Undergoing surgery to become impotent

Q: I am an unmarried male close to my thirties. My urges have become very extreme and sometimes out of control. My parents are not agreeing on getting me married. I am now very worried due to the fear that I might fall into the sinful act of zina due to my extreme urges. My question is that is it ok in Islam if I kill my sex drive permanently or become impotent by my own wish in order to avoid adultery?

A: It is forbidden in shariah for a male to get himself castrated or to become impotent through surgery. This is a serious crime and regarded as haraam in Islam. If you have the pressing urge to get married and you fear falling into sin, then getting married is compulsory upon you provided you have the means to get married. Hence, in this matter you do not require the permission of your parents. If you have the means to get married, then you should get married. Consult the elders of your family and ask them to find you a pious and suitable spouse.

And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.

عن ابن عباس أن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم قال لا صرورة في الإسلام (المعجم الكبير، الرقم: 11595)

جاز (خصاء البهائم) حتى الهرة وأما خصاء الآدمي فحرام (الدر المختار 6/388)

(والخصي والمجبوب والمخنث كالفحل) لقوله تعالى قل للمؤمنين يغضوا من أبصارهم وهم ذكور مؤمنون فيدخلون تحت هذا الخطاب وغيره من النصوص العامة وقالت عائشة رضي الله عنها الخصاء مثلة فلا يبيح ما كان حراما قبله وهذا لأن الخصي ذكر يشتهي ويجامع وقيل هو أشد جماعا لأن آلته لا تفتر فصار كالفحل وكذا المجبوب لأنه يشتهي ويسحق وينزل وحكمه كأحكام الرجال في كل شيء وقطع تلك الآلة كقطع عضو آخر منه فلا يبيح شيئا كان حراما (تبيين الحقائق 6/20)

Answered by:

Mufti Zakaria Makada

Checked & Approved:

Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach)

No suffering goes unrewarded

Difficulty and hardship have become widespread in the world today.

People are suffering in various forms throughout the globe. The simple solution for this is a ‘collective revival’ of the Sunnah of our Beloved Nabi (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam).

Nevertheless, for a believer, no difficulty, loss or suffering goes unrewarded.

Hereunder are three authentic Hadiths [from among many] on this topic, as a reminder and inspiration to all:

  1. Sayyidah ‘Aaishah (radiyallahu’anha) reports that Nabi (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) said:

Every calamity/difficulty that befalls a Muslim is a means of Allah expiating his sins, even if it’s [as trivial as] a thorn prick.

(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 5640 and Sahih Muslim: 2572)

  1. Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud (radiyallahu’anhu) reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) said:

By the oath of Allah! When a Muslim is harmed by illness or anything else, Allah sheds his sins from him, like a tree sheds its leaves.

(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 5648 and Sahih Muslim: 2571)

  1. Sayyiduna Anas (radiyallahu’anhu) reports that Nabi (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) said:

The greater the test [on someone] the greater the reward [from Allah]. When Allah loves a people, he tests them, those who are pleased [with Allah’s decision] receive Allah’s pleasure [in return]. Those who are unhappy, will receive Allah’s wrath.

(Sunan Tirmidhi, Hadith: 2396)

May Allah Ta’ala alleviate the distress in the world, reward all believers for their sufferings, and grant us sabr (patience) over our losses. Amin.




I have attached an article from an academic journal that was emailed to me. This paper explores the similarities between reiki and so called sufi healing. What is the status of sufi healing in Islam? Is such healing permissible?

What is interesting in this paper is that at the beginning it mentions a story about a priest researching how Jesus healed people with his hands. When we did Aafiya healing, Zuhair mentioned the very same thing: that Allah sent the knowledge of healing with hands to Isa (Alayhis salaam). I would like to know why during Meraj did the Angels stress cupping to such a degree when all these healing modalities pre-date Islam. Obviously the Angels were witness to these practices.


There is no such thing as ‘sufi healing’ in Islam. The term ‘sufi’ has been misappropriated to camouflage a Satanist cult, and to entrap ignorant and unwary Muslims into the kufr and shirk snare of Iblees.

So-called ‘sufi’ healing is shaitaani ‘healing’. All forms of ‘divine’ energy, ‘divine’ healing and all forms of these metaphysical therapies purported to be healing practices, are Devil-energy and Devil therapies which are haraam. These therapies are deceptions of shaitaan. Shaitaan manipulates his agents to divert Muslims from the Deen. They deceptively utilize some Islamically-sounding terminologies to entrap morons into the snare of Iblees which he spreads for the destruction of the Imaan of the morons who become entangled in the excretal mess of these satanic therapies.

The paper confirms the practices of shirk and kufr which are integral to satanic healing and therapies. The paper mentions techniques which were acquired from “the Lotus Sutra of the Lord Buddha”, Muslim’s adaptation in adopting reiki spirituality, the nature of reiki in Sufism, the nature of man in sufistic reiki, the nature off reiki energy in sufistic reiki, sufistic reiki in solving theological problem, etc.

The claim that reiki or any other similar form of therapy is free from religious affiliation is a massive satanic lie designed to deceive and entrap ignorant Muslims into the web of shirk and kufr which is externally plastered with a false veneer to convey the idea that the therapy is for gaining physical health. But this is a shaitaani ploy to deflect focus from the true objective of these Satanist therapists. The paper stating the objective of this satanism says:

“The true aim of Reiki is attaining levels of spiritual enlightenment, in Buddhist term: up to a jivanmukta state or realm of divine consciousness, spiritually speaking.”

Morons are deluded by the legion of Shaitaan to believe that “true-blissful-divine-consciousness” is attained and experienced via the techniques of the Devil. The ‘divine’ consciousness which the morons experience is in reality inspirations and hallucinations of Shaitaan. Iblees too has forms of noor within him. He utilizes his satanic noor to deceive and entrap. Even some simple-minded Auliya who lacked adequate Knowledge of the Shariah have been duped by Iblees. Ultimately they end up prostrating to the devil. It is precisely for this reason that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“A single Faqeeh is harder on shaitaan than a thousand Aabids.”

The Faqeeh being equipped with valid Ilm of the Deen and Taqwa quickly discerns satanism while the Aabid (Buzrug) lacking in adequate Knowledge of the Deen is in grave danger of satanic entrapment. Hence there is an imperative need for such Aabids to seek clarification for their spiritual experiences from true Ulama who are able to distinguish between Haqq and the baatil of these Satanist practices and therapies.

The deceptive utilization of the Islamic term, Ilaahi (my Allah), is a satanically cunning device for presenting the hybrid Buddhist-Islamic concept which is nothing other than pure shaitaaniyat.

The paper mentions “modern Sufism practitioners” who are impressed and attracted by the “miracles of Reiki”. Thus, they endeavour to make a patchwork of ‘esoteric’ Islam “with the essence of Reiki”.

Muslims should beware of these therapists. All of them without exception are agents of Iblees whose target is Imaani destruction. These therapies are satanically designed to desensitize Imaan and to make it conducive for accepting the satanic contamination which the Satanists offer. Just a single belief of kufr/shirk eliminates Imaan.

The ‘sufism’ to which these agents of shaitaan refer is actually satanism. Any brand of sufism or tasawwuf which is in conflict with the Shariah is satanism. Genuine Sufism/Tasawwuf is the Product of the Qur’aan and Sunnah. There is nothing in true Sufism which conflicts with the Shariah. Sufism is not a therapy for healing physical ailments. Sufism is the Sunnah branch of Knowledge which deals with moral reformation and spiritual progress. Its subject matter is Islaah-e-Nafs. But in this age all sufi tareeqas are the Tareeqah of Iblees. They are Satanist cults of bid’ah, kufr, shirk, fisq and fujoor. They hoodwink the ignorant and unwary with the Islamic names which they retain for their cults of satanism.

Likening the healing practices with the hands of the Satanists to the Mu’jizaat performed by Nabi Isaa (Alayhis salaam) is a perfect example of the satanism with which wool is pulled over the spiritual eyes of the morons. There is absolutely no relationship between the Mu’jizaat of the Ambiya and the satanic demonstrations of these satanic therapists whose religion is satanism. Nabi Isaa (Alayhis salaam) and all Ambiya (Alayhimus salaam) who had demonstrated Mu’jizaat (Miracles) did so Bi-ithnillaah!, i.e. with the permission of Allah. They did not get any schooling in any form of therapy. In the Qur’aan are mentioned the episodes of Hadhrat Isaa’s healing the blind, the lame, etc. With each act of healing, he clarified that it was Bi-ithnillaah – with the permission of Allah.

The Mu’jizaat of the Ambiya and the Karaamaat of the Auliya are not the effects of therapy which in fact is satanism. Aafiya healing is also a branch of shaitaani therapy. The claim that Allah Ta’ala sent the knowledge of healing with the hands to Nabi Isaa (Alayhis salaam) is a satanic lie. There never was such a form of healing. It was not healing by any satanic movement of the hands. Hadhrat Isaa (Alayhis salaam) simply took the Name of Allah Ta’ala and blew on the patient who was instantaneously cured by the permission of Allah, not by any hand-therapy hallucinated by the agents of Iblees.

Insha-Allah, further comment shall be forthcoming.

3 Safar 1442 – 21 September 2020

I have drastically cut down on my food-intake.

Q. I have drastically cut down on my food-intake. I have read in the Hadith and in Imaam Ghazali’s book on the spiritual and physical harms of eating
much. However, I have lost much weight and I’m feeling very weak. What is your advice?

A. Brother, do not implement rigid and extremely austere methods from books. Always seek advice. The extreme methods of austerity practised by
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), the Sahaabah and the early Muslims are not possible for weaklings of our kind in this age.
For us the advice in the Hadith is to eat less than a filled stomach. Never over-eat. If you follow the methods of the Auliya of former times your health will severely suffer, then you will find difficulty fulfilling even your daily Salaat. Eat well of the bounties of Allah Ta’ala. Abstain from haraam and doubtful foods such as commercially killed carrion chickens, the haraam meat the butcheries sell, and commercially prepared foods containing stabilizers, emulsifiers, gelatine, and E Number ingredients. Eat halaal Tayyib food but do not over-eat.



Once when Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) saw a man standing while drinking water, he rebuked the man. The man asked what error he had committed. Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Would you like a cat to drink with you?” The man said: “No.” Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Someone worse than a cat was drinking with you, namely, the shaitaan.”

 According to Imaam Shaafi' (rahmatullah alayh), even when drinking Zam Zam water one should sit. The Mashaaikh also warn of sicknesses developing when a person drinks water standing.


One of the Wives of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “O
Rasulullah! During the night I heard you making a dua. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:
“Verily, I supplicated to Allah that my Ummah should not be destroyed by
means of famine. This was granted to me. And, I supplicated that internecine warfare should not plague my Ummah. This was denied to me. Then I said:
‘In that case, Flu or Plague (thrice).”
Muslims should now understand well that whether it is a flu or a plague which wrought mass destruction with millions perishing, for the true Mu’mineen it is a blessing and the means of Shahaadat while for the
kuffaar and Munaafiqeen, and the villainously evil fussaaq / fujjaar Muslims, it is an Athaab.



A Brother living in Kenya sent the following message:

“Since the outbreak of the virus in March, we started reciting Dua-e-Qunoot in each and every Namaaz. Over here in Tanzania in East Africa, the only thing which helped us was Dua.

That is the only thing that helped us in Tanzania, a land of 70 million. No doctors and no medicine helped us. Only Dua – that’s all that helped.

We never closed the doors of the Mosques. Please Convey this message to all.”

(End of message)


Tanzani has been blessed with an intelligent President who has the welfare of the people at heart. He is not a bootlicker like the glut of munaafiq molvis and sheikhs who have lapped up every filth and vomit effluvium discharged by the atheists.

He expelled the rogues and frauds of the United Nations who are prime role players in the pandemic conspiracy.

The Tanzanian President defied the pandemic doomsday call and prediction of the agents of Bill Gates. He kept the country open and did not buckle under the pressure of the world’s conspirators. Whilst all the Musaajid in Tanzania operated normally under the decree of the non-Muslim President, all the Musaajid in every Muslim country were closed down by Munaafiq and kuffaar governments and Munaafiq molvis and sheikhs. All of them were following the conspirators of the west like monkeys. May Allah Ta’ala bestow the treasure of Imaan to the President.

Today western scientists concede the “LACK OF CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKS IN AFRICA”, and it has these scientists puzzled. Only those scientists who are unaware of the massive satanic plot underlying the bogus pandemic are puzzled. Nevertheless, the acceptance of the factual reality of the lack of coronavirus in Africa speaks volumes for the massive fraud that this pandemic is.

21 Muharram 1442 – 10 September 2020

Face Masks – Ending the Confusion

Dr. Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA

Everyone in the world seems confused about whether or not we should wear masks to protect us from the coronavirus. The general consensus among politicians and the so-called experts quoted in the media appears to me to be that wearing masks does no good but that we should wear them anyway and that we don’t need to wear them although they are very useful. This advice is given freely by commentators who are untroubled by facts or research or annoying things of that nature and conflicting pronouncements are regularly made by politicians who clearly know so little about medical matters that they probably couldn’t even manage to spell technical medical words such as diarrhoea.

The World Health Organisation, which has loads of highly paid doctors and specialists investigating such matters, appears to lead the confusion. Indeed, their confusion seems to me so confusing that they have confused me. They initially said that healthy individuals only needed to wear a mask if they were taking care of someone suspected of having the coronavirus. The science doesn’t seem to me to have changed but the advice from the WHO has changed. I’ll come on to why that might be in another video.

Governments everywhere are collectively confused although individual politicians everywhere all seem to have firm views on the matter, usually derived from the bloke who cuts their hair or the woman in the corner shop who knows about these things.

Hospitals and doctors also seem confused. You find me 1,000 hospital staff who think that masks are a good idea and that we should all wear them all the time, even when we are in the bath, and I will find you 1,000 hospital staff who think they are useless or dangerous or both.

The odd thing is that there don’t seem to be any studies relating to the use of masks with the coronavirus.

Nevertheless, around the world the mask industry is booming. The people who aren’t working on a new wonder vaccine are making masks.

There are videos and books explaining how to make your own mask out of unwanted bits and pieces found lying around the home. It is possible to make two excellent face masks out of the cups of an old brassiere, using the straps to fashion loops to go around the ears or the back of the head. Naturally, the size of the bra has a big influence on its suitability for turning into a face mask and a bra measuring 44GG is probably going to be a little on the loose side for most people. And if you need fresh masks every day you will need a large supply of bras.

Despite the confusion, the British Government announced that from June 15th everyone in England must wear a mask when using public transport. You can travel on public transport on the 14th without a mask but on the 15th you will need a mask, presumably because the Government knows that the virus will suddenly become more dangerous then…… read more

Full article on above link and also at the bottom. The final part of article here

There is no doubt that face masks can be dangerous. In China, two school boys who were wearing face masks while running on a track both collapsed and died – possibly, I would surmise, because the strain on their hearts by the shortage of oxygen proved fatal.

A report published in the British Medical Journal summarised some other risks.

First, when you wear a face mask some of the air you breathe out goes into your eyes. This can be annoying and uncomfortable and if, as a result, you touch your eyes you may infect yourself.

Second, face masks make breathing more difficult and, as I have already pointed out, anyone who has a breathing problem will find that a mask makes it worse. Also, some of the carbon dioxide which is breathed out with each exhalation is then breathed in because it is trapped. Together these factors may mean that the mask wearer may breathe more frequently or more deeply and if that happens then someone who has the coronavirus may end up breathing more of the virus into their lungs. If a mask is contaminated because it has been worn for too long then the risks are even greater. How long is too long? No one knows. No research has been done as far as I know.

Third, there is a risk that the accumulation of the virus in the fabric of the mask may increase the amount of the virus being breathed in. This might then defeat the body’s immune response and cause an increase in infections – other infections, not just the coronavirus.

Another report, again written with medical authority, offers more problems.

Dr Russell Blaylock, a retired neurosurgeon, reported that wearing a face mask can produce a number of problems varying from headaches to hypercapnia (a condition in which excess carbon dioxide accumulates in the body) and that the problems can include life threatening complications.

The risk of side effects developing when wearing a mask depend to some extent on whether the mask is made of cloth or paper or is an N95 mask filtering out at least 95% of airborne particles.

One study of 212 healthcare workers showed that a third of them developed headaches with 60% needing pain killers to relieve the headache. Some of the headaches were thought to be caused by an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood or a reduction in the amount of oxygen in the blood. Another study, this time of 159 young health workers showed that 81% developed headaches after wearing facemasks – so much that their work was affected.

A third study, involving 53 surgeons, showed that the longer a mask was worn the greater the fall in blood oxygen levels. This may lead to the individual passing out and it may also affect natural immunity – thereby increasing the risk of infection.

An N95 mask can reduce blood oxygenation by as much as 20% and this can lead a loss of consciousness. Naturally, this can be dangerous for car drivers, for pedestrians or for people standing up.

Dr Blaylock also pointed to a study entitled `The use of masks and respirators to prevent transmission of influenza: a systematic review of the scientific evidence.’ This study looked at 17 separate studies and concluded that none of the studies established a conclusive relationship between the use of masks and protection against influenza infection.

`When a person has TB we have them wear a mask,’ concluded Dr Blaylock, `not the entire community of the non- infected.’

I wonder if our leaders know all this? If they do then why are they so keen to make face masks compulsory despite the dangers. And if they don’t know all this then they should do.

The one remaining question is: why, when the disease is fading throughout the world, has the British Government decided that we should wear masks when there are so clearly very real dangers with wearing them.

I suppose they will say it is because the lockdown is being eased a little but they lie about everything so I don’t believe that for a second.

I think they have another reason.

Source: www.vernoncoleman.com/endingtheconfusion.htm

The article is Transcript of his YouTube video. The YouTube video about this subject was removed as expected.

Is there a specific number or way to have black seeds as a cure?


I would like to learn if there is any reliable narration that talks about how many grains of black seed Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) used to take or the Sahabah (radiyallahu ‘anhum) would suggest consuming?

Is there any guideline in Islam on how a person should take black seed for health concerns?


The Hadith regarding the black seed is general.

Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that he heard Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) say: “The black seed is a means of cure for every ailment except death”

(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 5688 and Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 2215)

Imam Bukhari (rahimahullah) has recorded a narration which states that Sayyiduna Galib ibn Abjar (radiyallahu ‘anhu) had become ill while travelling. Upon entering Madinah, Ibn Abi ‘Atiq (radiyallahu ‘anhu) visited him and advised saying: “[Treat him] with the black seed. Take five or seven seeds and crush them. Then put it into his nose from either side with a few droplets of oil for ‘Aaishah (radiyallahu ‘anha) informed me that she heard Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) say, ‘This black seed is a cure from all illnesses except from As sam’. ‘Aaishah (radiyallahu ‘anha) says, ‘I asked Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) what is as sam?’ He replied, ‘Death.'”

(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 5687)

Hafiz Ibn Hajar (rahimahullah) has cited a narration wherein Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) advised someone to take twenty one black seeds, place it into a cloth and soak it overnight in water. The next day, he should put one seed into right nostril and two seeds into the left nostril. The following day, he should put two seeds into the right nostril and one seed into the left nostril and on the third day, one seed in the right nostril and two in the left.

After citing this Hadith, Hafiz Ibn Hajar (rahimahullah) states, “We understand from that, that the meaning of this seed being a healing for every disease is that it should not be used on its own to cure every disease. Rather, sometimes it could be used on its own, sometimes mixed with other ingredients. It may be used ground up or otherwise. Sometimes it could be eaten, drunk, used like snuff, applied as a balm/bandage as well as used in other ways.”

(Fathul Bari, Hadith: 5688, vol 10 pg. 144)

Imam Ibn Qayyim (rahimahullah) has also suggested various different usages of black seed for different ailments, like mixing it with honey and water, boiling it with vinegar and applying it as a paste.

(Zadul Ma’ad, vol. 4 pgs. 273-275)

From the above, it is evident that treatment using the black seed will vary from illness to illness and could also differ from person to person. A person should therefore consult a medical professional/herbalist and they would prescribe accordingly.

And Allah Ta’ala Knows best.

Answered by: Moulana Suhail Motala

Approved by: Moulana Muhammad Abasoomar


“The pandemic could end up no worse than a bad flu season.”



by Tyler Durden

Even though BoJo’s system of localized COVID-19 measures seems to be working, the unrelenting hysteria peddled by the British press has left millions of Britons traumatized.

Now, Carl Heneghan, a professor of Evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, is calling for the government to intervene and “proactively reassure” his young students that the coronavirus won’t kill them if they contract it.

He said exaggerated fears of the virus have led to “people going about their daily lives misunderstanding and overestimating their risk,” something with which many Americans can probably empathize.

And as parts of north Manchester remain on ‘partial lockdown’, the professor said introducing local lockdowns could do more harm than good by forcing people into their homes, potentially infecting other vulnerable people who live with them, especially as the temperature drops.

Professor Heneghan’s work has led to a lowering of the official death toll after he revealed COVID-19 deaths were being counted even if someone had subsequently died of other causes.

As we learn more about the virus, the pandemic could end up no worse than a bad flu season, the professor said, with a touch of hyperbole.

Heneghan’s work ‘reframing’ how COVID-19 deaths are counted could eventually lead to the world seeing far fewer deaths than were actually reported (while many still went uncounted). But as we’ve come to understand how to treat COVID-19 more effectively, society hasn’t recalibrated its fear of the virus.

“We reset how we calculate the death rates. We now need to reset how we communicate the risks of the virus.”

“I am concerned people have become overly frightened and throughout this pandemic, the fear instilled in people has been a real problem.”

“Many people misunderstand and overestimate their risk of Covid. This uncertainty is leaving them highly anxious and affecting schools, offices and how we go about our daily lives. The government needs to intervene to explain to people their true risks.”

But as the death rate has declined, it’s notable that cases and deaths have continued to decline even as society has opened up.

It’s all just one more reason to support the Swedish approach.

4 Muharram 1442 – 24 August 2020