Jamaa`at ut-Tabligh


What can be criticized with respect to this Jamaa’ah :

1. Lack of concern with Aqeedah.

Perhaps a man amongst them will accompany them for forty years and you will find him remaining on his innovated aqeedah, or aqeedah consisting of Shirk. And this is in opposition to the Sunnah since the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) ordered Muaadh ibn Jabal when he sent him to the Yemen that he should begin by calling the people to the testimony that there is none worthy of worship (in truth) except Allaah alone and that Muhammad is His Messenger [the hadeeth is in Bukhaaree and Muslim]. Therefore, the da’wah to Tawheed comes before every single thing and the one who submits himself to Tawheed is prepared and ready to renounce/abandon everything that is in opposition to the Sharee’ah.

2. Lack of concern with Knowledge.

You will see one of them having spent twenty years (on khurooj etc…) yet he still remains in his ignorance and in abandonment of knowledge and goodness. Bukhaaree and Muslim have reported in their Saheehs that the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said: “To whomsoever Allaah intends goodness He gives him understanding of the Deen”. The caller to Allaah is the most deserving of people to have zeal and enthusiasm for the beneficial knowledge so that he can call people upon Baseerah (clear evidence, sure knowledge, with insight). Allaah said:

Say: This is my way, I call upon Allaah upon Baseerah (clear evidence, sure knowledge), I and whoever follows me and free is Allaah from all imperfections and I am not of those who associate partners with Allaah. [Yoosuf 12:108]

3. Falling short in Conveying some of the matters and being heedless of a large part of the Sharee’ah.

And Allaah the Exalted said:

O you who believe enter into Islam into fully (completely) [ref]

that is take Islaam from all its aspects. Indeed many of the excelled people of knowledge flee from their da’wah for this reason. And we are not making it obligatory upon them to speak about those matters in which they are not capable to do so and we do no permit them to speak in those matters about which they have no knowledge. But we say: Indeed it is obligatory upon the caller to Allaah that he speaks with justice due to His saying: “And when you speak then be just…”, and the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) ordered Abu Dharr to speak the truth even if it was bitter.

4. Partisanship to the Madhdhab of Abu Haneefah

Partisanship towards the madhhab of Abu Haneefah is found amongst many of them – but the caller to Allaah, in fact every Muslim, it is necessary for him to comply with and to submit to the evidence.

And it is not befitting for a believing man or woman when Allaah and His Messenger have decreed a matter that they should have any choice (after that) in their affair. And whoever disobeys Allaah and His Messenger then he has strayed clearly [Surah Ahzaab 33:36]

So how can such a person call others to follow the Messenger (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) yet he is the first of those to oppose [the Messenger]?

O you who believe! Why do you say that which you do not do? It is greatly detestable to Allaah that you say that which you do not do [Soorah Saff 61:2-3]

Do you enjoin you Al-Birr (piety and righteousness and each and every act of obedience to Allbh) on the people and you forget (to practise it) yourselves, while you recite the Book? Have you then no sense? [Soorah al-Baqarah 2:44]

And Shu’ayb (as) said:

I wish not, in contradiction to you, to do that which I forbid you. I only desire reform so far as I am able, to the best of my power. [Soorah Hud 11:88]

5. Narrating weak and fabricated hadeeth and those hadeeth which have no foundation or basis.

The Messenger (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Beware of narrating much from me for whoever ascribes something to me, then let him say the truth and whoever says upon me that which I did not say, then let him find his seat in the Hellfire.” Reported by Ahmad from Abu Qataadah.

And whoever says: ‘Some of the people of knowledge have allowed the narrating of weak hadeeth which are related to the virtues of the actions’ then he did he has not complied with the conditions they have attached to it, and that it is that the hadeeth should not be very weak and that it should have a basis [from other hadeeth] and that acting by it should not become common and widespread. And additionally, it is not permissible to narrate except that which is established… and when he speaks with the weak and forged hadeeth and that which has no basis then it is clear that it is not permissible to act upon it and Allaah knows best.

[Shaikh Muqbil on Jamaa'at ut-Tabligh|Source: Al-Mukhraj min al-Fitnah|Article ID : GRV020001  [15252|SWpubs]

5 Responses to Jamaa`at ut-Tabligh

  1. To the one who commented here…

    Why would i publish ur comment? Why would i listen to u? You can go and make ur own blog and upload whatever you want about Jamaat ut-Tabligh. My blog is not for discussion thing and as far as I’m concern I’m not running from the truth but the scholars had spoken and who are you for me to listen to?…

    Salafiyyah is not a sect go and research about it.

    Barakallaahu feekum.

  2. @ the one who made ridiculous comment here…I don’t understand why are u furious if i didn’t approve ur comment? This is a personal blog if you want to discuss your belief go to a forum not all blogs are places of discussion and thus the reason there is such thing as comment moderation as to filter unwanted hate comments. I’m not coward but i don’t have time to discuss to deviant people like you. And specially people who speak ill of the Ahlus Sunnah scholars yeah and its a common from those who speak ill of Ahlus Sunnah calls us wahhabi thats not new, again who are you to be listened to go educate yourself ukhty and go make urself a blog ukhty and you are the one who needs guidance.

    Massalaama

    here watch this…

    Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 2 – Tablighis Exalting Graves

    Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 3 – Shaykh Ubayd Ibn Abdullah Al-Jaabiree: Q&A on tablighi jamaat

    Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 4 – Shaykh Ubayd Ibn Abdullah Al-Jaabiree: Q&A on tablighi jamaat

    Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 5 – Shaykh Ubayd Ibn Abdullah Al-Jaabiree: Q&A on tablighi jamaat

    Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 6 – Shaykh Ubayd Ibn Abdullah Al-Jaabiree: Q&A on tablighi jamaat

    • Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 7 – Fatwa of Shaykh Bin Baaz

      Jamaat ut-Tabligh exposed – Part 8 – Khurooj of Jamaat ut-Tabligh

      Shaykh Saleh al-Fawzaan on Jammat ut-tabligh’s lack of concern with Tawheed:

      Jammat ut-tabligh exposed – part 10 – lies and deceitfulness of the tablighi innovators

  3. Again for the last time, you commented again you kept coming back… lol am i the rudest? Oh you are just saying that coz your comments where not approved. You where the one who rudely spoke first i still have your comments and please don’t act as if you are not insulting the scholars of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah. And again who are you to judge me? If i follow the way of the Salaf us Saalihoon why are you so mad? If i chose not to upload your comments why are you so furious what’s the point?

    Unknown arab sheikhs? or your unknown tableeghi jammat shaykhs???My dear uhkty read and educate yourself..

    You just want me to upload your videos and comments so as to create debate here in my blog and i don’t need that you can go to the Salaf forums and discuss whatever you want there.

    May Allaah forgive us Ameen.

    Ramadhan Mubaraak.

    • x@hu says:

      Lol! Inspite of myself, I’m curious to see what this particular sister is so insistent to have published here :) But it’s wise of you to nip it in the bud before it escalates into a war with everyone wanting to put their two cents in.

      I just don’t understand it when some people cannot let go of something and keep responding with absolutely pointless rebuttals. If you do not agree with the other person and is not convinced by their proofs, then leave it alone and move on. It’s as simple as that.

      One thing I’ve learned when talking to people with opposing views is that, though you try to be as clear and sincere as you can, they will somehow take it the wrong way and the argument will go off in twenty different directions. So it is just best to end it at the beginning :)

      May Allah guide the misguided and increase our knowledge of the deen. Ameen.

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