Barelvi clerics passes fatwa on using products with cow urine


BAREILLY: Dargah Aala Hazrat has passed a fatwa against usage of products in which cow urine is mixed. The fatwa came after a resident of Bareilly posed a question asking if it is ok to use products of a company known for mixing cow urine in their offerings. The fatwa said that products of any company having cow urine should not be used as per Shariat.
On a question posed by Bareilly-based resident Bakhtiyar Khan, regarding usage of products having urine, the clerics at Dargah Aala Hazrat’s Markazi Darul Ista (the centre where fatwas are issued) passed a fatwa. The fatwa said that any product having cow urine as an ingredient should not be consumed or applied on the body.

 The fatwa has been given by Mufti Muzaffar Hussain, head of shrine’s Markazi Darul Ista and his associate, Mufti Kaushal Ali Razvi.
Maulana Shahbudeen Razvi, media coordinator at Dargah Aala Hazrat said, “As per Shariat, it is forbidden for Muslims to use any product in which cow urine is mixed. Cow urine is considered unholy in Shariat. The question was put up in connection with one company which is known for selling products having cow urine as one of the ingredients. However, fatwa stated that any company or object made up of cow urine is forbidden according to Shariat. People should not eat, drink or apply them.”
Terming it against Islam, he added, “As per Shariat, people should not even consume medicines that have cow urine in the composition.”
Source : Times of India ,19.05.2016


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