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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 16th January 2021 19:55
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Any details on which vaccine it was?

What is the definition of “common” for frequency of reported adverse effects?

Any further details on how suspicion in contributing to causality of death was established?

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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 16th January 2021 21:55
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Pfizer and BioNTech are working with the Norwegian regulator to investigate the deaths in Norway, Pfizer said in an e-mailed statement. The agency found that "the number of incidents so far is not alarming, and in line with expectations," Pfizer said.

This short paragraph says a lot and unfortunately, this is common knowledge and expected.

"Not alarming an in line with expectations"

But for me, the fact that they were Frail and Elderly surely would've been a decision that should not have been taken lightly. But I'm not qualified to have a say.
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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 17th January 2021 05:42
We have members on this forum who are qualified doctors. Perhaps one of them could weigh in with their opinions.
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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 17th January 2021 18:47
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@abuzayd, this is your mindset. Closed!
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Brother super glue is absolutely right about me. No amount of evidence in any way, shape or form is going to get me to change my opinion, and since this is not an issue of either aqeedah or fiqh, i hope you'll allow me my ignorance and obstinacy


Although this is a different subject matter. What guarantee is there you will even take their advise, regardless of whatever it is.
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#35 [Permalink] Posted on 20th January 2021 03:35
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Salam

I'm flattered you kept that quote for reference. Perhaps, remember me in your prayers as well?
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 20th January 2021 12:26
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In my profession, memory is essential.

Analysis is essential

Understanding is essential

You ask if the Doctors of this forum could give their insight.

Have your considered their consequences if they were to speak out if they knew anything?

If they speak out or speak up, they could put their own lives at risk and potentially be struck of from their profession.

Have you thought of that?

If they are stuck off, your mentor Muadh_Khan will dismiss everything they say because of it.


I'll keep my qualifications in my filing cabinet. This will protect me, my profession, my name but most importantly it will help others see the reality that is hitting the world.

So many people all falling for the coming of the anti Christ
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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2021 15:03
www.arabnews.com/node/1797626/world

UK faith leaders crucial to vaccine uptake, minister says

LONDON: Britain’s Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has said that faith leaders will play a “vital role” in ensuring vaccine uptake across the country as he visited the UK’s first vaccination center to open in a mosque.

Jenrick’s comments come amid growing fears that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Britons are rejecting vaccines against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) due to conspiracy theories being spread on WhatsApp and social media platforms.

A study by the Royal Society for Public Health found that just 57 percent of BAME people would take the vaccine, compared with 79 percent of white Britons.

Jenrick met with the imam and other community members at the Al-Abbas Islamic Center in Balsall Heath, Birmingham, where a new vaccination center has been set up.

The minister said: “It is absolutely brilliant to see faith communities like this stepping up and playing their part in the vaccine program. We have to build trust, ensure that we counter misinformation and ensure that everyone, regardless of their faith, regardless of what community they’re from, gets access to the program.”

Imam Qari Asim, chairman of the Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board, said some people who initially resisted getting a COVID-19 vaccine have now decided to get an inoculation because of the center opening at Al-Abbas Islamic Centre.

Asim, who is leading an initiative to get imams and mosques to tackle anti-vaccination conspiracy theories, said: “We are urging places of worship and community hubs to be used as vaccination centres to inspire confidence in communities.


“As an Imam, my message is simple: Do not trust fake news.”

He added: “Verify before you amplify. Taking the vaccine is currently the only available solution to defeating COVID-19, to save thousands of precious lives and be with our loved ones again.”

Jonathan Kitson, a fellow at the London-based Adam Smith Institute, told Arab News: “An urgent and broad vaccine rollout is needed to end this pandemic. If we are to successfully overcome the challenges of COVID-19, the government must ensure that all religious communities are given the vaccine.”

He added: “Faith leaders must challenge any conspiracy theories about vaccinations head on to prevent a limited rollout of inoculations.”

Dr. Stuart Ritchie, a lecturer at King's College London, told Arab News: "Despite a lot of the rumours circulating, the evidence shows that all the vaccines in the UK so far are safe and effective. The only way to put this pandemic behind us is if the vast, vast majority of people in the country get vaccinated — so getting the vaccine to all communities and minorities is absolutely crucial."

Jenrick said he hoped more vaccination centers would open up in cathedrals, synagogues and mosques: “Faith leaders are helping build trust in the community and saving lives by encouraging take-up of the vaccine.”

He added: “The more that we are able to do that, the quicker we will be able to lift these restrictions.”

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This Imaam unfortunately is very moisten and has fallen for the non sense pushed out, he should do as his Deen expects of him and that is to investigate and verify information.

He could start be watching the videos shared on this forum.

www.muftisays.com/forums/93-truth-or-hoax--islamic-topics...
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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2021 16:14
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Taking the vaccine is currently the only available solution to defeating COVID-19, to save thousands of precious lives and be with our loved ones again

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#39 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2021 20:39
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This Imaam unfortunately is very moisten and has fallen for the non sense pushed out, he should do as his Deen expects of him and that is to investigate and verify information.

Moisten?

Typo I guess. Mistaken or Misled? But lol Moisten fits well too :)
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#40 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2021 01:52
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How does a person demonstrate ability to understand something. No such thing exists.

All examination grading in academia is based on this.
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#41 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2021 05:26
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I'm sorry, I didn't take that into consideration.
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#42 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd May 2021 14:28
Hotels have parties but Masjid is attacked by authorities for COVID REASONS
Anyone wanna try defend these actions in the name of a "virus" and "pandemic"?

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Bu görüntüler Çin yada İsrailden değil TÜRKİYE’den yazıklar olsun! Antalyada otelde partiler yapılıyor burda camiide vatandaşa biber gazı sıkılıyor işte ülkemizi bu zorona yalanıyla işgal ediyorlar hep anlattık komplocu dediler küfür ettiler yılmadık hala anlamadınız mı biz Türk milletini virüs olarak görüyorlar dünyanın hiç bir yerinde böyle baskılar yok asıl hedef bizlermişiz gibi çalışıyorlar


Google Translate:
These images are not from China or Israel, but from Turkey! Parties are held at the hotel in Antalya, but here in the mosque, citizens are sprayed with tear gas, they are invading our country with this zorona lie, we have always told them they said conspirators, they swore, did not we still understand, they see the Turkish nation as a virus.

Video: www.instagram.com/p/COaJqvGD6Q9/
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