The books of Mawlana Jalal ad-Din Rumi are known as Islamic works. However, these books include immoral parts that contradict the Qur’an and might lead to serious societal moral degeneration. Yet, this fact is largely unknown to many. This book features the aforementioned parts.
These narrations that are in contradiction with the Qur’an might have been added later to Rumi's books, written by someone else, or else Rumi might have not known about all these statements at all. However, the books printed, published, distributed and quoted under the name of Mawlana Rumi ultimately include chapters depicting a philosophy and lifestyle that is in complete contradiction with the Qur’an.
It is of utmost importance that all Muslims are aware of these parts' existence, since a philosophy under the name of "Rumism" that conflicts the Qur’an and Islam is promoted by using these parts.
It is significant to note that there is no connection between Rumi's philosophy that we have mentioned and criticized throughout the book and the Mevleviyya known in Anatolia.