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Jamaat Tableegh And The Deobandis

Jamaat Tableegh And The Deobandis

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Acknowledgements
I sincerely thank Shaikh Ataa Allah Dervi in helping me compile this book, andproviding direct references from his vast collection of
Urdu
books authored by the
Deobandis
. Shaikh Ataa Allah Dervi, who is an Imam of a
 Masjid
in Sharajah hashimself conducted a deep research on the beliefs and the view of the
Deobandis
andhas authored three books on the subject.I also like to thank all the brothers, who have in some way or the other been part ofgetting this book published, especially, Br. Amin Qazi, Br. Mohd. NajeebMuhammadi, Br. Nadeem A. Gani, Br. Faizal Rakhangi and Br. Ayaz Qazi.Last but not least, I thank my wife for providing support in the research, developmentand editing of this book and being a driving force behind the completion of thisproject.Sajid Abdul KayumCompleted: Ramadaan 1422 / November 2001
Copyright Notice:
This book may be printed, distributed in any form; print orelectronic, provided there is absolutely no alteration in its text.Version 1.02 Last Updated: 27 Nov 2001
 
 
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Foreword
Indeed, all praise is due to Allah, we praise Him, seek His aid and ask His forgiveness. e seek Allahs refugefrom the evil of ourselves and the evils of our actions. He, whom Allah guides, none can misguide him, and hewhom Allah allows to be misguided, none can guide him. I bear witness that none has the right to be worshiped(in truth) except Allah alone, having no partners and I bear witness that Prophet Muhammad , is His slave andMessenger. May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger of Allah , his family and hisCompanions .The
 Jamaat Tableegh
is the well-known group, whose members travel from
 Masjid
to
 Masjid
for fixed number ofdays, following a pre-defined syllabus. Their activities center mainly upon readings from the
Fazaail-e-Aamaal
 (also known as
Tableeghi Nisaab
) and gathering others to join them in their activities. In general, they stick to non-controversial issues and claim that their sole aim is to encourage people towards following the religion bymentioning the virtues of different acts of worship.They claim to have no affiliation with any group or party, but in reality, they are adherents to the
Deobandi
 School of thought  which is a sub-sect of
Sufism
and has its origins in the Indian subcontinent. The
Deobandis
arethe bearers of many extreme
Sufi
beliefs, which are clearly reflected in the
 Jamaat Tableegh
, its methodology and
Dawah
.The
 Jamaat Tableegh
puts a lot of emphasis upon traveling for
Dawah
, which is one of their six fundamentals.Their
Dawah
groups are headed by appointed
 Amirs
or group leaders, who are responsible for giving speechesand teaching their fellow members. These
 Amirs
are for most part ignorant and extremely careless when quotingthe Quraan and the Sunnah. It is seen very often that they base their
Dawah
upon stories, experiences andsayings of their elders.The undocumented actions of the ignorant
 Amirs
and workers of the
 Jamaat Tableegh
are a major reason behindthe spread of many false beliefs and concepts. However, we shall base our analysis of the subject purely uponwhat has been mentioned in their books and writings and thus leave the
Deobandis
and the
 Jamaat Tableegh
tospeak for themselves.Most of the quotations of the
Deobandis
are from books published for the ordinary reader like,
Fazaail-e-Aamaal
orfrom books translated into English. These quotations will show how the
 Jamaat Tableegh
has been instrumental inspreading
Sufism
and its deviant concepts under the garb of virtues and obedience.The
Fazaail-e-Aamaal
is the one and only book that is read and re-read at every gathering of the
 Jamaat Tableegh
.Never is any authoritative
Tafseer 
of the Quraan read from, nor any book of authentic Hadeeth. Even
Riyaadh as-Saliheen
that is read by the Arab members of this
 Jamaat
is never read amongst the non-Arab circles.Amr Ibn Qais as-Sakoni said: I went with my father in a delegation to Muawiyah . I heard a man (AbdullahIbn Amr) giving a speech to people, and saying: Some signs of the Last Hour are when the evil ones are incontrol and the pious ones are controlled; when actions and adherence are non-existing, and sayings (withoutactions) are posted; and to read al-
 Mathnah
to people, none of them refutes or tries to change it. He was asked:hat is al-
 Mathnah
 He said, hatever is written, other than the Book of Allah, the Mighty ne.
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 It is claimed that this book because of the simplicity of approach is most suitable for the reformation of themasses. Yet, the fact remains that even those who have spent a lifetime in this
 Jamaat
hardly understand many ofthe
Sufi
concepts that the author,
 Moulana
Zakariyah Kandhalvi, has filled it with.As the discussion in this book will highlight, the mistakes of the
 Jamaat Tableegh
are not limited to minor issues,or in their specifying three days or forty days or the
Khurooj
, etc., but in
 Aqeedah
(belief) and
Ittiba
(following theway of Allahs Messenger ). In the course of this book, we shall also see many examples of self-contradictionsin the beliefs of the
Deobandis
, which is a sign of falsehood (
Batil
) as the Quraan says:
o they then considerthe rn crelly d it een rom other thn Allh, they wold hve ond therein mch
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al-Hakim.

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