…This ‘great scholar’ then started calling people to go out with them, and permit me to mention this point because it is related to the statement of Allaah:
I call to Allaah upon sure knowledge
He started telling stories and made up tales. He told a story of a man who went on Khurooj with them and left his wife while she was in the latter stages of her pregnancy.
She said to him: ‘Who are you leaving us with?’
He responded: ‘I leave you to Allaah.’
Sufficient is Allaah, but this is not the method! The correct method in life [is the statement of the Messenger]:
“Enough of a sin it is, for a man to neglect those he is responsible for.”
So he left his family while his wife was in the final stages of her pregnancy, during labor, in need of being taken to a hospital. ‘Ishaa came in, her husband had already left with his beloved companions, a man came to her with a bag of money, he gave it to her and took her to the hospital – and pay attention to the fact that HE took her to the hospital – Ma shaa Allaah, the money arrived.
This ‘great scholar’ went on to tell another story, there was a gathering for the beloved companions in Bangladesh - please bear with me in telling this story, the Minister of Islaamic affairs sent out a memo to all Masaajid stating the danger of sect – he said there was a gathering of three million people in Bangladesh, one of those who wanted to attend this gathering was living where my beloved brothers? In Moscow. How do I get to the gathering? He said to himself. He tried to fly there but didn’t have any money, so he took a board and placed it in the ocean, he boarded it and within three hours he reached Bangladesh?
Ma shaa Allaah, the throne of Balqees herself. Do you see how they lie to you, do you not see how they lie to you my brothers?
By Allaah they do not have anything except idle talk, Shirk, innovations, lies, foolishness, they have no shyness from Allaah, or his Messenger, or the Muslims, they warn against knowledge and the people of knowledge, if I were to tell you what they say in warning about knowledge and its people the Fajr would break out before I finish, because I speak from experience, experience that I gathered from traveling to thirty countries where this sect is present.
Transcribed into Arabic by Abu Faaris as Salafee.
Members of Jamaa’at at Tableegh tell such stories of leaving their wives for months without anything and coming back to find their new born in good health without any shyness or embarrassment of this shameful state of affairs, rather they relate the story with great pride.