Asiya rejects Deoband advice
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Srinagar, Apr 13: Rejecting the advice by the scholars of Islamic seminary Deoband asking the Muslims of India to avoid polygamy, Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Syeda Asiya Andrabi has claimed that such orders go against Islam.
“It is hard to provide equal justice to two wives in Indian custom,” the Deoband had said, pointing out that although marrying a second time is allowed in Islam, it is not encouraged.
In a statement today, Asiya said Islam is the only religion in which nothing can be deleted or changed. “Islam is a complete way of life and anything in it can neither be expunged nor subjected to any change. This is why it makes Islam different from other worldly religions. Such type of fatwas will open the gate for change and abrogation in Islam,” she said, adding that “national interest or any legislation in the world can’t subject the Islamic laws or doctrines to any change or modification. Any fatwa which goes against very spirit of Quran-u-Sonnah is not acceptable to Muslims.”
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