Statments Of Salafi Scholars On Tableegi-Jamat


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1. Shaykh ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) was asked:

Question: May Allaah grant you the best (of His favours). In the hadeeth of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa Asallam), relating to the splitting of the Ummah, he says:

“…and my Ummah shall split into 72 sects…”

So, is the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, with what they have in terms of shirk and innovations; and also the Jamaa’ah al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen, with what they have in terms of partisanship and revolting/rebelling against the leaders and lack of obedience; from the 72 sects?

So, he (the Imaam) responded, may Allaah forgive him and bestow upon him His immense mercy:

They are from the 72 (sects). Whoever opposes the ‘aqeedah of Ahlus-Sunnah enters the fold of the 72 (sects). The meaning of the Prophet’s (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) statement,

“My Ummah”

is: the Ummah of Ijaabah, i.e. the Ummah of response; those who responded to the Prophet’s call and revealed their allegiance to him. And the meaning of 73 sects: the victorious sect which adhered to him and was upright in their religion and 72 of those sects – amongst them the kuffaar, the sinners and various innovators.

So, the questioners asked: Are these two groups (Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh and Jamaa’ah al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen) from amongst the 72 sects?

He responded: Yes, they are from the amongst the 72 sects, along with the Murji’ah and other than them; the Murji’ah and the Khawaarij – some of the people of knowledge regard the Khawaarij from amongst the kuffaar, out of the fold of Islaam although amongst the 72 sects.

Source : Taken from the recording of the Shaykh Ibn Baaz’s lessons in Sharh al-Muntaqaa in Ta’if approximately 2 years or less before his death.

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> ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) was asked about the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, so the questioner asked:

Your excellency, we hear about the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh and that which their da’wah entails. So would you advise me to join this Jamaa’ah (group). I anticipate your guidance and advice, and may Allaah reward you immensely.

So the Shaykh responded by saying:

Whoever invites to (the path of) Allaah, then he is a muballigh (one who conveys the message (of Islaam)), (as the hadeeth mentions):

Convey from me, even if it be a (single) Aayah;

However, the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh (originally) from India have many deviations. They have some aspects of bid’ah and shirk, so it is not permissible to go (out) with them, except for a person who has knowledge and goes (out) with them to disapprove of what they are upon and to teach them (the truth). If, however, he goes (out) to follow and adhere to them, then no.

That is because they have deviations, mistakes and lack of knowledge. However, if there was a Jamaa’ah doing tableegh other than them, from the people of knowledge, then (it is permissible to) go out with them for daw’ah purposes.

If there was a person of knowledge who goes out with them to enlighten and guide them, along with teaching them such that they leave their falsehood and embrace the way of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa’ah, (then that is good).

[This was extracted from the tape: ‘fatwaa Samaahatush-Shaykh ‘Abdul ‘Azeez Ibn Baaz concerning the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh’ which was published in Ta’if about two years before the Shaykh’s death. The tape refutes the cover-up of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh and the old statement of the Shaykh which was published before their reality and manhaj was made clear to him.]

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2 The noble Shaykh Saalih Ibn Fawzaan al-Fawzaan was asked:

Question: What is your opinion concerning those who travel outside the Kingdom to give da’wah whilst they have never studied/sought knowledge. They encourage this and make odd statements firmly believing that whoever goes out in the path of Allaah for da’wah then Allaah will assist them with “inspirations/revelations” and they also believe that having knowledge is not a condition to do so.

And you know that one who travels outside the Kingdom will find differing madhaahib and religions/sects with questions which shall be posed to the one giving da’wah.

Is it not your opinion, O Shaykh, regarding the one who travels (outside the Kingdom) in the path of Allaah, that he should be appropriately equipped so that he can face the people, and especially in East Asia where they are actively against the da’wah of Shaykh Muhammed Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab? I request an answer to my question such that benefit can be gained.

Response: Going out in the path of Allaah is not the sort of going out which is implied today. Going out in the path of Allaah (really means) going out for war. As for that which they call going out nowadays, then this is an innovation which is not mentioned on the authority of any of the Pious Predecessors.

And going out calling to Allaah is not specific to any particular day(s) rather one should call to Allaah according to circumstances and abilities, without specifying a group (with which to go out with) nor 40 days or more or less.

And similarly from that which is obligatory upon the caller is to have knowledge. It is not permissible to call to Allaah whilst one is ignorant (lacking knowledge). Allaah says:

“Say: This is my way, I invite to Allaah with sure knowledge…” [Soorah Yoosuf, (12):108]

i.e. upon (sound) knowledge, because it is imperative the caller knows what he is calling to from that which is: waajib (obligatory), mustahab (recommended), muharram (impermissible) and makrooh (disliked) and also knows what is shirk, sinning, kufr (disbelief), fisq (open sinning) and knows the (different) levels and the manner in which to forbid and discourage.

And going out whilst one is busy seeking knowledge is not befitting because seeking knowledge is an obligation and is not achieved except by learning/studying and this is from the evil and ignorant ways of the misguided Soofees because any action without knowledge leads to misguidance.

Source :: Thalaathu Muhaadiraat fil-‘Ilm wad-Da’wah

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3. Shaykh ‘Abdur-Razzaaq ‘Afeefee

The Shaykh was asked regarding going out with the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh to remind the people of the Greatness of Allaah.

So the Shaykh said: That which is the case, is that they are innovators and those who adhere to the manhaj of the Qadariyyah and other than them and their going out is not (regarded as) in the Path of Allaah, rather it is in the path of Illiyaas. They do not invite to the Book (of Allaah) and nor the Sunnah, rather they invite to Illiyaas, their Shaykh in Bangladesh.

As for going out with them with the intention to invite to the path of Allaah, then that is (regarded as) going out in the path of Allaah but not that which is going out with the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh.

And I know of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh from a long time and they are innovators wherever they may be; Egypt, Israel, America, Saudi Arabia and all of them attach themselves to their Shaykh Illiyaas.

Source : Source: Fataawa wa-Rasaa’il Samaahhtu ‘Abdur-Razzaaq ‘Afeefee, Volume 1, Page 174

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4. Shaykh Muhammed Ibn Ibraaheem Aal-ash-Shaykh

Muhammed Ibn Ibraaheem to his excellency Prince Khaalid Ibn Sa’ood, leader of the Royal Court, as-Salaam ‘Alaikum wa-Rahmatullaahi wa-Barakaatuhu, to proceed:

I received the noble correspondence of your excellency (No.36/4/5-D on 21/1/1382 A.H) and that which it contains of the request directed to his excellency, the king, from Muhammed Ibn ‘Abdul-Haamid al-Qaadiree, Shaah Ahmad Nooraanee, ‘Abdus-Salaam al-Qaadiree and Sa’ood Ahmad Dahlawee regarding their request for assistance in the project of their organisation which they have named (Kulliyyatud-Daw’ah wat-Tableegh al-Islaamiyyah) – and also the pamphlets that have been enclosed with their request.

I inform your excellency that there is no good in this organisation for certainly it is an organisation of innovation and falsehood which I have discovered by reading their pamphlets which were attached to their requests. We found it to comprise of falsehood, innovation and the inviting to the worshipping of graves and shirk. Quite simply, something which (we) cannot remain quiet about.

Therefore, we shall (inshaa-Allaah) put forward a refutation revealing their misguidance and falsehood.

We ask Allaah to assist his religion and make high His Word, was-Salaam ‘Alaikum wa-Rahmatullaahi wa-Barakaatuhu.

Fatwaa Of The Noble Shaykh, Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen al-Albaanee In Warning Against The Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh
Imaam Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen al-Albaanee
al-Fataawa al-Imaaraatiyyah of al-Albaanee

He (rahimahullaah) was asked:

“What is your opinion concerning the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh? Is it permissible for a student of knowledge or other than him to go out with them under the guise of inviting to (the path of) Allaah?”

So he responded: The Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh does not uphold the manhaj of the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) and that which our Pious Predecessors were upon.

And if the situation was such, then it is not permissible to go out with them because it defies our manhaj in calling to the manhaj of the Pious Predecessors. So in the path of inviting to Allaah, then an ‘aalim (one who is knowledgeable) can go out with them but as for those (ignorant – without knowledge) who go out with them, then it is obligatory upon them to remain in their countries and (study Islaam) seek knowledge in their masaajid until there graduates from amongst them people of knowledge who hold study circles inviting to the path of Allaah.

As long as the situation is like that, it is upon the student of knowledge to invite these people (those from Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh) to study the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah and invite people to it.

And the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, with respect to da’wah to the Book and the Sunnah, do not intend by it a starting point, rather they consider that to be a divided call (da’wah)/approach; And because of this, they most resemble the Jamaa’ah of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen.

They say their da’wah is based upon the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah, however this is mere idle talk for certainly they have no ‘aqeedah upon which they are united (which unites them) – so you find some are Maatureedee, others are Ash’aree, whilst others are Soofee and even some who have no madhhab (affiliation to any particular ideology).

This is because their da’wah is built upon amassing (the people), then gathering together and culturising/instructing them, and in reality they do not really have any culture. More than half a century has passed and there has not appeared from amongst them a scholar.

As for us, then we say instruct them, then gather together, such that the gathering together is based upon a foundation in which there is no doubt.

So the da’wah of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh is that of the Soofiyyah, they call to good manners, as for correcting the differing ‘aqeedah of the group, then they do not exert themselves one iota. This is because they believe this will cause differences (and splitting apart).

It came to pass that a brother, Sa’d al-Husayn had much correspondence with the leader of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh in India or Pakistan and it became clear from that they acknowledge (belief in) intercession and seeking help (from other than Allaah) and many other such things. And they require their people (members) to make bay’ah (oath of allegiance) based upon four issues: amongst them the Naqshbandiyyah methodology. So it is upon every tableeghee (one who ascribes to the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh) to make bay’ah of these fundamentals (issues).

A questioner may ask: Indeed this group has corrected its faults (returned to Allaah) as a result of the efforts of many individuals and quite possibly many non-Muslims have accepted Islaam at their hands. Is this not sufficient (proof) for the permissibilty of going out with them and participating in that which they call to?

So we say: Indeed we know these words and hear them a lot and know them to emanate from the Soofiyyah! For example, there is a Shaykh whose ‘aqeedah is incorrect and does not know anything about the Sunnah. Instead they deceitfully take from the wealth of the people, so together with this, many open sinners seek forgiveness from them!

So every group which invites to good, then it is imperative they should be in adherence (to the Qur’aan and the Sunnah), and (this) our approach is pure, so what are they (others) calling to?

Are they calling to adherence to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of the Messenger (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) and the ;aqeedah of the Pious Predecessors, abandoning blind following of the madhhabs to such an extent that they adhere to the Sunnah over and above their madhhab!? So the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh do not have a knowledge-based (manhaj), rather, their manhaj is according to the place where they are to be found, so they change their “colours” to suit themselves.

Source: S-M-405 on 29/1/1382 A.H

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5. Imaam ‘Abdul-‘Azeez Ibn Baaz (rahimahullaah) was asked:

Question: “I went out with the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh to India and Pakistan. We used to congregate and pray in masaajid within which there were graves and I heard that the salaah in a masjid within which there is a grave is invalid. What is your opinion of my salaah and should I repeat them? What is the ruling about going out with them to these places?”

Response: “Indeed, the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh do not have real knowledge pertaining to issues of ‘aqeedah so it is not permissible to go out with them except for the one who has real knowledge of the correct ‘aqeedah of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa’ah. In this, he can enlighten them, advise them and co-operate with them in good because they are active in their affairs. However, they are in need of more knowledge from those who can enlighten them amongst the scholars of Tawheed and Sunnah. May Allaah grant everyone understanding of the religion and firmness upon it.

As for the salaah in the masaajid within which are graves, then it is incorrect and it is obligatory upon you to repeat all that you did (in those masaajid) due to that which the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) said:

“Allaah has cursed the Jews and the Christians who have taken the graves of their Prophets’ as places of worship” – it’s authenticity is agreed upon.

Also, his (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam) statement:

“Indeed those before you used to take the graves of their Prophets’ and pious people as places of worship, so do not take the graves as places of worship, for certainly I prohibit you from that”, transmitted by Muslim in his Saheeh.

And the ahaadeeth on this subject are numerous – and with Allaah lies all success and may Allaah send prayers upon our Prophet Muhammed, his family and his companions.

Source : Source: Fatwaa dated 2/11/1414 A.H

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6. Shaykh Saalih ibn Fowzaan

—>> The prohibition of going out with the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh


Question: May Allaah treat you well, Oh noble Shaykh, the questioner asks: “Is it permissible to go out for a period of months, or weeks, or days, as is done by the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh (Tableeghi Jamaa’ah)? Is this Sunnah or Bid`ah? And is it permissible to go out with this Jamaa’ah (group) if the person is learning (studying) Sharee’ah knowledge?

Response: This is not permissible. This is Bid`ah (innovation). This Khurooj (going out), which is for 40 days, or 4 months, or 4 days, or 40 days, or 4 months, this is Bid`ah. And this group is a Soofee Jamaa’ah, and it is confirmed that they are a Soofee Jamaa’ah from the Deobandees (a group of Soofees from India). They go from land to land in order to spread Sufism. It is not permissible for a person of the Sunnah and a person of Tawheed to go out with them. Because if he goes out with them, he is helping them in spreading their Bid`ah, and people will use him as an argument, and they will say, “so-and-so goes out with them.” Or they will say, “well, the people all go out with them.” Or they say, “well, they’re allowed in the country.”

Therefore, it is obligatory to reject these people. It is obligatory that they be rejected and they should not be given attention (i.e. listened to). This is so that they will return to with their Bid`ah to their own country, and so they do not spread their Bid`ah amongst us. Also, it is not permissible to go out with them to teach them. This is incorrect. Then along with this, they do not accept being taught. They do not accept being taught, because they are people of deceit and people who have a program. They have come in order to teach you, they have not come so that they can learn something from you. They have come to teach you their Soofism and their Madhhab . They have not come to learn from you! If they wanted to learn then they would sit with the scholars (‘Ulamaa.) in the masaajid and read the books (of the Pious Predecessors). This is from the errors that it is not permissible to be decieved by. Yes.

Shaykh Saalih ibn Fowzaan Audio :http://www.marabic.com/audio/other/oth013/0020331.htm


& Also Al- Allamah Shaykh. saleh al-Fawzaan Said : It is obligatory upon the Muslims to warn against ” Tableegi – Jamaat “

Link : http://www.al-athariyyah.com/…/…/manhaj_fawzaan_tableegh.pdf

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7.  Shaykh Muhammed Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee regarding the Jamaaah at-Tableegh

He (rahima-hullaah) was asked:

“What is your opinion concerning the Jamaaah at-Tableegh? Is it permissible for a student of knowledge or other than him to go out with them under the guise of inviting to (the path of) Allaah?”

So he responded: The Jamaaah at-Tableegh does not uphold the manhaj of the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger (sal-Allaahu alayhe wa sallam) and that which our Salaf as-Saalih were upon.

And if the situation was such, then it is not permissible to go out with them because it defies our manhaj in calling to the manhaj of the Salaf as-Saalih. So in the path of inviting to Allaah, then an aalim (one who is knowledgeable) can go out with them but as for those (ignorant without knowledge) who go out with them, then it is obligatory upon them to remain in their countries and (study Islaam) seek knowledge in their masaajid until there graduates from amongst them people of knowledge who hold study circles inviting to the path of Allaah.

As long as the situation is like that, it is upon the student of knowledge to invite these people (those from Jamaaah at-Tableegh) to study the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah and invite people to it.

And the Jamaaah at-Tableegh, with respect to dawah to the Book and the Sunnah, do not intend by it a starting point, rather they consider that to be a divided call (dawah)/approach; And because of this, they most resemble the Jamaaah of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen.

They say their dawah is based upon the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah, however this is mere idle talk for certainly they have no aqeedah upon which they are united (which unites them) so you find some are Maatureedee, others are Asharee, whilst others are Soofee and even some who have no madhhab (affiliation to any particular ideology).

This is because their dawah is built upon amassing (the people), then gathering together and culturising/instructing them, and in reality they do not really have any culture. More than half a century has passed and there has not appeared from amongst them a scholar.

As for us, then we say instruct them, then gather together, such that the gathering together is based upon a foundation in which there is no doubt.

So the dawah of the Jamaaah at-Tableegh is that of the Soofiyyah, they call to good manners, as for correcting the differing aqeedah of the group, then they do not exert themselves one iota. This is because they believe this will cause differences (and splitting apart).

It came to pass that a brother, Sad al-Husayn had much correspondence with the leader of the Jamaaah at-Tableegh in India or Pakistan and it became clear from that they acknowledge (belief in) intercession and seeking help (from other than Allaah) and many other such things. And they require their people (members) to make bayah (oath of allegiance) based upon four issues: amongst them the Naqshbandiyyah methodology. So it is upon every tableeghee (one who ascribes to the Jamaaah at-Tableegh) to make bayah of these fundamentals (issues).

A questioner may ask: Indeed this group has corrected its faults (returned to Allaah) as a result of the efforts of many individuals and quite possibly many non-Muslims have accepted Islaam at their hands. Is this not sufficient (proof) for the permissibilty of going out with them and participating in that which they call to?

So we say: Indeed we know these words and hear them a lot and know them to emanate from the Soofiyyah! For example, there is a Shaykh whose aqeedah is incorrect and does not know anything about the Sunnah. Instead they deceitfully take from the wealth of the people, so together with this, many open sinners seek forgiveness from them!

So every group which invites to good, then it is imperative they should be in adherence (to the Qur.aan and the Sunnah), and (this) our approach is pure, so what are they (others) calling to?

Are they calling to adherence to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of the Messenger (sal-Allaahu alayhe wa sallam) and the ;aqeedah of the Salaf as-Saalih, abandoning blind following of the madhhabs to such an extent that they adhere to the Sunnah over and above their madhhab!? So the Jamaaah at-Tableegh do not have a knowledge-based (manhaj), rather, their manhaj is according to the place where they are to be found, so they change their “colours” to suit themselves.

[al-Fataawa al-Imaaraatiyyah of al-Albaanee].

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8. Shaykh Ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked the following question:

Q. I went out with the Tableeghi Jamaa‘at to India and Pakistan. We used to gather and pray in mosques in which there are graves, and I heard that prayers offered in mosques in which there are graves are invalid. What is your opinion on my prayers, and should I repeat them? What is the ruling on going out with them to these places?

A. He replied:

The Tableeghi Jama‘ah does not have a clear idea on matters of …aqeedah, so it is not permissible for anyone to go out with them apart from the one who has knowledge and understanding of the correct …aqeedah followed by Ahl al-Sunnah wa‘l-Jamaa‘ah, so that he can teach them, advise them and cooperate with them for good purposes, because they are very active, but they need more knowledge and they need scholars who know about Tawheed and the Sunnah to teach them. May Allaah help us all to understand His religion properly and adhere to it steadfastly—

Majmoo‘ Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 8/331

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Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta’

Q: I have read many Fatwas issued by you urging the knowledge seekers to join the group of Tabligh (a group calling to Islam). I joined this group and made use of the knowledge they provide. However, they observe some acts that are not mentioned in the Book of Allah or in the Sunnah. The following are some examples:

1. Forming circles of two people or more inside the Masjid (Mosque) to study the last ten Surahs of the Qur’an and whenever they go out on a mission they have to perform this task mentioned above.

2. Continuous performance of I`tikaf on Thursdays.

3. Determining certain days for setting out for Da`wah, three days of every month, forty days of every year, and four months during one’s lifetime.

4. Continuous collective supplication after each time of making Da`wah.

If I join this group, what should I do with these acts which are not mentioned in the Book of Allah or in the Sunnah? Furthermore, changing the group’s method is impossible. Please, advise.

A: The acts of the group you mentioned count as Bid`ahs (innovations in religion). You are not allowed to join them unless they adhere to the teachings stated in the Book of Allah and in the Sunnah and stop observing Bid`ah in deeds, words and beliefs.

May Allah grant us success! May peace and blessings of Allah be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and Companions!

Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta’

Abdul-`Aziz ibn `Abdullah ibn Baz
Abdullah ibn Ghudayyan
Salih Al-Fawzan
Abdul-`Aziz Al Al-Shaykh
Bakr Abu Zayd

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  1. These ‘fatwa’ are baseless.

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