Jareer ad-Dabbee (d. 188H): The Saying of the Jahmites Begins as Honey and Ends as Poison - They Are Attempting To Say 'There is No Deity Above the Heaven'
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Jareer ad-Dabbee, the Muhaddith of ar-Rayy (d. 188H)

Yahyaa bin al-Mugheerah said: I heard Jareer bin Abdul-Hameed saying:

The speech of the Jahmiyyah, its beginning is honey and its end is poison. They are attempting to say, "There is no deity above the heaven."

The likes of this has preceded from Hammaad bin Zayd.

Source: "Mukhtasar al-Uluww" of adh-Dhahabee (p. 151)

Comment: May Allaah have mercy upon this noble scholar for these words could not be more true for anyone who understands the the hidden motives and secrets behind much of the speech of the Jahmites.

See also:

  • Ayyub as-Sakhtiyaanee (d. 131H) - see here
  • Hammaad bin Zayd (d. 179H) - see here
  • Abbaad bin al-Awaam (d. 185H) - see here
  • Jareer ad-Dabbee (d. 188H) - see here
  • Abdur-Rahmaan bin Mahdee (d. 198H) - see here
  • Wahb bin Jareer (d. 206H) - see here
  • Sa'eed bin Aamir ad-Dab'ee (d. 206H) - see here
  • Abu Ma'mar al-Qatee'ee (d. 236H) - see here

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