Verdict about a Masjid:Once a
is erected, italways remains a
and the ‘property’ of Allah
untilthe Last Day.
It cannot return to being the property of any person or community even thosewho may have paid for establishing it. Neither above it nor below it on any floor can be used foranything but as a
Hence, all rulings that apply to a
will now apply to the exactsame area directly below it on each of the lower floors (including the basement); and likewiseon all floors above it because
it is a
to the peaks of the heavens and likewise to therecesses of the earth below.
For the sake of Allah()
STOP trusting the
Judiciary and the
Parliament and mend ways to ‘please’ Allah()alone.
Technically speaking even the so-called ‘supreme court’ stands inefficient against legislations approved on the floor of the House.It needs no mention that time and again the Congress party with its hidden agenda has shownits true colors. Be it the inaction over the planting of the idol in 1949 or the shilanyaas, theground-breaking ceremony of 1989 and finally the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992.
Forall practical reasons the Masjid site has since been transformed into a Mandir, thanks to theSupreme Court order to maintain Status-quo.
The Allahabad High court’s
verdict of ‘Aasthaover Facts’ is exemplary of the bias judiciaryalthoughRam is purely a mythicalfigure.
TheSupreme Court, the high courts, the lower courts and all the Commissions have utterly failedto play an impartial role regardingMuslimissues.
Narendra Modi who
over the 2002massacres of muslimsin Gujarat is given aclean chitwhereas thevictims still run from pillar to
postfor justice. Even the 92 Mumbai culprits roam freely and enjoy government security. Allthe anti-Muslim pre-planned riots, arson, rapes, losses of lives and properties are still awaiting justice. The list is endless!
Have you seen those (hyprocrites) who claim that they believe in that which has been sent down to you, and that which was sent down before you, and they wish to go for judgement (in their disputes) to the Tâghût (false judges) while they have been ordered to reject them. But Shaitân (Satan) wishes to lead them far astray.