COVID-19 A Momentous Scandal

COVID-19 A Momentous Scandal

The impact of Covid-19 on the health of many individuals was severe. Many lost their lives. However, the impact of the response by governments, globally, including here in South Africa, was, in the very least, misdirected, and at worst, fraudulent. Nobody escaped its horrific impact.

Never before was the entire human race subjected to an experimental medical treatment (vaccines), through the implementation of the most aggressive propaganda campaign, as was experienced during the time of Covid-19.

Why write about this now that the Covid nightmare is seemingly behind us, one might ask. This subject remains important because it is most certainly not behind us. The legal framework which made this madness possible is still on the law books; the shattered lives, as a result of the inhumane lockdowns and forced vaccine mandates are still with us; and there is the danger of this catastrophe, or something similar to it, being repeated.As we speak the World Health Organisation (WHO) is conducting negotiations on a new Pandemic Treaty, using the “zero draft” as a basis for negotiating an agreement to, per their motivation, “protect nations and communities from future pandemic emergencies.” Coming from the WHO, this is a dangerous development, potentially threatening the sovereignty of nations.

Right from the outset, from the moment this new virus was introduced globally, the term ‘the great reset’ was introduced surreptitiously, almost as a prediction of what was to come; as if the eventual socio-, economic- and political impact of this virus was clear from the outset. We now know that it was not a matter of exceptional foresight, but rather a matter of following the global script, and obeying instructions to promote a particular narrative, promoting a Covid response and intended outcome that were designed even before the outbreak of the ‘pandemic’.

In South Africa, the President adopted his own opportunistic alternative to  ‘the great reset’, by repeatedly emphasising the opportunity for radical transformation in South Africa presented by the virus. How can a virus present an opportunity for socio-, economic- and political transformation, any clear-thinking person might ask. It simply makes no sense. But here no clear thinking was involved; looking back, everything was done according to a pre-determined script.

One very important narrative, at least extremely important for those driving the Covid-agenda, was that the Covid-virus had its origin in a ‘wet market’ in Wuhan (China). Scientists who dared to suggest that the virus originated in a laboratory in Wuhan were ridiculed, ignored in the mainstream media and censored on certain social media platforms.

However, the entire ‘wet market’ narrative is now destroyed, and the global political manoeuvring, manipulation and bribery aimed at suppressing the ‘lab-leak’ theory are now exposed. This very important admission is made by none other than the US government. Those who fraudulently concocted this Covid-fabrication will hopefully face the music for their actions.

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27 March 2023




In his egregiously stupid talk, which we have already refuted in an earlier article, the miscreant so-called ‘mufti’ Zubair Bhayat said:

“….of recent people have been questioning the credibility of our medical practitioners. It’s absolutely unacceptable and it is ridiculous to question the competence and credibility of our medical specialists…”

Debunking this rubbish of the miscreant molvi, the American Journal of Medicine published the following article:

“Doctor, You hit on the 3rd leading cause of deaths in the US, and I’m sure most of us could relate it is either cancer, diabetes or heart disease. Can you tell us why is that?

As published in the American Journal of medicine, the 3rd leading cause of deaths in America is MD related treatments. This means you go to the doctor and he gives you a treatment and you die from it. According to the US health department services 15 000 patients are killed by MD treatments every month and nobody goes to jail. A handful of terrorist fly 2 planes into the twin towers, 3500 people die and we go into war, but 15 000 people are killed a month by MD treatments and nobody bats an eyelash. This is because for the last hundred years we have been led into this false belief, I think it was Marcus Welby who started it, that the Medical doctor is king and knows everything about everything and you just need to shut up and follow his advice… Most people in the US have no idea about the history of medicine evolution in the US, in the early 1900’s it was relatively level playing fields between the chiropractors, osteopaths, homeopaths and the MD’s, In 1915 1920 there was something called the Flexner report, the Carrnegie corporation funded this man named Abraham Flexner, he went around the country, he went on stagecouch on train and on horseback, this was before the interstate highway system, it took Flexner 5 years to do this, he went all around the country and an inventory of all the medical schools that prescribed drugs, he brought the list back to the Carnegries who owned the drug companies, and then the Carnegries and Rockefellers gave millions of dollars of free money to the medical schools and hospitals who were prescribing drugs, that was the beginning of the end of the Flexner report, there was no more level playing fields in the US and mDS started juggernaut has taken off. Most people in the US think that the predominant medicine here is MD directed medicine.” (Our emphasis –The Majlis)


The dark history of the WHO

Eugenics experiments on a global scale.

Funded by the Bill and Merlinda gates foundation

Crime: Between 2000 and 2017 they implemented their experimental oral Polio vaccine on a massive scale in India.

Damage: Half a million children under the age of 5 became paralyzed during this time. In 2017, the Indian government finally told Gates and his policies to leave. The paralysis rates dropped abruptly.

Crime: In 2002 they introduced their Meningitis Vaccine Project in Africa Forcefully vaccinating thousands of children.

Damage: 1 of every 10 children became crippled. Authorities described Gates as “ruthless and immoral” and accused him of using the African people as guinea pigs.

Crime: In 2009 they tested their HPV vaccine on 28,000 tribal girls in remote Indian villages, bullying parents into complying.

Damage: 1,200 girls had severe side affects, such as infertility, seizures, and autoimmune disorders. Seven girls lost their life. This case is now in their Supreme Court.

Crime: In 2010 they funded an experimental malaria vaccine in Africa.

Damage: 1 of every 5 children (20%) suffered severe side affects, including seizures and paralysis. 1 of 5 babies lost their life.”

This much for the degree of credibility awarded by the miscreant Bhayat to the khanaazeer who specialize in murder.

25 Sha’baan 1444 – 18 March 2023

Islam and Mental Health: The Real Solution to the Depression Epidemic

The modern world is literally driving people crazy.

The data collected by the US government paints a sobering picture:

• More than 50% will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in their lifetime.

• 1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental illness in a given year.

•1 in 5 children, either currently or at some point during their life, have had a seriously debilitating mental illness.

•1 in 25 Americans lives with a serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or major depression.

Just imagine, more than half of the American population will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder within their lifetime. And yet, despite this, progressionists still emphatically tout the claim that we are living during the greatest era in human history.

The standard defense for this viewpoint usually goes as follows:

“People are simply becoming more attuned to the existence of mental illnesses and are thus showing greater concern for the well-being of others. People had the same mental health issues yesterday as they do today, but we used to turn a blind eye to it and not provide any proper treatment.”

However, it’s extremely difficult to submit to the claim that mental disorders were just as widespread in the past as they are now and just merely went unnoticed.

The ceaselessly growing list of mental disorders (with the exception of mental disorders driven by sexual degeneracy, which seem to just suddenly disappear as certain lobbying groups get larger) detailed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders may be due to gaining a deeper understanding of these conditions, but it could also stem from the extremely harsh and inhumane environment in the modern world. Progressionists should dive deeper into the root causes of these psychological illnesses and how they are strongly intertwined with specific environmental and social factors⁠—factors which are not present in an Islamic society.

Depression is one of the most prevalent psychological disorders today’s society. But is it possible that the solution to this problem has been right in front of us all along, within Islam? It’s worth considering how psychotherapists treat depression and how their methods align with various Islamic practices for treating spiritual maladies.

The Correct Approach to Healing Depression: Tazkiyah and Prophetic Medicine

Here is what one of the leading experts on depression, Dr. Michael Yapko, says:

I don’t know if you saw the big announcement last year from the World Health Organization, but in 2004, the World Health Organization declared depression the number four cause of human suffering and disability behind cancer, heart disease, and traffic accidents.

They predicted that by 2020, depression would rise to be number two. In fact, depression reached number two in late 2013 and last year, around this time, depression was declared the number one cause of human suffering and disability. The numbers are increasing and there is no demographic group where the numbers are going down. When we look at the epidemiology, it’s the 25 to 44-year-olds who represent the largest group of depression sufferers, but the fastest-growing group is their children.

This is one of the things that I am deeply concerned about. Now, when you see a 14-year-old or a 15-year-old who’s already suffering from depression, shows the signs, and has the symptoms as dealing with it, that’s a basis for concern. What’s an even stronger basis for concern is what happens ten years from now when this depressed adolescent becomes a parent.

We now have three generation studies that show remarkably clearly that from one generation to the next, depression increases in prevalence and severity. I’m worried especially about the youngest among us who are at a very elevated risk.

The depression epidemic is a formidable foe that plagues our society. While many may believe that medication is the only solution, research has uncovered a more powerful approach. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy⁠—or CBT⁠—is a form of therapy that has been proven to be the most effective in treating depression.

Though the term may sound a little intimidating, CBT is simply a form of talking therapy which helps individuals manage their problems by changing their thinking patterns and behavior. The National Health Service (NHS) describes it as follows:

“Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave.”

It might be quite difficult to believe that the most effective treatment for depression lies not in medication but rather in the power of conversation and practical solutions. But it is true nevertheless. CBT is a powerful tool in the fight against depression.

Starling Minds, an organization specializing in providing mental health support, mentions the following:

Research shows that CBT is the most effective form of treatment for those coping with depression and anxiety. CBT alone is 50-75% effective for overcoming depression and anxiety after 5 – 15 modules. Medication alone is effective, however, science still does not understand the long-term effects on the brain and body. Medication and CBT combined are most effective in helping people overcome mental illness.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) highlights the great significance and importance of taking charge of one’s own thought process; and comprehending one’s emotions in the healing journey from depression. However, conventional psychology falls short in this regard since it does not acknowledge the fact that our flow of thinking is not solely influenced by materialistic processes but also by Shaytan, the accursed, who imprints negative ideas and emotions within us.

Anas (may Allah be pleased  with him) said:

“While the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) was with one of his wives, a man passed by, and the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) called him and said, ‘So-and-so, this is my wife so-and-so.’ The man said, ‘Whoever I might suspect, I would not suspect you!’ The Prophet said, ‘Shaytan flows in the son of Adam like blood flows.’” (Al-Adab al-Mufrad)

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To gain a deeper understanding of this concept, let’s delve into Islam’s recommendations for those who are struggling with depression. These may include:

  • Fulfilling one’s religious obligations, such as waking up early to pray five times a day and for men, attending the masjid and socializing with others.
  • Developing a consistent routine (wird) of performing good deeds, such as dhikr; abundant salawat; reciting the Qur’an; and contemplating upon the revelation and creation of Allah (taddabur).
  • Making supplications (du’a) that inspire visualization of desired outcomes; and fostering hope and optimism for the future. Positive thinking, a key component of du’a, is often a fundamental aspect of Cognitive therapies.
  • Recognizing the influence of Shaytan in one’s actions and thought process and distancing oneself from negative influences by seeking protection through du’as and the performance of good deeds. For example, asking Allah for protection whenever negative thoughts arise and refraining from dwelling on these thoughts, which is similarly a key component of CBT.

The Islamic science of purification of the soul⁠—or tazkiyah⁠—offers a holistic and complete approach to healing depression. While Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is widely recognized as an effective treatment, the principles and practices that it encompasses have been present within the Islamic tradition for centuries.

Ait M’hammed Moloud, a French Muslim psychiatrist and author, highlights in his book, Psychological Diseases, that a significant proportion of the patients he treated had issues related to the Jinn. This further illustrates the limitations of modern psychology, which fails to fully grasp the intricacies of the soul and the unseen.

In contrast, tazkiyah and prophetic medicine offer a more comprehensive understanding of the soul and its connection to mental health.

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Islam as a Shield Against Depression: A Scientific & Spiritual Perspective

According to the research of Dr. Michael Yapko, there are five key risk factors that are commonly associated with depression:

  • internal orientation;
  • stress-generating decisions;
  • rumination about negative and past events;
  • global thinking; and
  • unrealistic expectations.

However, Islam offers a unique system of law and guidance that can effectively counter these risk factors and protect believers from falling into depression.

Dr. Yapko defines internal orientation as the tendency to rely solely on one’s own feelings and perspectives when making decisions, which can lead to exaggerating reality and difficulty in understanding what is truly real. To combat this, he recommends the practice of cognitive flexibility, which involves training oneself to consider multiple explanations for events.

For example, a person suffering from internal orientation may believe that the reason behind a friend not responding to their message is a personal slight, leading to negative thoughts and even suicidal ideation. With cognitive flexibility, they would recognize that there could be other explanations for the situation and avoid jumping to negative conclusions.

Dr. Yapko also sheds light on the detrimental impact of stress-inducing choices on mental health. Those struggling with depression tend to lead a difficult and unwell lifestyle as a result of impulsive decisions driven by emotions rather than logic. This is closely tied to the issue of internal orientation, as individuals are inclined towards making choices that create and aggravate stress rather than alleviate it. This is usually due to lack of rational thinking.

Islam is an invaluable guide for believers in navigating the complexities of life. It provides a framework for making sound judgments and developing cognitive flexibility. The teachings of Allah, as outlined in the Qur’an, encourage followers to base their decisions on principles rather than emotions; and to approach challenges with hope and optimism and a good opinion of Allah.

One of the key aspects of Islam is the emphasis on submitting to the guidance and laws of Allah, even if doing so may be difficult.

This is exemplified in the following verse:

For never have We sent any messenger but to be obeyed [by the people], with the permission of Allah. Thus, if after wronging themselves they had come to you, [O Muhammad,] and sought the forgiveness of Allah — and had the Messenger, as well, sought forgiveness for them — they most surely would have found Allah all-relenting, mercy-giving. But no! By your Lord, they will not [truly] believe until they make you the judge of whatever [disputes] break out among them, finding, then, no [sense of] constraint within themselves, as to [complying with] what you have decided — submitting [to it willingly] with a pure submission. (Qur’an, 4:64-5)

Islam also encourages the avoidance of negative assumptions, suspicion and mistrust. This is outlined in the following verse:

O you who believe! Shun much suspicion. For, indeed, certain kinds of suspicion are sinful. Nor shall you spy [on each other]. Nor shall you backbite one another. Would any of you like to eat his dead brother’s flesh? You would, most surely, abhor it. So fear Allah. Indeed, Allah is all-relenting, mercy-giving. (Qur’an, 49:12)

This promotes a healthy mindset, one free from the negative thoughts and emotions that can lead to depression. Both of these important Islamic principles greatly help towards preventing the first two key factors highlighted by Dr. Yapko, but, as we will see, there is more to it than just this.

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Islam, through belief in Qadr (divine fore-ordainment), offers a powerful solution to the third factor which Dr. Yapko’s research identifies as a risk factor for depression, i.e., the tendency of ruminating over past and future events.

A true believer does not worry about the future and does not waste time wallowing in remorse over past decisions or events. They understand that everything is predetermined and that overthinking things will change neither the past nor the future. Through their belief in Qadr, believers learn the concept of tawakkul (trust and reliance in Allah), where they trust in the goodness of Allah, even in circumstances that may appear difficult.

The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said:

“The ways of a believer are strange, for there is good in every affair of his. This is not the case with anyone else except in the case of a believer. If he has an occasion to feel delight, he thanks (Allah), thus there is good for him in it. And if he gets into trouble and shows resignation and endures it patiently, there is good for him in it.” (Sahih Muslim, 2999)

To rid oneself of the cycle of rumination, Dr. Yapko offers a solution: to transform it into meaningful and productive action. This concept, once again, echoes the teachings of Islam, where believers are encouraged to make a decision through the prayer of consultation (salat al-istikharah) and place their faith in Allah.

And so, [O Muhammad,] it was by the sheer mercy of Allah that you were lenient with them [after their disobedience at Uhud]. For had you been harsh and hard-hearted, then they would have disbanded from around you. So pardon them. And seek forgiveness for them. And take counsel with them concerning the [community’s] affairs. Thereafter, if you become resolved [on a matter, O Muhammad], then rely upon Allah [alone]. Indeed, Allah loves those who rely [only on Him]. (Qur’an, 3:159)

Islam not only promotes decisive action but also encourages the pursuit of healthy habits to avoid the pitfalls of procrastination and aimlessness. In contrast, those who do not follow this principle may resort to escapism and seek refuge in dangerous coping mechanisms such as addiction, which only exacerbates their depression.

Does Islam also help in preventing unrealistic expectations, the last factor highlighted by Dr. Yapko?

Let us pause and consider the source of unrealistic expectations. People entertain unrealistic expectations because they place their trust in things and people other than Allah. Conversely, those who entrust their hopes to Allah and defer themselves to Allah’s will are immune to disappointment. They understand that Allah’s superior knowledge and wisdom make Him the ultimate decision-maker.

When we depend on worldly things for our expectations, we run the risk of either being let down or overvaluing these things. But with Allah as our anchor in this life, such misgivings are nonexistent. For Allah is infallible, incapable of failure and all-powerful.

A devout Muslim who embraces and practices the teachings of Islam has everything they need in order to effectively combat and overcome sadness and depression. Though some Muslims may suffer from a loss of faith and depression, this is not as a result of Islam but rather due to its absence in their lives.

Suicide, driven by depression, has claimed countless lives. It’s too late to change that, but, perhaps, if we follow the guidance and teachings of Allah through His book and His prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), we could save countless other souls. It’s time for the modern world to awaken and seek redemption. Instead of relying on costly academic research, which is usually hit-or-miss, let’s turn to the timeless and perfect wisdom of Islam.

The triumph of Islam over the ages serves as a testament to its effectiveness and veracity. For over a millennium, the Muslim world flourished without the burden of today’s modern-day problems.

Let this be a reminder that Islam holds the keys to overcoming all of your troubles, where science has ultimately failed.

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The Seerah & Plagues

In a world where the life of Rasulullah ﷺ is sold cheaply, in an environment where Seerah is the name given to programs but devoid of all realities of the Seerah. Everything against the teachings of Rasulullah ﷺ.

Closure of the holy places where illumination descends in abundance and when it was opened, gaps which Rasulullah ﷺ warned of, was the order of the day. How then can we expect the desired results?

This drops in the heart an important question, how did the Ulama of the past prevent plagues from entering their areas? At this juncture you have to highlight the fact that they put more trust in the Seerah of Rasulullah ﷺ. Inviting Shaytaan was a no area zone and refuge was sought from the bloating nafs to indulge in something that is noble of this sort.

The answer to the question, is given in Moulana Ashraf Ali Thaanwi Rahmatullahi Alaihi’s Seerah book, “Nashrut-Teeb”.

“As a matter of fact, from the commencement of this treatise up till now, Rabee’uth Thaani 1329 Hijri, through the Fazl of Allah Ta’ala this town has been protected from every calamity in spite of this treatise being unpublished as yet. Moreover, there was a severe and lengthy outbreak of plague in all cities, towns and villages this year starting in most places after Ramadhaan. Now into its seventh month the pandemic has not yet cleared up, but by the Fazl of Allah Ta’ala here [in Thanabawan, the residence of the compiler Hazrat Moulana Ashraf Ali, Rahmatullahi alaih] there was no effect whatsoever.

From the onset I was certain that there would be no plague here. Now after observation I disclose that my notion of it (this treatise] having this barkat proved to be correct. I, therefore, trust as well that should this treatise be published then wherever it (i.e. its recitation] becomes a practice in the Sunnat Way, Insha Allah, there complete calm and peace will prevail. More than this it rests upon the individual’s faith. In a Hadeeth-e-Qudsi it is stated:

“I am according to what My bandah thinks of Me.”

This is how they would seek to solve problems!

The Seerah & Plagues




Some people are asking if it is permissible for men to not attend the masjid for Jamā‘ah or Jumu‘ah on account of fear of being infected by the coronavirus or transmitting it to someone else.

“Sickness” is a valid excuse to not attend Jamā‘ah/Jumu‘ah. Sickness in this context refers only to such sicknesses that make it intensely difficult to attend the masjid. Hence, ‘Allāmah Ẓafar Aḥmad al-‘Uthmānī explains the sickness that excuses one from attending Jamā‘ah as follows:

والمراد بالمرض ما يتعذر به الحضور إلى الجماعة

“What is meant by sickness is that which makes it intensely difficult to attend the Jamā‘ah.” (I‘lā’ Sunan, Idārat al-Qur’ān, 4:204)

Similarly, ‘Allāmah Ibn ‘Ābidīn describes sickness as falling under such excuses that make it near-impossible to attend, as opposed to excuses that do not. (Radd al-Mutār, Dār al-Thaqāfah, 3:511)

Likewise, an old man who finds it difficult to walk and is thus not able to attend the Jamā‘ah without intense difficulty is excused from attending Jamā‘ah and Jumu‘ah. (āshiyat al-aḥṭāwī ‘alā Marāqī al-Falā, Dār al-Kutub al-‘Ilmiyyah, p298; Radd al-Mutār, 3:514; albat al-Mujallī, 2:513-4)

If someone has a minor cough or minor fever, or has no symptoms at all but is merely concerned he may be infected by, or transmit a virus to, someone else, this is not a valid excuse for missing Jamā‘ah/Jumu‘ah. (Radd al-Muḥtār, 9:587) Yes, if the circumstances are such that the people at the masjid will very likely be offended and take issue with one coughing/showing signs of being infected by a virus, then it will be permissible to not attend. (Radd al-Mutār, 4:216-7)

The reality is it is always possible to be infected by or transmit an illness when in close proximity with others, hence the argument that this would open the door to fatalities is merely an emotional argument as this is always a possibility.If the chances are increased somewhat, this does not change the ruling of Sharī‘ah. Yes, one can take more precautions within permissible means, but it is not a valid reason to dispense with something that is a known obligation.

Even if contracting the virus was valid grounds to not attend Jamā‘ah or Jumu‘ah, it would only be when one is almost certain or very sure that this would happen, and almost certain or very sure that contracting it will be debilitating or fatal, and not just a minor illness. (Radd al-Muḥtār, 9:588) In this case, the probability that an individual will contract the virus by attending the masjid is low and, even if contracted, the probability that it will be debilitating or fatal is also low (less than 50%). [1]

The author of al-Hidāyah says:

لا يجوز تأخير الواجب لأمر موهوم

“It is not permissible to postpone an obligation for something speculative.” (al-Hidāyah, Idārat al-Qur’ān, 4:331)

‘Allāmah Ibn Nujaym explains, with reference to the rulings of Fiqh, that the feeling or judgement that is given consideration in Sharī‘ah is a dominant judgement or feeling (ghalabat al-ann), not merely any judgement (ann), let alone a mere speculation (wahm). (‘Umdat Dhawi ‘l-Baā’ir, al-Irshād, 1:199-200)

The solution to the current situation is not less dīn but more. It is a very telling sign of our failings as an ummah that people are fleeing from the masjids, the most beloved of places to Allāh, but rushing to the markets, the most detested of places to Allāh. The Prophet (ṣallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) foretold that our downfall as an ummah will be on account of “love for [worldly] life and hatred of death.” (Musnad Amad, Mu’assasat al-Risālah, 37:82)

A Muslim should have full and complete conviction that no illness or calamity will befall him if Allāh does not wish it. And by turning to Him and gaining closeness to Him, Allāh will avert calamities and trials and, even if Allāh decrees that he suffers a trial, Allāh will make it a cause of blessing and mercy, and make it bearable and even pleasurable.

Allāh says: “Whoever adopts taqwā of Allāh, He will make a way out for him.” (Qur’ān, 65:2) It is reported that the Prophet (ṣallallāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) said: “Be mindful of [the commands of] Allāh, Allāh will be mindful of you. Be mindful of [the commands of] Allāh, you will find Him before you. When you ask, ask Allāh, and when you seek help, seek help of Allāh…Become acquainted with Allāh in ease, He will recognise you in difficulty. Realise that what missed you was never to befall you and what befell you was never to miss you. Realise that [divine] aid comes with patience and relief comes with distress and that with hardship comes ease.” (al-Arba‘ūn al-Nawawiyyah, no. 19) It has thus been reported from ‘Alī (raḍiyAllāhu ‘anhu) that: “A slave should have hope in nothing but his Master and fear nothing but his sins.” (Muannaf Ibn Abī Shaybah, Dār al-Qiblah, 19:157)

This is not a time for panic, but a time for introspection and rebuilding our broken connection with Allāh and preparing for the ākhirah, by making tawbah & turning away from all sin, observing taqwā & increasing our efforts in obedience to Allāh, giving in ṣadaqah, observing ṣabr, being punctual on obligatory and optional ṣalāh and increasing in tilāwah, dhikr and optional worship. May Allāh give us the correct understanding and enable us to follow the correct path and protect us from incorrect understandings and enable us to stay away from incorrect paths, āmīn.[1] It should also be noted, there is no certainty that holding congregations will cause the virus to spread. Such things are entirely in the hands of Allāh. It may be because of maintaining congregational ṣalāh that Allāh halts or reduces the spread of the virus.


Some people have proposed that the fear of being infected by the coronavirus is comparable to the excuse of heavy rain, which the Fuqahā’ have listed amongst the excuses that permit one to not attend Jamā‘ah/Jumu‘ah.

Heavy rain is a real and obvious inconvenience for a person making their way to the masjid, and may even act as a barrier. (Radd al-Mutār, 3:514-5) Fear of being infected by the coronavirus is in no way comparable. It does not cause any real and obvious inconvenience (only an imagined and speculative one) and in no way functions as a barrier to making one’s way to the masjid.

Sexual Immorality and New Diseases: A Powerful Prophecy of Islam

Monkeypox is a viral disease described as a milder form of smallpox.

Besides fever and headaches, some visible symptoms include skin rashes and lesions.

A disease that occurs primarily in central Africa now has outbreaks in the West, mainly in the UK. Cases have also been discovered in other parts of Europe, including Spain.

What’s more, it has been linked to the homosexual community and its sexual practices.

The Print reported:

London, May 17 (PTI) Gay and bisexual men are being urged to be alert to unusual rashes or lesions after four new cases of the monkeypox virus were confirmed by UK health authorities, taking the total number of infections in the country to seven since the first case emerged earlier this year.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said on Monday evening that all of the new cases, three in London and one in the north east of England, self-identify as gay, bisexual or other men who have sex with men (MSM).

So this monkeypox is basically a homophobic disease.

But is there any link between homosexuality and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)?

And more generally, is there any link between sexual immorality (such as widespread fornication and adultery) and STDs?

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Sexual Immorality and STDs: A Prophecy

The link between sexuality immorality and STDs is in fact a prophecy.

Indeed, the Prophet ﷺ said, as reported in an authentic narration in Sunan Ibn Majah 4019:

It was narrated that ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar said:

“The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) turned to us and said: ‘O Muhajirun, there are five things with which you will be tested, and I seek refuge with Allah lest you live to see them: Immorality never appears among a people to such an extent that they commit it openly, but plagues and diseases that were never known among the predecessors will spread among them […]

Keep in mind that pretty much all civilizations have taken a stand against sexual immorality.

British anthropologist J.D. Unwin demonstrates in his 1934-study Sex and Culture, how a strong stance against sexual immorality is actually what makes a society. He does this by looking at dozens of “uncivilized” societies and dozens of “advanced” civilizations over many millennia.

So, being against sexual immorality seems to be something “universal.”

What makes the above ḥadīth unique though, is that the Prophet ﷺ makes a connection between sexual immorality and diseases.

Most STDs only appeared during the modern age.

Take chlamydia for instance, considered the most widespread STD – its symptoms including genital pain and discharge from the reproductive organ. In an academic article, we read:

Since the late 1990s chlamydia has been the most commonly reported sexually transmitted infection (STI) in Europe and the United States.
Public health concern about the disease also derived from its seeming novelty and to uncertainties over its pathology. Chlamydia first became recognized as a specific STI in the 1970s, but it took until 1988 for it to become notifiable.

So it’s literally a “new” disease which was “identified” only decades ago.

Then there’s the human papillomavirus (HPV), which potentially causes cervical cancer. Italian surgeon Domenico Rigoni-Stern had linked cancer with sexual immorality as early as 1842 in a treatise he’d authored. However it’s only in 1985, with advanced research in genetics, that German virologist Harald zur Hausen would make this definitive connection. He was subsequently rewarded with the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2008.

Gonorrhea is a disease that was found in ancient cultures, but it wasn’t something very widespread back then. Apart from gonorrhea though, all other STDs – such as trichomoniasis; genital herpes; and of course HIV/AIDS – had their first confirmed cases during the modern period. This is when sexual immorality became widespread.

Syphylis, another STD, is even considered “modernity’s disease” par excellence, having been contracted by individuals such as influential French poet Baudelaire and US gangster Al Capone. Baudelaire was known to frequent prostitutes, and Al Capone actually died from it. There are also many “suspected” cases, which include the likes of Hitler, Lenin, Dostoevsky and Nietzsche – which according to some, explains the philosopher’s dementia during his final years.

While some people had criticized sexual immorality, only the Prophet ﷺ made such a strong link between widespread sexual immorality and diseases, and specifically – new diseases.

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To give you a better idea of how widespread STDs are, LiveScience posted an article in 2014 to quantify the extent of STDs in the United States alone, and how much it was costing them. These were the numbers:

Certainly the “rational” West, which grants such great importance to the materialistic and economic side of life (due to capitalism), should enact legislation to prevent STDs? And not for religious reasons, but simply due to the financial costs they ensue.

Unless the West is hypocritical – which is impossible, right?

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Homosexuality And HIV/AIDS

Malik Badri (1932-2021) was a personal friend to Malcolm X. Some speculate that he may even be the reason Malcolm X chose to adopt the name Malik el-Shabazz after converting to Islam.

Badri was a Sudanese psychologist and is considered to be the father of modern Islamic psychology. He had an illustrious career teaching this subject in his native country Sudan, as well as Saudi Arabia and Malaysia. He eventually passed away in Kuala Lumpur.

Of his many popular books, one of the most famous is The AIDS Crisis: A Natural Product of Modernity’s Sexual Revolution, first published in 1997.

Our opening statement linked monkeypox with homosexuality. And the STD most associated with homosexuality, not only in academia but also as the overwhelming general perception, is of course HIV/AIDS. Many homosexual celebrity figures died from the disease, such as French philosopher Michel Foucault and British-Indian pop-singer Freddie Mercury.

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Badri places this into a wider context – that of the sexual revolution; linked but not limited to homosexuality.

He writes on p. 25:

Simply stated, the AIDS plague is mainly a sexually transmitted pandemic. It is spread through the most intimate of human contacts, namely sexual intercourse, and thus it is the greatest threat to modernity’s dearest progeny: the sexual revolution. If one seriously contemplates the characteristics and modes of transmission of AIDS, one would be astonished by the clear fact that it is a syndrome specifically designed to curb this licentious revolution. It is becoming more and more obvious as the years drag on without a therapeutic breakthrough that the exploding pandemic cannot be halted without putting the brakes on this sexual abandon. Unlike other microbes, the AIDS virus, with its ‘specialised mission,’ does not infect by the usual ‘sinless’ contacts of most other germs. It is not transmitted by casual sharing of household utensils or bed sheets, by coughing or sneezing, by swimming pools or public transport or even by insect and mosquito bites, toilet seats, hugging or ‘dry kissing’ an AIDS victim. The retributive virus can only attack in the darkness of penetrative sex or the actual introduction of infected body fluids, such as contaminated blood in the case of intravenous drug addicts.

He then deconstructs the psychological and biological justifications for sexual immorality – notably the role played by psychologists such as Freud; and Albert Ellis, who wrote a book about Sex Without Guilt.

For Badri this approach to sexual ethics is rooted within liberalism and secularism.

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Badri then proceeds to analyze the homosexual revolution within the sexual revolution.

He highlights the role played by the liberal élite, both in academia and the media, of popularizing sodomy.

He writes on pp. 77-78:

Modernity’s media has thus opened the door widely to the gay revolution with its innovative practices. It is true that its influence in changing the attitudes of people towards homosexuality cannot be overemphasised but the support of the academic literature to the gay revolution and its anal sexuality can be more damaging. Its ‘scientific’ flavour and the halo effect of its renowned authors are very convincing to the laity as well as the intelligentsia.

Since the AIDS dilemma was first discovered among male homosexuals, and since there are a number of theories linking the mutation of the HIV itself to anal intercourse, it may be of relevance to our study to reveal the enticement of the Western scholarly references and university textbooks to anal sex. However, in writing this material, the author finds himself compelled to expose obscene practices which may be offensive to some sensitive readers. I deeply apologise. I cannot show the relationship between this important aspect of the Western sexual revolution and the development of AIDS without this ugly exposition.

If one reads the professional literature of the American and European sexual revolution in the early eighties, just before the AIDS scare, he or she will be convinced that persuading people to practice anal sex with men or women was one of the major concerns of modernity’s ‘sex education.’ Professional university textbooks of the early eighties use all sorts of philosophical, psychological and sheer seductive approaches to lure the young and old to practice sodomy.

We can’t really go through his entire book within this article, but I would definitely recommend it warmly to MuslimSkeptic readers. It should aid in helping us adopt a more encompassing approach towards the sexual revolution and also “homosexualism” as an ideology.

For me personally, all of this just cements our belief in the truthfulness of the Prophet ﷺ.

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It’s Official: Your Government Used You as a Guinea Pig for the Vaccine

I wonder, is it now okay to be a conspiracy theorist?

On October 10, 2022, Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, Janine Small, made a momentous admission before the European parliament.

HITC reports:

Janine Small was asked directly at the European Union Parliament whether Pfizer knew if its vaccine fully prevented transmission of covid-19 before it was rolled out globally.

Netherlands MEP Rob Roos asked during the board hearing: “Was the Pfizer covid vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market?

“If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee? I really want a straight answer, yes or no, and I’m looking forward to it.”

The senior Pfizer executive responded that they had not known.

She said: “Regarding the question around, um, did we know about stopping the immunisation before it entered the market? No.

“We had to really move at the speed of science to really understand what is taking place in the market, and from that point of view we had to do everything at risk. I think Dr Bourla, even though he’s not here, would turn around and say to you himself, ‘If not us then who?’”

This is an extremely significant and concerning admission. It directly calls into question the accountability of many government officials, as well as the media and all the news “fact-checkers” that publicly criticized the anti-vax movement.

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In this moment in time, everyone is simply too distracted by the Ukraine conflict and whether or not it will end up developing into a massive nuclear war. They’re so completely focused on this one new thing that they are no longer able to even think about Covid. Unfortunately for the pro-vax coalition however, despite people having a short attention span and a tendency to forget things quickly, the internet still keeps a relatively good record of almost everything.

Have we so easily forgotten that, for a year and a half, governments were forcing the Covid vaccine onto the population? And that it was on the very basis of the vaccine supposedly protecting people from transmitting the virus?

They did so while knowing fully well, in the beginning at least, that there was no scientific evidence to back up their claims. The vaccine campaign was nothing more than a major gamble. And what were the stakes? Only the health and well-being of the entire population!

The pro-vax narrative placed the focus entirely on transmission in order to try and reconcile liberalism and the restriction of individual liberties. How do you justify the imposition of a vaccine pass for the most insignificant aspects of everyday life when the West has been waging war against tyranny and totalitarianism for years?

According to the liberal mind, your individual liberty ends where the individual liberty of others is infringed upon. This translates simply as: you are free to go outside as long as you do not infringe upon the right of other people to be safe.

For this to be applicable, it needed to appear as though the vax prevents transmission. Otherwise, under liberal reasoning, it could not be used as an excuse for it to be mandated and imposed upon the people. All governments and media outlets joined hands in declaring that we must all get the shot in order to protect others. If you are civil, you have to get the vax. There is no question about it.

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Now they’re in a bit of an awkward situation since they need to try and convince everyone that they had not made any definitive claims regarding transmission. And this is despite the fact that there is clear and undeniable evidence to the contrary.

Recently they’ve been desperately seeking to execute complete damage control, only making themselves look utterly idiotic in the process. And the awkwardness and hypocrisy of it all was so transparent that even some journalists started publicly denouncing it.

Translation of CheckNews answer: What contempt for the work of your colleagues! Things that are not simplistic and definitive are declared as “Squirming.” Disgusting.

This new revelation once again succinctly demonstrates the absolute hypocrisy of the reigning forces within society.

Is it necessary for us to now debunk their desperate line of defense, one which argues that later studies had proven that the vaccine prevented the transmission of Covid; that there was no evidence at the time of the distribution suggesting that the vaccine did not stop the transmission; and that the risk of inoculating it onto the population was therefore justified due to the existence of a mere possibility that it may work?

That’s some seriously twisted logic, and only an incredibly biased person would be convinced by it.

Here’s the last question I have regarding these shenanigans:

If conspiracy theorists are correct—in their allegation of the vaccine being dangerous and having been forced upon the population as part of an evil agenda—why then did the various heads of state and ministers of most governments publicly take the jab?

Well, this question can be answered based on a recent interview with Jean Lasalle, a former deputy and candidate for the French presidential election.

He said:

The side effect nearly killed me.


I was not aware that Macron, most members of the government, and a large number of my deputies’ colleagues were all not vaccinated.

Jean Lasalle is well-known for his straightforwardness and honesty. We have no reason to assume that he is lying to us. This also explains an old controversy, when details of Emmanuel Macron’s health pass were leaked, and people realized that the date shown on the pass did not correspond with the date for when he had publicly announced his jab:

The head of state announced that he had been vaccinated on May 31. However, according to data from Medicare consulted by Mediapart, he would have been vaccinated on July 13, the day after his presidential address on the health pass.

Ultimately of course, we will likely never know the truth. These professional con artists will always claim that this is all just a big lie against them. If you dare to believe Jean Lasalle with regard to his accusation, they will label you as a rotten conspiracy theorist. So I guess this would apply not only to Lasalle but also to myself and everyone else that had warned about the vax not having been tested prior to its dissemination.

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Is the fatwa below correct because one of my friend’s mother needs a lung urgently. Please advise.

“Q. One of my Kidneys have failed and I require a Kidney transplant. My brother is willing to donate one of his Kidneys to me. Is it permissible for him to donate his Kidney to me and is it permissible for me to accept it?
A. It is permissible for a donor to donate his/her kidney and for the donee to accept the kidney to save his/her life based on the following conditions:
The donor’s life is not endangered by donating the kidney
The donor donates the kidney from his/her free will without any pressure
The donee’s sickness can only be cured through kidney transplantation
There is a high probability for the donee’s sickness to be cured through kidney transplantation

Therefore, it would be permissible for your brother to donate his kidney to you and for you to accept it based on the above conditions. (Fataawa Darul Uloom Zakariyya 6/723/ 725)”
Allah Ta’ala Knows Best. Mufti Ismaeel Bassa
(End of the CORRUPT fatwa)

The fatwa is absolutely corrupt and baatil. The use of human organs is absolutely HARAAM. Thus, ‘donation’ of one’s kidney or any part of the body is HARAAM. There is absolutely no Shar’i daleel for this permissibility disgorged by the Mufti who has grievously erred.
Maut comes at it’s appointed time. Nothing can advance Maut nor delay it. It arrives at its prescribed moment. Haraam medical treatment may not be resorted to for ‘saving life’. The idea of ‘saving life’ is a stupidity of the atheists. It is shockingly lamentable for muftis to entertain this idea of the atheists. Never can life be saved with haraam medical treatment nor with halaal medicine. However, the Shariah permits the utilization of halaal medicine just as it permits the utilization of halaal methods for earning one’s Rizq which like Maut is prescribed and fixed. Nothing will increase or decrease Rizq. It has been decreed and constitute an article of Taqdeer.
Here in this dunya we are obliged to adopt only what is HALAAL, and not conduct ourselves like the kuffaar who deny the Existence of the Creator. Organ donation and organ transplantation are HARAAM.

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