Imam Tirmidhi (rahimahullah) has recorded this Hadith on the authority of Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah (radiyallahu ‘anhu). The full Hadith is as follows:

“In the end of time there will be men who will deceive through religion [They will be seeking the dunya through Din], deceiving the people by wearing wool [wearing garments that ascetic ones wear], their tongues will be sweeter than sugar but their hearts are the hearts of wolves. Allah Ta’ala says: ‘[Is it due to My Tolerance and Mercy] that you are deceived or are you courageous enough against me? I take an oath by Me, I will send upon these people such a trial that will leave those who are [generally] calm and collected utterly baffled”

(Sunan Tirmidhi, Hadith: 2404)

It is about time that people begin to open their eyes to reality.

SANHA, JUSA, EBRAHIM BHAM, all have one thing in common. Pulling the wool over the public's eyes!

The unfortunate reality is that the Ummah has become extremely naïve and are falling for sweet words.

Nabi Alayhis Salaatu was salaam warned us about this (people with sweet tongues).

It is a reality that is happening all around us every day.

Look at Sanha calling out the recent poster against them which they came out to defend (and rightfully so). But when it comes to a myriad of other questions posed and points made, then they become like chickens!

Perhaps the torture of chickens has made them into such. They cluck away when they find a worm but run when about to be caught.

Jamiat KZN has behaved inconsistently in the matter of interfaith and also being a member of UUCSA. They seem to be trying to play both sides of the fence unfortunately.

If one has to apply one's mind to the slightest degree, one would realize that Jamiat KZN attempts to have their bread buttered on both sides. They wish to appease the senior Ulama of Durban and KZN, while still being bed fellows with The UUCSA liberal Cartel.

Our question is a simple logical question:

If an organization runs bayan tours after bayan tours on Shiasm, yet invites and promotes a Shia speaker what would we say? Would we say they are sincerely against Shiasm or would we raise a hue and cry for bringing a Shia on the mimbar?

The same principle applies here. They can run a million bayan programs on interfaith but they promoted someone who attends temples and promotes interfaith?

Last we checked our major Darul Ulooms state that attending these places of worship is not permissible. Does Jamiat KZN hold a different view?

Is it fine to speak against interfaith in theory but accommodate those that do such in practice?

These are questions that sensible individuals should ponder over.

And our duty is to deliver (ONLY) a clear message (of Truth)

(Qalamul Haq)
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