Babban malamin Addinin islama, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi ya ce, Annabi Muhammad(SAW) lokacin yana da rai, an zageshi amma bai kashe wanda ya zageshi ba.
Yace kuma idan ana tunanin kisan da akawa Deborah zai sa wanda ba musulmai ba su daina zagin Annabi Muhammad(SAW) to ana yaudarar kai ne.
Sheik Gumi ya kuma ce duk wanda ya kashe kafurin amana da aka amince a yi zaman lafiya dashi to ba zai ji kanshin Aljannah ba.
Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has said that Prophet Muhammad (SAW), was on several occasions during his lifetime insulted by non-Muslims, yet he refused to attack or even kill persons who assassinated his characters.
Gumi made this known while conducting a religious teaching class in his Kaduna Juma’at mosque.
The Kaduna-based scholar, in a video clip obtained and translated by PRNigeria, said the prophet’s refusal to retaliate when insulted by non-Muslims was because he did not want to be regarded or tagged a killer.
Sheikh Gumi spoke while reacting to the lynching of a female Christian student at Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto, over allegedly blasphemous statements against Prophet Muhammad.
"Hence, anyone who kills a non-Muslim who they have agreed to live peacefully with, will not smell the fragrance of Paradise for 40 years," — Sheikh Gumihttps://t.co/q81ByO4LfL pic.twitter.com/skRwnUAFrx
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He observed that the best way Muslims can show that they love Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is by adhering to his religious teaching, and obeying him, instead of killing people over trivial issues.
According to him, both Nigerian Muslims and Christians have agreed to live harmoniously together, hence no religious law is applied in the country, being a secular state.
“Hence, anyone who kills a non-Muslim who they have agreed to live peacefully with, will not smell the fragrance of Paradise for 40 years,” he said.
Sheikh Gumi, while noting that no one is allowed to take the law into their hands in Islam, called on his fellow Islamic clerics to impart sound religious tenets to their adherents instead of instigating them to perpetrate ‘reprehensible’ acts.
“If we think by killing Deborah, people who are not of the same faith with us will stop insulting our prophet, then we are in delusion,” he concluded.
PRNigeria reports that Sheikh Gumi a medical doctor and a retired military officer is the current Mufti and mufassir at the Kaduna Sultan Bello Central mosque.
He is the eldest son of late Shaykh Abubakar Gumi, the first Grand Khadi of the old Northern Region who was instrumental to the propagation of Islam in Northern Nigeria.