New Delhi: A Bangladeshi Muslim cleric Maulana Ahmadullah, who has an enormous following on YouTube and Fb, has issued a fatwa in opposition to individuals utilizing Fb’s ‘HAHA’ emoji. The maulana has termed it ‘completely haram’ for Muslims.
In response to the cleric, individuals use Fb’s ‘HAHA’ emoji to mock others. He mentioned if an individual is utilizing the emoji purely out of enjoyable foundation, then it’s superb, however whether it is getting used to mock different individuals on the platform then it’s completely not accepted in Islam. The maulana known as it flawed to take action and thereby, issued a fatwa, which has now develop into a subject of dialogue among the many individuals.
It’s to be famous that Maulana Ahmadullah is a brand new era Maulana in Bangladesh, who stays energetic on the Web. He has greater than 3 million followers on Fb and YouTube and is extraordinarily widespread. He seems often on tv and discusses non secular issues primarily in Muslim-majority Bangladesh. On Saturday, Maulana posted a three-minute video and talked about mocking individuals on Fb by utilizing ‘Haha’ emoji. After this, he issued a fatwa in opposition to the emji and mentioned that doing so is ‘haram’ for Muslims.
The video of the maulana has been watched over 20 lakh instances up to now.
Maulana Ahmadullah mentioned, for the love of Allah, I ask you to cease doing such issues. Don’t use the haha emoji to make enjoyable of individuals. For those who harm a Muslim, he’ll use language that you haven’t even considered.
Whereas hundreds of his followers agreed with what he mentioned and left some optimistic feedback on his, there have been some who expressed their objections to the thought. A whole lot of individuals mocked the fatwa in opposition to the Fb emoji and shared some harsh, unfavourable feedback on the submit.