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Now Javed Akhtar and Salim Khan have strongly opposed the Fatwa issued by DEOBAND as women's earning as HARAAM. Does Javed saab and Salim saab have any right to interfere to oppose what is written in Quran. Are this people trying to tell that what DEOBAND said is wrong.

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Asked by satishraj medapatla, 19 May '10 04:04 pm
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Javed Saab and Salim Saab are the Bollywood celebrities and have political support. They can raise voice against any statement on behalf of the Community. Neither we have read Fatwa nor we have read Quran. I agree with Ansari Saab, that Quran is indepth doctrine and Islamic people have all the rights to preseve the Community Culture. It is the ISLAMIC COMMUNITY TO DECIDE..We outsiders have no business to interfer in their Community matters.
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 19 May '10 05:33 pm

 
  
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This is a case of smoke without any fire. First question is , what exactly did 'DEOBAND' say. Does anyone know the truth. They themselves have categorically stated that no fatwa was issued. This is a news that was created in the fertile minds of the media.

If the Darul-uloom-deoband themselves said that no fatwa was issued by them, then there is no need to argue wether they were right or wrong.
Answered by RAJAN MHAMAI, 19 May '10 06:05 pm

 
  
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Quran ko samajhna har kisi ke bas ki baat nahi. Ek-ek baat apne ander bahut kuch samete huye hai. Aap sirf ek line parhkar poore islaam ko uski shakl nahi de sakte...Log aksar yahi galti karte hain.... Woh kehte hain hamne Quran parha hai aur woh us parhe huye ko waise explain karte hain jaisa unke dimaag mein aata hai. Aksar ye explaination haqeeqt se bahut door hoti hai.... In nasamajh parhe likhon ki wajah se hi Islam badnaam hai... warna Quran mein aisi koi baat nahi hai jis par koi ungli utha sake............
Answered by Ahsaan Ansari, 19 May '10 04:12 pm

 
  
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No one can ever find a single mistake in Holy Quran..since 1400 years nobody was ever able to find fault with it...If it is said clearly in Quran about a statement, it is valid till the end of times..the problem comes when people, the so called educated one can't use their reasoning power sufficiently to rightly interpret meaning of the statement..since it is made valid till end of times, a statement will become valid for every age and times as it is pertinent to the situation...explanation of those statements should be made very carefully and should only be done by eminent scholars of Islam who know the whole history of it and are correct persons to make interpretations...few misguided people even from muslim community tend to contradict Quran and gain popularity in public like taslima nasreen and salman rushdi..I don't know what was the fatwa about and what references from Quran were used..but I can say that if it is issued by mutual consent among eminent scholars of Islam then there ...more
Answered by Jafar Basha, 19 May '10 07:31 pm

 
  
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I am not sure about the dictates of the Holy Quran.But another group of Muslim clergies n intellectuals have come out openly in support of Javed Saheb.Besides,Javed Saheb is an intellectual n a person who always desire development of the Muslim community.Dear friend...don't u think the Fatwa barring girls working with boys is onsolate in a globalised era?Do u support illiteracy of Muslim boys n girls?Is it not the main cause of the under development of the Muslims?So,please look around n support Javed Saheb for the benefit of the Muslim community.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 19 May '10 04:14 pm

 
  
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The first wife of Prophet Mohammed (mpoh) Bibi Khadeeja was widow and she was a business woman.
By Marrying her Prophet Mohammed left three very good examples.
1. Widow can marry once again.
2. He married a lady older than his age because she was 40 and he was 25 that means a muslim
can marry a lady older than his age
3. A Widow lady can do business to take care of children. As prophet Mohammed him self married a
a business woman where is the question of haram and halal.
Answered by Mohammed Hussamuddin, 22 May '10 08:06 pm

 
  
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