Book Name:Dawateislami Ka Taruf
the blind are also being educated in Islamic teachings. These are the people usually considered unimportant in society. Some of them do not have even essential religious knowledge because of being away from the company of the righteous.
اَلْـحَمْـدُ لـِلّٰـه عَزَّوَجَلَّ! The Majlis for special Islamic brothers is making endeavours to convey the message of Sunnaĥ to them. Separate learning sessions are conducted for them in many cities of Pakistan during the weekly Sunnaĥ-Inspiring Ijtimā’āt including the ones held at holy nights and congregational I’tikāf in Ramadan. During these sessions, Na’at, speech, Żikr and Du’ā are all conducted in sign language.
Further, ‘30-day Qufl-e-Madīnaĥ Course’ is also conducted in which preachers learn sign language so that they could spread call to righteousness among special brothers. In addition, the Madanī Qāfilaĥs of special brothers also travel.
A Non-Muslim Embraces Islam
In 2007, a divine-path travelling Madanī Qāfilaĥ of the blind once boarded a bus to get to its destination, a Masjid in Bāb-ul-Madīnaĥ Karachi. Some ‘Ordinary Islamic brothers’ (i.e. the ones who have no disability) also accompanied the Qāfilaĥ. Making individual effort, the Amir of the Qāfilaĥ started conversation with the person sitting next to him.
The person remarked, ‘I am a non-Muslim; I have studied Islam and am also impressed by it, but the wicked character of today’s Muslims is a hindrance to my embracing Islam. However,