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Written Vs Not Written Stuff: Misinterpretation Among Muslim Communities About Vaccinations Part II

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Written by: Papatia Feauxzar, Part II  Bismillah, The Coronavirus has brought forth a much polarized debate in the ummah. For safety concerns and in the intent of the society’s benefit as a whole, getting…

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Written Vs Not Written Stuff: Misinterpretation Among Muslim Communities About Vaccinations

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Written by: Saadia Haq, Part I The advent of Coronavirus pandemic has once again put on spotlight on the issues of health precautions in particularly vaccinations among the populations of Islamic countries. Having said…

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Written Versus Not Written Stuff: COVID-19, Muslims & Islamic Perspectives

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Part II, By Papatia Feauxzar Bismillah, Islamic History tell us of many teachings to take away when facing a plague. The first and widely known hadith from our Prophet (ﷺ) said, “If you hear…

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Written Versus Not Written Stuff: COVID-19, Muslims & Islamic Perspectives

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic is the latest humanitarian crises that has united our world and countries are battling this new threat to human life and our survival. This is a special feature…

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