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The Ruling on Showing the Wounds of the Muslims in Palestine and Other Places


The Ruling on Showing the Wounds of the Muslims in Palestine and Other Places

 

In the Name of Allaah, the Most Merciful, the Giver of Mercy

All Praise is due to Allaah

 

Question:

Some presentations are established to show the wounds of the Muslims in Palestine and other places, and they contain pictures of the wounded and those killed, and sometimes they are presented by means of video, and the reason for that is to encourage the Muslims to give charitable donations to their brothers. So is this act permissible?

 

Answer:

This act is not appropriate. It is not permissible to establish pictures for the injured. However, the Muslims should be called to give charity to their brothers, and they should be informed that their brothers are in bad circumstances, and that bad things are happening to them from the doings of the Jews, without them being shown pictures and pictures of the wounded people. This is because this contains the matter of utilizing picture making, and it also contains undertaking a burden that Allaah, the Most High, did not command. It also contains weakening the strength of the Muslims, because when you present before the people pictures of Muslims that have been mutilated, or with their body parts cut off, then this is what frightens the Muslims and makes the Muslims afraid of the deeds of the enemies. And what is obligatory is that the Muslims do not show weakness, and that they do not show the calamities, and they do not show these matters. Rather, they should conceal those matters so that they do not weaken the strength of the Muslims.

 

From the lecture:At-Tawheed, the Key to Happiness in This Life and the Hereafter”, by Ash-Shaikh Saalih Al-Fawzaan, as conveyed in the book ” Al-Ijaabaaat ul-Muhimmah feel-Mashaakil il-Mulimmah

 

Source: http://www.sahab.net/forums/showthread.php?t=343294

Translated by Aqeel Walker

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