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I respectfully disagree with this idea in my professional capacity.
A Maulana or Mufti is a professional in their field and they should know how to use the technology but no more. Those who are experts in designing should assist with the higher aspects of technology.
A Doctor knows how to use the technology but does not spend his time learning Photoshop, CSS etc.
Our Ulama are precious commodity and should spend their time in their area of expertise, others should assist with their (advance) technological needs.
The issue is due to “Hazrat-Worship” our Ulama cannot grasp this and are unable to utilise the best talent for the job. They continue to refer to Mureeds or “Hazrat Worshippers” who are not the best of breed professionals.
I know that you have a tendency to waiver but I am neither questioning your professionalism nor the sincerity of the Maulana or making a comment on your (or his) specific circumstance…Before starting an argument, please understand what I am trying to say before starting an argument...
I don't know whether your comment was directed to my graphic design Maulana Student or my Maulana Client.
Just want to clarify this for the second time...
Jazakallahu Khayran but this is not necessary and there is no need.
All I was saying to you and still saying is this:
It is a straight forward question which if you choose you can answer from Islam or from a logical perspective or you can choose not to.
Since you are a “Deobandi” you can follow the teachings of Hazrat Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi (RA) who said that sometimes these apologies are not enough. You must work to restore misunderstandings...
There is nothing wrong with disagreements in Islam and disagreement are part and parcel of life. Its emotional outbursts which ruin things.
It is very kind and gracious of you to apologise but there is really no need to apologise. I go through worse treatment and abuse on this forum all the time and it is no big deal. Jannah is not cheap!
May Allah Ta’ala give you the best of success in this world and the next (Ameen).
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.