Egypt's mufti issues fatwa against buying FB 'likes'

CAIRO: Egypt's best mufti has issued a fatwa, or a religious decree, announcing that buying Facebook "likes" is against the law beneath Islam as a result of it is a form of fraud and deception.

Grand Mufti Shawki Allam incessantly problems all varieties of fatwas, most often in accordance with questions by way of Muslims in search of religious steerage in issues associated with even the most trivial problems.


The questions are requested of the Dar al-Ifa, the Sunni Muslim establishment answerable for religious rulings, mainly based on the Muslim holy e book of Quran and the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad.


The mufti posted on the establishment's Facebook web page earlier this week that it's "religiously prohibited" to pay someone to click on a "like" on a promotion.


Allam says "it's deceptive," citing Muhammad's announcing, "He who deceives is not of us."
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