Scholar: ´Allâmah Muqbil bin Hâdî al-Wâdi´î
Shaykh Muqbil: As for the statemen:
“The one whose teacher is the book will have more wrongs than rights”,
it applies if he does not choose a good book. An example of that is that he buys Abûl-Layth as-Samarqandî’s “Tanbîh-ul-Ghâfilîn” or “Rawdh-ul-Fâ’iq fîr-Raqâ’iq”. The same is true if he were to buy books that are written by Sa’îd Hawwâ or Hizbiyyûn such as ‘Abdullâh ‘Azzâm and others.
If one does not choose a good book, then it is true that one’s wrongs will be more than (one’s) rights. However, if he were to make the right choice of book, then he has to have more rights than wrongs.