Differences of Opinion Amongst the Scholars
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 Differences Of Opinion Amongst The Scholars
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Contents – DIFFERENCES OF OPINION AMONGST THE SCHOLARS

  • Transliteration Table  4
  • Biography of Shaykh Muhammad ibn S_aalih Al-‘Uthaymeen  6
  • Introduction  9
    • The First Cause: The relevant evidence was not known to the scholar
  • who erred in his judgment  18
    • The Second Cause: The relevant fladeeth is known to the scholar,
  • but he does not have any confidence in it’s narrator and regards it to be
  • in contradiction to a stronger evidence, so he holds on to that which he
  • believes is stronger  21
    • The Third Cause: The fladeeth was known to the scholar but he did ,
  • not recollect it  23
    • The Fourth Cause: The scholar is aware of the evidence but understands
  • it incorrectly  26
    • The Fifth Cause: The scholar is aware of the fladeeth but it is in
  • actual fact abrogated  31
    • The Sixth Cause: The scholar believes that the particular evidence
  • in question conflicts with either a stronger text or a consensus of the
  • scholars  33
    • The Seventh Cause: The scholar gives a ruling on the basis of a
  • weak fladeeth, or his argumentation and deduction is poor  37
  • Our Stance Towards the Differences Amongst the Scholars  40

Biography of Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih. Al­ ‘Uthaymeen

  • His lineage: He is Aboo ‘Abdullaah, Muhammad ibn Saalih ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Uthaymeen al-Wuhaybee at-Tameemee.
  • His birth: He was born in the town of ‘Unayzah on the 27th of the blessed month of Ramactaan in the year 1347 H.
  • His early life: He recited the Noble Qur’aan with his maternal grandfather ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Sulaymaan Aal Daamigh, ra/Jjmahullaah. He first memorised the entire Qur’aan, and then continued to seek knowledge. He learned writing, arithmetic and other disciplines. Also two students of Shaykh ‘Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sa’dee, rafl.imahullaah, took up the task of teaching small chil­ dren; one of them was Shaykh ‘Alee a -Saalihee, and the other was Shaykh Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul-‘ Azeez al-Mutawwa’, rab.imahumullaah under whom Shaykh lbn ‘Uthaymeen studied the abridgement of al- ‘Aqeedatul-Waasitiyyah of Shaykh ‘Abdur­ Rahmaan as-Sa’dee, and Minhaajus-Saalikeen in Fiqh, also by Shaykh ‘Abdur-Rahmaan and al-Ajroomiyyah and al-A(fiyyah.

He studied fiqh and the laws of inheritance with Shaykh ‘Abdur­ Rahmaan ibn ‘Alee ibn ‘Awdaan. With Shaykh ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Na ir as-Sa’dee, who is considered his first Shaykh, since he remained with him for some time, he studied tawb_e ed , tafseer, b_a deeth, fiqh, the principles of jiqh (u5..oolul-fiqh), laws of inherit­ ance, sciences of b.adeeth , Arabic Grammar (nab.w) and morphol­ ogy (J_arf).

Indeed the noble Shaykh was highly regarded by Shaykh ‘Abdur­ Rahmaan, rab.imahullaah, and when Shaykh Muhammad’s father moved to Riyadh he initially expressed a desire that his son should do likewise. However Shaykh ‘Abdur-Rahmaan as -Sa’ dee, rab.imahullaah, wrote to him: “This is not possible, rather we hope

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