Tag: Muqallidīn

Refuting the Errors of the Muqallidīn and Madh`habīn (Blind Imitators and Blind Followers of Madhhabs)

As for the one who has alleged the permissibility of blind imitation, he stands as one who has made an unverified claim for which it is incumbent that he provides evidence. Imām Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī al-Shawkānī [d. 1250 AH] Part 1: The Impermissibility of Blind Following Part 2: The Misinterpretation of Evidences to Support Blind Following Part 3: Allegiance to the Prophet (ﷺ) Supersedes the Opinions of Men Part 4: Examples of the Salaf in Differing with Their Imams When Shariʿāh Evidence Required Such Part 5: Refuting the Claim: Differing Is but a Mercy Part 6: The Balanced Atharī Approach of...

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