Righteous actions are only according to righteous intentions, and a good intention does not make something which is futile correct. This is because intentions alone cannot make an action correct, but rather complying with the Sharee’ah (Prescribed Laws) must be added to that.
Who can be a more bigger fool than one who fools others for the sake of fooling, without realizing that it is he himself who is being fooled because he cannot fool those two angels who write down every hasanaat (good deeds) and every sayi’aat (bad deeds) both major and minor of every individual, day in and day out.
A response in poetry by Imam of the Haram in Macca, Shaikh Saud Ash-Shuraim denouncing Kashgari, the one who wrote disrespecting tweets about Allah’s Messenger Muhammed (salallahu alaihi wasallam).
Referring the matter of Celebrating Eid Milad un-Nabi we find that:
The Qur’an says Nothing about it.
The Sunnah says Nothing about it.
The Sahabas said/did Nothing about it.
The Great Imaams said/did Nothing about it.
Ibn ‘Abbas says about the verse, “Remember Allah during the well known days,” that it refers to the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah.
It splits the Muslims and causes division in their ranks. They are the most in need of unity and they need to keep away from division, discord and too much gossip amongst themselves, especially when the daa’iyahs who are being slandered are from among the Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa’ah who are well known for their opposition to bid’ah (innovation) and myth, and for standing up against those who promote such things, and for exposing their plots and tricks. We see no benefit to be gained by such actions, except for the enemies who lie in wait for opportunities to harm the Muslims, such as the kaafirs, hypocrites and followers of bid’ah and misguidance.