From the correct understanding and etiquette of honouring our parents and being dutiful to them is that we do not argue with our sisters and brothers, nor raise our voice in the presence of our parents…
If you see a man arguing, then [know that] he loves leadership.
‘Abdullaah ibn Wahb al-Hammaam entered, and heard a reciter [of the Qur.aan] read…
If Allaah intends evil for the people [due to their wicked character], He opens for them [the door to] argumentation and denies them [righteous] action[s].
«Do not acquire knowledge in order to compete with the scholars, nor to argue with the ignorant, nor to gain mastery over the gatherings. Since whoever does that, then: The Fire! The Fire!»
The wise man does not argue or seek to overcome with stratagem rather he propagates his wisdom. If it is accepted he praises Allaah and if it is rejected he praises Allaah.
Do not sit with the people of innovation and desires, nor argue with them, nor listen to them.