[Striving in the pursuit of] people’s satisfaction is an unattainable goal, and [instead], striving to guide them is a good deed that should not be neglected.
Lying for the sake of Da’wah
Is it permissible to lie for the sake of da’wah to Allaah?
No, you’re not a scholar, but you have some knowledge
And don’t say “I am not a scholar.” Yes, you are not a scholar, but you have [some] knowledge.
No, don’t remain quiet
[When] I am in some gatherings, there are some people who are influenced by some of the misguided callers [to Islaam] – whom the scholars have warned against…
Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen advises
Swarm the people of falsehood on the internet [to respond to their falsehood with sound knowledge]…
A Wahabi Christian!
So some of his students said: ‘it appears the teacher is a Wahhaabee!
After just two sittings
From that which I witnessed of my brother, and my Shaykh, Sa’eed ibn ‘Alee Wahf al-Qahtaanee, was that whilst he was sedated in the National Guard Hospital in Jeddah, he was keen on giving da’wah.
After [the rank of] Prophethood, I do not know of a rank better than conveying knowledge.
Remaining silent about falsehood
If the people remain silent about falsehood, the truth will disappear…
In recognition of their service to Islaam
After he finished working at al-Jaami’ah al-Islaamiyyah [in Madeenah], Saudi Arabia [continued to] pay al-‘Allaamah al-Albaanee a salary for the rest of his life.