Fatwa Factory: Hair dye, women recept...

Fatwa Factory: Hair dye, women receptionists,'un-Islamic'

There are 8 comments on the Rediff.com story from Dec 11, 2012, titled Fatwa Factory: Hair dye, women receptionists,'un-Islamic'. In it, Rediff.com reports that:

The leading Islamic seminary, the Darul Uloom Deoband has now issued a fatwa against dyeing dyeing hair black.

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“Mad as Hell”

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#1 Dec 11, 2012
By linking these trivial fatwas to religion (islam), it makes Islam look ridiculous.

In the ancient world the priests were the only source of knowledge (hence the popularity and birth of religion), but now there is an infinite range of sources from which to learn.

Leave the past behind.
http://ffrf.org/

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#2 Dec 11, 2012
Muslims have a fatwa for everything. What can you expect from an evil cult that was made by men for men? How about a fatwa against Muslim men having peckers????

Since: Oct 06

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#3 Dec 11, 2012
The Koran itself is a cacophony of superfluous nonsense....along with a lot of violence and hatred.

We shouldn't be surprised that Muslims are still the same today.

Since: Sep 09

Hollywood, FL

#4 Dec 12, 2012
I made a Fatwa ....then I flushed it.
lollipop

Wayne, PA

#5 Dec 12, 2012
hehe
it's getting more funny day by day
george whyte

Lincoln, UK

#6 Dec 21, 2012
Clerics issue fatwa against making films of ceremonies
A new fatwa by the prestigious Islamic seminary Darul Uloom, Deoband, has said that videography conducted at any ceremony or function is wrong in the eyes of shariat and should be avoided.

The religious decree was issued in response to a query by a resident of Pakistan by the Darul Ifta of the Uttar Pradesh-based seminary a few days ago.

The questioner wanted to know if making video of a ceremony and deriving income from such videography was proper in the eyes of Islam.

The clerics of the seminary replied that it was ‘un-Islamic’ and must be avoided. They said the income derived from doing so was also wrong.

“According to Islam, pictures and photographs are improper and hence any income from them will also be improper,” said senior cleric Maulana Mufti Arif Quasmi.

He, however, made it clear that pasting photographs on passports and other documents was permitted. The seminary is known for issuing fatwas at regular intervals, some of them on trivial social issues.

Many fatwas issued by Darul Uloom have drawn flak from a section of the Muslim community and the clergy.

Earlier, the seminary had said that a Muslim woman cannot work as receptionists as it was against the shariat or Islamic laws. It said the religion did not permit women from appearing before men without veil.
kafir girl

United States

#7 Dec 21, 2012
Fatwa that no toilet to be used by girls to wipe ass after a dump. Women are forbidden to use toilet paper , the reason the fatwa says is because paper damages the birthing organs

Since: Oct 06

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#8 Mar 3, 2013
animals against islam wrote:
By linking these trivial fatwas to religion (islam), it makes Islam look ridiculous.
In the ancient world the priests were the only source of knowledge (hence the popularity and birth of religion), but now there is an infinite range of sources from which to learn.
Leave the past behind.
http://ffrf.org/
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