Former actor Hamza Ali Abbasi is receiving flak on social media as he penned down his Islamic views in a Facebook post.
A Twitter trend has started on #shameonyouhamzaaliabbasi since his comment on Facebook. He is a follower of Islamic scholar Javed Ahmed Ghamidi. Hamza Ali Abbasi tagged the Ghamidi Center of Islamic learning in his post.
Hamza Ali Abbasi had commented on various subjects in Islam on his Facebook post. Some of his views did not go well with his Facebook followers. Netizens have accused him of twisting and molding religious beliefs. His views on return of Hazrat Isa and Imam Mehdi have particularly attracted attention of the viewers.
In his post, he voiced his opinion on the permissibility of music in Islam, the reactions of Muslims to blasphemy, and the conditions on which Muslims are allowed to fight against non-Muslims. Hamza Ali Abbasi also commented on the controversy regarding the age of Bibi Ayesha at the time of her wedding to Holy Prophet Muhammad.
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I have talked about these matters in detail in my web series Conversing Islam available on YouTube for anyone interested. For more details you can also see 👉🏻 @GhamidiCIL & check out Ghamidi Center of Islamic Learning on YouTube https://t.co/cj62EE8p1X pic.twitter.com/8L9I5O7jqh
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) June 14, 2022
BJP spokesperson had passed derogatory comments against Holy Prophet on the same issue that had triggered humongous condemnation from the Muslim world last week. Clashes between police and protestors have engulfed India currently. As per the reports, several protestors are left injured and some have lost their lives and property following the clashes in India.
Hence, Hamza Ali Abbasi took to his Facebook to share his two cents on the situation unfolding in the aftermath of the controversy.
Who’s educating Hamza Ali Abbasi on Islam I wanna talk 😭😭😭😭😭
— ریشم (@PaKhairaUsay) June 14, 2022
He said in his post admitted that “I know the majority of Muslims will very passionately disagree with the above – a lot will accuse of “Moulding Islam to try to please the modern liberal western world” – but the criteria to judge something as right or wrong has to be a sincere analysis of the reasoning presented rather than abuse, questioning the intentions and citing which side the majority is on.” So far Hamza Ali Abbasi has not responded to the online vitriol.