The Islamic Ruling of Salaah behind Deobandi Imams – Book Launch

All Praise is due to Allah Ta’ala. Salutations be upon His Beloved Messenger SalAllahu Alayhi WasallamSalaah is the most important pillar of Islam after Shahaadah. There are over 700 places in the Holy Qur’an in which Salaah has been emphasized, directly and indirectly. However, equally important is to protect one’s Salaah from ruination. Performing Salaah with the congregation is 27 times better than performing individually. Many Muslims – especially in the Western oriented countries – are unaware of the ruling that Salaah in congregation is rewarded with 27 times the virtue if the Imam’s doctrine is in accordance with the Ahl As-Sunnah Wa Al-Jama’ah. The Deobandis have labelled themselves to be Sunnis but they are far from it in reality. Their texts are evident that they have left the folds of Ahl As-Sunnah by contradicting with the mainstream Islam. Doing so, performing Salaah behind them becomes invalid. Allama Faiz Ahmad Owaisi [may Allah have mercy on him] – an elite and erudite Sunni scholar – has clarified this ruling with amazing insight and evidence based rationale from the Qur’an, Sunnah and the Salaf. This book will serve as a guiding light for those who are unaware of the Islamic ruling that performing Salaah behind the Deobandi Imams is prohibited. Translated into English – for this is the aim for the academic and in general.

May Allah Ta’ala cause this work to flourish far and wide. May this work become a source of guidance and a way to save the prayers of Muslims throughout the world. Aameen.

Dust of Marehra and Bareilly

Tehseen Raza Hamdani Nuri

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Prayers behind Deobandi Imams

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