Umar Abdullah, Head of Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) says they see Ramadhan and Eid as an occasion for faith, peace, forgiveness, family, joy, cooperation, solidarity and brotherhood.
However within recent times this holy month and its culmination of Eid he says there has become a time of fear and uncertainty.
In a media release issued last evening, Abdullah said ”religious freedoms have been taken away, our independence stripped away by the dictates of some elites. Increasingly targeting world populations, under the guise of COVID-19, instilling fear by fake science and over-exaggerated infections and numbers by deaths.”
Abdullah said “It is clear this is not a virus according to many doctors and health experts who have witnessed patients dying from the symptoms.”
“There have been reported cases of COVID-19 in Madinah. Therefore It is clear according to these words of The Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) that this is not a virus,” says Abdullah.
He says the world is now being warned of a new normal.
“If you don’t have a vaccine, you will not be permitted to travel, in the UK they are looking to create passports that show you are immune to COVID-19, you will need to show you are immunized before you can return to work. People will lose their jobs and companies will force people to depend even more on the State.”
Abdullah said “the spiritual connection is very important, cultivate/reinforce your spiritual world, we will need it more than ever with all that comes forth from here.”
Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) urges all citizens to take care of one another. We must keep an eye on and help the elderly and also those who are suffering from mental illnesses such as depression and bipolar. Support these people in your community, says Umar Abdullah.