Thank you very much for your very kind explanation. I do not have an example to point out if the prophet (saws) encouraged gathering in a mosque for dhikr. But please quote an example when they have been discouraged from gathering in a mosque for dhikr other than salaat.
Thanks a lot
My dear sister, worship rituals need to be positively established. That is to say that if a particular ritual is not found to be authentically established and promulgated by the Prophet (pbuh), then such a ritual should be avoided.
We do not need to have a positive basis for considering unauthenticated practices to be incorrect. An authenticated practice should be considered as incorrect merely on the basis of its being unauthenticated.
For instance, the mere fact that the Prophet (pbuh) offered the Sala’h in a particular manner is adequate evidence that Sala’h should not be offered in any other manner, even though that alternative method may not have been expressly prohibited by the Prophet (pbuh).
I hope this helps.