What is your take on the following 2 books on Jama’at Tabligh:
1. The Jama’at Tableegh and the Deobandis: by Sajid Abdul Kayum (2001): A critical analysis of their beliefs, books and da’wah.
2. 'Da'awah in Contenporary Times'.
The Wikipedia source on Jama’at Tabligh gives us the information of the movement regarding who is the founder, when it was formed, what are the 6 principles they believe in, etc. It doesn’t analyse the movement from the critical perspective.
With regards to the book on Jama’at Tabligh by Sajid Qayyum, I have read the book and it goes to extremes and it somewhat seems to be an anti-Jama’at Tabligh book. I won’t recommend you to make up your view on this movement by reading this book.
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