A statement of pure kufr


I used to know this man as an astute person of the deen in the past. But what he had uttered here is pure kufr, na’uzubillahi min zaalik! Does he not realise that such ambiguous statements are a total detriment to Tawhid??!! Muslims do not believe that Jesus alaihissalaam was ever killed at the cross in the first place, so how could he, by any stretch of the imagination, be “risen”? The person I knew ten years ago would never write a statement of such deviancy and white-wash it with an “Islamic” interpretation, under the guise of “building bridges between religions”!

Truly, the person in question had changed a lot over the years. I absolve myself from his actions and I swear that by God, I do not know this man!

Giving shame to Islam

When you give foot-in-the-mouth statements, such as proclaiming publicly that Muslims must undergo “cuci darah” (blood transfusion) simply because they did not know that they had consumed porcine DNA in Cadbury chocolates, one must wonder if oxygen was cut off from your brain during the session.

I’m very sure that she meant it quite literally when the mind-boggling statement was made at the press conference.