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Aslaamualaikim
How are you mufti Sahib?

1) If a Muslim has a relax attitude towards kufr celebrations such as Christmas, Diwali, Easter etc. And if the Muslim gives presents, chocolates, cards to friends, neighbours, colleagues and wishes and says ‘merry Christmas, happy Easter, happy Diwali etc. Does all the above mentioned make the Muslim a kaafir?

2) If a Muslim wife is invited by her brothers to a Christmas dinner. At this dinner food is served, presents given to children. Also the wife is asked to dress up as Santa Claus (father Christmas) and she dresses up as Santa Claus and give presents to children. If the wife attends with no intention of kufr and no intention of believing in Christmas but with a relaxed attitude towards such celebrations and does any of the above. Does any of this make her a kaafir?

3) If a Muslim wife is invited by her brothers to a Christmas dinner. At this dinner food is served, presents given to children etc. And the wife says to her brothers ‘my husband doesn’t allow me to come to such a dinner/meal otherwise I would come’ . Does the wife saying this make her a kaafir although she has no intention of life or has no intention of believing in such life celebrations.

Jazakala

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Asked on November 23, 2015 9:09 pm
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1) Although it does not make him a Kaafir but he is committing a major sin. We fear for the safety of his Imaan.
2) As (1). She is on the brink of Kufr. We fear that she may die not as a Muslim.
3) Let alone her husband, Islaam does not allow this. So much of sin is done in these functions in so little time. This participation must stop.

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Answered on December 3, 2015 4:55 pm