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#91 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 15:43
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#92 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 15:58
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The Ulama should engage with the government and work together and come to a mutual agreement and implement the necessary changes and educate the masses.

Alhumdulillah.
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#93 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 16:17
JazakAllah Muadh for sharing the image of Pakistan.

London Underground after the Lockdown


Pakistani Masjid after Lockdown


Who is civilised?

MashaAllah, if there is one place on earth where there can be crowd control, then that is the house of Allah!

Let's pray to Allah that this idea spreads across the world and Ulama and governing bodies allow the Masjids to remain open.

I accept that most mosques in colder parts of the world cannot remove the carpets, but each individual could wear their masks and make sajdah on their own napkins etc.

I hope the Muslims of Pakistan remain steadfast in their actions.
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#94 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 16:24
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I don't expect this discipline from rest of Pakistani masajid.
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#95 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 16:29
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Then the least you can do is pray for it and be hopeful.
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#96 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 16:34
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This is like, I know my younger brother is not a good swimmer, I push him into river stream and do dua.

What is wrong if we pray at home. We are doing it here in India in accordance with Shariah, absolutely nothing wrong.

My view is that, Zealots in Pakistan are pushing and compelling the ulema to take these decisions. And these zealots are not accountable, ulema will be made accountable.
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#97 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 16:42
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They are setting precautions!

I would also throw my brother into the river, but with a dingy (tyre, as they call it in Pakistan) but there would need to be a reason for me to do so.

The virus is not airborne and can only be caught in certain circumstances.

That is not suicide, but jumping or throwing someone into the river without experience or precaution, is suicide / murder.
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#98 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 16:57
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We have Molana saad sab's bitter experience before us.
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#99 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 17:01
It would have been better if ulema would have declared that:
obligation of visiting masjid is withheld, but whoever wants to visit masjid must follow these guidelines.
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#100 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 17:01
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Big difference
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#101 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 17:03
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The same case of proving their tawakkul.
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#102 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 17:10
Ulema would not have argued that when imam barah, malls are open then why not masjid.
Masjid would've been closed with logic and with a purpose.
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#103 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 17:19
Instead of second-guessing ulema if everyone of the mosque-goers focuses on following these precautions themselves, whether others are following or not, then ultimately everyone will end up adhering to these rules.

It's not like there's total pandemonium. A lot of the big supermarkets here in Karachi have been open since the first day of lockdown and I have witnessed them myself standing in long lines, an appropriate distant apart, waiting for their turn. Of course, there are also people who blatantly disregard such rules, but if those who are following the rules take it upon themselves to shame those who aren't a lot of discipline can be achieved.
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#104 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 17:29
I heard this: Hazrath Umar RA was asked to withdraw the concession of Qasar for travelers, arguing that the roads are peaceful now, things have changed now. May Allah SWT reward Hazrath Umar RA, he said "When shariah has given concession, continue to use it"
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#105 [Permalink] Posted on 18th April 2020 18:06
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How about if a person had a gun with unlimited ammo, and he is shooting randomly in a masjid. It is only is Allah wills that 1) the bullet will hit you and 2) the bullet will hit you in a critical area and 3) that wound will be the cause of your death.

Since everything is in Allah's control, what should one do in this scenario? Have tawakul and go in the masjid? Or adopt the means of not going to masjid and have tawakul?

Only Allah determines if someone becomes exposed to a contagious disease, and if he then fights it off and or he contracts it. And then it is Allah's will if the person dies or not. But in the name of tawakul we shouldn't go and hug a person that is sick with a potentially deadly disease ,or let him breathe on us.

Yes in this case we aren't quite sure who has the disease or not. But we have the examples of other countries in front of us.
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