When Differences Must Be Set Aside—and How

The shaikh, Dr. Muḥammad ibn Ghālib Al-ʿUmarī, may Allāh protect him, said:

You differ with your brother on a number of [different] topics—this is something [to be expected both] realistically and rationally.

And given that your differences with him are in matters about which various opinions can be [legitimately] formed, are within the range of what’s reasonable, and are far from personal, [illegitimate] desires, then it is highly feasible—religiously and rationally—for friendship, love, and compassion to remain between the two of you.

But this matter requires having an open mind, giving others the benefit of the doubt, having a clear heart, and being easy to get along with.

Source: twitter.com/m_g_alomari. 26 Dec 23.