Undoubtedly, the Muslim Ummah is currently facing a significant moment in its history where we find that the stereotypical portrayal of this nation as akin to humiliation is slowly ebbing away and shifting into one of elevation and dignity.
As a result of this we can see how the deep rooted grudge held in the hearts of the disbelievers has manifested itself in bitter attacks against the Deen of Islam and our beloved Messenger Muhammad (SAW), as has been witnessed from publications such as ‘The Jewel of Medina’ and the ‘satirical’ cartoons which sparked global outrage only two and half years ago.
The frustration of the disbelievers is further amplified knowing full well that they will eventually have to succumb to the uncompromising demands of the Muslim population – perhaps out of genuine fear of the Lions of Tawheed of this Ummah.
Unfortunately, there are some individuals within the Muslim communities in the UK who have taken it upon themselves to dent the Deen of Islam and facilitate the disbelievers in their global crusade against Islam and Muslims.
The Messenger Muhammad (SAW) said, “A person may say a word to make people laugh and he will go with it far from heaven and into the hell-fire.” [Ahmed #8967]
Verily, the so-called Muslim comedians who draw on the Qur’an and Sunnah to make a wage and invoke laughter among the people are bordering on a very thin line between Islam and kufr (disbelief).
How is it that we see so-called Muslims so confident in ridiculing the Deen of Islam with no consideration of its repercussions in this life and the hereafter? Indeed, the mocking of the Deen of Allah (SWT) is one of the most heinous crimes and in some cases tantamount to apostasy.
One only needs to look individuals in the past such as Ka’b bin Ashraf to comprehend the gravity of ridiculing the Deen of Islam or the final Messenger Muhammad (SAW).
Undoubtedly, when one observes the content of certain ‘Muslim’ comedians, he or she will be left shocked, knowing full well that some of the proclamations are more blasphemous than the verbal attacks of the disbelievers themselves in recent years.
Unsurprisingly, we find that those who are closest to the disbelievers and most eager to integrate into the British system such as the ‘Islam Channel’ are also those foremost in peddling this filth into the Muslim communities, as has recently been witnessed in the ‘Global Peace and Unity Event’.
Indeed these people need to fear Allah (SWT) and stop their vile speech which is saturated in kufr, gheeba and nameema and know that if they continue diverting the Muslims from vital obligations such as da’wah and jihaad, and persist in mocking the Deen of Islam that they will incur the wrath of Allah (SWT) which we all (as Muslims) seek refuge from.