Saad Al Hilali permits breaking the fast in Ramadan: My health is before my religion (video)

Nwafez Team

Saad Al-Hilali, a professor of comparative jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, continued his anomalous Fatwa, permitting breaking the fast in Ramadan, and said: Fasting the month of Ramadan has to do with a person’s ability to fast or his fear of it.

Al-Hilali continued in a telephone interview with the program “Al-Hekaya” on MBC Egypt, to clarify the different jurisprudence opinions on fasting Ramadan due to the Corona epidemic: “God says: (God does not cost a soul except its capacity), and he says: (And He has not placed upon you in the religion any difficulty), and everyone who speaks should speak through his religious culture, every person speaks through the perspective of himself and not from the others’s perspective. “

Pointing out that medicine has specializations, including psychiatry in the case of phobia and fear, and pointed out that the matter should be left to people to facilitate them.

Breaking the fast in Ramadan

Al-Hilali added: “The beauty of the religion of Islam is that making the assignment personal, so being able is a condition for the obligation to commission, just the fear of disease permits breakfast, for a person’s fear of disease will lift the obligation from him, and this is in all sects except Maliki.”

He continued: “My health is before my religion… My religion orders me with that. “

Al-Hilali’s fatwa came in contradiction to the Al-Azhar fatwa, which recognized that there was no relationship between fasting and the outbreak of the Corona virus, confirming the necessity of fasting Ramadan.

Obligation to fast

Last week, the “Jurisprudence Research Committee” held in Al-Azhar a meeting with doctors and representatives of the World Health Organization and a number of Sharia scholars in         Al-Azhar, and concluded that: “There is no scientific evidence, until now, that there is a link between fasting and infection of the emerging corona virus, therefore, provisions remain Islamic law regarding fasting as it is obligatory to fast on all Muslims, except those who are legally permitted to break the fast with those who are excused.

While the Secretary-General of the World Federation of Muslim Scholars, Ali Muhyiddin al-Qarah Daghi said: “History did not record, as far as I know, that the Hajj pilgrimage was totally disrupted by the plague and the like, but it was interrupted by the Carmatians for several years, because they forbade it during their abhorrent rule, as it disrupted In some countries due to the plague and the epidemic at times. “

He pointed to a historical incident about obstructing the Hajj in the sixth cholera wave in 1899, and affected the severity of the Hijaz, but Muslim scholars at that time did not miss the possibility of abandoning the Hajj.

Al-Qara Daghi added: “As for fasting, the outbreak of plague coincided several times with the month of Ramadan, but it was faster to die than to think that fasting was permissible or not.”
Saad Al-Hilali
Saad al-Hilali was famous for a number of irregular fatwas and controversial opinions, as he supported claims to equality in inheritance in Tunisia and said: “It is the right of society.”

He also stated that it is permissible to drink alcohol without wine, and the support of the state in considering oral divorce does not take place.

Indeed, Sisi and Muhammad Ibrahim described the prophets of God, Moses and Aaron, peace be upon them.

He called for the death penalty to be carried out immediately in 628 people, who was sentenced to death by a judge of the Minya Court, Yusef Saeed, at their first trial session.

He also described the dancer as a “martyr” if she died on her way to work.

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