Hello, Mr. Mahmoud,
I see eye to eye with you according to what Michael Swan says in Practical English Usage, page 492:
"would rather: past tense with present or future meaning
* We can use would rather to say that a person would prefer somebody to do
something. We use a special structure with a past tense.
° would rather + subject + past tense
I'd rather you went home now.
Tomorrow's difficult I'd rather you came next weekend.
My wife would rather we didn't see each other any more.
Shall I open a window?~ I'd rather you didn't.
*A present tense or present subjunctive is possible (e.g. I'd rather he goes / he go
home now), but unusual.
* To talk about past actions, a past perfect tense is possible.
I'd rather you hadn't done that
° However, this kind of idea is usually expressed with I wish (see 630).
/ wish you hadn't done that.
* In older English, had rather was used in the same way as would rather. This
structure is still found in grammars, but it is not normally used."