prof. maimoona of QTV and her disrespect

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  1. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

    yes, it's a shame they have some wahabis on there.

    does someone know about the guy who does rah e nijat? i think his name is muhammad 'isa.

    what about the one who does ahe e nabawai ke mah o saal?

    what about akhlaq e muhammadi?

    what about muhabbat fatah e 'aalam?

    --- has synopses. i am unsure about all the above.
  2. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    how on earth did they get wahabis and pseudo-wahabis on there to lecture people on their shows in the first place?

    don't they like perform background checks or something? one would think if someone is lecturing people as an aalim, the channel administration would be well aware of where they graduated from and what are their 'aqidah and fiqhi leanings and so on.

    its either a case of money talking, politics, promoting relies, power play and connections of board members, closet wahabis on board, etc. and other such stuff at worst that wahabis or pseudo-wahabis, paraded as 'ulema and lecturers went unnoticed OR gross mismanagement at best.

    if she really is a deobandi/wahabi, the fact that she even got on a Q & A show is a shocker for me... was highly unexpected of QTV
  3. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

  4. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

    i've never liked seeing this woman on QTV. she tries to hide her wahabism but it comes out every now and then. she is the daughter of ghulam murtaza malik, who was a famous wahabi speaker.

    i pray she gets banned so that innocent sunnis can be saved from her evil.
  5. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    tried to attempt a translation below


    00:00 - 00:28

    dekhiye woh to rasoole akram sal Allahu 'alaihi wa aalihi wa sallam ko bhi Allah ta'ala farmatey hain ke wa maa 'alaika illal balaagh.. aap ke zimmey pohnchaaney ke siwa koi zimmedar* nahin

    See, Allah even instructs the Blessed Prophet, sal Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam, wa maa 'alaika illal balagh ... you do not have any responsibility other than to convey

    00:28 - 00:40

    aur isi tarah ek jagah farmaya lasta 'alaihim bi musaytir ke aap ko thaanedaar nahin banaaya gaya

    and similarly [He, Allah] states in another place lasta 'alaihim bi musaytir... [which means] you (ie the Prophet) have NOT been made a constable [over them]

    00:40 - 00:47

    jab ek nabi ko ye keh diya gaya hai

    when a Prophet has been commanded thus

    00:47 - 00:53

    to hum keh saktey hain?

    then can we say it?

    00:54 - 00:56

    hum do bar, dus bar, bees bar kehtey rahengey ke**

    we can say twice or ten times or twenty times that...

    00:56 - 01:07

    Allah ta'ala ko bhi nahin chahiye hai ke tum dandey ya talwar ke zor se kisi ko kalma padhwa do

    Even Allah ta'ala doesn't want that you force someone to read the shahada by the baton or the sword

    01:07 - 01:29

    padhna hai padhey, nahin padhna to Rasool-e-Akram sal Allahu 'alaihi wa aalihi wa sallam se bhi farma diya ke darogha nahin banna hai ... laa ikraaha fid deen ... zabardasti nahin laana hai

    if one wants, they can read [the shahada], if they do not want, [Allah] even told the Blessed Prophet sal Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam that he should not be a constable [over them] ... laa ikraaha fid deen ... [one is] not forced to accept [Islam]


    **the poster chopped off the rest of her comment

    *the word used should be zimmedaarI which means responsibility, rather than zimmedar which means responsible, but that seems to be a slip of the tongue and has no bearing on respect or disrespect people are attributing to her.


    I do not have the most perfect Urdu and not the sweetest of mannerisms.

    At first instance at 00:40 I thought the poster might have just misunderstood her as she wasn't calling the Blessed Prophet, sal Allahu 'alaihi wa 'ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallam, as "thaanedaar" (constable/inspector) but rather was negating it and making a point rhetorically, albeit with sarcasm (an example is a person saying something like, "mate, my dad ain't a junkie" ... its a rhetoric comment making a point and depending on the context could be disrespectful too despite the speakers intention of trying to make a point)

    ... but then she used the word again

    the filth of her heart and her arrogance shows in these two videos on the following days

    The host tried to confront her at her usage of inappropriate words for the blessed Prophet, sal Allahu 'alaihi wa 'ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallam, in a decent enough way (to me at least)...

    ... and she could have shown her true 'aqidah and love of the deen and the Prophet by just saying something like "no disrespect was intended haasha lillaah... I was only making a point ... besides I negated those words for the Blessed Habib al-A'zdham... if there is any hint of disrespect I repent and seek forgiveness from Allah and apologize to the viewers" and it would have been a case closed and would have been a good display of an 'aalima crushing her ego and being humble... instead she stuck to her ego

    Allah and His Messenger know best; 'azza wa jall wa sal Allahu 'alaihi wa 'ala aalihi wa sahbihi wa sallam

    May Allah always keep us steadfast on His deen and always a humble, loyal, sag-e-Madina always and save and protect us from any disrespect to His beloved. Aameen bi jaahi nabiyyil ameen.
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  6. zulfikar

    zulfikar New Member

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