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the thing is that most people will backbite at some point, usually unintentionally.

Plus, this Hadith contradicts a lot of teachings regarding Allah’s mercy. 

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The Shaykh says, “Ghiība eats good deeds”, means that Ghiība invalidates all the good actions that one has performed or that the sin of Ghiība exceeds the rewards he has accumulated from the past good deeds, or that the deeds of back-biter are transferred to the scroll of deeds of the one about whom he has back-bited."

Any authentication for this bold part? 

Edited by Dhulfikar

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in story of Moses and Pharaoh when pharaoh at last moment that he will be died repents but his repents does not accepted because when he see all signs of God before that moment from moses his repentance not accepted and enterd to the hell. 

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Salaam everyone backbiting a unjust ruler or a bad person  is not backbiting please read in hadiths what really backbiting is if we say lanat on yazeed or say bad words against him it is not backbiting, backbiting has forms not everything is backbiting if someone is good and you say he is bad then you are backbiting but if someone is so bad and is anti Islam and you say that he is bad then its no problem to say that

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Ghībah (Arabic: غِیبَة, backbiting) is speaking maliciously about someone in his absence. It is one the major sins in Islam which have been prohibited explicitly. The Qur'anhas drawn an analogy between backbiting and the abhorrent act of eating the flesh of one's dead brother. In hadiths it is described as more sinful than fornication. Other than backbiting, listening to it is also haram (forbidden). Ghibah is considered as violation of haqq al-nas (right of the people) so repentance from this sin depends on forgiveness from the one who was backbitten. Hadiths have counted various consequences and punishment for backbiter such as: transference of the good deed of the backbiter to the backbitten person and transference of the sins of the backbitten person to the backbiter.

Kashf al-riba 'an ahkam al-ghiba (book)



Kashf al-riba 'an ahkam al-ghiba
Author Al-Shahid al-Thani
Original title کَشفُ الرّیبَة عَن اَحکام الغیبَة
Language Arabic
Subject fiqh and ethics
Publisher Beirut: Dar al-Adwa'

Kashf al-rība ʿan aḥkām al-ghība (Arabic: کَشفُ الرّیبَة عَن اَحکام الغیبَة, lit.: Resolving the doubt in the rulings of backbiting) is an ethical and jurisprudential book in Arabic authored by Zayn al-Din b. 'Ali al-Juba'i al-Amili, known as al-Shahid al-Thani (the Second Martyr) (d. 966/1559). The book concerns Ghiba (backbiting) —its definition, kinds, and its laws in Islam, as well as hadiths and ethical issues in this regard. The work has always been a center of attentions in subsequent works —many great scholars of fiqh have appealed to it in their discussions, writing commentaries and notes on it, as well as translations and summaries. Al-Shahid al-Thani later wrote another book called Mustathnayat al-ghiba (exceptions of ghiba —cases where backbiting is legitimate) which is, according to Aqa Buzurg Tihrani in his al-Dhari'a, to make up for some issues that were absent in Kashf al-riba.


Kashf Al-Reeba An Ahkam Al-Gheeba, Removing Doubts From Gheeba Rulings

A text focusing completely on the topic of Gheebah (backbiting). Using the Qur'an and aHadeeth it describes the different types of Gheebah, makes distinction between the permissible and impermissible Gheebah, explains the consequences of engaging in it and describes methods of preventing ourselves from it.

Kashf Al-Reeba An Ahkam Al-Gheeba, Removing Doubts From Gheeba Rulings By The First Martyr By Sheikh Taqi ad-Dīn Ibrahim son of Ali al-`Amili Translated from the Arabic By Yasin T. al-Jibouri Published by Ansariyan Publications
Edited by Ashvazdanghe

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