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FROM DARUL ULOOM DEOBAND
English Translation Edited by:
Mufti Afzal Hoosen Elias (May Allaah protect him)
Honourable Mufteen, Darul Uloom Deoband
Assalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullah
My question is that how is Dr. Zakir Naik? Are his beliefs in accordance to those of the Ahl us Sunnah wal Jama’ah? Are his views on Hadith and Tafseer reliable or not? What is his path in Fiqh? Which Imam does he follow? Can we listen to his talks and practice upon them? Please provide a satisfactory answer.
There are many questions regarding Dr. Zakir Naik. This question is also one of these. A detailed answer regarding the beliefs, Fiqhi path and his explanations regarding the Qur’aan and Hadith were requested. Therefore, in the light of his lectures and speeches, a detailed answer is provided.
حامدا ومصليا ومسلما ، الجواب وبالله التوفيق والعصمة
Deviated things like moving away from the correct beliefs, interpolation and made up views regarding the Tafseer of the Qur’aan, awe for scientific research, unity with western thought in opposition to Islaam and turning away from the pious predecessors and the path of the majority of the Ummah in Fiqhi rulings are to be found in the lectures of Dr. Zakir Naik. Also, he is involved in an effort to turn the Muslim Ummah away from following the Mujtahid Imams, making the people renounce the religious institutions and trying to make the people have bad thoughts about the scholars. A few examples of such deviation are presented below:
A few points of Dr. Zakir regarding belief (belief is something very delicate. A slight slip in it could sometimes be a danger for Imaan).
“It is permissible to call unto Allaah with the words Vishnu and Barhma.”
Dr. Zakir says in one programme, “It is permissible to call unto Allaah using the names of the Hindu deities like ‘Vishnu’, meaning Rabb and ‘Barhma’ meaning Creator. This is on condition that a person does not have the belief regarding Vishnu that he has four hands and mounts birds.” [Islaam and Universal Brotherhood p.33 by Dr. Zakir Naik]
It is not permissible to call unto Allaah with these non Arabic words. It is not permissible to call on Him using such names that are not specific for Him. How can it be permissible to call on Allaah with names like Vishnu and Barhma when these are the outstanding signs of the Hindus?
“What is the word of Allaah? It is necessary to take the path of science and technology in order to test it.”
Dr. Zakir said during a programme, “Every man understands that his honourable book can only be the speech of Allaah. If you want to know which book is definitely the speech of Allaah, then the final test is to take the path of modern science and technology. If it is in accordance to modern science, then understand that this is definitely the speech of Allaah I.” [الجواب على ثلاثين جوابا على أن ذاكر الهندي وأصحاب فكره منحرفون ضلالا للشيخ يحى الحجورى]
From this we come to know of Dr. Zakir’s deviated boldness, turning away from the book of Allaah, his astray thought pattern and also his awe for modern science that has reached dangerous boundaries. This is to the degree that he has made scientific research that changes every moment the standard by which to judge the divine books, especially the Noble Qur’aan. The greatest proof of it being the speech of Allaah is its I’jaaz (making helpless). Through it, Allaah I has laid down a challenge in various places (of the Qur’aan).
“Every person has the right to give Fatwa.”
Dr. Zakir states in one place, “It is permissible for any person to give Fatwa because the meaning of Fatwa is to give ones opinion.” [Ibid]
In this statement, Dr. Zakir has referred to such an important task of giving fatwa with such light words like ‘giving an opinion’. According to Allamah Ibn al Qayyim, a Mufti is a translator of Allaah in the explanation of divine law and he is responsible for signing in His place.
لم تصلح مرتبة التبليغ بالرواية والفتيا إلا لمن اتصف بالعلم والصدق…وإذا كان منصب التوقيع عن الملوك بالمحل الذي لا ينكر فضله ولا يجهل قدره…فكيف بمنصب التوقيع عن رب الأرض والسماوات ، فحقيق بمن أقيم في هذا المنصب أن بعد له عدته ويتأهب له أهبته وأن يعلم فدر المقام الذي أقيم فيه . إعلام الموقعين ٩١/١
This is not only regarding himself, but he has permitted it for every person. He has totally cast aside the following verse of the Qur’aan and Hadith of Rasulullaah r,
فاسألوا اهل الذكر إن كنتم لا تعلمون
If you do not know, then ask those of knowledge
من أفتى بغير علم كان إثمه على من أفتاه . أخرجه أبو داؤد في سننه ٣٥٩ رقم ٣٦٥٩٣، باب تفسير القرآن عن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم
He who gives fatwa without authentic knowledge, the sin will be upon the one who gave the fatwa.
His own explanations in the Tafseer of the Qur’aan, i.e. interpolating the meaning
Tafseer of the Qur’aan is very delicate. The Mufassir stipulates the purport of Allaah I, that Allaah has taken this meaning. Therefore, it is very dangerous for an incompetent person to step into this field. It is mentioned in a Hadith,
من قال في القرآن برأيه فأصاب فقد أخطأ. (أخرجه الترمذى رقم ٢٧٧٦)
If a person renders Tafseer from his own intelligence, then even if he reaches the correct meaning, he will still be taken to be someone that has done wrong.
Another narration states,
من قال في القرآن برأيه فليتبوأ مقعده من النار . أخرجه الترمذى ١٩٩/٥ رقم ٢٩٥١
It is for this reason that there are many conditions for a commentator (Mufassir). For example, he should be well aware of all the verses of the Qur’aan, he should have great knowledge of the Ahadith, he should have good knowledge of Arabic and its laws; syntax, morphology and eloquence and clarity etc. As far as Dr. Zakir is concerned, none of the conditions are found in him to the necessary degree, he does not know the laws of Arabic as it ought to be known, he does not have deep knowledge regarding the Ahadith nor does he have great knowledge of eloquence and clarity. (All this will be clarified by means of examples further on). On the other hand, all the causes for falling into deviation are found to a complete degree in Dr. Zakir, e.g. turning away from the Tafseer narrated from Rasulullaah r, the Sahabah y and the Taabi’een, being awed by the thoughts of the era and misunderstanding the subject matter of the Qur’aan etc. Therefore, he has made many verses the practice ground for opposition on the basis of his ignorance. A few examples are presented below,
Dr. Zakir states regarding the Tafseer of the verse, (الرجال قوامون على النساء), “People say that the word ‘Qawwaam’ refers to being a stage higher. However, in reality, the word ‘Qawwaam’ comes from ‘Iqaamah’. The meaning of ‘Iqaamah’ is to stand up. Therefore, the meaning of ‘Iqaamah’ is being upon a higher level in terms of responsibility, not in virtue.” [Lectures of Zaakir Na’ik p.295, Farid Book Depot]
Dr. Zaakir has in support of the western view of equality of the sexes made his own Tafseer and has thereby negated the level of virtue that man has, whereas the great Mufassireen of the Ummah have explained the meaning to be higher in terms of virtue. Consequently, Ibn Kathir writes under the verse (الرجال قوامون على النساء),
أى الرجل قيم على المرأة أى هو رئيسها وكبيرها والحاكم عليها ، مؤدبها إذا اعوجت
The status of a man before his wife is like that of a ruler and leader. At the time of necessity, the husband also teaches his wife honour and respect in an appropriate manner.
Ibn Kathir writes in the Tafseer of (وللرجال عليهن درجة),
وللرجال عليهن درجة أى في الفضيلة في الخلق والمنزلة وطاعة الأمر والإنفاق والقيام بالمصالح والفضل في الدنيا والآخرة . ٦١٠/١
A husband is a level higher than the wife in terms of virtue, status, obedience etc. Also, the Tafseer of Dr. Zakir indeed goes against the Hadith,
لو كنت آمرا أحدا أن يسجد لأحد ، لأمرت النساء أن يسجدن لأزواجهن. أخرجه أبو داؤد
If it was permissible to make Sajdah to anyone but Allaah, I would have commanded the women to prostrate before their husbands. This is because if they were equal in virtue and the husband had no higher status than the wife, then why did Rasulullaah r want to command the women to prostrate – a sign of the greatest honour – before their husbands?
“Dr. Zakir, a question, “It is stated in the Qur’aan that the sex of the child in the womb of the mother is known only by Allaah, but science has now developed to quite an extent and we can specify this easily though ultra sonography. Is this verse of the Qur’aan not in contradiction with medical science?” He replies, “It is correct that it is mentioned in various translations and commentaries of this verse that only Allaah I knows the sex of the child that is in the womb of the mother. However, study the Arabic verse and you will see that an Arabic word equivalent to the English word ‘sex’ was not used. In reality, whatever the Qur’aan says, it is what is in the womb? The knowledge of this lies only with Allaah I. Many Mufassireen have misunderstood and have taken the meaning to be that only Allaah knows the sex of the child that lies in the womb of the mother. This in incorrect. This verse does not indicate the sex of the foetus, but it indicates to the nature of the child in the womb. Will it be a cause of mercy or punishment for its parents?…[40 Objections on Islaam p.130 of Dr. Zaakir Naik, Areeb Publications, Dehli]
In this answer, Dr. Zaakir has been awed by scientific research and in order to save himself from the apparent objection, he has put the Tafseer narrated by the Sahabah and Taabi’een behind his back and has rejected a known meaning. He has criticised and said that many great Mufassireen are wrong. The meaning explained by Dr. Zaakir is the meaning of ‘Maa’ Mawsool. Many Mufassireen have mentioned this as a possibility under the first meaning. However, it is not correct to reject the second meaning. This is a clear proof that Dr. Zaakir does not ponder deeply and turns away from the statements of the Sahabah and Taabi’een. This is because the meaning that Dr. Zaakir has negated, another verse of Surah Ra’d points to it. The verse is,
الله يعلم ما تحمل كل انثى وما تغيض الأرحام وما تزداد. الرعد ٨
Allaah knows what every female bears and the shortages and excesses in the womb
This meaning is also narrated from the famous Tabi’i and Mufassir, Imam Qataadah þ. He says,
فلا يعلم ما في الأرحام أذكر أم أنثى الخ
Only Allaah has perfect knowledge of whether the foetus is a male or a female
Similarly, Ibn Kathir þ has mentioned this in his Tafseer vol.6 p.355, ‘Allamah Nasafi þ has written in Tafseer Madaarik vol.3 p.116 and Imam Shaukaani has written in Fath ul Qadeer vol.5 p.498. However, Dr. Zaakir has classified the meaning mentioned by these great Mufassirreen as wrong. He takes his meaning to be indisputable and is adamant upon it.
The correct answer:
The objective of the verse is to prove knowledge of the unseen for Allaah and ‘Ilm Ghayb in reality refers to that definite knowledge that is attained directly without any apparent cause and without any tools. The knowledge attained through tools and instruments by doctors is not definite knowledge, nor is it attained without instruments. It is Zanni (unclear) and is attained through instruments. Therefore, the Zanni knowledge attained through ultra sonography does not raise an objection on the Qur’aanic verse.
Dr. Zaakir states regarding the verse,
يا ايها النبى إذا جائك المؤمنت يبايعنك على ان لا يشركن بالله شيئا. الممتحنة ١٢
“Here, the word ‘Bay’ah’ is used. The word ‘Bay’ah’ will include the purport of election in our times. This is because Rasulullaah r was the Rasul of Allaah and the head of the government. The meaning of ‘Bay’ah’ was to accept him as the leader of the government. Islaam gave women the right to vote in that time.” [The rights of women in Islaam p.50, Dr. Zaakir Naik]
Here also, Dr. Zaakir makes an incorrect assertion. He wants to prove the right of women to vote by stating that the women taking ‘Bay’ah’ to Rasulullaah r is the ancient form of voting in today’s democratic system of election. This is the case when the people who know the reality of democracy (majority wins), they can understand clearly that this explanation of Dr. Zaakir is totally against what happens and it is wasting his intelligence in the Tafseer of the Qur’aan. This is because in accordance to the modern day democratic system, every person has the choice to choose the president. If someone does not gain the majority vote, then he cannot become the president. If taking Bay’ah was in reality getting votes, then did the Sahaabiyaat have the choice to reject the leadership of Rasulullaah r?
In the famous objection, based upon misunderstanding, raised upon the verse of Surah Maryam (يا أخت هارون ما كان أبوك امرأ سوء وما كانت أمك بغيا . مريم ٢٨) that Hadhrat Maryam radhiyallaahu anha was not the sister of Hadhrat Haaroon u, and there was a difference of a thousand years between them, Dr. Zaakir says, “The Christian missionaries say that Rasulullaah r did not know the difference between the mother of Hadhrat ‘Isa u, Maryam, and the sister of Haaroon, Maryam, whereas the meaning of the Arabic word ‘Ukht’ is children also. That is why the people said to Maryam that O children of Haaroon. In reality, it refers to the children of Hadhrat Haaroon u.” [40 Objections on Islaam, Dr. Zaakir Naik]
This is based on the ignorance of Dr. Zaakir regarding Ahadith and lexicography. In refutation of this research, the Hadith of Muslim is sufficient. It is stated in Sahih Muslim,
عن المغيرة بن شعبة قال : لما قدمت نجران سألونى ، فقالوا : إنكم تقرأون يا أخت هارون وموسى قبل عيسى بكذا وكذا ، فلما قدمت على رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم سألته عمن ذلك فقال : إنهم كان يسمون بأنبيائهم والصالحين قبلهم . مسلم ١٧١/٦ دار الجيل بيروت رقم ٥٧٢١
Rasulullaah r clarified this verse 1400 years ago. The summary of it is that Hadhrat Maryam – the mother of Hadhrat ‘Isa u was not the sister of Hadhrat Haaroon u, brother of Hadhrat Moosa u, but the brother of the mother of Hadhrat ‘Isa u was also named Haaroon and these people used to keep their names after their Ambiyaa and pious luminaries. From this we learn that this is not a new objection, nor is there a need to fabricate an answer to it.
How ignorant is Dr. Zaakir of Ahaadith that instead of trying to reach the reality of the Ahadith and Tafseer, he fabricates interpretations.
Dr. Zaakir states regarding the verse (والأرض بعد ذلك دحها), “The Arabic word used here for egg is “Dahaaha”. This refers to an ostrich egg. The egg of an ostrich has a similar shape with that of the earth. Therefore, the Qur’aan clarifies with total correctness the shape of the earth. When the Qur’aan was revealed, the thought was that the earth is flat.” [Lectures of Dr. Zaakir Naik, Qur’aan and Modern Science p.73, 74]
Here, Dr. Zaakir has been overawed by scientific viewpoints. He also makes up his own explanation for the verse by making wrong deductions in researching the shape of the earth. This is on account of not understanding the subject matter of the Qur’aan (detailing Tauheed and Risaalat and everything else about the nature of things comes in between). Therefore, the word “Dahawa” in Arabic refers to spreading out and expanse. In accordance to this, the translation and Tafseer of “Dahaaha” is the spreading out of the earth and the creation of all the things in it. [see Tafseer Ibn Kathir] this word and its root does not give the meaning of egg.
Ignorance of the Ahadith
Due to his ignorance of the treasure of Ahadith, Dr. Zaakir mentioned many rulings that are against authentic Ahadith. Also, in how many places where there are a number of Ahadith, he says that there is no proof for it. Hereunder, examples of the ignorance of Dr. Zaakir or his wilful turning a blind eye to the Ahadith are presented,
Permissibility for women reciting the Qur’aan while in Haydh
On one programme, Dr. Zaakir says regarding a woman while she is in Haydh, “There is permission for Salaat in the Qur’aan and Hadith but it is not mentioned in any Hadith that she cannot recite the Qur’aan.”
This is despite the fact that there is a clear Hadith in Tirmizi, (لا تقرأ الحائض ولا الجنب شيئا من القرآن) “A woman in Janaabat and Haydh cannot recite the Qur’aan.”
Think that in the presence of clear authentic Ahadith, Dr. Zaakir has made claims and has rejected them.
The Ahnaaf do not have proof to show that flowing blood breaks Wudhoo’
While discussing in a lecture whether Wudhoo’ breaks or not by blood, Dr. Zaakir says, “Some ‘Ulema’, especially the Hanafi Fiqh think that Wudhoo’ breaks by blood flowing. If blood flows while in Salaat, what should a person do? The answer to this question is a detailed Fatwa (of the Ahnaaf). Regarding this, there is no proof in support of this view point.” [The reality of Zaakir Naik p.214, Maktabah Madinah Deoband]
At this point, Dr. Zaakir has levelled an accusation against the ‘Ulema’ regarding Hanafi Fiqh that they say that Wudhoo’ breaks by blood flowing, whereas there are many Ahadith narrated in this regard. In addition, the practice of the Sahabah y also remained upon this. Study the following narrations,
أخرج البخاري عن عائشة رضي الله عنها قالت : جائت فاطمة بنت أبي حبيش إلى النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم فقالت : يا رسول الله! إني امرأة أستحاض فلا أطهر ، أفأدع الصلاة؟ قال : لا ، إنما ذلك عرق وليست بالحيضة ، فإذا أقبلت الحيضة فدعى الصلاة وإذا أدبرت فاغسلي عنك الدم قال هشام : قال أبي ثم توضئي لكل صلاة حتى يجيئ ذلك الوقت.
إذا رعف أحدكم في صلاتة فلينصرف فليغسل عنه الدم ثم ليعد وضوءه ويستقبل صلاته أخرجه الدار قطني.
If someone has a nosebleed while in Salaat, he should wash the blood and repeat his Wudhoo’.
عن زيد بن ثابت رضي الله عنه الوضوء من كل دم سائل . أخرجه ابن عدي في الكامل (نصب الراية للإمام الزيلعي ٣٧⁄١
Wudhoo’ becomes compulsory by flowing blood.
Despite these and other narrations, Dr. Zaakir did not show his ignorance and claimed Ijtihaad saying that there is no proof to show that flowing blood breaks the Wudhoo’.
It is not permissible to differentiate between the Salaat of men and women
In another place, Dr. Zaakir states regarding the difference between the Salaat of men and women, “There is no authentic, established Hadith in which there is a command for women to perform Salaat in a way separate from that of men. Instead of this, there is a narration of Sahih Bukhari, Hadhrat Umm e Dardaa’ narrates that there is a command for women to sit in ‘At Tahiyyaat’ like men.”
Here, Dr. Zaakir has said two completely wrong things.
There is no Hadith showing the difference in Salaat between men and women
Rasulullaah r commanded that women should sit like men
By saying the first statement, Dr. Zaakir has denied all the Ahadith in which there is an explanation of the difference in Salaat between that of men and women. A few narrations are presented below:
أخرج البخاري عن النبي عليه السلام أنه قال يا أيها الناس! ما لكم حين نابكم شيئ في الصلاة ، أخذتم في التصفيق ، إنما التصفيق للنساء. ١٧٤⁄١ رقم ٦٨٤
عن وائل بن حجر قال لي رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم يا وائل بن حجر! إذا صليت فاجعل يديك حذاء أذنيك والمرأة تجعل يديها حذاء ثدييها. المعجم الكبير للطبراني
عن يزيد بن أبي حبيب أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم مر على امرأتين تصليان فقال : إذا سجدتما فضما بعض اللحم إلى الأرض ، فإن المرأة ليست في ذلك كالرجل . أخرجه أبو داؤد مرسلا والبيهقي موصولا
سئل ابن عمر كيف كن النساء يصلين على عهد رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال : كن يتربعن ثم أمرن أن يتحفزن . جامع المسانيد والسنن
These narrations state the differences in the performance of Salaat between men and women. There are other Ahadith besides them. The detailed books on this subject can be studied. Regarding the second thing where in Bukhari, there is a command of Rasulullaah r for women to sit like men, it is an incorrect attribution. The narration of Hadhrat Umm e Dardaa that Dr. Zaakir is giving, the words are as follows,
وكانت ام الدرداء تجلس في صلاتها جلسة الرجل وكانت فقيهة . بخاري ١١٤⁄١
There is no mention of the action or speech of Rasulullaah r in it, but it is the action of a Sahabiyyah. By mentioning it, Imam Bukhari þ has indicated that she was a jurist. She used to do it out of her own Ijtihaad. In addition, Imam Bukhari þ mentioned in Ta’leeqan, without a chain of narration.
Running away from following the Mujtahid Imams and turning away from the path of following the majority in Fiqhi rulings.
In the light of his speeches and lectures, Dr. Zaakir does not seem to be a follower of any Imam, in fact, he is entrapped by permissibility, love of new things, being a Ghayr Muqallid and being without a Mazhab. Not only does Dr. Zaakir not follow a specific Imam, but he teaches the sincere masses to leave Taqlid. He links the rulings he explains to himself whether it be from any Imam or any view or deduction. Sometimes he adopts the nature of a Mujtahid and explains rulings, whereas in the narration of rulings, he should take the name of the Imam who deduced the ruling so that the listeners do not have the misunderstanding that this ruling is proven only from the Qur’aan and Sunnah. Besides this, there are other things practiced by people, whether proven from the Qur’aan and Hadith or from the view of the Mujtahid Imams, which are incorrect. From the following examples, this will be understood clearly.
It is permissible to touch the Qur’aan without Wudhoo’
In one place, Dr. Zaakir says, “There should be permission to touch the Qur’aan without Wudhoo’…”
This statement of Dr. Zaakir is against the verse (لا يمسه إلا المطهرون) and also against the Mujtahideen.
The Khutbah of Jumuah should not be in Arabic, but in the local language
In one place, regarding the Jumu’ah Khutbah, Dr. Zaakir states, “I understand that in our country, importance should be given to delivering the Jumu’ah Khutbah in the local and mother languages…”
This is despite the fact that from the time of Rasulullaah r until today – through the generations -, the Jumu’ah Khutbah was delivered in Arabic. Today, Dr. Zaakir claims that the Khutbah should be delivered in the local language so that people understand, whereas this expediency (the understanding of those who do not speak Arabic) was also present in the time of Rasulullaah r. However, Rasulullaah r always delivered the Khutbah in Arabic. He did not command that the Khutbah be delivered in another language, nor did he command that it be translated later on. Similarly, the Sahabah, Taabi’een, Tab ut Taabi’een and those after them went out of Arabia to foreign lands. They spread Islaam in the East and West but they always gave the Khutbah in Arabic, whereas those people were in need of spreading Deen to a greater level than what the people are in need of today. Some Sahabah and Taabi’een knew foreign languages very well yet they delivered the Khutbah in Arabic. The summary of this is that the practice of the Khulafaa’ e Raashideen and the Taabi’een and their adherence to it, as well as the continuous practice of the entire Ummah is clear proof that it is necessary to deliver the Khutbah in Arabic. This is to such an extent that Imam Maalik þ says that it is necessary for the Khutbah to be in Arabic in order for the Jumu’ah to be correct, even though the entire gathering may be foreigners and no one knows Arabic. If there is no one in the gathering that can speak Arabic, then it becomes compulsory upon them to perform Zuhr Salaat, Jumu’ah falls away.
ولو كان الجماعة عجما لا يعرفون العربية ، فلو كان ليس فيهم من يحسن الإتيان بالخطبة عربية لم يلزمهم جمعة . حاشية الدسوقي على الشرح الكبير ٣٧٨⁄١ نقلا عن المقالات الفقهية
Shah Waliyullaah Muhaddith Dehlawi þ says, “It is necessary for the Khutbah to be delivered in Arabic for it was the continuous practice of all the Muslims, in the East and the West.” [Musaffa Sharh Muwatta p.152, Farooq-Dehli]
One Talaaq should take effect from three Talaaqs
Dr. Zaakir says, “There are many conditions for three Talaaqs. It is impossible for all of them to be found. There are 300 Fatwas present from Saudia. Therefore Talaaq is one, in accordance to modern conditions, it should be one.” [Lectures of Zaakir Naik from the reality of Zaakir Naik p.331]
He says this despite all the Sahabah, Taabi’een, the four Mujtahid Imams, majority of the Ummah and all the reliable ‘Ulema’ of Saudia today state that 3 Talaaqs will take effect when a person issues 3 Talaaqs in one sitting, not one. There is no difference of opinion held by any reliable scholar in this ruling, except Ibn Taymiyyah and his student Ibn al Qayyim. However, in opposition to the entire Ummah (including the great Taabi’een and the 4 Imams – Abu Hanifah þ, Shafi’i þ, Maalik þand Ahmad bin Hanbal þ) the opinion of these two can never be followed. By explaining such a ruling in opposition to such a unanimous ruling he is misleading the Ummah. This ruling of 3 Talaaqs taking effect by uttering 3 is proven from the verse of the Qur’aan, countless Ahadith and the practice of the Sahabah y clearly. Study a few Ahadith,
وقال الليث عن نافع كان ابن عمر إذا سئل عمن طلق ثلاثا قال لو طلقت مرة أو مرتين (لكان لك الرجعة) فإن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم أمرني بهذا (أى بالمراجعة) فإن طلقها ثلاثا حرمت حتى تنكح زوجا غيره . بخاري ٧٩٢⁄٢ و ٨٠٣⁄٢
Hadhrat Naafi’ says that when a Fatwa was asked of Hadhrat Abdullaah bin Umar t regarding a person who gave 3 Talaaqs. He said, “If you gave one or two (then you could have retracted) because Rasulullaah r gave me the command to retract and if you gave 3 Talaaqs, then the woman becomes forbidden until she marries another man.”
عن مجاهد قال كنت عند ابن عباس فجاءه رجل فقال : إنه طلق امرأته ثلاثا ، قال : فسكت حتى طننت أنه رادها إليه ، ثم قال : ينطلق أحدكم فيركب الحموقة ثم يقول يا ابن عباس فإن الله عزوجل قال (ومن يتق الله يجعل له مخرجا) عصيت ربك وبانت منك امرأتك . أخرجه أبو داؤد ٢٩٩⁄١ باب في الطلاق على الهزل ، رقم ١٨٧٨
Mujaahid says that I was by Ibn ‘Abbaas t. A person came and said that he gave his wife 3 Talaaqs. He says that Ibn ‘Abbaas t remained silent. I understood that he will return his wife (he will give the command to retract), but he said, “Some of you do foolish things and sit (give 3 Talaaqs), then scream Ibn ‘Abbaas! Ibn‘Abbaas! Listen, Allaah says, ‘He who fears Allaah, Allaah will make a path out for him.’ You disobeyed your Rabb (by giving 3 Talaaqs), therefore your wife has been separated from you.”
وعن مالك بلغه : أن رجلا قال لعبد الله بن عباس : إني طلقت امرأتي تطليقة ، فما ذا ترى على ؟ فقال ابن عباس : طلقت منك بثلاث ، وسبع وتسعون اتخذت بها آيات الله هزوا . أخرجه الأمام مالك ١٩٩
A narration has reached Imam Maalik þ that a person asked Abdullaah bin ‘Abbaas t that I have given my wife 100 Talaaqs. What do you say regarding it? Ibn ‘Abbaas t replied, “3 of these Talaaqs take effect upon your wife and by 97 you have played with the verses of Allaah.”
عن مالك بلغه : أن رجلا جاء إلى عبد الله ابن مسعود فقال : إني طلقت امرأتي ثمانى تطليقات ، قال ابن مسعود ، فماذا قيل لك؟ قال : قيل لي : إنها قد بانت مني ، فقال ابن مسعود صدقوا . الحديث . الموطا للإمام مالك ١٩٩
A narration reached Imam Maalik þ that a person came to Abdullaah bin Mas’ood t and said, “I gave my wife 8 Talaaqs.” Hadhrat Ibn Mas’ood t asked about what did the people do to you? He replied that my wife has been separated. Hadhrat Ibn Mas’ood t said, “They spoke the truth, i.e. 3 Talaaqs took effect.”
حدثنا على بن محمد بن عبيد الحافظ نا محمد بن شاذان الحوهرى نا معلى بن منصور نا شعيب بن رزيق أن عطاء الخراسانى حدثهم عن الحسن قال نا عبد الله بن عمر أنه طلق امرأته تطليقة وهى حائض ثم أراد أن يتبعها بتطليقتين أخريين عند القرأين فبلغ ذلك رشول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم فقال يا ابن عمر ما هكذا أمرك الله إنك قد أخطأت السنة . والسنة أن تستقبل الطهر فيطلق لكل قرء قال فأمرنى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم فراجعتها ثم قال إذا هى طهرت فطلق عند ذلك أو أمسك فقلت يا رسول الله أرأيت لو أنى طلقتها ثلثا أكان يحل لي أن أراجعها قال لا ، كانت تبين منك وتكون معصية. سنن الدار قطنى ٤٣٨/٢ زاد المعاد ٢٥٧/٢ مصنف ابن أبي شيبة بحواله عينى شرح كنز ١٤١ سنن الدار قطنى ٣١/٤ مطبوعه قاهرة
Hadhrat Hasan explains that Hadhrat Ibn Umar t explained to us that he gave his wife one divorce while she was in haydh. He then intended to give her the remaining two while she was pure. Rasulullaah r was informed of this and said, “O Ibn Umar! Allaah has not commanded you to do like this. You have gone against the path of Sunnah (by giving Talaaq while your wife is in Haydh). The Sunnah way is that you wait for the time of purity and one Talaaq should be given in every clean period. After this, Rasulullaah r gave me the order to retract. Consequently, I did so. He then said that when she becomes pure you have a choice whether to give her Talaaq or to keep her. Hadhrat Ibn Umar t says that I asked Rasulullaah r that O Rasul of Allaah, if I gave three Talaaqs, then would it have been permissible for me to retract ? Rasulullaah r said, “No. in this case, your wife has been separated from you and this action of your’s (giving three Talaaqs at once) is a sin.”
You have seen from the above mentioned Ahadith that three Talaaqs make the ruling of three take effect. There are many narrations that show that three Talaaqs refer to three, not one.
Note: Dr. Zaakir gave reference of 300 Saudi scholars in his lecture. He then presented his own opinion. However, he did not mention which scholars they were when the reliable Mufteen of Saudi Arabia gave Fatwa from their research that three Talaaqs refer to three. The decision was passed as follows,
بعد الاطلاع على البحث المقدم من الأمانة العامة لهيئة كبار العلماء والمعد من قبل لحنة الدائمة للبحوث والإفتاء في موضوع “الطلاق الثلاث بلفظ واحد” وبعد دراسة المسئلة وتداول الرأي واستعراض الأقوال التى قيلت فيها ومناقشة ما على كل قول من إيراد توصل المجلس بأكثريته إلى اختيار القول بوقوع الطلاق الثلاث بلفظ ثلاثا…الخ (مجلة التحوث الإسلامية المجلد الأول ، العدد الثالث سنة ١٣٩٧)
In one programme Dr. Zaakir gave the following counsel, “Muslims should adopt such a way that will allow Eid to be one throughout the world.”
This opinion of Dr. Zaakir goes against the Hadith (صوموا لرؤيته وأفطروا لرؤيته), i.e. fast upon sighting the moon and make Iftaar upon sighting the moon and it goes against sound intellect as well. This is because a single Eid is based upon taking Eid to be a festival or a national celebration or communal occasion. This is a very wrong notion because our Eidayn, Ramadhaan and Muharram are not some festivals, but all of them are worship. Also, every country’s times are different according to their horizon. When we perform Asr in India, it is morning in Washington. When we are performing Zuhr in India, Maghrib has been completed in London. It also happens that in one country it is Friday and in another country it is still Thursday, while in a third country Saturday has started. How can it be envisaged to have Eid on one day throughout the world?
In summary, in the light of these points we learn that Dr. Zaakir Naik has moved away from the Ahl us Sunnah wal Jama’ah in many rulings regarding belief, in the explanation of the Qur’aan and Hadith, he leaves out lexical meanings and the Tafseer narrated from the pious predecessors and takes help from his twisted intellect. He has fallen prey to interpolating the meanings. In addition to this, despite not having deep knowledge of religious sciences and ignorance of the objective of the Shari’ah, he does not follow a specific Imam. In fact, he goes the other way and criticises the Mujtahid Imams. Therefore, his talks are not worthy of consideration. It is very harmful to watch his programmes, listen to his speeches and to practice upon them without research. It is definitely not the work of any person to do research. Therefore, the general Muslims should stay away from his programmes. Also, every Muslim should remember that the matter of Deen is something felt. Man hears talks of Deen and practices only to find salvation in the Aakhirat. They should not practice just upon new research, quick answers-vast amounts of references and by apparently seeing his acceptance amongst people. In fact, it is necessary upon man to think that what standing this person has in religious sciences. From which teachers did he acquire knowledge? In what environment did he grow up? How are his ways, dressing and countenance. Does he mix with the other ‘Ulema’ and pious luminaries? Also, what do the scholars and Mashayikh of his time say about him? Similarly, it should also be seen whether those who take effect from him and those around him, how much awareness they have of Deen and reliable people that serve Deen are how many? If he has a number of reliable people around him, then it is necessary to know from them how he is. Why are they close to him? It should not be that they show themselves close to him because of misunderstanding, ignorance or because of some expediency. The crux of this is that if after research, a person gets contentment, then only his talks will be accepted to be reliable and worthy of practicing upon, otherwise there is safety for a person’s faith by staying away from him.
The famous Taabi’i, Muhammad Bin Seereen þ says, (إن هذا العلم دين فانظروا عمن تأخذون دينكم) i.e. in order to listen and learn Deen, it is necessary to ponder deeply as from which people is knowledge being taken and being learnt. May Allaah I bless every person with the ability to tread the straight path. Ameen.
Zayn ul Islaam Qaasimi Ilaah Aabaadi
Deputy Mufti, Dar ul Ifta, Dar ul Uloom Deoband
The Answer is correct
Habib ur Rahman
Mahmud Hasan Bulandshahri
Fakhr ul Islaam
If you haven’t read the new book by the Thinking Moms’ Revolution (TMR), buy it now. As in today.
I got my long-awaited copy last week. I couldn’t put it down. I cried as I relived so many memories of my grandson Jake’s regression into autism after the rabies vaccine almost seven years ago. Wow. Seven years. I can’t believe it’s been that long. It felt like it was happening all over again while I was reading the stories of other families who went through the same pain. The same heartache. The same panic. The same sense of hopelessness. The same … everything.
Like thousands of other stories about vaccine-injured children who have autism and a myriad of other disorders, many of the kids in TMR’s new book had a lot in common. They were developing normally. Then, everything changed—usually after a vaccine. Their lives came to a screeching halt as they became sick and lost skills they once had. They suffered with painful, sometimes debilitating GI problems and sensory issues. They couldn’t communicate their basic needs. They couldn’t sleep. They couldn’t understand what was happening to them. Why they had to go through so many medical tests and treatments. Why their families were falling apart.
The parents also shared much in common. They suffered too, right along with their kids. They cried for them. For all the things most kids took for granted that their kids couldn’t do. For the complete loss of an even remotely normal life. Like watching their children have play dates. Going to a restaurant—or anywhere—without a meltdown. Or dropping their kids off at school and not being in agony all day wondering if they were going to have a seizure or wander off or be thrown out of school because nobody could deal with their behavior. They watched their spouses and other children suffer as they gave everything they had, including their time, energy, and money, to the sick child. They also suffered guilt. They wished they had not succumbed to their doctors’ pressure to get the vaccines. They wished they had not ignored the nagging doubts, that little voice that told them the vaccines couldn’t be safe.
But they didn’t stay there for long. They did everything possible to bring their kids back. To recover them. They tried therapy after therapy. They found support among other families going through the same thing. They pulled themselves up out of the blackest despair a family could go through and looked forward to the future. To healing their children. To tell others what vaccines did to them. To talk and write about their experiences so they could save other families from their pain. And they never gave up. Because giving up was not an option.
Every time their kids went through a regression, a piece of them died. Every time they took a step forward, no matter how small, they celebrated. They learned to focus on the positive and not dwell on the negative. They found comfort and strength and empowerment through others who were living their lives. They united in the strongest cause in the world. Saving their children.
They started a revolution. No amount of money or power that the pharmaceutical companies or doctors or government agencies or anyone else profiting from vaccines think they have can begin to compete with their cause. Ever.
They are not going away. They are not going to stop until the truth about vaccines comes out and is no longer up for debate. They will never quit.
Think About It — What Happened to These Children?
Think about it. There’s that word again. Think.
It’s simple. They were injured by the toxins in the vaccines.
Every single drug that is currently on the market or has ever been on the market can have side effects. How can this not also be true for vaccines? You can’t tell me that what is safe for one kid is safe for all kids. Everyone can’t take the same medicines. There are allergies, sensitivities, already-compromised immune systems to consider. How is it possible for vaccines, which are injected into our children’s bodies, to not have any serious side effects? Think about what’s in vaccines. Mercury, a known toxin. Along with aborted fetal cells (which means DNA), cow and monkey cells, yeast, sorbitol, gelatin, sodium chloride, egg protein, antibiotics like neomycin and gentamicin, etc., etc., etc.
Here are a few problems these children suffered:
- “the most miserable baby, always crying and throwing temper tantrums”
- “ear infections, random skin rashes, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting”
- “withdrew into his own world”
- “lost most of his forty words, stopped making eye contact, stopped playing and laughing, … developed a fascination with spinning objects, lost interest in the world around him”
- “constant fevers, … yeast and bacterial infections”
- “would run endlessly back and forth in a line”
- “her beautiful babble descended into silence and morphed into a low guttural hum”
- “at the doctor’s constantly for colds, coughs, or sores”
- “a fever of 102, sometimes 104”
- “stopped babbling, stopped saying mama and dada, lost all eye contact, and stopped smiling”
- “wouldn’t respond to his name at all”
- “would scream loudly and throw himself on the floor, slamming his head so hard that he bruised it”
- “just spinning the wheels on the toy cars he used to play with”
- “body was covered from head to toe, front to back, in a rash, and he was crying inconsolably”
- “He was slow to talk, very late to walk, ended up losing what little speech he had, and struggled to make cognitive, social, and emotional gains.”
- “morphed from a fat, happy baby to a detached and hyperactive preschooler”
- “He started walking on his toes, flapping his hands, shaking his head from side to side, looking at things out of the corner of his eyes, spinning nonstop … and not talking.”
- “He was sinking into his own world.”
- “She had auditory and visual processing disorders, causing her to cry out in agony over certain noises and lights. She slept badly. She was hyperactive and frequently mouthed and licked things.”
- “bit everyone in sight”
- “He was easily overwhelmed and couldn’t handle chaos well. Transitioning from place to place might or might not bring a complete meltdown.”
- “He wouldn’t do the same preschool ‘work’ that his peers were doing. There was little interaction with other children. He didn’t answer questions appropriately or look you in the eye.”
- “He cried all day long and projectile-vomited every ounce of formula we gave him.”
- “He stopped gaining weight, and he stopped growing at the rate he should have been. … He had very small appetite.”
- “would walk around repeating pages out of the book”
- “He would transition for a few seconds into maniacal laughter, but then, seamlessly and without a breath, he would go back to crying, as if in pain.”
- “I had to sit on him to brush his teeth, to cut his nails, and to get him into his car seat.”
I think these kids sound sick. Very sick.
Think About It — What Made Them Better?
That’s simple too. In many instances, they were detoxed. They were treated medically, and they improved. That’s because autism is a medical disorder. It affects the whole body. When you treat the whole body, amazing things can happen. It can vary from child to child—not only do all kids not react the same way to a vaccine or any other drug, they don’t all react the same way to treatments and therapies. These children are proof of that. And they are proof that vaccines can make some children very sick. Vaccines can give some children autism. Simple.
Their parents tried the following:
- hyperbaric chamber therapy
- gluten free/casein free diet
- speech, physical, and occupational therapy
- vitamins, supplements, enzymes
- chiropractic adjustments
- MB12 shots
- antivirals, antifungals, antibiotics
- vision therapy
And now, here are the same kids I described earlier.
- “… she was feeding her baby dolls and lovingly putting them to bed; she was putting her ‘little people’ down the slide while gleefully exclaiming, ‘Weee!’”
- “My two beautiful, sweet, funny boys love to play together, love their family and friends, and are getting healthier day by day.”
- “Potty training. Handwriting. Math. Learning letter sounds over and over again until a few words started to emerge. Playing catch. Taking shoes off. Putting clothes on. Brushing teeth.”
- “We had a play date at our house recently with four children he’d never met before, all around his age and all playing with his toys.”
- “a great storyteller with a wicked command of idiomatic expressions and is astoundingly good at putting difficult concepts into words”
- “… made huge strides. He discovered his baby sister. He’s insatiably curious about the world he lives in. He asks questions about everyone and everything, as if all this time he’d been locked behind doors.”
- “Now, I am more likely to sit with Nick face to face, trying to teach him how to put the shoes on himself, and we might share a giggle.”
- “Mei loves her new school and teachers and has already made many friends in class. She is enjoying all of her new lessons and is more than capable of keeping up with her schoolwork and her classmates.”
- “My son is on a soccer team with his brother and neurotypical kids. He is in cub scouts.”
- “… we haven’t experienced one tantrum. … He will now hold our hand and allow us to take him from room to room. … Last week, he started pointing to things and verbablizing more.”
- “He is a sweet little boy who loves toys, his siblings, and learning. He is no longer in pain and is no longer constipated. He can sit in restaurants, behaves properly in stores, and is great on an airplane. … Every day Harry is more ‘with it’ and more ‘in it’ than he was the day before.”
- “He is sweet as pie, and when he gets in trouble, he is truly worried about it. He’s constantly creating things … He is great at math and well liked in his class.”
- “My oldest son will be nine this month and is very close to recovery.”
I think these kids are recovering.
But wait. If you have a child who has recovered or is still recovering from autism—because recovery is a process—your doctor will tell you he never had autism to begin with. After all, he couldn’t have had autism. Because nobody recovers from autism. Right? WRONG!!!
Think about it. When your child was diagnosed after a vaccine, the same doctor probably told you the vaccine didn’t cause autism, that it was there all along, and you just didn’t notice it. Nobody did. You, your child’s teachers, your family. Nobody. But now that your child is on the road to recovery, he no longer had it to begin with. Think about it. They can’t have it both ways. They keep trying, and they have convinced a lot of people so far. But that is changing. Their days of basking in their money and power are coming to an end.
Think About It — How Can You Help?
Join the revolution.
Don’t shut up. Tell your story.
Ask questions. Read, read, read. Talk with other parents.
Go with your gut. A mother’s instinct is powerful. Follow it. When a nagging voice tells you something doesn’t sound right, something is wrong, listen to it.
What happened to these and so many other children didn’t have to happen. They should never have endured what they have endured. Don’t let it happen to anyone you know. Just … THINK.
The Thinking Moms’ Revolution: Autism Beyond the Spectrum. Collected by Helen Conroy and Lisa Joyce Goes. Foreword by Robert W. Sears, MD. New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2013.
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WHO Reluctant to Suspend Vaccine After 26 Children Die in the Developing World
Apr 2nd, 2013 | By Christina England
According to reports, at least 26 children have died and many more have been seriously injured after they were given the 5 in 1 vaccine, Quinvaxem.  Newspapers have reported that all of the victims suffered adverse reactions including fevers, vomiting and the appearance of bruises all over their bodies.  Quinvaxem, being offered at no cost to recipients by UNICEF, is a pre-qualified vaccine on trial in developing countries. Currently being given to babies as young as eight weeks of age, this pentavalent vaccine is said to protect infants and young children against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B, and Hib (haemophilus influenzae type b).
According to reports, local authorities have suspended all the controversial batches for testing. However, the Health Ministry said there are no problems with the vaccine’s quality, distribution, preservation or administration. 
Although deaths have been reported from Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bhutan and India, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stood by the safety of Quinvaxem, stating that all their studies of the vaccine, made in South Korea, affirm its safety!
Children Being Used as Guinea Pigs
Once again, here is another example of children dying and many others suffering horrific side effects from a vaccine being tested on vulnerable children in developing countries. Isn’t it about time the WHO stopped pretending that they are in the business of protecting children and admitted to the fact they are instead part of a world depopulation program?
I urge readers to read a paper written by Dr. Rebecca Carley titled Inoculations: The True Weapons of Mass Destructions Causing VIDS (Vaccine-Induced Diseases) (An Epidemic of Genocide) in which she states:
“In fact, the ‘prevention’ of a disease via vaccination is, in reality, an inability to expel organisms due to the suppression of the cell-mediated response. Thus, rather than preventing disease, the disease is actually prevented from ever being resolved.” 
She saw all these atrocities coming before many others and has been desperately trying to warn the public, ever since.
Possible Kawasaki Disease
It is quite possible that many of these children have suffered an autoimmune response after being vaccinated with this vaccine. I back up this opinion with a variety of articles and papers on Kawasaki disease.
Kawasaki disease is an autoimmune disorder that can occur after a vaccination. In fact, scientists who have studied the illness in depth say that evidence strongly suggests that an infectious agent, such as a virus or a vaccine, causes the illness. 
Children suffering from Kawasaki disease suffer symptoms very similar to those suffered by the children vaccinated with Quinvaxem. I have linked this disorder to the children vaccinated with Quinvaxem because the disease can cause children to suffer from the following:
- red, bloodshot eyes caused by conjunctivitis, but with no pus
- a blotchy, red rash mainly on the trunk of your child’s body or on the genitals
- reddened, dry or cracked lips
- a red, inflamed tongue with circular white patches that look like a strawberry, often with a red sore throat
- large swollen lumps (lymph glands) on either side of your child’s neck
- swollen hands and feet which become red and hard, often resulting in peeling skin on the fingertips and toes two to three weeks after the disease has started
- sore throat
- sore abdomen (tummy)
- painful or swollen joints
Many children can go on to die of heart failure or heart attack. Kawasaki disease is said to be the most common cause of acquired heart disease in children in the UK and the USA. 
In a paper written by P.A. Brogan et al. titled “Kawasaki disease: an evidence based approach to diagnosis, treatment, and proposals for future research,” the authors state:
“In 1967 Tomisaku Kawasaki described 50 Japanese children with an illness characterized by fever, rash, conjunctival injection, erythema and swelling of hands and feet, and cervical lymphadenopathy … KD is commonest in Japan where more than 125 000 cases have been reported. The disease is also commoner in Japanese and other Oriental children living abroad. Children aged 6 months to 5 years are most susceptible, with peak incidence in children aged 9–11 months. Seasonal variation in the disease incidence has been reported, with peak occurrence in the winter and spring months. Direct person to person spread is not observed, although in Japan the disease occurs more commonly in siblings of index cases with an estimated peak incidence of 8–9% in siblings under the age of 2 years.”
Interestingly, the authors do mention vaccination as a possible trigger:
“ … Irritability is an important sign, which is virtually universally present, although not included as one of the diagnostic criteria. The exact mechanism of the irritability is unclear, but it may be related to the presence of aseptic meningitis. Another clinical sign not incorporated into the diagnostic criteria, but which is relatively specific to KD, is the development of erythema and induration at sites of BCG immunisations. The mechanism of this clinical sign is cross reactivity of T cells in KD patients between specific epitopes of mycobacterial and human heat shock proteins. With an increasing number of infants receiving the BCG in the UK, it is likely that this sign will become more common, and awareness of it could result in earlier diagnosis and treatment.” (emphasis added)
If you read the above statements carefully, you may recognize that the ages of children at highest risk of contracting the disease are the precise age at which they receive the highest number of vaccines.
Dr. Michael Innis often refers to the disease in suspected child abuse cases, saying that the marks and bruising seen in cases of Kawasaki disease are often mistaken for child abuse. 
Three researchers who wrote a paper titled “Kawasaki disease in an infant following immunization,” published by the National Institute of Health, stated in their abstract:
“We here describe a 35 day-old infant who developed Kawasaki disease 1 day after receiving his second dose of hepatitis B vaccine. Although extremely rare, this possible side effect should be noted and further investigated.” 
This paper was written in 2003, so, why isn’t the link between vaccination and KD being thoroughly investigated?
Another paper titled “Kawasaki disease after vaccination: reports to the vaccine adverse event reporting system 1990-2007,” stated:
“Through October 14, 2007, 107 KD reports were received by VAERS: 26 were categorized as classic cases, 19 atypical, 52 possible, and 10 were noncases. Of the 97 cases, 91% were children.” 
Although the authors concluded that their review did not suggest an elevated KD risk for RotaTeq or other vaccines, they suggested the continued post-marketing monitoring for KD was ongoing.
All of these papers suggest that continuous multiple vaccinations may possibly heighten the risk of young children developing this disease. I have only offered a selection of many papers for readers to study.
One of the most memorable reminders that KD can and does occur after vaccinations was written by Lisa Blakemore-Brown in a response to the Finnish study about the safety of MMR vaccine on the British Medical Journal in 2001. She wrote:
“If a group of people collapse after eating, say, lemon sole,in a particular restaurant, it would be ludicrous for those responsible to wave a hand over the problem saying that millions of people eat Lemon Sole every day and there are no problems. Health and safety officials will get straight to the point of the issue and look at the fish in the restaurant, look at the individuals, test findings in the lab.
As hundreds of parents have found their children to react to vaccine, in some cases leading to the ‘new variant autism’ of loss of communication skills, motor impairments and bowel problems, is it not these cases the government should be looking at for answers?
The incidence of this particular tapestry of autism is indisputable. This is not related to increased recognition of autism, The TYPE is unusual and baffling to education and health professionals. In one of my cases of very obvious and indisputable reaction to pertussis vaccine the child in question has been found to have Kawasaki disease, her own immune system attacking itself. She presents as Asperger. There is no autism in the family, but the baby had allergies prior to the vaccine. It is scientific examination of cases like this which will enable us to ultimately put measures in place to reassure the public.
Blanket refusal to look at the real issues and prevention of individuals exercising choice seems a dangerous policy, especially just before an election.” 
I have chosen to include her excellent contribution because it really does have some very strong and firm advice for organizations such as UNICEF who offer vaccinations to vulnerable children like sweets.
Like Dr Carley, many have attempted to discredit Ms Blakemore-Brown’s work. You have to wonder why, don’t you? Both of them are talented, gifted professionals, sharing similar concerns across opposite sides of the world, along with hundreds of others professionals saying exactly the same statements, many of whom in recent years have become targets of vicious hate campaigns, before having their careers sabatoged.
It has become second nature for the likes of WHO and UNICEF to offer free trial and banned vaccinations to the poor and vulnerable populations in the developing world. These are God’s children, too, and they are very precious. They are not lab rats or guinea pigs to be tested at leisure. They are like any other children; they have brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles and grandparents who love them dearly.
Their innocent parents believe the propaganda being fed to them by the likes of UNICEF. They believe that these vaccines are safe and will protect their precious babies. Instead, their children are dying the most horrific deaths after being given pre-qualified vaccines.
Lisa Blakemore-Brown was right when she said, “Blanket refusal to look at the real issues and prevention of individuals exercising choice seems a dangerous policy.” Isn’t it about time to look at the real issues surrounding vaccination and stop testing innocent and vulnerable communities with pre-qualified vaccines which are unfit for any purpose?
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Apr 15th, 2013 | By Christina England
It is interesting, just who is linked to whom, when it comes to vaccinations. Very often, what we as individuals perceive as one thing is something else entirely. This is because we are not in possession of the full facts, which make the larger picture. However, when we delve deeper, what we uncover can often be far more sinister than even we expected.
As we are aware, the governments and pharmaceutical companies are always searching for new ways to push vaccinations onto unsuspecting parents. The earlier they can target a child’s parents, the better they like it. One of the vaccination initiatives being used by twenty-seven states across the US is to send every new parent a “congratulations on the birth of your baby” card.
According to reports, governors from twenty-seven states across the US have teamed up with Hallmark Greeting Cards to send every new parent a card following the birth of their baby. The card includes a personal message from the governor of their state, a detachable growth chart and an up-to-date immunization schedule. This vaccination initiative attempts to make parents fully aware which vaccinations their newborn baby should receive.
The Healthy Home Economist, reporting on the story, stated, “Having the cards actually come from state governors themselves is the new twist which gives the program’s ‘friendly’ pressure to vaccinate a more personal and authoritative touch.” 
With Love, From Your State Government
Although Mike Adams from Natural News had covered this story back in 2011, as well as many other sites, I have decided to revisit this issue in greater detail. I have uncovered some interesting facts that must be exposed.
Obviously, the state governors do not send these touching sentiments to parents out of the goodness of their hearts, so, what is the real reason behind these cards? It appears that their real agenda is to meet their vaccination targets. The Capital Times explains:
“When it began, the immunization rates for children up to age 2 in Missouri and Kansas were roughly 45 percent and 52 percent, respectively. Immunization rates for the youngest citizens in those states now hover around 76 percent, according to the program’s website.” 
Beth Kaplan, a spokesperson with the state of Wisconsin’s Division of Public Health, whose state vaccination compliance rates have reached as high as 84 percent since the implementation of this program, believes that this initiative is just one way to create awareness about the importance of vaccinations for children. She says, “the program is one of many things we do to encourage the vaccination of children.”
Your Tax Dollars At Work … For Big Pharma
I am sure that one question on many people’s lips is, “Who exactly is paying for these cards?”
Sadly, you are.
According to reports, the taxpayers are footing the bill for the implementation of Hallmark’s For America’s Babiesproject and it does not come cheap. Although Hallmark Greeting Cards is supplying the cards and paying for the printing costs, an initiative which they proudly boast on their website, the state of Florida alone has budgeted $10,000 for the distribution of these cards, which has been hailed as an excellent program. 
The cards are very attractive, in pastel colors, with added bunnies and flowers for effect. I am sure that most new parents would be very moved by this gesture. The Mid America Immunization Coalition has been so impressed by Hallmark’s wonderful work that in 2010 they awarded Hallmark the Sending the Very Best Message Award. In presenting the award, coalition director Deb Bumgardner said, “Hallmark is definitely one of the behind-the-scenes, unsung heroes in the fight to raise immunization rates in the United States.” 
Heroes is Not A Term I Would Use
Behind-the-scenes are definitely the real key words, and that’s where we are going to take a look in order to tell you the whole story of these “unsung heroes.”
In 2006, Hallmark Cards joined forces with UNICEF to form a partnership. Today Hallmark Cards is the exclusive creator, manufacturer and distributor for all UNICEF greeting cards and gifts sold in the United States, giving UNICEF more than $10 million in royalty payments from the sale of their cards and gifts. The U.S. Fund for UNICEF receives 15 percent of every net wholesale shipment of UNICEF Hallmark products.
According to Hallmark Cards, UNICEF works in more than 150 countries to keep children alive and safe. The organization focuses on providing children with clean water, food, medicine, vaccines, and education. 
Remember, UNICEF is also responsible for testing vaccines on children in the developing world. This year I found them linked to forty children paralyzed in a small village in Africa after they received the test vaccine MenAfrivac.  UNICEF also was involved in the testing of the pentavalent vaccine Quinvaxem, which caused the deaths of 26 children across the developing world. 
In 2012, Hallmark, in partnership with UNICEF, won the Fastest Growing Family Business Award, sponsored by Barclays, at the Family Business Awards. 
According to the Family Business Awards website, Hallmark made a record year turnover amounting to a massive £4.4million, an increase of 83% since 2009. Hallmark also commissioned Nottingham’s Together Agency to design the UNICEF UK New Range catalog, which echoes Leo Burnett’s UNICEF international theme and promoted the charity’s new line of products in 2012. 
Look Who Else is Holding Hands with Hallmark
As well as their links to UNICEF, Hallmark Cards has interesting links to other organizations which need to be exposed. The chairman of Hallmark Cards is Donald J. Hall, and the current president and CEO of Hallmark Cards is David E. Hall. Both men are trustees to a company called MRIGlobal. [10, page 14]
MRIGlobal “offers world-class expertise and experience in bioanalytical model development, testing, and validation—a complete array of services for the development and licensing of new vaccines.” They also supply “government and industrial clients with high-purity, reference grade chemicals.”
Their website states:
“MRIGlobal’s work in the development and testing of human and veterinary vaccine candidates encompasses safety, toxicity, potency, efficacy, and vaccine formulation stability.” 
This indicates that this company is in the business of testing vaccines on both humans and animals.
Interestingly, MRIGlobal also has been linked to PATH and the FDA.
One of MRIGlobal’s recent projects was in partnership with PATH.  The project involved providing support to biotechnology companies that are developing influenza vaccines that can be “accessible and affordable for low-resource countries.” Despite MRIGlobal’s noteworthy claim that their work “encompasses safety, toxicity, potency, efficacy, and vaccine formulation stability,” children who have received vaccines from their partner organizations, like PATH and UNICEF, are still suffering many adverse reactions from these vaccinations.
PATH, an organization which claims “to help communities worldwide break longstanding cycles of poor health,” was involved recently with the testing of tens of thousands of tribal girls in India, leaving them without appropriate follow-up care, as well as the vaccination trials in Chad, Africa, in which many children were paralyzed following vaccination. 
Selling Out to Survive
MRIGlobal is also involved in licensing medication and vaccinations for the FDA and the CDC, claiming to maintain “all necessary licenses and certifications to conduct safe, defensible studies on a host of diverse materials, from pharmaceuticals to chemical agents.” MRIGlobal operates laboratories for the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Defense. The company has been granted numerous licenses by the US government as well as internationally. 
This leaves me asking two questions:
Why would Hallmark Cards form a partnership with UNICEF, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and many state governments? 
Why would the chairman and the CEO and president of a greeting card company also be trustees of a company which tests and licenses vaccines?
The only answer I can come up with is money, and lots of it.
The leaders of Hallmark, one of the largest privately owned companies in the US, may have found a unique way to survive in a troubling economic times, using their skills and knowledge to tap into the lucrative vaccine business, as their greeting card endeavors have suffered stagnant sales and declining profits for years. 
What appeared at first glance to be an act of charity on behalf of Hallmark Cards now appears to be something far more sinister. Hallmark Cards is doing more than making a tax-deductible donation to the government. In addition to recommending that parents keep up to date with their children’s vaccine schedules (because the corporate leaders will profit from increased vaccination rates), they are also heavily linked to the testing of vaccines on innocent animals and humans.
Once highly regarded as an organization of love and caring, Hallmark Cards now has tarnished its trademark crown with what can only be described as deep connections to several of the largest pharmaceutical organizations known to man. So, are Hallmark’s intentions as charitable as they would like us to believe? It is clear that Hallmark Cards is affiliated with MRIGlobal, the US government and Canadian government, UNICEF, PATH, FDA and the CDC. The common denominator linking all of these groups together is vaccination.
Far from being the kindly souls they first appear to be and making sure that children stay strong and healthy, I believe that the leaders of Hallmark Greeting Cards are laughing all the way to the bank. Are you going to let them trick you into vaccinating your child, without doing any research, just because they sent you a card?
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Americans who received swine flu vaccines are at risk for paralysis disorders
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The federal government has once again been exposed for lying about the safety of the infamous swine flu vaccine, also known as H1N1. According to a new study published in the journal The Lancet, people who received the swine flu vaccine during the 2009-2010 pandemic hoax were at an elevated risk of developing a potentially-deadly paralysis disorder known as Guillain-Barre syndrome, or GBS.
Based on data collected from six different adverse event reporting systems, including the core vaccine safety datalink and several new surveillance systems created by Medicare and the U.S. Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs, researchers found that among the 23 million people who were vaccinated during the scare, an additional 1.6 cases of GBS were observed per one million people vaccinated.
According to statistics presented by TIME.com, one in 100,000 people is said to develop GBS, which is a relatively small amount overall. But the widespread issuance of the H1N1 vaccine was responsible for triggering an additional 77 reported cases of the autoimmune disorder, some of which manifested up to 91 days after individuals received the vaccine.
The findings contrast sharply with false reassurances made back in 2009 by many so-called medical experts. Dr. Paul A. Offit, the infamous “vaccine expert” who outspokenly believes children can safely receive 10,000 vaccinations at once without issue, is quoted in a 2009 article in The New York Times (NYT) as doubting any link between the swine flu vaccine and GBS.
But the numbers speak for themselves, and they more than likely represent just a small fraction of the total number of vaccine injuries caused by the swine flu vaccine. After all, adverse event reporting systems are believed to represent as few as one percent of the total number of vaccineinjuries that actually occur, the vast majority of which never get reported.
Nearly every single flu shot study used to justify phony approval of H1N1 vaccine flawed, says doctor
As many readers will recall, the H1N1 vaccine was never properly safety tested in the first place. Health authorities claimed that existing studies onflu shots were enough to validate the safety and effectiveness of the swine flu shot, even though it contains a unique blend of viral components and adjuvants that differs from the annual flu shot.
But as explained by Dr. Thomas Jefferson, coordinator for the Cochrane Vaccine Field in Rome, Italy, most of the existing flu studies are flawed. According to information presented by truth-seeker Gary Null, a mere five percent of vaccine studies are reliable, and the other 95 percent do not hold water.
“This should not come as a great surprise; even CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) officials were forced to confess that ‘influenza vaccines are still among the least effective immunizing agents available, and this seems to be particularly true for elderly recipients,’” explains Null in an article on the subject published earlier this year.
That was confirmed recently by the CDC itself, which admitted that annual flu shots provide little or no protection for people over 65 years of age, which is the primary target group for the vaccine. And a CDC study released several years ago made plain the fact that fewer than two percent of people in general derive any real protection from flu shots, while many more suffer serious and potentially life-threatening side effects.
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