Lucknow, Jan 4: Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband has asked Muslims to avoid families that earn their livelihood from working in banks or have earned illegitimate money. It said that people must consider ‘pious’ families for considering marriage proposals. Also Read - India vs England 2021: Crowds Won't be Allowed Inside Stadium For First Two Tests in Chennai
The observation was made in response of a query in which a person asked he was getting marriage proposals from families that earned through banking jobs. Also Read - Sushant Day: Kangana Ranaut Launches Attack on Karan Johar, YRF, Mahesh Bhatt, Says 'I Regret Not Being There For You'
“Obviously, the family is raised on ‘haram’ money. Is it preferable to marry in such families?” he had sought to know from the fatwa section of Darul Uloom (Darul Ifta). Also Read - Alcoyano vs Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane's Men Exit Copa del Rey After Shock 2-1 Defeat to Third-Tier Club
“Marrying in such a family is avoidable and not preferable. Those who are nourished with ‘haram’ (illegitimate) wealth usually they are not good in respect to instinct and morals. Hence, it should be avoided. One should find out a match in some pious family,” it responded.
The Islamic law prohibits any investment in businesses that are considered against the principles of Islam.
In Islam, money has no intrinsic value money, therefore, cannot be sold at a profit and is permitted to be used as per Shariat only. Islamic banks work on the principles of an interest-free banking.
Recently, Darul Uloom issued a fatwa saying posting pictures on social media was prohibited in Islam. It also banned posting selfies on WhatsApp and Facebook.