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Tableeghi Jamaat: On the scale of Qur'aan & Sunnah | Civil

Tableeghi Jamaat: On the scale of Qur'aan & Sunnah

This is an initial response to investigate the claims of heresy, Bid’ah and shirk associated with and around Tableeghi Jamaat. The writer neither has any affiliations with Tableeghi Jamaat nor participates in their activities and has not completed their recommendation of going out for 4 months in the Path of Allah (SWT) to learn the work of Tableegh. However, the writer has read countless articles and books on the subject, heard many speeches , watched many youtube videos, and then discussed the issues directly with Scholars actively associated with Tableeghi Jamaat to get as accurate of a picture as possible. The writer has also written directly to Raiwind Markaz (Pakistan) in the past and received a thorough reply to the queries contained therein. The writer is also fluent in Urdu in which most of the “original” material for and against Tableeghi Jamaat has originated from and which is also the first language of where this movement originates from.

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Tableeghi Jamaat: On the scale of Qur'aan & Sunnah | Civil

Asslamo Allaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh, At the outset, it must be clarified that we are neither part of Tableeghi Jamaat nor have completed their recommendation of going out for 4 months in the path of Allah (SWT). Our only intention is to present the issue of “Tableeghi Jamaat” and their methodology in a manner which is understandable to people because in the Western world there are too many Muslims who have neither gone forth in the path of Allah (SWT) nor have ever bothered to seek…...

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