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Discussion in 'Hadith' started by FaqirHaider, Dec 15, 2020.
so is respected mufti sahib's opinion is ijmaa'?
1:14:32 and onwards, Mufti Sahib mentions regarding disease and contagion.
no need for bad language
the genius who wrote the below needs to be asked whether an ijmaa exists on this issue and has been communicated by any of the imams.
in one line he raves about knowing first page of usul shashi that "there are four principle sources of evidence: qur'an, sunnah, ijma and qiyas. and one only turns to the following source..."
and in the very next line says: "when the evidence is found in the Sunnah upon non contagion then it is meaningless to say there is no consensus upon the matter."
which implies that there is a consensus upon the matter.
so when it is found in the sunnah, why is consensus mentioned? apparently, one does not turn to the 'following source' when it is found in previous. innit?
well, the most knowledgeable scholar who wrote such pearls of wisdom above needs to be informed that none of the scholars who vehemently argued for the position that "disease is not contagious absolutely" declared that there is a consensus upon the matter. if they did, please do cite those statements.
wa billahi't tawfiq.
We get to read some real bullshit written by supposedly educated people, reality however is that they don't even know the very first page of usool al shashi.
The bullshit written is that there is no consensus upon the matter of contagion or non contagion.
If they had known the very first page of usool al shashi then they would have understood that there are four principle sources of evidence, Qur'an, Sunnah, ijma and qiyas and one only turns to the following source of evidence in the absence of evidence in the previous source of evidence.
When the evidence is found in the Sunnah upon non contagion then it is meaningless to say there is no consensus upon the matter.