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Waz and religious restrictions on YouTube

Waz mahfils are held all over the country. Waze has various comedies like, either obscene gestures or flashy narratives of obscene stories. Many speakers do not have restraint, especially when talking about women. From the fictional stories of Radha Krishna to the Hindu Puranas and Muslim Puranas, many stories are told with gusto. The most well-known story from Muslim mythology is the story of Laili-Majnoor. How Majnu named Kayes fell in love with a Bedouin girl named Laili. And how he used to kiss Lily’s alley dog’s legs .. etc. The names of Yusuf-Zulekha, Shiri-Farhad, Hashem-Salma are also used in many love stories. At the end of all these stories, the speaker gives the words of Allah love. If the love of a little woman is like that, then how deep and sweet is the love of God? Subhanallah. There is no need to describe all the obscene conversations that take place in these religious waz mahfils and the things that insult women or gods and goddesses of other religions. Mahfil culture of our country with all this. But today we want to discuss a different topic.

The speakers of the mahfil took a large sum of money based on the contract in exchange for Waz. Distribute guidance in exchange for money. Its validity can be deduced from the gaps in the book of fiqh. But don’t stop there. Each speaker has its own YouTube channel. There is a Facebook page. Many young emerging vaizins are also active on Twitter and Instagram. The big speakers hold three or four mahfils every day. Take all the video recording equipment with you for capturing each mahfil. He took the exchange of waz once from the mahfil committee, then left it on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to earn more money from this one waz. Huzur’s mobile number is given in the video image of Waz. Speakers are invited to the gatherings by looking at the speaker’s mobile number on YouTube. The speakers are making short video clips by cutting a waz of two hours and releasing them on their YouTube channel. It is seen that more money comes from Facebook or YouTube than the money given by Mahfil Committee in exchange of Waz. If you say something, you will come out and say that all this is being done for the purpose of spreading Islam.

Respected speakers, if you really want to spread Islam, you must refrain from un-Islamic activities at all costs. First of all, it is not permissible in Islam to record a video of Waz. Darul Uloom Deoband has a fatwa in this regard. Deoband’s fatwa in this regard is still valid today. You talk about Deoband in words but you do not care about Deoband’s fatwa. How will ordinary people accept your words if you do such double standards? Without video, only audio can be broadcast on YouTube, but there is a fear of lack of views, so you break the fatwa and record the video.

The second thing is that in the interest of spreading Islam, Waizin is not stopping with the video of their waz mahfil, they are earning enough money from here. Its advertising is a means of earning money from WAZ on YouTube. But do the Waizins think that the advertisements that occasionally appear on Waz are not Shari’a at all? They do not spread obscenity in the name of spreading Islam? Suppose you are listening to the melodious voice of a speaker about the extreme condition of the Hereafter. Tears came to your eyes when you heard the description of the grave resurrection Mian Pulsirat, at which time a half-naked dancer appeared in a product advertisement. This is a mixture of halal and haram. Is this earning being halal? Has any Mufti declared this money as halal? Allah, the Exalted, says in the Holy Qur’an: “For those who seek to spread obscenity among the believers, there is a painful punishment in this world and in the Hereafter.” [Surah Noor, verse 19] And inconsistent opposition and associating anything with Allah, of which He has not sent any proof, and saying about Allah that which you do not know. [Surah A’raf, verse: 33]

Numerous such verses and hadiths have been instructed to refrain from obscene words and deeds. Therefore, those who want to spread Islam must refrain from working against Islam. Waz Nasihat in particular is a very important issue. Waz exhorts that man cannot do that. Prophets used to call people for guidance. That is Waz in the current terminology. Its importance from a religious point of view is immense. It is very important to protect it from any mixture of sins.

One is not praying, the other is praying without aju. If you do not pray, it will be a sin, but you will not lose faith. But if one prays without aju, one loses faith. In Bengali, it is better to be present than to be rude. No one will be guilty if they do not upload the video of Waz, but if someone uploads the video of Waz and keeps the door of haram advertisement open in the hope of extra money, then it will be a great sin. The Holy Qur’an forbids this mixture of good and evil, truth and falsehood, truth and falsehood. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And do not mix up the truth with falsehood and do not conceal the truth knowingly.” [Surat al-Baqara, verse 42] The only recompense for those who do so is humiliation in this world and on the Day of Resurrection they will be thrown into the most severe punishment. God is not unaware of what they do. [Surat al-Baqara, verse 65] This is how Islam is being used nowadays. Ramarama business is going on with Quran and Hadith. Everyone is using Quran Hadith Waz Nasihat for their own benefit. To these waizins, now the grave of Allah, the Messenger of Allah, has become bigger than Paradise, Hell and the Hereafter. Perhaps this is why Allah (swt) has mentioned these religious businessmen in the Holy Qur’an. Irshad is – ‘The Book which Allah has sent down, those who keep it secret and accept a small price in return, they do not fill their bellies with anything but fire. GOD will not speak to them on the Day of Resurrection, nor will He purify them. For them is a painful punishment. They have bought error for righteousness and punishment for forgiveness; How patient they are to endure the fire. [Surat al-Baqara, verses: 164-185]
May Allah (SWT) protect us all. Amen.



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