PARADISE FOR ALL MANKIND..All humans are brothers and sisters.This was the Motto of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu Alahi Wasallam. He even cried at the death of a Jew. We are his ummati Our concern should be same. To start from ourself reform, family,locality,country to whole mankind till the day of Judgment. Dawah is very effective tool for our correction also.Our success for life here and Hereafter THE LIFE AFTER DEATH is in obeying commands of Allah and following Path of Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH)
Tablighi Jamaat Ulama Karam Madaris: Cooperation Mutual Respect
There are some brothers who unknowingly are trying to make confusion and mistrust between Ulama Karam and Tablighi Jamaat. This is very bad attempt. Ulama are the real caretaker of the ummah. They have to lead all work of deen including Dawah work of Tablighi Jamaat. The general muslim will be behind them. Deeper co operation,mutual respect is needed between Tablighi jamaat work and of Madaris and educational institution. In this background the following Quotes and scholars writing being presented. May Allah help the ummah. ******************************* Quotes from the talk of Shaikh ul Arab wal Ajam Hazrat Maulana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar Saheb (ra)
I consider the Tablîghî jamâ‘atto be an excellent group throughout the world which is doing collective work for the sake of Islam. It is most certainly obligatory on us to teach the principles of tablîgh. But I consider it harâm to say things which demonstrate scorn towards the Tablîghî jamâ‘at, which belittles it, and which entails mocking at it. To teach the injunctions and the limits is one thing, but to criticize and belittle is something else. For example, if they commit a wrong, inform the headquarters or the ‘ulamâ’ so that the wrong could be rectified. However, do not adopt an approach which gives an impression that they are outsiders. No, they belong to us.
In other words, Allah Ta’alahas made this jamâ‘at a means for a great fard-e-kifâyah. By the blessing of this, many senior officers and western educated people have started performing salâh, keeping fast, and practising on the Sunnah.
So a talk like this does not mean that we are opposed to the Tablîghî jamâ‘at. I am merely explaining the limits. Just as we acknowledge their services and respect them, at the same time we advise them not to scorn and belittle the ‘ulamâ’, not to scorn and belittle the mashâ’ikh and pious elders.
"When “ikrâm-e-Muslim” (showing affection and respect to a Muslim) is included among the “six points”, are the ‘ulamâ’ not Muslims? In fact, they are great Muslims. In fact, they are the core of Muslims; they are the ones who make Muslims into proper Muslims."
"Remaining aloof from the ‘ulamâ’, Ahlullâh and mashâ’ikh is also against sincerity."
Respect for all Muslims, and special Respect and Qadr for Ulama Karam
It was a pain that afflicted him all the time; I could neither eat nor sleep. It was a concern that had absorbed all other concerns; It was a topic whose explanation and elucidation had seized all his energy, his tongue and his pen, to such an extent that writing about other topics posed a huge test for him.
He had written to Shaykhul Hadith Maulana Zakarya (rahimuhullah) the following: "The desire of my heart is, that at least my brain, thought, time and energy, should be exclusively limited to this work." He also used to say: "As it might be lawful for me, any occupation when I can feel the soul of Rasulullah (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) feels anxious (because of the weakness of the faith of Muslims and the rule of kufr). " One day an assistant complained that he observed in him a lack of attention to their behavior when compared with earlier. He replied: "I am very busy, I have the feeling that Rasulullah (sallallaahu alaihi wasallam) is poor and can not focus my attention on anything else."
Not attending meetings where I could not take to publicize their message. He disliked having to go only by compromise. He used to say: "If you're going somewhere, carries the message and make this known to you, keep your invitation above all".
Once in Delhi, he had by force to attend a wedding ceremony of an acquaintance. He addressed all those present as follows: "Today for you is the happiest day of all, where even the smallest is pleased; even it is for the sweeper own ... Tell me! Do you have any concerns please Rasulullah (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam)? " Then he explained that the effort to revive the Din brought by Rasulullah (salallau alaihi wa sallam) was the highest way to please.
These delicate references come from the founder of the Yama't Tabligh Maulana Ilyas Muhammad Nurul marqadahu Allah, who loved to spread the faith to such an extent that all other sensory pleasures opinions went out before her. This spiritual pleasure had become sensory and natural for him.
One day, Maulana defined 'Ishq' (worship) as follows: . "The pleasures and interests of man are divided into countless numbers of things are summarized and converge at a point, and this is 'Ishq' The same definition was Maulana personalized therein. He used to mourn and mourn when he thought of the removal of the ummah of his Din. Sometimes he used to writhe in pain, sigh and moan: "Oh, Allah, what else could I do ?! I'm not trying hard enough. Sometimes ending anguish in his bed, soon after he got up and began to take walks in the room. One night his wife noticed and asked, "What ?, Can not sleep?" He replied: "How would I tell? If you ever know why I do, then that would be two vigil. "
The result of this heartache and delivery towards your goal happened on a few years, the chest pain that oppressed flame lit one hundreds. The Mewatis Hindus who had become half despite being called Muslims, who celebrated Hindu festivals in whose villages rarely there was only one mosque, even those accustomed to kill newborns; Suddenly, flashes of light began to shine on the Mewatis homes. They began to build mosques, religious schools and madrassas multiplied, the number of Huffaz reached hundreds of them and had a good number of qualified Ulama. The birth of love in the Iman monitoring drowned tendentious kufr. The customs and traditions that had marked their way of life began to be eradicated. An experienced this same Mewati explained in a very clear way when asked what had happened in that place.He said: "Little more can I say, what I do know is that some things for which we used to fight did not happen, and now they do it for themselves; certain things that we tried to stop battles and with great effort, sprang not stopping and are now on their own. "
Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Ilyas had a deep concern believing that if the Ulama overlooked preaching and this task is left to the common man only, could develop many defects. His desire was directed towards Ulama instructed to take an interest in this case and use his talented gifts given by God to spread his work.Because most of the life of Maulana had been associated with learning, he knew well the purposes of madaris, teachers and students. He wanted to shake hands with this effort to invite to God, but also wanted to help those in their learning Madaris without interfering with their work. He writes: "The Deen can grow and develop according to the progress and development of learning and on the progress and development of education. It would be the greatest loss if my motion would cause any impediment to education. I do not pretend to Tabligh prevent or harm progress toward learning ... "
He was accustomed to advise groups that were in the way of Allah for Tabligh, sit and learn from elders meetings with the intention of improving themselves, and never mention own preaching work in his presence. If the elders ask something by choice, the better, otherwise they were silent.
In one of his letters he told Shaykhul Hadith Maulana Zakarya (Rahmatul Allah 'alaih): "I have this in my an old desire, which is that these groups benefit from the 'khankas', respecting in them all courtesies, and that missionary work is performed at specific times in the neighboring villages. (Please) make a plan that identifies with this once consulted with the next groups. This humble person is also overwhelmed by the desire to assist with some colleagues. Similarly, I am thinking of Deoband and Thana Bhawan. "
Hakim-ul-Ummah, Hazrat Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi was of the opinion that when Ulama who had been educated for eight or ten years been failing to resolve some issues while they were as missionaries, they could do the ignorant Mewatis any formal attempt teaching or education? His cautious nature and vision of the future was not satisfied and he feared that harm might come of it. But when he received continued reports that the groups were working under the supervision and guidance of the Ulama, and they did not mention anything about what was not allowed, he was reassured.
The founder of the Jama'at Tabligh always tried to link workers with Ulama Tabligh. Used to emphasize the importance of the Ulama and the need to benefit from them, the rewards for being on his side, and also taught the ways to address them and how to talk. Used to educate workers seeking the best explanation for what they did not understand and maintain their confidence in school scholars. The results of this effort soon came to see that those big businessmen who were against the Ulama, started attending meetings with respect and reverence and inviting them to lecture to their communities. They did not put the only condition that those talks would only Ulama who had spent some time inside the Jama'at, but were also invited all the upright and famous Ulama.
Shaykhul ratio Islam Maulana Sayyed Hussein Ahmad Madani (rahimuhullah) maintained with politicians was no secret, but sometimes he offered public speaking but had not spent time with some formal Jama'at Tabligh.
Maulana Sayyed Abul Hassan Ali Nadvi (rahimuhullah), who was the heart and soul of the Ulama of Nadvatul - and who is not aware between Nadwah and other madrasas for its special atmosphere and isolation of some of its fundadores.- your dealing with the founder of the Jama'at was completely different.Hazrat Ilyas respected and loved all Ulama and so did Ali Mian (rahimuhullah), giving major attention to his advice.
One day Ali Mian Nadwah lso said that although he has always reached out to the people affectionately Din, rarely had a positive response; thank God that he, Maulana Ilyas, always felt and expressed much love for them. Tears began to slide down the cheeks of Maulana and he said: "What is it you are saying Your Jama'at is one that is within the Din;? I am not in favor of neglecting even the people of Aligarh " Apart from Mian Ali, Hazrat Maulana Manzoor Ahmad Naumani rahimuhul Allah, also was among his closest associates. Raipoori Hazrat Maulana Abdul Qadir, was also a regular visitor.
Even a blind person could not deny the fruit born and spread throughout the world spreading his blessings, to get millions of people has been renovated to be part of it; but despite all this, there remains a need at every step guide through the Ulama. God forbid, if a crack is created between the Jama'at and the Ulama and these are devoted to follow the Jama'at rather than the other way around, this will have serious results within religious circles.