Observations on Jamaa’at ut-Tableegh and Their Innovated, Shirk-Ridden Foundations, Origins, and Practices – Part 2


The ninth observation: That the founder of this jamaa’ah believed in al-kashf[1] as is apparent from his statement regarding the tafseer of the verse:

You [true believers in Islâmic Monotheism, and real followers of Prophet Muhammad (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) and his Sunnah (legal ways, etc.)] are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind; you enjoin Al-Ma’rûf (i.e. Islâmic Monotheism and all that Islâm has ordained) and forbid Al-Munkar (polytheism, disbelief and all that Islâm has forbidden), and you believe in Allâh. And had the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians) believed, it would have been better for them; among them are some who have faith, but most of them are Al-Fâsiqûn (disobedient to Allâh – and rebellious against Allâh’s Command). [Aali Imran (3):110]

Indeed, he explained it using the Soofee kashf, and it is not permissible to explain the Qur’aan with the Soofee kashf.[2]

The tenth observation: That the Tableegh worship with innovated dhikr (remembrance) upon the Soofee way, and this to separate the statement of tawheed La Ilaaha ila-Allaah.[ 3]

The eleventh observation: That whosoever cuts off the negation (Laa Ilaaha) from the affirmation (ila-Allaah) intentionally by saying “Laa Ilaaha” [by itself], then kufr has become necessary upon him due to this. And whoever says “ila-Allaah” 500 times [by itself] then he has disbelieved 500 times as has been established by ash-Shaykh Hammood at-Tuwayjiree as quoted from the Scholars.

The twelfth observation: That the dhikr in this form, which is what the Soofiyyoon are upon, is an innovation and misguidance, and it is not permissible to worship with it. So whoever says “La Ilaaha” 500 times then says “ila-Allaah” 400 times, then indeed, he is a misguided innovator – rather, he is a kaafir because he distinguished the negation from the affirmation. And whosever does this intentionally has disbelieved even if he is ignorant – he is not to be excused for his ignorance.

Source: al-Mawrid al-‘Adhb al-Zalaal (p. 284)

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[1] Kashf literally means unveiling, uncovering, etc. Used in this context, it is the Soofee concept insinuating that one can receive divine inspiration that “uncovers the true and hidden meanings” of Qur’aan or Sunnah. Imbedded into this heretical and evil allegation is an implied declaration of prophethood, for a person does not receive divine revelation (wahee) except that he is a prophet. And for one to claim prophethood is major kufr which ejects from the Religion.

[2] Muhammad Illiyaas az-zindeeq al-affaak al-atheem, having neither fear of Allaah nor knowledge of the principles of tafseer and Arabic language, explained the word ‘ukhrijat’ in this aayah to mean the innovated khurooj which the Tableegh perform to this day. So the defining characteristic of their sect is based upon the satanic whisperings of their founder and not upon any clear text. His son, Yoosuf al-Kandahlawee az-zindeeq, later compiled books full of fabricated and extremely weak ahaadeeth and aathaar in a desperate attempt to prove the validity of his father’s innovated khurooj. May Allaah sever them.

[3] That is, they say ‘Laa Ilaaha’, wait an extensive period, then say ‘ila-Allaah.’ Even worse, they sometimes do not say Laa Ilaaha at all. These innovated adhkaar, as stated by Shaykh Hammood Bin ‘Abdullaah at-Tuwayjiree, constitute major kufr and apostasy from Islaam due to what they contain from rejecting the Uloohiyyah of Allaah ‘Azz wa Jal. So it becomes clear that these du’aat of fitnah and dalaal actually desire the destruction of tawheed – the very foundation of the da’wah of Prophets and Messengers.

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