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PEDLARS OF ALLEGED ‘TWO VIEWS’

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Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam said:

“LAA ADWAA – DISEASE IS NOT CONTAGIOUS”

DON’T BE FOOLED BY THE PEDLARS OF ALLEGED ‘TWO VIEWS’

 

The infamous and notorious red herring of the munaafiqeen and morons is their dangling of two alleged views of the Ulama in front of the ignorant and unwary laymen to obfuscate them. This is a hoodwinking stunt inspired by Shaitaan to detract focus from Allah Ta’ala and to give preference to the kufr contagion theory of the atheists as the basis for the introduction of the host of filth and shaitaaniyat into the Musaajid.

Their allegation is that there are two valid views regarding disease being contagious or not. The one view according to the munaafiqeen and such morons who may not be munaafiq, but are sufficiently stupid to swallow the kufr idea of the atheists and the agents of Iblees, namely the molvis and sheikhs such as Reverend Abraham Bham, Tony Karaan and the Menk character, is that disease is contagious, and the other view is that it is not contagious.

On the basis of the first alleged view, the munaafiqeen peddle the hallucinated correctness of the theory and protocols of the atheists. Be assured that there is only ONE view of the Authorities of the Shariah. Not a single Faqeeh has proffered a view in conflict with the explicit LAA Adwaa declaration of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).

The one group of Fuqaha who say that disease is contagious clearly restrict the contagion to the Mashiyat (Will) of Allah Ta’ala. That is: a disease can be contagious only if Allah wills. Without His will and command, a disease cannot be contagious.

The other group of Fuqaha who say that disease is not contagious clearly mention that a disease can be contagious with the Mashiyat of Allah Ta’ala. How is it ever possible for even an ignorant Muslim, leave alone a Faqeeh, to claim that a disease is not contagious even if Allah so wills?

It should thus be clear that there is no difference of opinion regarding contagion. So what is the hullabaloo about? The difference pertains to inherent sababiyat, i.e. attributes created by Allah Ta’ala and instilled in an entity to act accordingly. This is known as the natural cause. This issue is explained in detail in our booklet: The Red Herring Presentation of Ahadith on the Issue of Contagion. This booklet is available on our website. Hard copies will also be available.

25 Zul Hajj 1441 – 15 August 2020

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 August 2020 09:51  

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