Choose Technique or Vaccination, Which Is Good For Children’s Immunity? Doctor Zaidul Abbar reveals the answer

Suara.com – Long before modern medical science developed, Prophet Muhammad SAW had taught Muslims about tips for maintaining a healthy body and preventing the body from being attacked by a disease or virus. Likewise for newborns. This was conveyed by dr. Zaidul Akbar in dr. Zaidaul Akbar Official.

In the video, there is a question from one of the questioners, who asks questions about choosing vaccination or immunization, the process of which is often in contact with pork material.

Then dr. Zaidul Akbar replied, “What the Prophet did was definitely right, it’s impossible for the Prophet to imitate what was wrong. So actually if I may, this is a long story. The story of the technique is very long. I can’t tell you now, so what I can say is clear, just follow the example of the Prophet Muhammad SAW,” he replied.

He emphasized that what the Prophet Muhammad said was true. And the Prophet would never do anything that harmed the people.

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“Regarding the vaccine earlier, or immunization. I personally leave everything to the ladies and gentlemen. So we are responsible to Allah SWT, not others. There are ways to maintain health, but remember that we are guided by the Al-Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet. The Prophet said, what is halal is clear, what is haram is clear, between the two is subhat,” he explained.

“So, for example, if you have doubts, I don’t want to immunize your child, because there are things that are not halal there, please go ahead. Tafadhol. Because you have rights regarding faith, but if you say it’s okay, it’s an emergency. Do you think it’s an emergency, so that my baby is healthy, tafadhol too, “he added.

dr. Zaidul Akbar also emphasized that, in fact, patterns of maintaining health and preventing oneself from disease or virus attacks have been described in the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad SAW. “All back to us. So this goes back to our belief or faith,” he said.

Contributors: Agung Kurniawan

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