inhabitants of the grave helping the living allegation on Fazail e Amaal

Allegation that Aqeedah of  Tablighi jamaat  is that dead inhabitants of the grave can help

The objector of a particular group , after quoting a few stories claims, ‘These stories teach that the inhabitants of the graves can help the living.’ 

we would have to clear this point.It is not our belief, neither is it the author’s of Fazail e Amaal belief that the inhabitants of the grave can assist the living. 

Our belief, the belief of the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaa, the belief of the author of Fadhaail-e-Aamal is clear and that is, that undoubtedly the inhabitants of the grave cannot assist the living

the objector because of group mentality has become blind in searching and has made a tremendous blunder in making such an absurd claim.

Nowhere in the entire book, Fadhaail-e-Aamal, did the author every say or support such a claim.

The objector was being biased and with anti tableeghi only attitude hence he searched for a few stories here and there from which he quickly jumped to conclusions.Such irrational claims are of no avail in front of justice.

If this was the case, then any person can make any deduction from any book to suit his own whims and desires.

Let alone any book, even the Qur’aan. Take for example, the verse wherein Allah Ta’ala states, ‘Your wives are a tilt for you, so approach your tilt as you wish’. Speaking about how a husband may have intercourse with his wife. Now any person can quickly come to a deduction here that it is permissible for a husband to have annul intercourse with his wife, whereas this is prohibited and unlawful.

Likewise, the objector’s claims were irrational.

He did not understand the object of the story, hence, he took the meaning that suited his own desires,

made a false allegation and wishes to mislead everyone else into believing his fabricated lie.

We, thus, place on record that this allegation is a lie and that the author never said that, neither did he intend the false meaning that is being portrayed by the objector.

This brings us to end of the three major issues that were raised by the objector.

The information mentioned above were all based on clear facts with references and explicit proofs from the Qur’aan, Hadith, incidents of the noble companions of Nabi (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) and the verdicts of the great Ulama and Muhadditheen of the past.

The abovementioned facts and proofs are more than sufficient for one who reads with an open mind and does not have a biased attitude.