THE HORRENDOUS DESECRATION OF THE MAYYIT

THE HORRENDOUS DESECRATION OF THE MAYYIT AND THE FALSE AND SATANIC REACTION TO THE HAQQ OF THE SHARIAH

The irrefutable truth is that horrendous desecration of the body of Hadhrat Maulana Abdul Hafiz Makki (Rahmatullah alayh) was perpetrated by ignorant followers/family members in total disregard of the Shariah. The desecration was particularly vile in that it consisted of a compound of haraam piled on haraam. There was absolutely no Shar’i grounds and no moral justification for having perpetrated the horrendous sacrilege and desecration of the Mayyit.

Now, after the facts and the truth of the Shariah have been harshly and conspicuously presented to them and to the Muslim community, the perpetrators of the villainous desecration – the khuddaam – are at haraam pains to defend their haraam desecration of the Mayyit. Flagrantly disregarding the Shariah, oblivious of the accountability on Qiyaamah in the Divine Court of Allah Azza Wa Jal, uncaring of the  pain caused to the Mayyit, indifferent to the heinous humiliation inflicted on the body of the Mayyit and in total negation of the command and spirit of the Ahaadith of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), the criminal elements responsible  for the desecration are clutching at  straws to justify  the haraam violations which they had committed to gratify their nafsaani promptings.

In so doing, it is therefore pertinent to ask them:  Whose Sunnah are you following in your reaction to the Haqq? The Sunnah of your Father, Hadhrat Aadam (Alayhis salaam) or the sunnah of your enemy, Iblees? When Hadhrat Aadam (Alayhis salaam) had erred, his humility, regret and remorse compelled him to lay in Sajdah for 40 years crying in repentance: 

“O our Rabb! We have indeed oppressed ourselves. If You do not forgive us and have mercy on us, then undoubtedly, we shall be among the losers.”

Desecration of the Mayyit

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