12,000 NYC STUDENTS BANNED FROM SCHOOL FOR NOT CONSENTING TO RANDOM COVID TESTING
“New Yorkers are finally rebelling against the illicit Covid regime. About 12,000 New York City students are being prevented from attending in-person learning because parents failed to sign consent forms for weekly random testing”, Bloomberg reported last week. … Meanwhile, high school and middle school students that are part of NYC’s 1 million plus student body are all receiving remote instruction. “Tens of thousands” of elementary school parents have voluntarily opted out of random testing in favour of remote learning as well, Bloomberg concluded.”
“A British journalist has been targeted by an angry online mob after pointing out that only a relatively small amount of healthy people have died from Covid, and suggesting that the complete destruction of our way of life is not an adequate response.
Talkradio host, Julia Hartley-Brewer used the National Health Service’s own statistics to point out that “Just 377 healthy people under 60 have died of Covid.” “That’s not typo. There are no zeros missing,” Hartley noted urging that while it is sad, it shouldn’t justify the shutdown of the economy and the house arrest of the entire country.
COVID QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q. A musalli coughs in the Musjid. According to the imam, this is a sign of covid disease. The imam tells the musalli to remain at home and not to visit the Musjid for Salaat. Is the imam’s instruction to the musalli correct? Please comment.
A. The imaam’s instruction is haraam. Preventing the musalli from the Musjid simply on the basis of coughing is tantamount to kufr. It is kufr because the instruction is the effect of a kufr belief. The imaam believes that disease is contagious. This kufr belief of the mushrikeen, and now of the atheists, was refuted by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) who said: “Laa adwaa…….” (Disease is not contagious). For a detailed exposition of this issue, refer to our website. At the minimum, the imaam’s instruction is a major sin. While in reality the imaam has committed kufr, he could be spared from the fatwa of kufr on the basis of him being a moron who has been misled by the molvi agents of Iblees.
Q. If someone has tested positive for the covid disease, should he remain at home, and not go to the Musjid for Salaat?
A. As long as he has the strength to go to the Musjid, it will remain Waajib for him to go to the Musjid. Jamaat Salaat is Waajib. The hallucination of contagion is a devilish idea. It is not permissible to entertain this belief of kufr.
Q. I accept that it is not permissible to perform Namaaz with a mask. But why will the Namaaz not be valid?
A. The Namaaz will not be valid because the donning of the mask comes with the kufr adwaa (contagion) belief. This kufr theory of the atheists effaces Imaan. Thus, Namaaz will not be valid. In fact, the one who wears the niqaab of Iblees believing in the kufr theory, should renew his Imaan.
Q. There is no social distancing in our Jamaat Khaanah. However, the imam wears a mask while leading the Salaat. What should I do?
A. If there is no other Musjid or venue where Salaat is performed correctly according to the Sunnah, then perform Salaat at home. Do not follow the jaahil imaam.
Q. Some ulama say that there are two valid views regarding the issue of disease being contagious. Therefore, all the covid protocols are permissible according to the ulama who believe in contagion. Is this correct?
A. It is not correct. There are no two views. There is not a single Authority of the Shariah since the era of the Sahaabah who had ever refuted Rasulullah’s explicit and emphatic refutation of the contagion kufr idea. How is it possible for any true Aalim to deny the validity of a belief stated explicitly by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). The morons who are members of Hizbush Shaitaan (The Legion of Iblees), are not Ulama. They are juhala who are agents of shaitaan.
The difference of the Ulama on the contagion issue is of mere technical significance. It is of no practical importance. It has no practical effect. As far as the Shariah is concerned, all the satanic covid protocols which Hizbush Shaitaan struggles to halaalize by misinterpretation of the technical argument, are Haraam.
The opinion of Taqi Uthmaan is not a valid difference. Taqi Uthmaan is the chief of Hizbush Shaitaan. He has satanically opened the floodgates for many acts of fisq and fujoor, and now with the covid Satanism, the door of even kufr. All the hallucinated ‘precautions’ which brutal regimes are enforcing are the effects of shaitaaniyat.
16 Jamaadil Awwal 1442 – 31 December 2020