Imam al-Albāni [d. 1999 CE] – "This is the method employed by our scholars who are proficient in the science of Ḥadith. That they report the narrations with the corresponding Isnād [chain of narrators] so that one may determine the authenticity of the narration, and thus, discern the Saḥiḥ narration from the Da'eef, by utilising knowledge … Continue reading Imam al-Albāni [d. 1999 CE] – Affirmation of the authenticity of the narration is not limited to it being reported within the work of a known scholar. Examination of the Isnād is imperative.
Ibn al-Shiḥnah al-Ḥanafi [d. 815 AH] – "If the ḥadith is authentic, yet it's contrary to the view of the Madhḥab [Ḥanafi school], then act upon the authentic ḥadith; this will be your methodology, and the one [acting upon the authentic narration contrary to the view of the Ḥanafi school] is still regarded a Ḥanafi, because it … Continue reading Ibn al-Shiḥnah al-Ḥanafi [d. 815 AH] – The Ḥanafi stance on following authentic narrations that are contrary to the view of Imam Abu Ḥanifah
Naasir al-Qifaari – "a faction from the classical and contemporary researchers have affirmed that ['Abdullah] ibn Saba' was the foundation of the Shi'i motion, and the first brick in its structure; corroboratively reported in both Sunni and Shi'a books in the same manner." Footnote: "For instance, Ibn Taymiyyah considers Ibn Saba' to be the first … Continue reading Ibn Saba’ was the originator of the Heterodoxical Beliefs of The Shi’a