Is it permissible to sell tobacco and cigarettes?

Q. Is it permissible to sell tobacco and cigarettes? Is the income halaal? A Mufti says that it is permissible and the earnings of it are halaal.

A. The mufti is the type whom the Fuqaha label as ‘maajin’(a moron, a buffoon, a chap lost in compound ignorance). Tobacco is extremely harmful for the health. It causes cancer and a host of other destructive diseases. It ruins the health and the brains of the user. Such harmful and poisonous substances are haraam. One of the elements of hurmat (prohibition) is dharar (harm). A harmful substance is haraam. Ingesting poison is haraam whether the effects of the poison are immediate or delayed (slowpoisoning) such as tobacco.

In addition to the destruction tobacco inflicts on the body, brains and the rooh, its odour is offensive to Musallis and the Malaaikah. People reeking of the vile stench of tobacco should ensure that they change their stinking dress when going to the Musjid. The offensive stench percolates from the body onto the clothes.

Since tobacco is haraam by virtue of the element of dharar, it is haraam to sell it. The earning derived from this poisonous substance is likewise haraam. It should be given as Sadqah without niyyat of thawaab.

from themajlis.cc

VAPING – A LESSON FOR THE MORON ‘MUFTIS’

Vaping or e-cigarette smoking or more appro-priately, the devil’s smok-ing, is perhaps worse than tobacco smoking. While some moron ‘muftis’, slaves of lust, have been swift with corrupt per-missibility fatwas to assuage Iblees, the follow-ing information furnished by the experts in the field should prove salubrious and depurate the minds of these ‘muftis’ from the urine of Iblees which convolutes the brain, hence the quick and base-less ‘fatwas’ redolent of shaitaaniyat and nafsaaniyat.

VAPING LIKE GAS ATTACK –EXPERTS

BY HENRY BODKIN

Vaping damages the lungs in the same way as a poison gas attack, tests have revealed. Experts in the US have warned of a looming pub-lic health crisis after ex-amination of tissue sam-ples found vapers had suffered direct injuries from noxious chemicals. For the first time, scien-tists reviewed lung biop-sies from a group of pa-tients who had fallen ill after smoking e-cigarettes, two of whom had died.

The team at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizo-na, had been expecting to find lung damage as a re-sult of fatty deposits from the vaping liquids. Instead, they found more serious acute injuries of the type commonly seen in victims of gas attacks. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, was pub-lished as concern about the safety of e-cigarettes grows.

Of the 17 patients from whom samples were tak-en in the study, only eight had smoked cigarettes. All had foamy accumula-tions indicating acute fi-brinous pneumonitis, a type of scarring.

The study’s senior author, Dr Brandon Larsen, said: “It seems to be some kind of direct chemical injury, similar to what one might see with exposures to toxic chemical fumes, poisonous gases and toxic agents.”

Of the patients in the study, 12 had vaped with dagga or cannabis oil. This could be significant because the vaping lobby and some scientists argue the recent spate of illness-es related to vaping are a result of THC, the princi-pal psychoactive com-pound in dagga, or canna-bidiol (CBD). – The Tele-graph (The Herald 4/10/19)

The Aql of a Mu’min, if uncontaminated with shaitaaniyat and nafsaaniyat, will readily understand the evil and harmful effects of the sa-tanic practice of smoking and vaping. The need for academic knowledge and expertise is obviated by the clarity of the evil. But the juhala ‘muftis’ of this era have assumed upon themselves the kufr of ex-punging from the Shari-ah’s Book of Principles Dharar (Harm) which is a fundamental Sabab (Cause/ground) for Hur-mat (Prohibition). Glass and sand are haraam for consumption, not because these are impure, but be-cause of their Dharar.

The moron cardboard ‘muftis’ are fond of spin-ning their nafsaani narra-tives around the view of Makrooh ventured by some senior Ulama. Whenever and wherever these ‘muftis’ are able to clutch a passing straw, they do so without hesita-tion and without the least understanding of the damage they inflict on the health and morality of the awaamun naas (the general laiety).

The Ulama who had opined karaahat were in total darkness regarding the terrible and harmful consequences of smok-ing, hence they main-tained the view of Karaa-hat, NOT permissibility, with conspicuous velleity, and also with a degree of bias for a certain senior Aalim of Haqq who had unfortunately developed the habit of smoking hookah. But such slips and errors of seniors are never Daleel in the Sha-riah. Those who utilize and manipulate the errors and slips of senior Ulama for the extravasation of permissibility to assuage the dictates of the nafs and to please ignoramus-es are guilty of showing blithe disregard for the Shariah and the physical, moral and spiritual well-being of the Ummah. Is there any Sahaabi or any of the Akaabir of the Salafus Saaliheen who had the habit of smoking?

Vaping and smoking are Satanist acts which are glaringly haraam. No Muslim whose mind is untouched by shaitaaniyat will fail to un-derstand the villainy of these evil practices.

ORAL SEX CAUSES CANCER

Q. A scholar says that oral sex within marriage is permissible. Please comment.
A. This unfortunate, miserable ‘scholar’ must be an agent of Iblees or he is a sexual pervert with a horribly contorted brain. This filthy practice is sub-devil.
Even devils do not demean themselves to this abominable gutter-level of perversion.
Besides the spiritual destruction of the soul caused by such unnatural carnality, it causes diseases and even cancer.
Read the comments of the kuffaar experts.
ORAL SEX CAUSES CANCER
WARNING: Oral sex can cause throat cancer.
That was the warning from the SA Dental Association yesterday.
Professor Andre van Zyl, of Pretoria University’s School of Dentistry, said: “If you’ve had six or more oral sex partners in your life, you’re 10 times more likely to get oropharyngeal cancer.”
At first, the cancer, which can also be caused by smoking or alcohol, looks like a sore inside the mouth or throat. If undetected, it can spread to the ngue, tonsils and the back of the throat until it is difficult to eat or talk.
In the late 1980s, people were told that they could not contract HIV through oral sex, which made it more popular, said Van Zyl.
“Oral sex is perceived to be a safer sexual behaviour in an Aids dominate world,” he said.
Maretha Smit, the association’s CEO, said it is so concerned by “the alarming increase” in the incidence of oropharyngeal cancer that it has launched an educative campaign.
HOOKAH
The campaign will also deal with the risks of smoking hubbly-bubbly or hooka pipes, and of chewing the areca nut, which is associated with 60% of all oral cancers in southeast Asia.
The Times