What is the ruling regarding the congregational supplication after their “bayaan” (i.e. the words of advice of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh)?
That which is well known about this group (Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh) is the lack of importance they place on seeking knowledge…
By the concensus of the scholars, the Qaadiyaaniyyah are a kaafir sect which assumes the name of Islaam to cover up its real evil aims and goals, and its corrupted ‘aqeedah, of which the most dangerous aspect being the calling to and belief in the prophethood of their founder.
The Khawaarij are a sect which came out to kill ‘Alee ibn Abee Taalib (radhi-yallaahu ‘anhu) concerning the issue of ruling/leadership.
They are more commonly known as the Shee’ah who have exceeded in their love and honour for the Aal al-Bayt (the family of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)).
The da’wah of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh is based upon spreading the merits of Islaam to everyone they are able to reach. This entails it’s adherents to give up some of their time to go out and spread and propogate the da’wah keeping well away from political and partisan issues.
They are from amongst the sects of the Shee’ah (Raafidhah) who are the followers of Abu Ja’far Muhammad ‘Alee al-Baaqir and his son Ja’far as-Saadiq. They claim leadership (imaamah) of these two along with their father Zayn al-‘Aabideen, whilst some amongst them halt the imaamah at just one of them, and do not pass the […]
This sect is a misguided one which is an offshoot of the Shee’ah (Raafidhah) sect of al-Ithnaa ‘Ashariyyah. Its first beginnings were in Iran. It was called the “al-Baabiyyah” because it was in reference to its founder who called himself “al-Baab”. And al-Baab claimed prophethood for himself, and that Allaah was present within him. The […]
The Aftahiyyah are a sect from amongst the Raafidhah. They claim the imaamah was passed from Ja’far as-Saadiq to his son ‘Abdullaah al-Aftah, who was Ismaa’eel’s brother – both having the same parents, their mother being Faatimah bint al-Husayn ibn al-Hasan ibn ‘Alee.