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| Fatwa issued by Shaykh Sulayman Ar Ruhayli حفظه الله, professor at Islamic University of al-Madina

| Fatwa issued by Shaykh Sulayman Ar Ruhayli حفظه الله, professor at Islamic University of al-Madina

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*| Fatwa issued by Shaykh Sulayman Ar Ruhayli حفظه الله, professor at Islamic University of al-Madinah and lecturer at Masjid al-Nabawi | Get yourself and your loved ones vaccinated | #CallToTawheed |*

Praise be to Allah.

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked:

What is the ruling on giving treatment before sickness occurs, such as vaccinations?
He replied:

There is nothing wrong with giving treatment if there is the fear that the disease may occur because of the presence of an epidemic or other factors which may cause disease.

There is nothing wrong with giving medicine to ward off the feared disease, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, according to the saheeh hadeeth, “Whoever eats seven dates of Madeenah in the morning will not be harmed by witchcraft or poison.” This is a kind of warding off a problem before it happens.

So if there is the fear of sickness and a person is vaccinated against an infection that is present in the land or elsewhere, there is nothing wrong with that, because it is a kind of protection. But it is not permissible to wear or hang up amulets etc against sickness, the jinn or the evil eye, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade that, and explained that this is a kind of minor shirk [associating others in worship with Allaah], so it must be avoided.
Fataawa al-Shaykh Ibn Baaz, 6/21

 

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ALIWISEMIND ke

Sep 23, 2021 13:32

More relevant question could have been the use of haraam drugs for treatment...but, this, even if he provides evidence that vaccines are haraam, surely, is Islam there to complicate anything? Obvious, prevention is better than cure and I could have found not the reason behind its illegalisation except...! Islam doesn't illegalize or permit anything baselessly. There MUST be a reason behind it. In stead ask yourself or any knowledgeable person, does Islam allow the use of drugs that affect our DNA...unfortunately, our drugs have got side effects...

 

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