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THE EVIL OF DIGITAL PICTURES OF ANIMATE BEINGS

The following example of a Fatwa is fully derived from, based on, and in complete conformity with the absurd, incongruous, and illogical Fatwas on Tasweer (image/picture-making) issued by Hadhrat Mufti Taqi Saheb and Hadhrat Mufti Rafi Saheb – henceforth referred to as the ‘venerable Muftiyayn’. It is NOT to be implemented regardless of the countless “Maulanas” and “Muftis” today who may have adopted a position similarly incongruous to this Fatwa. It is purely for illustration purposes:

Q. I have a couple of cushions, in my house, on which are a few innocent, decorative pictures of animals. Is this permissible? I have seen many people, even scholars, having photographs and paintings displayed in their house. Also, I have plastered every single wall of my house with plasma screens displaying live and recorded images of humans and animal wildlife. Is this permissible? Will the angels of mercy be able to enter my house? Continue reading

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PICTURE-MAKING AND THE TRASH ARGUMENTS OF THE MISCREANT MUFTIS

“There is Ijma’ of all our Akaabireen of Deoband that all forms of pictures of animate objects, including television pictures, and pictures which will be manufactured by technology in the future, are HARAAM. The Molvies of Deoband of the current time are not necessarily Ulama of Deoband. Salafi’ism, liberalism, modernism and worldly objectives are diseases which are gnawing at the Imaan and Maslak of Deoband. Most Madaaris which are nowadays aligning themselves to Deoband, have extremely little in common with the Darul Uloom and Maslak established by the Akaabir more than a century ago…”

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