Vol 25 – No 09 | The Majlis – Muharram 1442 / September 2020

The Majlis Volume 25 Number 09


Since the Athaab of Allah Azza Wa Jal cannot be escaped, the Imaan of Muslims  does not constrain them to adopt the methods and measures of the panic-stricken kuffaar and  munaafiqeen. For the Mu’mineen the  measures are Sabr and Ridha’. They are aware of the lofty  ranks of Shahaadat awaiting them in Jannat.

The Musaajid

The Musaajid are the noblest and most sacred places on earth according to Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). The Musaajid plots of land will be annexed  to the land in Jannat on the Day of Qiyaamah. While the Musaajid are the best of  lands, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said that the vilest places are the malls and  marketplaces.

The  malls and market places are the haunts of the shayaateen. While  munaafiqs in the Muslim community have been campaigning for the closure of the Musaajid and the  banning of Salaat in the Musaajid, they wholeheartedly accept the malls and the haunts of the devils.

“Who is a greater zaalim (oppressor) than  the one  who prevents the Thikr of Allah in the Musaajid (and added to this villainy) he  strives in the destruction of the Musaajid?”  (Al-Baqara, Aayat 114)


Q.   Can qadha Qur’baani be included in an animal of seven shares. Will one cow suffice for seven years of qadha Qur’baani?A.   A share will not suffice for qadha Qur’baani. A whole animal whether goat, sheep or cow, is necessary.

Q.   I forgot to recite the Iqaamah. Do I have to repeat the Salaat?
A.   If you forgot to recite the Iqaamah before the Fardh Salaat, then there is no need to repeat the Salaat. The Salaat remains valid.

Q.   If one’s belief  is correct regarding the spreading of disease, namely, that it can spread only with the permission of Allah, will it be permissible to take precautions?
A.   As long as the precaution is not in violation of the Shariah, it will be permissible. Almost all the molvis are viewing the issue without understanding and without applying their minds. No one condemns precautions. But if the ‘precaution’ is violently in conflict with the Shariah and is  accepted at the behest of atheists, then it will be satansim and kufr.

Banning and abrogating the Fardh Jamaat and Jumuah Salaat, closing the Musaajid and  adopting the host of satanic  measures at the behest of the atheists are not halaal precautions. All of this is pure shaitaaniyat, hence haraam.


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