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Fatwa issued against Facebook emoji, Maulana said – stop such things for the love of Allah


Maulana has issued a fatwa against Facebook’s “Haha” emoji. Famous Maulana Ahmadullah on social media has issued a fatwa against the emoji “haha” used to make fun of people on Facebook, calling it wrong to do so.

There is a famous Maulana in Bangladesh named Ahmadullah, who also has an official account on Facebook and millions of followers. He appears frequently on TV and discusses religious matters mostly in Muslim-majority Bangladesh. But these days he is in discussion about his strange fatwa. The news of Maulana issuing fatwa in the name of religion is common. But this Maulana, famous on social media, issued a fatwa against the emoji itself. Actually, Maulana has issued a fatwa against Facebook’s “Haha” emoji. Famous Maulana Ahmadullah on social media has issued a fatwa against the emoji “haha” used to make fun of people on Facebook, calling it wrong to do so.

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Maulana posted a three-minute video on social media and talked about mocking people on Facebook through Haha emoji. This video of Maulana has been viewed more than 20 lakh times. He said that you are using this emoji only for fun and the person who posted does not have bad intentions then it is fine. But if your intention is to defame or taunt the person posting on social media then it is completely haram in Islam. Maulana Ahmadullah put the video on social media and said that for the love of Allah I ask you to stop doing such things.

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