THE FALLACY OF ‘WOMEN’S FACILITIES’

ZINA AT THE MUSAAJID – THE FALLACY OF ‘WOMEN’S FACILITIES’

Consequent to our exposure of the zina at the Musjid in Musgrave, a Sister from the U.K. sent the following comment:

Assalamu Alaikum

Regarding the relationship between the man and woman via the opening of masjid for women http://www.themajlis.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2890:avenues-of-zina-by-molvis-&catid=34:majlis-articles&Itemid=27

In Ramadhan the imam/leader of East London Mosque had to make an announcement regarding women wearing proper clothing otherwise don’t bother coming to the masjid.

Of course, they shouldn’t be going anyway but East London Mosque has had women’s space for years and years.

There was an uproar by the youth on Twitter by youth who got upset by the imam telling them what to do. However these are the things that were being promoted on the horrible social media platform ‘Tiktok’ in the Holy month of Ramadhan.

https://mobile.twitter.com/saq_a13/status/1515050342119055362

“Let’s go East London Mosque for taraweeh, they have the baddest hijabis”

“You’re from Manchester and your FYP is making you want to go to East London Mosque to see all the baddest hijabis ” (I’m not sure what FYP stands for)

The imam, Shaykh Abdul Qayum made an announcement:

“Reminder for aadaab of coming to the Masjid.

First to the brothers, please do not go near to the sisters entrance when you are collecting your wife or your sister or your mother. Stay away from the women’s entrance.

Nowadays everyone has phone communication. Al haya-u shu’batuminal imaan. (Shyness is a branch of imaan). How can we be standing in front of the women/sisters who are coming and going? Stay away from the sisters’ entrance.

Number 2 for the sisters. We are talking about coming to the masjid by sisters. There are some aadaab we need to maintain. Many sisters are compromising their hijab, their dress. Young sisters are coming without proper hijaab according to the Shari’ah. It is a big sin. You are coming to pray to get reward, but you’re committing sin again. So if you are not covering yourself properly according to the Shari’ah, don’t come to pray at the Masjid.”

https://mobile.twitter.com/5Pillarsuk/status/1514545568760143876

East London Mosque is a place where once you would see Somalian sisters covered in large, loose abayas and niqab in the masjid. However over time it has changed and now the youth are dressing largely inappropriately. This and the messages by young men on Tiktok was brought to the attention of the Imam of the masjid.

Alhamdulillah for Mujlisul Ulama who do noes divert from the Haq.” Wassalam

(End of the Sister’s comments)

This deplorable state of zina in the making – the disgusting state of the Musaajid having become platforms for zina and of the fallacy of women’s separate facilities, etc., are directly attributable to the cynical attitudes and schemes of molvis who are worst than khanaazeer. Molvis were the very first in the diabolical plot to abrogate the Ijma’ of the Sahaabah – the Ijma’ on the ban and prohibition of females attending the Musjid. Now in almost all countries where the Musaajid have been opened to women, lewd women, women with prostitutional and immoral tendencies flock to the Musaajid to execute the vile and obscene schemes of shaitaan. Allah Ta’ala has labelled such women with the epithet Habaailush Shaitaan (The Snares of the Devil).

It is absolutely disgusting that the Musaajid have become platforms for scheming zina relationships. Ulama who lure women from their homes to listen to their bayaans should take note and understand their vile role in this satanic saga of zina which they have created, promote and condone.

9 Shawwaal 1443 – 11 May 2022

Wearing Puma brand

Custodians of the Haq
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Question & Answer Department
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Q & A Series: No. 6
Wearing PUMA Brand
Question: Perhaps you aware of the famous branded clothing called
PUMA. I am quite reserved regarding wearing this branded clothing.
I try my best to stay away from wearing any branded clothing. The
PUMA logo clearly depicts a puma animal jumping in mid-air. Is this
animal that appears on the PUMA brand considered as an animate
object or not? Can this type of a logo be worn or not?
Answer: Various internet searches confirms the animal used in the
PUMA brand to be a ‘cat’, a ‘jumping cat’ or/and a ‘leaping cat’.
A cat is an animate object. Hence, the Fatwa of the most senior
Ulama-e-Haq of our country as well as the Akaabireen of the past,
brand ALL animate picture-making as HARAAM. Therefore,
wearing this cat in the form of a clothing item will be impermissible.
Don’t be beguiled by the foolish arguments of TV-Molvis – many of
whom made their true colours visible since the covid PLANdemic –
of making digital pictures, TV (Dajjal’s office), etc. as ‘Halaal’ due
to technicalities of the methodology of modern-day picture-making.
When placing a digital picture next to a hand drawn picture, which
of the two appears more realistic. Obviously the digital picture!
Regarding ALL animate pictures, Nabi (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam)
warned of the severest Azaab for people indulging in this major sin
in a Hadith which appears in various Hadith Kitaabs.
“The severest Punishment on the Day of Qiyaamah
will be meted out to the picture-makers.”

VALIDITY OF SALAAT

Question
I understand that during salaat, for men – the entire region from above the navel to below the knees, should not only be covered, but its shape should also be concealed, i.e., the clothing should not be skin-tight. Without this, the salaat is not valid. However, there are two issues I am worried about:
(a) The lower garment – I understand that the trousers should be loose and not tight-fitting or hugging closely the thighs and knees. But how loose is good enough? Is it considered sufficiently loose if there is enough free space in each leg of the trousers to fit an arm alongside the leg? This understanding of looseness becomes important when taken together with the below problem about the upper garment. I wish to understand if the validity of the salaat is affected by the situation.
(b) The upper garment – the kurta which covers till below the knee during standing position in salaat, rises up when in the ruku’ position. Although it still covers completely the posterior and most of the thighs, the problem is that the kurta rises up to about a few inches above the knee. During sajda, there is no problem as the back panel (daaman) of the kurta reaches the upper end of the ankles, and the thighs are folded inwards. However, during jalsah, again the kurta slightly rises – partially exposing the knees.
Answer
In fact, during Salaat and at all times when in public, the body should be covered appropriately from neck to above the ankles. This applies not only to Salaat. The notion that covering the aurah is sufficient, is baatil. While the validity of Salaat is reliant on covering the Satr/Aurah, it is sinful to perform Salaat with only the Satr covered if one has garments to cover the entire body.
If the trousers is so tight, e.g. jeans, which reveals the shape of the satr area, then it is as if he is naked. His Salaat is therefore not valid with such lewd kuffaar garb. The looseness should be such that the shape of the satr area is not at all visible.
A kurtah which rises a few inches above the knees during Ruku’ is not a proper kurtah. The kurtah should be midway between the knees and the ankles, then it will not rise above the knees during ruku’.
Furthermore, for practical purposes, ‘validity’ of Salaat should be understood in the context of Acceptance (Maqbooliyat) by Allah Ta’ala, not in the technical context appearing in the Kutub of Fiqh. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said that Salaat performed haphazardly is struck into the face of the musalli as if it is an old dirty scrap cloth. This is regardless of the Fiqhi validity of the Salaat.
Therefore, Salaat performed with jeans, T-shirts, tight pants, even loose pants without a kurtah covering the satr area, garb with logos of any kind whatsoever, with elbows exposed, with western garb, and with pants below the ankles is NOT VALID. Such Salaat MUST be repeated with proper attire.

FROM THE MAJLIS VOLUME 26 NUMBER 02

A MADRASAH APA’S LAMENT

A MADRASAH APA’S LAMENT
“I have seen in The Majlis your criticism of girls madrasahs. I have recently started at girls madressa and have experienced many ups and downs.
I hated the fact that there was no spirituality at my madressa, everyone spoke about birthdays. Proper Islamic dress code was not enforced, not even by the seniors. The male teachers would talk directly to the females even though from behind a screen. The conversation was not about work. During Ramadhaan there was no time allocated for ibaadat or so on. It really bothered me. I felt as though the little spirituality that I had worked so hard on was dying. Then I also had a friend who had disturbed my peace. As much as we were friends we were just not good for each other. We would engage in idle talk, despite both our efforts to be better Muslims. I then decided to rather leave madressa so that I could attend to my house and my husband and my family. I had hoped that I could continue learning at home, but it was very difficult. I left madressa for about 2 months and after not learning much I started to feel bad, so I decided to return to madressa. It’s been one week since I’m back. I love learning but I still don’t feel content with being at the madressa. It feels like it takes up too much of my time that could be spent doing other things for my home and ultimately for my Aakhirah. Please advise.” (End of the Apa’s lament)
OUR ADVICE

Just get out of the madrasah and stay at home where Allah Ta’ala wants you to be. Life is short. Maut stalks us at every moment. Don’t waste your time at these worldly, deceptive girls madrasahs. Shaitaan has carved out these institutions to divert Muslims from the Deen and to ruin the Haya of Muslim women. The only place for a Muslim woman is her home. You will gain the status of shahaadat by remaining at home occupied in your domestic duties.

FROM THE MAJLIS VOLUME 26 NUMBER 01

WEARING JEANS UNDER A JUBBA

QUESTION: IS IT PERMISSIBLE TO WEAR JEANS UNDER A JUBBA?

ANSWER BY MAJLIS ULAMA OF SOUTH AFRICA

Jeans are not Islamically respectable. It does not behove a Muslim conscious of Allah Ta’ala, conscious of the Aakhirah, conscious of the Sunnah and who desires the development of taqwa to wear jeans which are garments of low repute and even aligned to hooliganism. It is therefore not permissible to perform salaat with jeans even if a jubba is worn. Although the salaat will be valid, it will be makrooh to wear such offensive garments.

WOMEN TAKING OFF BURQA OUTSIDE OF HER HOME

Question: regarding the last issue of the majlis there is a hadith regarding a woman not taking off her burqa in any place that is not the home of her husband.
what should we take from this hadith?
does it mean that when a woman goes out with her husband and the husband is with the men in one room and the ladies are in another room the wife should still sit in burqa?
does it mean that women that work in hospitals or schools where there is purdah, they still have to wear their burqas while teaching etc.?
what should we understand from the hadith?

Answer: The fact that Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) cursed the woman who removes her jilbaab in a place other than her home indicates the emphasis of maintaining hijaab. If a woman visits friends and relatives, there is the possibility of ghair mahram male relatives or her friend’s husband accidentally coming within view. This happens often in homes, especially small houses. The ghair mahram’s gaze is sure to fall on her gaudy or adorned dress which she wears under her jilbaab. The Fuqaha have explicitly ruled that it is not permissible for a man to look at any garment of a woman. Gaudy feminine garments also excite passion in man. For this reason it is Makrooh for a man to drink water from a glass if he is aware that a woman has drunk from it, and vice versa.
A man whose eyes accidentally fall on the beautiful dress of a woman even from behind, is sure to be passionately excited. Most men who lack Taqwa, instead of reciting Ta-awwuz and Wa La Houla, will begin fantasizing about the woman. As it is, his own wife is ‘stale’ for him. Even if he did not see the face of the woman, her dress is likely to influence his heart. It is therefore not permissible for a woman to be careless by removing her jilbaab when she visits other homes. She can remove her Niqaab, but she should not strut about in the homes of other people without her jilbaab. Rasulullah (sallallahu layhi wasallam) said: “A woman advances (comes forward) in the form of shaitaan, and retreats in the form of shaitaan.” In other words, whether a man sees a woman from the front or from behind, shaitaan is eveready to excite his nafsaani passion. Hence, as far as possible, a woman should not unnecessarily remove her outer-cloak when she is visiting relatives and friends.
In the first place, there is no hijaab in the hospitals and schools of today. It is not permissible for women to work in surroundings where they are unable to observe proper Shar’i hijaab. In a truly Islamic state, the authorities will make proper arrangements for correct observance of hijaab in such places where it is essential to have female staff, e.g. females-only hospitals. Furthermore, every law has exceptions. An exception cannot be cited to undermine the general law.

SALAAT NOT VALID

Once Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) saw a man performing Salaat with his izaar (lower garment) hanging below his ankles. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) instructed him to renew Wudhu and repeat the Salaat. When someone asked the reason for renewal of Wudhu, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said that the Salaat was not valid. Allah Ta’ala does not accept a Salaat if the trousers is below the ankles. This is the rule applicable to all haraam acts perpetrated during Salaat. Salaat performed with the clothing of the kuffaar, with jeans, T-shirt, with logos inscribed on the garments, with short sleeves exposing the elbows, with such tight-fitting pants which display the form of the buttocks, etc. is NOT VALID.
Salaat in such a reprehensible manner has to be incumbently repeated. The offensive clothes should be discarded. If deficiency of Imaan does not allow the criminal to completely abandon the haraam western/kuffaar dress style, then at least he should ensure that when performing Salaat he is dressed correctly so that at least his Salaat is not flung back into his face from the heavens like a filthy rag as is mentioned in the Hadith.

REPEAT YOUR SALAAT
Wearing the trousers on or below the ankles is haraam at all times. The sin is aggravated if this haraam style is adopted in Salaat. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) had ordered not only the repetition of the Salaat. He had ordered also renewal of Wudhu. The same command will apply to Salaat performed with the devil’s mask (i.e. the corona virus mask). In fact the stricture regarding this mask is more severe in view of the fact that it is accompanied by the kufr belief of disease being contagious, and also because it is in flagrant violation and rejection of Rasulullah’s prohibition of face covering during Salaat.


SALAAT WITH THE MOCK ‘BURQAH’
Question:
I usually wear a half burqah and pants when performing Namaaz. The burqah is just above the waistline. An Apa told me that my Namaaz is not valid with this burqah. She said that I should repeat my Namaaz. Is she correct? What happens with the Namaaz which I had performed in the past with such a burqah?
Answer:
The Apa is 100% correct. With the cloth which in terms of the Shariah is not a burqah, your Namaaz is not valid. For a Muslim female it is shameless for her legs to be exposed. Pants are not sufficient covering for the legs. You should make qadha of your past Namaaz.

JINNAH CAP THE SPECIAL DRESS OF THE FUSSAAQ

Question: Is it permissible to wear the Jinnah Cap, as some people say that young sheep are killed especially to make this cap?

Answer: It is not permissible to wear a Jinnah cap, and not because it is made from very young sheep, but because it is the special headdress of the fussaaq. A Jinnah cap is not an Islamic headdress. It is the headgear of the fussaaq politicians such as Mr. Jinnah. Even Molvis have adopted this item. Our senior ulama who were paragons of piety, detested the Jinnah cap. You should adhere to the simple cloth topi in which there is humility.