So, there's no doubt that there're fabricated Ahadith in Fadhail e Amaal?[/quote]
A common comment made against Fazail-e-A'mal is that some of the narrations mentioned in it are weak and fabricated. This comment is not totally correct, as there are no fabricated narrations in this book. There are dha'eef (weak) narrations in Fazail-e-A'mal. However, it is important to point out that the word dha'eef, literally translated as 'weak', is a terminology and should not be understood in its general sense. Its application is based on the rules explained in the sciences of hadith. Moreover, weak narrations are not acceptable only in regards to aqeedah and the rulings of Islamic jurisprudence. Majority of the scholars have accepted weak narrations as far as virtues of good deeds are concerned. Even Imam Bukhari (Rahimahullah) has brought weak narrations in his book, Al Adabul Mufrad, which shows that he also accepts weak narrations in regards to virtues of good deeds.
[quote=Mufti Husain on sunniforum]Some Ulama are of the view that none of the ahadith in there are mawdu'.
They would therefore interpret someone saying that it does contain ahadith that are fabricated, as meaning that while they are fabricated according to that person, they are simply weak according to there Ulama.
You will find fabricated or extremly weak ahadith in nearly every hadith book. It isn't something peculiar to Fadhail A'mal.
Yes, due to this book being so famous, it is in the limelight more than others.
Hadhrat Shaykh did not mention ahadith that he knew to be fabricated.
They are either ahadith which the muhaddithin differed upon, with Hadhrat Shaykh adopted the view of those who found them to be acceptable,
or the Hadith books containing their chains where not published, thus Hadhrat Shaykh was unable to verify their authenticity himself and had to rely on other senior Muhaddithin who mentioned these narrations in their books without objecting to them.