A Call For Justice by Hazrat ‘Allama Maulana Arshadul Qadri rehmatullahi alaih

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Allah – In The Name Of The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful.

This book is written for all of those:

  • Who sincerely want to understand the differences between the scholars of the Ahle Sunnah School and the scholars of the Deobandi School and who wish to remove the real obstacles towards unification.
  • Who in their private meetings, address these serious and principled differences as (1) a deceit of the Maulvis, (2) a means of making money, (3) a way of making a living etc., – and who receive applause from the people, for expressing such thoughts.
  • Who, despite being highly educated, consider making attempts at understanding and removing such differences as a waste of time.
  • Who consider the differences between the Ahle Sunnah scholars and the Deobandi scholars, as merely trivial or secondary.
  • Who spend their scholarly and research capabilities in clarifying and interpreting the insolent writings of the Deobandis. (Perhaps religion will remain incomplete without such explanations!)
  • Who consider researching the differences between the Ahle Sunnah and Deobandi scholars just a waste of time, whereas at the same time they are the most zealous advocators of unification!
  • Who consider that Teejah (meals for the poor on the third day of passing away of a Muslim), Daswaan (meals for the poor on the tenth day of passing away of a Muslim), Chaleeswan (meals for the poor on the fortieth day of passing away of a Muslim), and visits to mausoleums are the actual differences between the Ahle Sunnah scholars and Deobandi scholars.
  • Who consider the publication and sale of literature based on blasphemous and insolent writings, as the most important service to Islam!
  • Who feel uneasy at the mention of religious differences, but who spend all their physical and monetary resources in tolerating and solving with elegance all their official problems and business affairs.
  • Who advise that as per the circumstances, disputed writings & problems should not be discussed – but do not render this advice to the institutions that are ceaselessly publishing such literature.
  • Who term the issues of (a) Respecting our Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (b) The status of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (c) The attributes of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (d) Veneration of the Companions and of the members of the family of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (e) Sainthood and (f) other Islamic issues, as “Sectarianism” perpetrated by the Ahle Sunnah school of thought – and in this way such persons intentionally or unintentionally support infidelity and heresy.
  • Who understand the real causes of the differences and have the true spirit of presenting a program on the national (or international) level, through which the wide gulf of differences can be bridged and an initiative can be taken towards unification.

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The Tableeghi Jamaat in the light of facts and truth

Hazrat ‘Allama Arshadul Qadri (Radi Allahu anhu)

Translated by Prof. Naim Jamali

Published by World Islamic Mission, Durban, South Africa – 1987

PREFACE

TITLE AND INTRODUCTION

FOREWORD

IMPLICATIONS OF THE WORDS OF THE HOLY PROPHET (SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM)

THREE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF MY LIFE IN CONNECTION WITH ?TABLEEGHI JAMAAT?

QUESTION AND REPLY

 

CHAPTER 1

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MUNAFIQ a religious hypocrite,who does not have faith, but pretends to

What will you say after reading this Kufriyats

 

1. Al-Laah can tell a lie. (Fataawa Rasheediyah, vol. 1. Page 19).

 

2. Al-Laah does not know beforehand what His creations would do. Al-Laah comes to know of their doings only after they have done something. (Tafseer Bulghatul Hairaan pages 157 and 158).

 

3. Shaitaan (Satan) and the Angel of death are more knowledge able than the holy Prophet is (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam). (Baraaheen-e-Qaati’ah, pages 51 and 52).

 

4. The Prophet of Al-Laah was not aware of his ultimate fate and of things beyond a wall. (Barraheen-e-Qaati ‘ah, page51).

 

5. The kind of knowledge and the amount of knowledge of the unseen given by Almighty Al-Laah to the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) has also been given to animals, lunatics and children. (Hifzul Ieemnan,page 7).

 

6. Even the thought of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) occurring during Namaaz is much worse than to be immersed in the thought of an ox or a donkey. (Siraat-e-Mustaqeem,page 86). (But the thought of Thanvi Sahib or any other Deobandi Mullaa coming during Namaaz is justified).

 

7. The appellation Rahmatul Lil ‘Aalameen is not an exclusive attribute of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam). Other saintly persons also can be called Rahmatul Lil’Aalameen. (Fataawa Rasheediyah vol. 2. Page 12).

 

8. To the common people, the expression “Khaatim-un-Nabiy-yeen” means the “last Prophet”. To the knowing people this is not a correct view. Even if a Prophet was to be born after the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) it would still have no effect on the concept of the finality of Muhammad (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam). (Tahzeerun-Naas,Pages 3 and 25).

 

9. The holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam) learnt the Urdu language from the ‘Ulama of Deoband. (Baraaheen-e-Qaati ‘ah,page 26).

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NADWA REFORMER

Thirdly, the verses of the Holy Quran which have been quoted above, are enough to refute this argument. It has been proved by these verses that despite reading the Kalima or offering prayers these insolent people are disbelievers. At one place Allah said “They have become disbelievers after embracing Islam, because they have made a particular statement.” At another place Allah has said: “Make no excuses; you have become disbelievers after embracing Islam”. According to this flimsy argument there should be more than 99 words of disbelief but Allah has declared them as disbelievers for only one word of disbelief. Perhaps the insolent people will answer that this is a mistake of Allah or He has been too hasty in restricting the sphere of Islam. They would blame that the followers of Qiblah and the readers of Kalima are being pushed out of Islam just for saying one word, and that they have not been given even the chance of making an excuse. Also Allah did not consult some worshipper of nature or a lecturer from Nadwa or some other liberal Islamic reformer of their persuasion. “May the curse of Allah fall on the wrongdoers.” Fourthly, the answer to this argument is:
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CHARGE AGAINST ISLAMIC SCHOLARS

Fifthly, as a matter of fact these insolent people have levelled this baseless charge against the Islamic scholars. The experts of the Islamic law have never given such a decision. The insolent people have acted like the Jews and changed the meanings by interpreting the statement out of its context. “The Jews change and interpret a statement out of Its context,” says the Quran. The experts of law have not said that a man who has 99 acts of disbelief and one ad of Islam in his character is a Muslim. 0 Allah we seek your refuge from such a dreadful mischief! The truth, on the other hand, is that the entire Muslim community is agreed on the point that a person who has in his balance-sheet 99 000 statements of Islam and one statement of disbelief is certainly and absolutely a disbeliever. In 99 drops of rose-water if you put one drop of urine, it will all become urine. But these ignorant people say that if you put one drop of rose-water into 99 drops of urine, the whole mixture will become pious and pure impossible. Let alone the Islamic scholars, even an ordinary sensible man cannot make such a silly statement. Actually the experts of lslamic law have said that if a Muslim uses a word which has one hundred possible shades of meaning, and 99 shades of meaning go towards disbelief and one comes towards Islam, it would be fair not to call him a disbeliever, until it is proved that his intention was to express some shade of disbelief through this world.The logic behind this statement appeals to common sense. The experts want to give this Muslim the benefit of the doubt. At least, there is one shade of opinion which is Islamic. 1t is quite possible that he might have intended this one, and this view would go in his favour. However they have already made it clear that, if his intention was based on disbelief, in Allah’s decision he will be a disbeliever. Let us take an example. If Zaid says “Amar possesses knowledge of the unseen definitely.’. This statement has the following possible shades of meaning:

POSSIBLE SHADES OF MEANING

1. Amar by his very nature knows about everything that is unseen. This is clear disbelief and partnership with Allah.
“Say none in the heavens or on earth, except Allah, knows what is hidden”,
(QURAN XXVI’-65)

2. Amar does not possess the knowledge of the unseen but some spirits (Jinn) who possess this knowledge, convey this knowledge to him. So he definitely gets the knowledge of the unseen. This is also a disbelief.
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THE BIG ADVANTAGE KNOWLEDGE OF THE UNSEEN

This search for the truth has also made another point clear. In some Islamic decisions like Fataawa QaziKhan etc, it is recorded that a person, who gives the names of Allah and His Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم as witnesses to a marriage contract, or says that the souls of spiritual guides are present and omniscient, or says that the angels possess the knowledge of the unseen or says ‘I possess the knowledge of the unseen’ is a disbeliever. It implies a declaration of disbelief on account of his personal knowledge, although in these statements there are many possibilities of Islamic interpretation. Here it is not clearly stated that the knowledge of the unseen is definite and the term knowledge is used in good faith. If we go into further possibilities, there will be 42 rather than 21 possibilities. Many of these will be out of the range of disbelief, because assertions of the knowledge of the unseen in good faitry is not disbelief. Baher-ur-Raalq and Durr-E-Mukhtar state as under:

“It is learnt from their issues here trlat one who regards something which Allah has condemned as Haraam being Halaal following his wishful thinking, he will not be condemned as Kafir. He will be condemned as Kafir if he resolutely believes in a Haraam as being Halal, and likewise. What Oartabi has mentioned in the Sharah of Muslim that having wishful thought regarding the Unseen such as the thoughts of the star-gazers and palm-readers regarding the occurrence of things in the future through daily practice which is a correct thought. Claiming to possess the knowledge of the Unseen, apparently such a claim of having ideas of Ghaib is Haraam but not Kufr as against the claim of the knowledge of the Ghaib.

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