لا تُفرّط في نصرة التوحيد وأهله ولو بكلمة

 لا تُفرّط في نصرة التوحيد وأهله ولو بكلمة
ولا تُهَوّن من نصرة الشرك وأهله ولو بنفخة

 

 الهدهد
بَرِئ من الشرك وأهله؛ وعَظّم التوحيد بكلمات معدودات.
صنّفته في عُدْوَة التوحيد وأهله؛ونهى النبي ﷺ عن قتله.
وعصم دمه إلى يوم القيامة.

 والوَزَغ
نَفَخ نفخة لا تُغني شيئاً في تأجيج النار التي أُلقِي فيها إبراهيم عليه السلام؛
لكنّها صَنّفته في عُدْوَةِ الشرك وأهله؛وجعلته في صف أعداء التوحيد وأهله.
فهُدِر دَمُه إلى يوم القيامة
وصار في قتله أجرا

العمل يَعظُم ولو كان في عينك صغيرا حين يَرتبط بالتوحيد ونُصرة أهله

 والجريمةُ تَكبر ولو كانت في عينك صغيرة حين ترتبط بالشرك ونُصرة أهله.

 

 فلا تُطِع مَنْ يُزَهِّد بدعوة التوحيد ويَشْنَأ أهله.
أو يُهَوّن مِنْ خطر الشرك بكافة أنواعه ويُميّعه ويُجادل عن أهله.

‏📝Shaikh Abu Muhammed al Maqdisi:

‏Do not be negligent in supporting #Tawheed and its people even if by a single word, and do not belittle supporting Shirk (polytheism) and its people even if by a breath.

‏The #hoopoe bird denounced Shirk and its people, and glorified #Tawheed with a few words.
‏So it was categorized as being upon the shores of #Tawheed and its people, and the Prophet ﷺ forbade killing it, making its blood prohibited to be spilled until the Day of Resurrection.

‏The #gecko lizard blew a small ineffective breath for stirring up the flames of fire into which Ibrahim عليه السلام was thrown. But it got categorized as being upon the shores of Shirk and its people, and was placed amongst the ranks of the enemies of #Tawheed and its people. And so its blood is spilled as waste until the Day of Resurrection, and killing it has become a rewardable deed.

‏The deed becomes great even if it is small in your eyes, when it gets connected to #Tawheed and support for its people.

‏Likewise, a crime becomes great even if it is small in your eyes, when it gets connected to Shirk and support for its people.

‏Do not obey those who abstain from the call of #Tawheed and opposes its people, or belittles the danger of Shirk in all its forms and dilute and dispute in favour of its people.

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