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For over a decade I have tried to look at objections towards Fadhail-a-Amaal and Tableeghi Jamaat and provide adequate responses.
You can agree to disagree and judge the responses for yourself.
However the accusation that Shaykhul-Hadeeth Muhammad Zakariya Kandhlawi (RA) was somehow mentally unwell is so vile and grotesquely inaccurate that I steered clear od discussing it in detail until today...
The passage comes from the Foreword of Hikayat-e-Sahaba and it reads:
...In Safar 1357 AH, it so happened that I was advised by doctors to suspend my regular duty of teaching for sometime...
It is normal for people to take a break from their (regular) work and it is well proven scientific advice in our times. It does not mean that the person is mentally unfit?
I know a brother who is taking a career break from work. He is perfectly normal, happy, satisfied with life, coherent and fully functional.
It is absolutely disingenuous to suggest that being advised to take a break from (normal work) is related to mental state and it is deeply offensive and disturbing to those who have mental health issues.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.