Fatwa | Hafiz Saeed is Anti-Islam, Should not be Considered Muslim, Contact with him is HARAM

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Published in Pakistan
Friday, 19 August 2016

A Islamic Sunni Seminary (Madressa) on Thursday issued a ‘fatwa’ (edict) against Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) Chief Hafiz Saeed declaring him anti-Islamic.

Mufti Mohammed Saleem Barelvi of Islamic seminary in Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh issued the ‘fatwa’ against the Saeed.

The decree professes Saeed as “outcast” from Islam and following him or considering him as Muslim is considered "Haraam" (Illegal/forbidden).

The ‘fatwa’ was issued by Manzar-e-Islam Saudagaran, an institution associated with Dargah Ala Hazrat, in a reply to a question asked by Mohd Moinuddin of Jaipur. It said Saeed has no connection with Islam.

Moinuddin had mentioned in his query that Saeed considered those writing against Allah and Prophet Mohammad as Muslims. Besides, he publicised anti-religious ideology and points of view and provoked people to create terror.

He asked whether such a person should be considered as Muslim.

In his ‘fatwa’, Mufti Saleem said that having any type of connection with persons working against the dignity of Allah and the Prophet was illegal and ‘haraam’, an act that is forbidden by Allah.

It said since Saeed was having contacts with such persons, he has been outcast from Islam.

It said that considering him as Muslim and listening to his words was also illegal and prohibited.

As per the fatwa, Saeed was a man with terrorist ideology, who with his acts has brought infamy to Islam and Muslims across the world. Therefore, it was compulsory for every Muslim not to follow him and keep away from his ideology.

Jamaat ud Dawa is a proscribed organization in Pakistan yet has the freedom to roam the streets of Pakistan. They openly organize procession and rallies across the state with demands put forth the regime.

In a recent event held under the banner of ‘Defence Council of Pakistan’ in Karachi on Sunday, Saeed had claimed, “Kashmiris had announced before the partition that they wanted to remain with Pakistan. But after the partition, India forcibly sent Army to Jammu and Kashmir. On this Quaid-e-Azam, Mohammad Ali Jinnah ordered his commander-in-chief to respond by sending troops but he refused (to obey his orders). Now, I ask Gen Raheel Sharif to send troops in (Jammu and) Kashmir as Quaid-e-Azam’s order is pending,” Saeed said.

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