The truth about Raza Khan

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A BRITISH AGENT
In British came to India, they
brought forward some individuals
to divide the Muslims and
strengthen their rule. Mirza Ghulam
Ahmed Qadyani and Ahmed Raza
Khan Beralwi were among those
individuals. Both gave fatwas that
it is haram to fight the British.
Anyone who was against the British
rule, Ahmed Raza Khan & co made
their takfeer. These individuals
also supported the British in their
fight against the Ottoman Empire.
These people wrote books in support
of Sharif of Makkah while he was
revolting against the Ottomans.
They opposed any movement that
was set up for the benefit of
Muslims. Ahmed Raza opposed
Khilafat Movement which purpose
was to save the Ottoman Empire.
He also opposed Non-cooperation
Movement.Ahmad Rida Khan from
Bareilly, was born in the year 1856
and died in the year 1921 CE. His
father’s name was Naqi Ali Khan
and his grandfather’s name was

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VACCINATION FATWAS?

QUESTION

I have read three fatwas on the issue of vaccination. The one was issued by Jamiatul Ulama (JUSA), the other one by Mauritanian Ulama, and the third one issued by Dar al-Salam Islamic Research Centre –Pretoria, which is a comment on the two fatwas. There is no clear directive regarding vaccination in all three fatwas. What is the correct view of the Shariah?

ANSWER

The so-called ‘fatwa’ of bogus ‘jusa’, that is the NNB (No Name Brand jamiat of Fordsburg) is bunkum. The statement issued by this bogus entity is devoid of Shar’i substance. It is essentially a bootlicking propaganda stunt to appease the atheists, the Munaafiqeen doctors, and the government. The ghutha (stupid drivel) which the NNB jmaiat has excreted in its statement has been answered in detail by us in many publications which are available on our website.

The Fatwa by the Mauritanian Ulama proclaims the Haq although they have erred on the issue of vaccination. It appears that the Mauritanian Ulama have not understood what exactly vaccination is. In their Fatwa the Mauritanian Ulama state:

“It is not proper to support any vaccine until its safety has been completely verified…” They also advise that the state should “make the vaccines optional without mandating them on the people for travel nor tying certain services to vaccination.”

These statements are in total cognitive dissonance with the Haq stated very candidly by the Mauritanian Ulama. They have quite correctly criticized and condemned the satanic covid vaccination. However, they have mellowed their stance of Haq with the aforementioned statements. Despite acknowledging and condemning the harms of the covid vaccines, they have erred in their advice to the government.

There is no safety in vaccines. These are satanic potions designed by the atheists to further their Dajjaali conspiracies. These potions of the atheist witches and sorcerers consist of filth and poison. Vaccination is the introduction of disease into the human body. There is absolutely no scope for its permissibility in the Shariah. On this score the Mauritanian Ulama have erred.

As for the views proffered by the Dar al-Islam Centre, it is not a fatwa which can guide Muslims. It is a flaccid statement taking up issue with the NNB jamiat without condemning the deception and utter incongruity of these molvis who have bartered away their Imaan for the jeefah (carrion) of this dunya. Their statement merely compares the NNB’s view with the Fatwa of the Mauritanian Ulama. It is not a fatwa for the guidance of Muslims.

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Only Using the Qur’an for Physical Healing

Using the Qur’aan Only as a Source of Healing or a Cure for Physical Ailments

There are a number of verses in the Qur’aan that are used as evidence that the Qur’aan can be used as a healing for physical illnesses. Among these verses are: 

“And We send down from the Qur’aan that which is a healing (shifaa’) and a mercy (rahma) to those who believe. And it increases the Dhaalimeen (polytheists and wrong-doers) nothing but loss.” (Sooratul-Israa’, 17:82) 

“Say: ‘It is for those who believe, a guide (huda) and a healing (shifaa’).'” (Soorah Fussilat, 41:44)

There is some discussion about whether these verses refer to physical diseases or only spiritual diseases. [1]

In any case, the following hadeeth is clear that the Qur’aan is a cure for physical as well as spiritual ailments: Sayyiduna Abu Sa’eed al-Khudree رضي الله عنه narrated that some of the Companions رضي الله عنهم of the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم were among an Arab tribe that refused to be hospitable toward them. While they were among that tribe, the chief of the tribe was bitten by a snake (or stung by a scorpion) and they asked the Companions رضي الله عنهم, “Have you got any medicine with you or anyone who can make an incantation (ruqya)?” They answered, “You refused to be hospitable toward us so we will not treat him unless you pas us for it.” So they agreed to pay them a flock of sheep. One of the Companions رضي الله عنهم started reciting Sooratul-Faatihah and gathering his saliva and spitting it onto the place of the bite. The chief was cured and his people presented the sheep to the Companions رضي الله عنهم but they said (to themselves), “We will not take it until we ask the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم (if it is lawful for us).” When they asked him he smiled and said, “How did you know that Sooratul-Faatihah is an an incantation (ruqya)? Take it (the flock of sheep) and assign me a share.” [2]

But obviously, if this is the only way that a person uses the Qur’aan or turns to it, then he will be missing the greater purpose of the Qur’aan. He will be using it for something for which it may be used, healing physical illnesses, but he will not be using it for something which is much more vital to his welfare: the healing of spiritual illnesses. Allaah سبحانه و تعالى says, 

“O mankind! There has come to you a good advice from your Lord (i.e. the Qur’aan, ordering all that is good and forbidding all that is evil), and a healing (shifaa’) for that (disease of ignorance, doubt, hypocrisy and differences, etc.) in your breasts, – a guidance (huda) and a mercy (rahma) (explaining lawful and unlawful things, etc.) for the believers.” (Soorah Yoonus: 10:57)

Commenting on this verse, Shaykh ‘Abdul-Hameed Ibn Baadees رحمه الله wrote,

“This verse in Soorah Yoonus specifies its healing as being for what is in the hearts, which is where the beliefs reside. This is because that is the main goal of the Qur’aan and it is the foundation for other aspects. This is because if the hearts are healed of evil beliefs and the doubts are extracted from them and the truth is believed and held with certainty, the souls are then purified and the behaviour of the person, both as an individual and his society, will be set aright and they will be ascending the steps fo completeness.

This fact is not negated by the Qur’aan also being a cure for evil character, as its being mentioned in a general sense in the verses [quoted above] from Sooratul-Israa’ and Sooratus-Sajdah would indicate. This is because character originates with beliefs and is a necessary consequence thereof. Furthermore, the soul of humans is not perfected until both of them are healed. This also does not negate the fact that the Qur’aan, on some occasions, may be a healing for physical ailments, as the [unrestricted mention of] healing would also imply… However, that is not the main purpose of what is meant by the healing of the Qur’aan.” [3]

Shaykh ‘Abdul-Hameed Ibn Baadees رحمه الله goes on to explain that illnesses are either spiritual or physical. The spiritual diseases are those of the mind and soul. The diseases related to the mind include apathy, misconceptions, blind following of the cultures and forefathers’ ways, false beliefs and doubts about the truth. The diseases related to the soul include bad character, lusts and evil desires.

The Qur’aan presents a cure for both of these types of spiritual diseases. With respect to the first type, the Qur’aan invites and requests mankind to think, ponder, understand and investigate themselves and the creation around them. The Qur’aan shows mankind how to perceive the reality of this creaton and how to think. It blames those who blindly follow the teachings of their forefathers even when their forefathers were in errant. Then the Qur’aan presents convincing and unquestionable arguments concerning the reality of this world. The end result for those who wish to be cured of such illnesses will be a strong belief in the truth with no doubts or confusion.

As for the second type of spiritual diseases, the diseases of the soul, the Qur’aan reminds and presents to the person the evil results of such diseases. At the same time, it guides one to the proper behaviour and character, showing that they are of great benefit and importance.

Thi is how the spiritual diseases are cured. They both go back, though, to curing the beliefs, which is the foundation for the other realms. In fact, the only real cure for such diseases can be found in the Qur’aan. If one looks for their cures in any other sources, then the disease will only increase. [4]

Such in fact is the case nowadays as people turn to man-made theories and ideologies to find cures for problems and diseases for which only the Creator سبحانه و تعالى can offer a true and complete cure. [5]

Notes:

[1] For such a discussion see Muhammad Ibraaheem Saleem, At-Tadaawi bil-Qur’aan wal-Istishfaa bir-Ruqa wat-Ta’weedh(Cairo: Maktabah al-Qur’aan, n.d.), pp. 72-82. On pp. 137-144 he discusses the experiments with the Qur’aan as a source of healing that were performed in Panama City, Florida.

[2] Recorded by Imaam al-Bukhaaree رحمه الله in his Saheeh.

[3] Tafseer Ibn Baadees fee Majaalis at-Tadhkeer min Kalaam al-Hakeem al-Khabeer (Beirut: Daarul-Kutub al-‘Ilmiyyah, 1995), p. 143.

[4] Tafseer Ibn Baadees fee Majaalis at-Tadhkeer min Kalaam al-Hakeem al-Khabeer (Beirut: Daarul-Kutub al-‘Ilmiyyah, 1995), pp. 143-144. Also see ‘Abdullaah an-Noori, al-Urwatul-Wuthqa (Beirut: Daarul-‘Arabiyyah, n.d.), pp. 43-46.

[5] How to Approach and Understand the Qur’aan, pp. 68-71.

THE COVID CONSPIRACY

THE COVID CONSPIRACY

REVEALED: 26 out of the 27 Lancet scientists who trashed theory that Covid leaked from a Chinese lab have links to Wuhan researchers

  • The Lancet letter published in March 2020 called claims that Covid-19 originated in lab ‘conspiracy theories’
  • It was signed by 27 scientists from across the globe working in virology and other medical science fields
  • The widely-read letter effectively ended all debate about origins of the global coronavirus pandemic
  • Investigation by The Telegraph has found 26 out of 27 had connections to China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology

By Chris Jewers For Mailonline

Published: 11:24 BST, 11 September 2021 | Updated: 18:11 BST, 15 September 2021 e-mail

Of the 27 scientists who wrote a letter in The Lancet medical journal dismissing the possibility that Covid-19 originated from a Wuhan lab, 26 have links to its Chinese researchers, their colleagues or its benefactors, a new investigation has revealed.

On March 7 last year, the influential journal published the letter in which the 27 scientists said they ‘strongly condemned conspiracy theories’ surrounding the origins of the coronavirus pandemic that has impacted all corners of the world.

All debate into whether Covid-19 had man-made origins or leaked from the lab in Wuhan – the Chinese city that was ground-zero for the virus – was effectively shut down by the letter.

Of the 27 scientists who wrote a letter in The Lancet medical journal dismissing the possibility that Covid-19 originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (pictured), 26 have links to its Chinese researchers, their colleagues or its benefactors, a new investigation has revealed

However, an investigation by The Daily Telegraph newspaper into the signatories has found that 26 of the 27 had some link to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, where the leak was suspected – calling into question their impartiality.

Signatories include Dr Peter Daszak, the British president of EcoHealth Alliance, which funnelled money into controversial research at a Wuhan Institute of Virology, and UK Government scientific adviser Sir Jeremy Farrar.

Only one – Dr Ronald Corley, a microbiology expert from Boston University – has been found to have no links back to funders or researchers at the Wuhan institute.

Below, the MailOnline looks at those signatories named by The Telegraph’s investigation – and other key figures and organisations – to have links with the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Covid-Conspiracy

AHMAD RAZA BARELVI FATWA 8TH RAABIUL AWWAL IS MELAAD

Aala Hazerat (1)

Above is a scanned copy of the books of fatawa of Ahmad Raza Barelvi which the Barelvis study and supposedly follow.

In His book of fatawa he states that the Birthday of Prophet Muhammad , sallaalaahu alayhi wa sallam, was th 8. of Raabiul Awwal and h did on th 12. of the same month.

So can the barelvis and friends of the shiah perhaps explain why they celebrate and hold big functions on the day Nabi. sallalaahu alayhi wa sallam certainly died ?!

Inventor of mRNA Interviewed About Injection Dangers

Peter Gyel

In the video above, DarkHorse podcast host Bret Weinstein, Ph.D., an evolutionary biologist, interviews Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA and DNA vaccine core platform technology,1 and Steve Kirsch, an entrepreneur who has been researching adverse reactions to COVID-19 gene therapies.

I realize that this is an absolutely epic three-hour interview but if you ever valued what I have been teaching, you must at a bare minimum very carefully read this entire article.

Malone is the scientist that actually invented the technology that makes the COVID jab possible and he spills the beans on just how this introduction has been ethically compromised to make informed consent absolutely impossible for the average person. Watch the interview if your schedule allows, but carefully read this article for sure.

Kirsch recently published the article, “Should You Get Vaccinated?” in which he reviews how and why he has changed his mind…

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ABORTED HUMAN FOETUSES NOT ONLY IN VACCINES – SOFT DRINKS TOO ARE PART OF THE SATANISM

Some shareholders of PepsiCo, Incorporated put forward the following proposal to the directors of the Company:

“RESOLVED:

Shareholders request that the Board of Directors adopt a corporate policy that recognizes human rights and employs ethical standards which do not involve using the remains of aborted human beings in both private collaborative research and development agreements.”

Rejecting this proposal, the Company stated:

“The Proposal may be excluded under rule 14a-8i(7) because it pertains to matters relating to the company’s ordinary business operations.”

These are non-Muslim shareholders who are appalled by the rot and satanism of the company in which they have invested. But, today’s molvis, muftis and sheikhs are licking the boots of the atheists by peddling their haraam satanic wares. They crookedly employ and misinterpret Qur’aanic Aayaat, Ahaadith and Fiqhi texts in support of their shaitaani narratives spun in defence of their atheists handlers.

Deepening the sinister satanic dimension, the Company in refusing to deal with the Proposal of its own shareholders, averred:

“The second consideration is the degree to which the proposal attempts to ‘micro-manage’ a company by “probing too deeply into matters of a complex nature upon which shareholders as a group, would not be in position to make an informed judgment.”

Shareholders themselves being highly perturbed by the information that their company utilizes aborted human foetuses in their flavourings, had made the aforementioned proposal. However, the ‘deep probing’ of the shareholders spells disaster for the company’s sales. Millions all over the world will desist from consuming Pepsi on account of this information which exposes the satanism, disease and filth of soft drinks, not of only Pepsi, but of all similar drinks.

Denials by soft drink and VACCINE manufacturers should be outrightly rejected. When the directors of the company refuse to answer to even their bosses, the Shareholders, what can then constrain them to honestly answer to outsiders who have absolutely no say and no control over the satanic companies?

In order to continue bootlicking the atheists and the Bill Gates, Pharma & Iblees cartel, moron molvis, juhala muftis and dacoit sheikhs in pursuit of dollars and other sinister agendas, swallow the falsehood of vaccines not being manufactured from aborted human foetuses.

Whatever these agents of Iblees proffer in vindication of their deglutition is not dissuasive to men of Intelligence. The satanic villainy of these Munaafiq agents of shaitaan is repeatedly exposed by reliable information from reliable sources.

The collaboration by muftis with the Bill Gates cartel is indeed most lamentable. Their zig zag, fence-sitting fatwas, and also outright condonation fatwas expose the nifaaq and kufr lurking in their hearts. These agents of Iblees act as if there will be no Maut and no Qabr for them.

SOFT DRINKS ARE HARAAM!

VACCINES AND VACCINATION ARE HARAAM!!!

5 Rabiul Awwal 1443 – 12 October 2021

MACKOOJI’S KUFR ON CONTAGION

DEVIATE MACKOOJI’S KUFR ON CONTAGION – OUTRIGHT REJECTION OF RASULULLAH’S EXPLICIT DECLARATION

“LAA ADWA” – “THERE IS NO CONTAGION IN DISEASE”

(Rasulullah- Sallallahu alayhi wasallam)

Some miscreant, Mackoojee, parading as a ‘mufti’, in a flapdoodle article consisting of some flaccid arguments to bolster his baatil, kufr opinion of ‘validity’ of contagion, blatantly and stupidly misinterpreting Qur’aanic Verses and Ahaadith, says:

“PROOF FROM THE QUR-AAN AND HADITHS OF CONTAGIOUS SICKNESSES”

Pandemic or not, wherever your death has been decreed, you will taste death. The Qur-aan talks of a nation that fled an epidemic and left their native city fearing a plague death.”

Then the moron presents the Qur’aanic Aayat:

“Have you not seen those who left their homes, thousands in number, to escape death? So Allah told them: “Be dead”. Then He raised them alive…. (Baqarah:243)

According to the tafseer on the ayah, Allah Ta’ala sent a very severe punishment to that nation that He killed them all. All died. Then Allah Ta’ala revived them again through their prophet’s dua’s.”

Just what is the deviate trying to prove with this Aayat? The Aayat knocks out the bottom from his kufr contagion view. Allah Ta’ala had slain the entire populace of tens of thousands because they believed in contagion as the Mulhid Iblees Mackooji believes and propagates to promote the wares of Bill Gates, Pharma & Iblees. This miscreant’s brains are convoluted with kufr, hence he stupidly proffers this very Aayat which denounces and proscribes the shirki/kufr idea of contagion.

The thousands believing in contagion had fled from their town/city and went into self-imposed quarantine to, fleeing from Maut which they believed they could thwart by escaping the hallucinated ‘contagion’ of the plague which had ravaged their town. Despite Mackooji conceding that the flight of the populace from the plague was such a sin which justified “a very severe punishment”, the jaahil presents this Qur’aanic Aayat to substantiate the kufr of the atheists and to peddle the wares of Bill Gates, Pharma & Iblees. There is absolutely not the slightest vestige of proof in this Qur’aanic Aayat for the hallucinated validity of contagion.

Excreting another LIE, the Mulhid, Mackooji says:

“According to a tafseer, Samiriyi the person who misled Bani Israeel with the calf statue in the absence of Musa a.s. got the curse of a contagious sickness that he was condemned to stay away from people and continue saying: “No touching please.”

The condition which had settled on Saamiri was a Curse which had a peculiar effect which may not be interpreted as Adwaa (there is contagion) in negation of the explicit ‘Laa adwa’ declaration of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). A command of our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) on which is based a Shar’i mas’alah may not be abrogated with a peculiar occurrence applicable to a specific person thousands of years prior to the Islam taught by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). On the contrary, the Qur’aan abrogated even the Taurah, Injeel and all previous Shariats. It is the height of jahaalat and kufr to attempt abrogation of the directives of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) with episodes which had transpired thousands of years ago. The episode of Saamiri mentioned in the Qur’aan Majeed has absolutely no relevance to contagion. Saamiri’s condition was a lifelong punishment imposed on him for his treacherous idol-making. His condition was peculiar and exceptional.

Citing another Hadith, Mackooji translates: “The sickly contagious should not be brought close to the healthy.” Either he is too stupid or he is guilty of chicanery for not translating “Laa adwaa”, mentioned in the very same Hadith. Firstly, there is no mention in the quoted Hadith about “sickly contagious” as the miscreant mentions. While the word ‘sick/sickly’ is mentioned, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) did not say “sickly contagious”. This is a lie and a kufr fabrication attributed by Mackooji to our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). On the contrary, negating contagion, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) states in the very same Hadith: “Laa adwaa”. After negating contagion, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) mentions the ‘sick’.

Secondly, the ‘sick’ mentioned in this narration cited by the jaahil fake mufti, refers to sick camels, not to human beings. The advice of not bringing the sick camel in touch with healthy camels, was due to the embedded kufr contagion belief which lingered on in the hearts of people since the era of jaahiliyyah, and to this day this kufr idea persists. In fact Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had said that this idea will continue lingering in the hearts of the people, hence he explicitly and emphatically refuted it by saying: “Laa adwaa’.

It is kufr to present a narration to refute the explicit declaration of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). An interpretation should be found to reconcile the apparent contradiction, or a suitable meaning should be ascribed to it, and in the event of inability to reconcile, it should be set aside. But it may not be presented to set aside, refute and abrogate what Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had explicitly ordered.

In another flaccid bid to prove existence of contagion, Mackooji presents a Hadith which he translates:

“Reported in Muslim that a leprous man was between the Thaqeef group of people (that came to Madina). So Rasulullah Swalallahhou Alaihi Wasallam sent to inform him that: “We have already taken his oath of allegiance from far and hence he should step back.”

Then, the miscreant jaahil presenting his kufr interpretation of this nafration, says:

“Allegiance is done normally hand with hand. But Rasouloullah (Swalallahou Alaihi Wasallam showed us to keep distance from contagious disease.”

This is a blatant lie ascribed to Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) by the jaahil, mulhid, bogus mufti. There is absolutely no reference to “keeping distance” from the sick. Whatever the reason was for instructing the leper to return, it never was maintenance of devil’s distance as these munaafiqeen of our day are observing at the behest of the atheists.

The jaahil fails to understand that the leper was not ordered to separate himself from the delegation in which he was. The other members of the group were not ordered to distance themselves from the leper. The leper was not ordered to go into quarantine, The people of Thaqeef were not ordered to adopt devil’s distance from the leper. The leper was not prevented from the Musjid. The leper was not isolated in any way whatsoever. He was only instructed to return. If the reason was to adopt devil’s distance, Rasulullah (Sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) would have ordered this. He would not have contented himself with only the return of the leper. This leper freely mingled with society. He was not isolated in any way. There is no proof whatsoever in this Hadith for the contagion theory which the mushrikeen and atheists propagate and which the munaafiqeen have lapped up.

Committing more fraud, Mackooji cites the Arabic text of a Hadith, but deceptively and dishonestly translates only a portion which in his necrotized mind he believes supports the contagion theory of the atheists. Thus he says:

“Hazrat Abu Hureirah r.a. said Rasouloullah Swalallahou Alaihi Wasallam said:

“….run away from a leprous just like you run from a lion.”

Then adding his stupid commentary, he says:

“Normally, it is sunnah to visit a sick and make du’as for him. But here we are prescribed by medical sunnah to stay away from contagious diseases. Hence all healthy precautions prescribed by our health authorities is under this sunnah protocol of protecting oneself from contagious diseases.”

We do not know for how many dollars acquired from the atheist authorities has this miserable jaahil mufti sold his Imaan. He very stupidly and cunningly omits in his translation. This miscreant as well as all other munaafiqeen are misinterpreting Qur’aanic Aayaat and Ahaadith, not for reconciling apparent contradictions as is the practice of the true Ulama. The objective of these mkscreants is to use and misuse the Ahaadith to peddle and promote the kufr theories of the atheists. They have bartered away their Imaan for dollars. They have been appointed as agents of Iblees to promote the covid satanism of Bill Gates, Pharma & Iblees.

The aforementioned Hadith in which the miserable jaahil has committed chicanery begins off with the explicit negation of contagion. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Laa adwaa (there is no contagion), no tiyarah, no haammah and no safar.” After making this explicit declaration, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) added the portion of fleeing from the leper. Whatever the reason for fleeing from the leper may be, it was never because of contagion because Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) refuted contagion before making mention of the leper. Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) made it abundantly clear that there is “no contagion”. He preceded the leper portion with negation of contagion thereby clarifying that fleeing from a leper is not on account of contagion. Whatever the reason may be, it is not contagion, hence the negation stated explicitly by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).

If the disease was contagious, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) would not have first negated contagion. But, we see that before mentioning about the leper, our Nabi corrected the shirki belief of contagion which was embedded in the minds of the people. The manner of the expression of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) means: Flee from the leper. However, leprosy is not contagious. This is the clear purport of “Laa adwaa” mentioned before proffering the advice of fleeing from a leper, and this portion of the Hadith, that is, “Laa adwaa” has been concealed by the Mackooji chap in a futile attempt to hoodwink ignoramuses.

Tiyara refers to bad omens. Haammah are owls bringing bad luck in terms of the shirki belief of the Mushrikeen. Safar is the belief that misfortune befalls people during the month of Safar. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) refuted all three beliefs of shirk in the same breath, in one statement.

Further negating the contagion rubbish promoted by the Mackooji jaahil, is the fact that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah during the plague did not flee from infected persons. On the contrary, they all huddled together in the Musjid. It is indeed an act of egregious perfidy to utilize the Hadith of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to refute him and to negate the explicit Laa adwaa declaration made by our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).

The logical conclusion of negating contagion, that is, interpreting Laa adwaa to mean adwaa, is to also confirm the validity tiyarah, haammah and safar just as the rubbishes confirm validity for contagion despite the express negation stated by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).

The rationale underlying the advice to flee from the leper was because of the embedded belief of contagion in the minds of the people, especially the simple village folk and Bedouins. It was a belief so ingrained that it could not be easily eradicated from fickle minds. Precisely for this reason Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Four things of Jaahiliyyah will remain in my Ummah. (1) People will not abstain from taunting on the basis of lineage (i.e.racialism). (2) Wailing (on the occasion of someone’s death). (3) Rain is caused by the moon. (4) The belief of contagion.”

Today even these moron molvis, paper muftis, sheikhs and the glut of munaafiqeen believe in the very same shirki concept of contagion which Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had refuted more than fourteen centuries ago. The atheists have perpetuated this belief of shirk, and at their behest the jaahil mufti is promoting the shirki belief.

Whilst Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) negated contagion, the munaafiqeen extravasate the very opposite by refuting Rasulullah’s explicit negation of contagion. And, this they do to bootlick the atheists for the dollars. Now why did the jaahil Mackooji conceal the ‘Laa adwaa’ statement which preceded the leper issue? His hidden kufr agenda is quite conspicuous.

Furthermore, despite the advice to flee from the leper, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), himself did not flee. On the contrary, he ate with a leper from the same bowl, saying: Have Tawakkul! This was Rasulullah’s practical refutation of the shirki belief of contagion. Both verbally and practically, by word and deed, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) negated contagion.

Regarding the Hadith which prohibits people from going to a region affected by a plague, the jaahil Mackooji flaunting his kufr-coated jahaalat comments:

“The sunnah teach us to visit the sick. But in these contagious cases, we are instructed to take medical precautions of distancing and segregating.”

Only brains necrotized by kufr are capable of venturing such rubbish understanding of the Hadith. While outsiders are prohibited from entering the epidemic zone, the thousands within the plague-afflicted locality are not ordered to adopt the stupid, ludicrous, satanic ‘medical precautions of distancing and segregating’. Those within the precincts of the plague-ravaged area who are the ones most at ‘risk’ of contracting the disease according to the theory of the baboonist atheists who happen to be the handlers of Mackooji and others of his ilk, are not segregated. The Hadith does not prescribe any devil’s distancing or devil’s segregating for them. No protocols have been prescribed for them by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alahyhi wasallam). The only protocols which Muslims, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Sahaabah knew during a plague was to rush to the Musjid and increase Istighfaar and Dua.

If contagion was a reality, most certainly, Allah Ta’ala would have revealed detailed protocol guidance to adopt as precautions against the hallucinated contagion. The theory of contagion and its meaning are not new. This was known to Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). He made specific reference to it, negating and refuting it. Now whoever promotes the opposite in refutation of the explicit Laa adwaa declaration of our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), eliminates his Imaan.

5 Rabiul Awwal 1443 – 12 October 2021

LIES PERPETRATED BY VACCINE SATANISTS

“ABORTED FETAL TISSUE IN VACCINES”

MASSIVE DECEPTION AND LIES PERPETRATED BY VACCINE SATANISTS

“Pfizer admits to using aborted fetal tissue in developing its vaccines.”

Pfizer admits to using aborted fetal tissue in developing its vaccines. So can Christians sign up for a jab exemption now?

Robert Bridge is an American writer and journalist. He is the author of ‘Midnight in the American Empire,’ How Corporations and Their Political Servants are Destroying the American Dream. @Robert_Bridge 8 Oct, 2021 18:31

For billions of faithful around the world, abortion is considered first-degree murder, yet fetal tissue is being used to develop Covid vaccines. While some may argue that ‘killing a life to save millions’ is fine, many disagree.

For those who rely on the mainstream media to keep astride of current affairs, chances are slim you’ve heard the story of Melissa Strickler. That’s too bad because Miss Strickler, Pfizer’s quality auditor, just unloaded a batch of company emails that show company executives being less than honest at a time when the Biden administration – as well as other governments around the world – is enforcing mandatory vaccines on millions of their citizens.

What makes Strickler’s revelations so startling is that Pfizer is instructing staff to obfuscate the truth over the use of aborted fetal cells in the development of its vaccines. This latest slap in the face to the faithful stings much more than closing down churches during a pandemic.

In one damning email, Vanessa Gelman, Pfizer’s senior director of worldwide research, said “we want to avoid having the information on fetal cells floating out there,” before adding that the “risk of communicating this… outweighs any potential benefit we could see, particularly with general members of the public who may take this information and use it in ways we may not want out there…”

Like maybe working with a whistleblower, for example? Gelman failed to see that ugly prospect hurling down the pipe, which certainly “outweighs any potential benefit” of Pfizer simply being upfront with the public.

In another Pfizer communication, an employee asked for advice on how to respond to the very straightforward question: “Did Pfizer make use of a cell line from an aborted foetus when carrying out any confirmatory tests for this vaccine?”

Instead of a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’, Gelman advised to “stay focused” on the company line of horse manure, which reads: “Human fetal derived cell lines are not used to produce our investigational vaccine, which consists of synthetic and enzymatically produced components.”

In the very next sentence, however, Gelman veers 180 degrees from her original statement, telling staff not to share with the public the following information unless it’s “strictly necessary”: “One or more cell lines with an origin that can be traced back to human fetal tissue has been used in laboratory tests associated with the vaccine program.”

In other words, Pfizer is talking out of both sides of its mouth at a time when its vaccines are projected to earn the drug maker $33.5 billion in revenue in 2021 now that forced mandates have taken the world by storm. The last thing that Pfizer wants at this stage in the game, of course, is for millions of Christians, as well as adherents of other faiths, to start asking questions about aborted fetal tissue in its product.

Presently, however, the drug maker has kept the vaccine heretics at bay thanks to none other than the divine intervention of Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church. That much was evident in an email by Philip Dormitzer, Pfizer’s chief scientific officer, who, after spilling the beans that the vaccines are “ultimately derived from an aborted fetus,” proudly proclaims that “the Vatican doctrinal committee has confirmed that they consider it acceptable for Pro-Life believers to be immunized.”

“Pfizer’s official statement couches the answer well and is what should be provided in response to an outside inquiry,” he adds smugly.

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In light of the damning information contained in these emails, it is possible that Pfizer ‘couched the answer’ so well that the true extent of its deception evaded even Pope Francis, one of the most controversial individuals in recent memory to hold the title ‘Bishop of Rome’.

Francis is the first Jesuit to be selected Pope, and certainly the most political, but not in a way that would please his fiercely conservative flock. In fact, so far to the left is Pope Francis that the talk show host Michael Savage once dubbed him “Lenin’s Pope.” Whether the Pope’s glaring liberal tendencies would allow him to give his blessing to a vaccine that contained actual fetal tissue is another question, and one that will keep theologians debating each other for many years to come.

One thing does seem certain, however: given the determination of Pfizer executives to deceive the public, it is impossible to say anything definite on the question of fetal tissue in the vaccines.

Not even Melissa Strickler, the whistleblower whose job title at Pfizer is/was ‘manufacturing quality auditor’, knows for certain whether aborted fetal tissue made it to the final Covid vaccine.

“They’re being so deceptive in their emails, it’s almost like it is in the final vaccine,” Strickler told Project Veritas. “It just made me not trust it.” This lack of transparency promises to open up a can of uncomfortable questions for Pfizer, and not a moment too soon.

Whether or not an individual finds the act of abortion heinous or not seems to be a secondary matter here. Do people really want or need aborted fetal material possibly injected into their bodies over a virus that comes with a survival rate of better than 99%? At the very least the public should be aware of that rather unsettling bit of information.

Moreover, if Pfizer is not being upfront on the question of fetal material in its vaccines, what other important information is it withholding from the public? That’s no idle question considering that just this week Pfizer, despite – or because of – the whistleblower scandal, announced it would seek an emergency use authorization (EUA) to deliver Covid vaccines to children between the ages of 5 and 11. Clearly, these Big Pharma people were born with no excess of self-awareness or scruples.

If Pfizer was truly following the science, it would know that children are not super spreaders of the disease, while their amazing immunity to the coronavirus has befuddled the best experts. Consider the situation in Sweden, currently the world’s largest laboratory, where schools have remained open for children 15 years old and younger – without any mandatory mask wearing. Among a student and teacher population of 1.8 million, zero deaths related to Covid were detected. Yes, zero. At the same time, teachers did not show any excessive rate of infection compared to other professions.

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A study carried out by researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine showed that the Swedish model was no fluke. Analyzing some 48,000 children under 18 years old “diagnosed with Covid in health-insurance data from April to August 2020,” the team found a “mortality rate of zero among children without a pre-existing medical condition such as leukemia.”

The tragic irony here is that young people are potentially more at risk from being jabbed than they are from acquiring the coronavirus. In June, the FDA required Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna to include the risk of heart inflammation – known as myocarditis and pericarditis – for their vaccines after 1,200 cases were recorded, mostly in young males under the age of 30.

An even greater tragedy is that some children may suffer these conditions as a result of a vaccine developed in no small part to the aborted life of another innocent child. It’s time to put the brakes on the vaccines for children until Pfizer and the other vaccine manufacturers come clean about exactly what is going on in their laboratories. More than one life depends on it.

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4 Rabiul Awwal 1443 – 11 October 2021

AALAMGHIR

Aalamghir (Aurangzab, the Moghul Emperor) used to personally write the Qur’aan Shareef. Once a man pointed out an error. Alamghir made a mark by the word (conveying the impression that he would correct it later). After the departure of the man, Aalamghir erased the mark and explained that what he had written was correct. However, to avoid hurting the man’s feelings Aalamghir pretended that he had erred. The king said that if he had immediately rejected the man’s claim, he would in future refrain from presenting advice. He (Aalamghir) did not want to reduce his number of advisors.
Aalamghir was a man of lofty spiritual excellences and accomplishments). He was a Saahib-e-Nisbat (one who enjoys a special bond of Divine Proximity). Towards the end of his life he instructed that his kafan should not be acquired with the money he had earned by his trade. He did not want the money earned from selling Qur’aan copies to be used for his kafan although the Ulama had issued the fatwa of permissibility. Nevertheless, overtly it resembled selling the aayat of Allah Ta’ala. He, therefore, did not wish to meet Allah Ta’ala with such kafan in which there was the slightest vestige of doubt.
Muhammad Qali was a close attendant of Aalamghir. Once Aalamghir, while calling him, exclaimed: ‘Qali!’ The servant immediately arrived with a jug of water. The king made wudhu.
A guest who was present was very surprised. How did the servant know that Aalamghir required water for wudhu? The king had not mentioned this nor was it time for wudhu. When he enquired the servant said: “My name is Muhammad Qali. On account of the king’s profound respect, he never calls me with half my name. He always calls me by my full name. Today when he omitted the name Muhammad, I understood that the king was without wudhu. He therefore, refrained from mentioning the word, Muhammad. (From this could be gauged the profound respect and veneration the king had for Rasulullah — sallallahu alayhi wasallam).
Subhaanallah! Attributes such as the respect of Aalamghir and the intelligence of the servant are now non-existent.