Objections Against “Fadhail A’maal”

Assalamualaikumwarhmatullahiwabarakatuh

May Allah show all of us the straight path in Islam, the path on which Allah has bestowed his nercy and blessings, not the path on which Allah has become angry, Aameen.

Among my friends some are tells me to sit in taaleem in which a book “Fazaail E Amaal” by M Zakaria Sahab is read.

But there are other peoples who are MashaAllah very pious, namaazi and very good in manners they dont sit in that taaleem, and they told dont sit in that taaleem because that Fazaail E Amaal(by M Zakaria Saheb) that book has beliefs which is against true islamic ,true prophet teaching.
And if we support that bad thing then we will be caught on day of judgement.

So please can you help for the same that what should i do.

Assalamualaikumwarhmatullahiwabarakatuh

باسمه تعالى
وعليكم السلام
Maulana Zakaryyah Kandhlawi (رحمه الله تعالى)was one of the great Muhaddith of his time. He devoted his entire life in teaching the Ahaadith of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم). He is the author of a great number of books on various subjects especially on Hadith. The Ulama of Indian-subcontinent and Arab world have been benefiting from his write-up. One of his write-ups is Fazaail-e-A’maal where the Ahaadith concerning the virtues of A’maal had been compiled. You can go through the book and judge if it is against the teachings of Islaam and the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) or the so-called pious and Namaazi people are trying to prevent people from benefiting from the truth and guidance.
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مع السلامة

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