Mufti Taqi Usmani has presented several arguments to justify the covid protocols. Please respond and comment on the validity/invalidity of his arguments.
He says: The Hadith does not reject the fact that a disease MAY spread to another. The hadith rejects the aqeedah that a disease WILL spread to someone. In support of this he uses the Hadith of fleeing from a leper.
His argument is baseless. What he says is his personal opinion sucked from his thumb to appease the kuffaar Pakistani government which has been co-opted by the atheists to further their satanic covid plot. Firstly, he presents his own convoluted interpretation in support of the protocols of the atheists. The atheists such as Fauci, Bill Gates & Pharma who have bribed and subdued the governments who are in control of the brains of even molvis and muftis of today. What need does Mr.Taqi discern for justifying the protocols of the enemies of Islam?
Is Taqi Sahib ignorant of the action and reaction of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), the Sahaabah and the Salafus Saaliheen during epidemics? Surely he is not so ignorant as to be unaware of how Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah conducted themselves during a plague. All arguments regardless of how ‘logic’ they may appear ostensibly, pale away into oblivion in the face of the Sunnah.
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah were more aware of the issue of lepers, yet they did not behave so recklessly and emulative of the mushrikeen as do Taqi Sahib and all the zigzag muftis who bootlick the kuffaar, following blindly whatever haraam, kufr protocols the atheists excrete for the consumption of the juhhaal.
Rasulullah’s response to the Bedouin who believed like Taqi Sahib is an emphatic rebuttal of his (Taqi’s) claim. The A’raabi believed that the healthy camel WILL contract the disease if a diseased camel mingles with it, hence he (the A’raabi) queried this issue. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) rejected his understanding and belief – the selfsame understanding which today Taqi and his ilk are propagating at the behest of their governments and the atheists. The popular belief has always been of contagion – that the disease WILL be contracted if in contact with a diseased person. The ‘may’ and ‘will’ argument produced by Taqi Sahib is for befuddling ignoramuses.
The aqeedah of the juhhaal masses is that the disease WILL be contracted. Taqi’s interpretation serves to entrench this false belief. The issue of it ‘may’ be contracted is Taqi’s personal opinion inspired by obedience to the government and to the atheists with whom he is enamoured.
“Fleeing from the leper” is firstly not an incumbent directive. Secondly, the Sahaabah did not flee from the plague nor from lepers. They did not observe any moronic protocols which Taqi and his ilk are describing as protective strategies. These protocols are artefacts of Iblees designed to abrogate the Masnoon and even Waajib teachings of the Shariah.
Thirdly, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) himself ate together with a leper from the same plate/bowl. Fourthly, lepers were not banned from the Musjid. Fifthly, when Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) informed the leper that he should not come for the bay’t (pledge of allegiance), this leper was not placed in satanic quarantine as Taqi Sahib advocates. He remained with the delegation, and mingled with all the people, and attended the Musjid for Salaat.
The Hadith pertaining to the leper may not be presented in refutation of the explicit NO CONTAGION (Laa Adwaa) declaration of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). An interpretation which denies the La Adwaa contention is mardood (rejected). Nor may this solitary Hadith and any other similar Hadith be presented to cancel the Sunnah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah, viz., their tareeqah during the plague. The leper Hadith must incumbently be interpreted to blend in with the Sunnah. It may not be cited in negation of the NO Contagion declaration and in negation of the Sunnah observance during plagues.
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