SHAITAAN’S PINK ZAANIYAAT
Some satanically misguided zaaniyaat being inspired by Iblees are organizing a shaitaani ‘PINK’ function in Zambia. Every step and act of this lewd, immoral, haraam ‘pink’ shaitaani function leads to Jahannam. Every act of the zaaniyaat function is flagrantly haraam. It is not possible for these zaaniyaat to be Muslims.
We are informed that even the wife of a so-called Ibleesi ‘mufti’ is part of the zaaniyaat organizing the zina affair, and that some of the local so-called ‘ulama who are in fact the agents of Iblees are supporting this function of zina.
Compounding the zina is the gambling act. The prizes which will be doled out are the haraam effects of gambling. The ‘best dressed’ zaaniyah will win a haraam prize. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) described a woman who applies perfume and goes into the public domain as an ‘adulteress’. But these women who profess to be Muslims, immorally promote and prostitute their bodies and garments. Islam requires that even the garments of females be concealed, yet these zaaniyaat intend to flaunt themselves with attire fit for prostitutes.
The so-called ulama of Zambia must understand that they are the flotsam and rubbishes who are inviting Allah’s Athaab on their community. These agents of Iblees who are condoning with their silence and support zina and the haraam projection and expression of women will be the first to suffer the Athaab of Allah Ta’ala. These Hufaalah molvis are the greatest curse which has settled on the community.
The zaaniyaat claim that the proceeds of their haraam zina performances will be for charity. Charity is given in Allah’s Name. The projects of Allah Ta’ala are not in need of the filthy proceeds of the filthy immoral activity planned by those women whom Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) described as Habaailush Shaitaan (the Traps of the Devil).
The la’nat (curse) and ghadhab (wrath) of Allah Ta’ala will settle on the zaaniyaat, and the molvis every second that the zina affair is in progress.
9 Muharram 1441 – 9 September 2019