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Advice to those who participate in dawah along with the Tableeghi Jamaat
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Knowledge is necessary to fulfill the responsibility of Dawah
Advice to those who participate in Dawah along with the Tableeghi Jamaat
Methodology of the Discussion
Experiences from 2001 to 2011
Tableeghi Jamaat and its relation to Deoband and Sufism
- The Tableeghi Jamaat is a Deobandi group
- Important Personalities amongst the Deobandis and the Tableeghi Jamaat
- The Tableeghi Jamaat‘s Handbook
- The Definition and Reality of Sufism

Attachment to graves is persistently endorsed in stories of Fazaail-e-Aamaal
- Stories of calling upon the Messenger of Allah
- Should such stories be circulated amongst common Muslims?

An Important Additional Clarification
- Moulana Zakariyyah did not invent these stories, and these can be found in books from the past

The Prophet severely warned against taking graves as places of worship even on his death-bed

Undue veneration of the graves in the stories of Fazaail-e-Aamaal Story endorsing that Dua (supplication) is more acceptable near graves

Asking the Prophet for Shafa'ah after his death is endorsed in the stories of Fazaail-e-Aamaal

Fazaail-e-Aamaal contains stories of complaining at graves, and the dead performing righteous actions that benefit the living

The unanimous Aqeedah of the Deobandis and their approval of benefitting from the graves

Conclusion

Appendix: The reality of unusual events near graves and tombs