Iftaa on portraying the teacher of Mansoura: penetration of privacy is forbidden according to Sharia

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Friday 07 January 2022

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Dr. Khaled Omran, Secretary of Fatwa at the Egyptian Dar Al Iftaa, said that Egyptians have a unique religiosity and unique morals, and was keen to preserve symptoms, sending a message to young people to use technology ethically, and to preserve values ​​and morals.

The Secretary of the Fatwa at the Egyptian Dar Al Iftaa added, during a telephone interview with the journalist Muhammad Al-Baz, on the “Akher Al-Nahar” program broadcast on the “Al-Nahar” satellite channel, that technological applications are a blessing from God that has been gifted to man, and his thanks to it is by using rational morals, benefiting society, without monitoring and spying. and blackmail.

Dr. Khaled Omran, Secretary of the Fatwa at the Egyptian Ifta House, commented on the filming of the Mansoura teacher, while she was dancing on a trip, and broadcasting the video, saying: “Religion urged us to respect privacy, and we recall that the Messenger played a person when he entered some places thinking that he drank alcohol, and without Asking permission, and that he has his right, so penetration of privacy is forbidden.”

And Dr. Khaled Omran, Secretary of the Fatwa at the Egyptian Ifta House, added: “Photographing and publishing without permission has no right, regardless of mistakes, and no one has the right to base himself on people’s behavior.”

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