Why Isn’t Everyone In Bangladesh Dead?

Why Isn’t Everyone In Bangladesh Dead?

by Charles “Sam” Faddis November 22, 2021

Bangladesh just reported zero COVID deaths in the entire country in a 24-hour period. Charitably, one-quarter of the population is vaccinated. This poor, incredibly densely populated nation appears poised on the verge of achieving herd immunity – despite violating every principle the high priests of the pandemic assure us are necessary to beat COVID.

Why? How is this possible?

Bangladesh has a population of roughly 167 million people. These people are jammed together in an area the size of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has a population of roughly 13 million.

Bangladesh has a population density of over 3000 people per square mile. The population density of the United States is 94 people per square mile.

Keep in mind that the


Germany’s always angry Chancellor Angela Merkel is making noises about the same kinds of measures in her stalag. Germany and Austria and most of Europe have already embraced every tenet of the gospel of lockdowns, masking, and vaccination, and yet COVID in Europe is nowhere near defeated.

Some 79% of Germans are “fully” vaccinated. COVID numbers are soaring. And, so, of course, the prescription must be more of the same.

Meanwhile, all across Europe average people are rising up and demanding an end to the madness. They are marching. They are refusing to comply. They can see with their own eyes what the so-called experts either cannot or will not. All of the lockdowns and social distancing measures and vaccinations have failed.

The “pandemic” will end when sufficient numbers of the people in each nation have had the disease and acquired natural immunity. We cannot vaccinate our way out of this situation. We cannot end the disease by decree.

Bangladesh is perhaps the ultimate proof of the complete bankruptcy of every idea that has been trotted out by the bureaucrats and autocrats of the planet since this entire crisis began. It exposes the complete lack of any factual basis for the belief that we must continue to force vaccinations on the population and punish those who fail to comply.

Perhaps more than anything it highlights the real agendas at work here. People must get vaccinated, because they must be made to comply and because Big Pharma must have its profits. A solution to this manufactured crisis, which preserves personal freedom and rests on natural immunity achieves neither of those goals.

If anything we are being told by the “experts” were true, Dhaka would be a ghost town. It is not. It is moving ahead and out of the pandemic. We are not so lucky.



(Shoulder to shoulder – like a Solid steel wall) (Hadith)

What exactly is social distancing? This is a new phrase which
has come into existence in the wake of the bogus coronavirus
plotted by the enemies of humanity. When this term is
mentioned, a specific picture looms up in the mind. In this
picture which has been designed by the conspirators we see:
1) Flight from your parents, children and humanity for the fear
of contracting the disease.
2) Do not shake hands with any one, not even with your
3) Transform yourself into a clown by hideously sticking out
your elbow to touch another person’s elbow when greeting.
Elbow-to-elbow displaces the Masnoon Musaafahah and
Muaanaqah which are totally prohibited. Such vile Tashabbuh
bil Kuffaar is haraam.
4) Spacing 2.2 metres apart in the Salaat saff, if Musaajid are
allowed to be open under extremely stringent conditions.
Thus, the Musaajid become haunts for the shayaateen.
5) If Musaajid are permitted to operate, the elderly and the
sick must be debarred.
6) Perfectly healthy people may not travel more than two
persons in a vehicle. They may not sit on the same seat.
7) Dua should not be made with hands raised. More
‘dangerous’ is to draw the hands over the face at the end of
Dua as is the Masnoon method.
8) Visiting close relatives even parents at their homes is
9) Visiting a sick relative even if parents, in hospital is
prohibited. No contact whatsoever is allowed.
10) Closure of the Musaajid thus prohibiting Fardh Jamaat
Salaat, Jumuah Salaat, Taraaweeh and Eid Salaat.
11) The Masnoon Ramadhaan I’tikaaf is banned.
12) Closing shops thus depriving people from their
legitimate needs.
13) Lockdowning the entire country thus devastating the
14) Confine people to their homes. Not allowing them access
to even their yards.
15) Closure of all Darul Ulooms
16) Banning Hajj and Umrah
17) If one person is tested positive, an entire household or
institution must be placed in quarantine.
18) Snitch and spy on Muslims who perform Salaat in Jamaat.
Report them to the kuffaar police to be arrested.
19) Kafan and Ghusl for the mayyit are abolished. Even
Tayammum on the mayyit is prohibited.
20) In some places. e.g. Sri Lanka, Muslim bodies are by law
appropriated by the government’s devilish order and
cremated. Cremation is strongly advised by the Satanists who
have invented their Satanist concept of social distancing.
21) Violation of the draconian social distancing rules is a
crime leading to arrest, fines and imprisonment. Yet, even in
terms of the secular constitution these draconian measures are
unconstitutional and unlawful, hence many senior lawyers are
challenging the unconstitutionality of the oppressive laws.
This is the heinous satanic concept of social distancing. No
Muslim in his sane Imaani senses will ever accept that this
system of Iblees has the slightest support in the Ahaadith.



Q. In Bangladesh, the Qoumi Ulama-Keraam are the supporters of Shura-e-Nezaam of Tablig Jamaat. They have totally rejected the Sa’d group members who are described as the ‘ITA’ATI GROUP’ in Bangladesh.
One of my friends is a supporter of the Sa’d group. But his parents are with the Shura-eNezaam of the Tablig Jamaat. His parents are very much upset with him due to his being with the Sa’d group.
Considering both groups are the same, is it permissible for the son /daughter to be an active member / supporter of the Sa’d group, thus upsetting the parents? Will the son / daughter be guilty of disobeying the parents?
A. The better and correct option is not to be a supporter of any of the two Tablighi Jamaat factions. Both factions are astray and soiled with ghulu’ (haraam extremism). Nafsaaniyat has gripped them, and is directing both groups. They are prepared to kill each other.
In this corrupt haraam scenario the safety of one’s Imaan and Akhlaaq is to steer clear of both groups. Do not participate in their shenanigans. You may sit in the bayaans of any group without being a supporter of either group.
The son / daughter will be guilty of sin for disobeying the orders of parents who prohibit their child from being a supporter of either faction. In this case it is not an issue of Haqq versus Baatil. It is a case of nafs versus nafs, and both groups are astray.
When Jihaad is not Fardh-e-Ain, then for even this great and wonderful Ibaadat, the son may not embark on it without the consent of his parents.
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) himself had refused consent for participation in Jihaad out of consideration for parents. If any parent refuses permission, then it will be haraam to participate in a Jihaad which is not Fardh-eAin. Relative to Jihaad, the Tabligh Jamaat as it stands today, has absolutely no Shar’i status.
It is haraam to participate in its activities without parental consent.




A Brother from Bangladesh writes:


I have come across an article in Majlis Vol 25 No.02 where it is mentioned that Greeting a Faasiq is Haraam. But, in our country, some Ulama have ruled that for Tablighi purpose, Salaam may be given. If Salaam is given to bring a Faasiq close to Deen, then it will not be Makruh.

I had received a mail on 16th December 2015 from Darul Iftaa Mahmudiyya un which Mufti Ebrahim Desai also passed the verdict of permissibility (refer to the trailing mail).So What should we practice ?

The following is the fatwa of Darul Ifta Mahmudiyyah:

Initiate Salaam with a Faasiq?

1) Is it permissible to initiate salaam with a faasiq (like a clean shaven and/or izaar below ankles)?

2) Is it permissible to smile at them?

3) As fisq and fujoor is widespread, how should we uphold the Sunnah of Smiling in public?
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
As-salāmu ‘alaykumwa-rahmatullāhiwa-barakātuh.
You enquire how should one deal with a fasiq especially in this era where fisq is common and whether one can make Salaam to a fasiq and smile at them. Your question is relevant to our times.
A fasiq is he who commits a major sin and invokes the wrath and anger of Allah on him . This is a serious issue. If we show complacency to a fasiq and don’t care of the sin he commits, it is an expression of disregard to Allah. Such an attitude also makes one deserving of the wrath and anger of Allah. It is for this reason that praising and honouring a fasiq is prohibited.
Rasulullah صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ has said in a hadith,
عَنْ أَنَسِ بْنِ مَالِكٍ، قَالَ: قَالَ رَسُولُ اللهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ: ” إِنَّ اللهَ عَزَّ وَجَلَّ يَغْضَبُ إِذَا مُدِحَ الْفَاسِقُ فِي الْأَرْضِ

It is reported from Anas (Radiallahu Anhu) he says, that Rasulullah صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ said, verily Allah ‘Azza wajal is angered when a Fasiq is praised on earth.
It should also be noted that we have the responsibility to correct and reform people around us. Allah says,
كُنتُمْ خَيْرَ أُمَّةٍ أُخْرِجَتْ لِلنَّاسِ تَأْمُرُونَ بِالْمَعْرُوفِ وَتَنْهَوْنَ عَنِ الْمُنكَرِ وَتُؤْمِنُونَ بِاللَّهِ وَلَوْ آمَنَ أَهْلُ الْكِتَابِ لَكَانَ خَيْرًا لَّهُم مِّنْهُمُ الْمُؤْمِنُونَ وَأَكْثَرُهُمُ الْفَاسِقُونَ

You are the best nation produced [as an example] for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah. If only the People of the Scripture had believed, it would have been better for them. Among them are believers, but most of them are defiantly disobedient. (Surah Aali-Imran, V 110)
If we do not stop evil and wrong, evil and immorality will become widespread and eventually good people will also get caught up in the evil. However correcting and reforming people is a huge challenge. This can only be possible with the help of Allah.

Shariah does not permit us to simply know and stay away from wrong; it is also our responsibility to correct the wrong. The focus of Shariah is the end result, change and reformation. For that, one has to apply his mind carefully and analyse what is the best approach in achieving the change and reformation. This is referred to as Hikmah (wisdom). Allah says,
ادع إلى سبيل ربك بالحكمة والموعظة الحسنة وجادلهم بالتي هي أحسن إن ربك هو أعلم بمن ضل عن سبيله وهو أعلم بالمهتدين
Call unto the way of thy Lord with wisdom and fair exhortation, and reason with them in the better way. Lo! Thy Lord is Best Aware of him who strayeth from His way, and He is Best Aware of those who go aright. (Surah al-Nahl, verse 125)
Reverting to your query, on whether one should make salaam to a fasiq and smile at him; this depends on what attitude will be most effective on such a person. At times, adopting a harsh attitude may be effective in jolting the sinful person as is the case of a very close family relationship. At other times, it may be better to be loving and diplomatic to such a person as in the case of a distant relationship.
To illustrate the difference between the two, Zaid is the father of Amr. Amr is indulged in some inappropriate conduct. In this situation, if the father adopts a negative attitude to Amr and he knows Amr will be deeply affected with such attitude and jolt him to change, then such an attitude will be appropriate and regarded as Hikmah.
If Zaid and Zahid just know each other, they are not family or close relatives. Zahid is indulged in some inappropriate conduct. It is not appropriate for Zaid to adopt a negative attitude to Zahid and ignore him as that will suit Zahid fine. In this case, he would be left free to do as he wishes. It is more wise and suitable for Zaid to be in touch with Zahid to distract him from the sin and use the opportunity to advise him.
While we should not honour a fasiq and we should not be complacent to sin, we have a responsibility to change the situation around with wisdom.
If it will be more effective in not making salaam and smiling, adopt that attitude. If making salaam and smiling will be more effective, adopt that attitude with the intention for changing and reformation.
In brief, which attitude will be most effective depends on the persons insight an careful analysis of the situation. And Allah knows best,

Bilal Ishaq (Issak) Student DarulIftaa

Leicester, England, UK Checked and Approved by Mufti Ebrahim Desai.

(End of Mufti Ebrahim’s fatwa)


While the Ulama in Bangladesh and Mufti Ebrahim Desai in South Africa have ruled that it is permissible to offer Salaam to a faasiq, Allah and His Rasool ruled otherwise. The Fuqaha of Islam have also submitted to this ruling. They did not adopt the line of reasoning of the ulama who seek to override the Shariah with their opinion which they term ‘hikmat’. This type of corrupt ‘hikmat’ is baatil.

In our article we had even presented the ruling of Hadhrat Masihullah (Rahmatullah alayh) who is well-known for his tenderness and caution.

It is not permissible to make a haraam act halaal for the sake of tabligh. Wine, interest, gambling, zina, etc. are haraam. For the sake of tabligh to bring people close to the Deen it is never permissible to legalize these prohibitions. But the problem with the ulama of this era is that they lack baseerat. Making Salaam to a faasiq is haraam just as are the other abovementioned sinful acts. These sinful acts may not be ruled to be halaal for tabligh purposes.

The obligation of the Muslim is to obey Allah Ta’ala, not to undermine the Law of Islam. It is not permissible to utilize personal logic to cancel the prohibitions of the Shariah regardless of how noble the end and purpose may be. When the two Persian delegates came to meet Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), he turned his Mubaarak face away from them in disgust because they were clean-shaven. Despite them being kuffaar not bound by the laws of Islam, and despite it being the occasion for da’wat and tabligh, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) adopted a harsh attitude and displayed his disgust. But today’s molvis promote fisq and fujoor with their corrupt fatwas and baatil views.

Hidaayat is Allah’s prerogative. Only He guides people. We are not able to guide people with our tabligh. We are only required to deliver the Message of the Deen and leave the hidaayat issue to Allah Ta’ala. In the Qur’aan Majeed, Allah Ta’ala informs our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam):

“Verily, you (O Muhammad!) cannot guide those whom you love. But Allah guides whomever He wills, and He knows best who are to be guided.”
People cannot be brought close to the Deen with haraam. Assuming that they can be brought close to the Deen with haraam activities, then too it is sinful for us to adopt such measures which are sinful and which invite the la’nat of Allah Ta’ala. If Allah Ta’ala has ordained Imaan and Taqwa for a person, that person will acquire it. There is no need to adopt haraam measures for this purpose just as it is not permissible to adopt haraam methods for the acquisition of our Rizq.

Our Rizq has been ordained and is fixed. Haraam ways may not be adopted to acquire this predetermined Rizq.

These molvis are in fact implying that to acquire one’s halaal Rizq, haraam measures may be adopted. But they fail to understand that the purpose regardless of its nobility is not the objective if it is to be procured in conflict with Allah’s Law and Pleasure.

Mufti Ebrahim’s fatwa is a zigzag opinion. It is a fence-sitting attitude. He tries to meander his way to placate opposites. He says: “If making salaam and smiling will be more effective, adopt that attitude with the intention for changing and reformation.”
This is absolutely baatil. By the same token it could be argued: If committing zina with a prostitute will be more effective, adopt that attitude (and commit the zina) with the intention for changing and reformation.
Change, reformation and hidaayat are possible only by following the Laws of Allah Ta’ala, not by acting in conflict as demanded by opinion and corrupt ‘hikmat’. Rasulullah’s mission was nothing other than Tabligh. There cannever be a greater Muballigh than Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Once Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) adopted a perfectly permissible method for Tabligh to bring the chiefs of the Quraish close to the Deen. The reasoning of our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) was that if the chiefs accept Islam, then all the tribes will follow suit and enter into Islam.

The chiefs being people of pride did not prefer people of low social rank to be with them in the same gathering. They had agreed to listen to the da’wat of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam), and they attended the session. Whilst Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) was engaging in Tabligh to the chiefs, an old, blind Sahaabi came to ask something. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) ignored him. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) was engaging with the chiefs and he did not want to miss this opportunity of gaining their allegiance for Islam. His only logical reason was to bring the chiefs close to Islam.

But Allah Ta’ala disapproved of this attitude and sternly reprimanded our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam). The first 16 Aayaat of Surah Abasa record the reprimand of Allah Ta’ala. Now when our Nabi (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) was so sternly reprimanded for a lawful attempt to bring important personalities close to the Deen with his Tabligh, what conclusion should we draw of the explicit haraam which the muftis are halaalizing for what they claim to be Tabligh? Haraam may not be adopted for Tabligh regardless of the perceived benefits, even if the person will be brought close to the Deen with the haraam, and even if the prostitute will accept Islam after the Muslim commits zina with her. It is absolutely satanic to argue that adoption of haraam is permissible for the purpose of Tabligh.

The fatwa of Mufti Ebrahim Desai is zig zag and designed to suffocate the Haqq. The person who asked the questions did not even do so in the context of Tabligh. He was asking in general. Thus the questioner asked:

“As fisq and fujoor is widespread, how should we uphold the Sunnah of Smiling in public?”

Although haraam may not be legalized for even Tabligh, the Mufti ministering to the evil designs of the elite wealthy class who are prominent and notorious for fisq and fujoor, issued his zig zag, corrupt fatwa which borders on kufr. Regardless of the widespread prevalence of fisq and fujoor, the ahkaam of the Deen may not be altered and abolished. Such tampering with the Shariah cannot be justified with the hallucination presented by the Mufti in his zig zag fatwa.

The Mufti has not presented a single Shar’i daleel to bolster his corrupt opinion. He has disgorged purely baseless personal opinion unsubstantiated by any Shar’i Nass. He is required to present a precedent from the Sunnah to justify his opinion. The end in view is not a valid daleel. If the end objective is to feed the poor and destitute, it does not justify gambling for this purpose.

We can say without fear of being contradicted by the Mufti that he will not say that for Tabligh purposes zina, wine and interest are permissible. Maybe in future some murtad mufti will halaalize even these major sins. But today, the Mufti will not issue a fatwa to halaalize zina, etc. for Tabligh purposes. The reason why these molvis are so brazen to halaalize the haraam act of honouring and respecting a faasiq is that the villainy of this sin has departed from their hearts. Their fraternization and socialization with the wealthy fussaaq and fujjaar have desensitized their Imaan, hence they have no inhibitions regarding the naked fisq and fujoor of the elite class. This desensitization has induced them to abandon Amr Bil Ma’roof Nahyi Anil Munkar. Thus they have opened the Doors for Allah’s Athaab.

7 Ramadhaan 1440 – 13 May 2019



A reliable Brother from Bangladesh writes:
Question 01:

As far I know, if a person rebukes or scolds an Alim due to being an Alim, he will become out from the fold of Islam. Nowadays, it has been observed that Tabligi brothers (Alim or Non-Alim) are fighting with one another. Recently a great, murderous, fight has taken place between the two groups (the supporters of Moulana Sa’d and supporters of Alam-e-Shura) in Bangladesh to take control of the Tongi Markaz in Bangladesh. One brother has been killed and around 200 brothers have been seriously injured. Unfortunately, most of them are Madrasa students and teachers. InnaLillah wa inna ilayhi raaji-oon!
If an Alim is beaten, abused, or and even killed, due to the hostility or enmity, not for being an Alim, rather for other reasons such as being a supporter of Moulana Sa’d or Alam-e-Shura, will the fatwa of being a Murtad be applicable to these attacking fellows ?


Rasululah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “To abuse (o.e. with the tongue) a Muslim is fisq, and to kill him is kufr.” What had transpired in Bangladesh between the teo hostile and shaitaani Tablighi factions is FISQ of an aggravated nature, and the killing is kufr in terms of the Hadith. Nevertheless, the Fiqhi appellation of murtad will not be applicable.
Question 02:

After the pitiful occurrence at the Tongi Markaz, in many places the Sa’d group members are not being allowed to even perform the Salaah at the Masjid. The Madrasa students are attacking them and forcefully getting them out from the Mosques. In support of such attitude, it has been stated that the Sa’d group has become out from the fold of Islam due to their hostile attitude towards Ulama-e- Haq. So they should not be allowed to the Mosque. My questions in this regard are:

(a) Is such act of not permitting them entry into the Mosque for Salaat permissible?

Answer: Most certainly it is not permissible. It is haraam to prevent even the murderers from performing Salaat in the Musaajid.
(b). Will the ruling of being a Murtad be applicable for the Sa’d group for the reason that they had beaten the Ulama and Talaba for the sake of taking control of Tongi Markaz?

Answer: The ruling of irtidaad (becoming a murtad) will not be applicable to the Sa’d goondas (murderous thugs).
(c) If there is a fear from a person or group to create riot / trouble / disturbance, May that person or group be prevented from entering the Mosque ?

Answer: If the fear is genuine, not merely to spite, then it will be permissible.
Please let us have your comments on the fracas which had happened in Tonki.


What had happened is pure, unadulterated shaitaaniyat. Both hostile factions of the Tablighi Jamaat have become thoroughly diffused with shaitaaniyat. The aggravating factor is that all their murderous shaitaaniyat is being perpetrated in the name of the Deen as if they are engaging in Jihad against the kuffaar.

It is indeed lamentable that while Jihad against the kuffaar was never the agenda of the Tabligh Jamaat since its inception, today shaitaani ‘jihad’ has become an objective of the Jamaat. Shaitaani ‘jihad’ in this context means insulting, abusing, injuring and killing, pillaging and plundering ‘brother’ tablighis. In addition, pillaging and plundering property of tablighis and even non-tablighis have become permissible goals for the errant Tablighi Jamaat of this era. And, all of this murderous shaitaaniyat is being perpertarted in the name of the Deen. Wala houla…

What we are observing today is the excreta of the Tabligh Jamaat’s haraam ghulu’ which had become an integral constituent of the Tabligh Jamaat. This ghulu’ is not the attribute of only one faction. Both factions which at one stage were part of the same movement are guilty of the haraam ghulu’ which characterizes the Tabligh Jamaat.

There ghulu’ transgresses the limits of the Shariah. They had developed considerable shaitaani takabbur which impelled them to despise even the Ulama, the Madaaris and the genuine Khaanqahs. In their private circles they criticized such great Ulama as Hadhrat Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi (Rahmatullah alayh) simply because he was not a member of their Jamaat. They indulge in gheebat of even such Auliya of Allah Ta’ala because they were not members of their Jamaat.

Gheebat in general is an extremely abominable sin. The Hadith says that it is worse than zina. But gheebat made of a Wali of Allah Ta’ala is vastly worse. The ‘flesh’ of Auliya and Ulama is extremely poisonous. It is spiritually lethal. These miscreants who indulge in such gheebat will have to consume the flesh of dead human bodies on the Day of Qiyaamah.

What has transpired at Tonki and on a lesser scale elsewhere evidences that Islaah of the Nafs cannot be acquired merely by engagement in Tabligh Jamaat activity. The Tabligh Jamaat has grossly transgressed the parameters for which it had been created. Its job was to act like a raft picking up drowning people floundering on the waters of the ocean in the aftermath of a sunken ship. The raft is supposed to bring the survivors to the shore for their safety, not keep them for life on the raft drifting about aimlessly until it (the raft) is also destroyed in the raging waters of the ocean.

Instead of fulfilling its objective, the Tabligh Jamaat developed shaitaani tendencies of ujub and takabbur. For their elders the Jamaat bcame the be all and the end all of the Deen. In their convoluted conception of Tabligh, they believed in the deception of them being the final word of Islam, and that all other branches of Da’wat and Tableegh are baatil. They further believed, stupidly and at the peril of their own deviation that all others, even Ulama and Auliya not linked with the Tabligh Jamaat were doomed. In this attitude did they sow the seeds of their doom. Now we see the evil fruit. They are now reaping what they had sewn in a haraam manner.

Ghulu’ always portends deviation and the destruction of the movement / institution which may have commenced as a movement of the Haqq. Allah Ta’ala warns us in the Qur’aan Majeed:

“Do not commit ghulu’ in your Deen.”

Ghulu’ is the salient characteristic of the Christians and the Barelwi Qabar Pujaaris (Grave-Worshippers). The Tabligh Jamaat has joined them in this evil sphere, hence they are now being punished by Allah Ta’ala. The evil has exploded. The Tabligh Jamaat was expanding like an unburied corpse. The bloating body has to explode. When it does bust and pours forth its horrible stench, people will flee from its proximity. This is precisely the fate of the Tabligh Jamaat. They measured their success on the standard of numbers – the number people at their ijtimahs, the number of buses bringing tablighis, the number of local and foreign jamaats, etc. The Khauf (Fear) of Allah Ta’ala does not feature in them and their programmes.

6 Rabiyuth Thaani 1440 -14 December 2018


The Brother from Bangladesh adding more information, states:
“I want to add some more information with regards to the riot and massacre at the Tonki Tablighi Markaz.
The Sa’d group had attacked the little students (under 13~14 years) of the Hifz Khana of Tongi Markaz Madrasa whule these little boys were engaged in Tilaawatul Quran. They were severely beaten. They had kicked the Quran Sharif copies which were in that Hifz Khana and afterwards threw those copies of the Mushaf into the adjacent river.They had forced the students to shout the slogan: “Moulana Sa’d is our Ameer”. After assaulting them, the supporters of Sa’d shouted to the students: “Hold the ears and get out. If we are granted permission, we shall smash you all by feet”.
A lot of Madrasa students had come to the Tongi Markaz previous day (weakend) to prepare the field to execute the up-coming Tongi World Ijtema to be held at the end of January 2019. The Sa’d group had attacked them and hijacked their precious assets such as money, new jackets, new blankets etc. They had severely beaten them to the extent that the bones of many had been broken. Severe head injuries had been inflicted. The Quran Sharif copies of the students and Tabligi brothers had also been thrown into the burner and destroyed by fire.
After the massacre, these evil people had conducted a press conference to justify their such evil actions I wonder: How can these fellows be treated as Muslims? Isn’t the act of not allowing them to the Mosque right?”

The pillage, plunder and brutality of the Sa’d group, as described by you, are undoubtedly most abominable and close to kufr. Their act of desecrating the Qur’aan Majeed is undoubtedly kufr which expels them from the fold of Islam. However, since the murtad culprits guilty of the blasphemous sacrilege cannot be pinpointed with certitude, a blanket ban on the supporters of the chief goonda cannot be placed.

The extent and type of pillage and plunder perpetrated by the hoodlums of the Tabligh Jamaat are shocking beyond imagination. Never in anyone’s wildest hallucination could it have dreamt that Tablighis would degenerate to this murderous gutter level to shed Muslim blood, to injure Muslims, to rob openly, and to commit the act of kufr by desecrating the Qur’aan Majeed. All of these villainous acts proves that they never had the Deen as their objective of their tabligh stunts which now appear to have been a massive farce and fraud.

6 Rabiyuth Thaani 1440 -14 December 2018