh ‘Abdullaah ‘Azzaam said:

“Commanding the good and forbidding the evil requires a person who loves the people; a person who looks at the bigger picture; a person with a gentle tongue. Do not come to one and say, ‘I hate you for the sake of Allaah because you do this or that.

Are you not able to say, instead, ‘I love you for the sake of Allaah, my brother. Howevr, I saw a simple and small mistake from you.’”

[Fee Dhilaal Soorah At-Tawbah, p.75]

One Response to “Having Good Manners When Forbidding The Evil”

  1. Ibrahim Ahmed Muhamed Says:

    Mashaalah. Ths has really taught me alot. Simply the Knowledge I needed. Jazakallah.

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