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Friday Freaky Fatwa--The Islamic evil eye, child marraige and hadith akbar

A Muslim asks a scholar
Can a man harm his beautiful wife with the “evil eye”?

If a man were to say to his wife that she looks beautiful should he always say mashaa’Allaah, or is this excessive?
And the scholar replies

Praise be to Allah.

Firstly:  well, we all know what firstly means…means they’re going to make something up….
Btw, you look beautiful mashaa Allah = you look beautiful, thank God!

The Hadith of Muslim says; the “evil eye” is real, as the Prophet said: “The evil eye is real and if anything were to overtake the divine decree it would be the evil eye.”
Ok, so what’s the evil eye?


The evil eye usually comes from people who are jealous or envious.
Got it, but what it is it?

Everyone who gives the evil eye is jealous, but not everyone who is jealous gives the evil eye… then he said: It begins when the person likes something, then his evil soul dwells on the matter, and by continually looking at the person who has the thing of which he feels jealous, he directs his venom towards him.
Does the evil soul also have an evil eye?

A person may put the evil eye on himself, or he may put the evil eye on someone else without intending to, because it is a part of his nature.
I’m thinking the scholar has an evil eyeball…or 2.  Still waiting to see what it is.

This is the worst type of human being. Our companions and others said: if someone is known for this, he should be detained by the imaam (leader), who should spend on him and provide for him until he dies. This idea is absolutely correct…
Ah, perhaps this explains all the bad advice!

In the hadeeth of Bukhaari it says, “I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah from every devil and vermin and from every envious eye.”
But they want you seek refuge in Hadith..?


Although it is correct that the evil eye comes from people who feel jealous, it may also come from a person who is not jealous but merely likes something, because of the hadeeth of Ibn al-Sunni in ‘Aml al-Yawm wa’l-Laylah, p. 168; and by al-Haakim, 4/216. Classed as by al-Albaani in al-Kalim al-Tayyib, 243.:
“Whoever among you sees something in himself or in his possessions or in his brother that he likes, let him pray for blessing for it, because the evil eye is real.”
Well, if all those guys say it’s real it’s probably fake.

This hadeeth explains that a person may harm himself or his wealth – and no one feels jealous of himself – but he may harm himself with the evil eye by admiring himself, so it is even more possible that he may harm his wife in the same way.
What??  Sounds more like a stupid eye not an evil eye.

Ibn al-Qayyim said:

And a man may put the evil eye on himself.
But only if he wants the imam to support him till he dies.


a man may harm his wife with the evil eye by looking at her and noticing her beauty and admiring her, even if he does not actually say to her “You are beautiful.” It is mustahabb for him to say, “O Allah, bless her.”
Because Allah loves it when humans give orders.

It was reported from (here we go again) Abu Umaamah ibn Sahl ibn Hunayf that his father told him that the Messenger of Allah went out and they travelled with him towards Makkah until they reached Shi’b al-Khazzaar in al-Juhfah.

Sahl ibn Hunayf washed himself, and he was a white man with a handsome body and skin. ‘Aamir ibn Rabee’ah, the brother of Bani ‘Udayy ibn Ka’b, looked at him when he was washing, and said, “I have never seen anything like this, not even the skin of a virgin in seclusion!” (this was a metaphor for the intense whiteness of his skin). Then Sahl suffered a seizure (an epileptic fit, in which he fell to the ground).

He was brought to the Messenger and it was said, “O Messenger of Allah, do you know what has happened to Sahl?  By Allah, he cannot raise his head and he will not wake up.”
He said, “Do you accuse anyone with regard to him?”
They said, “‘Aamir ibn Rabee’ah looked at him.” So the Messenger called ‘Aamir and spoke angrily with him, saying, “Would any of you like to kill his brother? If you see something that you like, why do you not pray for blessing for it?”
Then he said to him (‘Aamir), “Do ghusl for him.” So he washed his face, hands, elbows, the soles of his feet and inside his izaar (lower garment) from a vessel, then that water was poured over him – a man poured it over his head and back from behind, tilting the vessel. This was done to him, then Sahl went on with the people and there was nothing wrong with him.
I know.  What a dumb-assed story!  If a guy Aamir ibn Rabee’ah looks at your white ass—run!

Fifthly:  seriously?  Fifthly??

18:39. “It was better for you to say, when you entered your garden: ‘That which Allaah wills will come to pass! There is no power but with Allah!’
And Hadith!  Don’t forget Hadith!

But this is not evidence, because the subject of the verse has nothing to do with envy; in fact, Allah destroyed his garden because of his kufr and transgression.
Then why post it?  Hmm…I feel a Hadith coming on…

The Hadith in question was reported from Anas ibn Maalik, saying that the Messenger said, “Whoever sees something that he likes, and says, ‘Ma sha Allaah laa quwwata illa Billaah’, the evil eye will not affect him.” But this Hadith is very weak!
Ha!  A verse from the Quran that doesn’t apply, a Hadith that is weak/fake and still no explanation of the evil eyeballs….well, there’s 3 minutes that I won’t get back.

And Allah knows best.
I guess if that was really true then Allah would have explained the evil eyeball in the Quran…unless of course, it was all made up.

If you read this sentence then I have just given you the evil eyeball!

A Muslim asks a scholar

I would like to know whether there is a set age for marriage in Islam for men and women?
I hope you can explain with reference to the Qur’aan and not weak hadeeths.
And the scholar replies

Praise be to Allah.


Islam does not give a specific age for marriage, either for the husband or for the wife. Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of the meaning):

65:4 “And for such of your women as despair of menstruation, if ye doubt, their period (of waiting) shall be three months, along with those who have it not”
2 surprises.  1st.  This time when they used the word ‘Firstly’ they actually followed that word with a quote from the Quran which is highly unusual.
2nd. The verse they used was about divorce not marriage.  Fail

Al-Sa‘di said: “along with those who have it [menses] not” means minors, those who have not yet started to menstruate. Adult women who have never menstruated at all are like those who “despair of menstruation” (i.e., have passed menopause); their ‘iddah is three months. End quote.
Hmm…those who have it not…that could be talking about those who have not yet ‘despair of menstruation’.

The Prophet married ‘Aa’ishah when she was six years old and the marriage was consummated when she was nine years old. Narrated by al-Bukhaari
But you guys aren’t prophets.  And really, who can trust what Buky wrote?

Ibn Qudaamah said:

With regard to females, the father may give his minor, virgin daughter who has not yet reached the age of nine in marriage, and there is no difference of opinion concerning that, if he gives her in marriage to someone who is compatible. Ibn al-Mundhir said: All of those scholars from whom we acquired knowledge unanimously agreed that it is permissible for a father to give his minor daughter in marriage if he arranges her to someone who is compatible, and it is permissible for him to do that even if she is reluctant. End quote.
Open damn quote.  Do you think you’re all 7th century desert Arabs running around screwing kids?  That you can figure out how to run a computer but not figure out that screwing a kid has been proven to be medically harmful to her?  Google that…frickin idiots.

Secondly: ugh, firstly near made me puke

No one may give a minor daughter in marriage except her father according to the view of Maalik and Ahmad. This was also the view of al-Shaafa‘i, but he regarded the grandfather as being like the father in that regard. Abu Haneefah said – and it was also narrated from Ahmad – that it is permissible for a guardian other than the father to give (the minor girl) in marriage, but the more correct view is the former one.
To civilized people this is considered child sexual abuse and an abuse of human rights.  The question was simple, at what age can a WOMAN marry, he isn’t interested in marrying a girl!  Yet the perverted scholar is pushing 9 years olds on this man?

Thirdly: ah crap..a thirdly

The father should not give a minor daughter in marriage except in a case where he thinks it is in her best interests. Just as he may only dispose of her wealth in that which is in her best interests, the same applies with regard to arranging her marriage. Islam only permits that to the Muslim father who is pious and pays proper attention to the best interests of his children, and who understands very well that he is a shepherd and that he is responsible for his flock.
Listen.  Any grown man who wants to marry a 9 year old is not pious or right in the head.  He needs to be locked up.  Any scholar who advises such should be seen as a criminal.

Ibn Wahb narrated that Maalik said, with regard to a man arranging a marriage for an orphan girl under his care: If he thinks that (the husband) is a man of virtue, righteousness and wisdom, it is permissible for him to do that.
And here’s the question again
I would like to know whether there is a set age for marriage in Islam for men and women?
I hope you can explain with reference to the Qur’aan and not weak hadeeths.
Here’s the correct answer.  Women can marry when they reach the age when they can vote.  If they can’t vote, they can’t marry.  Kids cannot legally enter into a contract.  9 year olds girls are not women.  I have heard the argument that if she bleeds she breeds.  Which is like saying, if a 9 year old boy can get an erection he’s ready to marry.  Not even the perverted scholars would say that’s correct as the 9 year old boy isn’t ready to earn a living and be man of the house.  A 9 year old girl would not make a good wife.  They just want an excuse to have sex with a child and that’s wrong, gross, and only like minded perverts would support this crap.
Has anyone else noticed that they’ve not once said what the age of a man should be for marriage?

Fourthly:  a fourthly…really??  I think they did enough damage with firstly.

A man should not consummate marriage with his young bride until she is physically able to bear intercourse. This varies from one time, place and environment to another.
And who decides this, the pervert child marrying pious husband?  The word pious certainly needs to be re-defined!

What young men and guardians of girls should do is hasten to arrange marriages, so as to guard chastity and protect honour, and so as to attain the great purposes for which Allah ordained marriage.
And it’s an honour to want to marry a child?  Is it any wonder that the words Muslim and Islam are now seen as dirty words?

And Allah knows best.
Allah is sending you all to hell!
and I’ll be waiting…..

A Muslim asks a scholar

Is it appropriate to add the "thank you" to "No, thank you" when offered something haraam? For instance, if someone were to offer me a glass of wine can I say no thank you or should I firmly say no

And the scholar replies

Praise be to scholars

In order to prove how intolerant Muslims are, and to show everyone how little we respect others, we would like to further the disgust of all non Muslims so that they dislike you to the fullest.  And we hope that you continue the tradition of; backward, 7th century acting, imitators of the dead, Hadith following barbaric fools.  Insha scholar we hope that you do this with all the arrogance and hate of the sacred Hadith. 

The sitting committee of bushy faced, dress wearing, fat, Hadith loving fatwa fools said;

If you are offered a glass of wine in kindness you are to respond with arrogant anger and disgust.  Scream out as loud as you can; NO YOU STUPID NICE PERSON!!   I WOULD NEVER WANT KINDNESS FROM YOU--EVER!!  SCHOLAR AND HADITH AKBAR!!

Never thank them as that might cause friendship and friendship could lead to prosperity and you’ve read our fatwas on prosperity and how we do not like it.  A poor, uneducated Muslim is an angry Muslim and that’s how most of the companions were and we should all strive to imitate them.

 And the scholars know best.
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