SALAAT NOT PERMISSIBLE IN A MUSJID TRANSFORMED INTO A TEMPLE

Question:

Musallis are not permitted entry into Masjid Siraatul Jannah without a mask. Anyone who comes without a mask will be debarred from entering. The trustees of the Masjid have provided masks which they sell to musallis who come without masks. They claim that the money acquired for the masks is donation. Is this permissible? What is the difference now between a Masjid and a church?

Also the one imam who happens to be part of jusa (No Name Brand jamiat of Fordsburg) instructs everyone to observe social distancing in Jumuah Salaat. Is this permissible?

Answer

From beginning to end the entire set up is haraam and tantamount to kufr. The money is extravasated by means of usurpation. These trustees suck haraam blood from the musallis. It is not permissible to perform Salaat in this Musjid which has been converted into a weird temple.

Performing Salaat according to the system ordered by the kuffaar is haraam. The Salaat is not valid. These trustees are munaafiqeen, and so is the miserable imam of the NNB jamiat who is instructing social distancing. At the same time the musallis are not free from blame. Why do they inflict disgrace upon themselves by attending the temple?

16 Rabiul Awwal 1442 – 2 November 2020

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