Whoever hears of an innovation, then he must not relate it to his companions; he must not relay it [out of fear it may settle] in their hearts.
That I should sit with pigs is more beloved to me than to sit with anyone from the people of innovation.
If you spoke to a man about the Sunnah, and he said [to you] ‘Spare us from this [speech], and [just] tell us about the Book of Allaah’, then know that he is misguided.
Ishaaq al-Fazaaree – a man of Sunnah – was the one who disciplined the people of ath-Thughar and taught them the Sunnah. And if an innovator entered ath-Thughar, he would oust him [to protect the people of ath-Thughar from his innovation].
He who follows his desires is prohibited from guidance, and falls into opposing the Sharee’ah, and [as a result] is a cause of splitting the jamaa’ah.