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Aslaamualaikum
In the Pakistani tradition, if someone is getting married, one of the things people do is: circle money(notes) over the bride or grooms heads and then they give it to the drum player or to the bride and groom or to the poor (don’t know the exact reason for such a custom but I’ve heard it could be to remove nazar(evil eye) or protect them from Nazar or Warding off evil through charity is performed on the bride i.e. donating money circling three times on the bride’s head and then giving it to the drum player or to the bride or bride’s family/parents or to the poor etc )

The same thing as above is done with a newborn baby. The person giving the money will first circle it over the newborn baby’s head and then give it to the drum player or to the baby or baby’s family/parents or to the poor (don’t know the exact reason for such a custom but I’ve heard it could be to remove nazar(evil eye) or protect them from Nazar or Warding off evil through charity is performed on the new born baby i.e. donating money circling three times on the baby’s head and then giving it to the drum player or to the baby or baby’s family/parents or to the poor etc )

Does a person become a non-Muslim doing and believing any of the above?

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Asked on August 9, 2017 1:17 am
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Although a person does not become a non-Muslim but a Muslim must avoid these futile baseless and vain non beneficial acts of rituals and customs.

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Answered on August 17, 2017 6:36 pm