Jamiat KZN’s baatil, jaahil, kufr guidelines

Allah Ta’ala states in His Qur’aan Majeed:

“In this way have We cast RIJS (FILTH) on those who lack Aql (brains/intelligence).”

The paranoia raging currently in the circles of molvis, sheikhs, darul ulooms, and the like is the effect of the RIJS (FILTH) with which Allah Azza Wa Jal has afflicted the brains of these munaafiqeen scholars for dollars who are crawling to bootlick the kuffaar in disgraceful submission to silliness which even the government has not imposed on the community.

The KZN Jamiat has published its silly, stupid guidelines to combat some phantom red herring which the atheists have let loose. In so doing, the KZN Jamiat molvis have exhibited their nifaaq and kufr.
The entire list of guidelines excreted by the brains afflicted with Divine Rijs is Islamically baseless and haraam. These miserable molvis have displayed that they too are among the khanaazeer who were garlanded with some Deeni knowledge for which they are totally unfit. Regarding the type of scholars for dollars which abound in this era, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) warning those who impart Knowledge to others, said:

“He who imparts Ilm to those who are unfit for it, is like one who garlamds PIGS with diamonds, pearls and gold.”
In fact, in terms of another Hadith, they are worse than khanaazeer. The fear which the kuffaar have instilled into these spineless molvis and sheikhs testifies for the nifaaq in their hearts, and it also is evidence for them being MAL’OON (accursed).

All the stupid guidelines, the effects of paranoia, are anathema to Islam. Islam’s ta’leem is the opposite of what these shaitaani guidelines require Muslims to do.

It is haraam to prevent musallis from performing Sunnat and Nafl Salaat in the Musjid. It is haraam to chase musallis out from the Musjid. It is haraam to restrict the Musjid for only Fardh Salaat. It is haraam to insist on musallis to keep a distance of 2 metres from the closest person. This measure is too silly. Despite the inherent kufr, it constrains one to mockingly laugh at the extreme silliness of these moron molvis of Jamiat KZN.

As yet, these devils have not ordered the musallis to stand 2 metres apart in the saff for Fardh Salaat. If the Fardh Salaat is performed with shoulders touching, then how ridiculous and stupid is it to order musallis to be 2 metres apart if Sunnat or Nafl is performed in the Musjid? The pig virus gnawing their brains is responsible for these moronic guidelines and for all the other stupidities excreted by the vermiculated brains of these munaafiq molvis.

It is ludicrous to instruct Muslims to carry their own musallas to the Musjid where carpets worth hundreds of thousands of rands have been installed. The paranoia in the decomposing brains of these molvis causes fear for even the shadow of an ant. They lack Imaan. Their brains are pregnant with the rijs of kufr.

It is haraam to limit the musallis to 49. This moronic act of Satanism supersedes even the president’s announcement of 100. The Jamiat moron molvis have gone down deep into the gutter in their haraam bid to lick boots, hence they seek to gain the favour of the government by showing with their stupid 40 limit that they are true bootlickers. Indeed, “Evil is that for which they have traded their Imaan” (Qur’aan).
Multiple jamaats in the same Musjid are haraam. Only if the government enforces its unjust decree, will it be permissible to have multiple jamaats.

The instruction to incumbently recite short Qiraa’t in all the Fardh Salaat is another shaitaani inspiration. It is the displacement and abrogation of the Sunnah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayh wasallam). Since this measure is being adopted to bootlick the kuffaar, it is kufr.

The moron molvis of the KZN Jamiat, irrationally cite the Qur’aanic Aayat in which Salaat with Jamaat is commanded even on the battlefield. There is absolutely no relevance between the haraam, kufr guidelines of the jaahil KZN Jamiat molvis and Salaatul Khauf ordered in the Qur’aan. These morons quote without understanding what they are saying.

The suggestion that only close family members should accompany the janaazah portrays the extreme jahaalat and vividly displays the rijs in their brains.

The pig virus vermiculating the brains of these moron molvis has constrained them to advise suspension of “big nights” and jalsahs. When the Shariah has proclaimed these activities bid’ah, they scoffed and rejected the Shariah’s ruling. Now the pig virus in their brains has compelled them to advise against these merrymaking bid’ah functions. But there is no thawaab at this stage for suspending these bid’aat because the motive is to bootlick the atheists, not to uphold the Deen.

Muslims should understand that it is haraam to submit to these crazy and haraam dictates of the ulama-e-soo’ of the KZN Jamiat and of any others. As long as the government does not enforce the oppressive and unjust measures, Muslims should continue their Ibaadat activities as normal.
“There is no help except from Allah, The Mighty, The Wise.” (Qur’aan)
“Whatever calamity befalls you, it is on account of what your hands have perpetrated, and (despite your transgression) He forgives much (of your infractions).” (Qur’aan)
“Whatever calamity befalls you, is by the command of Allah.” (Qur’aan)

24 Rajab 1441 – 19 March 2020

How can Coronavirus be stopped?

In the name of Allah, The Almighty, The All Powerful

Across the world, people are worried about the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19). Experts are working tirelessly to develop a vaccine and limit its spread. The breadth of this epidemic appears to be unprecedented. Precautionary measures are being adopted across the world as the death toll increases and the number of infected people spiral. From an Islamic perspective, it is recommended to adopt precautions as long as they are proportionate and do not contravene Islamic teachings.

There is, however, an important dimension to this epidemic which has not been given the due attention it deserves. As people of faith, it is our unshakable belief that such calamities and diseases are from Allah Almighty, who uses a variety of methods to remind, test and at times also punish the creation for their flagrant violations.

Allah Almighty mentions in the Quran (42:30):

وَمَا أَصَابَكُم مِّن مُّصِيبَةٍ فَبِمَا كَسَبَتْ أَيْدِيكُمْ وَيَعْفُو عَن كَثِيرٍ

“And whatever affliction befalls you, it is due to what your hands have earned, and He pardons much.”

In another verse (30:41), Allah Almighty mentions:

ظَهَرَ الْفَسَادُ فِي الْبَرِّ وَالْبَحْرِ بِمَا كَسَبَتْ أَيْدِي النَّاسِ لِيُذِيقَهُم بَعْضَ الَّذِي عَمِلُوا لَعَلَّهُمْ يَرْجِعُونَ

“Corruption has appeared in the land and the sea due to what the hands of people have earned, so that He may make them taste a part of that which they have done, so that they may return [to righteousness].”

It is therefore imperative for us to reflect and try to understand the possible underlying reasons for this crisis. In the specific context of this virus, the following portion from a lengthy statement of our beloved Prophet ﷺ comes to mind:

لم تظهر الفاحشة في قوم قط، حتى يعلنوا بها، إلا فشا فيهم الطاعون، والأوجاع التي لم تكن مضت في أسلافهم الذين مضوا

“Immorality never appears among a people to such an extent that they commit it openly, but such plagues and diseases will spread among them that did not occur among their predecessors” (Sunan Ibn Mājah, 4019; declared ṣaḥīḥ in al-Mustadrak, 8623).

Ḥāfiẓ Ibn al-Qayyim (d. 751/1350) writes in al-Ṭuruq al-Ḥukmiyyah (p.239),

ولا ريب أن تمكين النساء من اختلاطهن بالرجال أصل كل بلية وشر، وهو من أعظم أسباب نزول العقوبات العامة، كما أنه من أسباب فساد أمور العامة والخاصة، واختلاط الرجال بالنساء سبب لكثرة الفواحش والزنا، وهو من أسباب الموت العام، والطواعين المتصلة

“There is no doubt that enabling women to mix freely with men is the basis of every calamity and evil, and it is from the greatest causes for the descending of all-encompassing punishments, just as it is from the causes of corruption in public and private affairs. Mixing of men and women is a cause for the increase in immoral actions and zinā (adultery & fornication), and it is one of the causes of widespread death and continuous plagues.”

Historians like Ḥāfiẓ Ibn al-Jawzī (d. 597/1201) and Ḥāfiẓ Ibn Kathīr (d. 774/1373) have mentioned various examples of how Muslims reacted to such outbreaks in the past. In 449 (1057-8 CE), there was major epidemic in the Middle East and Asia which resulted in the death of at least 1.65 million people just in the region of Bukhara alone. Large graves were dug and 20-30 people were buried in one grave. The residents of homes that had alcohol would all die within the same night. In one residence, 18 corpses were found, and upon searching the house, alcohol was found therein. Another example of an ill person is cited who was in the agony of death, but his soul would not leave his body. His suffering continued until he pointed to the alcohol in his home. It was only after it was removed that his soul left his body and he passed away. When this epidemic broke out, people responded by pouring away the alcohol, breaking the instruments of music and entertainment, attaching themselves to the Masjids, reciting the Quran and worshipping Allah (al-Bidāyah wa al-Nihāyah, 13:130; al-Muntaẓam, 16:17; Badhl al-Māʿūn fī Faḍl al-Ṭāʿūn, p.365).

These texts and narratives illustrate the importance of reflecting on our actions, when such epidemics occur. Today, it has become unfashionable to discuss some of the sins that have become prevalent across the world. Reflecting on the state of Muslims and non-Muslims, who have all been enveloped in this epidemic, we find that there are some major sins that have increased substantially and openly over the past few decades. They include:

‪1. Homosexuality and transgenderism
2. ‪Nudity, free-mixing, immodesty and pornography
‪3. Adultery and fornication
‪‪4. Defaming Prophets and the companions (Ṣaḥabah)
5. Massacres and killings
6. ‪Oppression, incarceration and torture
‪7. Drugs, alcohol and other intoxicants
8. ‪Riba (usury)
9. Cheating
‪10. Extravagance

It is therefore imperative that along with adopting the precautions advised by the health experts, we reflect on these sins and recognise that such flagrant and blatant violations of the divine laws attract the anger and wrath of Allah Almighty, whether perpetrated by Muslims or non-Muslims. We must turn to Allah Almighty, repent for our sins and inaction and commit to His obedience. This epidemic should also strengthen our belief in Allah Almighty and serve us a reminder that Allah is The Almighty and Powerful, He created us and to Him we shall return, and the entire universe is powerless in front of him.

In addition to adopting precautions and abandoning sins, the following are some actions that can help bring this epidemic to an end:

1. Perform the five obligatory Ṣalāh
2. Regularly do Istigfār and Tawbah (repentance).
3. Engage in the dhikr of Allah Almighty especially Tasbīḥ & Takbīr
4. Regularly read durūd
5. Give as much optional charity
6. Perform two Rakʿat Nafl Ṣalāh individually
7. Supplicate to Allah with masnūn supplications for well-being and protection (see this link for some
8. Do not panic-buy or hoard goods
9. Exercise Ṣabr (patience), Shukr (gratitude) and Tawakkul (reliance)
10. Contemplate death and the power of Allah Almighty

Finally, it is a matter of great regret that some Muslim businessmen are hiking up prices for certain goods that are in heavy demand. This is despicable and illustrates that such people are not taking heed from this epidemic. It is also against Islamic teachings to hoard wealth unnecessarily and to the detriment of others. There is no need to panic, we must remain calm and avoid over reacting or behaving in a disproportionate manner. May Allah protect and guide us all.

Yusuf Shabbir

21 Rajab 1441 / 16 March 2020



Kindly narrate the full Hadith where there was a plague and Sayyiduna ‘Umar ibn Al Khattab (radiyallahu ‘anhu) said ‘We have come from the Qadar of Allah to The Qadar of Allah’.

Kindly explain this statement as well.


Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) says that ‘Umar ibn Khattab set out for Syria. When he got as far as ‘Sargh’, the commanders of the army, Abu ‘Ubaydah ibn Jarrah and his companions met ‘Umar and told him that a plague had broken out in Syria.

Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas said, ‘Umar said to me, ‘Call the early Muhajirun for me,’ I called them, sought their consultation and informed them that a plague had broken out in Syria.

They disagreed. Some of them said, ‘You have set out on a matter and we do not think that you should retreat from it.’ Others said, ‘You have the rest of the people as well as the Companions of Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), and we do not think that you should expose them to this plague.’

‘Umar then said, ‘Go away.’

Then he said, ‘Call the Ansar for me,’ and I called them and he consulted them. They behaved as the Muhajirun had done and disagreed as they had disagreed.

He said, ‘Go away.’

Then he said, ‘Call those who are here of the elders of Quraysh who emigrated the year of the Conquest of Makkah.’ So I called them, and none among them disagreed about it. They said, ‘We think that you should return with the people and not expose them to this plague.’

So ‘Umar made an announcement among the people: ‘I am returning in the morning, so return as well.’

Abu ‘Ubaydah ibn Jarrah said, ‘Are you fleeing from the decree of Allah?’ ‘Umar said, ‘If only someone other than you had said that, Abu ‘Ubaydah!’

Yes, ‘we are fleeing from the decree of Allah to the decree of Allah‘. Do you think that if you had camels and they went down into a valley which had two sides, one of which was fertile and the other barren. Is it not that if you grazed them on the fertile side, then that grazing would be by the decree of Allah, and if you grazed them on the barren side, then that grazing would also be by the decree of Allah?’

‘Abdur Rahman ibn ‘Awf -who had been absent on some errand- then came and said, ‘I have some knowledge regarding this issue. I heard Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) say,

“When you hear that [a plague] is in a land, do not go to it and if it occurs in a land that you are already in, then do not leave it, fleeing from it.’”

‘Umar praised Allah [due to him making the correct decision] and then left.”

(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 5729 and Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 2219)

Explanation of ‘we are fleeing from the decree of Allah to the decree of Allah’

Hafiz ibn Hajar (rahimahullah) makes mention of another version of this narration which has the following words. This version clarifies the meaning as well.

“If we proceed, it will only be through the decree of Allah, and if we return, this will also be through the decree of Allah”

Allah Ta’ala has commanded us to be cautious and to abstain from things that will lead to our destruction. Since we are prohibited from putting ourselves in danger, we are fulfilling the decree of Allah by not proceeding.This was already predestined for us.

(Refer: Al Minhaj of Imam Nawawi, Hadith: 5745 and Fathul Bari, Hadith: 5729)

And Allah Ta’ala Knows best.

Answered by: Moulana Suhail Motala

Approved by: Moulana Muhammad Abasoomar

Checked by: Moulana Haroon Abasoomar




The government’s reaction to the phantom of the China Pig Disease is indeed the effect of paranoia created by the vested interests of the U.S.A. A massive conspiracy is underway. Insha-Allah, the conspiracy shall be discussed in a future article.

Firstly, the ‘pandemic’ declaration is a lot of hogwash. It is a red herring creation of the U.S. colonial power. This disease has not reached epidemic proportions as is deceptively claimed. The following chart debunks the satanic myth:


Corons virus 2,360
Common cold 69,602
Malaria 140,584
Suicide 153,696
Road accidents 193,479
HIV (Zina disease) 240,950
Alcohol 358,471
Smoking 716,498
Cancer 1,177,141
Relative to the massive amounts of deaths due to other causes and diseases, the death toll due to the China Pig Disease is negligible or even non-existent.

The president reported that hitherto there are 61 corona disease cases, not 61 deaths. In the entire population of the country 61 cases have been found. But the president has been silent, not even batting an eyelid at the number of deaths due to the MURDER epidemic in South Africa. While 61 corona-affected persons have been discovered in South Africa, in the year 2018 20,336 people were murdered in the country. In 2019, 21,022 were murdered.

Now what has attained epidemic proportions – the 61 cases who are still alive, or the tens of thousands already murdered at the rate of more than 20,000 per year. In South Africa approximately 60 people are murdered daily, and there are 50 attempted murders daily.

What measures and what Command Committee has the president organized to eliminate this disastrous murder epidemic in front of which the Pig disease victims pale into oblivion? These issues shall be more elaborated in future discussions, Insha-Allah. For the present we have to deal with the unjust imposition of curbing religious gatherings to a mere 100 persons.

While we are now not allowed to have more than a 100 worshippers in a Musjid, the government permits thousands to be in factories, malls, municipal markets, etc. Then what about the millions living in squatter camps, shack-dwellings and slum areas in unhygienic conditions?

If crowds far in excess of 100 are allowed for non-religious purposes, then why can the same standard not be applied to the Mosques? Why can we not have more than a 100 worshippers? Our standard of hygiene is the highest in the world. Besides repeated washings for various purposes, Muslims are required to incumbently perform ablutions a minimum of five times daily for performing ritual prayers (Salaat). Clearly, there is Satanism at play.
1) It is haraam to close the Musaajid as the Qabar Pujaaris (Grave Worshippers) in Pietermaritzburg, and the zindeeqs of Quds Temple in Cape Town have committed.

2) It is haraam to advise old people to perform Salaat at home and to indirectly apply pressure on them to abstain from the Musjid.

3) It is haraam to prevent musallis from coming to the Musjid for Jumuah.

Since the government has introduced this unjust measure, it should enforce it. Muslims should not be a party to enforce this haraam measure. The doors of the Musaajid should always remain open. If the government wishes, it may post guards or police outside the Musaajid and count the entry of the musallis. The atheist guards of the government can then prevent the 101st musalli from entering the Musjid. We as Muslims may not commit this haraam act.

If the government enforces this unjust measure, several Jumuah Salaat should be performed by the musallis. In the same Musjid two or three Jumuah Salaat may be conducted, but with different Imaams. The Salaat should commence immediately after Jumuah. Thereafter another Jumuah should be performed in the same Musjid.

Due to the large number of musallis, several Jumuah Salaat in the same Musjid will not be feasible due to time and the occupations of the people. In such cases, Jumuah should be performed at other venues as well – in Jamaat Khaanahs, open spaces, at the Eidgah, and wherever space is available. But Jumuah may not be abandoned.

In the final analysis, the fate befalling the Musaajid is the consequence of the evil misdeeds, sins and transgression of the Muslim community. Muslims have lost respect for the Musaajid, and have failed to fulfil the Huqooq of the Musaajid. The Musaajid have been cursing the community. Hence what is happening, is the consequences of our own shaitaaniyat.

21 Rajab 1441 – 16 March 2020


I am a wretched Muslim whose Imaani equilibrium is skewed by my sins, but even I can see how Muslims are disgracing themselves through rabid fear of the Coronavirus, aping every precautionary minuscule advice of the kuffar and placing almost zero reliance on a’maal.
In essence, most Muslims, through this incident, have displayed that they have no faith in the Power of Allah to allay all their fears and illnesses through Salah, Qur’an, Dhikr etc. Instead they dispense with this notion or disingenuously say: “we need to adopt the means too” fallaciously quoting authentic narrations in isolation, when in reality they are seeking to justify their faith is entirely in the means.
They believe Shifa is in a vaccine (a weakened form of the filth that is the virus) and forget Allah Ta’ala specifically states that he has kept shifa in Qur’an. They have made the kuffar doctors their Lord in this matter & have zero belief that Allah can & will cure them through A’amaal.
Whenever Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam faced any difficulty he would at once resort to Salah not sanitiser and if a Muslim has conviction that through the shield of Salah, Allah will protect him, Allah will most certainly do so.
What next? Stop adopting the Sunnah of plate sharing because some westernised doctor whose brain is filled with impurity of kufr said so?
People go to work, unceremoniously mix with the impurity of kufr but now they suddenly can’t go to the fort of Allah – the Masjid. They are happy to earn their money in the impure environment of kufr because money is their God, but they cannot congregate in the purity of Masjid in the environment of the protecting angels.
They can herd together in a shop to buy toilet paper, but going to the Masjid, when they are showing no signs of illness is problematic.
Then we wonder why the Muslims the world over are subjugated. They resort to toilet rolls as their saviour and don’t place their trust in Allah. We’re not fit to be rulers. We’re only fit to be herded around like cattle by our kuffar masters. (End of the Brother’s Naseehat)

19 Rajab 1441 – 14 March 2020




The U.K. group of molvis, Wifaqul Ulama, in reality, Wifaqul Juhala, in bootlicking its Yahood and Nasaara masters on the issue of the China Pig Disease (CPD) has issued the following list of advices to misguide and mislead Muslims from Siraatul Mustaqeem:


Coronavirus [Covid19] and the immediate steps Masa’|id and Madaris need to take

– if the teachers observe any signs of illness in the students of the Madrassah or

if the children are ill then call the parents and send the children home.

Our comment

Prior to the China Pig Disease (CPD), this measure was not advised by Wifaqul Juhala. The morbid fear spawned by defective Imaan has constrained this uncalled for measure. Little ‘signs of illness’ do not justify depriving the child from Ilm-e-Deen. If the sickness is severe, obviously parents will not send their children to the Madrasah.

– Ensure extra and more thorough cleaning is conducted regularly.

Our comment

This is Islam’s ta’leem at all times. While the Sunnah was all along inadequate guidance for these molvis, they are roused into action by their kuffaar masters who have dinned into their ears the ‘danger’ of the CPD phantom. Cleanliness is integral to Imaan. Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: “Verily Allah is Clean. He loves cleanliness. Therefore keep clean your afniyah (the section outside your home).” When there is emphasis on the maintenance of cleanliness and hygene of even outside the home, then to a far greater degree will the emphasis apply to the interior of the house and to the body.

The manner of the advice by Wifaqul Juhala implies that cleanliness is a western concept acquired from the Yahood and Nasaara, hence its ta’leem is now given in emulation of the kuffaar.

– Masajid must not have communal towels in the wudhu area.

Our comment

This advice is motivated by baseless fear and with the focus shifted from Allah Ta’ala to the kuffaar masters. There is nothing un-Islamic and nothing dangerous in giving communal towels in the Musjid. The CPD virus attacks only on the command of Allah Ta’ala. It will apprehend and neutralize only those who are earmarked for Allah’s punishment and for those for whom Allah Ta’ala has ordained the lofty pedestal of Shahaadat.

– The Musallees are advised to place their own face cloth or tissue on the place where they will perform the sajdah.

Our comment

This is pure bunkum licked up from the platter of rijs provided by the Yahood and Nasaara whom Wifaqul Juhhal is emulating right into the “lizard’s hole”. Paranoia has driven these misguided molvis to the brink of insanity, hence they are displaying mental disequilibrium with their silly advice.

– We advise people to perform their Faraidh in the Masjid and then, perform their Sunnats and Nafl Salah at home.

Our comment

This advice too is stupid and devoid of Shar’i substance, and haraam. It is also irrational. If the CPD virus is likely to attack during Sunnat and Nafl Salaat in the Musjid, what deters it from attacking during the Fardh Salaat? It will not spare the one earmarked for the Athaab regardless of him performing Fardh Salaat. While performing Sunnat and Nafl at home is valid and permissible, it is not Islamically valid to run away from the Musjid because of fear of CPD.

– If one is feeling ill, then perform Salah at home. We can understand this from the instruction of performing Salah at home when there is heavy rain:

– “lbnSirin RA narrated that Abdullah lbn Abbas RA said to his mu’addhin on a rainy day, “When you utter the words ‘I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah,’ do not say, ‘Come to prayer but say ‘Pray at your homes’ , by this {announcement} the people were surprised. He said,

“One who was better than me has done it. The Friday prayer is an obligatory duty. But I disliked putting you in hardship so that you might walk in mud and rain.” {Bukhari} (This illness is more detrimental to one’s health than heavy rain]

Our Comment

This ‘daleel’ is stupid and baseless in the extreme. Firstly, the Wifaqul Juhala molvis are not known to be followers of the Maaliki Math-hab which was the Math-hab of Ibn Seereen (Rahmatullah alayh). On the basis of fears expressed by the People of Rijs whom the juhala molvis are emulating, never will it be permissible to abstain from Jumuah Salaat nor from the daily Fardh Salaat in the Musaajid.

These spineless molvis are advising Muslims to abstain from Jumuah Salaat simply on the basis of kuffaar fears which the molvis have adopted as valid grounds for abstention from such a fundamental Ibaadat as Jumuah Salaat.

Mud and rain are NOT valid grounds for absenting oneself from the Musjid according to the three Math-habs. Normal rain and muddy conditions are not valid reasons for abstention from the Musjid and Jamaat Salaat.

The postulate: “This illness is more detrimental to one’s health than heavy rain”., is baseless. The analogy is fallacious. This is a monstrous LIE and stupidity. As long as a person has not been incapacitated by illness, he may not cite as grounds for abstention the phantom and fear presented by the kuffaar for a future disease yet to be contracted. There are billions of human beings who will not contract CPD despite being in contact with the diseased people. This is overwhelming evidence for the command and control of Allah Azza Wa Jal.

In China itself where the Pig Disease originated, hundreds of millions are unaffected whereas a few hundred in populations of tens of millions are affected in other countries. The whole sordid issue is pure shaitaani obfuscation created on the basis of stupid fear spawned by the attitude of kufr which has been vomited into the brains of the molvis of Wifaqul Juhala by Iblees.

Plagues and epidemics are not new to mankind. These forms of Divine Punishment had existed since time immemorial. In the great epidemic during the era of the Sahaabah there is adequate lesson and guidance for Muslims. While Wifaqul Ulama in bootlicking emulation of its kuffaar masters advises Muslims to abandon the Musaajid, never did the Sahaabah proffer such kufr advice. If such a drastic measure bordering on kufr had been necessary during an epidemic, there would have been ample guidance from the Sahaabah.

Sahaabah who had returned to Madinah from the plaque-stricken region were not debarred from the Musjid. They were not satanically quarantined. This is a measure of the kuffaar who are atheists, and whom the juhala of Wifaqul Juhala are bootlicking and following right into the “lizard’s hole” mentioned by Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam).

– The advice that is being given by medical professionals is that this illness affects the older generation more; so the senior members should consider performing their Salah at home.

– We should take these precautions but at the same time we must place our trust and faith in Allah Almighty, as good health and illness is from Allah Almighty.

Our comment

It is haraam to follow this kufr advice. The ‘trust in Allah’ advice is pure nifaaq. The professionals of the medical associations are Zanadaqah. They masquerade as Muslims whilst their hearts are brimming with kufr. Their Aqaaid are convoluted with kufr. Their brains operate within the narrow confines of the straitjackets fitted by their atheists university masters. It is not permissible to adopt this kufr advice.

Engage in lstighfar and the Duas prescribed in the Sunnah as much as possible, for example:

(End of the baatil bunkum advice)

Our comment

This advice is hypocritical. It is merely to present an Islamic cover for the kufr bunkum propagated by the mudhilleen of Wifaqul Juhala.
In the historical trajectory of this Ummah of Islam, we have reached the station and era to which applies the following declaration of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam):

“Verily, Allah will not eliminate Ilm (of the Deen) by obliterating it from (His) Servants (the Genuine Ulama), but He will eliminate Ilm by taking away the Ulama. Thus when there will remain no Aalim (of the Haqq), the people will take the JUHALA as leaders. They (these juhhaal molvis and sheikhs) will issue fatwas without (valid) Ilm. Thus they will be astray and they will mislead (the Ummah).” (Mishkaat, etc.)

18 Rajab 1441 – 13 March 2020

Trust in Allah

Trust in Allah

A man is absent from work one day & during that day his boss realises
how much work he does, so he decides to increase his pay. On pay day
when he receives more money, the man doesn’t say anything.
A few days later he is absent again & the boss becomes angry & decides
to cut his pay. When he receives less money on pay day, he again quietly
takes the money without saying anything.
The boss asks him the reason & he says that the first time I was absent I
was blessed with a child & when you increased my salary I realised that
he brought his own rizq (sustenance) with him.
The second time I lost my mother & when you decreased my salary I
knew she took her rizq with her. So why should I argue when Allah has
taken responsibility on Himself to provide rizq for everyone.
Rasulullah r said, “If you place your trust completely in Allah, as it ought
to be, then you will be provided in the same manner that birds are
provided. They leave in the morning with their belly empty and return
in the evening with their belly full.” (Tirmidhi)
Every person’s main worry & concern is his/her sustenance. This
overwhelming worry results in tension & high stress levels. The
moment man’s gaze moves away from Allah, then he begins to feel that
the burden of sustenance lies completely on his shoulders.
Man needs to take a lesson from the birds – the lesson of trust. Adopt
the means & make a reasonable effort, but always have one’s complete
trust in Allah. This will bring much relief in our lives.
In Ar Razzaq, the All Providing, I place my complete reliance & trust. It
is not my diplomas, degrees or business deals that guarantee my
provision. It is only through His Mercy that He Provides for me, his
sinful servant, even without asking.


On Mockery

Our modern culture has embraced mockery of anything and everything to the extent that nothing is off limits as the idea of the Sacred has by and large been discarded. The elders, parents, teachers, religion, prophets, and even God Himself have all become regulars on comedy sketches on television and many comedy acts. Mockery has become so much the norm that when an individual or a group of people has an adverse reaction to it, they’re viewed as uptight, too serious, and lacking a sense of humour. After all, these are just words – so, take it easy. Right?

Words are not just sounds we produce to form letters that we string together and blurb out every once in a while. They have meanings and they represent an attitude and a thought process. We articulate our beliefs directly using words, but we also articulate how we see the other using words. Sometimes we directly state what we think, but most of the time our behavioural interactions that are described using words are much louder than our claims.

According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, mockery refers to an insulting or contemptuous action or speech; a subject of laughter, derision, or sport; a counterfeit appearance; an insincere, contemptible, or impertinent imitation; or something ridiculously or impudently unsuitable. This English definition sheds light on the state of mind of the individual who engages in such an act as mockery. It’s a state of lack of respect or reverence, a deep hatred or disapproval, and a general view towards what or who is being mocked as being vile or worthless. It also relies on a misrepresentation of the mocked in order to make a subject of mockery out of them.

The Arabic word for mockery is sukhriyya, which comes from the three-letter root sa kh ra. According to the dictionary Tongue of the Arabs (Lisan al-Arab), this word means to debase or subjugate another thing or person to be at your service at no expense to you. This is the same word used in the Quran numerous times when God is referring to having subjugated the earth, livestock, planets, stars, sun, and the moon for Mankind to benefit from them. It’s also used to refer to the different stations humans have been granted and elevated over each other to serve one another. However, when it’s used as an active verb where one is performing sukhriyya of another, the Quranic position is the command to desist from such an act, “Believers, no one group of men should jeer at another, who may after all be better than them; no one group of women should jeer at another, who may after all be better than them.” [Quran 49:11]

As this verse indicates, the essence of mockery is a view of oneself in relation to the mocked. The consequence of mockery is the view of oneself as the mocker to be elevated over the mocked. It’s an assertion of superiority over the other by way of debasing them through mockery. In the process of doing so, the humanity of the mocked is stripped away from them as they become an object of amusement. The verse saying, “We have ennobled the Son of Adam” becomes meaningless as their dignity is discarded. The essence of mockery is “I am better than him: You created me from fire and him from clay.” [Quran 7:12]

All that is mockery, being sourced from a satanic origin, stands in stark contrast to all that is Sacred. This is evident in the main subjects of mockery, most of which are revered within religious discourse. To make it palatable, the likes of the late Christopher Hitchens say that, “Mockery of religion is one of the most essential things… one of the beginnings of human emancipation is the ability to laugh at authority.” If anything is truly deserving of mockery, it’s this statement and those like it, which fallaciously link human freedom with mockery of the Sacred. Statements such as this one are nothing but a reverberation of the first one of their nature that Satan made to Adam and Eve peace be upon them when he said to them, “Your Lord only forbade you this tree to prevent you becoming angels or immortals.” [Quran 7:20]

Only an idle mind and a diseased heart can ever engage in mockery or enjoy it. For only an idle mind not engaged in beneficial work can produce and receive mockery, and only a diseased heart lacking reverence for the Sacred can accept it. But how can the Sacred be revered in a world that has divorced it from everything anyways? It seems that today mockery is used to show how “ridiculous” a belief is in order to get the one mocked to abandon their “craziness.” Given that the mockers view themselves above the mocked, they sustain their self-delusional superiority by claiming themselves to be enlightened and pretend that their mockery is only to help the mocked. But they are similar to their predecessors as the Quran states, ”The wicked used to laugh at the believers – they would wink at one another when the believers passed by them, joke about them when they got back to their own people, and say, when they say them, ‘These people are misguided,’ though they were not sent to be their keepers.” [Quran 83:29-33]

The vile nature of mockery can never be understood within a worldview that doesn’t see the Sacred. If one is completely blinded from the spiritual realities behind everything, and is unable to see the world as a manifestation of Kun Fa Ya’koon (Be and it is), then it’s impossible to recognize the sanctity present in its essence. And so they’ll always be confused as to why believers, especially Muslims, have a problem with mockery.

Nietzsche claimed that mockery is a sign of health and everything unconditional, such as recognizing the Sacred belongs to pathology. It’s ironic that he’s the one who happened to go through a mental breakdown before his death, possibly indicating who had the pathological mind. In truth, mockery is a symptom of a pathologically warped worldview divorced from the Sacred. As long as one’s worldview is warped, they will continue to mock. Hence, the Quran commands the believers when faced with such a circumstance not to engage in any way, shape, or form because it’s futile, “As He has already revealed to you [believers] in the Scripture, if you hear people denying and ridiculing God’s revelation, do not sit with them unless they start to talk of other things, or else you yourselves will become like them.” [Quran 4:140]

by Mohamed Ghilan



Many Muslims have complained about the saahirah ‘aapa’ operating her sihr shaitaaniyat under guise of some confounded ‘therapy’ which itself is a hotch potch of kufr concepts and methods. One of the complainants wrote:

“There is an aalimah in Azaadville who has posted an advertisement about her so-caled ‘jihaadun nafs’ therapy. She is ensnaring a lot of women. She has copied many cults. She has advertised her cult and charges a fee of R6,500 for participation. What is the view of the Shariah regarding this type of therapy and what is the status of this woman who conducts this very expensive course?” (End of letter)
It is shockingly surprising that the girls madrasah has retained the teaching services of this marauding witch who poses as an ‘aalimah’, when in reality she is not even a Muslim. Her ‘therapy’ shaiyaaniyat being spawned by shaitaan is a snare to entrap gullible ignorant women. The saahirah’s motive is the haraam boodle which has driven her into the arms of Iblees. The sihr expels her from the fold of Islam, and all those who submit to her shaitanaiyat, also lose their Imaan.

Muslim women are expected to reflect and understand that the shaitaani wares of this Azaadville Witch are nugatory of Imaan. Participation in her satanism is the elimination of Imaan. It is indeed surprising that Muslim women will pay R6,500 for dabbling and dalliancing with satanism. There is no room in Islam for the haraam cult practices which the Azaadville Saahirah sells, and most deceptively covers the shaitaaniyat with Islamic terminology. Her advert conspicuously testifies to the shaitaaniyat of her haraam therapy methods and concepts.
In all forms of this type of cult-therapies, shaitaan is the originator. He appoints men and women as his agents to promote his shaitaniyat.

This Azaadville saahirah comes within the scope of the evil naffaathaat (witches who blow on knots) mentioned in Surah Falaq. Allah Ta’ala instructs us to seek His protection against the evil of the naffaathaat. Even if the Azaadville witch does not literally ‘blow on knots’, she is in the category of the naffaathaat. “Blowing on knots” mentioned in the Qur’aan Majeed is just one form of the satanic methodology of the saahiraat (witches) and saahireen (sorcerers).
Stay far from all human devils who practice weird therapies, and stay far from also the Ruqyah cartel of the Tunisian character who also utilizes the name of the Deen to promote his baatil khuraafaat. The bottom line and the primary, in fact only objective of these weird characters with their bizarre satanic methods and therapies is nothing but money which they fleece from stupid Muslims whose Imaani deficiency exposes them to the trickery of Iblees and his agents.

12 Rajab 1441 – 7 March 2020

The Choice is Yours

A recent article in the Detroit News contrasted the lives of two ordinary persons from Palestinian refuge camps in Jordan. Two persons joined by faith and circumstances, yet separated by choices of their lifestyles. One awakens at 4 a.m. every day and walks a mile to the mosque for the Fajr prayers. At that time, the other is often just getting to sleep, capping off another night of drinking and socializing at a bar that caters to tourists and wealthy Palestinians. One keeps abreast of the latest political developments in the Middle East to “ensure our future liberation from Israel.” The other, “like many in his Heineken-drinking clique, is oblivious to the latest showdown between the United States and Iraq and the subsequent peace brokered by the United Nations. But … knows all the words to the latest music videos.” One wears a beard. The other religiously shaves it before happy hour, “because the real hot girls like soft skin.” One is concerned about moral decadence and the mortal danger it presents to “their country and their afterlife.” The other asks, “Why shouldn’t we enjoy ourselves? Come on, you only live once, right?”

The article titled “Partying versus Praying”, is pleasantly free of the propaganda overtones characteristic of the mainstream media reports about the Muslim world. In a typical piece, the first person would have been depicted as a “fundamentalist”, a fanatic, a “bad guy” who is danger to himself and to the world. The second person, would, of course, be the “good guy”— the friendly, “civilized” person who needs encouragement and support. In contrast, here is an objective observation about the clash of two currents. Its objectivity compels those it reports about, to reflect on their situation.

In a way, the story captures the current state of the entire Ummah. For today, the Ummah is a big refuge camp: Robbed, wounded, tortured, expelled, dispossessed, and disenfranchised. And just like the refuge camp it has two powerful but exactly opposite currents: One represents awakening, turning to Allah, overcoming the base desires, and preparing for liberation from slavery, both physical and intellectual. The other represents falling asleep, turning away from Allah, and “enjoying” the slavery. This is a clash between piety and profanity, between light and darkness, between the path to Paradise and the way to Hell.

It is born of the freedom of choice that has been given to every human being. Allah has created two possible destinations for all human beings, and there are two opposite paths leading to them.

“We have shown him the two paths. [Al-Balad 90:10]

We showed him the Way: Whether he be grateful or ungrateful.” [Al-Insan 76:3]

The first path leads to success, the other to failure. “By the Soul and the proportion and order given to it, and its inspiration as to its wrong and its right. Truly he succeeds that purifies it and he fails that corrupts it.” [Ash-Shams 91:7-10]

Qur’an is very emphatic that those who choose the disparate paths cannot be alike, either here or in the hereafter:“Shall We treat those who believe and do good works as those who spread corruption in the earth; shall We treat the pious as the wicked?” [Sad 38:28]

“Is he who is a believer like unto him who is an evil-liver? They are not alike.” [As-Sajda 32:18]

“Is then one who does know that that which has been revealed unto you (O Muhammad), from your Lord is the Truth, like one who is blind?”[Ar-Rad 13:19]

“The Day when Man shall remember all that he strove for, and Hell-Fire shall be placed in full view for him who sees. Then, for such as had transgressed all bounds, and had preferred the life of this world, the abode will be Hell-Fire; and for such as had entertained the fear of standing before their Lord and had restrained their soul from lower desires, their abode will be the Garden.”[An-Naziat 79:35-41]

It is, then, for each one of us to make up our mind regarding our destination and to check whether we are moving in its direction. Of course, the choice would not be difficult if we were only looking at the destination. No one in his right mind would choose Hell over Heaven or eternal failure over success. But the eternal success requires us to go uphill. It takes effort and patience. The journey to hell, on the other hand, is downhill. One can just slide to it. And so, weak and prone to temptations that we are, we slip. That slip alone would not be that much of a problem, because one can also recover from it through repentance. The real problem occurs when we lose all sense of direction and purpose and start thinking that our fall is our rise.

To complicate matters further, today big outside forces are also busy at work to smooth our slide and cheer us at our fall. It is a juggernaut of unbelievable proportions and unprecedented wickedness. The television and music videos, present everywhere and all the time, are part of it. The UN Social Action Program and its plans for “development” and “empowerment” are part of it. The various NGOs working for “Human rights”, “Women’s rights”, or whatever rights, are part of it. All those propaganda pieces that praise “moderates” and demonize “fundamentalists” are part of it.

Of course none of that can do any harm to us if we are willing to cut through the haze and see things for what they are. It is Allah’s promise that both paths will remain open to us. It is our choice. The young Palestinian man who walks a mile to the mosque three to five times a day has made his choice. So have thousands upon thousands of others like him in the Ummah who have decided to shun evil and follow the path of piety and righteousness. So can the millions of others who are just wandering around.

Let us remember: we cannot get to the high ground by taking the low road. We cannot win our Creator’s pleasure by disobeying Him. We cannot enter Paradise by being ambivalent about it. The clash between the two lifestyles here is actually the clash between two afterlives. And the choice is ours.

By Khalid Baig (Taken from