Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from August, 2020

Wanita Rimas Suami Terlalu Penyayang

Hanya kerana suaminya terlalu menyayanginya dan tidak pernah bertengkar, seorang wanita menuntut perceraian di mahkamah selepas 18 bulan mendirikan rumah tangga. Menurut laporan akhbar, wanita itu berkata dia berasa muak dan tidak boleh menerima apabila suaminya meluahkan perasaan dengan penuh rasa cinta. Wanita itu berasa rimas kerana suaminya tidak pernah memarahinya selain tidak pernah berasa kecewa meskipun beberapa kali melakukan kesilapan.  "Kadang-kadang dia memasak untuk saya dan membantu saya melakukan tugas-tugas rumah tangga. Setiap kali saya melakukan kesalahan, dia selalu memaafkan saya... pelik betul," kata wanita tersebut. Selain itu, wanita berkenaan memberitahu bahawa dia tidak mahu meneruskan kehidupan rumah tangga itu kerana suaminya sentiasa bersetuju dengan semua cadangannya.  Mahkamah Uttar Pradesh, India, bagaimanapun menolak permohonan itu dengan menyifatkan tindakan tersebut sebagai melulu. Pasangan itu diminta menyelesaikan sendir

FaceApp Is Haram, So I Use It On Non-Living Subjects

FaceApp is a photo-editing application developed in Russia and was launched three years ago (2017). Its aging and gender-swapping features became a trend on social media, with thousands sharing photos of themselves appearing geriatric or as the opposite gender. Perhaps this is due to being bored amidst the Coronavirus lockdown.  The FaceApp tempts users to see what they look like in a different style, age and gender Recently, the Federal Territories Mufti office has issued a fatwa (Islamic legal injunction) prohibiting Muslims from using FaceApp. In a statement posted on its website, the Mufti office said altering a photo of one's face using FaceApp and sharing it is prohibited as it is "akin to encouraging the tendency of changing God’s creation even though it is not done through physical means". This explanation seems to be in line with a statement by Sheikh Muhammad Iqbal Nadvi of the Calgary Mosque in Canada, who said, “Changing one’s sex is a kin