“CULTURAL CENTRE” FOR WOMEN

Friday, November 08 2019 Written by Administrator  
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HARAAM SO-CALLED “CULTURAL CENTRE” FOR WOMEN

 

QUESTION

“The following letter has been circulated by Madratus Saadiqeen of Robertsham, Johannesburg. Is this project in compliance with the Shariah. Should we donate towards it? Is it permissible? Please comment.”


ANSWER

All Muslims whose Imaan has not gone insane and awry can, without even mental cognition, understand the evil and hurmat of the contemplated shaitaani, lewd project contemplated by the miscreant organizers.

What has happened to the brains and Imaan of Muslims in this era? The worse creators of fitnah and fasaad, fisq and fujoor in the community today are the molvis and the bogus khaanqah sheikhs. They are the forerunners in the shaitaani conspiracy to lure women into the public domain, and they execute their pernicious programmes and projects in the name of the Deen. Although this villainy of the molvis such as the fellow arranging this haraam women’s ‘cultural centre’, is extremely lamentable, it is not surprising. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) has predicted the proliferation of the planet with dajjaali molvis and sheikhs in the era in close proximity to Qiyaamah. 

The Dajjaal who contemplates this haraam, lewd, immoral women’s denudation centre, comes fully within the purview of the Hadith:

“Soon will there dawn an age when the worst of the people under the canopy of the sky, will be their ulama. From them will emerge fitnah, and the fitnah will rebound on them.”

 

Those involved in this shaitaani plot to further ruin the already morally-ruined Muslim community, especially the womenfolk, are the worst scum “under the canopy of the sky”. They are utterly shameless hoodlums out to rob women of their hayaa and Imaani integrity with their haraam shaitaani centres which they market with Islamic hues. It appears that these characters who lure women into the public domain were born to be evil. The Hadith says about them: They were shaqi in the stomachs of their mothers, hence they trade their shaqaawat in a ‘halaalized’ form in the same way as SANHA and the MJC cartel halaalize carrion with deceptive ‘islamic’ logos. 

When it is haraam for women to leave the precincts of their homes for performing Salaat even in the Musjid, by what stretch of Imaani logic and on the basis of which Shar’i daleel do these scum molvis present their haraam project as a valid Islamic centre for women? When the Musjid is haraam for them, how can this vile public so-called ‘cultural centre’ ever be halaal for women? It will be a shaitaani cultural centre, inside and outside. In every aspect it will be an institution of shaitaaniyat which will only serve the satanic objective of further denuding women and driving more nails in their current coffin of moral degradation. 

It is haraam to contribute towards this evil women’s shaitaani cultural centre. It is haraam to assist this project of shaitaani culture in any way whatsoever. It is a project of Satanism. 

Allah Ta’ala has endowed Muslims with such Aql which is capable of issuing the Fatwa of Haqq upon a little sincere rumination. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Seek a fatwa from your hearty.” If the Imaani Aql is sincerely applied to understand the Haqq and to differentiate between Haqq and baatil, then the Fatwa of the Muslim’s heart will always be the guiding star. The Noor stemming from a Mu’min’s Aql is sufficient to understand the shaitaaniyat of these molvis and sheikhs who peddle their worldly and nafsaani projects in the name of the Deen. 

They are all signs of Qiyaamah. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhio wasallam), mentioning one Sign of Qiyaamah, said: “The dunya will be pursued with the amal of the Aakhirah.” This is precisely what the miserable organizers of this haraam women’s project are doing. May Allah Ta’ala save the Muslim community from the haraam shaitaani depredations of these denizens of Jahannam who are all setting up the stage for Dajjaal-in-Chief.

9 Rabiul Awwal 1441 – 7 November 2019

Last Updated on Friday, 08 November 2019 16:55