Tasawwuf is nothing new. The entire Tasawwuf is in the Qur‟aan and Hadith. However, some terminologies and conditions (Haalaat) are accretions. In fact, new terminologies have been introduced by even the Muhadditheen and Fuqaha. These accretions are for ease of understanding, hence are not prohibited acts of bid‟ah. Such accretions
Some common faults of women are: They do not fulfil the rights of Fasting. They destroy the fasts with indulgence in nonsensical and sinful conversation. They are careless regarding purdah. They do not observe purdah for ghair mahram relatives (e.g. brothers-in-law, male cousins.) * They are negligent in the matter
The Fuqaha have explicitly prohibited a trader from reciting Durood Shareef, etc. to impress buyers or to promote his stock. Similarly, they have prohibited a guard from reciting aloud tahleel (La-ilaha illAllaah) for waking up those who are sleeping. (Clocks with Athaan, etc. as alarms to wake up people are
People are under the impression that a man is perfectly pious when he fulfills the ritual obligations of Salaat, Saum, Hajj, Zakaat and dealings. This idea is incorrect. A man of perfect piety is one whose Zaahir and Baatin are reformed and adorned. There are many so-called deendaar (religious) persons
According to Durr-e-Mukhtaar the six fasts of Shawwaal may be incorporated with Qadhaa fasts (to acquire their thawaab as well). But this is incorrect. Tadaakhul (or incorporation of two different acts of ibaadat) will be proper if the purpose of both could be achieved by the incorporation, e.g. Tahayatul Musjid.