Question ID: 19236
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Asllamu alaikum
I pray you are well. Sorry to trouble you again. Thank you for the reply to the previous question. I have copied and pasted your answer to the last question below. Please could you clarify. Does the person become a kaafir?
The Muslim fully believes that only Allah gives cure and not a peer/holy person or holy sand from a peer.

Previous question and answer copied and pasted below:
Question ID: 19183
Aslaamualaikum
A Muslim was given some ‘haak’ (holy sand) for shifaa/cure from a peer/holy persons darbaar(peer/holy persons grave) based in Pakistan. The muslim did not want to say anything bad about the holy sand just in case its a sin if he says anything bad. Although the Muslim believes that only Allah gives shifaa.

So the Muslim said: ‘if something Islamic (quranic words, Duas etc) is read on the holy sand by a peer/holy person then it’s allowed or it will give shifaa.’

Does the Muslim become a kaafir by saying the above?
The Muslim fully believes that only Allah gives cure and not a peer/holy person or holy sand from a peer.
Jazakallah

Answer:
By way of treatment, one can read and blow on water, fluid, sand and apply.
Even one can blow on ones medication.
Avoid having the belief that sand from ‘Darbar’ is blessed.

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Asked on February 10, 2016 12:23 am
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The person does not become a Kaafir (Non-Muslim). He must not hold the belief that sand from the ‘Darbar’ is blessed.

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Answered on March 14, 2016 4:19 pm