A leading Islamic scholar is calling on Muslims to ignore disinformation campaigns aimed at discouraging them from taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri says a series of conspiracy theories circulating on social media is leading to vaccine hesitancy in Muslim populations, which goes against the tenets of Islam. "Saving lives is an act of worship," he told Sky News in an exclusive interview.
Speaking at the fourth session of ‘Al-Nasiha – Strengthening the Family Unit’ organized by Minhaj Sisters UK, Dr Ghazala Hassan Qadri spoke on how to create mercy and compassion in a marital relationship. She said that it is important to remember that our spouses are our life partners, and within this journey of life, the couples are a team. She highlighted that it is crucial that you become a source of comfort for one another and in times of need you are there to support each other and provide one another with strength.
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