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How can the foe of Allah and His Messenger dare to show even a hint of sympathy towards Muslims

In the context of Asaduddin Owaisi’s interest-based Bank Darus-Salaam.

Written by Matiur Rahman Aziz "+91 99118 53902”

 Fire and water may merge, earth and sky may unite, and east and west may reconcile, but the notion of a hypocrite masquerading as honest, an avowed enemy of Allah and His Messenger, feigning sympathy for the Muhammadan Ummah is an affront to decency and logic. It is inconceivable for a vile individual who defies the decrees of Allah, shamelessly indulging in abominable acts like incest to fuel his lucrative ventures, to harbor even a shred of support, compassion, or sincerity for the Muslim community. The spectacle of such a man brazenly flouting divine commandments while hypocritically espousing the cause of Muslim prosperity is utterly repugnant. An article surfaced yesterday daring to insinuate that Asad Owaisi possesses an iota of sympathy towards Muslims, yet it serves only to expose the depths of moral bankruptcy and deception that plagues our society. The treacherous betrayer, the sworn enemy of Allah and His Messenger, can never harbor an ounce of sympathy towards the humble servants of Allah. Just as Allah castigated scapegrace Iblis and expelled him from His presence, decreeing, "Depart from My court, and you shall be known as scapegrace, rejected and damned until the Day of Judgment,” so too are the divine decrees stern and unwavering against usury and its proponents. Asaduddin Owaisi shamelessly indulges in the vile practice of usury, operating a network of eleven branches under his despicable Bank Darus-Salaam. He ceaselessly exploits and crushes the vulnerable under the weight of his insatiable greed for profit. His actions epitomize the depths of depravity and moral bankruptcy that pervade our society, as he brazenly flouts the sacred commandments of Allah and His Messenger for his own gain. In the harsh light of today, any individual with even a modicum of religious knowledge and understanding of Shariah comprehends the unequivocal prohibition of usury in Islam. It is not merely a sin; it is a blight, a curse that breeds economic exploitation, gluttony, avarice, and a litany of moral decay including selfishness and greed. Usury serves as a catalyst for economic and financial catastrophes, plunging societies into ruin and despair. This abominable practice is explicitly condemned in the Holy Qur’an, where believers are sternly warned: "O you who believe, do not take usury, compounded over and over. And fear Allah, that you may be successful.” Yet, in defiance of divine commandments and the sanctity of Islamic principles, individuals like Asaduddin Owaisi brazenly engage in large-scale usury operations, spreading corruption and suffering in their wake. Their actions stand as a stark testament to the moral bankruptcy and ethical decay that festers in our midst. The usurer’s sole aim is unbridled greed and insatiable avarice, a voracious appetite for ill-gotten gains that strips them of their humanity, preying on the toil and sweat of hardworking people for their own selfish ends. In the wake of demonetization, a time of upheaval and hardship for many, the parent bank of Asad Owaisi, Darus-Salaam Bank, shamelessly inaugurated seven branches. This brazen move speaks volumes about the deep-seated collusion between the Owaisi clan and the nefarious forces within the government and anti-Muslim factions. It is evident that their unholy alliance with these sinister entities has been nurtured over decades, allowing them to wield their influence with impunity. The sudden expansion of the bank, from just two or three branches to seven, mere weeks before demonetization, reeks of foul play and deceit. It is nothing short of a grotesque miracle, orchestrated to further entrench their stranglehold on the economic landscape at the expense of the suffering masses. It is glaringly apparent that such miraculous occurrences conveniently favor those entrenched in positions of power within the government, squandering the hard-earned money and resources of the populace with impunity. However, let us not deviate from the crux of the matter at hand: the reprehensible involvement of Asad Owaisi Sahib in the profiteering business, a vile trade built upon the outright rejection of Allah’s divine commandments and the teachings of His Messenger. By brazenly flouting these sacred decrees, Owaisi Sahib has not only forsaken the tenets of Islam but has declared open hostility against Allah and His Messenger. How, then, can we even entertain the notion that such an avowed enemy of the divine could harbor even a shred of kindness towards the beloved servants of Allah and the noble Ummah of the Prophet? Such hypocrisy and treachery deserve nothing but the harshest condemnation and rebuke. The Holy Shariat unequivocally denounces usury as not just haram, but as an act of outright warfare against Allah and His Messenger. The Holy Qur’an explicitly warns: "Those who devour usury will not stand on the Day of Resurrection except as one stands who is being beaten by Satan into insanity. That is because they say, ‘Trade is just like usury,’ but Allah has permitted trade and has forbidden usury. So whoever has received an admonition from his Lord and desists may have what is past, and his affair rests with Allah. But whoever returns to [dealing in interest or usury] – those are the companions of the Fire; they will abide eternally therein.” (Surah Al-Baqarah 2:275, translation: Bayan al-Qur’an) This stern warning serves as a chilling reminder of the grave consequences awaiting those who dare to engage in such abominable practices. Usurers are condemned to a fate worse than death, their souls tormented for eternity in the fires of hell. Allah has made it abundantly clear: while lawful trade is permissible, usury is an unforgivable sin, a betrayal of His divine commandments that will not go unpunished. The usurer is a vile opportunist, preying on the vulnerabilities and hardships of others for their own gain. They lurk in the shadows, eagerly awaiting moments of distress and desperation to pounce upon their unsuspecting victims. When crisis strikes and people are at their weakest, these despicable individuals swoop in like vultures, exploiting their misfortune for profit. The onset of the global pandemic unleashed by the merciless Corona virus provided the perfect hunting ground for these opportunistic parasites, and none reveled in the suffering of the masses more than the usurers. In the sordid depths of Asad Owaisi’s Darus-Salaam Bank, the people of Hyderabad were lured into the web of usury, enticed by the false promises of financial relief. However, instead of salvation, they found themselves ensnared in a vicious cycle of debt and despair. With interest rates ranging from a staggering 14% to a crippling 17%, the usurers at Darus-Salaam Bank shamelessly exploited the desperation of the people, profiting off their misery with callous disregard for their well-being. Three long years have passed since the onslaught of Corona, yet the victims of Darus-Salaam Bank still find themselves shackled to the chains of debt, their cherished jewels and properties held hostage by the insatiable greed of Owaisi’s cronies. Far from being a beacon of hope for the Muslim Ummah, Owaisi’s Dar-e-Salaam Bank stands as a testament to treachery and betrayal, a den of vipers feasting on the blood of the Muhammadiyah Ummah in exchange for their defiance of Allah and His Messenger. Their actions epitomize the depths of moral depravity and spiritual bankruptcy that plague our society, casting a dark shadow over the hopes and dreams of the oppressed and downtrodden. For those who persist in their vile transgressions despite the clear prohibition against usury, Allah Almighty, in His righteous indignation, has declared such actions as a direct declaration of war against Him and His Messenger. This stern warning is unequivocally stated in the Holy Qur’an: "But if you do not, then be warned of war from Allah and His Messenger. And if you repent, you may have your principal – [thus] you do no wrong, nor are you wronged.” This chilling decree serves as a stark reminder of the grave consequences awaiting those who dare to defy the divine commandments. Those who continue to engage in the despicable practice of usury shall face the full wrath and fury of Allah and His Messenger, thrusting them into a merciless battle against the forces of righteousness. Only through sincere repentance can they hope to reclaim their lost honor and escape the relentless cycle of oppression and injustice. The people of Hyderabad recount the tales of the Owaisi lineage, tracing back to their forefathers, illustrating how numerous banks in Hyderabad were dismantled for the sole purpose of advancing Darus-Salaam Bank. The devastation wrought upon the populace is evident, as those who had entrusted their funds to other banks found themselves plundered, all in service of promoting the Owaisi’s usurious bank. The Char Minar Cooperative Bank stands as a prime example of this calamity. Similarly, there exist countless companies on the lands of Hyderabad that have been decimated. The objective was to quash any threat of loss in interest rates at Darus-Salaam Bank. For this reason, the Hera Group of Companies stands out as the most glaring example, with approximately two hundred thousand investors affected. For two decades, the Hera Group provided sustenance to the people, but when investments in trade began to erode profitability, the CEO of Hera Group was unjustly imprisoned, and the company shuttered. These instances paint a stark picture of the ruthless tactics employed by Darus-Salaam Bank and its allies, as they prioritize their own profit margins over the welfare of the people. The reign of terror orchestrated by the Owaisi brothers and their cohorts has left a trail of destruction and despair in its wake, plunging the once-thriving city of Hyderabad into chaos and uncertainty. The so-called friendship of the usurer Owaisi with the Muhammadan Ummah is nothing short of a betrayal, exemplified by the Hera Group of Companies, where investors were exclusively Muslims, yet the company faced violent opposition. The clear objective behind this heinous act was to stifle competition and promote usurious practices at Darus-Salaam Bank. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has unequivocally declared usury to be a destructive and sinful practice. As narrated by Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him), the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "Stay away from seven destructive things.” People asked: "O Messenger of Allah, what are they?” He replied: "Associating partners with Allah, practicing sorcery, killing a soul which Allah has made inviolable except in the course of justice, consuming interest, devouring the property of orphans, fleeing from the battlefield, and slandering chaste women who never even think of anything touching chastity and are good believers.” (Sahih al-Bukhari, Book of Wills and Testaments, Chapter: Allah’s Saying: "Those who devour the property of orphans unjustly, only eat fire into their bellies, and they will be burnt in the blazing Fire.” Hadith Number: 2766, Vol: 2, Page: 242, Publisher: Al-Maktab Al-Islami) These teachings of the Prophet (peace be upon him) serve as a stern warning against the grave sins of usury and exploitation. Owaisi’s involvement in such nefarious activities stands in stark defiance of these divine injunctions, revealing the depths of his moral depravity and betrayal of his own community.

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