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Benefit: Shaykh Rabīʿ: "I am not the Imām of Jarḥ wa Taʿdīl" The Humility of a Scholar

In the Name of Allāh, the Ever Merciful, the Bestower of Mercy

In the past, the great scholar of ḥadīth, Shaykh Rabīʿ' ibn Hādī al-Madkhalī issued some statements in regards to him being called, "Imām of Jarḥ wa Taʿdīl" and being considered a scholar. The noble shaykh, following in the footsteps of great scholars who preceeded him like Imām al-Albānī (who called himself a طُويلب -  [just] a small student), negated scholarship for himself and showed dislike for being praised. This is a characterstic of humilty and follows in the way of the Salaf - humility, hating being elevated etc. Naturally, those with sinister objectives sought to utilise this speech to infer that Shaykh Rabīʿ is not an Imām, not a scholar, and not fit to critique (ahl al-bidʿah), hoping to dismiss every criticism ever levied by this noble scholar. In this benefit, our brother Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik sheds light on this sinister behaviour. In addition, Abū Khadījah recently blogged "Is Shaykh Rabīʿ a Scholar of this Era?" Pay attention to this audio clip and the blog posting. The people of trickery and deception never cease in their attempts to confuse.


Tags: Rabīʿ ibn Hādī, Abū al-Ḥasan Mālik, Scholars

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RT @1MMeducation: @abdul4455_com حتى لا يوجه المغفلون كلام العلامة مقبل بن هادي رحمه الله غير التوجيه الصحيح المقصود فلا يدخل في هذا الكلام…

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RT @AbuKhadeejahSP: Shaikh Ibn Bāz was asked: “The one who praises Ahlul-Bid’ah and extols them, is he counted among them?” He replied:…

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RT @hikmahpubs: For Allāh to accept any act of worship there are 3 requirements: 1. Islam = Quran 3:85 2. Sincerity = 18:110 3. Adherence…

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