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Aslaamu alaikum
Mufti sahib I’m sorry to bother you.

If a Muslim at their workplace (schools) does certain things during the time of Christmas/Easter/Diwali and other false religions to impress their work colleagues or work Manager. For example doing activities based on Christmas/Easter/Diwali, making Christmas/Easter/Diwali displays, setting Christmas/Easter/Diwali tasks for children, going to meals at these times, dressing up for these celebrations and times, giving Christmas/Easter/Diwali cards, wishing happy Christmas/Easter/Diwali, giving and receiving chocolates and presents during these times and many other things to do with these false religions.

The Muslim does this so the work colleagues/manager are impressed and so they also think that the Muslim is making an effort and taking part during these times etc.

Does the Muslim trying to impress as explained above and doing the above or the above thinking make the Muslim a kaafir? The Muslim has no intention in believing in these false religions.

Jazakallah

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Asked on July 22, 2016 2:12 am
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Although this wretched, bootlicking fool does not leave the fold of Islaam, he becomes a major singer and gross transgressor.
This is a terrible person, setting a bad example of evil compromising.

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Answered on July 26, 2016 12:10 pm