Red Herring Presentation Of Ahadith On The Issue Of Contagion
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:
“Disease is not contagious.”
The bootlicking – licking the boots of the atheists – of the molvis and sheikhs who have lapped up the kufr ideology of the atheists who have spawned a host of haraam protocols which the bootlickers have introduced in the Musaajid, and which many have also used to permanently close the Musaajid and to prohibit Jamaat Salaat, bereft of any Shar’i evidence for bolstering the contagion theory of the atheists, are scrounging the very bottom of the barrel of corrupt ta’weel (interpretation) to justify the kufr they have introduced in the Musaajid.
The Hadith, “Laa adwaa (disease is not contagious).…” has been satanically torn from its context and misinterpreted to justify the host of explicitly haraam measures which the atheists have conjectured and vomited, and which the molvis and sheikhs have lapped up with greater enthusiasm than even innumerable kuffaar among which are top atheist scientists and experts who have decried and denigrated the bogus ‘pandemic’.
A typical red herring, diversionary presentation of the Hadith is the fatwa of Muftri Ibrahim Desai of Darul Iftaa Mahmudiyyah. Other miscreant molvis and sheikhs who are among the zanaadaqah, have also presented similar ideas expressed in the form of fatwas – corrupt opinions – to justify the mutilation and defilement of the Musaajid with the satanism of the ‘pandemic’ protocols excreted for molvi/sheikh consumption by the atheists. Among these atheists are the vast majority of spineless so-called ‘muslim’ doctors whose brains have been fitted in straitjackets by their kuffaar masters at whose feet they acquired all their kufr education. Thus, they (these doctors) with their fossilized brains are incapable of independent thinking, least of all thinking along Islamic lines.
The current issue of contention is not whether disease is contagious or not. The molvis have grabbed on to this Hadith as a diversionary tactic to divert the focus from the actual issue of kufr. The concern at this stage is not the different views of the Ulama on the issue of contagion. The concern is the host of kufr protocols introduced to mutilate the Musaajid and the Shariah.
A Superfluous argument
The academic ‘differences’ of the Ulama – the real and true Ulama, not the bogus miscreant molvis and sheikhs of today – on the issue of contagion are in reality superficial. This superficiality is so conspicuous that an Aalim of sound knowledge who is not in the bootlicking business, will readily understand from the interpretations of the Ulama that there is only one view in Islam regarding contagion.
The irrefutable fact remains that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) explicitly declared that “Disease is not contagious”. He furthermore, confirmed the veracity of this fact by negating the idea of the Bedouin who had expressed surprise when Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “La adwaa”. The Bedouin could not understand “La adwaa”. He said that if a scurvy camel mingled with healthy camels, they too contract the disease. This supports the idea of disease being contagious. Refuting this kufr idea of the mushrikeen, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) asked: “Who infected the first camel?” Whoever caused the first camel to contract the disease, will, if He so wishes, afflict the other camels too with the disease. The virus is not a god acting independently. It is Allah’s creation which operates in total submission to Allah’s command. The Qur’aan Majeed says:
“The seven heavens, the earth and whatever is In between recite His Tasbeeh. There is absolutely nothing but it recites His praise. But you do not understand their Tasbeeh.”
This theme is repeated copiously in the Qur’aan Majeed. “Not a leaf drops (from a tree), but He is aware.” Even the Maut of a single leaf is by the direct intervention of Allah Azza Wa Jal. He is Aware. He commands and everything is under His Control. Disease and viruses operate by His command and they have a set trajectory to follow.