WAS THE HILAAL SIGHTED?
OR MUST ONE FOLLOW MAKKAH?
IS IT NECESSARY TO GIVE SHAHAADAT TO THOSE WHO WANT THE MASAAJID TO BE CLOSED?
THE EIDUL ADHA 1441 MOON DEBACLE
Firstly, whenever the moon is seen daily, it is Sunnat to recite a Dua, the translation of which is: “O Allah! I seek refuge with you from the evil (sharr) of the darkness of this object (the moon).” The sharr (evil) of the moon appears to have become embedded in the brains of some entities masquerading as representatives of the Deen. It is for this reason that the moon is being utilized by the miscreant bodies for ulterior worldly and nafsaani motives to spite those who have branded them as Munaafiqeen.
Secondly, we emphasize that we do not follow the Hilaal declarations of Saudi Arabia. If Eid happens to be on the same day as Makkah, then it is due to our local sightings and not because of having a ‘unitary’ Eid with Saudi or any other country for that matter. It is Shaitaaniyyat to set aside the Shariah for the sake of ‘unity’.
Thirdly, there is no need to give Shahaadat to the Munaafiqeen who want the Masaajid to be closed. The Hilaal for Zul Hijjah has been sighted locally and reliably confirmed. We do not accept sightings from neighbouring countries.