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#76 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:05
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You have misunderstood the title of that article.
It is a sacarstic comment but in essence rejecting the fact.

That Allah is Qadir and Allah is Ghalib.

Innallaha ala Kulli Shayin Qadeer.
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#77 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:08
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He could be sarcastic, but it has become true.... See the fate of New York. It is Allah's qudrath to keep control or leave it uncontrolled.
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#78 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:11
The real problem has been the secularist liberals and the outright atheists. Called for the lock down of Masjids at the very outset. But seemed to have no problem with Shopping Malls and Schools, colleges, markets, cinemas and nightclubs remaining open.

So the public saw through this hypocrisy and double standards. And have responded with defiance the Ulemah have followed suit.

Now these modernists and atheists are taking to social media and the mainstream media. To mock the Ulemah and Islam for being backward.
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#79 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:17
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My brother somethings being lost in translation here.

Their is a difference in the following two sentences.

(1) "God has decided not to control it."

(2) "God has lost Control."

The second one means "lost control" that God no longer has the have the power to control it. ( Astaghfirullah.)

That was the headline of the article.

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#80 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:19
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If locking masajid is with reason, let us accept it. Let us demonstrate that we care for humanity. We are not selfish bigots. Our deen teaches us to take care of other members in society although it hurts us a lot by not going to masjid or not doing tawaf.

Allah is taking care............. It is clearly visible......Inallaha khairul maakireen. In the past, We were wondering how Allah will take care of zaalims around the world. He did it through his invisible makhlooq.... Innallah ala kulli shayyin qadeer.
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#81 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:21
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We take the first meaning "Allah has made it to go out of control"... That is Laa ilaha illallah.
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#82 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:28
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You mighy take the first meaning but that was not the one the New York Times was intending to express.

Secondly millions of people are poor and live day to day. They earn money in the day and buy groceries and food with the money they earn in the evening.

Social distancing might be a protection for rich people and rich countries not in poor countries.

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#83 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:32
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The innocents are just getting the heat. The fire has engulfed the zaalims.

We can say "innocents are caught in the cross fire between zaalims and Allah SWT"
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#84 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 11:55
کورونا: حکومت اور علما کا اجتماعی سحری، افطاری سے گریز کر نے پر اتفاق، 20 نکاتی تجاویز کا اعلان
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#85 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 12:41
A couple of posts have been missed by readers on the previous page, posted by DawudIsrael. These were pending and now authorised.

Please go back one page to read them and hear the youtube link.
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#86 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 14:29
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I agree with this brother.

Assume, I am infected, how I think. "Ya Allah I am infected, there is no cure for this. Only your darbar is left, I am coming to your darbar, accept my prayers and give me shifaa. If not in Ramadhan when shall I visit your darbar".

I am infecting the entire place in the masjid. I touch the hand rails near the staircase etc. These hand rails are the first thing the crowd touches. Everyone in the crowd SHALL get infected. But I must get shifaa.

This is not fiction. In the past I have experienced many people doing this.
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#87 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 14:42
So I am a bit confused here. According to you above Allah still is in total control of the situation i.e. the pandemic. Which is the absolute truth. But then you say everyone SHALL get infected if an infected person goes to the mosque. So which is it? Does Allah relent the control in that moment that an infected person entered a crowd? Or is He still very much in control of the events? If the latter, then how can you be certain that an infected person is BOUND to spread the infection?
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#88 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 14:45
President of Pakistan in consultation with WHO and Ulama

www.youtube.com/watch?edufilter=NULL&...

  • There would be no carpets in mosques and imam bargahs. People would be encouraged to bring their own prayer mats.
  • Social distancing would be observed in rows and during prayers.
  • People would be advised to refrain from talking and discussions in mosques.
  • Mosques which have compounds would hold prayers outside rather than inside the building.
  • Elderly (over 50), Children and sick people would not come to mosques.
  • Taraweeh preparations would be made only in mosque premises, not on roads.
  • People would be encouraged to offer Taraweeh at home.
  • Mosque floors would be washed with chlorine disinfectants.
  • Prayer mats would also be disinfected with chlorine mixture.
  • Congregational rows would be formed with a 6ft distance be between worshippers.
  • Committees would be formed to ensure preventive steps are followed.
  • Ablution should be performed at home.
  • It would be necessary to wear masks at mosques.
  • No handshakes or hugs would be allowed.
  • Worshippers would refrain from touching their faces.
  • People would be encouraged to aitekaf at home.
  • No preparations for sehri and iftaari would be made in mosques to avoid overcorwding.
  • Mosque administration would remain in contact with local police administration and cooperate with them.
  • Mosque administration and police would be asked to ensure that social distancing is maintained during prayers.
  • Government could review and change any part of its policy on mosques during Ramazan if it felt these measures were not being followed or the rise in cases was exponential.


WHO guidelines for Ramadhan

See mitigation measures...

apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/331767/WHO-2019-...

Shaykhul-Islam (Mufti) Taqi Usmani (HA)

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Maghrib Salah from Darul-uloom Karachi as per the agreement:



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You can follow Vimeo and Youtube while we will follow WHO and expert and verified guidance on the issue!

apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/331767/WHO-2019-...


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#89 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 14:51
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Fuqha from salaf period have stopped person with contagious diseases from entering masjid. They had knowledge of tawakkul better than us.

One scholar was saying "dawa khana sunnat hai, parhez karna wajib hai". To take medicine is sunnah, to take precaution is wajib. There are many stories from seerah. A sahabi had eye infection. Rasulullah SAS objected for he was eating dates.

There are many tawakkul lessons by Mufti Taqi Usmani sab DB and other ulema.
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#90 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 15:12
Mufti Taqi Usmani sab is discussing about tawakkul.

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