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Difference between advising and shaming
Difference Between Advising and Shaming



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Difference Between Advising and Shaming


Difference between advising and shaming provides essential detail in discussing key points dealing with differences that arise between the People of Sunnah, and the manners and etiquette one should acquire when differing occurs. He beautifully illustrates the difference between advising that is encouraged, and shaming that is not permitted – two topics that often become tangled and misunderstood. The author thus explains the characteristics of sincere advice and censure with a depth of clarity that will no doubt bring benefit to all, particularly those involved in active da’wah.

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ISBN: 978-1-904336-04-2 SKU: CH106RAJAB Category: Brand:
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From the back of the book\ Difference Between Advising and Shaming

This work also lays down some guiding principles when preparing criticisms and refutations. It makes clear that such ideal precepts apply to the People of Sunnah; and as far as the People of Innovation and desires are concerned, then these principles do not apply to them. This is because the former group is recognized for following the truth, being merciful to the creation, and desiring their guidance, reform, and all kinds of goodness. They never intend any harm, but rather make falsehood known by stemming ignorance through reasoning and dialogue in clarifying the truth – they enjoin the good and forbid the evil and strive in making the Word of Allah uppermost.

Dr. Salih ibn Sa’d al-Suhaymi provides beneficial commentary for the important points covered in this book, bringing greater relevancy to our modern context.

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Weight .33 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 1 × 5.5 cm

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