EX-MUFTI ZUBAIR BHAYAT, EX-MUFTI TAQI & OTHER BE-HAYAA (SHAMELESS) FUSSAAQ FLAGRANTLY LECTURING WOMEN!!! AND EVEN LOOKING AT THE WOMENS’ FACES??? IS THE SO-CALLED ‘MUFTI’ TAQI A PROPER AALIM??? OPENLY SPEAKING TO A WOMAN FOR MORE THAN 30 MINUTES AND EVEN LOOKING AT HER FACE? OPENLY VIOLATING THE LAWS OF HIJAAB!Read More →

SHAMELESS CONFERENCES THE ZINDEEQ-JAAHILAAT WOMEN-OF-SHAYTAAN DISGRUNTLED WITH THE PATRIARCHAL SYSTEM OF ALLAH, THE QUR’AANIC LAWS OF HIJAAB & THE SAHAABAH (RADHIYALLAHU ANHUM) WHO BANNED WOMEN FROM THE MASAAJID.   Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam said: “This Ilm (of the Shariah) will be borne by the pious of every successive generation.  TheyRead More →

ZINA VALENTINE’S DAY A DAY OF SHAITAANIYYAT & HARAAM ZINA Allah Ta’ala says: “And do not go even near to Zina. Verily, it is shameless and an evil way.”   In another Aayah, Allah Ta’ala states: “Do not incline towards the Zaalimeen (oppressors).” There is no place for be-hayaai (shamelessness)Read More →

   PURDAH (HIJAAB) & HONOUR Even if the Shariah had not ordered purdah (hijaab), then too honour demands that others do not see a woman. Money is an inferior commodity. However, it is concealed from others and well-guarded. Woman deserves greater care and protection than money. The Fuqaha are theRead More →

HARAAM SHAMELESS GIRLS HIFZ JALSAH PROGRAM AT BMJ HALL & MASJID E NUR!!!   Allah Ta’ala states in the Qur’aan Majeed: “We fling the Haqq on Baatil. Then it smashes it’s (i.e. Baatil’s) brains out. Then suddenly it vanishes.” (Surah Ambiyaa, Aayat 18)   Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam said: “HeRead More →

MALTREATING WIVES It is stated in the Hadith: “Treat well women (i.e. your wives) because they are (like) prisoners by you.” It is dishonourable (and cowardly) to maltreat a prisoner who is within one’s control. The term ‘awaan’ (in the Hadith translated as ‘prisoners’) also indicates the need for Purdah.Read More →

WHEN TO BEGIN PURDAH A girl should begin observing purdah for strangers even before she reaches seven years, and for relatives from the age of seven. I believe that as long as a girl has not adopted purdah, she should not be allowed to wear even a bangle. Her clothes too shouldRead More →