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Many of our radio stations have non muslim experts giving their viewpoints on various issues e.g. finance. They may have ulema on the panel or come on later to discuss. We get the impression that the ulema sanction to a certain extent what the non muslims have said. This creates a confusion for us as a muslim community. Our impression is that we following the another system and not imposing our own divinely ordained system. Shouldn’t the non muslims follow our system instead of we following and sanctioning a another system. Example in finance non muslims experts will give us ways to save money in the recession, but no one will mention the value of AAMAAL as a way to resolve our financial woes. We think the Islamic radio stations are confusing the muslim communities? Please comment

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Asked on September 16, 2015 2:48 pm
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Understand a few basic points.
Firstly, our elders, like Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi (A.R.) have stated that, be weary of the Molvi who obtains a degree (B.A., M.A. etc) after passing through a Darul Uloom. Whilst a Molvi who has done a B.A etc then the Darse Nizaami, which is studied in Darul Ulooms is safer.
The above is rationale and logical.

Mufti Taqi Uthmaani (A.R.) speaks also about this and states clearly how vigilant his late father Mufti Shaafi (A.R.) was over him whilst he was pursuing his degree courses.

In many cases we sadly find that the reality of the assessment of Moulana Thanvi (A.R.) materialising.

We do not need the enemies of Islaam and humanity to lead and guide us especially in the field of economics in these days of Fitna and Fasaad.

Ulema who just not their heads saying yes are doing no good services to the Muslims.

One must not rely on the rosy glib tongue talk of the non-Muslims or those who blindly follow them.

You must take it up with the relative Radio Stations.
This matter is serious for thousands can be misled.

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Answered on September 22, 2015 6:31 pm