Drugs and Alcohol - "A BREAKING POINT"

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Many destructive practices such as the usage of illicit drugs and the addiction to alcohol have prevailed in our Muslim societies, especially amongst our youth. If these practices are left without any action or even attempt to stop or minimize them, then these diseases may reach our homes without realization. Ayahs 90 to 91 of Suratul-Ma’idah means: [O you who believe! Alcoholic drinks, gambling, idols, and al-azlam (i.e., the arrows that were in the Ka^bah by which the non-believers of Makkah used to seek luck or decision) are all amongst the evil acts of Satan. Avoid them all so you may succeed]. Abu Dawud narrated that the Messenger of Allah, forbade everything that intoxicates or causes harm to one’s body and eye.” Illicit drugs clearly fall under the latter section of the Hadith. Hadith: “If an amount of drink that is equivalent to a ‘faraq’ intoxicates, then drinking even a handful of it is prohibited” narrated by Abu Dawud. Note: A faraq is a big container which is equal to 16 ritls (~7 litres) Imam An-Nawawiyy in his book ‘Al-Majmu^’ said: This known weed (Hashish) is forbidden as drinking alcohol is forbidden. The Author of Ad-Durr Al-Mukhtar from the Hanafiyy School relayed that the one who deems weed as permissible is an innovator of misguidance and is irreligious. Hafidh Ibn Hajar relayed from some scholars that consuming weed may lead to 120 types of harm in one’s religious and worldly matters. Our Role: Keep in mind the Hadith of the Messenger, that was narrated by al-Bukhariyy which means: Everyone is responsible for certain people and shall be questioned about this responsibility.

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