It is said about the people of whims and desires, that no respect nor honour is to be extended to them.
It has been narrated that you said the prayers and salutations upon the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) during the second [part of the] khutbah is an innovation; so is this correct?
I am asking about the congregational supplication after the prayer, where the imaam supplicates and the rest [of the congregation] respond [by saying] ‘aameen’. [Does Allaah] respond to the supplication done in this manner?
Is it permissible to recite soorah al-Faatihah whilst supplicating, or at the end of the supplication? And is that [considered to be] an innovation?
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.