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Assalam o Alaikum!

 

To my brother Zakir nike and his team.

 

My name is DANISH AFTAB (MY MURSHAD (SPIRTUAL TEACHER) is "MUFTI MUHAMMAD ISMAIL TOROO"). and im Muslim and also a researcher as Zakir Naik!

 

Everyone know that u(Zakir naik) allow "NECK TIE". but i think that ur or urs research about neck tie is "Incomplete" I think neck tie is still "makrooh" in our shariah. (as our ulma said but u rejected them). it has been proved by medical science that neck tie causes several Eye diseases plz read this (from wikipedia encyclopedia):

 

Latest research:

 

Health issues

 

Necktie opponents cite risks of wearing a necktie as argument for discontinuing it. Their cited risks are entanglement, infection, and vascular constriction. Entanglement when working with machinery or dangerous, possibly violent jobs such as policemen and prison guards, and certain medical fields. [2] The answer is to avoid wearing neckties, or to wear pre-knotted neckties that easily detach from the wearer when grabbed; vascular constriction occurs with over-tight collars. Studies have shown increased intraocular pressure in such cases, which can aggravate the condition of people with weakened retinas.[3] There may be additional risks for people with glaucoma Sensible precautions can mitigate the risk. Paramedics performing life support remove an injured man's necktie as a first step to ensure it does not block his airway. Neckties might also be a health risk for persons other than the wearer. They are believed to be major vectors in disease transmission in hospitals. Notwithstanding such fears, doctors and dentists wear neckties for a professional image. Hospitals take seriously the cross-infection of patients by doctors wearing infected neckties, [4] because neckties are less frequently cleaned than most other clothes. On 17 September 2007, British hospitals published rules banning neckties.[5] Doctors routinely lean across patients and ties frequently come into contact with patients — although this can be countered somewhat by a tie bar. As a result, bow ties have traditionally been popular with doctors. Medical professionals can mitigate this problem by changing into a newly washed tie each day.

 

One possible benefit of wearing a tie might be that a wearer has a built-in item to serve as a tourniquet, should the wearer encounter someone at risk for losing a limb. Wearers also need to be careful when cooking to avoid the tie coming into contact with any flames

 

( link : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neck_tie#Health_issues)

 

Washington post report:

 

<H1 style="MARGIN: auto 0in; LINE-HEIGHT: 14.4pt">U.K. Hospitals Issue Doctors' Dress Code</H1>By RAPHAEL G. SATTER

 

The Associated Press

Monday, September 17, 2007; 11:30 PM

 

LONDON -- British hospitals are banning neckties.........

 

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"Ties are rarely laundered but worn daily," the Department of Health said in a statement. "They perform no beneficial function in patient care and have been shown to be colonized by pathogens."

 

. ..........A 2004 study of doctors' neckties at a New York hospital found nearly half of them carried at least one species of infectious microbe. In 2006, the British Medical Association urged doctors to go without the accessories, calling them "functionless clothing items."

 

( Link : http://www.google.com.pk/search?hl=en&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=banning+necktie,+washington+post&spell=1 )

 

 

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(bis)

(salam)

Jazakallah

first welcome to IM

thanks 4 giving very important information

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