Q. In Bangladesh, the Qoumi Ulama-Keraam are the supporters of Shura-e-Nezaam of Tablig Jamaat. They have totally rejected the Sa’d group members who are described as the ‘ITA’ATI GROUP’ in Bangladesh.
One of my friends is a supporter of the Sa’d group. But his parents are with the Shura-eNezaam of the Tablig Jamaat. His parents are very much upset with him due to his being with the Sa’d group.
Considering both groups are the same, is it permissible for the son /daughter to be an active member / supporter of the Sa’d group, thus upsetting the parents? Will the son / daughter be guilty of disobeying the parents?
A. The better and correct option is not to be a supporter of any of the two Tablighi Jamaat factions. Both factions are astray and soiled with ghulu’ (haraam extremism). Nafsaaniyat has gripped them, and is directing both groups. They are prepared to kill each other.
In this corrupt haraam scenario the safety of one’s Imaan and Akhlaaq is to steer clear of both groups. Do not participate in their shenanigans. You may sit in the bayaans of any group without being a supporter of either group.
The son / daughter will be guilty of sin for disobeying the orders of parents who prohibit their child from being a supporter of either faction. In this case it is not an issue of Haqq versus Baatil. It is a case of nafs versus nafs, and both groups are astray.
When Jihaad is not Fardh-e-Ain, then for even this great and wonderful Ibaadat, the son may not embark on it without the consent of his parents.
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) himself had refused consent for participation in Jihaad out of consideration for parents. If any parent refuses permission, then it will be haraam to participate in a Jihaad which is not Fardh-eAin. Relative to Jihaad, the Tabligh Jamaat as it stands today, has absolutely no Shar’i status.
It is haraam to participate in its activities without parental consent.


Q. Should da’wat to nonMuslims be done by giving them translations of the Qur’aan?
A. Islam should not be propagated to nonMuslims by means of distributing translations of the Qur’aan Shareef. This is the method of the Christian missionaries who distribute bibles. Furthermore, non-Muslims are liable to gain a distorted picture of Islam from the many Verses which command hatred and killing of the kuffaar. Since there is no tafseer of these aayaat in the translations, they will gain a negative attitude towards Islam. Also, non-Muslims will desecrate the Qur’aan Majeed. Non-Muslims should be given simple and concise articles which explain Islam. When an opportunity develops, explain Islam to them as best as you are able to. Never debate with them about the falsity of their religions. Only explain Islam and its beauties. It is necessary to understand that hidaayat comes from only Allah Ta’ala. A non-Muslim will embrace Islam only if Allah Ta’ala wills Imaan for him. While we should make the effort, it does not follow that our efforts will succeed. It depends entirely on the decree of Allah Ta’ala. Even the Ambiya could not grant hidaayat.
Allah Ta’ala, addressing Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) in the Qur’aan Majeed, says: “Verily, you (O Muhammad!) can not guide those whom you love. But Allah guides whomever He wills, and He knows best who has to be guided.”


Question. The recent trend among the Ulama (I mean no disrespect to Ulama) is to have special Ulama programs when senior pi-ous Aalims come to our shores, where presuma-bly, they, like Christian priests, discuss what in-formation to keep from the Ummah. Otherwise it makes no sense because Ulama get the same Deeni knowledge when they study surely.
If the aim is to get real piety and taqwa like our Akaabereen (Senior Ula-ma) of the past, then this can’t be achieved in one special ulama program. To achieve this, if they lack it, what they should do is go and spend 6 months – 6 years in their khanqaas or longer.
Did Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi was-sallam) do this, i.e. did he restrict knowledge for only the Senior Sahaa-bah ? Did the Akaabireen such as Maulana Nanot-wi, Maulana Rashid Ah-mad Gangohi and Maula-na Ashraf Ali Thanvi have special bayaans for Ulama?
At the recent Islaahi Jalsah in Durban, even youngster molvis gave talks, and sadly there was separate food arranged for the “ulama” and the awaam (the ordinary folk). Please comment.
We have already com-mented in some detail in our recent article on this topic. It is available on our website. Neverthe-less, we shall complement our earlier comment with an article which had been published some time ago.
Some decades ago when Hadhrat Masihullah ( rahmatullah alayh ) was requested by Maulana Abdul Haq Omarjee ( rahmatullah alayh ) to convene a special pro-gram for the Ulama, he refused. It simply was not the tareeqah of our Akaabir Ulama to have bayaans exclusively for the Ulama or the so-called „ulama‟. Even mor-ons pass themselves off as „ulama‟ on the basis of certificates and ammamahs. Nor ever was it the tareeqah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), nor of the Sahaabah nor of the Salafus Saaliheen of the Khairul Quroon era. In fact, this method is a new bid‟ah recently innovated. Some seniors of this age have fallen into the trap with their short-sightedness and without applying their minds to the ploys of the nafs and the deception of shaitaan, hence they allowed them-selves to be stampeded into „ulama‟ bayaans by their juniors (mureeds and hosts).
Hadhrat Masihullah (Rahmatullah alayh) said that the Ulama should attend the same bayaan (talk) which he will be giving to all and sundry. Allah Ta‟ala did not reveal a separate Sha-riah for the ulama. The entire Deen in every sphere and in all aspects applies to the entire Um-mah regardless of the di-vision of ulama and juha-la.These special ulama programmes are decep-tions of the nafs. There is no goodness in nafsaaniyat.
Shaitaan and the Nafs are cunning ustaadhs. They dupe even senior Ulama into misguidance and misconceptions.
There is no copyright on the Ilm emanating from the Qur‟aan which Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) taught for the benefit of entire mankind. This Knowledge is not the cap-ital of any exclusive class or strata of society. „Ulama‟ are not a special class for whom knowledge may be re-stricted. It is haraam to debar people from any Deeni bayaan.
While a Madrasah may refuse to enrol a person as a student, it has no right to prohibit any person from the public sitting in the classes to listen to the bayaans on the Qur‟aan, Hadith, etc.
“Special” bayaans for only the Ulama are in-deed deceptions of the nafs. It creates false pride and self-esteem (ujub) in those attending. There are many youngsters who have just emerged from Darul Ulooms, who with their smattering of knowledge believe them-selves to be Ulama whilst in reality they are juhala. Their nafs becomes bloat-ed when they attend bayaans restricted for Ulama.
Then comes the ques-tion: Who are the Ulama? Any person who regards himself as an Aalim is in fact a jaahil. The Madras-ah certificate does not make a chap an Aalim. Only a stupid molvi thinks of himself as be-ing an Aalim. Those at-tending such special so-called „ulama‟ bayaans are shameless. They bask in stupid takabbur and ujub, hence they believe themselves qualified to attend a talk ostensibly organized for only „Ulama‟. Thus, when a molvi attends such a bayaan, he thereby im-plies that he is in fact an „Aalim‟. Wallaah! If the nafs has been validly re-formed, such a molvi will never attend the bayaan because he will honestly believe that he is not an Aalim, hence not quali-fied to be in the gather-ing.
A person who is a Sanadi Molvi should have gained sufficient insight to understand his own jahl relative to the Ocean of Uloom in front of him, only the surface of which he is able to partly scan with the limited knowledge he has ac-quired at a Darul Uloom. And, this applies to the genuine student who had passed his Madrasah days with Taqwa and diligent Mutaala‟ah (Study). As for the majority, we see only flotsam, hence the dunya abounds with what we term „ulama‟-e-soo‟. A better designation would be Juhala-e-Soo‟ because the vast majority is ignorant of even the rudiments of the Uloom of both the Zaahiri and Baatini dimensions which go into the making of an Aalim who becomes an Heir/Representative of the Ambiya (Alayhimus Salaam).
The malady of bayaans for the „Ulama‟ specially, has become a grounded disease especially in the Tablighi Jamaat. In fact, at their Ijtimas they post guards at the entrance to debar Muslims from en-tering the „special‟ bayaan. Nowadays, „visas‟ are required to vis-it and meet the big Buzrug in his special tent guarded by bodyguards. They all dwell in decep-tion, led on by the noose by Iblees. Indeed, Chris-tian priesthood has crept into the ranks of Muslim scholars. We say „scholars‟, for they are not Ulama in terms of the Qur‟aan.
The Qur‟aan stipulates the condition of Khash-iyat as a qualification for an Aalim. Khashiyat is a whole concept embracing the entire Sunnah of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam), from A to Z. Furthermore, the genuine Aalim he who is an Aalim in terms of the Qur‟aan Majeed – will not know if he is an Aalim, for he will never be able to claim that he has cultivated the attrib-ute of Khashiyat. Only his Shaikh, i.e. not a crank, bogus „sheikh‟ – will un-derstand if he truly has khashiyat.
We are undoubtedly living in an age in which the Juha-la-e-Soo‟ are in the ascendency. The Ula-ma are not a class apart from the masses of the Ummah. Naseehat and practical implementation of the Deen relate to eve-ry Muslim. The very same advice and admoni-tion which are imparted to the masses are also meant for the Ulama who are supposed to observe the Shariah with greater diligence than the ordi-nary folk.
Special bayaans for on-ly the ulama to the exclu-sion of others are snares of Iblees. Such special talks are shaitaani and nafsaani traps of devia-tion (dhalaal). Riya (show) and takabbur (pride) are the hallmarks of these talks.
In Hulyatul Auliya of Abu Naeem appears the following narration:
“Imaam Auzaa-ee (Rahmatullah alayh) narrated that Umar Bin Abdul Azeez (Rahmatullah alayh) said: „When you see peo-ple secretively (or pri-vately) speaking about their Deen to the exclu-sion of the masses, then know that verily, they are engaged in casting the foundations of dhalaalah (deviation).”
Thus these talks orga-nized for only the so-called ulama, and from which the ordinary people are stupidly and arrogant-ly excluded, are in reality shaitaani traps of dha-laalah.
As for the food divi-sion – separate food for the „bourgeois‟ priests and separate food for the „proletariat‟, it is most despicable. From whence did these fat cats extrava-sate this haraam tareeqah? Who is their ustaadh in this matter? None other than Iblees! They preach about akhlaaqi issues, but they acquit themselves with villainy. They lack in shame and respect for the Makhlooq of Allah Ta‟ala. They are drowned in their rotten takabbur and ujub, hence they fab-ricate a higher status for them even in an aam da‟wat (meant for all and sundry).
They have lost the Path – the Path of Tasawwuf and the Path of the Shari-ah. They have wandered far, very far from Siraatul Mustaqeem.
The following episode should be salubrious edification for these priests who hanker after status. Once a very high-ranking government offi-cial was Hadhrat Maula-na Rashid Ahmad Gangohi‟s guest. When it was time for meals, Ha-dhrat seated the guest close to himself. Then Hadhrat observed the oth-er poor Talaba standing forlornly aloof. Seeing the V.I.P., the poor stu-dents were somewhat ap-prehensive of joining in the meals with Hadhrat Gangohi as they would usually do.
Observing their appre-hension, Hadhrat Gangohi exclaimed: “Sirs (Saahibo)! Why have you back-peddled? (That is, why are you not joining in the meals?) Is it because a government official is seated with me? Under-stand it well that you (Talaba) are my hon-oured / beloved ones. Rel-ative to the honour I have for you, he (the V.I.P) has no significance (no sta-tus).” Then all the poor students sat down and joined in the meals.
The priestly „scholars‟ should take lesson, regret their action of eating spe-cial food apart from the others. They should re-pent for having attributed a pedestal for themselves by having separate meals for the so-called ulama. The division of the Um-mah into ulama and awaam for the purposes of food and bayaan is most despicable and total-ly unexpected of those who are supposed to be the Warathatul Ambiya (Heirs of the Ambiya).
Instead of narrowing the chasm between the learned and unlearned, these „islahi jalsah‟ molvis, by their un-Islamic, anti-Sunnah crea-tion of unfounded divi-sions are only solidifying the barrier between the Ulama and the Awaam.


At least 22 people were killed when lightning struck a market in Azad Kashmir on Monday, local media and officials reported. The deceased included nine members of Tableegi Jamaat, who were staying at a nearby local mosque, and two army troops, local broadcaster Aaj News reported, quoting offi-cials of Azad Kashmir Disaster Management Authority. The incident took place in Leswa town of Neelam Valley — a famous tourist desti-nation — near Line of Control, a de facto bor-der that divides disput-ed Kashmir valley be-tween Pakistan and In-dia. The Leswa Market was completely de-stroyed by lightning, of-ficials said.
Several vehicles of tour-ists were also missing due to torrential rains that caused flash floods in the region, they add-ed. Pakistan‟s army troops have joined local administration in the rescue operation.
Allah Ta‟ala says in His Glorious Qur‟aan:
“The Thunder recites His Tasbeeh with His Hamd (Praises), and (so do the Malaaikah) out of Fear. He (Allah) des-patches the Lightning, and it then strikes whom-ever He wills. (Whilst this Punishment of Allah occurs), they (the mis-guided people) dispute regarding Allah (His Shariah). (Know!) That He is Most Stern in Pun-ishment.”
Ra‟d, i.e. the thunder or the Angel Ra‟d who drives along the rain clouds and all the Ma-laaikah quiver with Fear for Allah Ta‟ala. Therefore, they recite His Praises. But insolent people, in their immoral holiday resorts, and in their daily lives reckless-ly and flagrantly deny Allah‟s Shariah. While some brazenly reject the Shariah, other deviates misinterpret the ahkaam to suit the narratives of their carnal lusts.
Undoubtedly, the epi-sode in Kashmir is Al-lah‟s Athaab. May Allah Ta‟ala save us from His Wrath.


Q. The Tabligh Jamaat says that first comes da‟wat, then Ibaadat. Is this correct?
A. For a Muslim the first act is Ibaadat. Fardh, Waajib and Sunnatul Muakkadah cannot be delayed for da‟wat.
Da‟wat is an act which blends into one‟s daily life, starting at home with naseehat to the wife and children. It is to be executed whenever one finds it opportune. Da‟wat is not confined to tabligh jamaat activity. Allah Ta‟ala has created us for His Ibaadat. All other Deeni activities are subservient and secondary to Ibaadat. The Tabligh Jamaat talks drivel and is lost in gulu‟ (haraam bigotry).


From Mauritius a Molvi Sahib querying the status of the Tabligh Jamaat, writes:
Q. What is the status of the Tabligh Jamaat. Among its beliefs, practices and attitudes are the following:

(1) They regard their specific methodology of tableegh to be Fardh-e-Ain. In both belief and practice they display this attitude.

(2) They narrate maudhoo’ (fabricated) and extremely dha-eef (weak) narrations, and justify these on the basis of far-fetched interpretation.

(3) They resort to tahreef-e-ma’nwi of the Qur’aan and Ahaadith, e.g. they apply the Aayaat and Ahaadith of Jihad to their specific method of tableegh. The fadhaa-il which are related specifically to Jihad are applied to their tareeqah of tableegh.

(4) They regard only their method to be valid tableegh while they despise all other forms of Tableegh such as Madaaris, Khaanqas, etc.

(5) They are opposed to Qur’aan dars. They believe that teaching the Qur’aan leads to disunity.

(6) A mubah practice leads to fasaad on account of the excesses.

(7) Unqualified persons are appointed zimmidaars.

What is the Shariahs view regarding the Tabligh Jamaat movement on the basis of these factors? Is it therefore not proper to declare the Tabligh jamaat a deviant sect?

Undoubtedly, there is much ghulu’ (haraam extremism) in the Tabligh Jamaat. All the facts you have enumerated, besides No.5, are correct. The Tabligh Jamaat is undoubtedly veering away from Siraatul Mustaqeem.

With regard to No.5, above, the Jamaat is not anti-Qur’aan. Anyone who is opposed to the Qur’aan becomes a kaafir. The reason for not allowing Qur’aan dars, is to avoid baatil being imparted. Qur’aan dars is not to be imparted by laymen. Most of the speakers and ‘zimmidaars’ of the Jamaat are from the masses or lack adequate expertise. Baatil interpretations from baatil commentaries will be propagated under the auspices of the Tabligh Jamaat if Qur’aan dars is allowed. The Tabligh Jamaat has six principles. It is necessary that they remain within the confines of their SIX points in order to ensure that the Jamaat stays on the course of the Shariah. Divergence from the six points will lead to greater corruption and propagation of baatil.

The Tabligh Jamaat is a mass movement, hence infiltration by baatil and corrupt elements cannot be avoided. People from baatil sects can easily infiltrate and misguide their audiences with baatil commentaries. Therefore not allowing Qur’aan dars is valid.

Although it is conceded that the Tabligh Jamaat has strayed from Siraatul Mustaqeem, at this juncture it is not appropriate to label the Jamaat a deviant sect. However, if the Jamaat continues along its current trajectory of ghulu’, then the time will come when there will be no option but to excommunicate the Tabligh Jamaat for having become one of the baatil sects. It is our fervent dua that the elders of the Jamaat divest themselves of the bigotry and ghulu’ which have fossilized their thinking. Thus, they are unable to discern the grievous errors which have already corroded the Jamaat and split the Jamaat into two hostile factions each one harbouring intense shaitaani hatred for the adversary.

It is undeniable that innumerable Muslims all over the world have derived considerable Deeni benefit from the activities of the Jamaat. In the curriculam of the Jamaat there is nothing in conflict with the Shariah. It is the shaitaani attitude of ghulu’ which has developed in the Jamaat which threatens the existence of the Tabligh jamaat as a movement of Haqq.

The Tablighi groups all over the world are still engaging in teaching only what the Shariah allows. Their ta’leem is restricted to the Kalimah, Tahaarat and Salaat. They are not propagating beliefs of baatil. It is only their evil attitude of ghulu’ stemming from ujub and kibr which has sullied the Jamaat. Their success which they lamentably base on numbers, has intoxicated them with pride and vanity, hence the ghulu’. They measure success on the basis of the number of people attending Ijtimas, on the number of busloads of people, and the number of jamaats sent out.

They have not understood the true Maqsad of the movement. They are fossilized into the idea that the Tabligh Jamaat is the Maqsad (the actual objective of tabligh). They have also failed to understand the meaning of Tabligh, hence they believe that only their specific methodology is tabligh, and all other Deeni activities are futile. This attitude is indeed lamentable and dangerous.

Despite the many ghulu’ deviances, it is not proper at this juncture to brand the Tabligh Jamaat a sect of baatil. The Jamaat is like a damaged ship, listing on its side and adrift on the ocean. It can still be saved from sinking and perishing. It is incumbent for those Ulama who understand the ghulu’ of the Jamaat, to resort to Amr Bil ma’roof. Intelligent people who are not Ulama should also draw the attention of the Jamaat people to their grave errors. Silence and condonation of the evil ghulu’ are aiding the process of the destruction of the Jamaat.

The ghulu’ compound of the Jamaat consists of a number of evil ingredients:

(1) The notion that Tabligh is confined within the specific methodology of the Tabligh Jamaat.

(2) Deriding all other forms of Tabligh.

(3) Believing that the Tabligh Jamaat is like the Ship of Hadhrat Nooh (Alayhis salaam). The implication of this corrupt understanding is that whoever is not in the Tabligh Jamaat is a kaafir doomed for perdition.

(4) That the specific method of the Tabligh Jamaat is Fardh-e-Ain.

(5) Misinterpretation of the Qur’aanic Aayaat and Ahaadith to convey the idea that the Fadhaa-il for Jihaad substantiated by Nusoos apply to the specific Tabligh Jamaat methodology. This is tahreef (haraam interpolation and misinterpretation).

(6) Insisting stupidly on joining the Jamaat for extended periods although adequate arrangements for the family at home are not made. Many Tablighi chaps abandon their families, leaving them without sufficient house expenses and without mahrams.

(7) Condoning, in fact, even encouraging women who join the Tabligh Jamaat to travel without mahrams if not available.

(8) The Makshufaat groups which are erroneously dubbed ‘masturaat jamaat’.

9) Wasting huge sums of money on ijtimas when there is no real and no imperative need. These ijtimas are gradually assuming bid’ah proportions.

10) Amenability to Bid’ah. Since the focus has shifted from the Maqsad of Tabligh, Bid’ah has crept into the Jamaat. Among their Bid’ah acts is the haraam act of expunging the Shariah’s rule pertaining to Sunnatul Muakkadah Salaat. Ittisaal (i.e. joining or performing without undue delay) between the Fardh and Sunnatul Muakkadah is Waajib. After the Fardh of Zuhr, Maghrib and Isha’, there are two raka’ts Sunnatul Muakkadah. Instead of engaging in the Sunnatul Muakkadah immediately after the Fardh, the Tablighis have introduced the practice of kitaab-reading. This act is in flagrant disregard for the Shariah. They accord preference to their own methodology over the Shariah. Thus this practice is Bid’ah.

Another Bid’ah, is to interfere with the concentration of the Musallis. Even before the Musallis have completed their Sunnat Salaat, the Tablighis rush to the front, face the Musallis who are still engaged in Salaat, and disturb them with their announcement to join in the bayaan. This is indeed shameless and demonstrating disregard for the communion the Musallis have with Allah Ta’ala in Salaat. They lack the patience to wait until the Musallis have completed their Sunnat and Nafl Salaat. The haste they display in this impermissible performance is further evidence for the Jamaat having lost focus of the actual objective of Tabligh.

(11) Loss of Focus. A glaring example of loss of focus is the Jamaat’s wooing of villains such as Tariq Jameel whose religion brings within its scope acceptance of the baatil of Shiahs and of any and all hues of Fussaaq and Fujjaar. Merely because this Dajjaal is able to attract crowds, does the Jamaat deem it appropriate to include the villain within their ranks regardless of his blatant Shar’i infractions. Since the Maqsood is no longer the Pleasure of Allah Ta’ala, shaitaan has adorned baatil with deceptive ‘hikmat’ for acceptance by the Jamaat.

Once the public in Deoband had desperately kicked up considerable shaitaani smoke against Hadhrat Maulana Rashid Ahmad Gangohi (Rahmatullah alayh) who had rejected the proposal to appoint a prominent faasiq to be a member of the Shura Council of Darul Uloom. The severity of the fitnah had threatened the closure of the Madrasah. Senior Ulama advised Hadhrat Gangohi to accept the membership of the faasiq to save the Madrasah closing. Thousands of Students would be deprived of Ilm-e-Deen if Darul Uloom had to close.

Hadhrat Gangohi, Imaam-e-Rabbaani, resolutely stated: The Madrasah is not the Maqsood. Ridha Ulaahi (the Pleasure of Allah) is the Maqsood.”

If the Madrasah has to close in the wake of the fitnah of the juhala, let it close. They will be hauled into the Divine Court to answer for their shaitaaniyat. Hadhrat did not compromise with baatil. The fitnah was extinguished and the faasiq was not accepted. This should be the attitude of the Ahl-e-Haqq.

Besides the aforementioned list of baatil, there are other infractions of the Shariah as well. Nevertheless, at this juncture it would not be proper to proclaim the Tabligh Jamaat a deviant sect among the 73 Firaqah Baatilah. We can only make dua that such a stage shall not be reached.

The need is to strive to reform the Jamaat by deracinating the bid’ah, baatil and ghulu’ which permeate all levels of the Jamaat – seniors and juniors, and which gnaws the foundations of Tabligh Jamaat. The Jamaat elders should become cognizant with reality, ingrain Ikhlaas in themselves, meditate on their infractions and understand the real Maqsood. They should not commit the fatal blunder of viewing our Naseehat as destructive criticism. Hadhrat Yahya Bin Muaaz (Rahmatullah alayh) said:

“Your Brother is he who alerts you to your deficiencies and your Friend is he who warns you of your sins.”

May Allah Ta’ala guide us all and save us from the villainy of our nafs and the snares of Iblees.

6 Safar 1441 (5 October 2019)



A Brother from Pakistan, lamenting the villainy and evil of molvis of the likes of Dajjaal Taroq Jameel, says:

“Tariq Jameel, in a bayaan about some incidents mentioned in Fazaail-e-A’maal, labelled them as extremism and unfit for being presented as Deen. (Pandering to the Arab Salafis and the modernist Zanaadaqah – The Majlis)

Another notorious Youtube ‘mufti’ is also calling to get Fazaail-e-A’maal replaced by Muntakhab Ahaadith (authored by Molvi Sa’d). (Part of a satanic conspiracy to placate Salafis – The Majlis)

Basically what they are saying is: For years they have been calling people towards a ‘baatil extremist deen’ and now they have hit their epiphany and realized that it was all wrong. (From one ghulu’ to another ghulu’. The Tabligh Jamaat’s gravest malady is its ghulu. It is this evil malady which has ruined the Jamaat by deflecting it from the Straight Path of the Shariah. – The Majlis)

Do they even realize what they are telling the public? They stood on a mountain of sand all these years? Nobody realizes, not even their close aides, and no one bothers to ask them. So for all these years you were wrong and now you realize you are right? How can we trust you? (The proof of untrustworthiness is conspicuously portrayed by the two factions standing with daggers drawn to slit each other’s throat. They have cast off their mask of deceptive passivity by demonstrating their true nature par excellence in Bangladesh and elsewhere. – The Majlis)

I feel even though they are giving 2-3-4 bayans daily, and taking Allah’s name on youtube, facebook, videos, tv, in reality they have forgotten Allah, so Allah has made them forget themselves.

The book that brought millions towards deen should be replaced now.

Why is it that when these maulanas and muftis become celebrities, their views start to change, they adopt a moderate ‘deen’; a lot of haraam becomes halaal. They start to believe they are divinely inspired and they know everything because they are dealing with public, because they are ‘famous’. They refuse to listen to anyone.

Like the incident of Tariq Jameel with Aamir Khan, the actor you wrote about. The ulama told him: Hazrat this is your field you know best what to reply.” Then Tariq Jameel was ‘divinely’ inspired while engaging in wudhu. (They are Devil-Incarnate, hence Rasulullah –Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) – feared these ulama-e-soo’ more than Dajjaal – The Majlis)
Did the ulama around him feel any shame in saying “this is your field”. What have you ulama been doing all these years? What did you do in Madrasah for so many years? (They are shayaateenul ins. Devils, especially human devils are bereft of even a vestige of shame. –The Majlis)
The result is that Tariq Jameel believes no one knows the public, the actors, the film industry, musicians, politicians, rulers better than him, and no one can give them dawah better than him. He will sit with Imran Khan and his wife on the same table and have ‘iftaar’ and dinner, and ulama will clap and kiss his forehead. (What else can be expected from an Agent of Dajjaal – The Majis)
When Tariq Jameel’s mistakes are pointed out, the usual defence is that he is a ‘khateeb’. Does being a khateeb mean that you are not a Muslim? You won’t be answerable on Qiyaamat day? You are free to say anything you want to, and that the Shariah doesn’t apply on you?

(This dajjaal is an atheist – The Majlis)
I read a hadith along the lines that the safest person in times of fitnah will be the one who nobody knows. When he shifts from one place to another nobody asks about him in the previous neighbourhood. It seems that the maqsad of these people is to make everything halaal, undermine ibadaat, nafl ibadaat, taqwa, zuhd, and indulge in all kinds of haraam, futility, haraam and mushtabah food, facebook, youtube, movies, make everything halaal and ridicule those who want to live a life of taqwa. (Nothing surprising. Agents of Iblees have no other occupation other than the profession of undermining the Deen. – The Majlis)
The fatwa you posted from Jamiat-ur-Rasheed in which they stated that watching the Turkish drama is permissible, is a prime example of their hearts being sealed. These muftis have become so blind that they don’t even realize that Allah has made them blind. Therefore, they are unable to differentiate between halaal and haraam. They make everything halaal in the guise of ‘dawah’. Their logic is make deen ‘easy’; don’t make deen difficult. They ridicule even the semblance of Taqwa which other sincere Ulama have – the Ulama who are firm on Amr Bil Ma’roof Nahy Anil Munkar. Please comment.

(End of the Brother’s lament)

The following Hadith of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) is adequate comment for the villainy, filth, fisq, fujoor and kufr of the vast majority of molvis and bunkum muftis of this age:

“An age will dawn when nothing of Islam will remain, but its name. Nothing of the Qur’aan will remain, but its text. The Musaajid will be ornate structures devoid of hidaayat. Their Ulama will be the worst under the canopy of the sky. From them will emerge fitnah, and the fitnah will rebound on them.”

A Buzroog commented that: under the canopy of the sky there are even the Yahood, Nasaara, Mushrikeen apes and pigs.” Thus these types of fraud molvis and dajjaali muftis are worse than even the kuffaar, apes and swines. Apes and swines do not tamper and destroy Allah’s Deen. But this Ibleesi task has fallen to the lot of these ulama-e-soo’ who have surpassed the ulama-e-soo’ of the Yahood and Nasaara in villainy and kufr.

They are absolutely bereft of the slightest vestige of Khauf-e-Ilaahi. That is why they are able to so brazenly and flagrantly trample on the Sunnah and undermine the Shariah most recklessly and shamelessly. With their shaitaaniyat they convey the idea that they will not die – there will be no accountability for them. Deep in their hearts is embedded nifaaq. These shaitaani molvis and muftis are in fact worse than the juhala westernized zanaadaqah who parade as Muslims. The harm of these shaitaani molvis and muftis far exceed the damage caused to the Deen by the Zanaadaqah modernists – the secularists who have set themselves up as ‘mujtahideen’.

The scenario is not set to improve. We are on a head-on collision with Qiyaamah. The Signs of Qiyaamah mentioned by our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) have to materialize. The cartel of Dajjaals such as Tariq Jameel, Menk, Suliman Moolla and numerous other Apes and Khanaazeer will incrementally preponderate in the world while Islam and the true Muslims will come within the purview of the Hadith:

“Islam began ghareeb (forlorn and friendless). Soon will it return ghareeb. Therefore glad tidings for the Ghuraba.”

In this Hadith are the glad tidings of Allah’s Pleasure for those who struggle and remain firm on the Sunnah during the times of Fitnah. While we may lament and grieve over the satanic developments engineered by these followers of Dajjaal and Iblees, we should not be surprised. It is to be anticipated.

23 Zul Qa’dh 1440 (26 July 2019)

A life of Da’wat and Sincerity in all Works

Hazrat Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Daamat Barakaatuhu) mentioned:

A Muslim’s entire life is a da’wat (invitation). This is not restricted to any situation; instead every action of his should be a da’wat.

Just as there are conditions for all other ‘ibaadaat and acts of worship, likewise there are conditions for inviting towards Islam. One should not adopt such an approach that would turn people away from Islam. The Quraan Shareef even advises us that in the process of inviting we should not pick on the religions of others, for they will in turn pick on Islam.

Among the most important aspects in inviting to righteousness is sincerity. This is the lesson that we learn from qurbaani. Allah Ta‘ala explains that it is not the meat or the blood that He looks at. Rather, it is the state of taqwa – referring to the state and condition of the heart. With what frame of mind is a person carrying out his ‘ibaadat? Is it being performed solely for the sake of Allah Ta‘ala or not? Whether we are going to sit in the company of some pious person or going for Hajj etc., it should all be for the sake of Allah Ta‘ala. It should not be for merely gaining some barkat.

Sincerity applies to our speech and our manner of dealing with situations as well. Sometimes, we utter certain statements just to gain the attention and favour of our superiors or people.