Did Islam Prohibited Valentine’s Day, A Sister Asked.

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Did Islam Prohibited Valentine’s Day, A Sister Asked.

Celebrating Valentine’s Day is not permissible for a number of reasons. It is an innovated festival for which there is no basis in Islam.

The sister asked the scholar; ‘can we participate in Valentine’s Day?’

The scholar answered; ‘No! Then, the sister said; ‘but can we Islamize Valentine’s Day?’
It is obvious she knows it is wrong, but she’s struggling with the fact.

This is the attitude of some brothers and sisters clamouring for this festival, they tend to compromise on anything for their desires.
Religiously, no Muslim will participate in such after reading,

“Whoever imitates a people is one of them.” If is obvious it has never been endorsed in Islam, and it is not part of Muslim culture.

No doubt, this festival promotes casual pre-marital sex and the consumption of alcohol, both of which are strictly forbidden in our religion. A day, both young and old will be so bold to express immorality, it has always been characterized with romance and sex between unmarried people.
Valentine is a Roman religious festival, not intendqem with Islamic doctrine, it actually incorporated the tradition focusing on romantic love between young teenagers into their faith.

It is haram, no matter how much a person would like to paint it, a decorated monkey is still a monkey.

Most schools will witness Shayton, boys, and girls in dirty dealings, and clubs, and hotels will be busy, it’s more or less a celebration of debauchery and impurity.
Valentine’s Day comes under this heading because it is an idolatrous Christian festival, so it is not permissible for a Muslim who believes in Allah and the Last Day to observe it approve of it, or congratulate people on it.

The event will be portrayed as a sharing of love and gifts, but in the real sense, there is more to it. Let us continue to be conscious of our Deen and actions.

Abu Sheikh

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