lol you seem to have scorched your palms at the same fireplace as myself. -- let's work it out from the other end: Which madhhab says that common people can be given a carte blanche permission to go to any masjid of their choosing - all year round - and should not even be tasked with knowing the differences between the different firaq that infest ther locality? If there is such a madhhab - does it include shia, rawafid, ahbash etc. in the ambit of their permission or does it exclude some? If it does, what criteria does it use for this exclusion? If we are to exempt people from learning about certain kinds of deviances while obligating them to learn about others - based on the "complexity " of the issue or the "incompetence" of the laymen - what are the bases for this? I mean objective standards. Knowing the effects of company on people's psyche, how does the said madhab prevent people from being indoctrinated with deviant ideas? Is there any historical community where people intermingled with deviants at mosques and yet were successfully able to preserve their congregation from going astray? How does this madhhab reply to the vast heresiological literature which is replete with dire warnings against mingling with, honoring and befriending deviants? How can all these things mentioned in point#6 be prevented if people are allowed to visit deviants all year round? If a proponent of this madhhab is labelled sulh kull by muftis of another madhhab - does the latter group of muftis deserve scorn and censure for following their own madhhab?