Bangladeshi Cleric issued fatwa against facebook Haha Emoji | Strange Fatwa of Bangladeshi Maulana, said the use of ‘Haha’ emoji of Facebook is haram, given this logic
DhakaSocial media sites like Facebook are interfering in the lives of people all over the world. Its users are also in Bangladesh. But in the meantime, Bangladesh’s Muslim cleric and famous Maulana Ahmadullah has issued a strange fatwa against Facebook’s ‘Haha’ emoji.
video posted on facebook
Maulana Ahmadullah posted a three-minute video and discussed making fun of people on Facebook. Shortly after that, he issued a fatwa. Also told how it is ‘haram’ for Muslims.
Ahmadullah gave this logic
Ahmadullah said, ‘Nowadays we use the Haha emoji of Facebook to make fun of people.’ Maulana Ahmadullah said, ‘If you use Haha emoji only for fun and that is the intention of the person who posted the content, then it is fine. But if the intention of your response is to ridicule or taunt the person who posted or comment on social media, then it is completely haram in Islam. For the sake of Allah I would request you to avoid this work. Don’t use haha emoji to make fun of anyone.
Maulana has a lot of followers on social media
This 3-minute video of Maulana Ahmadullah has been viewed 20 lakh times so far. Maulana Ahmadullah has more than 3 million followers on Facebook and YouTube. Ahmadullah is the new generation Maulana of Bangladesh who is very active on the internet. He often appears on TV and debates on religious topics in Muslim-majority Bangladesh. However, on this video of Maulana, thousands of his followers reacted with Haha emoji and in a way registered their protest.
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