Teaching a lesson on Nuh (a.s)

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Sorry to take up your time. It’s a similar query to the last one but with some extra information.
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A Muslim teacher is telling/reading the story of Nuh (a.s) and he thinks twice before he verbally says things because there is another adult and non Muslim children present in class. For example he says, ‘God’ instead of ‘Allah,’ e.g. ‘Nuh’s message was to worship God.’

The Muslim teacher thought twice about verbally saying things like, ‘Nuh was sent to stop people from worshipping idols and multiple Gods. And was sent to believe/worship one God, Allah.’

Or when he did verbally say such statements as above he stopped half way through his sentence and thought to himself, ‘shall I say it’, and then continued. All because of having fear about what others might think or say and Just in case someone in class did worship idols or did not want to offend anyone or he did not want anyone to go and complain about him on how he was telling the story of Nuh (as).

Or the Muslim teacher stopped halfway through his sentences (similar to the above statements/sentences) and did not finish off his sentences because of having fear about what others might think or say.

Or instead of verbally saying the above statements/sentences he either changes it halfway through the sentence or changes it slightly and verbally says it in a general way e.g. ‘Nuh was sent to people to tell them to do good and not bad,’ instead of mentioning idols and Allah’s name.

Does the Muslim teacher become a kaafir by any of the above or verbal sayings or how he thought twice about saying things because of having fear about what others might think or say?

The Muslim has no intention of kufr and has no disrespect for any of our prophets.


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Asked on July 24, 2016 3:27 pm
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No. He does not become a Kaafir. Why are you pursuing this?

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Answered on August 1, 2016 2:52 pm